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The persons listed below have been
selected as ushers for the May Festi-
val, and must pick up their usher tick-
ets at the box office of Hill Auditor-
ium, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., on Tues-
dayhApril 17th, and Wednesday, April
18th. You will not be able to usher
without your ticket. The list follows:
Lois Alt, Marlene Andrews, Ron An-
derson, Brenda Bencks, Caryl Bier-
baum, Ann Bowlby, Milt Bush, Virginia
Bush, Ann Barsler Diana Bush, Janet
Benowitz, Wolf Blatter,. Paul Bendza,
Richard H. Barchi, Ron Barnhart, Lynn
Cohodas, Beverly Collora, Connie Cow-
an, Helen Cywinski, Fred Courtney,
Jeffrey Chase, Sanford Cohen, R. Terry
Czerwinski, Donald G. Christian, Ger-
ald Cook, Lucas DeVries, Erma H.
Donner, Janet Eighmey, Mary Elmore,
Mary Eberhardt, Fred Ernst, Alma Forst,
Mary Anne Franks, Wendy Fischgrund,
.1Hani Feurer, Janet Frieswyck, Judy
Fudge, Akram Fahmi, Evan Ferber, John
Farrer, Lisa Gould, Mary Grey, Jane
Grabos, Leni Geller, Nancy Godner,
Robert Greenes, Carole Greenes, Lar-
ry Gottlieb, Robert Gwyn, Steven H.
Greene, Joyce Holmes, Kenneth Holmes,
Pat Huntington, Magdalena Horn, Stev-
en Haler, Charles W. Heffernan, M.
Ethel Heffernan, Carol Hendrickson,
Susan Henderson, Anne Hellier, Bernie
Heideman, Kimi Hokama, David Huis-
man, John Hughes, David Harris, Ed
Hohman, Betty Isaacson, Jo Anne
Ivory, Penelope Ireland, Kolbrun Ingi-
marsdottir, Harriet Johnson, Diane Jac-
obson, Lawrence Jacobs, Lois Karls,
Joan Kittle, June Kleis, Elizabeth
Klatzky, Lonnie Kiraldi, Ellen Ketil-
son, Karen Koyakka, Joan Kinsey, Me-
linda Kraus, Youngsook C. Kim, Hyun
K. Kim, Lora Krapohl, Merlyn Kellogg,
Ivan D. Kovacs, Edward Klinenberg,
Paul King,
Laura Lazar, Barbara Lippincott, Su-
san Lubin, Janet Leftridge, J. L. Lich-
tenberg, Thomas R. LeVeck, Poul Scheel
Larsen, Barbara E. Morris, Gloria Musho,
Priscilla McClay, Margaret Mueller, Mary
Madden, William M. Murphy, Patricia
McKeighan, George McKeighan, Mari-
anne Maynard, Norine Morrison, Robert
MacDonald, David Miles, Thomas Mus-
son, Anthony Malkowski, Gary McIl-
vaine, Dennis Naurocki, Margaret Nix-
on, Paula Nessle, Andrew Orr, Phyllis
Orthner, Anne O'Neal, Don Orthner, Ida
Putansu, Jeannie Pann, Joe Pearl, Jan-
et Powers, Joyce Poposki, Judy Pelle-
gren, Sandra Paschal, Clifford Pren-
tice, Yvtte Quenese, Louise Reiner,
Katie Reed, Nancy Remus, Mary Rap-
paport, Peter Risser,
Diane Runckle, Patricia Ranger, Nan-
cy Rupp, Bonnie Rupp, Mark Rosen-
baum, Suzanne Spoden, Bobbie Sim,
Judy Shepard, Henry Shevitz, Heidi
Schroeter, Karen Saathoff, Miriam Sing-
er, Nancy Segall, Stephen' Slakman,
Kris Steiner, Om Prakash Singla, Mar-
lene Stafford, Jerry Stafford, Debbie
Sudran, Patricia Stocking, Linda Smal-
ley, Mark Slobin, Ruth Seifert, Eliza-
beth R. Schmitt, Ruth Skentlebery,
' ?Mary Staton, Alta Sivon, Mrs. C. T.
Sulzner 3rd, Carole'Steide, Steven Shaw,
Robert Savery, Harvey Toles, Mih Tan-
aka, Linda Terry, Harry M. Taxin,
Helen Ullrich, Joan Van Der Berg,
Martha Varnell, Don Vernine, Mari-
lyn Wren, Sue Wender, Elaine Wender,
Robert Wazeka, Lynne E. Winter, Dar-
rel Walters, Shirley Wolfe, Priscilla
Woolams, Stanley Woolams, Rebecca
West, Harrison Wehner, Joanne Zap-
aryniuk, Karl Zinn, Ann Zinn, Lynwood
D. Zinn, Kaj Zaar, Richard Zimmer.
Preliminary Examinations for the Doc-
torate in Education: All applicants for
the doctorate who are planning to take
the May, 1962, preliminary examinations
in Education, May 30, 31, June 1, 2, must
file their names in the Graduate Of-
fice of Education, 4019 University High
School, not later than May 7.
Approyal for the following student-
sponsored activities becomes effective 24
hours after the publication of this no-
tice. All publicity for these events must
be withheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
April 23-25-Druids Honorary, Sale of
Twist Belts, Afternoons, the Diag.
May 3-Union, International Seminar
on Viet Nam, Union 3 R&S, 4:15 p.m.
April 21-Folklore Society, Lecture I
H. Walton, Union, 2 p.m.
May 13-Kappa Kappa Psi, Jazz Con-
cert, Union Ballroom, 8 p.m.
May 12-Graduate Outing Club, Folk
Dance, 4th Floor Rackham, 8-11 p.m.
Foreign Visitors
Following the the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on the
dates indicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the International Center: Mrs. Clif-
ford R. Miller.
Fukio Kaito, Senior Engineer, Nippon
Electric Co., Ltd., Kawasaki, Japan,
April 15-17.

Five Turkish Educators:
Miss Nadide Algan, Teacher, Bayazit
Experimental Elementary Sch., Turkey,
April 15-18.
Mehmet Baskan, Elementary School
Teacher & Supervisor, Turkey, April
Sevki Erisik, Inspector of Primary
Schools, Turkey, April 1a-18.
Mrs. Seref Oran, Elementary School
Teacher & Administrator, Turkey, April
Mrs. Feriha Tanrikut, Elementary
School Teacher, Turkey, April 15-18.
Mrs. Guzin Metya, Ayfer Bakkal, Es-
cort-Interpreters, Turkish Educators,
Turkey, April 15-18.
Stanislaw Malinowski, Prof. of Chem-
istry, Warsaw Institute of Technology;
Vice-Director, Institute of Organic Syn-
thesis, Polish Academy of Sciences, Po-
land, April 16-20.
Johannes Botha, Chief of the Divi-
sion for Adult Education & Youth Serv-
ices, Ministry of Educ., Pretoria, Union
of South Africa, April .19-23.
Mrs. Adrienne Marti, Administrator
in charge of cultural and social activi-
ties, Nat'l Center of Nat'l University
Programs, Ministry of Education, Paris,
France, April 18-22.
Stephen Bach, Foreign Student Ad-
visor, The British Council, London, Eng-
land, April 18-22.
Kurt Jauss, Foreign Student Advisor,
DAAD, Bonn, Germany, April 18-22.
Bahri Guiga, accompanied by Mrs.
Guiga and an interpreter, Law, Tunisia,
April 21-23.
Vincenzo Di Gregorio, Official, Direc-
torate General of Cultural Exchange,
Italian Ministry of Public Instruction,
Rome, Italy, April 23-28.
Robert E. Presswood, accompanied by
Mrs. Presswood, Director of Education,
Cardiff, Wales, April 23-29.
Events Tuesday
University Woodwind Quintet: The
University Woodwidn Quintet, Nelson
Hauenstein, flute; Florian Mueller,
oboe; Albert Luconi, clarinet; Louis
Stout, French horn; Lewis Cooper, bas-
soon, will play on Tues., April 17, 8:30
p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall, as-
sisted by Robert Hord, pianist. Compo-
sitions they will perform are by Anton
Reicha, Paul Cooper and Mozart. Open
to the public without charge.
University Lecture: Prof. F. Clark
Howell, Department of Anthropology,
University of Chicago, 4:10 p.m. in Aud.
B, Tues., April 17. Subject: "Some Re-
cent Developments in Knowledge of the
Earliest Hominids in Africa."
Events Wednesday
Film Showing: "Missile Safety at Van-
denberg AFB," a description of an Air
Force Missile base and its safety re-
quirements, and Atlas "D" Series Count-
down, a description of the last fifteen
minutes before launch, will be shown
in the Multi-Purpose Room, UGLI, at
4:00 ,.p.m. on April 18 and 19.
Guest Lecturer: Erich Hertzmann,
Prof. of Musicology, Columbia Univer-
sity, will speak on the subject, "Mozart
as Teacher," Wed., April 18, 4:15 p.m.,
in the Rackham Amphitheatre. Open
to the general public. On Thurs., April
19, 4:15 p.m.; in Lane Hall Aud., Dr.
Hertzmann will speak on the subject,
"The Techniques of Imitation in Ren-
aissance Music." This latter lecture is
a graduate seminar but open to inter-
ested individuals.
Degree Recital: Grace Zetterstrom,
organist, will present a recital on Wed.,
April 18, 8:30 p.m., in Hill Aud. in par-
tial fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree Bachelor of Music. Miss
Zetterstrom will perform the composi-
tions of Buxtehude, Bach, Alain,

Franch, and Dupra. Open to the general
Speech Assembly: Garnet R. Garri-
son, director of broadcasting, will speak
on "University Television: A Profile" on
Wed., April 18 at 4 p.m. in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Illustrated Public Lecture: "Political
Themes in Early Islamic Painting" by
Dr. Richard Ettinghausen, Freer Gal-
lery of Art, Washington; Wed., April
18, at 4:10 p.m. in Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Anatomy Seminar: Wed., April 18, 4
p.m., 2501 East Medical Bldg. Dr. Ray-
mond Kahn will speak on "Endocrinol-
ogy in a Test Tube."
Doctoral Examination for John
Charles Fisher, English Language and
Literature; thesis: "The Application of
Linguistic Description and Oral Pattern
Practice in Remedial English Composi-
tion," Wed., April 18, W. Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., at 3:00 p.m., Chairman,
A, K. Stevens.
Appointments-Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for interview ap-
pointments with the following:
Bankers Life and Casualty Co., Chi-
cago, Ill.-Men & Women; all degrees

with major in appro. field for follow-
ing progs.: Actuarial, Adv., Elec., Com-
puting, Insurance, Mgmt. Trng., Mkt.
Research, Office Mgmt., Personnel, Sec-
retarial, Writing, Publ. Relations, etc.
Central Intelligence Agency, Washing-
ton, D.C.-Locations: Washington and
overseas. 1) Jr. Officer Trng. Prog.-BA
no specific major. (Women-MA). 2)
Other professional positions-all degree
levels in Libl. Arts, Geography, Art,
Engnrs., Chem., Biol. & many others.
3) Clerical & Secretarial - Women; AB
any field plus typing and/or sten. Can
go overseas in 12-18 mo. 4) Editorial
positions-BA or MA; major in social
sci. or Engl.
American National Red Cross - Men
& Women; degree any field for positions
in Publ. Admin., Social Work, Recrea-
tion, & Community Organization. (Also
Women-Jr. & Sr. for Summer). Loca-
tion: Midwestern areas.
CIA-(See Tues.)
Employers Mutuals of Wausau, Wau-
sau, Wis.-Men; degree any field Liberal
Arts or LLB for various Insurance progs.
Women considered only for jobs as Aud-
it Reviewers.
American Hospital Supply Corp.,
Evanston, Ill--Salaried trng. progs. for
Mgmt. & Mktg. candidates now open for
men bet. ages of 22 & 28. 1) Industrial
Mktg. prog.-BA or MA Liberal Arts or
Bus. Ad. (or sci. degree). 2) Staff Mgmt.
Trainee Prog.-Libl. Arts or Bus. Ad.

degree. 3) Finance Mgmt. Trng.-Mini-
mum 10 hrs. in accounting.
Westminster Church Camp, Roscom-
mon, Mich.-G. Jahake is looking for a
Registered Nurse for the summer sea-
son. June grads acceptable.
Camp To-Ho-Ne, Mass. Coed-Mr. &
Mrs. Menaker will interview men &
women counselors. Especially in need of
men for Waterfront plus a Registered
nurse. Interviews Mon.-Wed., April 16-
18, from 1:30-5:00 p.m. .
The Jayson Camps, Mass.-A. Jayson
will interview men & women counselors
at the Summer Placement Wed.-Fri.,
April 18-20, from 1:30-5:00 p.m. & Fri.
all day.
American National Red Cross, St.
Louis, Mo--Men for Field Aides.
National Cash Register Co., Dayton, O.
-Positions for grad students who have
studied solid state physics, logic design
in integrated circuitry & computer
Come to Summer Placement for fur-

ther information.
Osburn & Goodnight, Certified Public
Accountants, Midland, Mich.-Recent or
June grad with desire to pursue career
in public accounting. Acc't. & related
courses of study.
Dow Corning Corp., Midland, Mich.-
Staff Assistant to Adv. Account Super-
visor. Degree preferably in Mktg., Adv.,
or Journalism with sci, minor (will ac-
cept Chem. Engrg. or Chem. degree).:
Desire men with up to 5 yrs. of exp 'r.
Hellmuth, Kassabaum, & Obata, St.
Louis, Mo.-Continuous opportunities
for Architects. Interested grads & above
average June grads.
Thalheimer-Weitz Architects & En-
gnrs., Philadelphia, Pa.-Interested in
individuals available at this time for
Design Dept.
Red Jacket Manufacturing Co., Dav-
enport, Iowa-Manufacturing Engnr.
with exper. primarily in field of build-
ing electric motors. ME or EE with 5
yrs. exper.

Please call General Div., Bureau of
Appointments. TM SAB, Ext. 3544 for
further information.
Par t-Time
Employment 1
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Building, during the following hours:
Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. 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.

1 -With programming ability plus fast,
accurate keypunch skills.
2-Full-time, experienced keypunch
1-Recreational Therapist. Must be a
good pianist and be able to im-
provise. 10 hours per week, some
evenings and weekends.
1-With programming ability plus fast,
accurate keypunch skills.
2-Full-time, experienced keypunch
1-Recreational Therapist. Must be a
good pianist and be able to impro-
vise. 10 hours per week, some even-
ings and weekends.
1-Older woman for desk clerk posi-
tion, to fill in when needed at odd
hours when someone is sick. Not
someone dependent on job for fi-
nancial support.


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