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to $475. They are also interested
in bacteriologists, bio-clemists,
occupational therapists, and dieti-
tians. There are both permanent
and temporary jobs. There are
specific jobs open. This is not to
establish a ..egister.
U. S. Rubber Company, Provi-
dence, R. I., will interview at the
Buruea on Tuesday, January 13,
for physicists, chemical engineers,
mechanical engineers and indus-
trial engineers-all levels.
Curtiss-Wright, Columbus Plant,
will have a representative here on
Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 13
and 14, to interview eICtLr±uai eii-
gineers, physicists, aeronautical
engineers, and mathematicians. given to students who appiied for
Job descriptions are available at them on Monday, Jan. 12. Stu-
the Bureau. dents who are to take the exami-
ILG Electric Ventilating Com- nation will be notified by mail.
pany, Detroit, will interview on Complete details may be obtained
Friday, Jan. 9, for mechanical, in-
dustrial and electrical engineers
graduating in February to do en-
;ineering sales work.
The J. L. Hudson Company will
interview on Friday, Jan. 9, for
men and women February gradu-
ates who are interested in execu-
Sears Roebuck and Com-
pany will have a representative
here on Wednesday, Jan. 14, to
interview students interested in
Potomac River Naval Command
Civil Service Examinations will be
THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
Shakespeare's Pastoral Comedy
Wed. through Sat. -- Jan. 14-17
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax mcl.)
Special Rote for Students Wed. and Thurs. - 48c
Box Office Opens Monday - Mail orders taken now
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater
- - 7 = =-
at the Main Post Office.
For complete information and
appointments, call extension 371.
University Lecture: Philip T.
Rich, editor and publisher of the
MIDLAND DAILY NEWS, will
speak to the class in Editorial Pol-
icy and Management at 3 p.m.,
Room E, Haven Hall, Wed., Jan.
7. ' Journalism students, not en-
rolled in the class, are invited to
attend. Coffee hour will follow.
University Lecture: Fred Gaert-
ner, Jr., managing editor of the,
DETROIT NEWS, will speak on
"The Open Mind in Journalism,"
at 8 p.m., Fri., Jan. 9, Rackham
Amphitheatre. The lecture is
open to the public. Mr. Gaertner
will address the class in Newspa-
per Policy and Management at 3
p.m., Fri., on "Future Outlook for
Journalism Students." Journal-
ism students, not enrolled in the
class, are invited to attend. Coffee
hour will follow.
University Lecture: Professor
Paul Niggli, of the University of
Zurich and the Swiss Institute ofi
Technology, Switzerland, will lec-
ture on the subject, "The Science
of Snow and Avalanches," at 4:15
p.m., Fri., Jan. 9, Rackham Am-
Lecture: Mr. Herbert Emmerich.
Director of the Public Adminis-
ration Clearing House, Chicago.
vill address the members of the
American Society for Public Ad-
ministration at 8 p.m., Wed., Jan
7, West Conference Room, Rack-
ham Bldg. The public is invited.
"Resuscitation from Asphyxia'
(illustrated). Dr. Andrew C. Ivy
Distinguished Professor of Physi
logy and Vice President in charge
of the Professional Schools in'
Chicago, University of Illinois;
the annual Phi Delta Epsilon Lec-
ture for 1947-48. 1:30 p.m., Thurs.,
Jan. 8, University Hospital Am-
Professor Paul Niggli, of the
University of Zurich and the Swiss
Institute of Technnology, Switzer-
land, will speak on the subject,
"The Minerals of the Swiss Alps
and their Origin," at 4Np.m.,
Thurs., Jan. 8. Rm. 2054, Natural
Science Bldg. All interested per-
sons are invited.
English 1, Section 13, which has
been meeting at 8 a.m. at 108
TCB, will meet at 1025 Angell Hall
until further notice.
Applied Mathematics Seminar:
Jan. 7, RT. 247, W. Engineering
Bldg. Mr. W. C. Sangrem will
speak on Electro-Mechanical In-
vestigation of the Zeros of the
Riemann Zeta Functions.
Biological Chemistry Seminar:
Fri., Jan, 9, 3:30 p.m., Rm. 319, W.
Medical Bldg. Subject: "Some
Phases of Nutrition, Self-Selection
of Diets, Fasting & Undernutri-
tion." All interested are invited.
Geometry Seminar: Wed., Jan.
7, 2 p.m., Rm. 3001, Angell Hall.
Mr. C. C. Buck will speak on
Sterographic Projection of Clif-
ford Parallels into Euclidean
Speech Concentrates and Ma-
jors: Second semester time sched-
ules and registration materials are
available. Procure both, and
make an appointment today or to-
morrow to see your departmental
adviser. Appointments may be
made at the Speech office, ,Rm.
3211, Angell Hall.
Classroom .Assignments --
Courses in German and Philoso-
Beginning January 5, the fol.
lowing classes in German whicl
nave been meeting in 206 Univer-
ity Hall will be transferred to th(
German 2, Section 1, 8 o'clock
00 South Wing.
German 1, Section 6, 9 o'clock
Tuesday & Thurs., 2029 Angel
Hall; Mon. & Fri., 2 Economics.
German 31, Section 4, 10 o'clock,
THOSE ZANY EL GOOFOES IN TIH
MADDEST, MERRIEST "ROAD" P1C
CTURE OF ALL!
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A.A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
service on your alterations. Tailoring,
dressmaking, formalrestyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-
WANTED: Live-wire student salesman
to represent personalized beer mug
manufacturer on campus. Contact
Casey Blake, 37 No. Mountain Ave.,
Montclair, N. J., immediately. )11
LOST AND FOUND
LOST small brown purse on E. Uni-
versity Jan. 5 containing glasses and
identification which are needed des-
perately. Call 2-0808. )8
FOUND-Parker 51 on campus. Claim
from Subra. Phone 6757. )15
LOST: Woman's black purse contain-
ing sum of money and driver's li-
cense for Hazel T. Morse. Somewhere
on State or Packard. Reward. Call
Jerry Morse, 2-2591. )5
LOST-35MM. exposed film, yellow,
green metal container. Monday.
Please call 2-4471. Room 3059. )19
LOST-Black knitting bag (multicolor
trims containing one sock. Please re-
turn to Rackham Building Check
Desk. Ph. 2-6300. )20
TWO NEAT young gents desire room
for second semester. Contact Daily
Box 46. )16
WANTED-University student desires
baby sitter, 15 years or older and
will escort home. 1414 Enfield Ct.
Willow Village. )13
DESIRE BLUE OX 140 ft. high for
publicity purposes. Contact Foresters'
AN APARTMENT or suite of rooms for
3 or 4 men students. Willing to pay
well and make incidental repairs. Call
Glenn Carpenter, 2317-2, around 6.
ON STATE - JUST OFF NORTH U.
309 SOUTH STATE STREET
JANUCARY LEARANCE AND
KE SALE COMBINED
Hand-picked selections of styles from leading makers . . . all good
for season s of wear.
GRADUATE STUDENT, wife and child FOR SALE: Tuxedo, size 37, double-
desperately need furnished apt. in breasted with vest, practically new.
or near Ann Arbor. Write Box 47. )9 $25.00. 1636 Tully Court, Willow Run
FIVE DOLLARS for anyone giving in-_Village._ )2
formation which will lead to a room FOR SALE: 1938 Pontiac "8". Good
for two. Must be close to campus! condition. Call 25-9456 after 4 p.m.
Ask for Lee at 7009. )10 )1
I. .-w _
All wool melton - coverts
and needlepoint. Mostly
black, a few colors. Boxy,
flared and fitted styles. Sizes
10-20, 1612 to 24%'. Origi-
nally $39.95 to $89.95.
NOW /2 OFF
Black and darker r a y o n
crepes, gabardines and
wools. Sizes 9-15, 10-44, 16%2
to 222. Originally $10.95 to
NOW AT '/a
All wool shetlands- coverts
-Pacific wool crepes-gab-
ardines in black and light
shades. Sizes 9-15, 10-44,
1612 to 24%2. Originally
$29.95 to $65.00.
All Satin and Quilted
Originally $16.95 to $35.00
NOW AT /
All wool gaabrdines a n d
crepes. Mid-season and new
spring suits included.
Reductions to 1/3
Dozens of new midseason
and spring failles and crepes
in black and colors. Also
white and pastel gabardines
and flannels. Beautiful bal-
lerinas, formal and dinner
from 10 to 25%
I Uat the I
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