PTEMBER 25, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Kessel-Serwin Alpha Epsilon Pi and graduate of
the Unviersity, is employed by
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kessel of Ann LaSalle & Koch, Toledo, Ohio.
irbor announce the engagement An April wedding is planned.
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Every Friday morning on this page The Daily will run a column
called "On The House." In this column will be run notices of housing
group functions - parties, dances, picnics. Fraternities, sororities,
dormitory groups, coops and other living units are welcomed to pub-
licize their group events in this column.
Forms providing the information necessary will be available at the
Student Activities Bldg. at the IHC, IFC, Assembly and Panhellenic
offices and on the second floor of the Student Publications Bldg.
Forms must be returned to the office of The Daily by 5 p.m. of
the Wednesday preceding the weekend of the social event to reach
the column. Read and take advantage of "On the House" beginning
next Friday in this spot.
Schedule Tryout Meeting
For Musket Production
A mass meeting for all those
interested in working on this Asch encouraged everyone to try
year's Musket production will be out for the production. "In the
held at 7 p.m. Sunday in the past we have used people both
Union Ballroom. with. and without previous experi-
"We feel that Musket offers an ence," he said.
opportunity for everyone to work "Carousel" will be presented on
on' all levels towards an artistic Dec. 2 3, 4 and 5. "We have added
production," Richard Asch, Grad., an extra performance because of
general chairman of:the organiza- the success of last year's show,"
tion. Asche explained.
Musket is an all-student activ-
ity, Aschi continued, which pre-.
sents a major musical comedy Mahal ia Jackson
each year. This year -Rogers &
Hammerstein's "Carousel" has
been chosen, The mass meeting o Ap ear Here
itself will be short, Asch promised,
and it will be followed immedi- "The greatest jazz voice since
ately by tryouts for principal parts Bessie Smith," Mahalia Jackson,
and t'he singing and dancing will appear at Ann Arbor High
chorus. There will also be organi- School at 8;30 pan. Saturday.
zatiohal metings for the commit- Tickets are available at local
tees. record and book stores.
All sophomores and juniors are
eligible to petition for the 1960
J-Hop committee chairmanships,
Alex Fisher, '61, announced Yes-
Petitions will be available in
Rm. 2534 of the Student Activitiesj
Building on Tuesday and must beI
returned there by Saturday, Oct. 3
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For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Maxwell, Air Force Base, Alabama, Air
/University, has vacancy for an Educa-
tional Specialist. At least completion
of 4 yrs. college, including or supple-
mented by major study in education,'
with special study in psych., stat., test
construction, and evaluation. Must have
3 or more yrs, of responsible experience.
Raytheon Mfg. Co., Microwave and
Power Tube Div., Massachusetts, has
openings for the following at all de-
gree and experience levels: Chemists,
Director, Complete listing and descrip-
tion are on file at the Bureau."
Engrs., Technical Recruiter, Training
Current Federal Examination An-
nouncements and local and regional
Civil Service Examinations announce-
ments are now on file at the Bureau.
The Internat'l Silver Co., Meriden,
Conn., has job opportunities in their.
Sales Dept. Prefer ages.22-30, with mil-
itary service completed.
Warren City Schools, Warren, Ohio,
is interested in employing a dental hy-
Freeport Sulphur Co., N.Y.C., is in-
terested in finding a Metallurgical Engr.
with approximately five yrs. experience,
preferably in the utilization of nickel
in steel industries. Position is that of
a Technical Representative.
Armco Drainage & Metal Products,
Inc., South Bend, Ind., has need of 2
Sales Engts., preferably have a BS de-
gree in Civil Engrg. or Mech. Engrg., or
Scott, Foresman & Co., Chicago, is
seeking qualified persons, men and wo-
men, seeking editorial careers in the
fields of Science-Mathematics, Bus.
Admin. ahd Psychology-Education, and
A lot more
must have background in college teach-
ing or writing.. Also in need of young
lady with a Journalism or English ma-
jor to prepare material for: elementary
grade publication; and Secretary to do
research, and perform general editor-
HRB-Singer, Ino., Science Park State
College, Pa., has opportunity for a
Mathematical Statistician with Ph.D.
in this field.
Acmte Stele Co., Chicago, is looking
for an Electrical Engrg. graduate, power
option preferred, with little or no ex-
perience who would be interested in
and qualify for an excellent opportu-
nity in their plant Electrical Division.
Diamond Crystal Salt Co., St. Clair,
Mich., is in immediate need of a new
or recent graduate with B.S. in Chem-
ical field, for vacancy in Analytical
Control, Analytical'Methods and Prod-
Edsel Ford Institute for. Medical Re-
search, Detroit, Mich., is in nede of 2
persons to work in radioactive labor-
atory as lab assts. Will, train extensive-
ly, background in physics, chemistry
and math, would be helpful.
Management Consultant Firm in Chi-
cago is seeking an Asst. Plant Superin-
tendent for well-established Chicago
headquartered pet food manufacturer
and distributor. Max. 35 yrs. of age,
B.S.M.E. or B.S.C.E. degree or equivalent
experience, and at least 3 yrs. direct
supervisory experience in a food pro-
Internat'l Institute of Milwaukee
County, Wis., has opening for Group
Worker with M.A. in Social Work with
specialization in community organiza-
tion or group work.
Oregon State Civil Service Commis-
sion announces examinations for: Bac-
teriologist and Sanitarian. U.S. citizen.
California state Govt. announces ex-
amination for Associate Water Pollu-
tion Control Engr. Announcement. is
on file at the Bureau. Also in need of
515 East William
Your campus cleaner
(Use of .thisolumn for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially.recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for the fall
semester should register by Oct. 10,
Forns available, 2011 Student Ac-
Presbyterian Graduate Group Dinner,
Sept. 25, 6:30 u.m., speaker, Mr. Robert
Marshall, "The Protestant and Poli-
tics," Washtenaw Ave. Church.
Congregational Discipies, E & R Stu-
dent Guild, After-Game Cider Hour,
Sat., Sept, 26, after game, 524 Thomp-
* * *
Latvian Student Club, first meeting
this semester, . Fri., Sept. 25, 7:00 p.m.,
Ann Arbor Room, Women's League.
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