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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY

r, JANUARY 18, 1959

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ]

Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Delta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Leland League House
Martha Cook
Mosher
Pi Beta Phi
Prescott
Sigma Delta Tau
Sigma Kappa
Stockwell
Tyler
Victor Vaughn
Gorten League House
To all students having Library books:
1. Students having in their possession
books borrowed from the General Li-
brary or its branches are notified that
such books are due Wed., Jan. 25.
2. Students having special need for
certain books between Jan. 25 and Feb.
3 may retain such books for that period
by renewing them at the Charging
Desk.
3. The names of all students who have
not cleared their records at the Library
by Fri., Feb. 3, will be sent to the
Cashier's Office and their credits will
be withheld until such time as said
records are cleared in compliance with
the regulations of the Regents.
Agenda, Student Government Coun-
cil, Jan. 18, 1956, Michigan Union, 7:30
p.m.
Minutes of the previous meeting.
Officers' Reports: President: Meeting
with Ann Arbor Regents, Union Board
of Directors, Second semester meetings;
Vice President: Expense accounts. Mo-
tion: That members of the Student
Government Council be allowed an ex-
pense account for operating expenses
of their offices.
Regional Executive Committee meet-
ing-Regional Assembly. J. Neary.
Student-Faculty-Administration spring
conference: Motion for SGC co-spon-
sorship with the Union.
Activities: Military Ball, March 23
(calendared); International Ball, May
5 (calendared).

Committee Reports: ublic Relations:
Election report, fall Administrative Wing
experience for SGC candidates? Student
Conduct Study Committee-Dr. Bing-
ley.
Old and New Business,
Members and Constituents time,
Adjournment.
Next meeting Feb. 15, 1956.
Mary L. Hinsdale Scholarship amount-
ing to $112.07 (interest on the endow-
ment fund) is available to undergradu-
ate women who are wholly or partially
self-supporting and who do not live
in University residence halls or sorority
houses. Girls with better than average
scholarship and need will be considered.
Application blanks, obtainable at the
Alumnae Council Office, Michigan
League, should be filed by Jan. 31,
Lectures
American Chemical Society Lecture.
Wed., Jan. 18, 8:00 p.m., Room 1300
Chemistry Building. F. E. Johnson of
Eastman Kodak, "Color Pictures the
New Way." Open to the public.
Lecture, auspices of the Department
of Fisheries. "The Psychological Ap-
proach to Fish Production." Dr. Shelby,
Gerking, assistant professor of zoology,
Indiana University. 4:15 p.m., Thurs.,
Jan, 19, Natural Science Auditorium,
Lecture, auspices of Sigma Xi. "Use
and Abuse of Earth Waves." Dr. L. Don
Leet, professor of geology and seis-
mologist in charge of the Seismograph
Station, Harvard University. 8:00 p.m.,
Thurs., Jan. 19, Rackham.
Concerts
University Symphony Orchestra, Josef
Blatt, Conductor, with student soloists
Eileen Schumacher, soprano, Alice
Dutcher, mezzo-soprano, Alonzo Sherer,
violin, George Papich, viola, Robert
Reynolds, French horn, and Malcolm
Brown and Jon Petersen, piano, 8:30
p.m. Thurs., Jan. 19, in Hill Auditorium.
Compositions by Prokofieff, Gluck,
Mozart, Franck, Rachmaninoff, Hinde-
mith, Massenet and Wagner. Open to
the general public without charge,
Organ Recital: 4:15 p.m. today, Hill
Auditorium, by Jean Langlais, blind
French organist. Compositions by Bux-
tehude, Couperin, Bach, Franck, Tour-
nemire, Fleury, and Langlais. Open to
the public without charge.
Academic Notices
Application forms and further infor-
mation relative to the cooperative course
in electrical engineering may be ob-
tained from Prof. Carey, 2518 E. Eng.,
during the next two weeks. Interviews
with companies involved will be sched-

uled during first eight weeks of the
spring. Cooperative arrangements can
be made with the following companies:
General Electric, Michigan Bell, De-
troit Edison, Consumers Power, Allis-
Chalmers, Chrysler, Bendix Aviation
(Missile Section).
Freshmen and Sophomores, College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Ap-
proval of elections for Spring Semester:
Secure Counselor's approval during the
half day preceding your scheduled regis-
tration time. I.e., if you are scheduled
for morning registration, see your Coun-
selor the previous afternoon between
1:30 and 3:30 p.m. in Aud. D. If you
are scheduled for afternoon registration,
see your Counselor during that morning
in Aud. D any time between 9:00 and
11:30 a m.
Students who have secured permission
to register earlier than their scheduled
time, report for counseling the half day
preceding special registration time.
Graduate Record Examination: Can-
didates taking the Graduate Record Ex-
amination on Jan. 21 are requested to
report to 100 Hutchins Hall at 8:45 a.m.
Sat.
Philosophy 34. Miss Brush's sections
(sections 7, 12) will meet for the final
examination in 33 A.H. Mrs. Benkard's
sections (sections 1, 13) and Mr. Rost-
hal's sections (3, 5, 8) will have their
examination in 231 A.H. All other stu-
dents will be examined in Aud. A.
Room Assignments for Final Exami-
nations, English 1 and 2, held on Mon-
day, Jan. 23, 1956, 2-5 p.m.
English I
Alvaz, Aud. A; Barrows, Aud. C;
Bloom, 25 AH; Boyd, 2029 AH; Brown,
2215 AH; Burns, 103 Econ.; Byrne, 3023
AH; Carr, Aud. A; Cooper, 2235 AH;
Dakin, 2037 AH; Downer, Aud. A; Drake,
2003 AH; Duclos, 2029 AH; Elevitch, 101
Econ.; Engel, 1429 MH; Felheim, 25 AH;
Fields, 1018 AH; Fisher, 3017 AH; Fitch,
2042 NS; Glenn, Aud. A; Greenbaum,
101 Econ.; Greene, Sec. 79, 447 MH, Sec.
103, 451 MH; Grollman, 1025 AH; Hago-l
plan, 2003 AH; Harris, 2013 AH; Hart,j
202 Econ.; Hooks, Sec. 15, 2014 AH, Sec.
29, 2016 AH; Howes, Aud. A; Hughes,
2402 MH; Hynes, 25 AH; Kinney, 2054
NS; Kleinberg, 2235 AH; Lacey, 3231
AH; Levin, 1408 MH, Sec. 82, 1412 MH,
Sec. 97; Lid, 102 Econ.; Manierre, Aud.
B; Mason, 435 MH, Sec. 83, 439, Sec. 101;
Miller, 2413 MH; Nicholson, 1007 All;
Oyer, 207 Econ; Parsons, 1025 AH; Phil-
lips, 13 Tap.; Rhodes, 2 Tap.; Rice, P.,
203 Econ.; Rice, W., Aud. B; Rockas, 33
AH; Russell, 1025 AH; Schmerl, 2082
NS; Schutter, 1025 AH; Seward, Aud. B;
Shafer, 2435 MH, Sec. 47, 2439 MH, Sec.
63; Simon, 103 Tap; Smith, 3011 AH;
Steinhoff, Aud. C; Stone, 2225 AH;
Strempek, 2 Econ.; Stroud, 2231 AH;
Thackrey, 229 AH; Vande Kieft, 110
Tap.; Wall, 429 MH; Wareham, 2408
MH; Warschausky, Aud. C; Wasserman,
215 Econ.; Weimer, D., Aud. B.; Weimer,
J., 1025 AH; Weist, 109 Tap.; Wigod,
2219 AH; Williamson, 2407 MH; Wykes,
2429 MH; Yosha, 3 Tap.; Zale, 2203 All.
English II -
Boys, 35 AH; Clugston, 225 AH; Eng-
lish, 231 AID; Gohn, 1035 AH; Green-
hut, 1433 MH; Hill, 35 AH; Huntley, 231
AH; Orlin, 231 AH; Spilka, 35 AH;

Squires, 1035 All; Wells, C., .1035 Al;
Grollman, 231 AH.
Sociology Colloquium: Prof. Robert
Winch of Northwestern University will
speak on, "A Study of Complementary
Needs in Mate Selection," in the Ann
Arbor Room of the Michigan League,
Jan. 18, at 4:10 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Frederick
John Rogers, English Language and
Literature; thesis: "The Style .of Ed-
mund Burke," Sat., Jan. 28, 1437 Mason
Hall, at 9:00 a.m. Chairman, L. I Bred-
vold.
Events Today
Free Films, Dec. 13-19. "Biologist in
the Tropics" and "Intrducing the Rep-
tiles." 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. daily, includ-
ing Sat. and Sun., with extra showing
Wed. at 12:30. 4th floor exhibit hall,
Museums Bldg.
Placement Notices
The Air Porce and Army are looking
for experienced public school teachers
for their Dependents' Schools overseas.
They will interview interested persona
at The University of Michigan in Febru-
ary and March.
Applicants must have had at least
two years' teaching experience in pub-
lic schools. Eighty-five to ninety per-
cent of the vacancies are in the ele-
mentary grades. Salary is $4525 for
twelve months service. Transportation
to and from the overseas assignment is
furnished.
Women who apply for the Air Force
jobs must be between the ages of 23
and 40; men, between 23 and 50. The
Army is accepting both men and women
applicants between tpe ages of 25
and 55. No exceptions are made to
the minimum age requirements.
Applicants for Air Force positions
should apply for an interview by send-
ing a completed Standard Form No. 57
to Mrs. Blanche Kranz, Office of Civii-
an'Personnel, Selfridge Air Force Base,
Mount Clemens, Michigan. These forms
are available at any Post Office. Inter-
views will be held at the Univ. of Mich.
on Feb. 13, 14, and 15. Only those who
have definite appointments will be in-
terviewed at that time.
Interviews for Army teaching posi-
tions will be held at the Univ. of Mich,
on Feb. 29 and March 1, 2, and 3. Per-
sons seeking appointments for inter-
views should call the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Ext. 489.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission an-
nounces a Junior Management. Develop-
ment Program for graduate students
with backgrounds In Engineering or one
of the physical sciences supplemented
by training in administration or man-
agement.
General Motors Corp. Parade of Pro-
gress, Detroit, Mich., is looking for men
to lecture on the program for 18-24
months, working into permanent posi-
tions in GM. Men in ary field with
some speech training, 22-28 years of
age, and single are eligible. Must have
completed military training or be draft
exempt.
U.S. Civil Service announces exams for
Equipment Specialist S-5 through G-
15 with specialization in Graphic Art,.
Ordnance, Office Machines, Medical
Work, Refrigeration, Appliances, Elect.,
Auto., Aero., Marine, Railroad, General,
and Materials Handling; and for Stu."
dent Trainee GS-2 tq GS-4 in the fields
of Agricultural Econ., Ag. Statistics,
Plant Pest Control, Biology, and Plant
Science.
For information contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 371.
SPECIAL *OTICES
There will be a summer placement
meeting Wed., Ja. 18, from 1:00 to4:45
p.m., at the Michigan Union, Room 3-0.
This will be the last meeting until
February 1.
REGISTRANTS:
Students who are registered with the
Bureau and are reeiving degrees In
Feb. are requeste8. to inform us as to
whether: 1. they have a job, 2. they
will be in Ann Arbor next semester, 3.
their address will be changed from their
school year address. All those we do
not hear from, we will assumed have
returned to their home addresses, and
we will address any future correspon-
dence to their homes.
Students who are registered with the
Bureau and who will be in school next
semester are requested to bring in their
current addresses at that time.
REGISTRATION IN BOTH THE GEN-
ERAL AND TEACHING DIVISIONS:
June and August graduates who have
not yet registered with the Bureau may
take material for enrollment at this
time. Employment interviews will begin
the second week of the semester, and
all seniors should'have their records
comnpleted before that time.

Teaching candidates are reminded
that the School ofEducation requires
them to register withathe Bureau befor
the teaching certificate is granted,

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