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PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1963

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 5) ter of Governmental Admin. degree. r-esponsible for all phases of plant sec. openings but will see candidates In cago, Ill.-BS: CitE, CE, EE, IE & ME.
Fellowships ranging up to $5,000 are acc't., monthly reports, inventory, pay- sec. fields, Dec. grads. Des., Prod., Sales.
berg, Dance, South Quad; Greene House, available for a number of students with roll, etc, Growth oppor. THURS., NOV. 21- Research Trianbie Institute, Radiation
Ship; Wreck Party, East Quad; Hayden, promising potentialities. * * * Warren, Mich. (Fitzgerald Schs.). Systems Lab., Research Triangle Inst.
Open Open, East Quad; Hinadale, Open Univ. of Illinodis, Champaign, Iii. - For further information, please call Wyandotte, Mich. (Riverciew Schts.)- tute, Durham, N. CarolIna-MS-phD:
Open, Alice Lloyd. Attention men who might be going to General Div., Bureau of' Appts., 3200 Early Elem.; Sp. Ed, Type' A; 7th grade Commun. Sci. & EE. R. & D.
the U. of Ill, for graduate or profes- SAB, Ext. 3544.-efcnandJHEg;Bu.d; US.WthrueuMeolgiti
Kappa Alpha Theta (Nov. 16 & 17), slonal study in fall of 1964. Financial VsitfTechand;JEgl;Bs All .S.tate raci , Caibeanoolo& An
Yathers' Weekend, 1414 Washttenaw; assistance is being offered qualified ap- TEACHER PLACEMENT: Vst ec-AlSaePcfc aiba n-
Lambda Chi Alpha, Party, 1601 Washte- plicants through serving as a part-time Beginning the week of Nov. 18, the FRI., NOV. 22- arctica, Res., Satellite & Engrg. mostly
flaw; Michigan House, Susterka Lake staff member assigned to general coun- following schools will be at the Bureau Mt. Clemens, Mich. - K, 1, 5, 6; El in Wash., D.C. area-All Degrees: Me-
Dance; Newberry-Kelsey, Hayride & seling-advising functions in undergrad to Interview prospective teachers for Music; JH EngI, (Clinton Schts.). teor. & -Physics. BS-MS: CE, EE &
Dane;PhiAlhaKapaSqureDaceme'sresdece als.Sholdhae smethi yarandnet.* * * Math, MS: Commun. Scd. BS: E Phys-
Dlaner al ta ; Phi ApaKpSqreDne, en'speinceu halls. Shudhv cethiU eran et For appointments and additional In- ics & E Math, R. & D., Des,, Weather
Gletae algFrl, tic 3r. PahtDea; xp.Ingopwr.TES., NOV. 19- formatIon contact the Bureau of Ap- Satellites, Instrumentation, Hydrology,
Phi Epsilon P1, Party, 1805 Washtenaw; Mineola, New Yark. pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext. Public Works, Forecasting, Atmospheric
Phi Kappa Psi, Sat. Night Party, 1556 POSITION OPENINGS: Southfield, Mich.-K-6; El Vocal; Sp. 3547.,eeac.
Washtenaw; Phi Sigma Sigma, Fall U.S. Public Health Service, Detroit, Corr.; Visit. Teach.; HS Math; for _____
Hrouse Party, Hillel, 1429 Hill; Phi Beta Mich.-Continuous openings for Pro- Second Semester. ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-P rtT m
Phi Sorority, Open -Open, 836 Tappan; gram Representatives. BA Liberal Arts. WED., NOV. 20- VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
P1 Lambda Phi, Pre-Banquet (5:30-7:30), Exper. not necessary. Age range open, Allen Park, Mich.-Grades 1 (woman) sign interview schedule at 128-H West
715 Hill; Phi Lambda Phi, ~Banquet will consider new grads. Management & 5; JH Ind. Arts; HS Counselor. Engrg. for appointments with the fol- E p o m n
(730-1:00), Inn America. Training Program--begin with field work Garden City, Mich.-Elementary; no lowing:
Sigma Clhi, House Party, 548 S. State; interviewing, investigating, public re- NOV. 19-20-
Sigma Nu, Pledge Formal, 700 Oxford; lationa & educ. Oppor. to be promoted Aerospace Corp., El Segundo Opera- The following part-time jobs are
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Party, 7 S. State; to Field Supv. or area of admin. tos&SnBradn prtos-aalbe plctosfrteejb
Strauss, Open Open, East Quad; Tau YWCA, Omaha; Neb.-Seeking exper- R A IZA l TPhD: Physics, Commun. Sci., EE, In- ment Oie, 2200 tdetAitiese
Delta Phi, Pledge Formal, Sheraton ienced, but relatively young woman to stru. All Degrees: Math, Prof.: Applied Bldg. duringe, followidn hours:tMon.
Cadillac Hotel; Tau Kappa Epsilon, be Camp Director, Would have respon- k~~I" SMech's. R. & D., Des., Sys. Engrg. Bd. uigtefloighus o.
Pledge Formal, 805 Oxford; Theta Del- sibility for physical activity in Central I , I NOV. 19- thru Fri. 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30
ta Clii, Pledge Formal, 42390 Ann Ar- bldg. in the winter months. 1 month Continental 01,1 Co., Res. & Dev. Mfg. tl5pm
bor Rd.; Theta Xi, Pledge Formal, 1345 summer resident camp for girls in sum- . . Depts., Ponca City, Okla-All Degrees: formpart-tye drs full-tie terar
Waahtenaw; Tyler-Prescott, Open Open, mer. CE E hm-Aay. r.&Py-frpr-ieo ultm eprr
East Quad; VanTyne-Markley, Monte U.S. CivIl Service-Various job vacan- Baha'i Student Group, "Paths to the iChE, E& Cah. B-An:t. r. & Phs work, should contact Dave Lowman,
arlo ?,arty; Wenley, Court Floor Party, dies including: Mgmt. Analyst, Engi- Knowledge of God," Nov. 15, 8 p.m., 500 Car)n& GMath. BS- s, E. R. taD. Part-time Interviewer at NO 3-1511,
West Quac4; Winchell, Stockwell Band neers (all types), Digital Compter Pro- E. William, Apt. 3. Dlv., Corning, N.Y.-AlI Degrees: EE, Et 53
Dance (,30-12), West Quad; Winchell, grammer, Librarian, Registrar Ass't., So- Cercle Francais, Play: La Lecon, Nov. EM, ME. MS-PhD: InstrumentatIon. Student desiring miscellaneous odd
iowa afiter game Open Open (4-5), West clal Worker (clinical), Historian, Also, 22-24, 2:30 & 8 p.m., 2065 FB. Tickets ES: E Math, E Physics, PhD: Mat'ls., jobs should consult the bulletin board
Quad; X House, Open Open, Markley; Foreign service secretaries for the U.S. on sale, FE lobby or call Bia or Gail, Physics & Math. Prof. & PhD: Met. in Room 2200, daIly.
Alpha Epslon Pi, House Party, 2101 Dept. of State are needed In Washing- NO 2-3121. R. & D., Des. I-Grad student in Library Science to
Wl; Pli sigma Delta, Fireside Party, ton, D.C. & a multitude of overseas Graduate Outing Club, Hike, Nov. 17 NOV. 19-20- work in medical library on Sats.
Felowsips rngn u o5,0 e2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St. En- Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., St. Must have car.
NOV.abl 7fLthra nuositalof st.ut is, Mo l trac.Grwhop
gy, 7..Lutera Hopitl o St LoisMo.trace.Paul, MInn.-AII Degrees: CihE. BS-MS: 2-Grocery checkers, Must have exper-
Tyler-Presott, Open Open, East Quad; -Seeking Staff Therapeutic Dietitian, TChristian Fellowship, Nov. 15, EE & Mat's. ES: IE & ME. PhD: Phys- enc. Good starting salary.
Van Tyne, Open Open, Markley; Fish- A.D.A. Thiis a 375-bed hospital. Good 7:30 p.m., Union Speaker: John White ics. Dec. grads. R. & D., Des., Prod., 1-Male to work on meat counter.
or, OpOpenpen, Markley; Markley, Open benefits. MMD "Christianit onDthNLt Al Prod. Ind. Engrg.
OpenA Scott, Open Open, Markley. Oregon Civil Service-Utility Director ri y e atn mer- NOV. 19- Must have experience. May work
Ogfor the Ore. Public Utility Commission, can Campus. New York University, Grad Sch. of approx. 20 hrs. per week.
BheS in Econ., Engrg., Acc't., Bus, Ad. or Student Governors, Monthly Confer- Business Admin.-A l BS & MS inter- 1-Experienced switchboard operator
pa e NLaw & 8 yrs exper. In business or govt. ence, Nov. 16, Coffee, 9:30 a.m., Meeting, ested in grad work in business for an "on call" basis. Will work
affording a knowledge of govt' regula- 10 a.m., League, Henderson Rm NOV. 10 (p.m.)- days only,
ANNOU CEMiANTS: tion of the utility industry. Congr. Disc. E & R Stud. Guild, National Lead Co., Titanium Div., s. 1-Position Analyst, Prefer student in
Univ. of Pennsylvania, Graduate Div., General Cable Corp., Perth Amboy, Luncheon Discussion, Roger Steggerda: Amboy, N.J.; St. Louis, Mo.-All De- Hospital Admin. Must be qualified
Wharton Schoolsef Finance & Commerce N.J.-Plant Accountant for Cass City, "What Is YAP?" Noon; Informal Disc., grees: ChE. MS-PhD: Met. R. & D. to analyze, describe, and evaluate
-Pofessional Educ. for Careers in GOv- Mich. plant Degree Acc't. plus 4-6 yrs. "Brother David in Retrospect," 8 p.m.; NOV. 19- positions and ideally would have
epnent Finance. Will work for a Mass exper. in manufacturing acc't. Will be Nov. 15, 802 Monroe. Peoples Gas, Light & Coke Co., Chi- had experience,
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