THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN.
Micher Musial, Chandler
To Appear for Kennedy Today
chigan Union presents
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ureau of Appoint- E:. Physics. February graduates. Both
uin. Bldg., Ext. 3371 Men & Women. Des., Res. & Dev., Test
ion. & Analysis.
The Martin Co., Denver, Colo., Nov.
3 & 4-All- Degrees: A.E., C.E., E.E.,
-Owens-Ford Glass M.E., Physics & Math. February gradu-
Wil interview sen- ates. Both men & women. Des., Res.
1961 grads) or re- & Dev.
ith B.S. in Physi- B. F. Goodrich Co., Research Center,
its & Math; M.S. Brecksville, Ohio & all company divs.,
cal Chem. & Phys- Nov. 4-AUl Degrees: Ch.E., E.M., &
dents please call M.E. B.S.: E. Physics. Feb., June &
ents, Rm. 4021 Ad- Aug. graduates. Summer Employment:
1 for interview ap- Prefer men who have completed) at
go located at all least 3 yrs. Both Men & Women. Des.,
Res. & Dev., Production.
The Martin Co., Orlando, Fla., Nov.
SrveO ns to- 3&4-AUl Degrees: A., E.E., M.E.,
Servce pen tO Physics & Math. February graduates.
- Hostesses, hosts, Both Men & Women. Des., & Dev;
hambermalds, han- ResAnalysis, Mfg. & Programming.
cooks; Massachusetts Institute of Tech., Lin-
i, waterfront, arts coin Laboratory, Lexington, Mass., Nov.
oks and business 4-M.S.-Ph.D.: E.E., Instrumentation.
tudents and mar- M.S.: M.E. Ph.D.: Met. Feb., June &
tdet nAug. graduates. Summer Employment:
and Government- roup Meeting at 3:00 in room 124,
parks, engineering, W.E. - Graduate Students of E.E.,
park, engnerig Physics or Applied Math. Res. & Dev.
yurhoet. an Outboard Marine Corp., Waukegan,
your choice in any Ill
vties Bldg., Lower Il., & Gale Products, Galesburg, Ill.,
Nov. 4-B.S.-M.S.: E.E., I.E. & M.E.
Lily February graduates. Des. & Dev.
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Co., Ohio,
aent Interviews - S. Carolina, R.I., N.J., Pa., Kansas,
didates). 12$81W. Nov. 4-B.S.: Ch.E., C.E., E.E., E. Math,
Z. I.E., M.E. & Met. B.S.-M.S.: Math. Both
ectronics Corp., 5 Men & Women. Des., Res. & Dev., Bales
7.S., Nov. 3-B.S.: & Prod.
ies. Raydata Corp., Worthington, Ohio,
Corp., Throughout Nov. 4--B.S.-M.S.: E.E. & E.M. M.S.:
Degrees: Ch.E. & Instrumentation. Des., Res. & Dev.,
B.S.: E.E. & M.E. Sales.
. Des., Res. & Dev., Standard Oil Co. of CaL., Principally
San Francisco Bay Area & Los Angeles
y Div., Primarily Basin, Nov. 3 & 4-All Degrees: E.M.
,ndarily Richmond, & M.E. B.S.-M.S.: Ch.E., & E.E. Both
dl Degrees: E.E. & Men & Women. Des., Res. & Dev.,
& E. Physics. Des., Plant Des. & Constru., Refinery Engrg.,
Tech. Cales, Electronic Computer.
Div.-Nationwide, U.S. Gov't.-Navy, David Taylor Mod-
nts Interested in el Basin, Carderock, Md., Nov. 4-All
er than those rep- Degrees: A.E., C.E., E.E., E.M., In-
please sign sched- stru., Marine, M.E., N.A. B.S.: E. Math,
E. Physics & Science. Non-citizens
pter Engg.'Dosn- w/permanent visas will be considered
uter Cngrca gDet. full time employment. Summer Em-
N. ChicAo, Dae. ployment: Limited. Des., Res. & Dev.
v 2 & 3-A De- United States Rubber Co., Research
n & Women. Des., Center, Wayne, N.J.; Res. Labs at
11pse-Pioneer Div.,Naugatuck, Conn., & Det., Mich., Nov.
. & 3 -- All De 3-M.S. & PhD.: Ch.E., E.E. & M.E.
my& -Ai e-Res. & Dev.
By JOHN ROBERTS
Stan Musial and other notables,
in the "Kennedy Victory Caravan"
will campaign for local Demo-
cratic candidates in Washtenaw
In addition to the St. Louis
Cardinal star, the assemblage will
include movie star Jeff Chandler,
novelist James Michener and
Byron (Whizzer) White, former
Detroit Lions halfback and now
national chairman of the Citi-
zens for Kennedy. A final member
of the entourage 'will be Jerrold
Hoffenberger, a Baltimore busi-
nessman and philanthropist.
Week To Hold
International students will hold
a fashion show at 7:30 tonight in
the Hussey Rm. of the Michigan
The girls participating will
model clothes from their respec-
tive countries. The event is spon-
sored by the League in conjunc-
tion with International week.
Other highlights of Internation-
al Week include the motion pic-
ture "Comeback Africa" at the
Campus Theatre through Satur-
The approximately 1000 Afri-
cans who unknowingly were par-
ticipants in, the film have since
been jailed for their taking part
in the production.
TheBranko Krsmanovich Chorus
of Yugoslavia will signal the end
of the week with a concert at 8:30
p.m. Sat. in Hill Aud.
White was in town last month
to aid in establishing a local Citi
zens for Kennedy and Johnson
The caravan will appear in Ann
Arbor from 1:15 to 1:45 p.m. on
the steps of Hill Aud. where
Students for Kennedy rally will
be held. The group will then pro-
ceed to the Washtenaw Ave.
shropping center for another ap-
pearance at 2:15.
The appearance in Ann Arbor
will follow earlier stops in Xps-
lanti. The entire group, except for
Michner, will proceed to by motor-
cade to Ypsilanti High School
after their arrival at Willow Run
at 11 a.m.
The high school stop is schedtil-
ed for 111,45, and will last 30
minutes. Another 30 minute ap-
pearance, at 12:30 in Briggs Halls,
Eastern Michigan University, will
preceed the trip to Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Grace Marckwardt, Demo-
cratic candidate for the State
House of Representatives from
Washtenaw county's first district,
will host Michener at a subscrip-
tion luncheon in Rm. 101 of the
Michigan Union at noon today.
The honors seminar on Africa
led by Prof. Henry L. Bretton
will discuss the African political
situation at its tihrd meeting at
7 p.m. Wednesday in Rm. 451,
Mason Hall. Students interested
in participating are asked to con-
tact Pat Golden, '63, for further
3 R-S Union
Wednesdqy, Nov. 2
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Non-Academic Per-
sonnel Office, 1020 Admin. Bldg., dur-
ing the following hours: Monday
through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring part-
time employees should contact Bill
Wenrich at NO 3-1511 ext. 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous jobs
should consult the bulletin board in
Room 1020, daily.
1-Delivery-boy (Sunday morning pa-
pers, must have car).
3-Busboys (11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.).
2-Cab drivers (evenings and week-
ends, must be 21 or over).
1-Salesman - graduate student pre-
ferred. commission basis.
14-Psychological subjects, hours to be
1-Wafter (meal and evening hours).
3-Rooms in exchange for light work.
1-Stock-boy (1 p.n.-5 p.m. and all
3-Rooms in exchange for light house-
1-Married couple to do light work
in exchange for room and board.
3-Waitresses (hours flexible).
1-Reader (Monday and Wednesday,
from 8-10 p.m.).
4-Waitresses (part or full-time).
1--Girl, to wait on dinner table, and
wash dishes, Nov. 5 from 8 p.m. til
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