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Fiui. of Notre Dame Lib., Ind. -
tor Schaefer, director.
'or. the fourth consecutive year
,chers College, Columbia Univ. is
ruting Americans to teach in East
lean secondary schools. C. Scott
ly, coordinator of the teachers for
t Africa Project, will be on the Uni-
ity of Michigan campus Mon., March
a discuss TEA services with interest-
seniors and grad students.
ligible for the project are profes-
ially trained grads with or without
thing experience and arts and sci-
es grads. Although preference in se-
ion will be given to applicants who
single, mdrried persons may apply.
asic criteria for selection include
nd academic preparation in biology,
m., Engl., geography, history, math
E. Kelly will meet with students
hing to discuss TEA at 10 a.m. and
im., Room 4023, Univ. High School.
Appnifntments-Seniors & grad stu-
its, please call Ext. 3544 for ap-
ntments with the following:
N., MARCH 16-
iternational Business Machines,
rborn,. Mich.-Men & women, Dec.,
F & Aug. grads. Seeking: majors in
n., Astro., Gen. Liberal Arts, Math,
sics & Chem. Positions: IBM does
have a mgmt. trng. prog. All
nees go in through one of the fol-
ing programs: Elec. Computing,
., ales (territorial), Systems Engi-
rs, Computing Programmer, De-
L, Res. & Dev. Locations through-
ousing and Home Finance Agency,
shington, D.C.-Men & women, May
Aug.; grads. Seeking: Majors in
n., Poli. Sci., Soc., .Jpurn., Law,
hi., Land Arch., & Planning. Posi-
s: Banking, Econ., Mgmt. Trng.,
sonnel, Pub. Admin., Social Work
), Transportation. Various loca-
ational Institutes of Health, Beth-
, Md.-Men & women, Dec., May &
~ grads. (p.m. only). Seeking: Ma-
in Econ., Poll. SBe., Engl., For.
g., Geog., oc., Psych., Hist., Journ.,
St., Educ. & Gen. Liberal Arts.
Chem., Physics, Geol., Math,
rm., Bacti., Biochem., Public Health,
ius. Ad. Positions: Biol., Econ., Elec.
aputing, Languages, Library, Mgmt.
g., Office Mgmt., Personnel, Public
nin., Recreation, Tech. Writing.
es., MARCH 7-
.S. Public Health Service, Detroit,
h.-Men, Dec., May & Aug. grads.
king: Degree majors in Econ., Poli.
, Engl., For. Lang., Geog., Soc.,
:h., Hist., Journ., Philo., Gen. Lib-
1 Arts Positions: Public Health
g Representative, Venereal Disease
nch. Location: Most large cities in
isher Body Div., G.M. Crp., War-
Mich.-Men, May & Aug. grads.
cing: Degree majors in English,
rn., Speech, & Gen. Liberal. Arts.
tions: Field Rep, for Fisher Body
ftsman's Guild. Employment for
assignment would begin Aug. 31
erminate Jan. 1, 1965; definite pos-
ity of further oppor. with Fisher
y or GM. Primarily the job is
:ing presentations to jr. & sr. high
o10 assemblies, explaining the Guild
gram. Complete description avail.
a Gen. Div. Receptionist.
kusehold Finance Corp., Chicago,
-Men, May grads. eeking: majors in
.h., Journ., Speech, Educ., Gen. Lib-
Arts. Positions: Management Trng.
ffice Mgmt.
D., MARCH 18-
bbott Laboratories, North Chicago,
-4en& women, May & Aug. grads.
ing: Lib. Sci., Tech. WritersrwI
.,, Life St.; Medical Writers w/
, BS or MS in Physiol., Pharmn.,
,hem. Zool. Also Bus. Ad., Acc't.,
ne, Industrial Arts, Educ. for
ning prog. in Maintenance (p.m.
ta. in Chem. Dept.).
e week after vacation beginning
L., March 30, the following schools
be at the Bureau of Appointments
interview prospective teachers for
1964-1965 school year.
S., MARCH 31-
Attle Creek, Mich.-Elem. K-6, In-
J.H.-Engl./Soc. St., Gen. S.;
-Math, Engl., Biol., Span., Fr., Bus
Home Ec., Girls PE, Boys PE, Ind.
, Ind. AratfiBoys PE, Lib., Counsel.
ys & Girls) MR, Deaf, Blind, Speech
kewood, Ohio-Limited Fields.
gonac, Mich. - Elem., J.H.-L.A.,
;h (8th), PE (Girls & Boys), Lib.,
-Govt./Civics/Hist., Math, Engl./
sch/Cmp., Engl. - (9 & 10), Engl.
Ind. Arts, PE (Girls & Boys),
nsel., Gen. Sci./Math.
I., APRIL 1-
aukegan, Il1.-Eng., Math, Soc. St.,
. Ed., Photo., Spec. Ed., Girls PE,
1., Home Ec., MA preferred.
ayne, Mich.-Fields not announced.
lington Heights, III. (Dist. No. 25)
em. K-5, PE, Vocal, Speech Corr.;
-Lang. Arts/Soc. St., Math/Sci.,
,Gen. Music (Vocal), Ind. Arts,
ie Ec., PE (Girls & Boys), Fr.
om0o, Mich.-Elem. 2-5, J.H. -
.se., Math/Set., Instr./Vocal,Fr.,
1.;.S.-Counsel, Type A, Gen. Shop,

Flint, Mich. (Beecher Schools)-Ten-
Appointments may be made before
vacation If you find it necessary to
cancel, please do so by the day be-
fore the'interview.
Fodr additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, Ext. 3547.
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedules posted at 128-H
West Engrg. for appointments with the
Aro, Inc., Arnold AF Station, Near
Tullahoma, Tenn.-All Degrees: AE &
Astro., EE, ME, Met. MS-PhD: Instru-
mentation. BS: E Physics. May & Aug.
grads. R. & D., Des. Aersopace testing
& dev. in wind tunnels & test cells.
Carrier Air Conditioning Co., Syra-
cuse, N.Y.; Bryant Mfg. Co., Indianap-
olis, Ind., & field offices--BS-MS:
ChE, EE, EM, IE & ME. Des., Prod. &
MARCH 17-19-
ployment: Jr., Sr. & Grad students in
the following programs: All Degrees:
ME: BS-MS: EM. BS: EE, IE, Met. .&
Sci. Engrg. R. & D., Des., Prod.
MARCH 17--
Howard Industries, Inc., Racine, Wis.;
Festus, Mo., Fractional & Sub-Frac-
tional horsepower motor industry -
BS:EE. Application Engrg. & Design
MARCH 17-19-
IBM Corp. (PhD's) All IBM Labs-in
N.Y., Calif., Minn. & 'Ky.-PhD: EE,
EM & ME. R. & D.
Lee Lron Works, Inc., Saginaw, Mich.
-BS: CE & Architecture. May & Aug.
grads. Des.-Structural.
Pyrofax Gas Corp., Monroe, Ohio, half
way between Cincinnati & Dayton, O.
& Pipeline Div. (ME's only) extending
200 miles East & West of Monroe, 0.-
BS: ChE, IE, ME & Ork. Chemistry.
May & Aug. grads. Tech. Services,
Engrg. possibly Basic Res., Gas Equip.
NASA, Manned Spacecraft Center,
Houston, Texas-All Degrees: AE & As-
tro., BE, ME. MS-PhD: Physics &
Math. May & Aug. grads. R. & D.,
NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center,
Huntsville, Ala.-All Degrees: AE &
Astro., EE & ME. May & Aug. grads.
R. & D., Des.

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TWO SURPRISE PACKAGES-Michigan got its most unexpected
points from sophomore broad jumper John Rowser (left) and
two-miler Chris Murray (right). Rowser made the best jump
of his life (23'11") for second place. Murray, off training and
nursing an injured hip, wasn't even supposed to make the trip,
but still came through with a third place.

'NICE GOING, COACH'-Michigan coach Don Canham (left)
receives congratulations from a well-wisher after his team com-
pleted its runaway victory in the Big Ten track meet last week-
end. Michigan thus defended successfully the title it shared last
year'with Iowa.

THE KICK HAS IT-Kent Bernard, Michigan's Olympic hopeful
from Trinidad, overhauls Wisconsin's long-striding Al Montal-
bano in the feature race of the day, the 600. The pace was too
slow for the world record time some observers were anticipat-
ing, but Bernard's 1:10.4 was his best of the year.

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KELLY MAKES MOVE-Senior Ted Kelly scored a decisive vic-
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the gun lap. Kelly (left) takes to the outside to pass teammate
Cecil Norde (third) and Michigan State's Dick Mather (fourth).
He finished in 1:53.5.

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The 54th Annual Big Ten in-
door Track and Field Meet last
Saturday was one Michigan wasn't
even suposed to win, but it came
decisively in a historic Big Ten
Weekend that saw Michigan wrap
up five conference championsQips
in six sports.
Coach Don Canham's men de-
stroyed favored Wisconsin's in-
jury-riddled Badgers with an un-
precedented, list of "over-perform.-
ances," as veteran Michigan timer
and handicapper Phil Diamond
called them.
Michigan's 67-48 margin over
Wisconsin brought the admission
from a handful of Wisconsin re-
porters and track buffs that the
Wolverines would have won the
meet even if the Badgers had been
at full strength.
The victory, which gave Can-
ham his fifth indoor title in the
last six years, came largely be-
cause Michigan stayed ahead of
Wisconsin in head-to-head clashes
which could have gone to either
The Wolverines raked in indi-
vidual championships from Kent
Bernard (600-yard run), Ted Kelly
(880-yard run), Des Ryan (mile
run), Roger Schmitt (shot put)
and Al Ammerman (high jump),
to go along with five seconds, four'
thirds, three fourths, and two
Wisconsin will get another crack
at Michigan in the outdoor meet
in May in Evanston.


'WHO,- ME?' -- Senior Al Am-;
merman pulled off the upset of
the meet with a 6'8" high-
jump, edging two former con-
ference champions and team-
mate Bob IDensham, the even-
tual runner-up.
and TEXT

TO WIN IS 7O LOSE-Kent Bernard completes a fine double
by outlegging Wisconsin's 440 champion, Elzie Higginbottom,
with a :47-second split on the anchor leg of the mile relay. Mich-
igan's time of 3:15.3, however, fell a tenth short of Purdue's
winning time in the other heat.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT-Michigan captain, Roger Schmitt (left)
accepts a handshake and first-place medal from Big Ten com-
missioner Bill Reed. Schmitt added the indoor shotput cham-
pionship (55'9%") to the outdoor title he took last spring. Ernst
Soudek, who finished fourth, looks on.


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