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THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

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IMPORTED GIFTS
JEWELRY: India Turquoise, India Filigree, Ro.ck Crystal
and Siamese.
ROBES: Raw Silk, Silk Brocade, and Cotton
OEVENING BAGS: Beaded and.Satin ^
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University Receives,21 Grants
For Graduate Study Program

The University has received sup-
port for 21 National Defense Grad-
uate Fellowship Programs for the
1962-63 school year.
The United States Commissioner
of Education recently approved
571 such programs at 157 colleges
and universities. Individual fellow-
ships in these programs will be
awarded to 1,500 graduate stet-
dents in these approved programs
around April 15.
The University will receive four
fellowships in the field of develop-
ment economics, ,two in adaptive
control systems in electrical en-
gineering, two in plasma physics
in electrical engineering, two in
solid state and semiconductors in
electrical engineering, two in the
European program in comparative
education, and two in the Asian
program of comparative education.
Third Highest
Three fellowships will be award-

A total of 59 fellowships will be
awarded in Michigan, giving the
state the third highest total. It is
outranked only by New York with
123 grants and California with 95.
Michigan State University has
received approval for a total of
23 grants in the fields of agricul-
ture in international econnomic
development, econometrics, educa-
tional media, comparative litera-
ture, special education, educational
research design and development,
paleobotany, history of interna-
tional relations and nuclear psys-
ics.
Wayne State
ics, history, special education and
Wayne State University, with
15 individual grants has approval
for programs in economics, phys-
vocational rehabilitation, experi-
mental psychology and biology.
Of the 571 programs which will
be supported, 398 have received
such support in the past years and
are being awarded additional fel-
lowships. Only 173 of the programs
are being supported for the first
time.
- The programs to be supported
were chosen from 1,120 requests
submitted by 173 institutions
which proposed a total of 5,621
individual fellowships. The pro-
posals were reviewed and ranked
by the Title IV Advisory Commit-
tee aided by an 11-member con-

sultant panel composed of college
professors, deans and professors.
49 States
The Office of Education studied
their proposals which served as
the basis for the final list of ap-
proved programs.
Every state except Alaska has
universities and colleges partici-
pating in the program. No fellow-
ships will be awarded in the Dis-
trict of Columbia.
The entire list of aproved pro-
grams has been distributed
arong six different fields. The
humanities will receive 21.1 per
cent, education 9.6 per cent, social
sciences 24.8 per cent biological
sciences 16 per cent, physicals
sciences and mathematics 17 per
cent and engineering 11.5 per
cent.
Receive Payment
For each fellow enrolled in an
approved graduate program, the
school will receive payment up to
$2,500 for the cost of his educa-
tion.
The fellows receive stipends of
$2,000 in the first year, $2,200
in the second and $2,400 in the
third. They also receive an allow-
ance of $400 for each dependent.
To date, 4,000 fellowships have
been awarded, 1,000 for study be-
ginning in the 1959-60 year and
1,500 each for the 1960-61 and
the 1961-62 academic years.

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ALL I WANT for Christmas is a ski
weekend. F13
COOKIES: It's been our observation
from this lowly situation that; your
dinner invitation was a mild sensa-
tion. F12
KIRKWOOD, how come you aren't pe-
titioning for Joint Judic? F20
BEV, What's this about a bathtb? N.
F29!
I'M DREAMING of a ski weekend,
better than the one last year. F18
DENNY-You still don't know who
did it, do you? Have faith. Keep on
guessing. F17
AL, you need an American for the
Christmas tournament, WB. F16
SUE, your tonsils are O.K., but your
throat must coipe out. "Layne Ray"
F15
WE LOVE YOU BEN & WE NEED
YOU. THE THETA MU DELTS. F21

ed in cartography, three in
tical behavior and one in
munication sciences.

poli-
com-

Colege.
Roundup
BLOOMINGTON-The Indiana
University Student Senate passed
a bill to set up a National Student
Association executive-legislative
committee.
The committee is designed to
inform the student body of the
activities of the NSA and to pro-
vide information supplied by the
NSA.
SEATTLE-The Board of Re-,
gents of the University of Wash-
ington decided that a fallout shel-
ter will be built into the third
unit of a proposed 800-unit dorm-
itory.
PHILADELPHIA-Temple Uni-
versity has instituted a new stu-
dent behavior code which allows
Pinkerton guards and garduate
students to ticket students for
such violations as illegal, parking,
smoking, fraudulent use of an ID
card and "conduct unbecoming an
adult."
Atkinson To View
Motivation Study
Dr. John W. Atkinson of the
psychology department will speak
on "A Premise for Research On
Motivation" at 4:15 p.m. today in
Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Coffee will be served at 3:45
in 3417 Angell Hall.

Will pay "folding
green" for U.S.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Varian Associates, Palo Alto, Calif.-
PhD: EE. Summer Employment: Will
consider PhD candidates. R. & D.
SUMMER PLACEMENT: 212 SAB--
Detroit Civil Service-Will be inter-
viewing at Summer Placement begin-
ning 9:00 a.m. Wed., Dec. 13. Looking
for Camp Counselors, Play Leaders,
Public Service Attendants, Swimming
Positions, Park Maintenance Ass'ts. &
Student Engnrs. You must be from De-
troit proper!!
American National Red Cross-Look-
oking for people entering Junior or Sen-
ior year next fall, to be Case Aides
& Recreation Aides in Selected Mili-
tary Hospitals.
Argonne National Laboratory, Ar-
gonne, Il1.-Student Aid Program for
undergraduates forsummer '62. Filing
deadline is Jan., 15, 1962. Positions in
Applied Math, Biology & Medicine,
Chem. Engrg., Chem., EE, High Energy
Physics, ME, and many others. Appli-
cations available at 212 SAB.
Come to Summer Placement Service
for further information.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Rohm & Haas Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
-Financial position for subsidiary
operation in Milan, Italy. Candidate
should be Italian or another European
national. Bkgd. in Accounting & Fi-
nancial Work.
Military Traffic Mgmt. Agency, U.S.
Army, Washington, D.C. - Openings for
Statisticians at various levels. All re-
quire degree with major in Statistics.
0-2 yrs. exper. depending on level.
Must pass written exam. Applications
at Bureau.
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co., De-
troit-Seeking individuals qualified in
Data Processing & with some Account-
ing bkgd. Company is changing whole
accounting & billing set up to machine
& data processing.
Philadelphia Civil Service-Sanitary
Engineer III for grad with major course.
work in Civil, Chemical or Sanitary
Engrg.; Chemistry; or Biochem. Five
yrs. of professional engrg. exper. In
water purification including 1 yr. In
supervisory capacity. Residence waived.
Closing date for application: Jan. 3,
1962.
Michigan Dept. of Health - Openings
for Physical Therapists. Grad of ap-
proved school of Physical Therapy. Two
yrs. of 'exper. including at least 1 yr.

working with adults. Location of work:
one position-out of Lansing. One po-
sition-eastern Mich., Flintvicinity.
Chamber ofy Commnerge Orgn., Local
Vicinity-Assistant Manager to handle
Retail Merchants Div. & take charge
of the Master Plan Development for
central business area. Will serve as co-
ordinator of all activities embracing
retail merchants of area, assist in sales
clinics, work on parking & traffic
problems, etc. Requires considerable
knowledge of retailing. -
For further information please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time lobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 SAB: Monday tbru
Friday 8 a.m. til =2 noon and 1:30 til
5 pm.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Jack L'ardie, at
NO 3-1511 ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs "should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MEN
-Several salesmen to sell magazine
subscriptions.
--Salesmen to sell college sportswear
for men.
1-Engineering student, must be at
least a junior, background in ra-
dio-isotope.
1-Experienced typesetter, 20 hours per
week or more.
1-Senior high school English and Tri-
gonometry tutor, 1 hour per day
for each subject, 5 days per week.
FEMALE
1-Waitress, work lunches, Monday
thru Friday.
1-Babysitter, housekeeper, live in,
weekends off.
1-Experienced histologist, every after-
noon or 2-3 full days, per week.
1-Rent room in private home, act as
secretary approximately 3 evenings
per week thru 2nd semester. Pay,
rate to be arranged.
1-Senior high school English 'and Tri-
gonometry tutor, 1 hour per day
for each subject, 5 days per week.

Tell me what you have
and bring it back
after vacation.
ARBORLAND COINS
2420 Buckingham
Ann Arbor, Michigan

BETTER watch out, better notd cry, or
before you know it, ski weekend will
be by. Flo
WANTED: ad pair of strong legs. Am
planning to tour Europe by bicycle
next summer and am looking for a
partner. If interested call/235 Ander-
son House, E. Quad. F5
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from our mines to you, Robert
Haack, diamond importers, 201 S.
Main St. NO 3-0653. F30
THE PERFECT Christmas Gift. A Daily
reminder of you for far away loved
ones. Give them a subscription to
the Michigan Daily. Can be mailed
anywhere. Call NO 2-3241. F3
GIRLS, make your appointment( per-
sonal, of course) with Santa Claus
NOW. This Is the best way to get
your fondest wishes to come true.
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ists to answer our phones. If you
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