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PAGE EIGHT

THE "iHCII IGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1967

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15
.Day Calendar
Zoology Seminar-Dr. Lawrence Ber-
lowitz, Dept. of Zoology, Buffalo, N.Y.,
"Histones as Gene' Repressors": 1400
Chemistry Bldg., 4 p.m.
Dept. of Classical Studies Lecture-
0. P. Goold, Department of Classics,
harvard University, "An Appreciation
of Petronius":. Aud. A, Angell Hall,
4:10 p.m.
Near Eastern Languages and Litera-
tures Zwerdllng Lecture - Theodor H.,
caster, professor of religion, Barnard
College, Columbia University, "Folk-
lore in the Old Testament": Aud. D,
Angell Hall, 4:15 p.m.,.
Research Club Meeting for Members:"
ORGANIZATION

Prof. Jacob Price, "Tobacco an
pires"; Prof. Albert Siuseman,
Origin of life": Wed., March 15,
ham Amphitheatre, 8 p.m. Elec
1967-68 officers: Wed., March 1
Council Room, 7 p.m.
Syqmposium in Chemical Phy
Stuart A. Rice, University of C
"The Kinetic Theory of Liquids
Physics-Astronomy, 8 p.m.
Dept. of Speech University
Performance - Arthur Miller's
the Fal": Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m.
School of Music Lecture-Louis
ler, "The Arts at thv Court
Renaissance Princess (Marguer
Autriche-Savoie)": Recital Hall,
of Music, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Concert-Un
Varsity and Concert Band, Geo
Cavender, conductor: Hill Au
p.m.
Mid-Week Lenten Service-Pro
Stevens, English Department, w
the meditation: Campus Chapel,
General No tic
Doctoral Examination for Ma
ace Helms, Anthropology,-thesis:
tier Society: Life in a Miskito
n Eastern Nicaragua," Thurs.,
16, Room 210 Angell Hall, at
Chairman, E. R. Wolf.
Doctoral Examination for M
Lotfy El-Sayed, Electrical Engin
thesis: "The Role'* of Modemn
tLion Systems in Rapid Demagne
of Large Synchronous Ma
Thurs., March 16, Room 2072 E
ineering, at 2 p.m. Chairman
Carey.

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)FFICIAL BULLETIN
d Em- Law, Lib. Sci., Psych,, Speech, Soc. and ing, Lib. Arts and Sci. Company car Automotive Rubber Co., Inc.
"The Social Work for Insurance, Home Of- and bus. expenses paid. Avco Manufacturing Co.-Lycoming
Rack- fiee, Mgmt. Trng, and Sales. * * * Division,
tion of WED., MARCH 22- Details and applications at Summer Clark Brothers Co.
5, East Cook County Dept. of Public Aid, Placement Service, 212 SAB, lower level. Hydronautics, Inc.
Chicago, I1.-Male & female. BA/adv. ITE Circuit Breaker Co.
degrees Gen. Lib. Arts, Poll, Sci., Psych,. VIE EE:Ma G interie intent Moore Business Forms.
sics -- Soc., Social Work., VIEWS: Make interview appointments Alden E. Stilson Assoc., Ltd.
hicago, o. ilWr, at Room 128-H, West Engineering Bldg, AdnE tlonAscLd
sa, Wisconsin Bureau of Personnel, Madi- ARCH 2- Underwriters Lab., Inc.
son. Wis.-Male & female. BA/adv, de- Alad ndustries, Inc. Wisconsin Bureau of Personnel (Bu-
;rees Chem., Econ, Gen. Lib~Arts, American Enka Corp. reau of Appointments).
Players un.,ng), SC ,Psyc, fr B ing Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. U.S. Govt.--Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
"After (auditing), Computing, Mgmt. Trng.,,
Personnel, Public Ad., Public Relations
U.S. Air Force, Wash., D.C.-Women
se Cuy- college graduates for officer's positions.
of a Detroit Civil Service Commission, De-
ite d'- troit-Male & female. BA/adv. degrees
School Gen. Lib. Arts, Arch., Econ., Hist.,
Math, Nat. Res. (Forestry), Physics, Poll.
Sci., Psych., Public Health, Chem. (ally
iversity fields). For Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 Coups The 403 Blows)" as part
orge R. Public Admin., Purchasing, Recreation,o
d., 8:30 Statistics. 4:10 p.m.-G. P. Gould of the of a weekend of Francios Truf-
IBM World Trade, Chicago, 111,- classics department 'of Harvard fant i the Architecture Aud.
f. A. K. rei Mnat nas on Mh Phs.,dEcon University will speak on "An Ap- .7:45 p.m. - Frank Koen will
ill give and Chem. for Data Processing, Sales preciation of Petronius" in Aud. A. present a Linguistics Department
10 p.m. Trainees, Syst. Engr. and manufactur- 1prLecture on "Some Possible Im-
ing positions. Applicant must be citizen H. asor,plications of Psychological Per-
of country for which he is applying. professor of religions at Barnardf.o,,R.
s THURS., MARCH 23- College, Columbia University, will formance for Linguistics Rules" in
ry Wal- Kraft Foods, Central Division, Chicago speak on "Folklore in the 'Old heRackham Ampitheate of
"Fron- -BA/adv. degrees Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, ..TeDprmn etmn"i u.D
Villg Poli. Sc., Chem., Biochem. for Mgmt: Testament in Aud. D. p -
March Trng., Personnel, Production and Sales. 8:00 p.m.-The Department of SpeCL-h University Players presents
1 p.m. FRI., MARCH 24- Speech University Players present Arthur Miller's "After the Fall"
No interviews scheduled. Arthur Miller's "After the Fall" in Trueblood Aud.

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individual, provide you with a stimulating growth environ-
ment, and expect you to grow and progress to your fullest
potential in the shortelt period of time? Especially when this
potential includes top level management.
For EE's and ME's with Graduate and Undergraduate De-
grees, we have positions available in Design and Develop-
ment, Project Engineering, Applications Engineering, Test
Equipment Design, Manufacturing and Production Supervi-
sion and Product Engineering.
For MBA's with 'Engineering Undergraduate Degrees, we
have positions in Program Management and as Assistants
to Several of Our Officers.
We're a small company (1500 employees and $25 million in
sales), but we plan on getting much larger.
If you are interested in discussing a future with
us, a rperesentative will be on campus March 21.
See your placement office for details.
If you are unavailable on the advoe date, please write to:
W. L. Frykholn
Professional Placement Manager
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EAST AURORA, N.Y. 14052

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NOTICES

__Doctoral Examination for Eugene Wal-
lace Kelley, Metallurgical Engineering;
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- thesis: "The Plastic Deformation of
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially Magnesium," Thurs., March 16, Room
recognized and registered student orga- 3201 East Engineering, at 2 p.'m. Chair-
nizations only. Forms are available in man, W. F. Hosford.
Room 1011 SAB.

SPECIAL INTERVIEW:
THURS., MARCH 16-
Institute of Defense Analysis, Wash.,
D.C.-Iaterviewing Econ. and Math ma-
jors for Res. Assts., Programming, Cost
Benefit Analysis. Call 764-8433 -or go to
L28-H East Engrg. Bldg. for appoint-
ments.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: ,
212 SAB-S
INTERVIEWS:
MARCH 16-
Camp Batawagama, Iron Country
Youth Samp, Mich. -Coed. 9-11:30 a.m.
Counselors, male or female, program
director, male.
Johnson and Johnson, Health Care
Division, Detroit-10-5. Sales Trainee
Program for Jrs. in Mktg., Merchandis-

in Trueblood Aizd.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
presents the University Varsity
and Concert Band directed by
George R. Cavender in Hill Aud.
THURSDAY ,MARCH 16
4:15 p.m.-Theodor H. Gastor,
professor of religion at Barnard
College, Columbia University, will
speak on "A New Aproach to the
Prophets" in Aud. D.
4:30 p.m. - An International
Center Tea will be held at 603
East Madison.

FRIDAY, MARCH 17
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema
Guild presents "Les Quartes
Cents Coups" The 400 Blows) as
part of a Francios Truffant week-
end in the Architecture Aud.
8:00 p.m.-The Department of
Speech University Players present
Arthur Miller's "After the Fall"
in Trueblood Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
presents the University Arts
Chorale and Womne's Choir, May-

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Chiistian ' Science Organization, Tes-

Placement

timony meeting, Thurs., March 16, 7:30-
8:30 p.m., 3545 SAB. PLACEMFNT INTFRVIEWS: Gradu-
* * * ates and seniors make appointments by
Engineering Council, Meeting, Thurs., 4 p.m of the day preceding the visits
March 16, 7:30. p.m., Room 3529 SAB. by the following companies. All em-
* * * players eypect to see your file before
Baha'i Student Group, Religious dis- the interview Please return forms and
cussion, March 17, 8 p.m., 335 E. Huron, update your files as soon as possible.
No 5 Ei ll 764.7460, General Ifvision Oesk
* * * MON., MARCH 20-
Newman Student Association, Grad- American Express Co.4 Detroit - BA
nate students' mass and supper, Wed, Econ., Educ., Gen. Lib. Arts for Mgmt.
March 15, 5 p.m., Newman Center, 331 trng. and merchandising.
Thompson. Edison Brothers, Inc., Westland, Mich.
* * * -Any degree/any major for Manage-
Joint Judiciary Council, Meeting, ment Trainees.
Wed., March 15, 6:30 p.m., 3540 SAB. TUES., MARCH 21-
* * * American Hospital Supply Corp., Evan-
Scottish Country Folk Dance Club, ston, Ill.-BA Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib.
Dancing, Wed., March 15, 8-10 p.m., Arts, Math. Pharm., ,Phych., Chem. (all
Women's Athletic Bldg. Step instruc- fields). For Mgmt, Trng., Mktg./ Res.,
tion and practice-8-8:30 p.m. only. Personnel, Purchasing, Sales.
* * * Michigan State Dept. of 'Vocational
Viet Nan Club, "A Sketch of the Rehabilitation, Dearborn, Mich.-Male
Cultural and Historical Development of : & female. BA/adv. degrees Educ. (Spec.
Viet Nam" given by Vu trong Khoi, Ed.), Phych., Soc., and Social Work for
president of the Viet Nam Club, Thurs., Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors.
March 16, 8 p.m., International Center Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge,'Mass
(next to Union in front of South Quad). -BA Econ., Engl., Fine Arts. For.
* * * Lang., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Journ.,
Guild House, Wednesday noon lunch- Philo., Pbli. Sci.. Psych., Soc. for secre-
Bon with 19 union leaders from the tarial: shorthand or speedwriting neces-
Communications Workers of America, sary.
March 15, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, 802 Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance
Monroe. Co., Hartford, Conn.-BA Econ., Educ.,
"EXPLORATIONS"
An opportunity for all interested students to share, clar-
ify, and explore with others their problems and perplexi-
ties, ideas and questions, feelings and concerns regard-
ing any aspect of life.
March 16, Thursday, at-7:30 P..M.
GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe St.
Sponsored by: The Office of Religious Affairs
2282 SAB 764-7442

7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema nord Klein directing, in Rackham
Guild presents "Les Quarte Cents Lecture Hall.

An equal opp/otunlfity Cemplo.).

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