THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1955
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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hnical men for General Management
oy Scouts of America-men in any
d for Executive Training Program.
nrs., March 1:
rocter and Gamble Co., Cincinnati,
o-men for Purchasing and Traffic
iternat'l Business Machines, offices
oughout the U.S.-men for Sales. The
e company will also Interview men
Math. and Applied Science for work
etna Casualty and Surety Co., De-
t, Mich.-men in LS&A and BusAd
Sales and Field Representative Posi-
Vestern Electric Co., Chicago, Ill.-
n in LS&A and BusAd for Manage-
it Training. Offices throughout U.S.
acificv Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
,roit, Mich.-men in BusAd or LS&A
Executive Sales leading to Business
nagement. Offices throughout the
rocter and Gamble Co., Cincinn'ati,
.o-men for Controller's Dept.
or appointments contact the Bureau
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
epresentatives from the following
1 be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., Feb. 29:
Wright Aeronautical Div., Curtiss-
Wright Corp., Wood Ridge, N. J.-all
levels in Aero., Che. E., Civil, Elect.,
Ind., Mech., and Metal, for Research,
Devel., Experimental Prod., Mfg., Prod.
Laison, Performance Analysis, Design,
Stress Analysis, and other Engrg. Depts.
Marathon Corp., Menasha, Wis.-B.S.I
or M.S. in Che. E., Mech., Ind., Civil,
and Elect. for Research, Devel., Design,
Prod. Const., and Process and Methods
U of M, Willow Run Research Center,
Ypsilanti, Mich.-allhlevels in Elect.,
Instr., Math., Mech., Physics, and£
Science, J.S. citizens only, for Research,
Devel., and Design.
Fri., March 2:
Nordberg Manufacturing Co., Milwau-
kee, Wit.--B.S. and M.S. in Ind., Mech.,
Naval and Marine E; B.S. in Metal. for
Design, Prod. and Sales.
Eaton Mfg. Co.-all levels in Civil,j
Elect., In., Mat., Math., Mech., Eng.
Mech., Metal., Nuclear, Physics and1
Science for Research, Devel., Design,
Prod. and Metal.
Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Wilmer-
ding, Pa.-B.S. and M.S. in Mecli. and
Eng. Mech.; B.S. in Aero., Elect., Ind.,
Math., Physics and Science for Research,
Devel., Design and Sales.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg., Ext.
Mutual WorK Projects
Provide Lower Costs
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is an interpretive
story about living attitudes in University co-ops.)
A co-op is a melting pot.
Students, whether undergraduate or graduate, single or married,
American or foreign, all work together with a common philosophy.
Co-op residents are sane, sturdy individuals, sharing the same ideals
and principles as nori-co-op residents. .
The basic difference is that those living in a co-op get along
a lot cheaper, and have fun
doing it. j ~
Daily 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Sunday 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
NARYS AUTOMATIC (AR WASH
142 EAST HOOVER
Representatives of the
will hold interviews for summer
and local part time positions
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1956"
Above: A FREQUENTLY INDULGED IN PRE-STUDY Anl)
Below: ONE OF MANY RECREATIONAL FORMS PROVIDED
United Efforts ...
Co-op living is one of the least
expensive ways to obtain room
and board in a university town
such as Ann Arbor.
With joined efforts of all co-
opers, resulting costs are lowered.
Rather than hiring help for every-
day chores, co-opers do the work
Co-op residents plan, supervise,
cook and serve full-scale meals,
and then clean up afterwards.
They dust, vacuum, paint, repair,
landscape and otherwise see that
their house and grounds are kept
neat, clean and livable.
... result in .. .
Students who never before boiled
water become adept at frying eggs
and other basic cooking skills.
Those whose house-cleaning know-
ledge was formerly limited to a
quick once-a-week dusting, learn
that it takes constant effort to
keep a house orderly.
Co-ops plan their own activities.
All are subject to University regu-
lations. Administrative work is
generally run by students.
Social activities, including ex-
change parties, mixers. and infor-
mal gatherings, are planned and
supervised by co-op. members.
Group participation in campus ac-
tivities is similarly executed.
. . attractive prices.
Result of this independent plan-
ning, direction and achievement is
a lower living cost. Room, board
and other expenses for a co-op
resident approximate $15 weekly.
Semester room and board rates
average $225, a considerably low-
er figure than that offered by
University housing or other out-
By working together, co-op
members achieve inexpensive liv-
ing, wholesome entertainment and.
shared values. Tfere is no friction,
The ultimate relationship
achieved between members is bro-
therhood, mutual respect and prac-
BILL VAN OSTERHOUT
READING A BED-TIME STORY IN MARRIED PERSONS CO-OF
1 P.M. to 5 P.M. in Room 3G
of the Michigan Union
Above: AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THESIS IS DUE TOMORROW.
Below: WOMEN RESIDENTS DO LAST MINUTE BRUSHING UP BEFORE EXAM
I The delicious meal on a bun.
FIFTH AT LIBERTY
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