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IT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY,

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Gaduate Students expecting to re-
ceive the master's degree In June,
1P63, must file a diploma application
with the Recorder of the Grad. School
by Fri., Feb. 22. A student will not
be recommended for a degree unless
he has filed formal application in the
office of the Grad School.
Graduate Students: Your attention
is called to a revision in the regulation
concerning changes in course elections,
effective as of Sept., 1962.
1) No course may be elected after
the first two weeks of a" sem;.
2) If, without good reason, a course
is dropped after the end of the fourth
week of a sem., it will be recorded with
a grade of E.
Fall Semester Fees: At least 50% is
due and payable on or before Feb. 25.
Non payment of at least 50% by Feb.
25, will result in the assessment of a
delinquent penalty of' $5.00.
Mail payments postmarked after due
date, Feb. 25,.are late and subject to
penalty.
Mail early. Payments may be made
in person at the Cashier's Office, 1015
Admin. Bldg., before 4:30 p.m. Feb. 25.
Placement
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-.
Melody Fair (Musical Tent), Buffalo,
N.Y.-Chorus Auditions-Singers-Male
& Female. To play with some of the
greatest stars in show business (How-
ard Keel, Jane Powell, John Raitt, Steve
Lawrence, etc.) during the summer of
1963 (June thru Sept.). Auditions to
be held in Rm. 3G of the Michigan
Union on Thurs., Feb. 14 (today) from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Singers must furnish
own accompanist.,,
POSITION OPENINGS:
Norris, Perne & French, Grand Rap-
ids, Mich. - Investment Management
Trainee. Man with degree in Bus. Ad.,
Law, or Engrg. Perhaps five yrs. work
exper.-interest in stocks & bonds. Mili-
tary obli. completed. Age 27-32. Will be
trained to manageĀ° personal invest-
mentsof clients, counsel. Will involve
considerable research & study of gen-"
eral economy & money markets as well
as political & social trends.
A. M. Thomson, Sand & Gravel,
Northville, Mich. - Civil Engineer -
must be registered land surveyor. Some
exper. required. Future oppor. to es-
tablish own business with assistance
of owner. Will do land surveying.
Perfect Circle Corp., Hagerstown, Ind.
-Oppor. available in EDP programming,
for qualified alumni considering a
change in employment. Seeking an ex-
perienced 1401 programmer.
Libbey-nwens-Ford Glass Co., Toledo,
Ohio-Opening for an individual with a
BS degree in Physics with a strong
mathematics bkgd.
Ford Motor. Credit Corp.; Dearborn,
Mich.-Statistical Analyst to do basic
research, analyze & plan. Typing accur-
acy required. Individual should have
originality. BA with math minor. 1-2
yrs. indust. or business exper. Age: 23
& up.
Interchemical Corp., Cincinnati, Ohio
-Opening for Chemist in Clifton, N.J.;
Newark, N.J.; Cincinnati, Ohio; or Los:
Angeles, Calif. Man with BS in Chem.
or ChE. Prefer 2-4 yrs. exper, in Prod-
uct Dev.
Veterans Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich-
-MedicalsTechnician with 3 yrs. clini-
cal lab. exper. OR educ. may be substi-
tuted in lieu of exper. Will work on
dental research project. This is a Civil
Service position.

Sverdrup & Parcel & Assoc., St. Louis,
Mo. - Graduate Civil & Structural
Engnrs. for work on design of major
bridges & unusual structures. Pref. En-
gnrs. who have advanced courses & de-
grees.
Smithsonian Institution, Astrophysi-
cal Observatory, Cambridge, Mass. -
Oppor. for Feb. & June grads to be
Observers to operate satellite tracking
stations & to provide for possible net-
work enlargement. Need grads in
Engrg., Physics, Geodesy & Astronomy.
Holophane Co., New York, N.Y. -
Engrg. graduates with EE degrees (or
other engrg. degrees with electrical
electives) for positions in Product De-
sign, Production & Sales.
Thompson - Ramo Wooldridge, Inc.,
Cleveland, Ohio-Many & various tech-
nical openings including: Space Power
Dev. Engnr,; Thermal Stress Engnr.;
Res. Engnr.; Dev. Engnr.; Program Plan-
ner; Sr. Technical Writer; Metallurgist;
Chemist; Res. Chemist; Analyt. Chem-
ist; etc.
State of Illinois, Dept. of Mental
Health-Many & various openings in the
Dixon State School in Dixon, 1l. Posi-
tions include: Physicians; Social Work-
er: Psychologists; Elementary Teacher;
Teacher of Exceptional Children; Re-
hab Counselor; Rec. Workers; Indust.
Therapists; Nurses; etc.
* * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign- interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg, for the following:
FEB. 15-
ACF Industries, Inc., Albuquerque
Div., New Mexico-BS: ChE, EE, ME &
Met. Men & Women. R. & D., Des.,
Prod.
Consumers Power Co., Lower Mich.-
BS-MS: ChE, EE & ME. EE, ME & ChE
-Trng. Prog. & Elec. Operations. ME &
Chem.-Gas Engrg.
Mason & Hanger, Silas Mason Co.,
Inc., San Antonio & Amarillo, Texas,
New Orleans, La., & Burlington, Iowa-
BS-MS: ChE, CE, EE, IE & ME. ES:
Math. Men & Women. R. & D., Des.,
Prod.
MIT-Lincoln Lab., Lexington, Mass.
-All Degrees: EE & Instru. MS: Physics
& Math. Men & Women. R. & D..t

John J. Nesbitt, Inc., Sales nationwide
-Some choice of location can be made
by sales personnel-BS: EE, E Math,
EM, lE & ME. R. & D. & Sales.
Pullman-Standard - BS-MS: Applied
Mech's. EM & ME. R. & D., Des. 2 yr.
trng. prog. of rotating assignments
leading to permanent assignments in
R. & D. or Des.
Republic Aviation Corp., Farmingdale,
N.Y.-All Degrees: AE & Astro., EE &
ME. BS: EM & E Physics. PhD: Com-
mun. Sci. Men & Women. R. & D., Des.
& Prod.
Sealed Power Corp., Muskegon, Mich.
-BS: ChE, ME. R. & D., Des. & Sales.
Sinclair Research, Inc, Harvey, Ill.-
BS-MS: ChE. R. & D.
Sperry Gyroscope Co., Great Neck, N.Y.
-All Degrees: E. Men & Women. R. &
D., Des., Prod.
Sperry Phoenix Co., Phoenix, Ariz.-
BS: EE. MS: EE & ME. Men & Women.
Sperry Utah Co., Salt Lake City, Utah
-BS-MS: EE or AE. Men & Women.,
Tennessee Valley' Authority, Tenn.
Valley area, principally in Knoxville &
Chattanooga, Tenn.-BS-MS: CE. BS:
EE & ME. Men & Women. R. & D.,
Des., Prod., Constru., Planning, Opera-
tions, Tech. Reports, Plant Records.
Timken Roller Bearing Co., Bearing
& Steel & Tube Divs., Canton, Ohio-
BS: IE, ME & Met. Des., Prod. & Sales.
United Aircraft Corp., Corporate Sys-
tems Center, Farmington, Conn.-BS-
MS: AE & Astro., EE; E Math, E Physics
& ME, Physics & Math. Men & Women.
R. & D., Des., Systems Engrg.
US. Gov't., Bureau of Reclamation,
Throughout 18 Western States-BS-MS:
CE, EE, E Math, EM & ME & Construc-
tion. Men & Women. R. & D., Des. &
Construction.
TON IGHTS FEATURE
5:00-7:00 p.m.
BROILED HALF CHICKEN
CENTER ROOM
Michigan Union Cafeteria

A Midsummer Night's Dream

The opening ' tonight of the
Association of Producing Artists'
production of "A Midsummer
Night's Dream" will begin the first
Shakespeare festival in Ann Arbor
history.
Rounding out the festival which
is being present in advance com-
memoration of the approaching
400th anniversary of Shake-
spear's birth c ill be a modern
dress version of "The Merchant of
Venice" followed by "The Tragical
History of King Richard the Sec-
ond,."
The APA returned from New
York to Ann Arbor for rehearsals
in January bringing back many
well-remembered artists from its
Fall Festival to play in "A Mid-
summer Night's Dream."
Among those returning are
Rosemary Harris who will play
Titania opposite her husband,
APA artistic director, Ellis Rabb,
who will play Oberon and Will
Geer.,
Richard Baldridge, the Profes-
sional Theatre Program's play-
wright-in-residence, will make the
APA festival unique with a novel,
contemporary, staging of "The
Merchant of Venice." The full
APA company will appear in this
production.
Climaxing the winter festival
will be a tragedy in which Ellis
Rabb will play the role of Richard
II. Jonathan Farwell will portray
Bolingbroke and Will Geer will
appear as John O'Gaunt.
TEXT and LAYOUT
by
DEBORAH BEATTI E
PHOtOGRAPHS
by
'JAMES KESON

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ASSIGNING PARTS-Richard Wood gives out parts to be played in "Pyramus and Thisbe," the play within a play in Shakespeare's
comedy-romance "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Appearing in this scene with Wood are Will Geer, Larry Lindell,.Keene Curtis, Ed
Flanders and Rod Bladel. New players in the first production of the APA's Winter Festival include Ellen and Kate Geer, day -hbers
of Will Geer, Linville, Flanders. Laurinda Barrett, Sydney Walker, Jonathan Farwell and Gordon Gould. Rosemarry Harris will play Ti-
tania; 72llis Rabb will portray Oberon; and Clayton Corzatte will play the role of Puck. The play"opens tonight at 8:30 p.m. in True-
blood Aud.

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The Merchant of V enice

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Four different ways to make going
more fun than getting there

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You can see why one of America's
favorite outdoor sports is driving
Chevrolets, with four entirely different
kinds of cars to choose from. There's
the Jet-smooth Chevrolet, about as luxu-
rious as you can go without going over-
board in price; the low-cost
Chevy II, a good-looking car
that would send any family'
packing; another family
favorite, the sporty Corvair,
whose rear-engine traction Keeps Go

will make you think that ice and snow
are kid stuff; and for pure adventure,
America's only sports car, Corvette-
now in two all-new versions with looks
that can stop traffic like a rush-hour
blizzard. Picked your favorite already?
The next thing is to take
the wheel at your Chevrolet
dealer's. If that doesn't have
you thinking of places to
go, maybe you'd rather just
ng Greaf have a ball around town!

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WHICH CASKET?-Rosemary Harris as Portia in "The Mer-
chant of Venice" waits hopefully with Bassanio, her lover, decides
which casket will give him permission to marry her.

MODERN DRESS-Sidney Walker as Antonio carries out an old theme in contemporary dress In a
scene with Gordon Gould, Keene Curtis and Edward Cambriax in Shakespeare's dark comedy, "The
Merchant of Venice."
Tragical History of Richard II

JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUPE

CHEVY I NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE

The PTP
The Shakespeare festival is the
climax of the .first year of the
Professional Theatre Program's
activities.
The program which was design-
ed to expand the opportunities for
creative enjoyment and apprecia-
tion of the performing arts by the
University, community and state
was launched by its executive di-
rector, Robert C. Schnitzer.
In addition to the Association
of Producing Artists. the PTP
sponsored Helen Hayes and Mau-
rice Evans in "A Program for Two
Players" and Dame Judith Ander-
son in "Media '62," lectures and
discussions by Henry Hewes,
drama critic for the Saturday Re-
view of Literature, and Lee Stras-
berg, director of the Actor's Stu-
dio in New York. Jose Limon's
dance concert last Saturday was
also under the auspices of the
PTP.
The PTP also sponsors a play-
wright-in-residence, which posi-
tion was held this year by Rich-
ard Baldridge.
The winter festival is the sec-
ond series of plays produced by
the APA at the University this
year. In the fall the PTP intro-
duced the company in a drama

CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE

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