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THE MICHIGAN DAILYTHURSDAY,

OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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d from Page 4) in Foreign Languages, 3428 Rackham Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hill Sch. Comm.; HS Bus. Ed., Sot., Eng., Ind.
Bldg. Dist.)-Kdg.; Jr. HS Lang. Arts/SS, Arts/Dr. Ed., Biol./Chem., Span.;
Students desiring to fulfill the Grad- Math/Sci., Eng., Soc. Stud., French; HS Elem. Span.; Visiting Tchr., Sp. Ther-
rmation and applica- uate School's requirement in French Eng./Speech, Eng., Guid., Shop, Bus. apist, Ment. Ret.
vailable at the Fellow- and German are alerted to an alter- Ed., Football Coach, Basketball Coach. FRI., FEB. 24-
the Graduate School. nate path. A grade of B or better in Lakeside, Calif,-Kdg., Elem/Ability Fenton, Mich. (Lake Fenton Sch.
eipt of applications is French 12 and German 12 will satisfy to teach Music; Jr. HS Math, Science, Dist.)-Elem. Sol.; HS Art; JCng., Gen.
the foreign language requirement. A Counselor (Man). Sot., Math, Gen. Shop, Soc. Stud.,
grade of B or better in French 11 and WED., FEB. 22- Chem., Gen. Bus./Shorthand.
le for and electing to German 11 is the equivalent of having Long Beach, Calif. -- Elem. (K-6); For any additional information and
i and Training allow- passed the objective screening exami- Spec. Educ.; Secondary: Art, Bus. Ed., appointments contact the Bureau of
ic Law 550 or 634 dur- nation. Eng., For. Lang.; Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
semester must bring Library, Math, PE, Sol., SS/Eng., Spec. 3-1511, Ext. 489.

INTERVIEWS-BUREAU OF APPOINT-
MENTS:
Seniors & grad students please call
Ext. 3371 for Appointments with the
following:
MON., FEB. 20-
U.S. Marines, Detroit Officer Procure-
ment Office, will hold EXHIBIT at
Mich. Union lower lobby to talk with
interested men students from 9:00 to
4:00. Age 17-28; sound health; "C"
average minimum; U.S. Citizen; and
must agree to serve on active duty for
3-yr. period.
Texaco, Inc., New York Oity-(p.m.)
MEN interested in Sales career with
Liberal Arts or Bus.Ad. degree for Mar-
keting Training Program. Can lead to
counseling & assisting dealers in all
phases of retail merchandising. NOTE:
Will also interview foreign students,
nationals of Colombia & Venezuela;
including juniors & seniors for summer
jobs; in Liberal Arts, Engrg., or Bus.Ad.
Pacific Finance Corp., Los Angeles,
Cal.-Branches throughout U.S. June
grads for Sales Finance, Consumer
Loans, various types of' insurance
through Management Training Pro-
gram. MEN with B.A., B.B.A., Math or
Statistics. Opportunities also in Ad-
vertising & Public Relations.
TUES., FEB. 21-
U.S. Marines-See: Mon. above.
N.Y. Central Railway System-(p.m.)
MEN with degree in Economics pre-
ferred for Management Trng. Program;
market research, sales, traffic, etc.
Open to any student with interest in
railroads. Location: entire N.Y. Central
system.
Procter & Gamble (Sales Div.) Detroit
-MEN with B.A. Econ., Poll. Sci., Eng-
lish, Hist., Journalism, Speech, or re-
lated field for on-the-job-training. Lo-
cations: throughout entire U.S. Re-
quires basic interest in & capacity
for selling, with potential for mgmt.
positions.,
Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Detroit-MEN with B.A. liberal arts or
Bus.Admin. for Sales positions, Detroit
office.
Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Bus.
Admin. for Women, Radcliffe College,
Cambridge, Mass.-Liberal Arts majors
for curriculum in marketing, produc-

tion, personnel admin., finance econom-
ics, & accounting. One-yr. grad. course
for women Interested in Administra-
tion Fields.
WED., FEB. 22-
U.S. Marines-See: Mon. above.
Martin B. Segal & Co., New York City
(p.m.)-MEN & WOMEN with B.A. lib-
eral Arts, or B.B.A. for Trainee Posi-
tions in N.Y. or Chicago in every as-
pect of the business. Leads to Account
Executive positions or Administrative
Staff; also MEN & WOMEN in Math
or Social Sciences for Actuarial Staff,
N.Y. Requires writing ability, poise,
intell.
Bell Telephone System (Men), Detroit
Location-Bell Telephone System--can
refer applicants anywhere in the U.S.
MEN with degrees in Econ., Psych., Lib-
eral Arts, or Business Ad. for Manage-
ment Training Program. Opportunities
for managing a business office, direct-
ing sales and servicing work, analyzing
kinds of service and equipment needed
by, customers, or providing special serv-
ices-letypewriter, mobile radio, etc.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago-
Location - Michigan and Midwest.
Operations all over U.S. General Retail
Merchandising. MEN & WOMEN with
degrees in Liberal Arts, Econ., English,
or Business Admin. for Management
Training Program. Job rotation admin-
Istered in a retail store.
IBM, Dearborn, Mich.-1) Sales --
MEN. 2) Applied Science-MEN &
WOMEN. 3) Systems Service Represen-
tatives--WOMEN. Degrees In General
Liberal Arts, Econ., Psych., Chemistry,
Math, and Physics for positions in the
fields of design, Res. & Dev., Produc-
tion, Elec. Compting, Sales and Sta-
tistics. Location - New York State,
Washington, D.C., Lexington, Ky. Lab-
oratory, Plants and Branch Offices.
IBM World Trade Corp., Dearborn -
FOREIGN NATIONALS from South
America and Far East. Same qualifica-
tions.
Boy Scouts of America, Chicago--Lo-
cation-U.S.A. MEN with degree in Lib-
eral Arts or Business Admin. for Field.
Executives. Work under Scout Execu-
tives organizing units and supervising
established units. Prefer some scouting
experience.

FRI., FEB. 24--
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company,
Toledo 1, 0. (a.m)-Location of work
-Entire Company. MEN with degrees
in Chemistry, Physics, Math, Architec-
ture, for Res. and Dev., Production,
Design and Sales.
Manufacturers Life Insurance Com-
pany, Southfield, Mich.-Location-Life
Insurance Agency, Detroit. MEN with
degrees in General Liberal Arts for
Agency Staff (Non-Sales).
N61Pnel-gfreef/kou P-
ENGINEERING LACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS - 128 West Engrg. Bldg., Ext.
2182. For seniors & grad. students.
FEB. 17-. .... . . . . .
Borg-Warner Corp., Nationwide & Roy
C. Ingersoll Res. Center-All Degrees:
Ch.E., E.E.,- ME. M.S.-Ph.D.: Biochem.
& Inorg., Org., & Physical Chem. Des.,
Res. & Dev., Sales & Prod.
W. R. Grace & Co., Cryovac Division
-Res. & Dev., Cambridge, Mass.-B.S.-
M.S.: Ch.E., & ME. R. & D.
Industrial Nucleonics, Columbus, O.
-B.S.- Ch.E. B.S.-M.S.: E.E. June grad-
uates. Des., Prod. & Service.
The Magnavox Company, Fort Wayne,
Ind. & Urbana, Il.--B.S.-M.8.: E.E.
June graduates. Des., R. & D., Prod.
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corp., To-
ledo & Newark, O.; Aiken & Anderson,
S.C.; Barrington & Berlin, N.J.; Ash-
ton, R.I.; Kansas City, Kan.; Granville,
O.-B.S.-M.S.: Ch.E., C.E., E.E., I.E.,
M.E. Des., R. & D.
The Sherwin-Williams Company --
See lob description posted on Engrg.
Placement Bulletin Board for locations
-B.S.-M.S.: Ch.E., E.E., M.E. & Met.
B.S.: I.E. Des., R. & D., Sales & Prod.
Standard Oil (N.J.), Humble Oil &
Refining Co., Humble Division, Hous-
ton, Texas-All Degrees: Ch.E. R. &
D., Prod. & Manufacturing.
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co., E.
Chicago, Ind. & Youngstown, O.-B.S.:
Ch.E., E.E., M.E. & Met. Prod.
U.S. Gov't.-Agencies, Housing lb
Home Finance Agency, Wash., N.Y.,
Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago, Fort
Worth, San Francisco & 'Puerto Rico--
B.S.-M.S.: C.E. M.S.: Constr. Frog.

U.S. Gov't.-Defense, National Secur-
ity Agency, Ft. George G. Meade, Md. &
Wash., D.C.-All Degrees: E.E., E.M.,
M.E. B.S.: E. Math & E. Physics. June
graduates. Des.. R. & D.
U.S. Gov't.-Defense (AF), Wright Air
Development Div., Dayton, O.-All De-
grees: A.E., E.E., M.E. M.S.-Ph.D.: Ch.E.,
Met., & Nucl. & Instru. M.S.: Mat'ls.
Des., R. & D.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Diamond Crystal Salt Co., St. Clair,
Mich.-Graduate Engineers: M.E. or
Chem. E. with 1-5 yrs. exper. Possible
promotion to executive position.
Detroit Civil Service--Junior Publi-
cist to assist in preparation of mater-
ial and conduction of publicity pro-
gram. B.A., preferably in journ., speech
or English, & some exper. Detroit
residence required.
Permutit Water Conditioning (Div. of
American Standard), Oak Park, Mich.--
Men or WOMEN for sales positions.
Benefit Ass'n of Railway Employees,
Detroit-Sales Reps. for Michigan area.
Degree not essential but some exper.
preferred.
Division of Large Corp., Battle Creek
-Finance Dept. TRAINEE to handle
general & cost acc'tg. as well as budg-
ets. B.A. or M.A. in Econ. or Bus,. Adm.
(Acct. or Finance).
University Hospital, Ann Arbor -
Electroencephalography Technician &
Research Assistant for project covered,
by grant for next 2% yrs. B.S., M.S.
science major. Possibly a grad. stu-
dent. Good typing req. Must expect to
remain at least 1 yr.
Please contact Bureau of Appts., 4021
Admin., Ext. 3371 for further informa-
tion.
SUMMER PLACEMENT INTERVIEW-
ING:
FEB. 16-
Chippawa Trails Camp, Elk Lake,
Mich.-Marian Snyder interviewing girl
counselors today. Especially interested
in either man or woman counselor who
can teach English riding.
Camp Nekana, Belding, Mich.-Doug-
las Salisbury interviewing today from

4:00 to 5:00 p.m. to intervie
for general counselors, riding
tor, & nurse.
Camp Hillton, Walloon Lake,
Bill Bauerle interviewing today
counselors--riflery, woodshop,
front. Girls' counselors-arts &
archery, dramatics and asst.
master.
For further information go I
mer Placement Service, D52
Open daily from 1:00 to 5:00 p
Friday all day.
Student Part-T i
The following part-time 3j
available. Applications can be
the Non-Academic Personnel
1020 Admin. Bldg., Monday
Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hirinE
time or temporary employees
contact Jack Lardie at NO 3-1
2939.
Students desiring miscellanet
should consult the bulletin b
Room 1020, daily.
MALE
48-Psychological subjects, two
periods, total time.
2-Campus representatives, P
or Sophomores.
18-Psychological subjects (hou
arranged).
1-Lunchroom supervisor (11:
Monday-Friday).
1-Desk clerk (graduate studer
day 8 a.m.-1 p.m.).
1-Experienced camera re
(min. 20 hours per week, f
FEMALE
1-French tutor.
1-Waitress (12 noon-2 p.m., I
Friday).
1-Typist for Persian and/or
must be capable of' proof
and corrections.
48-Psychological subjects, two
periods, total time.
1-Reader (Tuesdays 11 a.m.-2
1-Room and board in exchi
babysitting.
1-Assistant for ,housework,
cleaning, etc.

THURS., FEB. 23--
Connecticut Gen'l Life Insurance Co.,
Hartford, Conn.-MEN with B.A., Lib-
eral Arts, Bus.Ad., Math, Law or Educ.
for Training Program for Field Repre-
sentative positions. Sales Offices locat-
ed in 143 cities throughout U.S.
First Nat'l City Bank of N.Y.-MEN
with B.A. Econ., Poli. Sci., Engl., Lang.,
Hist. Law, etc., Ehgrg. (I.E. or E.E.)
for Banking, Elec. computing, Foreign
Trade, Mgmt. Training, Mkt. Research,
Sales, Personnel, etc.

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