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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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(Continued from Page 4)
picture deadline to Mon.; 2) exemp-
L of attendance at training meetings
incumbents; disapproved interpre-3
on of Rule 7 to allow mailings of
forms within the $15 expenditure
wed "for the printing by SGO of
h additional platform statements as
candidate may desire."
eceived report on work of Student
Lsing and Environmental Health
nmittee; approved recommendation
continue student representation on
scommittee.
iretced Student Activities Commit-
to investigate the various means of
king available to new students in-
nation similar to that now con-
Led in the "M" Handbook, and to
ort to the Council not later than
meeting of April 13 with recom-
ndations for action.
irected SOO to request of the
per University officials an oppor-
iity to review the spring exarAL
edule before it receives final ap-
val and publication.
he following student-sponsored so-
t events have been approved for the
sing weekend. Social chairmen are
ninded that requests for approval
social events are due in the Office
Student Affairs not later than 12
lock noon on Tuesday prior to the
nt.
eb. 26: Alice Lloyd, Theta Xi, An-
son Hse., Mich. Hse., Van Tyne Hse.,
lta Sigma Theta, Geddes Use., Grad.
dent Council, Phi Delta Phi, Stock-
1I Hall, Theta Chi.
'eb. 27: Allen Rumsey Hse., Alpha
lta Phi, Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha
ma Phi, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta
eta Pi, Delta Chi, Gomberg Hse.,
ppa Sigma, Kelsey Hse., Mich. Hse.,
I Delta Phi, Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma
>ha Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
eta Chi, Van Tyne Hse., Zeta Beta
,u, Theta Delta Chi.

Mon., Feb. 29: Charles Eliot Norton1
Lecture, illustrated. "Mycenaean Tombs
and Heroic Tradition in Nestor's Pylos."
Spyridon Marinatos, Rector and Prof.!
of Archaeology, Univ. of Athens. 4:10
p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Academic Notices
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. Sarnoxf
Mednick, University of Michigan. "An
Associational Theory of Creative Think-
ing." Fri., Feb. 26, 4:15 p.m., Aud. B.
Coffee will be served in 3417 Mason Hall
from 3:45 to 4:15. Everyone welcome.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Feb.
26, 4:15 p.m., the Observatory. Dr. Alan
H. Barrett will speak on "The Atmos-
phere of Venus."
Placement Notices
The follow'ing schools have listed
teaching vacancies for the 1960-61
school year.
Flossmoor, Ill. - Elem. (K-6); Jr. HS
Soc. Stud./Eng., Math/Sci., For. Lang.
(prefer French).
Monticello, N.Y. (Central Sch. Dist.
No. 1) - 11th grade English.
Muskegon, Mich.-7th gr. Sci./Phys.
Ed., 8th gr. Math/Coaching, 9th gr.
Eng./Coaching, Librarian, Art (7-10).
Posen, Ill. (South Suburban Public
School Cooperative Association of Cook
County) - Sight Saving, Educable
Mentally Handicapped. Perceptually
Handicapped.
Walton, N. Y. (Coop Board) -- Read-
ing Specialist.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin Bldg., NO 3-1511. Ext. 489.

Wed., March 2:
(Summer Positions)
Social Security Admin. will interview
students for summer jobs. They have
need of ten (10) student assts. (jun-
iors) for the State of Mich. for 8 weeks
during the summer months. Are inter-
ested in majors in social sciences, so-
cial services, and especially political
science. Will be interviewed by field of-
fices for specific positions; must file
to take the April Federal Service En-
trance Examination. If job works out
favorably, student is assured of a job
after graduation.

Interviews:
The following companies will inter-
view at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin. Bldg. Due to printing dif-
ficulties, we are unable to enclose a
more detailed description of the com-
panies, but if you are interested, call
ext. 3371 or 509 for information and
and interview appointment.
Mon., Feb. 29:
Aeronautical Chart and Information
Center, Harvard-Radcliffe, Program in
Bus. Ad., Union Carbide Corp., East-
man Kodak Co.
Tues., March 1:
Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Bus.
Ad., Consolidate Edison Co. of New
York, Continental Casualty Co., Martin
E. Segal, Union Carbide Corp.
Wed., March 2:
7th U.S. Civil Service, Jones & Laugh-
lin Steel Corp., Metropolitan Life In-
surance Co.
Thurs., March 3:
International Business M a e h i n e s
(IBM), Procter and Gamble-Buying
and Traffic.
Fri., March 4:
American Bank and Trust of Chicago,
Prudential Life Insurance Co. Dept. of
Labor, Battelle Memorial Institute.
We'll see the usual PLUS.
You're not herded around.
A college tour that's different
EUROPE SUMMER TOURS
225 Sequoia, Box 2 Pasadena, Calif.

The following companies will inter-f
view at the Engrg. Placement, 128H W.f
Engrg. Bldg.
Feb. 29, March 1 and 2:l
Procter & Gamble, Manufacturing,
Research and Dev., Engrg., Ind. Engrg.
All degrees: ChE. BS and MS: CE, EE,
EM, IE, and ME. BS: E Math, and Sci-
ence. MS: Construction, Instru. BS and
MS: Gen'l. Anal., Inorg., Org., and
Phys. Chemistry. Feb., June and Aug.I
grads. Summer employment: March 2!
only. Citizenship required,
March 1:
The Sherwin-Williams Co., Locations:
See job descriptions posted on Place-
ment Bulletin Board. BS: ChE, EE, IE
and ME. All degrees: Analytical, Inorg.,
Org. and Physical Chemistry. Feb., June
and Aug. grads. Must be male U.S. citi-
zen.
Union Carbide Corp., New York Gen'l
Offices,FNew York City area. BS and
MS: ChE, CE, BE, EM. IE, ME and Met.
Gen'l, Inorg. and Phys. Chem. and
Math. BS: E Math.
West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., all
operation plants, Res. and Dev. Labs.
and offices including Hinde & Dauch
Div. and Multiwall Bag Div. All de-
grees: ChE, EM and ME, Physics. BS:
CE, E Physics. MS: Instru. PhD: All
phases of Chem. and Physics. BA and
MA: All degrees and programs for sales.
Law: LLB or students with 1-2 yrs. of
law -- Patent Agent Trainee - under-

grad work in Engrg. June and Aug.
graduates. Must be male U.S. citizen.
Illinois Institute of Tech., Armour
Research Foundation, all research divi-
sions. All degrees: AE, ChE, CE, EE, EM
ME, Met., Chem., Physics and Math.
MS and PhD: Instru., and Nuclear.
PhD: Bacteriology. June and Aug.
grads. Citizenship required.
Spencer Kellogg & Sons, Inc. Assign-
ment in anyone of various locations
(Principally midwest after trng. pro-
gram in Buffalo, N.Y.) BS: ChE, Org.
Chem. Also BA: Ind. Acctg. June grads.
Men with military service completed.
Lockheed Aircraft Corp.,. Ga. Div.,
Marietta, Ga. All Degrees: AE, EE, ME
and Math. BS: E Physics. MS and PhD:
Nuclear. June and Aug. grads. Summer
employment: Jrs. Please check Place-
ment Office on Feb. 29. Citizenship re-
quired.
The Mead Corp., Chillicothe, Ohio. BS,
and MS: ChE, lB ME. MS: Sanitary.
June and Aug. grads. Must be male
U.S. citizen.
March 1, 2, 3, and 4:
Boeing Airplane Co., Seattle, Wash.,
and Wichita, Kansas. All degrees: AE,
ME, EE, CE - (Structures), EM, E
Physics, Also Welding Engrg., Physics
and Math. June grads. Summer em-
ployment: Special schedule for sum-
mer posted on March 3. Must be active
on campus outside classroom, have
achieved above average academic ex-

cellence, serious about summer work,
and ready to accept a job. See Boeing
Summer Program Poster for qualifi-
cations. Citizenship required.
Feb. 29, March 1:
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron
Ohio. All degrees: Gen'l., Analytical,
Inorg., Org. and Phys. Chemistry, Phy-
sics, ChE. BS: CE, BE, E Phys., IE and
ME. Feb. and June grads. Citizenship
required.
Goodyear Aircraft Corp., Akron, Ohio.
All degrees: -AE, CE, BE ,and ME. MS
and PhD: EM, Physics and Math. PhD:,
Met. Summer employment: Please'
check Placement Office the dlay before
you planato interview. Citizenship re-
quired. Must be able to be cleared for
classified work.
Sperry Rand Corp., Remington Rand
Univac, St. Paul, Minn.; Philadelphia,
Pa.; S. Norwalk Conn. All degrees: BE.
Feb., June grads. Must be male U.S.
citizen.
March 1, 2, 3:
The Martin Co., Baltimore, Orlando,
and Denver. All degrees: EE and Met.
BS: E Physics. MS: Mat'ls. and AE,
Physics. PhD: AE, ChE, CE, EM, and
Nuclear Physics & Phys. Chem. June
grads. Citizenship required. Must pass
company physical exam.
Student ,Part=Time

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Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Rm. 1020
Admin. Bldg., during the following
hours: Mon. through Fri., 1:30 p.m. to
4:45 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Jim
Stempson, Student Interviewer at NO
3-1511, Ext. 2939.
MALE
2 Waiters (hours flexible.)

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Typist (afternoons, 20 hrs. per week.)
Tour guides for research labs. (10-15
hrs. per week, hrs. are flexible, back-
ground or interest in natural science.)
Typist-electric typewriter, $ a.m. to
12 noon, Monday-Friday.)

2 Bass or electric guitar players.
2 Rooms in exchange for yard and
housework.
1 Housefather, grad. student preferred.
Psych., Soc. or Ed. major. (6 nights
per week 6-9 p.m. 35 min. drive from
Ann Arbor.)
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Summer Placement Service:
The Summer Placement Service will
be open every afternoon from 1:30 to
5, and all day Friday from 8:30 to 12
and from 1:30 to 5. Rm. D528 of the
Student Activities Bldg.
Interviews:
The following organization will in-
terview at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin. Bldg. Call Ext. 3371 for an
interview appointment.

FACULTY-FAMILY DAY

Concerts
Concert: The Pittsburgh Symphony
Orchestra, William Steinberg, conduc-
tor, will be heard at 8:30 p.m. Mon.,
Peb. 29 in the following program: So-
nata "Pian e Forte" for Two Instru-
mental Choirs (Gabriell); Symphony
No. 2 in D major (Beethoven); Over-
ture to "Don Giovanni" (Mozart);
Pittsburgh Symphony (Hindemith);
and the Prelude to "Die Meistersinger"
(Wagner). Tickets are available Mon.
during the day, until 4:30, at the of-
fices of the University Musical Society;
and will be on sale at the Hill. Aud.
box office after 7:00 p.m. until concert
time.
Lectures
Lecture: Dr. Matta Akrawi, Director
of the New York office of UNESCO, will
speak on "Education in the Arab
World" on Mon., Feb. 29 at 4:15 p.m. in
Aud. A. A discussion on this same
topic will be held at 8 p.m., Feb. 29
in the E. Conference Em., Rackham
Bldg.

Sat., Feb. 27 ... 2-5 P.M.

Union Ballroom

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Billiards

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TONIGHT

SPEAKS:

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B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
1429 H ill Street

Bridge
Entertainment

"I read the GARGOYLE, as we are fresh out
of mail-order catalogs. Not only is it good
to read while relaxing, but it can be put to
good use afterward."

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SABBATH SERVICES
Friday, February 26, 7:15 P.M.
IN BRASLEY LOUNGE.

FREE!

Refreshments

GARGOYLE IS COMING

THIS MONDAY

Sponsors:
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternrity

ALL FACULTY MEMBERS AND FAMILIES ARE WELCOME.

BRING A QUARTER

Askembly: Dr. Henry F. Vaughan Will
speak on -A Look at Public Health I
Through the Years" on Mon., Feb. 29
at 4 p.m., School of Public Health Aud.

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