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October 22, 1961 - Image 5

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THEMICH G ANILY______________

All Teacher's Certificate Candidates:
The Teacher's Certificate application is
dlue at the beginning of the junior
year. It should be turned in to the
School of Education by November first.
The ad ress is 1203 University High
Concert. The .Boston Symphony Or-
chestra, Charles Munch, Conductor, will
be presented at 2:30 p.m. in Hill Aud.
The following program will be heard:
"Copland's "Quiet 'City"- Debussy's
"Iberia"; and the Beethoven Symphony
No. 3 (Eroica).
The box office in Hill Aud. will be
open at 1:00 p.m. preceding the .con-.

French Lecture: "La Culture Francalse
aujourd'hui" by M. Morot-Sir, French
Cultural Counselor in the U.S., Mon.,
Oct. 23 at 8:00 p.m., UGLI Multipur-
purpose room.
Cooley Lectures for 1961: Towards Ad-
ministrative Justice. Dr. H. W. R.
Wade, Prof. of English Law, St. Johns
College,- Oxford, England, will speak
on "Hearings in Britain" at 4:15 p.m.
on Mon., Oct. 23 in 100 Hutchins Hall.
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture:
"Mythical Tradition and Literary Fic-
tion: The Responsibility of Fabius Plc-

Stochastic Programming Seminar: Will
meet Mon., Oct. 23, 1961 at 4 p.m. in
247A West Engineering. Randall E.
Cline will speak "On Generalized In-
verse Representations."
Automatic Programming and Numer-
ical Anaylsis Seminar: "IQ Supervisor
for the IBM 709 (cont.)" by Robert M..
Graham on Mon., Oct. 23 at 4:15 p.m.
in Computing Center, Seminar Room.
Social Work-Social Science Collo-
quium-Presents Rosemary Saari, "A
Comparative Study of Self-Image Per-
spectives of Institutionalized Male De-
linquents," Mon., Oct. 23, 4:30 p.m.,
2nd floor aud., Frieze Bldg..



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flected in Colebrook's color-mated cardigan and slim skirt.
The skirt, flame red, in sizes 10 to 18, $12.95. The cardi-
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ground, in size 36-40, $12.95.
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Center . . . The piece de resistance for urban lvig-the
casual ensemble in basketweave wool, expertly tailored
by EvanzPicone. The suit comes in raspberry and emerald
with its own silk printed ascot scarf. Sizes 10-14, $35.00.
Above, right . . . The new tunic sweater, sashed at the

waistline, in raspberry. Sizes 36-40, $14.95. Team the
sweater with a new A-line skirt by Evan Picone for one
long fluid line. The skirt comes in raspberry tweed in
sizes 8 to 16. $19.95.

of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for inter-
view appointments with the following:
MON., OCT. 23-
U.S. Marines, Detroit Marine Officer
Procurement Office, Mich.-Age 17-26,
at least "C" average. Exhibit held 9:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (Mon.-Wed.) on
ground floor Michigan Union. Inter-
ested candidates may talk with per-
sonnel at the exhibit. Vacancies exist
for both ground & aviation training.
TUES., OCT. 24-
U.S. Marines (see Mon.).
The Ohio Oil Company, Findlay, Ohio
(p.m.)-;Location of work: Ohio, Ind.,
Ill., Mich., Ky., Wis. Feb. grads with
degrees in Liberal Arts or Bus. Ad. for
Marketing Sales Training Program.
Three hours 'of accounting required.
WED., OCT. 25-
U.S. Marines (see Mon.).
U.S. CiviI Service Commission, VII
Region - Representatives will provide
information for any interested student
concerning positions which 'come under
Civil Service, a~s well as:
1. Railroad Retirement Board-Statis-
tician for Men & WOMEN with BA
or BS & 15 hrs. in statistics & 9 hrs.
in social sciences. Must have "B" aver-
age in undergraduate work or 1 yr.
grad study or exper. Actuary for men
with degree in math. Attorney.
2. Social Security Administration -
Claims Representative Trainees for men
or WOMEN with any degree. Student
Assistants for men & WOMEN with any
degree for jobs during summer of 1962.
U.S. Department of Defense (p.m.)-
Location of work: Office of Sec. of
Defense. Feb. & June grads with de-
grees in Public or Bus. Ad., Poll. St.,
Econ., & Law for positions as Executive
Trainees. Will be assigned to various
areas of Defense Management.
If interested in summer jobs, there
will be, a meeting on Aud. C, Angell
Hall on Tues., October, 24th at 4:00 p.m.
Summer Placement has jobs in Gov-
ernment, Camps, Resorts, Business &
industry throughout U.S'
THURS., OCT. 26-
Camp Thunderbird & Camp Fern-
wood, Poland, Maine - Charles King,,
owner & director of these camps will
interview men & WOMEN counselors
in room 3230 SAB from 9:00 a.m. on.
People with camping exper. & who
will be 20 yrs. old by June '62 may in-
MON., OCT. 30-
Camp Winnebego, Fayette, Maine --
For boys. Hqward Lilienthal will in-
terview men for counselors in follow-
ing positions: Swimming, Tennis, Pho-
tographer, & Sailing.
For further information, visit the
Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB.
Ojen every weekday afternoon from
1:00 to 5:00 and all lay Friday.


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Inter-Fraternity Council




To Present
On Folklore
The Television Center will add
a new series on Italy and folklore
to its extensive educational pro-
gram this fall.
"The Story of Italy" will be
telecast for the first time On Oct.
29 in Kalamazoo and Lansing.
The series deals with Italy's past
and present. During the course of
ten programs hosted by Prof.
George Kish of the geography de-
partment, the audience will see
what Etruscans, Greeks and Ro-
mans contributed to Italian cul-
ture. Attention will be focused on
Italy in the Middle Ages and Rome
will be discussed in relationship to
the great periods of Western civ-
Modern Italy
Several of the programs will be
devoted to modern Italy. The tri-
umph of her post-war economy,
which brought her from the brink
of destruction of prosperity, will
be studied and analyzed.
One program probes into the
political situation and examines
the reasons for her consistently
large Communist vote. Her efforts.
at land reform, economic develop-
ment, and her role in NATO are
all included in these discussions.
Have wuest Experts
Throughout the series the pro-
grams will be supplemented by
drawings, photographs, and film
segments as well as by guest ex-
perts in the fields' of ancient his-
tory, politics, economics music,
and art.
The second of the new pro-
grams is entitled "Folklore: USA."
Some Michigan viewers have seen
this series over their local net-
works. It deals with the tradition
of folklore in the United States.
Each program covers a. different
aspect of the field. Its host is Prof.
Niel Snortumn of the University.
Folklore Topic
Folklore, an extremely wide
topic, embraces songs, jokes, cures,
riddles, proverbs, tales, arts, crafts
and dance. Some of the most in-
teresting of these topics singled
out by the producers of this se-
ries are work songs, the persist-
ence of the spoken tale, and the
customs and beliefs of the past.
The University Television Cen-
ter is at present broadcasting
programs on liberty, world cities
and modern medicine.


October 25
3k M. Union




Senior officers and committee chairmen
will be introduced.
Inter-Fraternity Council







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