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Tuesday, March 16, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

U. OF MICHIGAN DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an the Great Lakes," White Aud., Cool-
official publication of the Univer- ey, 4 p.m.
sity of Michigan. Notices should be Medieval, Renaissance Collegium:
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to Marianne Haraszti-Takacs, curator,
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
the day preceding publication and "17th Century Spanish Genre Paint-
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and ing," Aud. A, Angell, 4:10 p.m.
sunday. Items appear once only.
Student organization notices are English: Gayle Jones, Poetry read-
not accepted for publication. For ing, Pendleton Rm., Union, 4:10 p m.
more information, phone 764-9270. Astronomical Film Festival: Space
Freak's Trivia Quia - films, slides
Tuesday, March 16 beginning 7:30 p.m.
DAY CALENDAR
DAYCAENARI Music School: Faculty recital,
WUOM: William Coleman, Secre- Rackham Aud., 8 p.m. degree rei-
tary of Transportation, address Nat'l tals - Neddie Lewis, organ, Hill
Press Club, Wash., D.C., 10 a.m. Aud., 8 p.m.; Charles Garrett, dou-
CEW: Financial Aids Clinic, 328 ble bass, Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Thompson, 10 a.m ; Cheryl McBrwon I SUMMER PLACEMENT
Reichert, "The Immunilogical Ap- 3200 SAB, 763-4117
proach to Cancer Research," noon.'
Future Worlds: Dick Gregorf, so- INippersink Resort, Wis : Interview
cial critic, humorist, "World Food Mon'.Tues., Mar. 22/23, 9-5; open-
Iasu criic h uoitr,' HWold Foo., ings Include waiters/esses, bus boys,
3 pse tmaids, kitchen help, porters, snack
Beaioa pceneSem.Jae shop personnel lifeguards, social
Behaiorl Siene Srie: Jmesstaff, athletic staff & counselors;
Morgan, "Economic Behavior," Le c register.
Rm. 2, M4ILB, 3 p.m.Camp Becket / Chimney, YMCA
Ctr. Study Higher Educ.: Richard Camps, MA.: Interview Thurs., Mar.
M Millard, dir., Education Commis- 25, 9-5; openings include small craft
sion of the States, "State Planning- instr. graphic arts, music, photo,
State Control," 165 Bus. Ad., 4 p.m. village dirs. (21) waterfront WSI
Great Lakes Research: Carlos Fet- (21), nurses, trip leaders, hostesses,
terold, "Water Quality Standards in CIT Dir. (21), office assts; register.
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CA REER PLANNING & PLACEMENT affords students chance to study
3200 SAB 764-7460 environment in envi-onment, every
Oxford U Press seeks campus reps day, six hours a day; particular
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promoting college level textbooks, termined as much by student in-
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be interviewing on campus on Fri- at CP&P; application deadline is
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John H. Steenstra, College Field Summer Programs, Carleton College,{
Manager, 186 Wright Rd., Concord, Northfield, MN 55057.
MA 01742 or phone: (617) 369-2416. RECRUITING AT CP&P
Grupo Industrial Alfa, largest pri- for the week of March 16, 1976
vate industrial group in Mexico, to March 19, 1976
needs qualified, professional Mexi- March 16-U.S. Navy.E
can students in any field to fill March 17-Institure for Paralegal
various positions in Mexico; send Training, Burroughs Welcome.
complete resume & address in Mexi- March 18-Institute for Paralegal
co to: Antonio J. Hernandez; Re- Training, Metropolitan Life
cruitment & Personnel Manager; March 19-Fruehauf Corp., U.S.
Dinamica Industrial Monterrey, Army, Assoc. of Community
S.A ; Apartado 3000; Monterrey, N.L., Organiz. for Reform Now.
Mexico or call him collect: 40-62-50 RECRUITING AT CP&P
(or Miss Nelda O. Jauregut at for the week of March 22, 1976
40-13-65). to March 26, 1976
Carleton College, Northfield, MN.; March 22-ACTION, VISTA, and
offers 4-week course in Environmen- Peace Corps, Gimbels-Midwest,
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MIGOS
Add these words to your basic vocabulary
now, whether or not'you're planning a trip
to Mexico soon.
SPANISH ENGLISH
chocho childish old man
gargarizando gargling
sacamuelas quack dentist
bulla soft coal
manteca lard
pantufla bedroom slipper
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March 26-Stanford Research Inst.
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