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NHL MCHIGAN DAILY?

THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1959

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Seniors Donate Variety of Gifts

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shments: 3:30 In 3231 Angell Hall.
ronomical Colloquium. Fri., April
:15 p.m., The Observatory. Prof.
.B. McLaughlin Will talk on "The
nosities of Novae, and other Nova
lems."
chemistry Graduate Seminar: Jo-
M. Merrick will talk on Aspects of
samine Metabolism, Thur's., April
t 4:00 p.m. in R. 319 W. Med. Bldg..
etoral Examination for Clark Ed-
Chastain, Business Administra-
thesis: "Depreciation in the Steel
istry: A. Study of the Period 1940-
Thurs., April 24. 4th Floor Con-
ce Room, School of Bus. Admin.,
p.m. Chairman, F. P. Smith.
etorai Examination for Cristina
s Pare'l, Mathematics; thesis: "A
ix Derivation of Generalized Least
yes Linear Regression with All
bles Subject to Error, Thurs., Ap-
o, E. Council Rm., Rackham Bldg.,
:30 p.m. Chairman, P. S. Dwyer.
acement Notices
ginning with Mon., April 28, the
wing schools will have representa-
at the Bureau of Appointments
nterview for the 1958-1959 school
April 28
line, Mlch.-Elementary; Guidance
esting.
a Dyke, Mich.-Elementary.
April 29
arlotte, Mich.-- JHS Math; Eng;
Shop; HS Eng; Chem/Biol; His-
General Business/Bookkeeping;
s Phys. Edu; Elem; Speech Corr;
. Music.
rmington, Mich.-Driver Ed; HS
Arts. Math; Science; Homemaking;
Foxeign Lang; Eng/Libr; Elem;
dal Edu (Type A); Art Consultant;
entary Phys. Edu; Speech Correc-
; Elem. Libr.
Ivania, Ohio-Special Edu; Elemen-
Organization
Notices
of M. Flying Club, organizational
ing, April 24, 7:30 p.m., 3003 8AB.
* * *

tary; HS & Elem. Vocal Mus; Art
Supervisor.
Wayne, Mich.-Elementary; Speech
Corr; HS Math Science; English.
Willoughby, Ohio-Elementary; JHS
Ind. Arts; Math; HS Math; Girls Phys.
Edu.
Wed., April 30
Battle Creek, Mich. (Lakeview)-Ele-
mentary; JHS SS/Eng; Math; Science;
SS/Foreign Lang.; HS Chem/Math;
Biol/SS/Math; Eng; Comm (Shorthand/
Office Prac) .
Hudson, Mich.-Math; Commercial;
English; SS; Science (Biol/Chem/Phy-
sics).
New Baltimore, Mich. (Anchor Bay
Schools) - Elementary; Comm; Ind.
Arts; Math/Science; English; SS; Home
Ec; Vocal Mus; Coaching plus other
field.
Wayne County, Mich.-Special Edu-
cation (all phases).
Thurs., May 1
Coldwater, Mich.-Girls Physical Edu-
cation; English (8th); Librarian (9-12).
Fowlerville, Mich.-8th gr. English;
Eng. Lit.; Eng/Hist; Elementary.
Kingston, Mich.Physical Sc/Math;
Speech/Eng; Ind. Arts/P.E.
Lake Odessa, Mich. - Chem/Physics;
History.
.Vermontville, Mich. - Elementary;
Commercial; Homemaking; Science;
English; Social Studies; Basketball/
Track Coach.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NOr-
mandy 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Interviews:
A representative from the following
company will be interviewing at the
Bureau of Appointments:
Wed. ,April 30
International Petroleum Company,
Ltd., Coral Gables, Fla. Location of
work - Peru and Columbia, South
America. 1) Men with B.S., M.S. or PhD
in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engi-
neering, Electrical Engineering, Indus-
trial Engineering or Mechanical Engi-
neering. Must be male Colombian citi-
zens for Development, Design, Produc-
tion, Construction and Sales. 2) Men
with B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Employee
Relations and Accounting. Must be
male Colombian citizens.
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Bldg., ext. 3371.
A representative from the following
company will be interviewing at the
College of Engineering:
Wed., April 30
International Petroleum Company,
Ltd., Coral Gables, Fla. - All degree

levels in Ch.E., E.E., C.E., I.E., and M.E
for Development, Design, Production,
Construction, and Sale. Must be Co-
lumbian citizens and men only.
For appointments, contact the Engi-
neering Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg.
ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:
Ayerst Laboratories, Inc. Division of
American Home Products, N. Y. City
is looking for people in Chemistry,
Pharmacy, Pre-Med,. Pre-Dent or the
Biological Sciences for Pharmaceutical
Detailing, calling on physicians, hos-
pitals and retail druggists. No experi-
ence is necessary and car and expenses
provided.
Armour Research Foundation of 11-
Ainois Institute of Technology, Chicago,
Ill. has current vacancies for Elec.
Engrs. Metallurgy,Mathematics, Physi-
cists, Chemists, and- anyone with a
combined Engineering and M.B.A. de-
gree.
University of Denver, Denver Re-
search Institute, Denver, Coo., has
need of two mechanical Engrs., for Heat
transfer and fluid flow research and
Theoretical mechanics. Must have Ph.D.
with 3 to 10 years experience or an M.S.
with suitable analytical experience.
Minneapolis - Honeywell Regulator
Company, Boston Division, Boston,
Mass. has the following engineering po-
sitions vacant: Application Engineer -
Inertial Components, Senior Electronic
Epgineer, Senior Mechanical Engineer,
Project Engineer, Research and Devel-
opment.
Marquardt Aircraft Co., Van Nuys,
Calif. has two vacancies open. One for
an Engineer with graduate study in
application and theory of magnetic am-
plifiers. The other, for an Engineer or
Physicist with graduate study in in-
strumentation.
Atlantic Research Corporation, Alex-
andria, Va., has personnel requirements1

for an engineer in Rocket Engineering,
a Solid State Physicist, a Chemical En-
gineer, an Electrical Engineer and a
Technical Writer.
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc.,
Buffalo, N.Y. has listed its current
professional needs with the Bureau. All
needs are technical and require gradu-
ate work in the sciences or engineering
and experience. If you are interested,
the list of qualifications is on file in
3528 Admin. Bldg. '
For further information on any of
the above openings, contact the Bureau
of. Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Notices
Personnel Interviews
Johnsons Rustic Resort, Prudenville,
Mich. on Houghton Lake. Miss Caryl
Currier will be in Detroit $t the Sher-
atonCadillac for interviews withstu-
dents interested in summer resort em-
ployment on Sat., April 26 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. There are openings for both
boys and girls on their staff.
Personnel Requests:
Michigan Beach Hotel/Resort, South
Haven, Mich. is hiring waiters and
waitresses for thesummer. Anoffice
girl and life guard are also needed.
Good salaries plus all resort privileges.
Camp Oak Hills is interested ig find-
ing an experienced camper, 25 yrs. old,
who could serve as camp director. Good
salary.
Singer Sewing Machine Company, De-
troit, Mich. can use a number of stu-
dents for summer sales work in vari-
ous sewing centers located through-
out Michigan. They are also interested
in employing Junior and Senior men
for creative sales work.
Applications and more information
are availablq in the S.A.B. Room D528
on Tues., and Thurs. afternoons from
1 to 5 and on Fri. mornings from 8:30
to 12.

Although the primary function
of the class gifts is to remind
posterity of the donors, most Uni-
versity students today pass' the
monuments scattered around cam-
pus without recognizing them.
A good example of a neglected
gift is the rock which sits behind
Angell Hall, donated by the Class
of 1867. This rock originally lay
on a granite base, but somehow,
sometime, it slipped off, and now
lies on the ground. No one has ever
cared enough to have it replaced
in its original position on the base.
In front of Angell Hall is an-
other rock, much smaller, which
stands next to an elm tree; both
Story by
Selma Sawaya
Photos by
Fred Merrill

are the gift of the Class of 1869.
The only time a student notices it
is when he happens to trip over it.
Utilitarianism is the key to the
gifts of the Engineering College
graduates, however. Many a stu-
dent has been grateful for a
mopment of rest afforded by the
five benches next to West Engi-
neering. These benches were do-
nated by the Classes of 1907, 1909,
1911, 1913 and 1920, and face the
Diag, so bookweary engineering
students may sit and watch the
"rest of the world go by.",
The Tappan Oak, pi'ctured be-
low, is also utilitarian, but in a
manner never dreamed of by the
original 48 members of the Class
of 1858. Michigamua, honorary
society for senior men, uses the
oak as its "happy hunting
grounds" during initiation.
One reason for the "anonymity"
of past gifts may be that the Uni-
versity has no record of any gifts
donated, outside of those which
actually bear plaques indicating
the donors

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NEW TREND - This sculpture, designed by an architecture
college professor, may set a new trend in class gifts. Where
previous classes heavily favored rocks and trees as enduring
mementoes, the Class of 1958 has decided to donate a work of art.

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Democrats, Executive Board
April 24, 4:00 p.m., 3532 SAB.

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Like to get in on the ground floor and stay there?

u Sorry, we can't help you. But we do have lots of
room for first-rate seniors who want to get places
fast in the communications industry. Seniors with
a flair for science, engineering, business, account-
ing, management and personner work.

It wass .
when that great ship went down and the
last thing to leave the sinking ship was
a bottle of Coca-Cola. That's because all
hands stuck to Coke to the end. Now there's
popularity! That's the kind of loyalty
the sparkling lift, the good taste of Coke
engenders. Man the lifeboats, have a Coke!
SIGN OF GOOD-TASTE
Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by

METAMORPHOSIS-From the boarded-up cement cocoon In
front of the Union Snack Bar, the class gift of the 1956 graduates
emerges, spouting a multi-colored spray during the spring months.

WAR MONUMENT--Behind the General Library, tucked into an
inconspicuous corner, is the gift of the Class of 1899. The cannon's
inscription dedicates it to the men of Michigan who fought (and
died) in the war with Spain.

You can find out how you fit into this business
in just one interview. See your Placement Coun-
selor now and arrange a visit with our representa-
tives. They'll be on campus soon to talk with you.
Michigan Bell Telephone Company.

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ANN ARBOR COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
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TAPPAN OAK-Members of the
Class of 1858, 48 in all, planted
the "Michigamua" pak in the
background and 48 others in a
circle around it, Most of the
original trees can still be found
around the General Library.

SAB TERRACE-Students who will take the opportunities, during the warm months ahead, to stop
and sit and chat in the "back yard" of the Student Activities Building, will be enjoying the gift of
the Class of 1957. The gift fund was used to landscape the terrace.

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