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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'M' Pershing Rifles Group Places Second in Meet

By JOHN DeMOTT
pyeballssc I11c k e d and brass
sparkled as Michigan's D Com-
pany, Third Regiment, Pershing
Rifles drilled its way to a second
place victory in Infantry Drill
Regulation (straight drill) compe-
tition in Purdue's ROTC Armory
Saturday.
Illinois' snappy blue-shirted,
white-scarfed C Company edged
Michigan by four points to win

first place in the hair-splitting I and DePaul's white-capped I Com-

IDR event. Murray State College
of Kentucky, the only other team

pany placed third.
In individual IDR competition

entered in IDR competition, did where each school entered a mini-

not place.
Six schools in the Third Regi-
ment competed for the first place
trophy in Exhibition drill. Purdue's
machinelike E company placed
first, Michigan State University's
20 man L Company took second,

mum of five men, and the flick of
an eyelash was enough to retire
a man, Michigan's J. P. Dumbrow-
ski, '60E, and H. B. Love, '59E,
placed third and fourth respec-
tively.
Illinois' Al Combs, 2nd Lt. Per-

shing Rifles, placed first out of
the 150 men entered in the event.
"I don't know how I did it" he
commented, "but I enjoyed com-
peting with these other men."
Scoring was done on the basis
of points. From "present arms" to
"eyes right," a protruding thumb,
a head out of line, or the slip of
of a rifle was enough to lose
valuable points.

I DAILY- OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
Reading; Shop; Social Studies/English
Instrumental and Vocal Music; Physi-
cal Education Director (man); Counse-
lor.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Personnel Interviews :
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., Feb. 27
ACF Industries Inc., Nuclear Energy
Products Div., New York, N. Y. - all
levels in Ch. E., Const., Elect., Ind.,
Math.. Mech., Engrg. Mech., Metal., Nu-
clear and Physics for Research, Devel.,
Design, Production, and Construction.
U.S. citizens.
Argonne National Laboratory, Le-
mont, Illinois - M.S. or PhD. in Ch.E.
for Research and Development. U. S.
citizen.
Federal 'Telecommunication Labora-
tories, Div. of I.T. & T., Nutley, NJ-
all levels in Elect. or Science for Sum-
mer and Regular Research and Devel-
opment.
B. F. Goodrich Aviation Products,
Wheel and Brake Mfg. Div., Troy, Ohio
B. S. or M.S. in Aero. or Mech. for De-
velopment, Design, and Production.
Kalamazoo Vegetable Parchment Co.,
Kalamazoo, Mich. - B.S. or M.S. in
Ch.E., Elect., Ind., or Mech. for Sum-
mer and Regular Research, Develop-
ment, Production and Sales.
Marathon Corp., Menasha, Wis. -
B.S. in Ch.E., Ind., Math., Mech., and
Physics for Research, Development, De-
sign, and Production."
National Electric Products Corp.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. - all levels in Elect.,
Ind., Mat'ls, or Mech., B.S. or M.S. in
Ch.E. or Engrg. Mech., B.S. in Metal.
for Summer an dRegular Research De-
velopment, Production and Sales.
Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, Div. of
United Aircraft Corp., East Hartford,
Conn. - all levels in Aero., Ch.E., Elect.
Instru. Mat'is, Mech., Engrg. Mech.,
Metal.. Nuclear, -Physics, and Science
for Research, Development, and Design.
Semet-Solvay & Solval Process Div.
Allied Chem. & Dye Corp., all levels in
Ch.E., Ind., Instr., Civil and Science,
B.S. in Metal, or Mech.- for Summer
and Regular Research, Devel., and Pro-
duction. U.S. citizens.
The U.S. Graphite Co., Saginaw,
Mich. - B.S. or M.S. in Ch.E., Elect.,
Mech., or Metal. for Reseaerch, Devel-
opment, Design and Production. U.S.
citizens.
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Lansing,
Mich. -- all levels in Elect. for Devel-
opment,, Design and Construction.
Thurs., Feb. 28
Archer-Daniel-Midland Co., Minnea-

polis, Minn. - all levels in Ch.E., or
Chemistry, also Engrs. with a back-
ground in Mining or Metallurgy for
Sales, Research, and Production.
E. J. Brach & Sons, Chicago, Ill. -
all levels in Ch.E., Elect. Ind., Instr.,
Mat'Is, Math., Mech., Engrg. Mech.,
Physics, Sanitation, and Science for
Summer and Regular Development,
Design, Production, Sales, and Indus-
trial Engrg,
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Ill.-
all levels in Ch.E., Civil, Mech., Elect.,
Metal., Physics, Physical Chem., Ana-
lytical Chem. for Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Production, Construc-
tion and Sales.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. E., ext. 2182.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments'
Wed., Feb. 27
Home Life Insurance Co. Detroit,
Mich. - Men with degrees in Liberal
Arts or Business Admin. for Sales and
Sales Management Training.
Kalamazoo Vegetable Parchment Co.,
Kalamazoo, Mich. - Men with B.A.,
B.S., M.A., or M.S. In any field for
Sales, Management Training or Re-
search.
Mutual of New York, New York City,
N.Y. - Men with degrees in Liberal
Arts majoring in Economics, Mathe-
matics or Business Administration for,
General Administrative Trainee.
The National City Bank of Cleveland,
Cleveland, Ohio - Men with any de-
gree for General Banking.
Mich. Dept. of Mental Health, hospi-
tals in Caro, Lapeer, Northville, Ypsi-
lanti, Pontiac, Coldwater, Kalamazoo,
Traverse City - men in BusAd., Public
Ad., or Hospital Ad. for Management
Training Program in the field of Men-
tal Health.
U.S. Information Agency - Men and
women, under 31 years of age, citizens
of the U.S. for at least ten years, must
have M.A. or equivalent or two years
work experience in Radio, TV, Journa-
lism, Public Relations, Area and Lan-
guage Study, Political Science, Com-
munication Techniques, at least one
foreign language is desirable, for Ju-
nior Officer Program.
Thurs., Feb. 28
Whirlpool-Seger Corp., St. Joseph,
Mich. - Men with B.A. or M.A. in Lib-
eral Arts for Management, Sales or
Training.
Shillito's Department Stores, Cincin-
nati, Ohio. - Men and women for Mar-
keting, Management and Merchandis-
ing with any degrees.
J. P. Morgan Co., Inc., New York
City, N.Y. -- Men with B.A. or M.A. in
Liberal Arts for Executive Careers in
J.P. Morgan Company.
The J. L. Hudson Company, Detroit,
Mich. - Men and women with degrees
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-

tration for Executive Training to
velop Executives at the Assistant
partment Head level.

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De-

Fri., March 1, 19
International Business Machines,
New York City, N.Y. - Location of
work: Plants: Endicott. Poughkeepsie,
Kingston, Owego, New York; Washing-
ton, D.C.; San Jose, Calif.; Green-
castle, Ind.; Rochester, Minn.; Lexing-
ton, Ky.; Laboratories: Endicott,
Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Owego, N.Y.;
San Jose, Calif.; Offices: Principal cit-
ies of the U.S.: Men for 1. Sales--A.B.,
B.S., M.A. or M.S. in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration. Extensive
training with pay in Sales and Busi-
ness Electronics. 2. Technical Services.
Any Degree. Men and women assist
customers in the installataion and ap-
plication of electric accounting ma-
chines and electronic data processing
systems. 3. Applied Science. M.S. or
PhD. in Math or one of the Physical
Sciences. Excellent training under the
direction of skilled scientists is given
in preparation for the important con-
sulting work.
International Business Machines, De'
troit, Mich. - Location of work:East
and Midwest. Men with any degree for
Finance, Marketing, Manufacturing
Administration, Sales, Personnel, Cus-
tomer Service, Applied Science.
Women for Customer Serviceg De-
partment. The duties are 1. Train IBM
personnel and customers on how to
set up and apply our equipment to
business procedures. 2. Help customers
in the installaations on machine and
systems problems, 3. Work with our
salesmen on new approaches to data
processing.
Lumberman's Mutual Casualty Co.,
Chicago, I1.-Men with any degree for
College Graduate Training Program.
The men selected for the training pro-
gram will enter into positions in Un-
derwriting, Claim Adjusting, Account-
ing, Statistics, Safety Engineering and
Auditing, as Special Agents. Also
knownas Kemper Insurance Company.
Argus Cameras, Division of Sylvania
Electric Products, Ann Arbor, Mich. -
Location of Work: Ann Arbor during
training period with relocation later
anywhere in the U.S. Men with any
degree for Sales Traning Program.
Union Carbide and Carbon Co., New
York City, N.Y. - Men with Degree
in Economics, Mathematics, Chemistry
and Physics for Credit, General or
Sales Accounting, Management Serv-
ices and Methods Work.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 3371.
Summer Placement:
Mr. Ken Smith, Camp Charlevoix,
fpr boys, Charlevoix, Mich., will inter-
view for various types of counselors
in Room 100 of the Michigan Union,

Tues., Feb. 26, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
and all day Wed., Feb. 27 from 9 a.m.
to 4:45.
The following will interview camp
personnel in Room 3G of the Michigan
Union from 9 a.m. to 4:45 on Wed.,
Feb. 27:
The Rev,. Bob Crosby, the Detroit
Methodist Church; staff for 8 camp
sites in Michigan, including nurse,
maintenance staff, kitchen help, wa-
terfront, naturalist, nature craft lead-
er, general counselors, and program di-
rector,
Mr. and Mrs. Skolnick, Detroit Fresh
Air Society, variety of counselors, resi-
dent camps as well as day camps.
Riseman Farm Camp., Mrs. Riseman,
Dryden, Mich., men for waterfront dir.,
campcraft dir.; men and women for
cabin counselors; women for nurse.
The Herald Tribune Fresh Air Fund,
Mr. Larry Mickalie, several camps in
New York and eastern states for both
handicapped and able-bodied campers.
Both general and specialty counselors
are needed.
Camp Nahelu, Ortonville, Mich., Mr.
Stan Michaels, general, waterfront,
arts and crafts, dramatics, male and
female.
Mich. Dept. of Mental Health, for
various hospitals, men and women for
summer work.
Mrs. A. M. Wauters - Hilton Camp,
Walloon Lake, Mich. - men and wo-
men for' General Counselors.
All of the above will be interviewing
at the Union on Wed., Feb. 27, in Room
3G, from 9 to 4:45.
Tues., & Thurs., Feb. 26 & 28
IBM will interview Math., Physicists,
Mech. E., Ind. E., and E. E., who will
commence senior year in Sept., for a
special summer training program on
March 2. Appointments should be made
at the Bureau.
Personnel Requests:
Morris Knowles Inc., Easton, Pa., has
openings for Program Planners with
degrees in City Planning, Engrg., Ar-
chitecture or related fields.
Green Giant Co., Le Sueur, Minn., is
looking for a man with a B.S. in Mech.
E. for the position of Project Engrg.
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich.,
needs a man with a PhD degree in one
of the basic sciences related to Den-
tistry to work as Director in the Re-
search Section of the Dental Division.
Related fields include Anatomy, His-
tology, Zoology, Biochemistry, Paths
ology, Embryology, Botany, Bacteri-
ology, and Endocrinology.
Mich. State Civil Service announces
exams for Institution Personnel At-
tendant, Personnel Technician, Engrg.
Aide, Chemist Trainee, and Bank Ex-
aminer.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.

'U' Prof.
Presented"
Nash A ward i
By ROBERT BALL
Prof. Richalrd L. Weav er of the,
conservation department looks lke
an "outdoors man" at first appear-
ance.
One might guess he had spent Beautifully finished and indi-
many hours on skis, or as a con-
struction boss, or perhaps in the idually packaged in real dur-
study and appreciation of nature. able transparent PLIOFILM.
The latter would be closest to
the truth. Prof. Weaver was re- Pliofilm (unlike cellophane) does not ripi-
cently awarded the Nash Conser- or crock." Protects and glorifies your most
vation Award, which cited "his two important wardrobe.
decades of leadership in the field :
of conservation education, as a -
graduate student, teacher, state
advisor, officer of many nationaljeach
conservation organizations and
professor of conservation.'-
Award Justified LESS 10//
American Motors justified theirAN
Conservation Award In an inter-
esting way. These are the words of
AM President George Romney
"'Much of the enjoyment of the
outdoors depends upon the auto-
mobile. We therefore feel that
American Motors has a large stake
in conserving the resources that
have made America a rich and 0 Expertly laundered in luke warm
beautiful country." water and vegetable oil soap.
Prof. Weaver was born near * Carefully steam pressed on our
State College, Pennsylvania in
1911. "My first interest in conser- special sport shirt equipment.
vation started in the Boy Scouts Steam pressing prevents fusing
while getting my Eagle S'cout and shining of delicate mate-
badge, particularly while working -a.rio.
on the bird study merit badge." Packaged in clear transparent
Career Begins PLIOFILM
Charles Lathrop Pack, who es-
tablished the award, made a for-
tune around the turn of the cen-
tury in the logging industry, and
put it back into trust funds,
scholarships and other means of less 10%'
financing conservation programs. CASH AND CARRY
This was the beginning of Prof.
Weaver's conservation career. Use Our Convenient Drivenn Service
"There has been considerable
inertia in many schools, but I'm
not pessimistic," he commented. Corner
"The fact that school superinten- E. Liberty St.
dents are looking for larger cam- & Fifth A
puses indicates an enlarging po-
tential for outdoor laboratories PHONE
and learning. School camping als
offers fine opportunities for con-
servation education," he observed.
Discussing the consequences of
urbanization, the ruddy-faced man
suggested that use of field trips
into the country, study of land
uses, pollution, smoke control, rec-
reation planning, and beautifica-
tion of urban areas should be in-
corporated in the school curricu-
lum.

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