THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1957
Room Assignments for Final Ex-
aminations, English I and II, held on
Monday, Jan. 21, 2-5 p.m.
Aivaz, Sec. 51, 2412 MH, Sec. 87, 2413
MH; Allison, Aud. C.; Barrows, Aud. C;
Bond, 2235 AH; Brown, 1018; Burns,
103 Econ,; Cooper, Sec. 83 and 100, 101
Econ.; Cox, 1007 AH; Drake, Aud. A;
Duclos, 33 AH; Engel, Aud. C; Fanger,
2223 AH; Fisher, 2235 AH; Gindin, Aud.
C; Gohn, 35 AH; Grace, 35 AH; Gra-
ham, Aud. B; Green, Aud. B; Groll-
man, 451 MH; Hagopian, Aud. A; Hart,
2082 NS; Hope, 35 AH; Howes, 2203
AH; Hughes, 101 Econ; Huitsing, 2435
MH; Huntley, Aud. A; Hutton, 1020
AH; Isle, 3023 AH; Jackson, 2003 AH;
Kennedy, 435 MH; Kinney, 2225 AH;
Klein, Sec. 4, 109 Tap. Sec. 66, 110 Tap;
Kleinberg, 215 Econ; LaBranche, 2231
AH; Levn, 2203 AH; McGehee, 443 MH;
Manierre, 2003 AH; Mathes, 3017 AH;
May, 3231 AH; Millgate Aud. A; Mor-
den, 13 Tap; Morillo, 25 AH; Nicholson,
Aud. B; Paskoff, 103 Tap; Prettyman,
2037 AH! Quackenbush, 2016 AH:
Rhodes, 2402 MH; Rice, P., 439 MH;
Rockwood, .1429 MH; Russell, 3 Tap;
Schmerl, 2054 NE; Schutter, 447 MH;
Seward, Sec. 18, 202 Econ, Sec. 10, 203
Econ; Shafer, 2215 AH; Smith, 229 AH;
Spilka, 1433 MH; Stanwood, Sec. 27,
2439 MH, Sec. 63, 2440 MH; Ter Maat,
1408 MH; Thackrey, 225 AH; Thomas,
2042 NS; Wall, 2029 AH; Wareham, 2408
MH; Wasserman, Sec. 6, 2013 AH, Sec.
90, 2014 AH; Weimer, D. 2420 MH; Wei-
mer, J., Aud. A; Whelan, 2429 MH;
White, 2443 MH; Wiebe, 2 Tap; Wigod,
429 MH; Williamson, 25 AH; Yosha,
16 GB-Warschausky, 2225 AH; 11GB
-Bloom, 1025 AH; 9GB-Lid, 1025 AH;
7GB-Clugston, 1025 AH; 2GB-Kinney,
Bloom, 1025 AH; Clugston, 1025 AH;
Hill, 1025 AH; Hynes, 231 AH; Lid, 1025
AH; Miller, 1035 AH; Muehl, 231 AH;
Orlin, 1035 AH; Wykes, 231 AH.
Mathematics Colloquium Tues. Jan.
15 at 4:15 p.m. in Room 3011 Angell
Hall. Prof. C. B. Tompkins of Numeri-
cal Analysis Research, University of
California at Los Angeles will speak
on "The Solution of Complicated Pro-
gramming Problems on Machines of
Limited Versatilit y." Tea and coffee in!
Room 3213, A.H. at 3:45 p.m.k
English Journal Club Thurs., Jan. 17,
in the East Conference Room in the
Rackham Building at 8:00 p.m. Two
graduate students, Wolfgang Staab, of
Mainz, Germany, and Michael Millgate,
of the Isle of Wight, England, will
speak. Staab will discuss the teaching
of American literataure in Germany,
and Millgate, "A Current Literary
Mood in England." Graduate students
urged to attend, and guests welcome.
The following schools will be at the
Bureau of Appointments to interview
for teachers for Sept. 1957.
Thurs., Jan. 17
Friday, Jan. 18
Sat., Jan. 19 (morning only)
San Diego, California;- All Elemen-
tary (K-6); All Secondary Subjects.
Tue., Jan. 29 (afternoon only)
Wed., Jan. 30 (morning only)
La Mesa, California - All elementary
(K-6); 7th & 8th Homemaking; Shop
Art; Special Education (mentally re-
For additional information and op-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 2538 Administration Build-
ing, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Summer Placement-Wed., Jan. 16
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schulman of
Camp Seagull, Charlevoix, Mich., will
interview students for counselors, arts
and crafts director, and a registered
Sally and Nardie Stein of Camp Neb-
agamon for Boys, Lake Nebagamon,
Wis., will interview for men counselors.
Miss Janet Hays of the' Jackson
County Girl Scout Council will inter-
view women counselors.
The Ann Arbor YMCA and YWCA will
interview men and women for camp
. YMCA, Detroit, Mich. (South Oak-
- land Branch), will be looking for people
for the staff of a summer day camp.
All these interviews will be held on
Jan. 16, Wed., at the Michigan Union
in Room 3-0 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:45
p.m., at the regular summer placement
Students who are registered . wth
either division of the Bureau of Ap-
pointments and are graduating in
February are requested- to notify th.
office of any address change. They are
especially urged to notify the office
promptly if they have accepted posi-
tions. Students who are registered and
who will be back in school next semes-
ter are requested to report any address
change. These students are asked to list
their elections for the second semes-
ter with this office so their records
may be up to date.
For information about registration
or about job possibilities, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 371.
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