THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, February 6, 1974
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Business recruiting at 'U'
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sophomores who have a career di-
Thomas G a h a n from the Na-
tional Bank of North America be-
gan his presentation with "Don't
ask me about the number of women
in managerial positions. I'm mar-
ried to one."
He then outlined a program which
would combine career training
with working for a Masters degree.
The degree would be awarded after
a period of in-bank training. Edu-
cational expenses would be as-
sumed by the bank in addition to
the substantial salary given for
work done there.
THE NATIONAL Bank has 30
trainee spots to fill and is holding
recruitment drives on 30 caihpuses.
Although a background in account-
ing, economics, finance and invest-
ing was emphasized, Gahan made
clear that all sorts of degrees and
interests are represented.
We're looking for administrative
ability" he said. "The ability to
think-to handle ticklish situations.
What I mean to say basically is-
you just have to have the knack."
Vergie Johnson of IRS admitted
that the women currently in man-,
agement positions had to wage "a
very hard fight to get there." She
added, however, that "women are
really succeeding now" and even
said that if a man and woman were
to achieve equal scores on the
mandatory Civil Service examina-
tion, the woman would be chosen1
for the position.1
Representative Robert Bach of
Abraham & Straus proudly claimed
that their New York department
store has hired more women than
men for the past six years.
He stressed mathematical ability
ability for a future employe, saying
that responsibility in his organiza-
tion is "measured with the dollar
sign." Opportunities are excellent,
he said, pointing out there are not
enough qualified people available'
to fill positions in the stores cur-
rently being opened.
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Ward Davis, drivers for the
ger food chain.
NABOZY, a steel hauler for the
independent Associated Trucking
Co., said he has been off the road
for two weeks because he is afraid
of being shot at while driving. He
refused to be photographed nextj
to his idling tractor for fear it
might be construed he was ship-
Schreiner and Davis were apolo-
getic that they were not joining
the striking truckers, saying that
their contract with Kroger "has
them over a barrel."
"Our contract says no walkout
or lockout", said Schreiner as Da-
vis nodded in agreement.
A TRUCKER for Ford, who pre-
ferred to remain anonymous, was
openly bitter about the strike. "I
drive for the Ford Rawsonville
plant," he said, "but I run my own
rig and have an independent driv-
er haul it.
"I've kept it off the road for the
past two weeks but have to put it
back on the road now because the
payment will be due at the end of
"That damn rig has caused me
so much aggravation I don't give
a shit if they take it back."
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