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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1960

EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1960

7 To Give

Pair of New
Fellowships
Two new fellowship programs
have been announced by the Uni-
versity.
The first is an NDEA grant for
Asian Studies which is being given
to the University and the Univer-
sity of Chicago.
The fellowships, granted under
Title IV of the Act, range in value
from $2,000 to $2,400, with $400
allowance for each dependent. The
fellowships are automatically re-
newable if the recipient maintain
the graduate school requirement of
a B-plus average. Their renew-
ability without a second applica-
tion is a unique feature of these
fellowships.
Five new fellowships are avail-
able for the coming year. Qualifi-
cations are evidences of both aca-
demic ability and interest in Asian
studies. Students who will have
more than one semester of gradu-
ate work when starting to study
under the grants will be ineligible.
To Study Hindi
Students in the program will
study Hindi, Sanskrit and Persian,
and the study of Southern Asia
through degree courses offered in
the geography, history and politi-
cal science departments. Interdis-
ciplinary seminars are also avail-
able in Near Eastern Studies, An-
thropology and Far Eastern Lan-
guages and Literatures.
Fellowship application forms
may be secured from Prof. Robert
I. Crane of the history depart-
ment and must be returned to the
chairman of the Committee on
Asian Studies by March 1.
Sloan Felowships
The Sloan fellowship program
for mathematics and science
teachers is the second new pro-
gram.
The fellowships are of two types,
Summer Fellowships for 1960 and
Academic Year Fellowships for
1960-61.
The summer fellowships carry a
stipend of $600 and a travel allow-
ance of seven cents per mile for
one round trip between the recipi-
ent's home and Ann Arbor.
They will be awarded to persons
currently engaged in high school
teaching of science or mathe-
matics, who have been carrying on
graduate work, the majority of
which has been taken at Univer-
sity Graduate Study Centers.
Offers Teachers
These fellowships offer pros-
pective teachers of science and
mathematics an opportunity to
continue their studies in graduate
school. Applicants will be expected
to indicate their intention of en-
tering the teaching profession and
remaining in it for a significant
period.'
Application blanks may be ob-
tained by writing to "Fellowships."
Rm. 110, Rackham Bldg.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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ment training program and sales train-
ing program in Tire Division.
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.,
Ann Arbor, Mich. Location of work:
Detroit and Ann Arbor area. Gradu-
ates: June, Aug. Life insurance. Men:
They are anxious to recruit and train
outstanding young men for full time
work in life insurance sales after grad-
uation. They are also interested in men
for part-time sales on campus during
the junior, senior, or graduate year.
The Procter & Gamble Distributing
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Location of work:
Organization
Notices
(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered
organizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for the spring
semester should register by Feb. 29.
Forms available, 2011 Student Acti-
vities Bldg.)
* . .
Am. Soc. of Civil Engineers, meeting,
Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m., Union, 3rd floor conf.
rm. Speaker: Tawfig Khaur (American
Marietta), "Prestressed Concrete Struc-
tures." Refreshments.
International Folk Dancers, instruc-
tion and dancing, Feb. 17, 8 p.m., Lane
Hall.
* .* . 0
Luth. Student Assoc., Class: "From
the Bible to the Modern World" - Dr.
G. Mendenhall, Feb. 16, 7:15 p.m. Hill
St. and S. Forest Ave.
* S S
Phi Sigma Soc., business meeting,
7:30 p.m., Lecture with films -- Prof.
D. V. Baxter, "Wilderness, Geofungi,
and Forest Succession in Alaska," 8
p.m., Feb. 18, Rackham Amphitheatre.
* * *
Young Democrats, discussion with
Thomas Cleary on Unicameral Legisla-
ture, Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m., Union.

All over the U.S. Graduates: June.
Men with degrees in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for marketing
training program. The trainee receives
initial training and then accompanied
by an experienced trainer begins mak-
ing sales calls in his own newly as-
signed territory. The man's training
program proceeds as far as he can
learn.
Fri., Feb. 19:
Libbey Owens Ford Glass Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Location of work: Toledo, Ohio.
Graduates: June. Employs 13,000. Men
with BS or MS degree in Physics for
Research and Development, Produc-
tion, Design or Sales.
American Agricultural Chemical Co.,
Detroit, Mich. Location of work: Mid-
west. Graduates: June. Nature of busi-
ness: Manufacture of heavy chemicals
and fertilizers. Men with a degree in
Education or Economics for manage-
ment training or production.
Mutual of New York, Detroit, Mich.
Location of work: Greater Detroit area.
Graduates: June. Nature of business:
Life insurance. Men with a degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administra-
tion for Insurance Sales.
Aeroquip Corp., Jackson, Mich. Lo-
tion of work: training in Jackson and
then anywhere in the U.S. Graduates:
June. Products: Flexible hose lines,
June graduates. Must be male U.S.
inter-changeable, re-usable fittings and
self-sealing couplings. Men with a de-
gree in Liberal Arts or Business Admin-
istration for Production or Sales Train-
ing program.
Mutual of New York, Detroit, Mich.
Location of work: Greater Detroit area.
Graduates: June. Nature of business:
Life Insurance. Men with a degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administration
for Insurance Sales. Life Insurance,
Accident and Sickness, Hospitalization,
Retirement Plans, for individuals and
for employee groups.
Interviews:
The following companies will inter-
view at the Engrg. Placement Office,
128H W. Engrg. Bldg.
Feb. 17:
Aluminum Co. of America, entire co.
BS: ChE, CE, EE, IE, ME and Met.
citizen.
American-standard, Detroit Controls

Div., Marketing Dept. Location varied.
BS: EE and ME. June graduates, men
only.
Borg-Warner Corp., throughout the
U.S. All degrees: ChE, EE, IE, ME and
Met. MS and PhD: Analytical, Inor-
ganic, and Organic Chemistry: PhD:
Physics. June and Aug. grads. Must be
male U.S. citizens.
Caetrpillar Tractor Co., Aurora, De-
catur, Joliet and Peoria, Ill. BS and
MS: ChE, CE, EE, E. Physics, ME, Met.,
and E Math for Computers Res. Feb.,
June and Aug. grads. Must be male
U.S. citizens.
Dana Corp., Con-Vel Div., Detroit,
Mich. BS: ME. June and Aug. grads.
Must be male U.S. citizen.
Diamond Alkali Co., entire corp. BS
and MS: ChE, Mat'ls, ME. Also: All de-
grees: Gen'l, Inorg, Org., and Phys.
Chemistry. BS and MS: Analytical
Chem. Also: Ind. or private acctg. Fi-
anance, Corp., Marketing Sales. (Min.
1 yr. college Chem.)
The General Tire & Rubber Co., en-
tire corp. except Aerojet-General and
RKO General -- Ohio, Indiana, Pa.,
Mass., Ky., Texas, etc. BS and MS: ChE.
BS: EE, EM, E Math, E Physics, IE and
Science. June and Aug. grads. Citizen-
ship required. -
Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Develop-
ment-Brooklyn, N.Y. or Groton, Conn.;
Prod.-Brooklyn, Groton or Terre Haute,
Ind.; Sales-any location. BS and MS:
ChE. Feb., June and Aug. grads. Sum-
mer employment: Jrs. in ChE.
Stewart-Warner Corp., Midwest lo-
cations. All degrees: EE and ME. June

grads. Citizenship required.
Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, other
Bureau of Ships organizations. BS: CE,
E, and ME. Feb., June and Aug. grads.
Citizenship required.
U.S. Gov't., David Taylor Model Ba-
sin, Washington area. All degrees: AR,
CE, RE, EM, ME and NA and. Marine.
BS: E Math, E Physics, Mat'is, Met.
Feb., June and Aug. grads. Summer
employment: NA and Marine and AE
sophomores and juniors please check
Placement Office on Feb. 16.
Feb. 16 and 17 (a.m.
Ingersoll-Rand Co., Sale sEngrg. --
U.S. and overseas; other openings at
plants in Northeast USA. All degrees:
EM and ME. BS and MS: Met. BS: CE,
EE, Physics and IE. June and Aug.
grads. Must be male U.S. citizen.
Feb. 17, 18 and 19:
Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc., Santa.
Monica, El Segundo, and Long Beach,
Calif.; Tulsa, Oklahoma, Charlotte,
N. C. (Missiles and Space Systems and
Testing Div. are also at Santa Monica
location). All degrees: AE, EE. MS and
PhD: EM, Instru., ME, ChE or Met.
June and Aug. grads. Summer Em-
ployment: Please check Placement Of-
fice the day before you would like to
interview. Citizenship required.
Feb. 17 and 18:
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Akron,
Ohio for training and eventual assign-
ment in any U.S. or foreign plants.
BS and MS: ChE. BS: EM, IE and ME.
June and Aug. grads. Summer employ-
ment: At a later date. Must be male
U.S. citizen.

Student Part-Time
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: Monday through Friday, 1:30
p.m. to 4:45 p.m..
Employers desirous of hiring students
for partntime work should contact Jim
Stempson, Student Interviewer at NO
3-1511, Ext..2939.
MALE
6 Waiters (11:30 to 1:30 p.m., Mon-Fri.)
2 Meal jobs (2 fraternity.)

1 Furniture sales (2 evenings per
week plus Saturdays, must have pre-
vious furniture sales experience.)
3 Psych test subjects (10-12 noon,
Mon.-Fri.)
1 Repair photographic equipment (20
hrs. per week.)
1 Residence Hall counselor.
1 Tutor for 17 year old high school
student (tutoring primarily Biologi-
cal and English subjects.)
FEMALE
1 Typist (full-time temporary.)
1 Typist (afternoons, 20 hrs. per wk.)
18 Tour guides for research labs (10-15
hrs. per week, hrs. are flexible, back-
ground or interest in natural sci-
ence.)
1 Steno-typist (15-20 hrs. per week.)
1 Typist (operate dictaphone.)

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Want Your Raincoat
Made Water-repellent
During February
We will apply the famous
"cravenette" process
to your plain raincoat
(no pile or quilted linings)
for the price of cleaning
and pressing only.
Gold Bond
Cle aners
515 E. William

D.. New Night Class Tuesday uses ABCs',
~ DI14 to 16 weeks. Fastest and quickest
system. increase your salary,
TYPNG OP lONMAr.
Schools in over 400 cities. Over 150,000 graduates.
Free employment service. One low fee. No extra tuition.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Founded 1915 Phone NO 8-7831 State & William Sts.

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ENGINEERING NOTICE
The Martin Company representative wit!
visit the campus on March 1, 2, 3 to discuss
opportunities for graduates of the School of
Engineering.
Contact your Placement Officer for ap-
pointment and further details.
THE MARTIN COMPANY.
BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND
Missiles - Electronic Systems - Nuclear
Applications - Advanced Space Programs
Designers and Manufacturers

From the President of the Interfraternity Council:
Why rush? There are just two answers to this question. Either you did not rush last Fall or
you rushed and did not make a decision about pledging.
If you have never rushed fraternities at Michigan, we feel there should be no question
in your mind. No matter how final you feel your plans are about living in a dormitory
or apartment next year, we urge you not to forego your opportunity to rush. Now that you
have spent some time on campus you have had a chance to judge the University Quad-
rangle System; but are you really acquainted with organized college life at the fraternity
o- level.
For you who have rushed but have not yet found the right house, we remind you
that the Michigan system contains forty-four houses. You did not see them all first se-
mester; you most probably have not found the affiliation best suited to your interests.
Fraternity affiliation is more than just a housing arrangement. It does involve lifelong
obligations. The Interfraternity Council does not ask every man to pledge; we only urge
that you make your own decision after you personally have judged Michigan fraternities.
Good luck in rush!

Cordially,

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Interfraternity Council
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Rushing Registration
Feb. 16-19: 9-12 A.M. and 1-5 P.M.
Feb. 20: 9-12-A.M.
Registration Desk, first floor of the Michigan Union
Attend the Mass Rush Meeting
Tomorrow evening at 7:30

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