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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEP

EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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at Hill Aud., from 5 p.m. to a p.m.
on either Tues., Sept. 27 or Wed.,
Sept. 28. The list follows: James Adair,
Margot Adler, Amelia A. Anderson, Jane
Anderson (Canfield), Marlene Andrews,
Frank M. Andrews, Judith Albion, B.
Amster, Julia Marie Arment, Charles
Aston, Carole-Linda Atkin, Anna Marie
Auston, Ronald E. Auston, Patricia Au-
coin, Rhea Axelrod.
Karen Baird, Roslyn Banish, Jean
Barr, Carolyn Bauling,, Christine Bar-
czak, Ann Barzler, Kevin Moore Beat-
tie, Michael Bednar, Mrs. Patricia H.
Benedict, Mrs.. Joan L. Bentz, Susan
Carol Berdon, -Patricia L. Berger, Jerry
Maurice Beznos, Thayer Bice, Susan Lee
Bicoll, Elaine Blandino, Lynn Blicher,
Merry Carol Blick, Richard Bloom, Car-
ol Bomash, Joellen Bonham, Jeanette
Brashares, Nancy Bray, Anneliese
Brookman, Sue Carolyn Brown, Mar-
garet Browning, Helen Bruton, Mar-
garet F. Burkley, Virginia R, Bush.
Judy Caille, Ellen Calahan, Marsha
Canfeld, Joan Carley, Jennie Mae
Chan, George E. Chaniot, Jr., Sandra
Kay Charlebois, Susan M. Chatfield, El-
more Christenson, Michelle A. Chris-
tides, Marilyn Lois Citron, Nathan
Cohen, Susan Karyl Cohen, Edith K.
Cook, Anne N. Collaro, Mary Margaret
Collins, Beverly Collora, Linda Con-
nerley, Ann Copley, Deborah Cofles, Ann
Putnam' Cromwell, Janice Cucehi, Joe
Czaika, Helen Cywinski,
Alton Joe Dahl, Kathryn J. Dahl,
Ann Woodruff Davidson, Jane E. Dean,
Joanne Louise Deardorff, Patricia De-
Maagd, Judith Ann Dembinsky, Don-
ald L. Derebinski, Helen Nancy Dinge,
Barbara Marcelle Domzalski, Erma H.
Donner, Darlene Douglas, Carol Drink-
ard, Florence Duesing, Richard F.
Dunn, Robert Durgy,
Judith H. Ebner, Jonene Eliasson,
Elizabeth Ellis, Sue Else, Gretchen En-
glebach, Kenneth Paul Erickson, San-
dra Elaine Eriksson,
Karen Faris, Johnnie Mae Fair, Ron-
ald Feldman, Jo Marie Fleming, Cyn-
thia C. Fossum, Gerhard Albert Fuerst.
Barbara Gans, Nancy Gardner, Jean-
ette Z. Garcia, Jacqueline E. Gebben,
Bandy Gilden, Grace A. Gilmore, Gary
G. Glaze, Peter Gottschalk, Mary Irene
Godden, Joen Golomb, Nancy Goldner,

Joan, Gobel, John Bennett Griffin,
Joyce Elaine Gritter, Emery C. Green-
wald, Carolyn J. Grow, Nancy Graw-
meyer, Marian Greenberg, Lawrence
Gross, Ilse Gulz, Ellen Gustafson.
Joan Hammersley, Marcia N. Haley,
Susan Handler, Jean Hartwig, Elke
Hansen, Sally Hanson, Cynthia Hall,
Susan Harris, Deanna K. Hagen, Marion
Hart,,Claire Hammer, Bonnie Heinz, Sue
Henderson, Parker Franklin Hallberg,
M. Ethel Heffernan, Charles W. Hef-
fernan, Barbara Ann Hess, Carolyn Hel-
fenstein, Wilried Richard Hildebrandt,
James Lester Hillman, Bruce J. Hin-
ton, Lewis C. Himmell, Jane A. Hirsch,
Carole Haggar Holdgson, Sandra Jeanne
Hosmer, John Frederic Hornberger,
Ronald J. Hoffman, Lois Louise Hol-
werda, Ruth E. Holland, Linda Jane
Homan, Faith Holtrop, Susanna Hubley,
Alan Dale Hubley, Terry Huizing, Karen
S. Husting, Lee Husting, Hiltrud Ide,
Lee Irish, Carolyn T. Irish, Tomoaki
Izumi, Jean E. Jahnke, Betty M. Jett,
Carol Johnson, Mary C. Johns, Harriet
Johnson, Duane Johnson, Edythe Jo-
sephs, Marjory Elizabeth Jones, Mer-
lyn L. Jucharz,
Jeff Karasick, Helen Eleanor Katch-
mark, Judy Kahle; Lois Ann Karls, Ed-
win Karp, Simon Katzenellenbogen,
Joan Ethel Kagan, Elizabeth Kallion-
dzi, Merlyn Kellogg, Elizabeth Kelly,
Marion L. Kempe, Arthur Frederick
Kinney, Jr., Lonie Kiraldl, Margaret
Klee, Mary Ellen Knott, Howard B.
Kleckner, Ann Marie Klels, Erna Koch-
enworfer, Mary Ellen Koski, Mary Kris-
tek, John L. Kripl, Lora Jane Krapohl,
Henry G. Kunsmann, Ann Frances
Kynast, Frank LaPointe, Joseph Don
Lawrence, Jr., Laura Lazar, Theresa
Labiak, Donald Kenneth Larkin, Carol
Lynn Larson, Judith E. Lauffer, Nor-
man Leaf, Steven L. Leighton, Suzanne
Lewis, Anita Ruth Leichenger, Carol
Leventen, Mary Louise Liebaert, Charles
Lindquist, Sigrid Link, John Lipkin,
Perrie L. Larsen, Ann Linden, Anne
Looschen, Susan Nancy Lubin,
John F. Marshall, Margaret A. Mar-
tin, Marshall Marlowe, Joan Marlowe,
Sheila Magarik, Michael L. Mark, Mari-
anne Maynard, Mary Karen Madden, H.
J. Menard, Shirley A. Meiste, Jean
Merkle, Janice Meyer, Constance Mitch-
ell, David Loren Miles, Wayne Arthur
Millard, Gary Mcllvain, Louanne Me-
Dougal, Sue McGough, Fred McClusky,

Robert A. McDonald, Theodora Moros-
co, Margaret Mueller, Marian Muellner,
Marcia Mundhenk, Ann Mullen,
Jeanne A. Nagel, Richard Nase, Bar-
bara Naiman, Mrs. Barbara L. Nelson,
Victor E. Nelson, Jr., Mary Ellen Nel-
son, John M. Nelson, Patricia Nue,
Brenda E. Noe, Ruth Elaine Nybakken,
Gail Ogders, Ann O'Neal, Steven S.
Palmer, James B. Parkinson, Jacques
J. Palmer, Nina L. Peterson, James M.
Peck, Carolyn Patricia Pearlman, Jan-
ice Elaine Peck, Dianne Pfabe, Nancy
A. Plewes, George J. Platsis, Steven
Poulos, Ronnie Posner, Clifford Pren-
tice, Ida Putansu,
(Continued from Page 4)
You must see your instructor and
sign list in History Office, 3601 Haven
Hall,
Language Exam for M.A. In History:
Fri., Oct. 14, 4:00 p.m. In Room 439,
Mason Hall. Dictionary may be used; to
be furnished by student. Sign list in
History Office, 3601 Haven Hall.
Make-up Exam for Political Science
63 and 67: Mon., Oct. 3, 2-5 p.m. Room
2417, Mason Hall. Prof. Henry L. Bret-
ton.
Premiinary Ph.D. Examination In
Economics: Theory examinations will
be given on Thurs. and Fri., Oct. 27 and
28. The examinations in other sub-
jects will be given beginning on Mon.,
Oct. 31. Each student planning to take
these examinations should leave with
the secretary of the department of
economics not later than October 12
his name, the three fields in which he
wishes to be examined, and his field
of specialization.
The persons whose names appear
have been selected as ushers for the
Choral Union and Extra Series Con-
certs and the Platform Attractions, for
the 1960-61 season, and must pick up
their usher tickets at the Box Office
Jan Rahm, Palu Rattray, Gale Rey-
nolds, Linda Ann Reuther, Martha N.
Rearick, Bonnie Roeber, Susan E. Rock-
ey, Katherine N. Roed, Edward T. Ro-
gowsky,
Karen M. Saathoff, Laurie Sarles,
Janet Irene Sass, Sidney Scull,, Rob-
Organization
Notices
USE of this column for announce-
ments is available to officially recogniz-
ed and registered organizations only.
Organizations planning to be active for
the fall semester should register by
OCTOBER 10, 1960. Forms available,
3011 Student Activities Building.
Am. Rocket Soc., Meeting, Sept. 27,
7:30 p.m., 2084 E. Eng. Speaker: Prof.
F. T. Haddock, Astronomy Dept., "Ra-
dio Astronomy at the University."
Cercle Francais, 1st Meeting, Sept.
28, 7:30 pi.n, 3050 Frieze Bldg.
International Folk Dancers, Meeting;
with Folk Dancing, Sept. 27, 8 p.m.,
SAB.
PAPER-BOUND
BOOKS
50Publishers Represented
PROMPT SERVICE
O Can Special Orders
OVERBECKS
BOOKSTORE

ert Schoen, Caroline J. Schaut, Susan
Schneider, Gretchen Schnabel, John
Charles Schwelter, Vincent Schneider,
Je*an Seinsheimer, Marylou H. Seldon,
James M. Seff, Steven Shaw, Lawrence
L. Shaw, Barbara Alice Shade, Walter
L. Shuster, Jerome Edmund Sikorski,
Barbara Sim, Sherman Silber, Mary
Anne Siderits, Miriam Singer, Ruth
Skentlebury, Florence Smolen, Ann
Geraldine Smith, Sandra J. Smith, Mark
Slobin, Leona Sonne, Estheri Lee Soko-
lov, George A. Sporzynski, Alisande
Staples, Bessie Steele, Kathryn Stubbs,
Carol E. Stiede, Joanne Beth Steiner,
Lucie Elizabeth Stevens, Frances Stern,
Vivian Joy Subarsky,
Henrietta Ten Harmsel, Carol A.
Teti, Douglas John Theideman, A. Lynn
Thompson, Virginia Thompson, Kath-
ryn Gemuenden Timmer, Betty Toyzan,
Marley Trossman, Barbara Tuczak,
Anne Vandermay, Joan E. Vander-
berg, Anne Elizabeth Verhey, Joyce N.
Verhaar, Ieva Vitins, Rosamond Von
Voghtlander, Laurie Volta, Virginia Von
Schon, William P. Vockel,
Janet Walerstein, Krysten Sara Wall,
Helen Jane Walker, Deborah A. Watson,
William West, Faye Elizabeth Westfall,
Ellen Weinberger, Alice Ann Winters,
Roberta Williams, Wesley Wilson, Pa-
tricia Woods, Barbara Wolf, Nancy
Woodruff, Priscilla Woolams, Stanley
Woolams, Roger Wright, John Sheldon
Wyman,
Audrey Vicky Yates, Mildred Yager,
Akira Yakol,
Dianna Zemis, Delores Zemis, Grace
Zetterstrom, Karl Zinn, Richard A.
Zimmer, Gupa Sigi Zobans.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on
the dates indicated. Program arrange-
ments are being made by the Interna-
tional Center: Mrs. Henry Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Min Kee Chang, As-
sistant Director, Teacher Training (sec-
ondary level), Ministry of Education,
Federation of Malaya, Malaya, Sept. 27-
30.
Mr. and Mrs. Boubker Boumahdi,
Chief of U.S. Foreign Ministry, Moroc-
co. Sept. 29-Oct. 1.
Program arrangements for the fol-
lowing visitor are being made by the
Department of Sociology, Prof. Harold
Wilensky.
Professor Joffre Dumzedier, Nationala
Center of Scientific Research, Center
for the Study of ' Sociology, Paris,
France, Sept. 28-Oct. 1.
Events Wednesday
American Chemhal Society Lecture:
Prof. Dr. G.-M. Schwab, Dfrektor,
Physigalisch-Chemisehes Institut der
Universitat, Munchen, Germany, will
speak on "Reactivity of Inorganic Sol-
ids," Wed., Sept. 28, at 8:00 p.m. in
Roome 1300, Chemistry Building.
Greek Tragedy will be discussed by
Prof. Gerald Else on Wed., Sept. 28 at
7:30, Honors Lounge, Undergraduate Li-
brary. Open to the public.
Economics Lecture: Dr. Thomas
Klein, of the Research and Statistics
Department of the International Mone-
tary Fund, will speak on the activities
of the Fund at 3 p.m., Wed., Sept, 28, in
Room 102, Economics Building.
Placement Notices
Engineering Placement Meetings:
"Opportunity Trends and Placement
Services for Engineers," Prof. John G.
Young. Open to a11 engineering stu-
dents, two duplicate meetings, Wed.
and Thurs.. Sept. 28 & 29, 4:00 p.m.,
Room 311, West Engineering Building.
Personnel Requests:
Owens Illinois Glass Co., Toledo --

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Marketing position for well qualified
man; Ph.D. in Economcis.
Ayerst Laboratories, N.Y.-Needs Sales
Representative for Michigan; Flint, Sag-
inaw, Bay City area. Recent college
graduate, male. Pharmaceutical sales
experience not essential.
Monsanto Chemical Co., St. Louis--
Opportunity in Corporate Law for grad-
uate Lawyer with Engineering train-
ing or business experience in construc-
tion or engineering.
Michigan Civil Service Commission-.
September Vacancy Report lists the
various openings throughout Michigan
for Architects, Chemists, Engineers,
Mathematicians, Nurses, Psychologists,
Physicians, & Social Workers, among
others.
Please call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Rm. 4021, Admin. Bldg., Ext.
3371, for further details.
Student Part-Time
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Administration Building, during the
following hours: Monday through Fri-
day, 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Bill
Wenrich, Student Interviewer at Nor-
mandy 3-1511, extension 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd

jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 1020, daily.
MALE
20-Psychological students.
1-Married couple to live in, in ex-
change for room and board.
1-Pianist (Thurs., Friday & Saturday
evenings).
1-Pianist (25 hours per week, after-
noons mostly evenings).
2-Waiters (Start Oct. 5, evenings, 10-
25 hours. per week).
3-Salesmen-graduate students pre-
ferred, commission basis.
4-Meal jobs.
3-Busboys (11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.).
2-Busboys (Start Oct. 5, evenings, 10-
25 hours per week).
2-Bus drivers (prefer experienced).
1-Switchboard operator (11 p.m.-12:30
a.m.).
FEMALE
8-Guides--upperclass biological si-
ence majors $3.00 per hr.
1-Full-time salesperson.
3-Room jobs.
2-Carhops.
1-Switchboard operator (11 p.m.-12:30
a.m.).
1-Telephone solicitor (as many hours
as possible).
2-Housework and ironing (hours flex-
ible).
4-Baby sitters (hours flexible).
I1-Baby sitter (3 p.m.-6 p.m. Monday.
Friday).
4-Waitresses (Start Oct. 3,, evenings,
110-25 hours per week).

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First Floor Michigan Union
September 26-0ctober 4
Weekdays
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