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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1962

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1962

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
4) The Committee, finally, shall re-
search and report on the possible mech-
anism for alleviating any conditions
which it feels Council might want to
act upon; this shall include a review
of University policy, Ann Arbor, and
state government regulations, and con-
sultation with the appropriate Univer-
sity officials, and members of the Board
of Regents.
5. If the Committee deems it fruitful
or necessary it shall be allowed to hold
public hearings in order to both ascer-
tain student opition, and to attempt to
bring out as yet unheard policy sugges-
tions.
6) Special attention shall be given to
comparative statistics on wages, hir-
ing practices, tenure, and working con-
ditions for student and non-student
labor in comparable job categories.
.,Adopted: That SGC mandate the Com-
mittee on Student Activities to inves-
tigate the efficacy of the administra-
tion's policy of requiring chaperone
forms for social organizations. The com-
mittee should give special attention to
the following areas:
1) The extent to which organizations
are actually complying with the regu-
lation.
2) The administration's rationale for
such a regulation.
3) The effect of the presence of chap-
erones on conduct at social functions.
4) i (Contingent on 1, 2, and 3) The
ramifications of eliminating mandatory
filing of forms.
The results of this study shall be
reported to SGC no later than December,
8, 1962.
Referred to Special Committee: An
expression of opinion on a fair hous-
ing ordinance in Ann Arbor.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Am. Soc. for Public Administration,
Nov. 2, 4 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Grad.
touting Rm. Speaker: Prof.. A. Hawley,
"Public Administration & Ecology."
Congregational Disciples E & R Guild,
Cost Luncheon Discussion, Nov. 2, Noon,
802 Monroe. Speaker: Rev. T. Stone-
burner, "Accentuated Problems of' In-
dustrial Society Reflected in Literature."
Newman Club, General Meeting, Nov.
2, 8 p.m.; Dance: "Evening in Venice,"
Nov. 2, 8:30 p.m.; Wisconsin Dunkers'
Hour, Nov. 3, After Game; Movie: "Run
Silent, Run Deep," Nov. 3, 8 p.m.; 331
Thompson.

Events
The Faculty Seminar on Conflict Res-
olution will meet at 12:30, Nov. 5 in the
Kalamazoo Rm. of the Women's League
to hear Prof. Daniel R. Miller discuss
"Conflict and Systems of Enduring In-
timate Relationships." In. his research
on families and other intimate rela-
tionships he is concerned with the con-
cept of stability, its formation and dis-
solution.
The Faculty Seminar on Arms Control
and Disarmament will meet at 8 p.m.
Nov. 5 in the Conference Room of the
Medical Research Institute for a presen-
tation by Daniel Jones and Phillip Chase
of the Bendix Systems Division on the
topic "Contract Research in Arms Con-
trol and Disarmament."
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
Affairs not later than 12 o'clock noon
on the Tues. prior to the event.
NOV. 1-
Chicago, Exchange Dinner, W.Q.
NOV. 2-
Alpha Omicron Pi, Fall party, 800
Oxford; Kappa Delta, Parents Weekend,
1620 Cambridge; Public Health Club,
Dinner dance, VFW, 310 E. Liberty; Sig-
ma Chi, TGIF, 548 S. State; Stockwell,
Greek Party.
NOV. 3-
Williams, Corridor Party, W.Q.; Alpha
Chi Omega, Open open house, 1735
Washtenaw; Alpha Epsilon Pi, House
party, 2101 Hill; Alpha Gamma Delta,
Father's weekend, 1322 Hill; Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, Football open house, 800 Ox-
ford; Alpha Xi Delta, Father's weekend,
914 Hill; Anderson House, Open open,
E.Q.; Chi Psi, bance, 620 S. State; Cool-
ey, Open open, E.Q.; Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon, Parents weekend, 1912 Geddes; Del-
ta Sigma Delta, Dance, 1502 Hill; Fred-
erick, Open open, S.Q.; Gamma Phi
Beta, Open open, 1520 S. University;
Gomberg, Dance, S.Q.; Hayden, Party
and open open, E.Q.; Kappa Sigma, Pa-
jama party, 806 Hill.
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Phi Delta Theta, Dance, 1437 Washte-
naw; Phi Epislon Pi, Father's weekend,
1805 Washtenaw; Phi Sigma Sigma, Open
house, 407 N. Ingalls; Psi Upsilon, Party,
1000 Hill; Reeves, Record dance, S.Q.;
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Party, 1408 Wash-
tenaw; Sigma Chi, Dance party, 548 S.
State; Sigma Phi, Record Dance, 426 N.
Ingalls; Sigma Phi Epsilon, House par-
ty, 733 S. State; Stockwell, Open house
after game; Strauss, Party, E.Q.; Tau
Delta Phi, Halloween party (3rd floor),
2015 Washtenaw; Theta Chi, Post con-
cert dance, 1451 Washtenaw; Tyler-Pres-
cott, Open house, E.Q.; Williams House,
Corridor party (4th floor), W.Q.; Zeta
Tau Alpha, Parents weekend, 826 Tap-
pan.
NOV. 4-
Chicago, Open open, W.Q.; Greene,
Open open, E.Q.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
City of Independence, Mo.-Position
open for Director of Public Works. De-
gree in Civil Engrg. or related field.
Extensive exper. in municipal public
works operation, including exper. in an
admin. capacity. Apply by Dec. 15.
Qualitrol Corp., East Rochester, N.Y.
-Opening for Chief Engnr. capable of
becoming engrg. vice-president within 2
or 3 yrs. Degree ME or EE with 5-10.
yrs. exper. as a design engnr. or engrg.
supervisor. Prefer exper. in the control
field, specifically in areas of switches,
thermostats or other similar types of
electro-mech. control devices.
Cresap, McCormick & Paget, Mgmt.
Consultants, New York, N.Y. - Need
qualified Industrial Engnr. for pro-
fessional staff. Degree IE with 4 or 5
yrs. Indust. or hospital exper. Must be
willing to do some traveling.
Blaw-Knox Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.-Ex-
perienced Engineers for many & vari-
ous positions including: Antenna Sales,
Mechanical; Structural, Design, Sales,
Electrical, etc. Various locations.
Michigan Civil Service - 1) Mechani-
cal Engnr.-BS in Mech. or Indust.
Engrg. 2) Solvent Hazard Inspector-
BS Mech. or Electrical Engrg. Apply by

Nov. 19,
Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, Ill.
-Electrical Engnr. hS degree with extra
courses in ME helpful.
Ohio State Univ. Research Founda-
tion, Columbus, Ohio-Mech. Engnr.
with MS or Applied Physicist for a
res. study involving the direct conver-
sion of gas kinetic energy into electri-
cal energy,
Imco Container Co., Kansas City, Mo.
-ChE with a chem. bkgd. in plastics.
Mech. Engnrs. with mech. bkgd. in ma-
chine design. And Indust. Engnrs, with
bkgd . inIndust. mgmt.
* * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg. Bldg.
NOV. 5-
California Institute of Tech., Jet Pro-
pulsion Lab., Pasadena, Calif. - MS-
PhD: AE & Astro., ChE, CE, EE, Com-
mun. Sci., EM & ME. Analytical, Inorg.,
Org. & Phys. Chem., Physics & Math.
Prof.: Applied Mech. PhD: Met. Feb. &
June grads. Men & Women, R. & D.,
Des.
Consumer Power Co.-BS-MS: ChE,
EP & ME. Feb. grads. EE, ME & ChE-
Gas Engrg. & Electrical Operations
Engrg. (Grad. Trng. Prog.) (ME & ChE)
(EE, ME & ChE).
(p.m.)-
General Mills, Inc., Central Res. Labs.,
Minneapolis, Minn. Also interviewing
for Tech. Salesmen for Specialty Prod-
ucts Div., & Prod. Plant Assistants
for the various plants-All Degrees:
ChE & ME. BS-MS: IE & Org. Chem.

BS: E. PhD: Phys. Chem. & Biochem.
R. & D., Prod. & Sales.
Lawrence Radiation Lab., Livermore,
Calif. site-All Degrees: EE, ME, Math,
Physics & Chemistry. Feb. & June grads.
Men & Women. R. & D.
Phillips Petroleum Co., Res. & Dev.
Center, Bartlesville, Okla.-All Degrees:
ChE, EE & ME. MS-PhD: Instrumenta-
tion. PhD: E Mech. Men & Women. R. &
D.
Universal Oil Products Co., Riverside,
Ill. and/or Des Plaines, Ill.-All De-
grees: ChE. R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
United States Rubber Co., Corporate
& Unit Needs,-BS-MS: ChE, E,. IE &
ME. BS: E Math, EM, E Physics & Sci.
Engrg. Feb. grads. R. & D., Des., Prod.
Wyandotte Chemicals Corp., Wyan-
dotte, Mich.-BS-MS: ChE. June & Aug.
grads. Des., Prod. & Sales.
U.S. Naval Air Development Center,
Johnsville, Penna.-All Degrees: AE &
Astro., EE, EM & ME. BS: E Physics.
Feb. & June grads. Men & Women. R.
& D., Des., Test & Evaluation.
NOV. 5-6-
Square D Co., Sales--Midwest or East
Application-Lexington, Ky.-BS: E &
ME. Feb. & June grads. Sales & Sales
Appli. Engrg.
United Aircraft, Research Labs, E.
Hartford, Conn.-All Degrees: AE &
Astro., EE, EM, ME & Math. MS-PhD:
ChE, Instru., Mat'ls., Met., Nuclear
& Physics. Prof.: Applied Mech. Men &
Women. Basic & Applied Res.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs

can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment 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 Hodges, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
lobs should consult the bulletin board
in Rm. 2200, daily.
MALE
-Several Odd jobs posted on the bul-
letin board in this office.
2-Electrical Engrs. Must be at least a
Jr. or Sr. with a 3.00, or above, grade
point. Must have Security Clear-
ance. 20 hours per week.
1-Auto-Mechanic. Will bekdoing ma-
jor repairs mainly with trucks, in-
cluding welding. Must have training.
Full-time or at least 20 hours per
week.
5-Native voicers. Native language must
be Thai, Non-Castelian (Mexico,
Peru, Colombia or Chile), French or
Russian.
-Several Store sales. Must be exper-
ienced, Part-time regular.
FEMALE
1-To teach gymnastics on a part-time
permanent basis. Hours would be
flexible.
5-Native Voicers. Native language must
be, Thai, Nan-Castelian (Mexico,
Peru, Colombia or Chile), French or
Russian.
-Several Baby sitting and house
cleaning positions.
-Several Store sales. Must be exper-
ienced. Part-time regular.
1-Full-time sales position in jewelry
store. Must have some sales experi-
ence. 9 a.m.=5:30 p.m.-Mon. night
8:30 p.m.

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ATTENTION STUDENTS
WOLVERINE CLUB is providing
AIR FLIGHTS to NEW YORK
THANKSGIVING . £ Nov. 21 with return Nov. 25
CHRISTMAS . . Dec. 20 with return Jan. 2
1v Willow Run - 5:30 p.m.
Lv Idlewild 7:00 p.m.
First Class Non-Stop DC-7 Willow Run to Idlewild
Excellent Dinner served each way
Special Buses from Union to Willow Run meeting
both going and return flights included in fare.
All Transportation Taxes.
$4800 is the Total Cost
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