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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Noak, Smetana-Salmon, Dinicu-Heifetz,
Chopin, Bach-Seidler, Bozza, and Cha-
vez. Mr. Seidler will be assisted by
Sandra Keckonen, piano, and a per-
cussion ensemble conducted by Robert
Hause, and by Lawrence Hurst, contra-
bass. Members of the percussion en-
semble are Peter Ekstrom, Harold Jones,
William Curtin, Gene Thrailkill, Jon
Moore, and Dominick Pellegreno. The
recital will be open to the general
public.
Student Recital: Paul Heyboer, stu-1
dent of oboe with Florian Mueller, will
present a recital Sunday at 8:30 p.m.,
Aud. A, Angell Hall. The recital will be
in partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of Mu-
sic (wind instruments). Mr. Heyboer
will be assisted by Joellen Bonham,
pianist, and his program will include
compositions by Telemann, Goossens,
Britten, Still and Vernon. The recital
will be open to the general public.
- Instrumentation Engineering Semi-
nar: "The Analysis and Application of
Valve Controlled Hydraulic Systems,"
by Anthony J. Gregory, Teaching Fel-
low in Aeronautical Engineering, Tues.,
Mar. 18, 4:00 p.m., Room 1508 E. Engin.
Bldg.
The Extension Service announces the
following class to be held in Ann Ar-
M bor beginning Mon., Mar. 17: The 1958
May Festival Lecture Series 7:00 p.m.
Aud. D., Angell Hall. This series of six
lectures will concentrate on a study
and analysis of the major works to
:: .be performed in the 1958 May Festival
program. Six weeks (omitting April 7)
oto Courtesy University News Service Registration fee, $10.00, Prof. Glenn D.
McGeoch, instructor. Registration for
:32 aluminum-covered rods of this series may be made during the
Phoenix Memorial Laboratory half hour preceding the class in the
worth of uranium slugs, destined class room.
was loaned to 'the University by Dottoral Examination for Glen Vir-
gil Berg, Civil Engineering; thesis:
"The Analysis of Structural Response
to Earthquake Forces," Mon., March
17, 307 W. Engine, at 3:30\p.m. Chair-
man, B. G. Johnston.
Sp Announces Placement Notices
Beginning with Mon., March 17, the
* Bureau of Appointments will have rep-
Sa i a resentatives from the following school
bsystems to interview for 1958-59.
Mon., Mardh 17
Hzel Park, Mich. -- Elementary;
Mentally Handicapped; Elementary Mu-
at the University next fall, carries sic; Elementary Art. (Will also inter-
a stipend of $750. It is awarded view for other fields.)
on the basis of personality, Otsego, Mich. -- Elementary: Home
achievement and scholastic ability, Economics; English (9th); Library.
Battle Creek, Mich. -- All fields.
with preference given to candi- El Cajon, Calif. - Elementary.
dates doing creative work. Fraser, Mich. - Special Education
(Mentally Retarded; Blind; Speech Cor-
The Laurel Harper Seeley Schol- rection); Elementary; Industrial Arts;
arship of $200 is awarded on the Commercial; General Science/ Math or
basis of scholastic achievement, Biology; Jr. H.S. Math/Science; Woman
contribution to University life and Counselor; Social Studies/ English.
finncriaun A tyhit Detroit, Mish. - (Redford Union
financial need. Although it 1- Schools) - Elementary; Elementary
available to graduate women, Coordinator; English; Industrial Arts;
preference is given to undergrad- Commercial; Elem. Vocal; Art; Speech
Correction; Mentally Handicapped;
uates. Physical Science; Homemaking.
The.Mary L. Hinsdale Scholar- Milwaukee, Wis. - Elementary; Han-
,available to single under- dicapped; Chemistry; Physics; Math;
ship, sHome Economics; Industrial Arts; Girls
graduate women who do not live Physical Education.
in University residence halls or Wed., March 19
sorority houses and are partially Detroit, Mich. - All fields.
or WollySelfsupprtin, toals El Monte, Cal. - Elementary; 7th, &
or wholly self-supporting, totals 8th Self-contained classrooms; Mental-
almost $135. Applicants should ly Retarded.
show better than average scholar- Milwaukee, Wis. -- Same as above.
ship and financial need. Thurs., March 20
Mt. Clemens, Mich."- (L'anse Creuse
Application blanks can be ob- Schpols ) - Elementary; Jr. H.S. Art;
tained at the Alumnae Council Soc. Stud.; Boys and Girls Physical
Education; 7th grads self-contained;
oice in the League, and must be Special Education (Visiting teacher;
submitted by April 21. Mentally Retarded).
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.ir.dw':Saim s".",a"o'"'.:ni':t:;ais'."."""..'"'."¢'.Wa:i' Lv s ;a rP.S''a.emuS4a.v'*:i° :'.___'__::".a!:.?as.i.?y

St. Clair Shores, Mich. - (Lakeview
Schools) - Elementary.
Shaker Heights, Ohio - Elementary;
Soc. Studies; Math; English; Science;
Girls Physical Education; Elem. & Sr.
H.S. Instr. Music; Elementary Art.
Utica, Mich. - H.S. Eng./Journ.;
English; Metal Shop; Math/ Dr. Train-
ing/ Math; Biology; Phy/Gen Set.; Jr.
H.S. History/English; Math/Science;
Elementary; Elem. Vocal; Jr. H.S. Vo-
cal; Special Education.
Boron, Calif. - First grade; Girls'
Phys. Ed.; H. S. Mentally Retarded.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 40528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS
Representatives from the following
will be at the COLLEGE OF ENGIN-
EERING:
Wednesday, March 19
Consumers Power Company, Jackson,
Mich. - Srs., Jrs, and Sophs. for Part-
time and Summer work in E.E. or E.
Science for Development and Design.
Part-time work is located in Ann Ar-
bor.
Indiana State Highway Department,
Indianapolis, Ind. - All degree levels
in C.E. for all phases of Highway Dept.
work, construction, Office, etc. Must
be a U.S. citizen. For summer: Jrs.,
Srs., and grad students in C.E.
American Radiator and Standard
Sanitary Corp., American Blower Divi-
sion, Detroit, Mich., BS is A.E., Ch.E.,

C.E., E.7., M.E., and E. Mech. for sales.
Must be a U.S. citizen.
Canadair Ltd. ,Montreal, Quebec, Can.
--All degree levels in A.E., C.E., E.E.,
M.E., Instru., E. Math., E. Mech., Nucl.,
E. Physics and E. Science for Research,
Development and Design. Must be a
Canadian citizen and Men only.
Container Corp. of America, Chicago,
Il. - BS in Ch.E., C.E., E.7., I.E., ME.,

and E. Mech. for Production andQuali-
t y Control. Must be a native U.S. citi-
zen. For summer: Soph, Jrs., and Srs.
for factory work in production or quali-
ty control work in lab.
Corning Giss Works, Albion, Mich. -
All degree levels in Ch.E., E.7., and M.E.
BS & MS in I.E. for Research, Develop-
ment and Production. (MS or PhD de-
grees necessary for work in Research
and Development.)
R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago,
Ill -- BS & MS in Ch.E.,E.E., I.E., M.E.,
and Mat'ls for Research Development,
Design and Production. Must be a
U.S. citizen and Men only.
General Dynamics Corp., Electric
Boat Division, Groton, Conn. - BS &

O Organization. Notices

MS in Ch.R., MX., Met., and Nav. & Actuary, Airways operation specialist,
Mar., BS in E. Math and E. Physics for Architect, Cadastral Surveyor, Cartog-
Research, Development, Design and rapher, Cartographic Aid, Chemist,
Testing. Must be a U.S. Citizen. Draftsman, Electronic Scientist, Elec-
I. T. & T. Kellog Switchboard & Sup- tronic Technician, All branches of En.
ply Co., Chicago, Ill - BS & MS in gineering, Engineering Aids, Illustra-
E.E. and M.E., BS in I.E. and Met. for tor (Technical Equip.) Mech.-Elec. In-
Electronic and Electro-Mech. Develop- spector, Mathematician, Mathematics
ment and Design, Production, Indus- Aid, Medical Officer, Medical Techni-
trial and Met. Engrg. Must be a U.S. clan, Metallurgist, Naval Architect,
Citizen. Nurse, Physical Science Administra-
tor, Physical Science Aid, Physicist,
Ladish Co., Cudahy, Wis. - All de- Prosthetic Technician (Restorations),
gree levels in I.E. BS & MS in Met., BS Range Conservationist, Soil Scientist,
in E. Math., M.E., E. Mech., E. Physics Statistician, Stenographer, Teacher-
and E. Science. for Research, Develop- Principal, Traffic and Transportation
ment, Design, Production & estimating Specialist, and Training Instructor.
and Ind. Engrg. Must be a U.S. Citizen. Current Federal Examinations are al-
For Summer: All grade levels in above liste t FeBeau you are in-
fields for all functions of engineer- listed at the Bureau. If you are in-
ing. ,terested, please stop in the Bin-a
and look over the announcement.
The Mead Corp., Chillicothe, Ohio Gulf 0 Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa. is
All degree levels in Ch.E. MS in I.E., GlOtCrpPtsugaio
MS and PhD in M.E. and E. Mech. for seeking a man with an MS or PhD in
RSearchDvloME.ntProducordCekgm. Electro-chem., or Ch. E. for
ReseahDe"ermentionuct and wok;. the Corrosion Section of their
Tech. service. Must be a U.S. Citizen MtrasEgneigDvso.Fv
and Men only Materials Engineering Division. Five
Pennsylvania Railroad, Chicago, i. years minimum of experience.
-BS in C.E. for Training Program for Alco Products, Inc., Schenectady, N.
Supervisory Officers. Y., has an opening for a Ch.E. with 1
Supervsory fie & Ch C to 15 years of experience and a thermal
Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Co., systems analyst (M.E.) with 5 to 10
Pittsburgh, Pa. - All degree levels in years experience.
Ch.E., Constru., E.7., I.E., M.E., Instru., Armour Research Foundation of 11-
veloandment, Design,cs for Research, De- nois Institute of Technology, Chica-
Construction. Must be a U.S. Citizen go, Ill., is listing current vacancies for
anMenion.U..Mech. Engrs., Met. Engrs., Elec. Engre.,
and Men only. Mathematicians, Physicists and Chem-
Weirton Steel Co., Div. of National ists and Chem. Engrg.
Steel Corp. Weirton, West Va. -- BS & For further information, contact the
MS in I.E. and Met. Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
For appointments, contact the En- Bldg. ext. 3371.
gineering Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., ext. 2182. SUMMER PLACEMENT NOTICES
Remeber: Mr. Ward D. Peterson will
PERSONNEL REQUESTS be in Room 3-G of the Michigan Union
Local and Regional Civil Service Ex- from.9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, March
aminations, announcements of current 17 to answer any and all questions
exams for the following positions are about employment for the summer on
posted in the Bureau of Appointments: the S. S. AQUARAMA.

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Lutheran Student Assoc., supper and
meeting, Mar. 16, 6 p.m., Speaker, Dr.
Raymond Knauf. "The Christian view
of the field of biology."
* * *
Gamma Delta Lutheran Students
Group, joint meeting with Flint chap-
ter, at Flint., Mar. 16, 2 p.m., meet at
Lutheran chapel.
Unitarian Students Group, meeting,
Mar. 16, 7 p.m., speaker, Dr. Haas, "The
Creative Process," transportation at 6:45
from Union and Stockwell.
* *' *
Student Assoc. for Intercultural Liv-
ing, meeting, Mar. 17, 8 p.m., Union.
Young Democratic Club., Executive
Board Meeting, Mar..17, 4 p.m., SAB.
* * *
Congregational and Disciples Student

Guild, meeting, Mar. 16, 7 p.m., speak-
er, Miss Amber Van, "The World on
Your Door Step," Disciples Church par-
lor; Mar. 17, 7:30 p.m., speaker, Dr. Ri-
chard Meier, "The Origin of the Scien--
tific Species," Guild House.
* * *'
Modern Jazz Society, meeting, Mar.
16, 8 p.m., Union, 3-D. ,
* ' *
Hillel, meeting, Mar. 16, 7 p.m., speak-
er, Prof. Alston, "How People Talk
About God," music room.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, hiking, Mar.
16, 2 p.m., meet in back of Rackham
(N.W. entrance). ,
*« a *
Deutscher Verein, meeting, Mar. 18,
7:30 p.m., Union, 3-G. Four students of
German to speak on experiences Ia
Germany.

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