- Regents Approve Sabbatical Leaves
WorryAbout Social Life For University Faculty Members Unusual
course offerings of representative
departments of speech in the U.S.
Thirteen sabbatical leaves for
the University year 1958-59 were
granted. Prof. R. K. Beardsley of
the anthropology department will
do ethnological field work in ag-
ricultural villages near Valencia,
Spain, and Prof. W. D. Schorger
of the anthropology department
will conduct research on capital
ownership and manipulation, land
ownership, family organization,
and political behavior in Cairo,
Egypt. Prof. roger A. Pack of the
classical studies department will
work on a revised edition of a
Prof. James M. Plumer of the
fine arts department -will ,prepare
a monograph in the field of Chi-
nese ceramics. Prof. George E.
Uhlenbeck, of the physics depart-
ment, will spend the year at the
Institute for Advanced Study,
Supreme Court Manuscript
Prof. Daniel S. McHargue of the
political science department will
complete the research and writing
of a manuscript dealing with ap-
D.C. has opening for 3 program spe-
cialists (Social Work, Cooperatives and
Art.) Expiration date for applications
is March 30.
A. S. Thomas, Inc., Boston, Mass, a
consulting engineering firm has an
opening for a Physicist, Mathemati-
clan and Research-minded Engineer.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admi*.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Notices
Representatives from the following
will be at the Summer Placement Of-
fice, Room D528, S.A.B.
Tues., March 25
Camp Birkett, Ann Arbor, YMCA
Boys' Camp. Mr. Frank Kline will be
here at 3:30 to interview men for count
selors of riflery, handicraft, Nature
Lore and Tripping.
Portage Trail Council, Ann Arbor, Boy
Scouts. Mr. James Stephenson will be
here at 3:00 to interview men for
Waterfront Director, Rifle Instructor,
Provisional Scoutmaster, Nature In-
structor, and Handicraft -Instructor.
troUI, Micigan. Men Wh B.A. In Lib- Management and Relations for Uevel- Personnel Requests
eral Arts or B.B.A. for Marketing Train- opment, Design, and Production. Greenfield Village and Henry Ford
ing-Automotive. On-the-job training in Republic Steel Co., Truscon Div., De- Museum, Dearborn are still looking for
the area where applicant is to be em- trot, Mich. -- B.S, in C.E. for Sales guides. Interviews for these positions
played. Training includes classroom- Trainees. Must be a U.S. citizen. will be held from March, 29 to April 12
cline and rotation through var- For appointments, contact the En- in Dearborn. A training period then
pur departmenr on a field marketing gineering Placement Office, 347 W. will begin on April 19 and continue
O ogaization. Engrg., ext. 2182. for several Saturdays.
orappintmns, ctThe Smithsonian Institution, Wash-
For appointments, conta t the Bu.i ngton, D.C. Is hiring museum aides
reau of Appointments, 3528 Adminx3PersonnelRequests.who will gain valuable experience in
Bldg., ext, 3371. City of Madison, Madison, Wis. has anthropology and related fields.
a vacancy for an assistant traffic en- For further information, contact Mr.
Exhibits: gineer who is a registered engineer and Ward D. Peterson in the Summer Place-
Socony-Mobil Oil Company will have has had experience in the field of city ment Bureau, Room D528, S.A.B. on
a display in the basement of the Union traffic engineering. Tues., and Thurs. afternoons and Fri.
near the cafeteria entrance. Pan American Union, Washington, mornings.
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