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To Examine
Fire Rules
A subcommittee of the Univer-
sity safety committee will study
the new school fire safety code
recently passed by the Legislature
to determine the effects the bill
may have here.
William J. Holland, a member
of the safety committee, said the
study is likely to be completed be-
fore the code goes into effect May
15.
The code establishes detailed re-
quirements for the prevention and
elimination of fire hazards in,
school buildings in the state.
The bill also provides for mis-
demeanor penalties and court or-
ders to enforce its regulations.
At present there Is no state
code in effect on schools as such.
A staff of inspectors under the
state fire marshal applies the code
which covers public buildings to
schools.

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Challenge is offering housing
unit seminars on the "Challenge
of Emerging Nations," Lawrence
Meyer, '63, announced recently.
The seminars are intended to
supplement the Sunday afternoon
programs and the Wednesday af-
ternoon discussion groups also
presented by Challenge.
"The housing unit seminars al-
low the students to more thor-
oughly discuss a topic, an oppor-
tunity not possible at a larger
program or a major speech,"
Meyer said.
Resource people for the seminars
will be drawn from the faculty and
students of departments relevant
to the problems of new nations.
Any interested houses, independent
and affiliated, can get additional
information at the Challenge of-
fice, Rm. 2522, SAD.!
A discussion session on "Social
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dition" will be held at 4:15 today
in the Honors Lounge of the Un-
dergraduate Library.
It will supplement the program
of Sunday which featured Prof.
David Apter of the University of
Chicago, and Professors Marshall
Sahlins and William Schorger of
the anthropology department.
A meeting to discuss the "Fu-
ture of Challenge's will be held
next week. Discussion will center
on the possibility of discontinuing
the program and possible topics.
Boulding To View
Economic Theory
Prof. Kenneth Boulding of the
economics department will dis-
cuss "Economic Theory and So-
ciology Theory" at 4:15 p.m. today
in Aud. C.

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(Continued from Page 4) Eng., Foreign Langu
Psych., Hist., Speech
served in Rm. 274 West Engineering at putin and Mat.tajc
3:3 pm.Acctg., Personnel Migi
Lecture: Prof. Roderick McGrew of Prog, and Sales.
the University of Missouri will speak on
"The First Russian Cholera Epidemic: Minneapolis-Honeyw
Some Problems and Opportunities" Minneapolis (Datama
Thurs,, March 2, at 4:15 p.m. In And. World's largest prodi
C. The lecture, which is given under controls for residentia
the auspices of the Program in Russian Men and women with
Studies and the Department of His- or Educ. for Electri
tory, is open to the public. Territory Sales. Also
Composers Forum: Compositions by Work as Bales Associ
student composers, Roger Reynolds, WEDNESDAY, MARC]
Jerry Bilik, Donald Matthews, Kenneth The Rand Corp., Sa
Roberts, Bernard Folta, and Gregory (Computer Sciences
Kosteck, will be heard in a recital to women with degree
be held on Thurs., March 2, at 8:30 and Dev. and Electric
p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall. The com- independent non-pro
positions will be performed by student Central Intelligence
soloists End instrumental ensembles, Monday's listing.
Martha Rearick, flute; Peter Spring, Prentice-Hail, Inc.,
double bass; Bruce Wise, piano; Jerry N.J. Anywhere in U.S
Lawrence, bass; Elizabeth Lichty, viola; Publishers. Men with
Arthur Follows, cello; Virginia Stumm, or Bus.Admin. for Boo
violin; Carol Jewell, violin; Marjorie Opportunities for adv
Ramsey, cello, and the Lutheran Stu- domestic and foreign
dent Chapel Choir with William Os' THURSDAY, MARCH
borne, conductor. Open to the public. Firestone Tire & R
Anatomy Seminar: Dr. Walter S. Wilde Ohio. Men with de
and Dr. Richard Malvin will speak on Liberal Arts for: S
"Investigating renal tubule function Retread Shop Mgmt.
with stop flow analysis" on Thurs., U.S. Atomic Energy
March 2, 1961 in Rm. 2501 of the East gonne, Ill. Location,
Medical Building at 4 p.m. headquarters and thr
Communication Sciences Colloquium: search, development,
Bradford Dunham of the IBM Re- production.) 1. Men
search Center speaking on, "The Prob- degrees in Biol., CI
lem of Reconciling Formal and Intui- Engrg. (except Civil
tive Systems" at 4:15 p.m. Thurs., Internships. Men wit
March 2, 1981, in Rm. 429 Mason Hall. Admin., Intnl. Affair
2. Men and women f
Placement Notices 7shi.s. Cil
Chicago, Ill.:
Placement Interviews - Seniors and 1) Internal Revenu
graduate students please call Bureau -Revenue Officers (A
of Appointments, Ext. 3371 for inter- Revenue Agents (M
view appointments with the following: ,ors.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 2) Railroad Retire:
Ohio Oil Co., Findley, Ohio. Men with cago-Statistician MI
degrees in Math or physical sciences Majors desired Math
for Procedures Research Program. Wom- tuary MEN in Math.
en for secretarial positiodns. -Any degree.
MONDAY, MARCH 6 3) Social Security A
John Hopkins Univ., Applied Physics -Claims step. TRAIN
Laboratory, Silver Spring, Md. Men and sistants, Juniors M
women with degrees in Physics or Any degree. (Thesej
Math for Res. and Dev. Interviewing mer of 1961.)
will be held at Engrg. School. Interested 4) U.S. Civil Servi
students should sign interview schedule Butterbach interviewi
posted at 128H, West Engrg. Bldg. for any position-all
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Equitable Life Ass
Washington, D.C. (Throughout U.S. and the U.S., N.Y.C.-ME
overseas. For professional appointments: Lib. .Arts or Bus. Adr
Men who are graduate students or un- a "B" average. 1. Adm;
dergraduates in the upper quarter of Course; 2. Sales Trali
the class. Women who are graduate Management Trainee'
students (undergraduates for the sec- willing to live in Nev
retarial or clerical positions). Secre- FRI., MAR. 10-
tarial positions will lead to overseas Bureau of the Bud
assignments within 12-18 months. Men MEN & WOMEN wi
and women-all degrees-in general Lib. Arts, Econ., Nat. R
Arts, Physics, Geog., (including Cartog- Bus. Admin., or Law
raphy, Econ., Lib.Sci., Languages (read- dergrads will be con
ing fluency in Oriental, Slavic and trng. is definitely pr
other unusual languages as well as an appropriate Civil
Romance Langs.), D.E., E.E., BusAdm., tion. For candidates
and Area Programs (Eastern Europe, sional work experien
USSR, Far East, etc. Psychologists; agement Intern opti
Clinical, Counseling, Res.-prefer PhD. Applicants who have
TUESDAY, MARCH 7 quirements for a Pr
Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Detroit. work exper. can appl
Location: Mich. or anywhere in U.S. exams. WOMEN wit
Women with degrees in Languages, shorthand for Secr
Educ., Science, Math., Psych., Soc., Bus. Trainee is assigned a
Admin. or Gen. Lib. Arts for Public in one of five divisi
Contact Work, Employment and Per- Finance, Internation
sonnel, Mgmt., Writing, Res., Tech., fare, Military; Reso
Probs. and Teaching. Works.
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Central Intelligence
Co., Boston, Mass. Location: Detroit --See Monday's Listi
and Toledo areas. Men and women with Department of So
degrees in Econ., Poli.Sci., Engl., Jour., dren's Division, Lan
Speech, Educ., Bus.Admin. or Gen. Lib. & WOMEN. Scholars
Arts for Insurace Sales. Age over 22. 1981-82 for grad stuc
Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc., Chicago. $2,000.00 basic schol
Men with degrees in Econ., Poli.Sci., allowance based on1
TODAY'S SPECIAL
Breaded Veal. Cutl et

ages, Geog., Soc.
h, etc. for sales.
ors for Elec. Com-
m. Bus.Admin. for
;mt., Mgmt. Trng.
well Regulator Co.,
tic Div., Detroit).
ucer of automatic
l heating systems.
degrees in Math.
i computing and
Sales and Support
ate.
.H a
nta Monica, Calif.
Dept.) Men and
in Math. for Res.
al Computing. An
fit organization.
Agency (CIA), see
Englewood Cliffs,
. College Textbook
degree in Lib. Arts
ok Representatives.
vancement in both
areas.
9
ubber Co., Akron,
egree in General
ales, Credit, and
Commission, Ar-
Washington, D.C.
oughout U.S. (Re-
management and
and Women with
hem., Physics, or
) for Professional
h degrees in Pub.
irs or Bus.Admin.
for Mgmt. Intern-
rvice Commission,
ne Service, Detroit
MEN)-Any degree.
WEN)-Acctg. ma-
=ent Board, Chi-
EN & WOMEN-
& Statistics. Ae-
Claims Examiners
Admin., Ann Arbor
NEES. Student As-
EN & WOMEN-
jobs are for sum-
lce, Detroit -- G.
ng interested grads
degrees, all fields.
urance Society of.
N with degree in
min. with at least
inistrative Trainee
Iee Course; and 3.
Course. Must be
m York'area.
get, Wash., D.C.-
th degree in Lib.
es., Pub. Admin.,
. Outstanding un-
nsidered, but grad
eferred. Must pass
Service examina-
s without profes-
nce, this is Man-
on of the F.S.E.E.
completed all re-
h.D. or who have
ly for higher level
Ith typing and/or
xetarial Positions.'
s budget examiner
ons: Commerce &
al, Labor & Wel-
ources, and Civil
e Agency (C.I.A.)
ng.
cial Welfare, Chil-
nsing, Mich.-MEN
ships available for
dy in Social Work.
arship. Additional
no. of dependents
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to maximum of $1,400.00 dependents'
allowance. Employment as case worker
available within Children's Div., fol-
lowing one year of grad trng.
The Kroger Co., 'Cincinnati, Ohio-
Location Midwest and South. MEN
with degree in Lib. Arts or Bus. Admin.
for Mgmt. Trng. Prog. with opportuni-
ties in Merchandising, Finance, Real
Estate,rManufacturing, Personnel Ad-
ministration or Retail Food Distribu-
tion Centers.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-128H West Engrg. Bldg., Ext.
2182. For seniors & grad. students.
MAR. 2-
Automatic Electric Co., Automatic
Electric Labs., Northlake, Ill. - All
Degrees: E.E. B.S.-M.S.: M.E. B.S.: I.E.
Des., Res. & Dev., Sales, Prod. & Trng.
Program.
Control Data Corp., Minneapolis, Minn.
--All Degrees: E.E. Des., R. & D.
International Harvester Co., Midwest
-B.S.: E.E. & M.E. June & Aug. grad-
uates. Must be male U.S. citizen. Des.,
Res. & Dev., Production.;
The Mitre Corporation, Suburban Bos-
ton, Mass.-AiI Degrees: E.E. Men &
WOMEN. Des., Res. & Dev.
U.S. Gov't.-Agencies-Civil Service
Commission (7th Region), U.S. Forest
Service, State of Mich., Minn., & Wis-
consin-B.S.: C.E. Feb., June & Aug.
graduates. Must be male U.S. citizen.
Roads.'
MAR. 2-3--
Atlantic Refining Co., Southwest -
All Degrees: Ch.E., E.E., E. Physics,
Physics & Chemistry. M.S.: Petroleum.
R. &D.
Standard Oil Co. (N.J.), Humble Oil
& Refining Co. Manufacturing Div.,
Baton Rouge Refinery & Esso Research
Labs., Baton Rouge, La.-All Degrees:
Ch.E., C.E., E.E. & M.E. June & Aug.
graduates. Must be male U.S. Citizen.
Summer Employment:" Limited number
of challenging projects on a prof. level,
for outstanding students who will have
completed their Jr. yr. by next summer,
or graduate students & Srs. who plan
to go on for grad. work. Students
seeking reg. employ, have priority--
Please check. Des., R. & D., Prod.
SUMMER PLACEMENT INTERVIEW:
MAR. 2, 3--
Camp Charlevoix, Mich. Boys' Camp-
Ken Smith interviewing Thurs. after-
noon & Fri. morning for all types of
men counselors.
For further information tgo to Sum-
mer Placement Service, D-528 SAB. Open
every afternoon from 1:00 to 4:55 and
all day Friday.
-PERSONNEL REQUESTS-
. Reminder to Seniors, Recent Grads:
Federal service entrance exam, sched-
uled periodically, to be given Mar. 18.
Applications must be filed by Mar. 2.
City of Saginaw, Mich.-Public Works
Engrg. positions in City Engineer's
Dept.: Grad. C.E.
U.S. Naval Labs, Port Hueneme, Calif.
-Grads in engrg., chem., & math for
res. positions on professional staff.
Fome-Cor Corp., Addyston, Ohio -
Qualified, experienced Engnrs.; B.S./
M.S.-Ch.E., I.E., M.E. for positions in
Process Dev., Prod, Engrg. Mainten-
ance, & Project Engrg. Also grad, in
Chem. or related field with 0-6 yrs.
exper. inuse of stat. concepts for
Quality Control.
Please contact Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 4021 Admin., Ext. 3371 for
further information.
Student Part-Time

PHOTO SUPPLIES
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8, F14,
w/case: Trans. radio, 6&7 Trs. 'All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leaveBmessage with NO 3-4288. B76
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords--$7.95: socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies,
SAM'S STORE. 122 E. Washington
W1
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE y&u buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity,. NO 8-8887. FF2
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
EXPERIENCED cook would like job
in fraternity or sorority. No Sundays.
Local references. Write The Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard St., Box. No. 101.
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BUMPING, painting, all kinds of auto
repairs. Free estimates. Call 5-4042.
J. B. Auto Repair. 318 N. First St. S1
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.

Nye Motor Soles
Phone NO 3-4858 87
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service to our business..
Atlas tires, batteries and accessories.
Complete Automotive Service-All
products and services guaranteed.
Road Service
'You expect more from Standard:
and you get it."
1220 South University
NO 8-9168
82
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MARTIN GUITAR, perfect condition,
beautiful tone. With case, $175. NO,
2-0714. X4

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Lubrication $1.50

RITZ BEAUTY. SALC
Complete line of Beauty W
605 E WILLIAM
Phone NO 8-7068

CAMPUS
OPTICIANS
Most frames replaced
while you wait.
Broken lenses duplicated.
FAST service on all repairs.
240 NICKELS ARCAI
NO 2-9116 NO 8-6
For the first time in your
eat really well,
get your food at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7
USED CARS,
1956 FORD, 2-dr., easy handling,
tires. Call .NO 5-8551.
1955 BUICK Century. Power 'stee
good rubber. NO 5-6490 after 6
MUST SELL NOW-MG Roadster,
hurry. Good condition. Call 8
1957 CHRYSLER Windsor hard top,
er steering, power brakes, good
dition. $750. NO 3-7241 after ,6:30
or weekends.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOM for male stu
Call NO 8-9736.
PARKING SPACE behind Campus
atre. $5 a month. NO 3-4322.
ROOMS NEAR CAMPUS-$7. NO 2
1319 Hill St.
ARCH ST., furnished apt., 2 room
bath, first floor, off-street pa:
NO 2-8569.
CAMPUS ONE BLOCK-Modern i
ments, 514 South Forest. NO 2

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Employment
The following part-time jobs are avail-
able. Applications can be made in the
Non-Academic Personnel Office, 1020
Admin. Bid., 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
2-Men, for carpentry work, 16 hours
per week, 1-2 months.
2-Dark-room technicians, afternoons
and weekends.
2-Social photographers, mostly week-
ends.
2-Experienced radio ahd TV repair-
men, hours to be arranged.
1-Experienced camera repairman
(min. 20 hours per week).
10-Psychological subjects, hours to be
arranged.
36-Psychological subjects, two 11 hour
periods, total time.
2-Salesmen, commission basis, must
have car.
I-Full-time temporary electronics
technician.
3-Meal jobs.
2-Men to share apartment in ex-
change for 10 hours of work each
per week.
FEMALE
2-Room and board in exchange for
light work.
7-Psychological subjects, two 1% hour
periods, total time.
7-Psychological subjects (21 or over,
for drug experiment).
2-Saleswomen, commission basis, must
have car.

$20 places piano in your home
for 30 days. Lessons begin im-
mediately. $10 a month there-
after, no. obligation to buy.
GR I NNELLS
323 S. Main. NO 2-5667
- A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS. GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
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PERSONAL
LAW SCHOOL solidly for Angelina-
"We love you" say they. F48
GET ON YOUR STOMPIN' BOOTS,
Babe, we're going dancing-Paul. F57
TYPING done in my home. Reasonable!
NO 3-9561. Call after 5. F43
FAIR TRIAL promised the defendant-
the Jury. F49
WANTED: Ride for 2 to Boston and
back for spring vacation. Call Judy
L., NO 5-7711, ext. 4337. F39
Join the DAILY and see the world -
through an Associated Press Teletype
Machine. x'11
YOU GET the finest KOSHER HOT
DOG with sauerkraut, only 35c at the
Cafe Promethean. Open for lunches
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. every day. P20
-THE BOLL-WEEVIL JAZZ BAND is
now accepting bookings for spring
dances. Phone the Bud-Mor Agency,
NO 2-6362. F18
ALL LECTURE STUDENTS: The Uni-
versity Study Service will be receiv-
ing subscriptions for lecture notes
this week. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at office,
304% S. State. P38
LOST AND FOUND
MONEY found at Dugout Cafe. 1121 S.
University. NO 8-9577. A3
FOUND: 15 weeks (a full semester) of
interesting, newsy reading. This was
found on the Diag., Jan. 28, 1961 and
the owner is wanted desperately.
Please call NO 2-3241 for information
and find a semester's DAILY sub-
scription as a reward (only $4.00 too).
Al

STUDENT APARTMENT-Two-roor
ficiency unit. Furnished, clean
quiet. Across from Ferry Field.
NO 3-0340.
MEN-singles, doubles, one bloc
Union. Refrigeration, shower,
509 S. Division, phone NO 8-675
fore 8 p.m.
WANTED, working girl or part
students to share apartment clo
campus and hospital. Call NO 2
evenings.
FOR RENT: delightful roommate
three room apt, with possibillti
block from campus. $4S. Female
dent interested in crazy bler
Asia-American comfort call N
3854.
ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED a
ment with all electric kitchen
garbage disposal. Fine for two n
or girls who work on campus
8-7380.
SUMMER APARTMENT available
June to September. Ideally locat
the hill, reasonable and provisior
air-conditioning. For informatio:
NO 2-7776.
FOR SALE
ESTATE DIAMOND for sale. Cal
5-6490 after 6 p.m.
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, 1 bed
Call HU 2-3532.
INCOME HOUSE: by a student C
Gross income $300 per conth. CE
location. Call NO 2-6094 evening
1960 COMET, black, 2 door with fa
group trim,, red and white int
automatic transmission, radio
heater. 3,700 miles. $1,850.00. N
2043.

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