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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,.:

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Biologist (Wildlife), $3,800, Feb. 21
Associate Biologist (Wildlife), $3,-
200, Feb. 21
Assistant Biologist (Wildlife), $2,600,
Feb. 21
Principal Industrial Economist (La-
bor Economics), $5,600, March 6
Senior Industrial Economist (Labor
Economics), $4,600, March 6
Industrial Economist (Labor Econ-
omics), $3,800, March 6
Associate Industrial Economist (Min-
imum Wage Laws) $3,200, March
6
Assistant Industrial Economist (Min-
imum Wage Laws), $2,600,'March
6
Principal Mediator, $5,600, March 6
Senior Mediator, $4,600. March 6
Mediator, $3,800, March 6
Associate Mediator, $3,200, March 61
Consultant in Employee-Employer
Relations, $5,600, March 6
Michigan Civil Service:
State School Elementary Public
School Teacher, $115-135, Feb. 16 ,a
Dietitian, $115-135. Feb. 20
Land Appraiser, $200-240, Feb. 20
Teachers of the Blind Classes, Mich-
igan residence not required,
Feb. 23
State School Teaching Classes, $140-
190, Feb. 23
New York City Civil Service:
Three years New York residence re-
quired prior to 'examination.
Assistant Engineer, $3,120, Feb. 23
Dentist, $3,600, March 2
Engineering Assistant, $1560-1800,
Feb. 28
Junior Assessor, $1920-3000, Feb. 24
Marine Oiler, $2191, Feb. 28
Medical Superintendent, $4200, Feb.
23
Medical Superintendent (Tuberculo-
sis Hospital) $4200, Feb. 23
Physicist (Spectroscopy) $2700-330
March 3
Senior Engineer (Sewage Plant Op-
eration. Open to U.S. citizens re-
gardless of residence, $3120 and
up, Feb. 28
StructureMaintainer (Sign Painter)
80 cents an hour, Feb. 28
Laboratory Helper (Women, Applica-
tion in person, $960.
Scholarships:!
New York University has given
Mayor La Guardia six scholarships
for women for the purpose of study in
general law. The scholarships are to
be awarded by the Mayor. Requests
concerning the scholarships should
be addressed to Paul J. Kern, Mayor's
Council on Public Service Training,
Municipal Building, New York. {
Complete announcements are on
file at the Bureau of Appts., 201 Ma-
son Hall. Office Hours, 9-12 and 2-4
University Bureau of Appt's and
Occupational Information.
Academic Notices
New York State Teachers' Examin-

ation. The examination for the New
York State teachers' license will be
held on Feb. 17 at 1:15 in Room 100
R.L.

Exemptions from Saturday Classes:
During the first two weeks of the
semester the following members of
the committee on Saturday Classes
may be consulted: Professor Everett,
Tuesday and Friday, 2:30-3:30 in
3232 A.H. Professor Reichart, Mon-
day 10-11 and Wednesday 10-11:30 in!
300 U.H.'
All Students registering in the"
Graduate School this semester for
the first time are required to write a
general examination. This will be
' given in Room 100, Ground Floor,
Rackham Building, Feb. 18, from 1
p.m. to 5 p.m. This is the final time
limit; many will finish earlier. Pre-
vious preparation is not necessary.
This is intended as an aid to your de-
partmental advisers and is one of the
general types of examinations with
which you should be familiar. An
individual report will be made. Please
be on time.
C. S. Yoakum.
The following courses will hold
their next meeting in the following
rooms:
Psychology 39, M.W.F. 10:00, Na-
tural Science Auditorium.
Speech 32, M.W.F. 10:00, 225 A.H.
Anthropology 112, T.Th.S. 10:00,
18 A.H.
Speech 32-4a, T.Th.S. 10:00, 302
M.H.
Geology 130, M.W.F. 9:00, 231 A.H.
Philosophy 114, M.W.F. 9:00, 2016
A. 11
Speech 31-3a, M.W.F. 9:00, 205
M.H.
Geography 120, T.Th.S. 10:00, 1018
A.H.
Anthropology 152: The Mind of
Primitive Man, will meet in Room
231 Angell Hall.
English 45. Students should be ad-
vised that this course now consists
of 4 sections:
Section 1, 2225 A.H., Prof. Davis.
Section 2, 203 U.H., Prof. Williams

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Section 3, 201 U.H, Prof. Bader
Section 4, 302 S.W., Mr. Stevens.
Students who are in any difficulty
regarding classification for this
course should see Prof. Litzenberg.
A class list containing section as-
signments has been posted on the
south door of 2225 A.H.
W. G. Rice.
English 293-Bibliography. The
first meeting of this course will be
held in 2235 A.H. today at 3 o'clock.
English 212b-Pro-seminar in Ren-
aissance literature. The first meet-
ing of this course will be held at 4
o'clock today, in 3223 A.H.
English 301c-Seminar in Renais-
sance literature. The first meeting
of this course will be held at 5 o'clock
today in 3223 A.H.
English 298: My section will meet
!.MICHIGAN
Special Featuret
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Thursday
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for organization this evening,
p.m., Rodm 406 Library.
R. W.Cc
English 298: I shall meet
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IT MAY surprise you to learn that a
cobbler's shop runs daily at the Ford
Rouge plant in Dearborn. But the
Ford plant is full of surprises. Every
one has a practical answer.
Hundreds of workers in the
Rouae reauire snecial tvnes of foot-

and the busy tap-tap of their ham-
mers joins the rhythm of ten-ton
presses and heavy rolling mills.
The cobbler's shop is one part of
the great drive that prevents waste
in the Rouge. Lumber from incom-
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by grinding wheels and metal saws
are reclaimed. Nothing is lost-
nothing wasted.
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