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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)

ring Materials:

7:00 p.m.

emical and Metallurgical Engineer-
1, two hours of undergraduate cre-
1300 East Engineering Bldg. Fif-
weeks. $22.00.
troduction to American Literature:
p.m. (English 45, two hours of un-
raduate credit.) 171 School of Busi-
Administration. Fifteen weeks.
00.
troduction to the Art of Music:
p.m. 206 Burton Tower. Fifteen
ks. $22.00.
egistration for these classes may be
le in Room 4501 of the Administra-
. Building on South State Street
ng University office hours and on
morning, Feb. 16, 9:00 a.m. to
0 Noon, also in Room 164, School
Business Administration, Corner
Monroe and Tappan, from 6:30 to
p.m., Tues. through Thurs., Feb.
13 and 14.
edical College Admission Test: Ap-
ation blanks for the May 11, 1957
inistration of the Medical College
mission Test are now available at
JRackham Building. Application
aks are due in Princeton, N. J. not
r than April 27, 1957. If you expect
enter medical school in the fall of
, you are urged to take the test
May 11.
eminar in Mathematical Statistics.
anizational Meeting Wed., Feb. 13
.2 noon in Room 3020, Angell Hall.
perations Research Seminar: Roger
Crane, Touche, Niven, Bailey and
art (Detroit), will lecture on "A
del for a Company Operation" on
1., Feb. 13. Coffee hour at 3:30 in
m 243, West Engineering Building
seminar in Room 229 West Engin-
ng Buiding at 4:00 p.m. All facul-
members are welcome.
eronautical Engineering Seminar:
d. J. M. Burgers research professor
the University of Maryland, will
a k on Magnetohydrodynamics.
irs., Feb. 14 at 4:00 p.m. in Aud. C.
ell Hall.
Events Today
[ichigan Dames General Meeting.
. James K. Miller will review "King
Paris" by Guy Endore, the story of
xandre Dumas. 8:00 p.m., Assembly
m, Rackham Building on Tues.,
. 12.
lacement Notices
he following schools have listed va-
cies on their teaching staffs with
Bureau of Appointments for Sept.,
7.
akersfield, California-Speech Cor-
tion.
ellevile, Michigan - English; Eng-
/History; Math/Science.
aribault, Minnesota (St. Mary's1
1)-English; Math.
lint, Michigan (Kearsley School) -
,ech/Debate; Social Studies/or Hist.
English plus Journalism.
'remont,, Ohio -- Vocal and Instru-
ntal> Music.
ullerton, California - Business Edu-
[on; English; Driver Education/

Coaching; Industrial Arts; Math; So-
cial Studies; Girls' Physical Education;
Science; Language; Elementary Art;
Home Economics.
Gary, Indiana - Speech; Girl's Phy-
sical Education; Home Economics;
Physics/Chem./Gen. Sci.; Instrumen-
tal Music; All elementary grades; Ele-
mentary vocal music/Speech; Elemen-
tary Science.
Gillette, Wyoming -- English; Voca-
tional Home Economics; Latin/French/
Spanish.
Grosse Pointe, Michigan - All Ele-
mentary Grades; Art/Music; Business
Education; English; Foreign Lan-
guages; Homemaking; Industrial Arts;
Math; Boys Physical Education; Social
Studies Science; Special Education
(Reading Coordinator; School Psycholo-
gist; Speech Correction; Teacher of
Slow Learners).
Hartland, Wisconsin - Art/Engltsh;
Vocal Music; Science; World History;
World Geography/American History.
Highland Park, Illinois - English;
English/History; Sociology; Spanish;
Boys Physical Education; Girls Physi-
cal Education; Commercial; Counselor.
Houston, Texas (St. John's School)-
English; Math; Science; History; Lat-
in/one other language.
Lake Forest, Illinois (Lake Forest Day
School) - Elementary (4th and 5th);
Elementary Physical Education; Indus-
trial Arts.
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 Chemistry Dept.:
Thurs., Feb. 14 and Fri., Feb. 15
Standard Oil of Calif., San Francisco,
Calif. - all degree levels in Chem.
Fri., Feb. 15
The Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland,
Ohio - all levels in Chem.
Hercules Powder Co., Wilmington,
Delaware - B.S. and M.S. in Chem.
Mon., Feb. 18
E. IL du Pont de Nemours and Co.,-
all levels in Chem.
Dow Corning Corp., Midland, Mich.
-all levels in Chem.
Esso Standard Oil Co., Baton Rouge,
La. - all levels in Chem.
Swift & Co., Chicago, Ill. - M.S. and
PhD. in Chem.
For appointments contact the Chem.
Dept. 2035 Chem. Bldg., Ext. 727.
Represenattives from, the following
will be at Engrg.:
Thurs., Feb. 14 e
Kearfott Company, Inc., Clifton, N.J.
all levels in Aero., Elect., Ind., Instru.,
Math., Mvech. and Physics for Summer,
Co-op, and Regular Research, Devel-
opment, Design, and Production. U.S.
citizens.
Leeds & Northrup Co., Philadelphia,
Pa. - all levels in Elect., Ch. E., Mech.,
or Ind., also Chem. and Physics for
Research, Development, and Produc-
tion.
Reynolds Metals Co., Richmond, Va.
-all levels in Ch.E., Constr., Elect.,
Ind;, Instr., Mat., Math., Mech.. Metal.,
Physics, and Science, B.S. in Civil for

Research, Development, Design, Pro-
duction, Construction, Sales, and In-
dustrial E.
Carrier Corp., Syracuse, N.Y. - B.S,
or M.S. in Che., E., Elect., Ind, or N
Math., B.S. in Aero., Civil for Research, coU
Development, Production, Constr.,
Sales, Service and Application E. Arb
For appointments contact the Engrg. are
Placement Office., 347 W.E., Ext. 2182.ae
- elec
A representative from the following 1
will be at the Bureau of Appointments: inic
Thurs., Feb. 14
Borg-Warner Corp., Chicago, Ill. -
men in BusAd. and Liberal Arts with
Econ. for Production and Mgt. Staff
Training; degrees in Physics, Math.,
and Chem. for Research Programs. Po-
sitions mostly in Midwest, but some
in Calif. and the East.
Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio, Comptroller's Div. - men with
Acctg. for Acctg., Auditing, Financial
Analysis, and Tax.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 371,
Summer Placement:
At the Summer Placement Meeting,
Wed., Feb. 13, from 9-4:45, in room 3-G
of the Mich. Union, there will be rep-
resentatives from the following: Ann
Arbor Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., The De-
troit 'Fresh Air Society, The Ann Ar-
bor Fresh Air Camp, Russell Kelly Of-
fice Service, Jackson Girl Scouts, De-
troit Boy Scouts, and Camp Conestega.
There will also be an interview from
the Trail's End Camp in Beech Lake,
Pa.

ity Nominees'
rominations for mayor, three
ncilmen and approval of Ann
or's capital improvements issue
at stake in the local primary
ction Feb. 18.
n the mayorality contest, Dom-
ek A. DeVatri opposes Mayor

To Be Chosen
William E. Brown Jr. for the Dem-
ocratic nomination.
In the First Ward, Harry Mial,
David Dickinson, and Robert J.
Wollam are seeking the two Re-
publican nominations.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1957
There's a bright fato aefor yo ue
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COMING FEBRUARY 14
Hughes announces campus interviews
for Electrical Engineers
and Physicists receiving B.S.,
M. S., or Ph.D. degrees.
Consult your placement office now
for an appointment.
-------------------.--.J
HUGH ES
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LABORATORIES
ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING
Hughes Aircraft Company, Culver City, Caifornia
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