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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

(Continued from Page 4)
the regular meeting of February 14,
1962."
Appointed: Robert Ross as the Stu-
dent Government Council representative
to the Freshman Rendezvous Commit-
tee.
Adopted: Recommendation (Reading
and Discussion Committee) that the
Reading and Discussion Committee be
appointed from February to February.
Adopted: To calendar Student Gov-
ernment Council Spring Elections on
March 20 and 21, 1962.
Appointed: Council members to the
Interviewing Board for the Council Vac-
ancy: Paul Carder (ex officio), Dick
G'sell (elected).
Adopted: "To delegate Americans
Committed to World Responsibility as
liaison body between the campus and
the- Peace Corps."
Postponed: That Student Government
Council accept the proposed changes in
the constitution of the Wolverine Club.
Postponed: That Student Government
Council accept the proposed amend-
ments to the Assembly Association con-
stitution, which would, read as fol-
lows: "To amend. Article IV, Section
III, Sentence 3 by deleting, 'Who shall
be elected by the members of the As-
sociation"."'
Approved: That Student Government
Council accept the proposed amend-
ment to the Assembly Association Con-
stitution which would read as fol-
lows: "To amend Article IV, Section II
to read: 'The Assembly Dormitory
Council shall consist of one represen-
tative from each house, except for
Stockwell and Couzens, which shall
each have two. Each representative is
to be elected by house election and
she will be a voting member of her
House Council.' This shall be effective
the second semester of the 1961-62
school year."
Adopted: "That Student Govern-
ment Council send the following stu-
dents to the First Intercollegiate Con-
ference on Disarmament and Arms Con-
trol:Brian Glick (altenrate Bob Ross);
Mark Chesler (alternate Arnold Taub).
These delegates shall make their re-
ports to Student Government Council
in written and oral form as soon as
possible, and shall with the assistance
of the Administrative Vice-President
report to the student body in a pub-
lic meeting."I
Adopted: "That Student Govern-
inent Council send a letter to Rais
Khan, chairman of World University
Service on campus, expressing the
Council's. desire to earmark a substan-
tial percentage of funds from the World
University Service Fund Drive on this
campus to go to the Algerian student
fund.
That the President of the Council
write to the Union Generale Etudiants
Musulmans Algeriens (UGEMA), in-
forming them of the recommendations
to earmark funds collected in the
WUS drive if such recommendation is
accepted."
Postponed: Amendment to Student
Government Council plan providing for
initiative. and referendum by the stu-
dent body.
Events Friday
Doctoral Examination for Paul Hu-
bert Smith, History; thesis: "American
Loyalists in British Military Policy, 1775-
1781," Fri., Jan. 12, 3609 Haven Hall,
at 1:00 p.m. Chairman, W. B. Willcox.
Doctoral Examination for Arnold (Iil-
ton Ruskin, Engineering Materials;
thesis: "Zone Melting of Cyclohexane-
Rich Polystyrene-Cyclohexane Solid So-
lutions," Fri., Jan. 12, 3201 E. Engin.-
Bldg., "at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, G. Par-
ravano.
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. John R.
P. French, Professor of Psychology and
Program Director, Research Center for
Group Dynamics, will speak on "Per-
sonality, Identity, and Self Actualiza-
tion," Fri., Jan. 12, 4:15 p.m., Aud. B,
Angell Hall. Coffee Hour at 3:45 p.m.,
Mason Hall Lounge, Room 3417.
Sociology Colloquium: Immanuel Wal-
lerstein, Department of Sociology, Co-
lumbia University, speaking on "The
Drive Toward Unity in Contemporary
Africa," Fri., Jan. 12, 4:15 p.m., Aud. C,
Angell Hall.

Events Saturday
Doctoral Examination for George
Charatis, Physics; thesis: "Shock Tube
Determination of Chromium gf-Values,"
Sat., Jan. 13, 2038 Randall Lab., at
10:00 a.m. Chairman, 0. W. Mautz.
Concert: Richard Dyer-Bennet, re-
nowned folk singer and guitarist, in a
special concert in Rackham Aud., Sat.,
Jan. 13, at 8:30. Program will include
folk songs and art songs from Eng-
land, Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Aus-
tria, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and
the United States.
Tickets on sale at the offices of the
University Musical Society.
Placement
PLACEMENT INTERVIEW:
THURS. & FRI., JAN. 18 & 19-
Hardware Mutuals, Wis.--Sales Repre-
sentative for Ann Arbor. College bkgd.
& some exper.-preferably selling-but
not essential. Married, preferably with
family. Mr. Hewitt will interview at
Michigan Union. Please call him on
Thurs. (Jan. 18) after 10:00 a.m.-Fri.
(Jan. 19) at the Michigan Union for
appointment.
POSITION OPENINGS:
R. M. Schmitz & Co., Mgmt. Consult-
ants-Client firm in food & pharma-
ceutical field wants Regional Sales
Assts. Four posts: N.Y., Atlanta, Chi-
cago & San Francisco. Minimum col-
lege degree-MBA desirable. Food or al-
lied consumer package goods sales or
product mgmt. exper.
United States Gypsum Co., Southfield,
Mich.-Trainee position of Office En-
gineer in Detroit, applicant be willing
to relocate - probably to NE states.
Leads to position of Field Sales Engnr.
in either Industrial Materials or Con-
struction Materials. For IndustrialMa-
terials need degree in Sciences, General
Engrg. or Industrial Mgmt. & 2 yrs.
exper. For Construction Materials need
degree in Construction, Architecture,
CE, or General Engrg. & 2 yrs. exper.
U.S. Naval Orddnance Test Station,
China Lake, Calif.-Several vacancies
in Aeromechanics Div. Applicants
should possess appropriate exper. or
have advanced degree in aeronautical
or mechanical engrg., engrg., or applied
mechanics, or physics.
Detroit Civil Service-Last Filing Date
for Public Aid Worker-Men & Women
-is Jan. 12, 1962. Last Filing Date for
Historical Museum Ass't.-Woman-is
Jan. 18, 1962.
Library of Congress-Openings as fol-
lows: Music Cataloger for Copyright
Office; Manuscripts Cataloger for De-
scriptive Cataloging Div.; Classifica-
tion Officer for Personnel Office; Slav-
ic Science Acquistion Specialist; Sci-
ence Specialist; Assistant Chief for
Science & Tech. Div.
* * *
Please call General Div., Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for
further information.
Part-Time
Employment
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 contact Jack Lardie, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, exten-
sion 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily. -
MALE
1-To live in and supervise group
activities two nights during the
week 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. and either
Saturday or Sunday 1 p.m. until
10:30 p.m., $1.25 per hour.
-Several busboys, 12:00-2:00 and 5:30-
7:30. Pay rate is $1.00 per hour.
-Several salesmen to work from 4 or
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday at
$1.25 per hour.
-Several credit interviewers wanted.
Hours are flexible at a $1.40 to $1.50
per hour. (For the week of Feb. 1st.)
-Animal caretakers to work from 6
a.m. to 10 a.m. every morning, Sat-
urdays and some holidays. Must be
married.
FEMALE
-Several- waitresses, 12:00-2:00 and
5:00-7:30. Pay rate is 85c per hour.
1-Baby sitter and house keeper to
live in, evenings and weekends off.
Room and board plus salary. t
-Several saleswomen to work from 4
or 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday
at $1.25 per hour.

LARGE DBLE. ROOMS available Feb.
1. Excellent location, NO 8-8764. 017
PARKING SPACE close to East Quad,
$5.50 per month. Call NO 3-4322. 08
LOT PARKING available. Call NO 2-
1443. C31
PLEASANT ROOM available Feb. 1.
Call NO 2-1443. C30
TWO-CAR shelters available at 1022
Forest. Call NO 2-5035 after 6 p.m. 022
LARGE, furnished apartment for 2,
3, or 4 persons. 910 West Washington,
NO 5-0763. C28
ONE-HALF DOUBLE ROOM, cheap, $7.50
week. Refrigerator and free parking
available now. NO 3-9161. C21
NICE ROOM, two blocks from campus,
one block from eating places. Quiet
street. 3-4685, 3120 Forest Court. C18
TWO Furnished Apts. 3 Room, bath
& garage $70. Small 2-room & bath
$45. NO 8-7673 after 5 p.m. C13
CAMPUS LOCATION-Furnished three
bedroom house suitable for four or
five students. $200 mo. Phone 3-4062.
C27
ROOMS FOR MEN STUDENTS-Doubles
and singles, linens furnished, one
block from law school. 808 Oakland.
C23
FURNISHED APARTMENT for 3, in-
cluding utilities. $135. Hill between
State and Packard. Available Feb.
NO 5-0798. 022
STEADY MALE GRADUATE. Business
or Professional preference. Modern,
clean, quiet home. Telephone: NO
2-4738. C12
3-RM., modern furnished apt., near
campus. Bunk beds, laundry facili-
ties. Available from Jan. 15 on. Call
NO 3-4325. C11
SMALL OFFICE on Campus-Pleasant
and quiet. Ideal set-up for Ph.D can-
didate. $18.50/mth. Phone 66-58825.
06
THREE-BEDROOM ranch home on
Whitmore Lake. Completely furnished.
Perfect for graduate student with
car. Call Detroit, TU 2-9661. C3
SENIOR OR GRAD-Male needed to
share exceptionally modern, attrac-
tive, furnished apartment. Located
3 blocks from campus. Call evenings,
NO 3-2104. C15
LARGE HOUSE FOR RENT-Sleeping
quarters for six; living, dining, kit-
chen, study, and laundry room with
automatic washer and dryer. Avail-
able Feb. 18. Call NO 2-6427. C24
APARTMENT - Unfurnished, 3-room,
stove, refrigerator, and utilities fur-
nished except electricity. Two boys or
couple, babies welcome. Walking dis-
tance to campus. $80. 828 Brookwood
off Packard. C19
$95 - Modern, attractive, three-room
apartment. Large living room with
fireplace, private entrance, unfur-
nished except for stove and refriger-
ator. All utilities furnished. Available
February 1. No children. See by ap-
pointment. Call NO 3-3045. 026

ARE YOU
THE MADISON
TYPE?

AV E.

2 bedroom apartments 500 yds. from
Union. New, furnished, carpeted,
luxurious. Air conditioned, full kit-
chen, parking. Call NO 3-6357, 320
E. Madison.
Open Sat. and Sun. Afternoons
-i' ll' ,

University Symphony Orchestra: The
University, of Michigan Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction of guest
conductor, A. Clyde Roller, will pre-
sent a concert in conjunction with
the Seventeenth Annual Midwestern
Conference on School Vocal and In-
strumental Music on Fri., Jan. 12, 8:30
p.m., Hill Auditorium. Compositions to
be performed are by Beethoven,
Brahms, Vaughan-Williams, and Tschai-
kovsky. Open to the public.

m

SECRETARY WANTED - Small office,
pleasant surroundings, half days, five
days per week. Write Box 26, Michigan
Daily. H9

MEN'S
SHOE
SALE
A group selected from our regular stocks of John-
ยง ston & Murphy -French-Shriner - G. H. Bass,
-- Wright Arch-Preservers and English imports.
Styles include heavy brogues - wing-tips and
moccasin toes. Some with leather, some with rub-
ber soles but naturally not every size in all sizes.
The shoes are priced in three groups with savings
up to $10 a pair.
GROUP A GROUP B GROUP C
$7 9 129 199
Values to 17.95 to 21.95 to 29.95
A FEW HOUSE SLIPPERS
including some worm-lined ones.
Values to $7.95
Your choice .
$375

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