THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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lowing are the foreign visitors who
be o31 the, campus this week on
>gfam arrangements are being made
he International Center: Mrs. Clif-
:tiago Friedmann, Director, Com-
ig Center, Faculty of Physics; Sci-
s and Math., Univ. of Chile, San-
, Chile, Mar. 10-15.
atorco Herdoia, Director of Lan-
es, Central University, Quito, Ecua-
mad Makki, Prof. of Arabic Lit-
re, Lebanese University, Beirut,
non, Mar. 11-17.
allenge: Mark Cheser and Steve
kmeyer will lead a seminaron
ent Social Action in Rm. 3-B of
cnion at. 7:30, Tues., March 13.
winar Auspices of the Industry
ram, Institute of Science and Tech-.
y, and the Department of Mehan-
Engineering. "Engineering for Re-
tty," Dr. Charles 'Lipson, Profes-
of Mechanical Engineering, Wed.,
1h 14 at 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
etoral Examination for Robert
n, Crane, Electrical Engineering;
s: "On the Use of Complex Fil-
Wed., March 14, 1072 E. Engin.
at, 3:30 p.m.
tanical Seminar: "The Role of
e Metals in Plant Metabolism," Dr.
.. D. Nichols, head of Department
lant Biochemistry and Chemical
obiology, University of Bristol,
and, Wed., March 14, 4:15 p.m.,
Natural Science Bldg. Tea will be
ed at 400.
ema Xi Lecture: "Some Current
ris of New Drug Research" will
1icussed by r. Harry M.3:Crooks,
tant Director, Chemical Research,
e, Davis and Co., on Wed., March
t 8 pi.m. in the Michigan League
oom. Open to the public.
erlin String Quartet: The Oberlin
ig Quartet, Stuart Canin and John
y, violins, William Berman, viola,
Peter Howard, cello, will present a
al on Wed., March 14, 8:30 pm. in
:ham Lecture Hall. Open to the
l without charge,
ciology Colloquium: Judith Shuval,
-ew University & Israel Institute of
ied Social Research, will speak on
uitured Strains and Adaptive Proc-
gin the Kibbutz," 'Wed., March 14,
p.m. in East Conference, Room,
ACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau
ppontments-Senior & grad stu-
s, please call Ext. 3544 for, interview
ontments with the following:
RS; MARCH 1s-
iohn Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.-Men;
gee In Pre-Wed, Pre-ent, Biology,
mi, Pharm., Bacti., Bochem., or Lib-
Arts with Sc. bkgd. for positions
harmaceutical Sales Res.
e Kroger Co.-Men; degree in any
t of Liberal Arts or Bus. Ad. for
Mgmt. Trng., Mrchg., Personnel,
., Retailing or Trnsportation.
cup Div. of Aetna Lifeinsurance
Detrot, Mich:Men degree' any
E for Group Insurance Sales. Loca-
a throughout U.S..
ase Manhattan Bank, N.Y-, N.Y.-
degree in Econ. or Bus. Ad. for
telligence Civilian Career Prog., Ad.-
Survey Detachment, Ft. Holabird'
-Locations throughout U.S. & over-
, Men for positions in intelligence
ounterintelligence functions. BA &
Iciency in one or more foreign lang.
,f be veteran.
ager Mfg. Co-, N.Y., N.Y.-(p.m.
)-Men, June grads; degree any field
iberal Arts for Mgmt. Trng. in one
everal co. div. Location: Company-
neral Foods Corp., White Plains,
-Men; BA or MA in Liberal Arts
. Econ.) or Bus. Ad. for positions
he fields of Mktg. or Sales: Loca-
s throughout U.S.
organ Guaranty Trust Co. of N.Y.,
-Men; degree in Liberal tArts or
Ad. for Mgmt. Trng. Prog.
ruing Glass Works, Corning, N .Y.
n & Women. degree in any field
Lberal Arts for positions in Mkt.
arch, Personnel, Prod., Sales &,Sales
notion,' Traffic '& Trans. Locations
ary every firm recruiting in this
e sends co. literature in advance
which must be read by each student be-
fore his interview appointment.
Hicksville, New York Public Schools
will be at the Hotel Sheraton-Cadillac,
Detroit on March 14, 1962. Vacancies
include HS Eng., Math, Se., SS, Guid.,
Art, Id. Arts, For. Lang., Bus., PE
(female); Jr. HS Math, Sc., SS, Read-
ing. For appointments contact Bernard
Braun & Thomas Horne at the hotel.
.For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB
663-1511, Ext. 354.
Agenda Student Government Council
March 14, 1962, 4:15 p.m., Council Room
Constieutnts' Time: 5:45 & 9:00 p.m.
Approval of Agenda.
Minutes of Previous Meeting.
Standing Committees: Committee on
Student Concerns, USNSA Freedom But-
ton Letter, 18 year old vote.
Officer Reports: President, Letters,
Announcements; Executive Vice-Presi-
dent, Interim Action, Announcements;
Administrative Vice-President; Treas-
urer, Homecoming Financial Report.
Old Business: Office of Student Af-
fairs Study Committee Report, Com-
mittee of the Whole, NSA Standing
New Business: Meeting Time, Exam
File, Student Defender.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
American Electric Power Service Corp.,
N.Y N.Y.-Al Degrees:EE & ME. June
& Aug. grads. Both Mn & Women.
Summer Employment: Jrs. in ME & EE
in Group at 3:30 in Room 144, W.E.
System Planning & Power System Dev.
The Dow Chemical Co., All Locations
-All Degrees: ChE, IE, Instru., ME &
Met. BS-MS: CE, EE & Mat'is. MS:
Mgmt. Sci., Municipal & Sanitary. BS:
E Physics. June & Aug. grads. Des.,
R. & D., Sales & Prod.
Koppers' Company, Inc., Throughout
the country-BS: ChE, E & ME. Des.,
R. & D., Sales, Prod. & Maintenance.
-Lear,' Inc., Instrument Div., Grand
Rapids, Mich.-All Degrees: EE, ME &
Instru. BS-MS: EM. Prof.: Applied
Mech. BS: E Physics & Sci.:Engrg. June
& Aug. grads. Des., R. & D., Both pre-
ceded by 9 mo. trng. program.
Swift & Co., Engrg. Research Dept.,
Chicago, 111.-BS-MS: BChE & ME. MS:
Instrumentation. June & Aug. grads.
Des., R. & D., Process Dev., Control
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Bay-
side, L.I., N.Y., Williamsville, N.Y..
Waltham & Needham, Mass., Towanda,
1Pa.-A11 Degrees: BE. BS-MS: ME. BS:
B Math & E Physics. MS: Construction.
PhD: ChE & Met. Both Men & Women.
Must be in top quarter scholastically.
Des., R. & D.
Warner Electric Brake & Clutch Co-,
S. leloit, 1l.-BS-MS: BE & ME. BS:
l. June &Aug. grads. Des., R. & D.,
Sales & Prod.
Wickes Corp., U.S. Graphite Co., Sag-
inaw, Mic.-BS: ChE, EE, Matis., ME
& Met. June grads. R. & D.
U.S. Gov't, National Aero.& Space
Admin., Lewis Research Center, Cleve-
land, .-All Degrees: AB & Astr.,
Applied Mech., E, EM, Instru., ME,
LOOKING FOR A
Guys, gals, whether you want
money, adventure or fun from
your summer work, SUMMER
JOBS 1962 will tell you how and
where to look.
This comprehensive report ls
names and addresses of employ-
ers who actually seek college
students for summer work. Re-
por lists jbs inal pat of the
cuntry and includes details on
how to apply, how to sell your-
sel, etc. Saves you weeks of
SEND $1 AND COUPON NOS.
CAREER ADVISORY SERVICE
College Division A-lO
Box 1131, Hanover, N.H.
Send+.....copies at $1 ea.
SUMMER JOBS 1962r
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MICHIGAN UNION presents
____ ,6 'CREATIVE ARTS FESTIVUAL
Met., Nuclear. B5: E Math, E Physics
& Sci. Both Men & Women. R. & D.
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for thesejbs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Building, during the following hours:
Monday thru Friday 8 amm. til 12 noon
and 1:30 til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should call Bob Hodges at NO
3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
-Several salesmen wanted.
1-Landscape Architect who is at least
in his Junior year. % time position.
1-Waitress to work from 11:00 a.m.-
1:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, and all
day Saturday and Sunday.
1-Baby sitter who will help through
the dinner hour in exchange for
room and board.
-Several saleswomen wanted.
Congregational Disciples E & R Stu-
dent Guild, Cost Luncheon Discussion,
March 13, Noon, 802 Monroe.
* s a
Rifle Club, Weekly Meeting & League
Match, March 14, 7:30 p.m., ROTC
* a s
ULLR Ski Club, Meeting for Aspen
Trip, March 14, 7:30 p.m., Union.
* * *
U. of M. Folk Dancers, Meeting, In-
struction & Dancing, March 13, 7:30
p.m., 1429 Hall St.
* * *
Wesleyan Guild, Holy Communion
followed by breakfast, March 14, 7 a.m.,
Meth. Ch. Chapel.
* Friday, March 16
JOHN FREDERICK NIMS 3:30
Multipurpose Room, UGLI
PHOTO EXHIBIT .:. Union Lobby
ART EXHIBIT. . . Union .obby
THOMPSON'S SPECIALS . . . For
Take Out or Delivery Only!
Delicious Pizza from Our Pizza Kitchen
Medium Super (everything)
PIZZA..Reg. $2.50 - SPECIAL $1.60 a
Extra Large Super (everything)
'PIZZA.... Reg. $3.00 - SPECIAL $.A Tax
SHRIMP PIZZA SPECIAL $1.50T"
Medium TUNA PIZZA ........Special $1.50 plus tax
Large TUNA or SHRIMP PIZZA ....... $2.00 plus tax
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY (Closed Tuesdays)
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* Free Deliveries begin at 5 P.M. Daily (except Tuesday, Closed)
discount records, inc.
ONE WEEK ONLY MARCH 12-17
OUR COMPLETE STOCK ON:
DANCE CONCERT 8:30 . . . Mendelssohn
* Saturday, March. 17
DANCE CONCERT 8:00 . . . Mendelssohn
",Sounds from the Summit"
Friars- Cuyahoga Waiters
H I LL AUD.
* Sunday, March 18
GENERATION 4:00... Union
ROSS LEE F I N NEY . 8:00
"Patterns in Meaning in Music11...Union Ballroom.
* Monday, March 19
U. of Michigan vs. Wayne State x
"Are Intercollegiate Athletics Being Overemphasized"
Room 3 RS Union
Taped by WWJ for play on Friday, March 23 at 7:30
MONAURAL and STEREO
STANLEY QUARTET 8:30
WITH YOUR STUDENT I.D. CARD
* Tuesday, March 20
"AMERICAN CULTURE IN ORBIT"
S. 8 :30
a symposium on the Fine Arts Union Ballroom
Keynote Address: Mr. KARL HAAS
CHOOSE FROM: Jazz-Opera-Folk Music-Spoken
Chamber Music-Classical-+-Broadway Shows-Sound-
TRULY A GREAT SALE ... Some of the best recorded
artists, orchestras, bands and folk groups . . . Our
Stock is Now Complete . . . Shop Early and get the
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YOUR CHOICE OF ANY TWIST ALBUM IN OUR STOCK
*stereo slightly higher
AT DISCOUNT PRICES
Mothers and Daughters
by Evan Hunter..............$5.95 $3.97
by Noel Coward............$4.50 $3.00
The Carpetbaggers by Harold Robbins $5.95 $3.97
Rembrandt by Gladys Schmitt.......$5.95 $3.97
Russia and the West Under Lenin
by George F. Kennan...........$5.75 $3.84
Advise and Consent by Allen Drury.. .$5.75 $3.84
The Edge ofSadness
by Edwin O'Connor.......... $5.00 $3.33
The White Rajah
by Nicolas Monsarrat..........$4.95 $3.30
Promise of Dawn by Romain Gary.. . .$5.00 $3.33
The Peacemakers by Marquis Childs. .$3.95 $2.63
Resistance, Rebellion, and Death
by Albert Camus..... .........$4.00 $2.67
Clock Without Hands
by, Carson McCullens..........$4.00 $2.67
Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller... .$7.50 $5.00
The Chateau by William Maxwell.. .$4.95 $3.30
Mrs. Marsha Teesing
Mrs. Sarah Gram
*Wednesday, March 21
POETRY READING HOUR
X. J. Kennedy
J. R. Squires
Playbill "THE LIVING ROOM -8:00-Trueblood
* Thursday, March 22
INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR.:.. 4:15
KLM Room, Union
JOHN LEE HOOKER
(crown prince of the blues"-8:00-Union
presented by Folklore Society
* Friday, March 23
Student Piano Recital . . . 4:00
Playbill -Wayne Hall -Trueblood