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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. A]

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page -9)
Maps," Sat., April 27, 3017 Angell Hall,
at 11:00 a.m. Chairman, H. H. Schaefer.
Degree Recital: Sandra Stouffer, so-
prano, will present a recital on Sat.,
April 27, 8:30 p.m. in Lane Hall Aud.,
in partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree Master of Music.
Accompanying Mrs. Stouffer will be
Constance Speake, pianist, and Jack
Colangelo, clarinet. Mrs. Stouffer will
sing the compositions of Purcell, Han-
del, Haydn, Brahms,BSchubert, Pizzetti,
Cimara, Respighi, Barber and Hage-
man. Her recital is open to the public.
The following sponsored student events
are approved for the coming weekend.
Social chairmen are reminded that
requests for approval for social events
are due in the Office of Student Af-
fairs not later than 12 o'clock noon
on the Tuesday prior to the event.
APRIL 26-
Allen Rumsey, Open Open, W.Q.; Al-
pha Tau Omega, Party, 1415 Cambridge;
Delta Upsilon, Exchange Dinner, 1331
Hill; Delta Upsilon, Party, 1331 Hill;
Lambda Chi Alpha, Exchange Dinner,
1601 Washtenaw; Prescott-Tyler, Open
Open, E.Q.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, House
Party, 733 S. State; Winchell House,
Open Open, W.Q.
APRIL 27-
Allen Rumsey, Open Open, W.Q.; Al-
pha Delta Phi, Band Party, 556 S. State;
Alpha Sigma Phi, Province Party, 920
Baldwin; Alpha Tau Omega, Party, 1415
Cambridge; Anderson, Open Open, E.Q.;
Barristers Society, Crease Ball, Lawyers
Club; Beta Theta Pi, Band Party ,604 S.
State; Chi Phi, Rock & Roll Party, 1530
Washtenaw; Chi Psi, Band Party, 620 S.
State; Chicago, Informal after skit
night, W.Q.; Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Pledge Formal, 1912 Gedes; Delta Sigma
Delta, Dance, 1502 Hill.
Delta Tau Delta, Party, 1928 Geddes;
Delta Upsilon, Party, 1331 Hill; Evans
Scholars, Epring weekend dance, 1004
Olivia; Frederick House, Open Open,
S.Q.; Greene, Open Open, E.Q.; Huber,
Lounge Party-Open open, S.Q.; Michi-
gan, Open Open, W.Q.; Phi Gamma
Delta, Record Party, 707 Oxford; Phi
Kappa Psi, Band Party, 1550 Washtenaw;
Pi Lambda Phi, Band Party, 715 Hill St.;
Prescott-Tyler, Open Open, E.Q.; Psi
Upsilon, Dance, 1000 Hill St.
Reeves, Open Open, S.Q.; Scott. Open
Open & lounge party, S.Q.; Sigma Chi,
Open house, 548 S. State; Sigma Nu,
Spring weekend party, 700 Oxford; Sig-
ma Phi, Band dance-pledge formal, 426
N. Ingalls; Sigma Phi Epsilon, House
Party, 733 S. State; Theta Delta Chi,
Record Dance, 700 S. State; Theta Xi,
Dance Party, 1345 Washtenaw; Williams,
Open Open, W.Q.; Zeta Beta Tau, House
Party, 2005 Hubbard; Zeta Psi, Spring

weekend dance, 1443 Washtenaw.
APRIL 28--
Couzens Hall, Open Open; Greene
House, Open Open, .E.Q.; Jordan Hall,
Open Open; Mosher Hall, Open Open;
Prescott-Tyler, Open Open, E.Q.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
U.S. Information Agency-Will be
here from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on April
30. Representative will interview inter-
ested applicants & acquaint them with
procedures of the exam for acceptance
into the Foreign Service Career Reserve
Officer Corps, Please make appts. in
person or call Ext.3544. Qualification
requirements: 21-31 yrs. old (age 20 if
college grad or Jr. yr. completed);
citizen for at least 9 yrs. (if married
spouse must be citizen); must meet
rigid physical exam; must be willing
to serve anywhere in the world. Seek-
ing majors in Bus. Ad., Publ. Ad., Econ.,
Poli. Sci., Hist., Lang. & Area Studies,
Geog., Intern'l. Affairs. Applications for
written exam must be on file no later
than July 22. Exam given Sept. 7.
U.S. Dept. of State, Foreign Service -
Representative will speak to all stu-
dents who are interested in a Foreign
ServicewCareer, Underclassmen are wel-
come. No individual interviews will be
held by the State Dept. Meeting to be
held at 4:00 p.m. on Tues., April 30 in
Aud. A in Angell Hall. Qualification
requirements are the same as those for
the USIA. Applications are not present-
ly available at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments but we do have literature which
gives detailed descriptions of the work
of the State Dept. Foreign Service. An-
nouncement of the receipt of the appli-
cations will be made in the D.O.B.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
The Frontier Press Distributing Co.,
East Lansing, Mich.-Will interview at
3200 SAB between 1:30 & 6:00 p.m. on
Fri., April 26 (today). Openings are for
juniors & above to work in their home
town area. Especially majors in Educ.,
Communication Arts & Bus. Ad. Em-
ployment is in educ.-related sales work
with free training & a minimum finan-
cial guarantee given, for full time sum-
mer employment. Part time openings
are avail.
Camp Nahelu-Will interview at Sum-
mer Placement from 10-12 a.m. & 1:30-
5:00 p.m. on Fri., April 26 (today) for
this Mich. coed camp. Looking for male
general counselors & particularly inter-
ested in a sailing counselor.
American Student Information Serv-
ice & the International Student Travel
Center will accept applications until
May 10. Both services guarantee you a
job in Europe. Applications are avail-
able at the Summer Placement.

Children's Summer Camp, Sand Lake,
Mich.-Positions for 35 men & 35 wom-
en counselors for five weeks. Also one
opening each for nurse, waterfront dir.
(male), & handcraft instructor - ten
weeks.
. . . *e
For further information, please come
to Summer Placement.
POSITION OPENINGS:
University Hospital, Ann Arbor-Medi-
cal Technicians-BS Bio-Chem. or Chem.
Exper. not necessary. Varied duties for
several research projects. Training for
job.
Central Bank, Grand Rapids, Mich.-
Openings for Management Trainees.
Prefer alumni but would also consider
June grads. Prefer men with bkgd. in
Econ. and/or Bus. Ad. & have some
interest in banking as a career. After
1 month trainees would be assigned to
a branch office to be traine das ass't.
to the Branch Mgr. & could logically
be assigned as a Branch Mgr. within a
yr.'s time.
Parke-Davis, Ann Arbor-Opening for
man with PhD (possibly MA) in Biolog-
ical Sciences & exper. in technical writ-
ing. Will summarize lab & clinical
data (pharmaceutical). Will supervise
research group in their medical sum-
marizations & research projects.
Veterans Admin. Hospital, Ann Arbor
-Hospital Engrg. Officers-Engrg. de-
gree. No exper. necessary at beginning
salary level. However, salary depends
on exper. Many openings throughout
U.S. in various phases of engrg., for
maintenance & modernization of VA
hospitals' public utilities systems.
Structural, Mech., Electrical, Indust. &
Sanitary engnrs. needed. Will train. Al-
so involves some Admin. work.
Wolverine Tube Div., Calumet & Hecla
Inc., Detroit, Mich.-June or recent grad
with BS in ME or EE. Entails mech.,
electrical & hydraulic design & instal-
lation projects on semi-automated
heavy production machinery & equip-
ment, including trouble shooting, cost
analyses, vendor contacts & interdept.
liaison work. See Engrg. Placement for
further information, 128-H W. Engrg.
Mich. Civil Service-1) Biochemical
Research Aide B-Require current en-
rollment in a college in a field of
Biological Science. Apply by May 13.

2) Adult Corrections Trainee I-Men
with BA degree in pertinent field. Apply
by May 13. 3) Chemist. Trainee I-De-
gree with specialization in Chem. or
Chem. Engrg. or in an allied physical
science with a minor course of study
in Chem. Apply by June 17.
Durametallic Corp., Kalamazoo, Mich.
-Openings for June grads with BS in
ChE, Met., or ME. Engrg. & Res. Will be
given some exper. in res. lab toacquaint
them with product & also some exper.
in sales. Uultimate aim to work in
Engrg. Dept. to be in position ot make
Engrg, decision. For further informa-
tion, please see Engrg. Placement, 128-H
W. Engrg.
*~ * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Placement
Office, 2200 Student Activities Bldg.
during the following hours: Mon. thru
Fri. 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 Bob Cope, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext. 3553.
MALE
1-Electrical Engnr. Junior or Senior
with at least a 3.00 grade average.
Must be a U.S. citizen and able to
get security clearance. Must also
have transportation. %-time posi-
tion on a long-term basis.
-Several miscellaneous jobs available.
1-Experienced camera repairman.
Flexible hours.
FEMALE
1-Registered Nurse to work at a girls
camp from June 18 to August 17.
Must be single. Excellent living con-
ditions.
1-Registered Nurse to work %,-time,
from June 17 thru August. Will be
drawing blood from patients. Hours:
7:45 a.m. until 12 noon.
-Several baby sitting and domestic
positions available.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON
at FERRY FIELD-3:15
--Dress for the West and a way-out time
FERRY FIELD
ROUNDUP!
WALK ... Follow the wagon train and Central Com-
mittee cars from the Hill, down State St., to
Ferry Field
WATCH ... the covered wagons uncover Michigan
as it was in the Old West. Begins at 3:45. There
are 16 Housing Unit teams participating.
WIGGLE . . . Square Dance-wear your Old West-
ern clothes-or twist to Art Bartner's Band. Also
folk singing with Mike Sherker. Begins at 4:15
WANDER . .. Helicopter rides-soar over Ann Ar-
bor for only $3
WONDER . . . who won the Wagon Trophy-Win-
ners announced at 5:00
WAIT... There's even more !
WIN . .. Hundreds of coupons for free prizes will
be dropped in balloons from the Helicopter. This
event at 5:15
WOW ... It's all free at WAY-OUT WEST

FRIDAY NIGHT
8:30 to 1Z A.M. at I.M. BLDG.
IAY- OUT INS
..is not one of those (shh) "All-Campus

Dances."

It's an entire WESTERN TOWN

such

"reputable" hangouts a

Mrs. Goodbody's, Black Orchid Saloon, The
Cave-Inn, The Big Wheel, You Bet Your
Life Funeral Parlor, Red Garter Hotel, Par-
adise Lost, Playboy Saloon, Charlie Wang's
Rail and Tie, and the Golden Zipper. EACH
BOOTH IS AN ENTIRE SHOW IN ITSELF!
$50,000,000 is to be gambled away on
professional equipment. Dress casually and
enjoy the CAN-CAN GIRL REVIEW, OLD-
FASHIONED WESTERN MOVIES, drawing
for the FREE $100 STEREO DOOR PRIZE,
and dance to the continuous live ROCK
'N' ROLL MUSIC !
DRESS CASUAL-$1 .00 PER PERSON

xc/usve/y on
NEW!RCA VICTOR
INTRODUCING

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DEVELOPED BY RCA VICTOR

FRIDAY
AFTERNOON
APRIL 26
FERRY FIELD
ROUNDUP

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SATURDAY
AFTERNOON
APRIL 27
WAY-OUT OUT

NEW RED SEAL ALBUMS

Mono: LM-6160
Stereo: LSC-6160
Leontyne Price in
one of her greatest
roles! First opera
recorded at the new
RCA Studios in Rome.
First opera recording
in Dynagroove.
Album includes
beautiful hand-made
water print of
Madama Butterfly,
perfect for framing.

Mono: LM-2642
Stereo: LSC-2642
Leinsdorf concert
performance hailedin
rave reviews as
''Mahler Miracle
in Boston."..--
"An electrifying
performance, great
music, greatly played,"
Now, hear his
superlative recording
brought to you for
the first time in unique
Iynagroove sound.

NtN Y1YW SOUNO k~tN
Mahler/ Symphony No. I
Erich Linsdorf
Boston Symphony Orchestra

3:15--Parade-from North University to State Street to Ferry
Field
3:45-Uncovered Wagons-depicting 16 hilarious scenes of
Michigan in the Old West
4:15-Dancing-both twisting and square dancing-also folk
singer 1
Helicopter Rides-see Ann Arbor from the air
5:00-Winners--announced for wagon trophy.
5:15-Prizes-700 free prize coupons dropped in balloons
FRIDAY NIGHT-8:30 to 12:00-I.M. BUILDING
WAY-OUT INN
Gambling with a share of $50,000,000 on authentic equipment
Western Town containing 10 hilarious booths for gambling
Dancing to continuous music by two live bands
Old Movies featuring Tex Ritter and Hopalong Cassidy
Door Prize drawing for $100 portable stereo
'63- SPRIN

(Riverside Park-11:00 to 4:00)
11:00-Canoe Races featuring 32 canoes and 15 western
cheering sections judged by a famed Astronomy Professor
and the University's Swimming Coach
1 :00-BUCKBOARD RACES over a challenging old west
obstacle course-6 men will pull each wagon, driven by
western coeds
ALSO-ALL AFTERNOON:
LUNCHES will be served
CONTESTS for individuals will include a powdered pole
climb, a donut eating contest, and a dunking pool.
SATURDAY NIGHT-8:00-HILL AUDITORIUM
SHOWDOWN
SKITS-presented by 6 pairs of housing units in colorful,
humorous take-offs on the West
FRIARS-entertaining with their popular songs
CAN-CAN LINE-featuring the Western Coeds in a stunning
review
JOHN FELDKAMP--emceeing a variety of events
TROPHIES--awarded for the entire weekend's competition
OEDIPUS TEX-will . . .?

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Columbia Presents VLADIMIR HOROWITZ...
RAY CONNIFF
Rhapsody in Rhythm................ .
THE HAPPY BEAT
Memory Songs for the Young at Heart. .
NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELS-In Person.....
BRUNO WALTER
Brahms--Symphony No. 1...........
Mahler-Symphony No. 1..... . .
WEST SIDE STORY-Soundtrack.........

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... $2.39
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Mono: LM-2661
Stereo: LSC-2661
"Jalousie" as only
Fiedler can
interpret it
plus the sonic
excitement of
DynagrooveI
Hear this fiery new
recording and other
Latin specialties of
the Pops. Espana Cani.
La Sorella.
Jamaican Rhuminba.
more.

G

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SATURDAY AFTERNOON
11 to 4 at RIVERSIDE PARK
WAY-OUT WEST

DAVE BRUBECK-Time Out....... ...... .

$2.39

JOHNNY MATHIS-Greatest Hits..........
SOUND OF MUSIC...................

...$2.39
... $3.99

CAMELOT..........................

..$3.99

BROTHERS FOUR-Cross Country in Concert.

... $2.39

-Ruby Baby................ . .....$2.39

ORMANDY
Respighi-Pines of Rome
Fountains of Rome ......
Grofe-Grand Canyon Suite.,
STRAVINSKY
Petroushka........... ...

Mono: LM-2664
Stereo: LSC-Z664
R~avel E
'Munch!l
pynagroove
are the stars of
this glorious
iew sound spectacular!
A BOLERO to
surpass the finest
plus two other Munch
specialties-LA VALSE
and the PAVAN.

westward down America's first expressways-
the river and the wagon trail. The obstacles
will remain the same, including rusty TOLL

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reconstruct the PIONEER TREK

SATURDAY NIGHT
8:00 HILL AUDITORIUM
SHOWDOWN
SKITS-Six pairs of housing units will per-
form. COLORFUL, HILARIOUS skits en-
titled-The Herd Shot Round the World-
Satire on Sexas-Slush Taupe and the
Seven Dwarts-Eastward Ho or the New
Frontier-The West Can Be'Beat-The
Gambler
SONGS-The Friars will be there to' enter-
tam!!!
SHOW-The Can-Can Chorus Line will per-
form a stunning review

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GATES,

QUICKSAND, the

lifeblood

of

a

desert trail-WATER, remains of

BROKEN

BERNSTEI N
Mussorgsky-P ictures

at an Exhibition......$2.99

ALL OTHER COLUMBIAS

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$3.98
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Now
$2.88

...."Mono: LM-2662
T;,rB 18 MY Stereo: LSC-2662
Hear America
'3v i} : s {"".singing in this
star-spangled
collection of her
beloved hymns
and anthems.
Thrilling
Dynagroove Sound!
fi e Song sheet included.

BUCKBOARDS, WILD HORSES road BLOCK-
ADES, INDIANS, BOULDERS, and similar
problems. While these western obstacles con-
front the travelling pioneers, there are many
opportunities for the trail blazers to try their
luck at the BUCKING BRONCO, JOUSTING,

SLOWDRAW-John "Slowdram
will emcee a variety of events

STROPHIES-(that's trophies, podner!) will
be presented to the winners of every event

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