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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

4ervative
s To.Give
erian all
m Yates, Conservative
>f the British parliament,
on "The Algerian Crisis;"
.m. Monday in the East
ce Room of the Rackham
a member of parliament
5, has been touring the
States speaking on the
ast, China and Algerian
3 recently selected to de-
Myron Taylor ~-lecture
Li University on "Anglo-
. Relations in the Middle
ture is being held under
ces of the University Near
tudies department.

ILY

p.m. In Hill Aud. has been eabeelled,
Student Recital: Sarah Baird, student
of flute with Nelson Hauenstein, will
present a recital at 4:15 p.m., Sun.,
March 23, in Aud. A, Angell Hall, in
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Bachelor of Music,
Wind Instruments. Miss Baird will be
assisted at the piano by Cynthia Con-
by Elizabeth Chapman, and by Har-
ry Dunscombe, cello, and Elizabeth
Lichty, viola. Her program will include
compositions by Bach, Bozza, Martin,
Schubert and Burton. Open to the gen-
eral public without charge.
Student Recital: Joseph Hanchrow,
who studies tuba with Glenn Smith,
will present a recital in Aud. A, An-
gell M!all at 8 :30 p.m., Sun., March 23,
which will include compositions by
Beethoven, Mozart, Mueller, Handel
and Schuller. Mr. Hanchrow will be
assiste dat the piano by Cynthia Con-
way, and by a Brass and Percussion
Ensemble conducted by Robert Hause
consisting of the following: John Alex-
ander, John Avollo, Walter Chestnut,
David Flowers, Bruce McCormack and
Gary Stollsteimer, trumpets; Charles
Gabrion and Acton Ostling, euphoni-
um; Howard Howard, Robert Reynolds,
Vincent Schneider and David Whitwell,
horns; John Christie, Keineth Miesen
and Houghton Peterson, trombones;
and Harold Jones, percussion. Open to
the general public without charge.
Academic 'Notices
Interdepartmental Seminar: Aero-
nautical Engineering and Meterology.
Fri., March 21, 3:30 p.m. 1500 E. En-
gine. Bldg. Howard T. Orville, chair-
man, President Eisenhower's Advisory
Committee on Weather Control, will
speak on "Scientific Evaluation of
Weather Control."
Placement Notices
The following school systems have
listed teaching vacancies with the Bu-
reau of Appointments for the 1958-59
school year. They will not be here to
interview at this time.
Lake Linden, Mich. -- Commercial;
English; Music (Instrumental/Vocal).
M il w a u k e e, Wisc. (Nicolet High
School) -- English; Social. Science;
Math; Science; Girls and Boys Physi-
cal Education; Vocal Music; Library.
Montrose, Mich. - Elementary; H.S.
Physics/ Chemistry / Math; Industrial
Arts; Social Studies/Assistant Coach;
Band/Glee Club.
New Canaan, Conn. -- Elementary;
H. S. English; Social Studies; French/
Latin (or Latin only); Latin or French/
English; Biology/Gen.Sci./Math; Eng-
fish/Social Studies; Girls Physical Edu-
cation; Jr. HtS. Math/Science; English/
French:
Orangeburg, N.Y. "- (Central School
District No. 1)-English; Social Stu-
dies; 7th grade Math/Science; Elemen-
tary; Elementary 4rt; Jr. H.S. Art;
Girls Physical Education; Nurse-Teach-

FFICIAL
ULLETIN

er; Reading Consultant; Library; Math/
Science Consultant; Speech/Speech
Correction; Homemaking; Industrial
Arts; Cafeteria Manager.
Park Forest, Ill. (Rich Township High
School) - English/Social Studies; Eng-
lish; Social Studies; Spanish; Math;
Science; Boys Physical Educ./Coaching;
Girls Physical Education; Commercial;
Librarian/Adult Educ.; Physically and
Mentally Handicapped.
Stanton, Mich. - Elementary; 9th/
10th English; 11th/12th English/library.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin.. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Exhibits: From time to time during'
the semester companies will be bring-
ing exhibits of their progress and pro-{
duction. These will be held on the
basement floor of the Michigan Union.
March ,26, Socony Mobil Oil Company.
Contacts: It is the time to obtain
the names and addresses of employers
that you might contact during your
spring vacation. We have a Contact
File which is set up geographically and
other books for your use in contacting
firms in a specific location or looking'
for your particular background.
Appointments: Appointments for in-
terviews must be made as early as pos-
sible. This is the only way we can be
sure the employers will come as they
usually call a day or two before their
date to cheqk on their schedule. Call'
University Ext. 3371 for appointments.,
Literature: Literature is on file for
many companies that do interview
through bur office and others that
have contacted our office in one way
or another throughout the years. Our
interview literature is displayed three
weeks in advance of the employers',
visit for your convenience. Plpase drop
in and look over the material.
Cancellations: Appointments for in-
terviews must be cancelled by 4 p.m.
of the day preceding the scheduled in-,
terview except in case of illness, etc.,
Three cancellations without good rea-
son will lose you your fright to inter-
view through our office.
Personnel Interviews
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Canada Life Assurance Company,
Jackson, Mich. Location of work -
State of Michigan. Men with B.A. in
Liberal Arts or B.B.A. for Sales.
R. H. Macy Stores, The Lasalle &
Koch Company, Toledo, Ohio. Location
of Work-Macy's, N.Y.-Herald Square,
Parkchester, Jamaica, Flatbush, Whdte
Plains and Roosevelt Field; Bamberger's
New Jersey -- Newark, Morristown,
Plainfield, Princeton and Paramus;
Davison-Paxon Co. -- Atlanta, Augusta,
Macon, Columbus, Athens and'Sea Is-
Try our
BLENDED HAIR CUTS
You will like them!
715 N. University

land Georgia, Columbia, South Caro-
lina; The Lasalle & Koch Company -
Toledo, Bowling Green, Tiffin, San-i
dusky and Findlay, Ohio; Macy's Calif.
-San Francisco, Richmond, San Ra-;
fael, Hillsdale (San Mateo), Valley Fair
(San Jose) and Bay Fair (Saj Feandro;
Macy's Missouri - Kansas - Kansas
City and Joplin, Wichita and Mission,+
Kansas. Men and women with B.A. or
M.A. for Junior Executive Training Pro-
gram. The program is about six months
consisting of weekly instruction, con-
ferences and informal discussions while
receiving on-the-job training through]
rotational assignments in the store.
The Divisions are as follows: The Man-
agement Division. The Publicity Divi-
sion, The Control Division, The Mer-1
chandise Division and Personnel.,
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago,.
Chicago, Ill. Men with B.A. in English
or B.B.A. for Auditing, Bank Exami-
nation, Personnel and Planning.
Sarkes-Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind. Location of work -- Bloomington,
Ind. 1) Men with degrees in Account-'
ing or equivalent for Executive Ac-
countant. Reports directly to top man-
agement; Must be C.P.A. 2) Men for
Producer-Performer. On-camera per-
sonality; ability to produce and par-
ticipate in live television productions,
with willingness to do other work in
programming and production as re-
quired. 3) Women for Television Per-
former and Studio Assistant. Must go
on camera for productions and com-
mercial spots; also will assist in stu-
dio operations. 4) Men for TV Time
Salesman., In Indianapolis area; should
have experience in television, radio'
time, or newspaper advertisement sales;
this is a high level sales position re-
quiring maturity, acquaintance with'
Indianapols commercial zone and abil-
ity to sell an intangible. 5) Men for
Copywriters. Prefer experience in ad-
vertising copywriting and unique ideas
of experience; must be able to write]
original descriptive advertising copy ex-
tolling client's products; openings in
Indainapolis. 6) Women for Secretary.
Handle all, secretarial and general of-
fice duties for program director at In-
diarapolis TV studio; should have+
ability to take dictation; may serve as
receptionist as needed.1
Tues., April 1
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner &
Smith, New York, N.Y. Location of1

work - Horne office, N.Y. City. Offices
in principal cities of the U.S. and
abroad. Men with B.A. or M.A. in
Economics for Sales Training Program.
9ales Training for assignments in'se-
curities/commodities sales or research.
2) Men with B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Fi-
nance. 3) Men with B.A. or M.A. in Lib-
eral Arts for work with Merrill Lynch
with a sincgre interest in their busi-
ness.
Wurzburg Company, Grand Rapids,
Mich. Location of work - Grand Rap-
ids, Mich. Men and women with B.A. or
M.A. in Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A.
for Merchandising Trainee. Women in
Junior or Sophomore year and inter-
ested in summer work for college
board. Work will entail selling in the
fashion departments.
The Ohio Oil Company,'Findlay, Ohio
Men with B.A. in Economics, B.B.A. or
M.B.A. for Marketing Training . Pro-
gram.
College Life Insurance Company of
America, Indianapolis, Ind. Location
of work - Indianapolis, Ind. and other
principal cities of the U.S. Men with
B.A. or M.A. in Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or
M.B.A. for Sales and Sales Manage-
ment. 2) The College Life Insurance
Company is also interested in alumni
for Sales and Sales Management.
Wed., April 2
Herpolsheimer's, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Men and women with B.A. in Liberal
Arty. B.B.A. for Training Program. Po-
sitions available in Operations, Res-
taurants, Merchandising, Control, Per-
sonnel and Advertising.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Detroit, Mich. Location of
work - Detroit or other offices in
principal cities. Men with B.A. in Lib-
eral Arts, or B.B.A. for Sales.
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointmentk 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Personnel Requests
Market Research Corporation of
America, Chicago, Ill, has an opening
for a Field Supervisor. The work would
require residence in Chicago but be
free to travel approximately one half
of the time. During your travels
you would be hiring, training and su-
pervising members of the field staff,
who conduct interviews with consu-
mers and visit retail outlets for the
purpose of taking store audits. Qualifi-

cations are: Minimum of Bachelor's
Degree, Age 22-32 years, willingness to
locate in Chicago and desire to travel.
Would you please come in and look
over their booklet to see if you might
be interested and if enough girls are
truly interested they will come to the
campus to interview.
Dick Wetzel Advertising, Inc., Lewis-
town, Pa. has need for an artist. Quali-
fications are Creative Ability, Talent
for Precise Mechanical Work, Technical
Understanding of Various Production
Methods - Principally Letterpress and
Offset printing. The person they would

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employ would be the equivalent of a
one-man art department to start. He
would enjoy close liaison with their
clients, providing the new artist with
an opportunity to develop his work and/
see it through to the finished product.
Thus his growing sample kit will be
made up of items he has produced
himself in their entirety. If you are
interested in the position please cane
into the office or call on the phone to
give us your name. If enough students
are interested they will come to the
campus for interviews.
Summer Placement Notices:

Fri., March 21
Representatives from the following
will be at the Summer Placement Meet-
ing, Friday morning from 8:30 to 12
noon in Room D528 in the S.A.B. to
interview students for counseling po-
sitions:
Camp Wabi-Kon, Toronto, Can. Mr.
Nathan Markus will be the interviewer.
Iron County Youth Camp, Crystal
Falls, Mich. Mr. K. W. Schulze will be
interviewing for water front positions,
an arts and crafts position and a nature
study position.

ntinued from Page 4)
I maximum closing hour for
>n May 17 to 1 a.m. with an-
that Women's Judiciary will
permission for women stu-"
that night.
I motion to establish, in con-
with the Faculty Senate a
Reading and Discussion
to set up a program of sug-
Is to be read by faculty and
After, their reading, the
11 be discussed in a planned
f formal and informal dis-
riods. Composition, two stu-
ee faculty, one of whom shall
pan.
that a communication be
oint Judiciary Council in-
hat Council that SGC feels
SKeassel fulfills eligibility re-
s for candidacy for SGC.
id to meet at 3:30 p.m. March
Concerts
ion: The student recital of-
Jewell, organist, originally
for Fri., March 21, at 8:30

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day let us investigate a phenomenon of American college life
ighingly called the student council.
What actually goes on at student council meetings? To an-
er this burning question, let us reproduce here the minutes
a' typical meeting of a typical student council.
Meeting scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at Students Union. Called
order at 10:63 p.m. by Hunrath Sigafoos, presiding. Motion
adjourn made by Louis Bicuspid, freshman representative.
otion ruled out of order by Hunrath Sigafoos, presiding. Hun-
th Sigafoos called "old poop" by Louis Bicuspid, freshman
presentative. Seconded by Delores Wheatgerm, sophomor
presentative. Tabled by Hunrath Sigafoos, presiding.
Mnutes of last meeting read by Zelda Pope-Toledo, secret.
ry. Motion to accept minutes made by Hunrath Sigafoos,
esiding. Motion defeated.w
Treasurer's report not read because Rex Mercredi, treasurer,
t present at meeting. Rex Mercredi, treasurer, impeached
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Motion made by Louis Bicuspid, freshman representative, to.
allow sale of hard liquor in school cafeteria. Seconded by De-
lores Wheatgerm, sophomore representative. Motion tabled by
Hunrath Sigafoos, old poop.
Motion made by Booth Fishery, fraternity representative, to,
permit parking in library. Motion referred to committee.
Motion made by Dun Rovin, athletics representative, to con-
duct French conversation classes in English. Motion referred
to committee.
Motion made by Esmhe Plankton, sorority representative, to'
allow hypnosis during Rush Week. Motion referred to com.
mittee.
Motion made by Pierre Clemenceau, foreign exchange stu-
dent, to conduct Spanish conversation classes in French. Motion
referredto committee.
Observation made by Martha Involute, senior representative,
that in her four years on student council every motion referred
to committee was never heard of again. Miss Involute was
tabled.
Motion made by Louis Bicuspid, freshman representative, to
allow sale of hard liquor in Sociology I and II. Seconded by
Delores Wheatgerm, sophomore representative. Motion tabled
by Hunrath Sigafoos, presiding, crossly.
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