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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 9 MARCH 1965

Sororities
Winter Ple
'University sororities pledged the
following women in spring rush:
Alpha Chi Omega: Kathryn Louise
Beckert, '68; Carolyn .8. Berger, '68E;
Winifred Anne Bickes,'68; Valerie Louise
Cavin, '68; Carol Catherine Coleman,
'68; Katherine Ann Harting, '68; Jane
Rae Hotneier, '68; Nancy Huttenloch-
er, '68; Mary Louise Mallon, '68; Louise
Marilyn Miller, '68; Mary Catherine
Richards, '68; Sara Florence Thomas,
'68; Barbar Jane Tibbetts, '68; Cheryl
Lynn Wilton, '68; Diane Lee Yost, '68.
Alpha Delta Pi: Susan Bryant Beaud-
Wy, '68N; Barbara Frances Brown, '68;
Susan Shirley, Brownson, '68; Barbara
Elaine Ceika, '68; Suzanne' Kent Chase,
'68; Judy Kay Doetze, '68; Ilene Loretta
Evans, '68; Donna Lee Fatt, '68; Lorena
Dell Fitzpatrick, '68; Carol Elizabeth
Gamble, '68; Sally Lee Glaesner, '68;
L4nda Carol Jardack, '68A&D; Mercilee
M. ,Jenkins, '68; Gail Judith Johnson,
'68; Kathlyn. Mary Johnson, '68; Mika
Jane Kingery,,'68; Judy Elizabeth Lang,
'68A&D; Stephanie June Morgan, '68;
Katherine Sue O'Connor, '68; 'Karen Su'e
Purucker, '68; Mimi Jean Riggle, '68;
Mary Jane Robertson, '68; Jane Ellen
Robinson. '68; Jane Ellen Robinson, '68;
Christine E. Rundblah, '68; Barbara
Ann Schubeck, '68A&D; Carol Ann
Spencer, '68A&D; Amelia Margaret Stu-
art, '68; Jill C. Van Zytveld, '68A&D;
Judith Kay Vandermeiden, '68; Diane
Gay Wittenburg, '68;Georgia D. Opple,
'68.
Alpha Epsilon Phi: Donna Joy Adler,
"68; Mary E. Benjamin, '68; Barbara
Ann Birenboim, "68; Barbara Jane Coh-
en, '68;, Amy= Elizabeth Cohn, '68; Nan-
cy Fran Cohdas, '68; Carol Lynn Green,
'68; Denise Pat Hersh, '68; Barbara
Ann Hirschfelder, '68; Ellen Louise
Kroll, '68; Nancy S. Lawrence, '68;
Susan Ann Leff, '68; Gayle Emily
Mallon, '68; Laurel Ann Rudolph, '68M;
Linda J. Safran, '68; Julie Ann Solo-
mon, '69P; Sheri Beth Tessler, '69Ed
Joan Ruth Tucker, '68; Julie Wax-
man, '68; Barbara Ann Cohn, '68.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Kathryn Louise
Beebe, '68; Kathleen Adele Brown, '68;
Cheryl Ann Burns, '68; Jana Mary
Coleman, '68; Mary Sterritt Einfeldt,
'68; Margaret C. Fisher, '68N; Sherry
Kaye Hannon, '68; Frances Stahr Hart-
man, '68N; Judith Mary Jesse, '68; Ida
Glenn Jeter, '68; Marta Helen Kalback,
'68N; Deborah Jean Klomparens, '68;
Donna Maria Kriniak, '68N; Virginia
Louise Mattison, '68; Gertrude Sum-
merill Moss, '68Ed; Wendy Ann Naha-
bedian, '68; Susan Ann Ness, '68; Caryn
Muriel O'Brien, '68; Georgiae Ann Plue,
'68; Joyce Anne Rock, '68P; Sue Anna
Sanford, '68; Catherine Ann Whitehead,
'68.
Alpha' Kappa Alpha: Paula Chester,
'SM; Cheryl A. Bonner, '68; Elvira E.
Lillard, '68SM; Brenda Jones, '68; Ivy
J. Leftwick, '68N; Susan F. Reed, '68.
Alpha Omicron P: Laura Cook, '68N;
Janet Sue jHarris, '68N; Patricia Haugh,
'6$; Susan Hunt; '67N; Mary Ellen Lee,
'67; Ann L. McFarland, '67; Janet Ross,
'67; Cynthia Van Dyss, '67; Billie Jean
Warson, '68N.
Alpha Phi: Margaret Jean Asman, '68;
Rhonda Ann Clugston, '68Ed; Karen
Ann Franks,, '68N; Blanche M. Gem-
rose, '68; Cynthia Hyde, '68; Susan
Elizabeth Miller, '69P; Ann Sally Palm-
er, '68; Linda Ann Pontious, '68; Joyce
Elaine Aosema, '68; Nancy Sinkowski,
'68N; Nancy Lu Stefani, '68; Martha
Moran Wagner, '68; Ellen Ashby Wall,
'68; Linda Marjorie Weiss, '68; Bonita
Suzanne Yujuico, '68.
Alpha Xi Delta: Carol Lynn Brown,
'68; Carol Ann Haack, '68N; Janet Kay
Hart, '68; Agnes Marie Hooper, '68;
Renata Victoria Jomantas, '68; Kath-
erine M. Koepcke, '68; Beth Marion
Linscheid, '68; Evelyn Jean Long, '68;
Pauline Jane Pittenger, '69P; Mary Su-
san Shoemaker, '68; Katherine L. Stec,
'68N; Sheryl Valassis, '68; Judith Lor-
aine Vallin, '68N; Mary Elizabeth
Wakefield, '68SM; Elenor Irene Waters,
'68;'Pamela Sue White, '68.
Chi Omega: Judith Anne Altman,
'68; Karen May Bishop, '68N; Bette
Celeste Fuller, '68; Sherry Lee Gal-
lagher, '68; Barbara Jean Hills, '68N;
Lundha C. Howard, '68; Laurie Keetch,
'68; Kathleen Jo Klick, '68; Irene Mary
Kukawka, '68; Carole S, Ness, '68; Pam-
ela Elizabeth Precobb, '68; .Katherine
R. Quinn, '68; Carole Jane Schaupner,
'68; Jane Dee Skinner, '68; Shirley Jo
Van Antwerp, '68; Virginia Lynne Wei-
inert, '68; Frances Ann Werner, '68N.
Collegiate Sorosis: Terri Elen Atkin,
'68N; Susan Karen Bejin, '68A&D; Su-
san Elizabeth Coleman, '68; Francesca
Jean Cuthbert, '68; Elizabeth Bernice
goergen, '68N; Esther Goodstein, '68;
Cheri Lyn Harper, '68; Mary Patricia
Kennedy, '68; Marion Robeita Kiernan,
'68; Pamela Ann Montone, '68; Jane
Ellen Overley, '68N; Mary V. Reinhart,
'68; Linda Faye Silverstein, '68; Janet
Marie Smith, '68; Nancy Stewart, '68N;
Elizabeth Ann Wagner, '68; Susan Ellen
Winkehaus, '68.

" mDelta Delta Delta: Carol Allayne Bak-
er, '68N; Laura Baker, '68; Anne Eliza-
beth Beasley, '68; Lisbeth Carson, '68
A&D; Lynn Caren Christie, '68; Diana
Victoria Davis, '68; Linda Rae Davis,
'68; Barbara Wendy Desow, '68; Susan
Mary Dykhouse, '68N; Janet Lynn Eck-
er, '66DH; Pamela B. Eldridge, '685M;
Margaret Jane Hathaway, '68; Dottie
C. Richmond, '68; Judith Faye Rob-
erts, '68; Nancy Suzanne Sarber, '68N;
Elizabeth Lenore Slowter, '68; Susan
Sheila Stann, '68; Gertrude .B. Svala,
'68; Sharalyn Sweitzer, '68; Christine
Lynn Van Kampen, '68A&D; Eleanor
Ann Walker, '68; Donna . Lynne Wil-
liams, '68; Jane Wilson, '68; Janet
Marie Wind, '68; Jane Cook, '68.
Delta Gamma: Frances Maureen An-
derman, '68; Mary Ruth Cayce, '68;
Mary Elizabeth Crosman, '68; Marion
Brown Evasheuski, '68; Barbara Flow-
ers, '68; Carolyn Anne Gaensbauer, '68
A&D; Alice T. Henderson, '68A&D; Les-
ley Jean Heustis, '68A&D; Suzanne
Jobin, '68A&D; Nancy Lee Krupp, '68;
Martha Ann Lage, '68SM; Rosemary
V. McGrath, '68; Joan Elizabeth Moir,
'68; Andrea Jean Moore, '68; Margaret
Bush Pott, '68; Margaret Jo Reagh,
'68; Deborah Sue Taber, '68; Carol
Irene Warner, '68; Judith Wilderotter,

Announce
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dge Lists
'68; Elizabeth B. Wood, '68; Judy Ann The Daily Official Bulletin is an
Zander, '68N; Deborah Sterritt, '68. official publication of The Univer-
Delta Phi Epsilon: Judi Susan Ep- sity of Michigan, for which The
stein, '68; Marily Gorr, '68; Sandra Lee Michigan Daily Assumes no editor-
Hertz '68; Louise Kantrow, '68; Mary ial responsibility. Notices should be
Kaplan, '68; Susan Joan Lavitt, '68; sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Francine A. Leib, '68; Amy Lizbeth Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
Marcuson, '68; Janet Lee Mark, '68; fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
Karen. Lynn Newman, .'68; Vicki Elle publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
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Susan Mae Rock, '68; Dorinda Ann Notices may be. published a maxil
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Schneyer, '68; Barbara Ann Shemel, '68;or ia tica. o
Linda Jean Shyavitz, '68; Emily Harriet accepted for publication.
Slavin, . 68; Shirley E. Slesnick, '68; TUESDAY, MARCH 9
Nancy Gail Stein, 68; Suzanne Janice, TEDY AC
'68; Frances Winston, '68; Eileen Sue
Seidman, '68. Day Calendar
Delta Sigma Theta: Julia M. Bur- _
gess, '68; Karen Y. Dobbins, '68; Cheryl
Wright, '68; Brendon M. Hudson, '68; Bureau of Industrial Relations Per-
Linda J. Sloan, '68N. sonnel Techniques Seminar-Norman
Gamma Pi Beta: Ann Townsend Al- R. F. Maier, professor of psychology,
Gamm '6A&Ph; B t:AnTn Endzabet "How to Coach and Counsel Subordi-
wein,. '69A&D; Catherine Elizabeth nates": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Birdseye, '68; Linda Jean Canning, '68;
Karen Diane Colby, '68; Phyllis Diane r
Collins, '68; Mary Frances Heyman, Programmed Learning for Business
'68; Patricia .Ann Hodge, '68N; Marcia Workshop-Geary A. Rummler, director,
Ellen Hollar, '68; Karen Kathryn Klam, "Use, Selection, Evaluation, and Writ-
'68; Nancy B. Nedy, '68; Carol Ann Pur- ing of Programmed Materials": Michi-
dy, '68N; Polly Melinda Stagg, '68; an Union, 8:30 a.m.
Pamela Joy Tominac, '68; Pamela Ann
Van Syoc, '68; Ann Marie Wright, '68; Classical Sutdies Thomas Spencer
Mary Tomson, '68; Marilyn Jo Peterson, Jerome Lecture-Lily Ross Taylor, pro-
8. - fessor emeritus of Latin, Bryn Mawr
Kappa Alpha Theta: Constance Bennett College, "Preliminary Public Meetings
'68; Marguerite Strong Edwards, '68; in the Forum, on the Capitoline, and
Jane Elizabeth Frasier, '68A&D; Pattie in the Circus Flaminius": Aud. A,
Ann Gibbs, '68; Catherine Jean Hulbert, Angell Hall, 4:15 p.m.
'68; Marian Pauline Johnson, '68; Lynda
Jane Layman, '68A&D; Mary Ellen Lip- School of Music Student Recital -
ke, '68; Sherrill Gay Lugers, '68; Mary Barbara Walz, organist, Hill Aud., 8:30
Elizabeth MacPherson, '68; Susan. Ma- p.m.
rie Mahr, '68A&D; Nancy Alice McAl-_
lister, '68; Margaret Adair McCracken, School of Music Faculty Recital -
'68; Polly Anne McGarvah, '68; Martha University Woodwind Quintet: Rack-
Elizabeth Mpedler, '68; Anne Teresa Pat- ham Lecture Hall, 8:30 p.m.
ton, '68; Jane Ann Reed, '68A&D; Sarah
Beth Steely, '68; Jean Elizabeth Thom- Tues., March 9: World University
as, '68; Nan Helen Tull, '68. Service Bucket Drive.
Kappa Delta: Kathryn Louise Beyer,
'68; Betsy Jean Clark, 68; Penelop Doctoral Examination for Harry Gold
Ann Garner, '68; Shar6n Ann Hoy, '68p Sociology; thesis: "The Process of
Agnita Marie Knapp 68N; Karen Lyn Professionalization in the Occupation
AgnitanMrie napp, '68arre, Lynn. of Urban Planning," Tues., March 9,
Patricia Morris, '68; Mary Elizabeth 5602 Haven Hall, at 3 p.m. Chairman,
Taylor, '68; Nancy Elizabeth Teeter, A. J. Reiss.
'68; Frances Finch, '67; Franellen L. Doctoral Examination for William
Konapek, '69A&D; Gayle M. Meadors, Bnet Eibben tica Engineer-
'68N; Nancy Spock, '68 Bennett Ribbens, Electrical Engineer-
Kapp; thesis: "A Study of the Ferrite
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Sally Ann Phase-Shift Amplifier," Tues., March 9
Boesen, '68; Cynthia Ann Bohr, '68; 1028 E. Engrg. Bldg., at 4 p.m. Chair-
Nancy Ann Burton, '68; Bonnie De- ma, D. M. Grimes.
light Busse, '68; Mitzi Lee Calhoun, _
'68; Shirley Anne Chadwick, '68; Pleas-Noie
antine Cushman Drake, '69A&D allyGeneral
Everhardus, '68; Diane Marie Hanna,
'68; Marcia Ann Huwen,'68M; Kath-
erine Ann Kelso, 68; Donna Louise M- Michigan Marching Band: All band
Nair, '68; Danute Marija Miskinis, '68; members are requested by Dr. Revelli
Nancy Lou Mull, '68; Josette Fleur to report withinstruments and with-
Payne, '68; Betsy Ann Prentice, '68; out uniforms to Yost Field House at 7
Patricia Jane Ryan, '68; Mary Linda p.m., March 10 for a basketball pep
Schaill, '68; Susan Helen Shemanky, rally.
'68.
cPhi Sigma Sigma: Gayle H. Barak, National Program for Graduate
'68; Carol Jean Black, '68; Janice Sue School Selection: Application blanks
Bobroff, '68; Roslyn Fay Braeman, for the Graduate Record Examination
'68; Susan Ellen Brot, '68; Deanna are available in 122 Rackham Bldg. The
Darlene Clark, '68; Lesley Ogden Fink- next administration of the test will
elman, '68; Sharyn Gould, '68; Cheryn be on Sat., April 24, and applications
Lee Grant, '68; Karen Ann Hertz, '68; must be received in Princeton, N.J.,
Hedie Jan Hirsch, '68; Madelyn Sue by April 9. -
Jensky, '68; Paula Helene Kanarek,
'68; Randi Beth Katz, '68; Barbara Hopwood Awards: All manuscripts to
Hulda Leeser, '68; Linda Ruth Milinsky, be entered in the Hopwood Contests
'6?; Debbie Marlene Orloff, '68; Ann must be in the Hopwood Room, 1006
Marie Pizer, '68; Elaine Judith Rosen, Angeli Hall, by 4:30 p.m., Wed., March
'68; Kathy Ellen Rosenberg, '68; Ellen 10.
Ruth Scheuer, '68; Ruth Michele Shur,'
'68; Rosalind Kay Ulin, '68; Lois Fern Education Juniors and Seniors: Ap-
Welber, '68; Sheri Lee Whitefield, '68, plicatins for Undergraduate Scholar-
Pi Bta hi. Lida Hll arns, 68;shis are available in Room 1203 US.
P1 Beta Phi: Linda Hall Barnes, '68; Academic standing, financial need, and
Bennett, 68; Katherine Champe, '68; potential for teaching will be consid-
BeredtSparateKapplicationsmare avail
Margaret Ellen Cmly, '68; Margaret ablSeparatemap licat(May-June) avand
Clark Denton, '68; Meredith Jo Eker, Term I (Aug.-Dec.)
'68; Gail Susan Ewald, '68A&D; Susan _* _
Formn Fordyce, '67; Alice Fern Hecht, Delta Delta , Delta Scholarship Com-
'68; Sarah Robbins Herndon, '68A&D; petition: Unaffiliated or affiliated
Anne Olivia Hoppin, '68A&D; Alice women students who will be juniors
Ashmore Kleinhans, '68; Virginia Lee the fall semester of 1965-66 and have a
Mochel, '68; Kristina Reed Morrison, grade-point average of 2.98 or better
'68; Cynthia Lynne Sampson, '68; Cor- are eligible to apply. Application forms
nelia Jo Trubey, '68; Louise Elizabeth and further information may be ob-
Williams, '68N. tained from Mrs. Florence Lyons, Of-
Sigma Delta Tau: Carolyn Boykoff, fice of Financial Aids, 2011 Student Ac-
'68; Susan Nancy Braunstein, '68; Joan tivites Bldg. Applications should be
Beth Cerin, '68; Carol Susan Cohen, completed and returned to Mrs. Lyons
'68; Karen Lee Davidson, '68A&D; Can- office by March 15. Scholarship grants
dida Ann Eisensten, '68; Nancy Lynn will be based on need, scholarship and
Ellis, '68; Jaye Marla Gassel, '68; Iris extracurricular participation.
Karen Goodman, '68; Judith Ann ___
Greenberg, '68; Linda Carol Grekin,
'68; Ann Myra Hichenberg, '68N; Mar- P lacem ent I
tha Kishner, '68; Shari Martha Klein,
'68N; Judy Lehrman, '68N; Barbara
Joan Levy, '68; Kathryn Rose Meitric Th, ANNOUNCEMENT:
'68; Deborah Sue Mendelson, '68; Steph- The Scandinavian Seminar-Will In-
anie Okun, '68; Joyce Karen Piell, '68; tervlew Wed., March 10, students &
Susan Joan Rapaport, '68; Stephanie other adults for a unique overseas study
Alison Rudman, '68; Gail Elaine program in Denmark, Finland, Nor-
Schwartz, '68; Shari Lee Seidman, '68; way or Sweden. Spend the 1965-66 aca-
Sarajane Serwin, '68; Eve Heather S11- demic yr. living with families, using
verstein, '68; Carol Leslie Simon, '68; language of the chosen country, &
Sandra Ruth Singer, '68. studying in residential schools of adult
Sigma Kappa: Carol Ann Barnes, '68; educ. Tuition, room and board, Ian-
Nancy Carol Diamond, '68; Jeanne El- guage materials & one way transporta-
len Edmond, '68; Gretchen Gustafson, tion from N.Y. toScandinavia is $1800.

'68M; Anna-Margaret Hill, '68N; Jane E. L t scholarships are avalable.
Pilot, '68M; Patricia Neilan, '68; Susan Language not required. Call Bureau of
Kay Ruotsala, '68; Marilyn Ann Stout- Appointments, 764-7460 for appoint-
enburg, '68; Marianne L. Tipmore, '68N; ment.
Ann E. Ward, '68; Barbara Lynn Wells,
'68; Linda Ann Wonderley, '68; Barbara PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS:gBureau
Cramham, '68. of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
Zeta Tau Alpha: Paula Ann Clark, dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
'68; Margaret Ann Phebus, '68N; Mary ments with the following:
Leanore Sherman, '68; Mary Elizabeth TUES., MARCH 9-
Lutz, '67. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., Hart-
New York-London-New York
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Work, etc. for positions in insurance General Dynamics Corp., N.Y.C. -
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Gen. Lib. Arts for merchandising with Harvy Ill; (Thornton Township H.S.) (new), Spec. Read., Girls PE, Art, Mu- Prod.
retail department store. -Bus., Chem./Phys., EMH, Div. Occup. sic, Rem. Read.; H.S.-Art/F.A., Bus. U.S. Navy Marine Engineering Lab.,
Hotel Corp. of America, Boston, Mass. Coord., Engl., Span., Fr., Ger., Gen. Sci./ Ed., Engl., Ind. Arts, Ger., Fr., Math, Annapolis, Md.-All Degrees: ChE, EE
-Men & women, degrees in Econ., Biol., Girls PE, Ind. Arts, Lib. Math, Girls PE, Gen. Sci., Phys. Sci., Life Sci., EM, ME, Naval & Marine, Physics. PhD:
Psych., Gen. Lib. Arts & Bus. Admin. Office Occup. Coord. Soc. St. Analyt. & Phys. Chem. R. & D., &
Positions in Mgmt. Trng., Mkt. Res., Oak Park, Ill. (H.S. Only)-Engl., Sp./ Erie, Mich. (Mason Cons. Schs.) Des.
Personnel, Prod., Purchasing & inside Debate, Hist./Econ., Math, Phys. Sci; Sp. Corr., V.T., Elem. K-6. MARCH 10 (a.m.)-
& territorial sales. Throughout U.S. Phys., Span., Bus. Ed. (Typ./Sh.), Boys Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Was Dist. Bristol Laboratories, Syracuse, N.Y.
California Chemical Co., San Fran-. PE/Swim; MA or Teaching Exp. & No. 7)-Elem. K-6; J.H.-Art; Engl./ -All Degrees: ChE. Can consider non-
cisco-Territorial and inside sales, mkt. ( Works Towards MA. ---- -
res. & dev. and advtg. Men with degree Sylvania, Ohio-Elem., Vocal/Strings.
in any field. Located throughout U.S. PE; J.H.-Engl./Soc. St., Sci./Math; Sec. I
Detroit Bank & Trust Co., Detroit- Amer. Hist., Dist. Ed.
Majors in Econ. & Law for Mgmt. Trng. Ferndale, Mich.-Ali Fields.
& Banking Prog. Men only. Saginaw, Mich.-Elem. K-6, Sec. -
THURS., MARCH 11- All Fields. FILECCIA BROS.
Bureau of the Budget-(See above). TUES., MARCH 16-
Detioit Edison Co., Detroit-Degrees Garden City, Mich.-Elem.; Sec. - f
in Gen. Lib. Arts, Indust. Mgmt., Econ. Lib., Journ., Math, Chem., Phys., Biol., 1
& Psych, for Mkt. Res., Personnel, Fur- IElect., Home Ed., Span., Fr., Latin, Bus. u
tems Planning. Girls PE, Boys 'E, Art (El/Sec.), Vocal
Marine Trust Co. of Western New' (El./Sc.), Counsel. (female). -
York,Buffalo, N.Y.-Men, degreesin' (Montrose, Mich.-Elem. K-6;'H.S. - Quick Service ava ilable on request
Gen. Lib. Arts, Astro., Econ., Educ., Span., Engl. (9), Math/Coach, Comm./
Geog., Geol., Lib. Sci., Math,, etc. for Coach. Girls FE. SO TN
Banking Mgmt. Trng. Program.t r Muskegon, Mich.-Elem., Gen. Sd.. 1 1 17 SOUTH U NIVERSITY
Washington National Insurance Co., ben. Shop, Home Ec., Pow. Mech.,
Evanston, Ill.-Degrees in Econ.. Psych., Engl. (H.S.), Engl., (J.H.), H.S. Lib.,
Soc. Engl., & Gen. Lib. Arts for posi- Phys" Then,,Pre Sch., Disadv., Deaf,
tions as Admin. Trainee, methods an- M.H
alyst, internal auditor, etc. Greenwich, Conn-Elem. K-6; J.H.-
Michigan National Bank, Lansing, AV,tHome Ed., Guid., Fr., Gen. Sel.,
Mich.-Degrees In Econ. & Gen. Lib.: Math, Latin, Govt., Girls FE; Se.-I
Arts for Banking & Mgmt. Trng. EMH; H.S.-aMth, Engl.. Boys PE/Fth.
The Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.- line coach, Physics, Instr./Orch./Band/
Degrees in Chem., Pharm., Biochem., Ensemble/Apprec., Russian; El./J.H.
Pre-Med.~ Microbiol. for pharmaceutical Music, Fr., Span., Guid.
sales. Located in Mich. & Ohio. WED., MARCH 17-
Cargill, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. - Fort Wayne, Ind.-All Elem. & Sec.
Degrees in Econ. & Gen. Lib. Arts for Fields.
mgmt. trng., merchandising, prod., pur- Hammond, Ind.-All Fields.
chasing, sales & transportation. Local- Gary, Ind.-Elem. K-6; Sec.-Bus. furnished, fully carpeted
ed throughout U.S. will consider citi- (T & S), Engl., Home Ec., Ind. Arts,
zens of Latin America & Western Eu- Math, Sci., Soc. St., Instr. Music,
rope (a.m. only). Girls PE, Boys PE, Guide (NTE), Spec.
Washington Post, Wash., D.C.-Men & Ed.-all areas.
women, degrees in Journ. & Gen. Lib.
Arts for news reporting staff. Some
openings in summer internship prog.
for students who have finished junior E P E N DA BL E ( R
year. . Now rentin f Aug. '65
FRI., MARCH 12-- IMPORTfor
Jacobson Stores, Inc., Jackson, Mich. IM PORT SERVICE S. UNIVERSITY AVE. & FOREST AVE. PHONE: 761-2680
-Men &,women, degree in any field for,
positions in advtg., mgmt, trng., mer- W/e have the MECHANICS
chandising, office mgmt., personnel, re-
tailing & sales. Located in 6 Mich and the PAR TS.
cities.
Univ. of Michigan, Personnel Office NEW CAR DEALER
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Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc.-BS-MS:
ChE, CE, EE, ME & Naval & Marine,
S aIE-(for Tech. Sales). R. & D..
Pnod. & Sales,
Swift & Co., Res. Dev. Center, Chicago
area-BS-MS: ChE & ME. DeV., Des. &;,
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