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Employers desirous of hiring students
r part-time or full-time temporary
rk, should contact Dave Lowman,
rt-Time Interviewer, at NO 3-1511,
tensi6n 3553.0
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
bs should consult the bulletin board
Room 2200, daily.
--Several Asst. in Research to work
either full-time or part-time. Must
Have Security Clearance. Want Jr.
or Sr. in Physics, Electrical Engrg.
or Math. Will need a car.
-Electronic Technician. To work 20
20 hrs. per week. Need Seniors or
grad students in Electrical Engrg.
Will be doing soldering, wiring, and
repair work.
-Secretary to work full or almost
full-time. Will be doing typing, cor-
respondence and some "accounting-
type" work. This is a long-term job.
:*- * *
There are' several miscellaneous and
neral odd jobs available. Some are
ry'short term. Please check our bul-
tin board for details.
Pla e m en t
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau
Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
nts, please call Ext. 3544 for appoint-,
ents with'the following:
LES., APRIL 2k-
Monarch Life Insurance Co., Spring-
Id, Mass.-Men, May grads. Seeking
agrees in Econ., Poli. Sci., English,
., Psych., Speech & Gen. Liberal Arts.
sitions: Insurance Sales. Location:
nn Arbor & Detroit area.
U.S. Navy-Mr. Terrin of the Navy
ill be in the Lower Lobby of the
ich. Union on Tues. from 9 a.m. to 4
". Would like to discuss the programs

they offer with all interested seniors or
terminal students. Please stop & talk
with him at your convenience.
WED., APRIL 22-
F e d e r a I Housing Administration,
Washington, D.C.-Men & women, May
grads. Seeking degree with Poli. Sci.,
Econ. & Bus. Ad. majors. Positions:
Econ., Mgmt. Trng., Mkt. Res, Housing
Mkt. Analyst-Trainee, Mortgage Credit
Trainee, Appraiser Trainee, Realty Ass't.,
Acc't., Mortgage Insurance Underwrit-
ing, Publ. Admin. Location: Various
places throughout U.S. after trng. in
Washington. U.S. citizenship required.
THURS., APRIL 23-
Aetna Life Insurance Co., Detroit,
Mich.-Men, May & Aug. grads. Seek-
ing degrees in any major field of study.
Positions: Insurance Sales & Sales
Management. Loaction: Greater Detroit
area.
FRI., APRIL 24-.
The American Institute for Foreign
Trade, Phoenix, Ariz.-Will be here to
interview prospective students. Men &
women, May & Aug. grads. Seeking ma-
jors in Econ., Poli. Sci., For. Lang.,
Geog., Soc., Hist., Gen. Lib. Arts, & Bus.
Ad. for study in the field of Foreign
Trade. Will prepare graduates to as-
sume posts abroad in international
business sngmt., govt. service & exec.
positions in the home offices of firms
having extensive foreign interests.
Through language & international com-
merce courses, students receive the es-
sential specialized educ. required to fit
them for their future in international
commerce.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
Camp Tamakwa Canada-Coed camp
has positions for section leaders. Must
be at least 23 yrs, old. Will interview
Thurs., April 16 in the afternoon (to-
day).

University Data Processing, Ann Arbor
-Want a computer..man with no less
than Math 473, preferably 573 for work
in Detroit, Mich. Come to Summer
Placement for further details.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
Beginning Mon., April 20, the follow-
ing schools will be at the Bureau of
Appointments to interview prospective
teachers for 1964-1965.
MON., APRIL 20-.
Blissfield,, Mich.-H.S. Chem./Physics,
Engl., Art; J.H. Engl.; Elem. Vocal.
Howell, Mich. - Elem.-Instr./Vocal;
J H.-PE, Math/Sci., Engl./Soc. St.; H.S.
-Fr., Chem./Physics, Ind. Arts, Gen Sci,
Math, Engl./Soc. St.
TUES., APRIL 21-
Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'anse Creuse
Publ. SEchs.)-Elem. K, 1, 2; J.H.-
Math/Sci, H.S.-Phys. Sci.
Mt. Clemens, Mich.-Elem. K-6; J.H.-
Math, Sci., Art, Vocal, Girls PE, Speech
Thera.
St. Joseph, Mich.-Elem. K, 1, 4, 5,
6, PE, Vocal, Art; J.H.-Engl./Geog./
Math, Engl./Soc. St./Health; H.S. -
Engl./Amer. Lit./Comp., Speech, Comm./
Bus./bookkeeping, Home Ec.
Hartland, Mich.-6th Gr., Elem. Vo-
cal; J.H.-Engl./Soc. St., Math; H.S. -
Engl./Speech, Math, Lib.; Girls PE, J.H.
Basketball, H.S Baseball.
South Lyon, Mich.-Elem. K-6, Music;
J.H.-8th Sci., 8th Engl., Band/Vocal,
Art, Soc. St./Music, H.S.-Engl., Gen.
Sci./Math, Ind. Arts/Math; Spec. Ed.
-Type A Speech Corr.

WED., APRIL 22-
Battle Creek, Mich.-Elem. K-6, In-
str.; J.H.-Engl./Soc. St., Gen. Set.; Sec.
-Math, Engl., Span., Fr., Bus Ed,
Home Ec, Girls PE, Boys PE, Ind Arts,
Ind. Arts/Boys PE, Lib.; M.R., Deaf,
Blind, Speech Corr.
East Rockwood, Mich. (Gilbralter Sch.
Dist.)-Elem. K-6, Vocal; J.H. Math/
Set.; H.S.:-Bus. Ed., Ind. Arts, Math,
Physics, Home Ec.; V.T.
Northville, Mich.-Elem., Speech Corr.,
J.H.-Math, Engl., H.S.-Physics/Phys.
Sci., Engl., Lif. Set. (Biol.), M.R.
Roseville, Mich.-J.H.-Engl., Math,
Sci., Ind. Arts, Home Ec., Art, Gen.
Bus..Type., Engl./Latin, Engl./Speech,
Type A, Counsel. (woman), H.S.-Coop.
Ed., Type A, Lib., Counsel., Engl./
Journ., Auto Shop, Phys./Math.
Anaheim, Calif. (Magnolia Pub. Schs.)
-Elem. K-6.
THURS., APRIL 23-
Livonia, Mich.-All fields.
Deckerville, Mich.-Soc. St., Comm.
(T & S), J.H. Set., Chem./Phys.
FRI., APRIL 24-
Ludington, Mich.-K., El. Vocal, J.H.
Girls PE, H.S. Type, Hone Ec., Span./
Engl
Grayling, Mich.-Elem. K, 2, 3, 6; H.S.
-Engl./play prod, background, Girls
PE, Art.
* * *
Make appointments now.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext.
3547.

THE SOCIAL WORK school places students at the University Hospital where they have actual'
experience working with patients and hospital staff. With the staff and patients, the training social
worker may discuss such topics as the medical care a patient nmight need after returning home.

KAMALAKAR RAO

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II

The League Social Committee
Cordially Invites All Women
to WEDIQUETTE
Saturday, April 10th
League Ballroom 2:00 P.M.

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This Week's
Sabbath Evening Service

at H ILLEL

is being conducted by members of
A E Phi SORORITY
Fri., April 17 7:30 P.M.

NOTICE

III

The Interfraternity Council
has available a total of
$2000 in scholarships
for award to
qualified members of
Michigan Undergraduate
fraternities.
Application forms may be
obtained at the
IFC Office,
1510 Student Activities Bldg.,
and are due at

IN THE HURON Valley Children's Clinic, social work students,
I e under trained personnel, work with children referred there for
I n W o rk S ettin g s outpatient help. They use the group as the means and context
to work for behaviorial and attitudinal changes through struc-
tured discussion and activities.

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STUDENTS

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ALL UNPAID

SUBSCRIPTIONS
CLASSIFIED ADS
DISPLAY ADS
MUST BE PAID

5 P.M., APRIL 17.
Selection interviews
will be held

Sunday,

April 19.

THIS WEEK-OR GRADES

WILL BE WITHHELD

THREE YEARS AFTER THE BAR MITZVAH . .

GRADUATES
IF YOUR MAJOR IS IN THE FIELD OF:
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK
SPEECH AND HEARING
SPECIAL EDUCATION
PHYSICAL THERAPY
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
SALARY RANGES: $5,200 to $10,795 with
anticipated increases as of July 1, '1964.
There are many new positions and opportuni-
ties available at Michigan's outstanding Plymouth
State Home and Training School located between
Ann Arbor and Detroit.
Energetic and dynamic individuals in any of
the above fields relating to the mentally retarded
are invited to apply. Opportunities to participate in
research, teaching, community education, inservice
training and program development. Salaries depend
upon education and experience.
Michigan civil service job benefits include:

SOME STUDENTS in the second year of studies are trained as administrators at the University
Hospital. Periodically, cases are reviewed by a team consisting of persons in various medical
fields. In this type of setting, the students develop administrative techniques as well as methods of
working as members of a team.

DURING A PERIOD of recrea-
tion, a student works with a
youngster at the detention home.

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ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY
(1948-1964) _
A brief talk by Lt. Commander Herzl Lavon of
the Israeli Navy will be followed by Israeli folk
dancing by the Nagila Dancers. The audience

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