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rTHE MICHIGAN DAILY iEIl

V, FEBRUARY 28, 194

DAILY

OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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I from Page 5) are being made by the International of law, Kyushu University, Fukuoka
Center and Mrs. Henry J, Meyer. City, Japan, will visit Feb. 28-March 2.
Associa- Mr. Rajai Hakki and Mrs. Hakki,,
embership in Student The International Student Chief Inspector of English Teaching,
tion is sponsoring the visits of Chilian Syrian Region, Damascus, United Arab
Jnversity Regulations, students Andres OJeda Urzua, Rodrigo Republic, will be here March 3-11.
student Organizations Hurtado Morales, Hugo Villar Valdes,
bership lists; Univer- Sergio Ravanal Valenzuela and David
Revision of Section 4 Silberman Gurovich. Group escort fora
these students is Manuel Aragon, Jr., of Even s Tu sd y
constituents and Mem- the USA, and they will be on campus Concert. Brian Sullivan, tenor of the
ouncements, Adjourn- from Feb. 26-March 2. Metropolitan -Opera Company, will be,
Mr. Josip Zupanov, Chief, Sociological heard tonight in Hill Aud. at 8:30. Mr.
- Deut., Institute for Social Self Gov- Sullivan replaces Jussi Bjoerling origi-
ernment, of Zagred, Yugoslavia, will nally scheduled for the same date;
I Visitors visit for three weeks beginning Feb. 2. therefore, ticket-holders are reminded
Arrangements for his visit were han- that the same ticket (No. 8) is to be
he foreign visitors who dled by Dr. Angus Campbell, Director, used for admission. Mr. Sullivan will
mnpus this week on the Survey Research Center. - be accompanied at the piano by Rich-
Program arrangements Kanesaburo Gushima, Dean, faculty ard Tetley-Kardos. The program will
consist of songs by Schumann, Richard
Strauss, Donaudy, Lehmann, Bridge,
Quilter and Malotte; and operatic arias
from Handel's "Semele" and "Judas
Maccabaeus"; Cilea's "L'Arlesiana"; La-
Slos "Le Roi d'Ys"; Bizet's "Carmen."!
Tickets are available at the' offices
of the University Musical Society until
4:45 p.m. and at the Hill Aud. pox
office after 7 p.m.D
Mathematics Colloquium. Dr. M. S.
Ramanujan, Department of Mathemat-
ics, will speak on "Banach Fundamen-
tals and Summability Methods," on
Feb. 28, 3011 Angell Hail at 4:10 p.m.
Refreshments in 3212 Angell Hall at
3:30 p.m.
L EEvents Wednesday
Sociology Colloquium: Prof. Kenneth
Boulding of the Economics Department
will speak on "Economic Theory and
'Sociological Theory" on" Wed., March
3?1 at 4:15 p.m. in Aud. C., Angell Hall.
A 1EEBotanical Seminar. Dr. Margaret B.
Davis, Yale University, will speak on
"Sources of Error 'n Pollen Analysis"
on Wed., March 1 at 4:15 p.m. Refresh-
ments at 4 p.m. in 1139NS.
Mechanical Engineering Seminar:
e! Yt1 te Cmmunty or Btte Heath'Wind Tunnel Studies of Aerodynamic
rving the Commun ty for Better Health Behavior of the Atmosphere as Related
to Industrial Stacks" by Ass't. Prof. F.
K. Boutwellon Wed., March 1 at 4 p.m.
in 229 West Engineering Bldg.
Placement Notices
Placement Interviews -- Seniors and
your stay in Ann Arbor make the graduate students please call Bureau
of Appointments, Ext. 3371 for inter-
, view appointments with the following:
SLLAG E APOT H ECARYWEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
Ohio Oil Co., Findley, 0. (Home
Office). Men and Women graduates for
SD g positions in Accounting, Procedures Rej
ur Dru Store search ad Secretarial in addition to
Svarioussales training programs previ-
ously announced.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2
il go out of our way top ase l eyou. Laboratories for Applied Science, Mu-
g O ut O OU rW~y O p 056 OU.seum of Science'- & Industry, Chicago.
Operations Research (Weapons Re-
search) for U.S. Air Force Research and
Development Plan. Men and women
CR IPT IONS with a MS or PhD in Mathematics or
Physics.
Service Bureau Corp., Detroit. Men
AEDICINALS with degrees in Econ. PoliSci, Eng.,
rESForeign Languages, Geo., Soc., Psych.,
Anthro., Fine Arts (Design), Hist.,
Phil., Speech and Educ. for Mgmt.
Trng., territory sales.' Men with a
Li QUOR, BEER, ,W INE degree in Mathematics or Physics for
L(II erEr. Electric Computing. Subsidiary of IBM
Corp.
FRIDAY, MARCH 3
American National Bank & Trust Co.
ee Del ivery -- Charge Accounts of Chicago, Il1.-Men with degrees in
, Econ., Engl., or Acctg. for Banking
pen from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. *and Accounting Programs.
Engineering Placement Interviews-
128 West Engrg. Bld., Ext. 2182. For
seniors and graduate students.
S. University Ave. NO 3-5533 MARCH 1
Campbell Soup, Napoleon, Ohio. BS:
ChE, CE, EE, IE and ME. Des., Prod.,
?r. -4 R F,1;?. .L- ??: ? ~s E r eM~k8n: 5 : .; oMaint. Container Mfg.

Ohio Oil Co., Findlay, Ohio; BS: ChE,
CE and ME. Tech. Serv. and Pipe Line
Engrg.,
Polaroid Corp., Cambridge and Walt-
ham, Mass. All Degrees: ChE, EE. BS-
MS: EM and ME. BS: E Physics. Des.
Procter & Gamble Co. (SUMMER EM-
PLOYMENT ONLY): Must be within 1
yr. of receiving a BS or MS degree in
Sngrg. or Science. See folder on Place-
ment Bulletin Board. R. & D., Engrg.,
Ind. Engrg. & Mfg.
Stauffer Chemical Co., Chicago Hts.,
and N.Y.C. All Degrees: ChE. for Dev.,
Prod. and Power Plant.
Sun Oil Co., Phila., Pa. All degrees:
ChE for R. and D., Sales and Prod.
West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co.,
Covington, Va.; Charleston, S.C.; Luke,
Md.; Tyrone & Williamsburg, Pa.; and
Mechanicville, N.Y. BS-MS: ChE, EM,
ME. BS: E Math., E Physics. All De-
grees: Chem. Des., R. & D., Sales, Prod..
and Tech. Serv.
Whirlpool Corp., St. Joseph, Mich.;
St. Paul, Minn.; Evansville, Ind.; Clyde,
Ohio. BS-MS: EE, IE and ME. Prod.
Worthington Corp., N.J , N.Y., Mass.,
Pa. and District Offices in all major
cities. BS: AE, ChE, CE EE, IE and ME.
Des., R. and D. for ME only. Sales-'All
Engr. rPod. for IE Trng. Frog.
U.S. Gov't-Defense (AF) Aerospace
Technical Intelligence Center, Wright-
Patterson AFB, Ohio. BS-MS: AE, EE.
BS: E Math, E Physics and Nuclear.
Des., R. and D.
MARCH 1-3
Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich.;
Freeport, Tex.; James River, Va.; Baton
Rouge,La.; Pittsburgh, Cal. All Degrees:
ChE, CE, Istru., ME, Met. BS-MS:
Mat'Is. BS: IE. MS: Municipal and
Sanitary. Des., R. and D., Sales and
Prod.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.
Company-wide. BS-MS: ChE, EE, EM.
IE, ME, Met. and Chem. and Phys.
BS: E Physics and Science. MS: Nu-
clear. Prof.: Applied Mechanics. R. and
D., Sales and Prod.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Reminder to seniors, recent grads.,
Federal service entrance exam, sched-
uled periodically, to be given March
18. Applications must be filed by
March 2.
Mich. Dept. of Social Welfare, Lans-
ing-Scholarships for grad. study in
soc. work for 1961-62. Allowance for
dependents in addition to basic sti-
pend. Case work positions in Children's
Div. available following 1 yr. grad.
trng.
Nat'l. Foundation, N.Y.C.-Grads in
Lib. Arts, Bus. Adm., or Educ. as
State Reps. & Chapter Executives to
raise funds and carry on chapter pro-
grams. Should have public contact ex-
perience. Foun. engaged in res., prof.
educ. and medical care.
New Jersey Machine Corp., Hoboken,
N.J.-Recent' grad. (exper. not req.) as
Sales Engnr. Firm supplies machinery
to packaging industry.
Farmers Insurance Group, Detroit-
Liability Adjuster. LLB preferred, but
will consider outstanding grads in other
fields.
Large Corp., Pasadena, Calif.-Physi-
cist, to have charge of adv. dev. prog,
PhD and res. exper on project level,
either in Univ. or scientific co., and
some exper. i industry beyond PhD
level. I
Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colo.
-Tech. Librarian for Engrg. Lib. 24
semester hrs. in Lib. Sci. req. MA not'
essential, Some lb. exper, preferred.
Manufacturer's Life Insurance, South-
field, Mich.-Agency. Stac Asst.--Admin.
Trainee to handle Agency Services Dept.
Recent grad-any field.
Louis Fogel, Detroit (Mfger's Reps.-
4 st. area) Recent grad for sales posi-
tion in Cleveland area.
Time, Inc., Chicago-Women grads,
any field, to train as Supervisors in

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Subscription Service Dept. Interest,
aptitude for detail work, business or-
gan. necessary.
Gulf Oil Corp., Pittsburgh-ChemE's;
BS, MS for work in Process Dev. Section
of Gulf Res. & Dev. Co. Representative
will interview interested candidates on
campus March 15.
Pleast contact Bureau of Appts., 4021
Admin., Ext. 3371 for further infor-
mation.
SUMMER PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS:
Feb.. 28-Camp Sea-Gull, Charlevois,
Mich.-Coed. Camp. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Schulman interviewing today from 1:30
to 4:55 p.m.
March 1-Win Schuler's Restaurants,
Marshall, Jackson, Traverse City, Mich.,
Michael lurst interviewing Wed. from
1:30 to 4:55 p.m.
For further information go to Sum-
;ner Placement Service, D-528 SAB.

Open every afternoon from 1-4:55 p.m.
and all day Friday,
Student .Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are avail-
able. Applications can be made in the
Non-Academic Personnel Office, 1020
Admin. Bld., Monday through Friday,.
8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring part-
time or temporary employees should
contact Jack Lardie at NO 3-1511, Ext.
2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous jobs
should consult the bulletin board in
Rm. 1020 daily.
MALE
1--Room in exchange for light work.

2-Dark-room technicians, afternoons
and week ends.
3-Social photographers, mostly week
jends.
1-Experienced radio and TV repair-
man, hours to be arranged.
2-Experienced camera repairmen (min.
20 hours per week).
9-Psychological subjects, hours to be
arranged.
38-Psychological subjects, two 1?1 hour
periods.
2-Salesrhen, commission basis, must
have car.
1-Full - time temporary electronics
technician.
2-Experienced house painters, for sev-
eral week ends.

FEMALE
2-Saleswomen, commission basis, must
have car,
12-Psychological subjects, two llj hour
periods, total time.
8-Psychological subjects (21 or over,
for drug experiments),
1-Room and board in exchange for
light work.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results

CELANESE INTERVIEWING
ON CAMPUS'^"vthh
For dates{
Land arrangements,
see your
Placement'
Director
Where chemistry means business
..-'. there's more room to grow,
', .
In the past few years Celanese' wide ranging opera-
tions in chemicals and plastics, as well as in chemical
fibers, have broadened into new areas, and this for1
ward looking, diversified company foresees an evens
greater range of products, markets, and interests com
ing tomorrow from today's scientific research and'
development, engineering and production skills.
You needn't be "slotted" at Celanese. There's plenty
'of room for you to grow-not only room and oppor-
.tunty, but encouragement to grow. For only with
individual growth will this vigorous young company)
tbe able to meet its great, diverse tasks oftomorrow.
Wherever your technical interests lie-in chemicals,
plastics, or fibers-there are opportunities for chem-
ists, physicists, and engineers of all kinds-in research
and development, in manufacturing, in technical serv-
ice, in marketing.
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wil interview on campus
MARCH 6
B.S. and M.S. candidates
in Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering
and Physics for
Design and Development
Specialized Training Program,
Direct Assignment,
Graduate Study Program
See your placement officer now to arrange

an interview with the RCA representative.

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