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Jan. 17, 2520 East Engineering Build-,.
ing, at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, W. G. Dow.
Doctoral Examination for William
Thomas Delany, Sociology; thesis:
"Bureaucrat and Citizen: A Study of
Government Bureaucracies in a Metro-
politan Setting". Thurs., Jan. 17, 5607
Haven Hall, at 9:00 a.m. Co-chairmen,
Morris Janowitz and H. M. Miner.
Doctoral Examination for Hester
Reed Gehring, Germanic Languages &+
Literatures; thesis: "The Language of
Mysticism in South German Domini-
can Convent Chronicles of the Four-+

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teenth Century", Fri., Jan. 18, 102D
Tappan Hall, at 2:00 p.m. Co-chairmen,
H. Kurath and H. W. Nordmeyer.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed
vacancies on their teaching staffs with
the Bureau of Appointments.
Vacancies for Feb., 1957.
Ballston Spa, New York - Elemen-
tary (2-6); Elementary Music; Wo-
mans' Physical Education; Special Edu-
cation (low ability); Elementary Li-
brarian; Senior High Math/Physics;
Psychologist/Guidance C / u n s e 1 0or;
Guidance Counselor.

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Glens Falls, New York - Elementary
Vocal Music/Junior High Music/High
School Choral Groups Combination.
Rocky Ford, Colorado - Elementary
(1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th); Junior High Li-
brarian; Social Studies; English; In-
dustrial Arts; Senior High Math/Sci-
ence; English.
Trenary, Michigan - Business; In-
dustrial Arts; Home Economics; Sci-
ence; Chemistry/Physics; Math; Ele-
mentary.
Waukegan, Illinois - Math, Science/
Math; World Geography; English;
Speech; Vocational Electricity.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO. 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Tues., & Wed., Jan 22 & 23 (during
final exams)
U.S. Army, Special Services Recruit-
ment - men and women in Library
Science, Arts and Crafts, Fine Arts,
Theater and Drama, Recreation, Phys.
Ed. and LS&A for positions as Art

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Doctoral Examination for Edward
Anthony Martin, Electrical Engineer-
ing; thesis: "The Underwater Spark:
An Example of Gaseous Conduction at
About 10,000 Atmospheres", Thurs.,

Directors, Recreation Leaders, Libra-
rians, and Sports Directors in the U.S.
and Overseas areas including Germany,
France, Italy, Korea, Alaska, -Hawaii,
Japan, Okinawa and Panama.
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 371.
Personnel Requests:
Time Inc., New York, New York, has
openings for men in the areas of
Promotion, Business, Finance, and in
the Editorial Area, and for women to
work as Office Girls, Clerk-Typists,
Secretaries, Editorial Trainees, and Re-
searcher. The personnel manager and
her assistants will be in the New York
office from March 20 through Easter
week to see any girls who will be in
that area during that time. Appoint-
ments must be made in advance.
General Motors, Styling section, De-
troit, Michigan, has openings for three
(3) men with backgrounds in Liberal
Arts, (Economics or some Business Ad-
ministration courses) or Business Ad-
ministration for Follow-Up and Co-

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Involves much contact work. Must
not be color blind.
Advanced Training:
Tobe-Coburn School for Fashion Ca-
reers in New York City is offering
Fashion Fellowships to senior women
graduating in 1957 to study Advertis-
ing, Buying, Display, and Coordina-
tion. Applications must be in before
January 31.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 371.
Summer Placement Service:
There will be a meeting of the Sum-
mer Placement Service at the Mich,
Union in Room 3-Q, Wed., Jan. 16,
from 9:00 to 4:45 a.m. Representatives
from several camps will be present to
interview men and women. There will
be a representatives from Camp Strong-
heart in Northern Wisconsin to inter-
view men.
College
Roundup
By ROBERT JUNKER
Stanford University has form-
ulated plans to build a ten million
dollar science quad, the Stanford
Daily reports.
The 30-acre development, lo-
cated neat to the present campus,
will consist of 14 buildings.
Seven of the structures, includ-
ing a circular physics building,
are now under construction. The
buildings will be built to conform
with the university's Romanesque
architecture.
The entire development will, add
over 420,000 square feet to Stan-
ford's teaching facilities.
Activity on the University of
Wisconsin campus has decreased
as final exams near, according to
the Daily Cardinal.
During the five-day study per-
iod which preceds finals, 24 hour
quiet hours will be snapped on
the dorms. While library activity
will ix crease somewhat, business
at the Union will be far below
normal.
"The bars, on the other hand,
get business both coming and go-
ing. 'After exams start,' said one
veteran bartender, 'students drink
for two reasons: either to forget
the exam they just flunked, or to
celebrate the one they passed.'"
This headline appeared in the
Syracuse Daily Orange topping a
picture page of the Cotton Bowl
which Syracuse lost, 28-27, to
Texas Christian: "Yes, Virginia,
There Was A Cotton Bowl."
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