THE MICHIGAN DAILY r
LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Bureau of Appointments
To Hold Meetings Today
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a pre-Broadway pres-
historical drama "The
ng Raymornd Massey,
d and Brian Donlevy,
actor Emlyn Williams
ment from the works
as, Nov. 22; Senatore
ey and Thruston Mor-
on of our foreign pol-
sctor of the U. S. Infor-
Arthur Larson, Feb. 24,
2i Douglas in an un-
Lew with three Wash-
dents, March 3. Season
able through Thursday
issions to all programs
ecnesday 10 a.m. Stu-
ed a special rate for
urse of $3.50, second
'red. The Auditorium
1n daily except Sunday.
Mr. Mohammad Ibrahim, Secy., Bind-
hi Adabi Board, Karachi, Pakistan, Pak-
istan, Oct. 9-11.
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies with the Bureau of
Appointments for the 1957-58 school
year. They will not be here to inter-
view at this time.
Belleville, Michigan-Visiting Teach
East Jackson, Michigan - Early Ele-
mentary (also for second semester).
East Moline, Illinois - Vocal music
Grand Rapids 8, Michigan -- Vocal
Jackson, Michigan - Elec./Radio;
MSB Woodwordking/ Mech. Drawing.
North Tonawanda, New York - 9th
grade General Science.
Plainfield, New Jersey - Elementary
(1st, 2nd, 6th); JHS Math/Geography
or Social Studies; H1S English.
Vandalia, Illinois -- Band Director.,.
Van Dyke, Michigan -- Commercial;
Early and Later elementary.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, .3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
Mead, Johnson and Company, Evans-
ville, Indiana. Interviewer - Mr. John
Barnard, Professional E m p 1 o y m e n t
Manager; Mr. Edward .T. Harding, Em-
ployment Director. This is a well es-
tablished 50 year old company manu-
facturing pharmaceutical and nutri-
tional products with annual sales of 80
million. Characterized by rapid domes-
tic growth and opening of additional
foreign manufacturing subsidiaries.
Graduates - February, June and Aug-
ust. Men with B.S. in Biology car Pre-
Medical for Sales (Medical Detailing).'
Professional contacts with physicians.
Koehring company, Milwaukee, Wis-
consin. Interviewer-Mr. Foster Shoup,
Director of 'Training. Manufacturer, of
Construetion Equipment. Graduates --
February or June. Men with degrees in
Liberal Arts for Training Program in
field of Construction or Manufactur-
ing o$ Construction Equipment. This is
an integrated program of approximate-
ly 8 months and serves to familiarize
graduates with many departmental ac-
tivities. At the end of this program,
they are then assigned to anoperating
For further information co tact the
Bureau of Appointment, 3528 Adminis-
tration Building,. Ext. 3371. Appoint-
ments should bs made by 4 p.m. of
the day prior to the scheduled inter-
view. Please be prompt for your ap-
Students are reminded about the,
registration meeting for registration,
with either the General or the Teach-
ing Division of the Bureau of Appoint-
ments. It will be held once at 3:00 and
once at 4:00 today, Tues., Oct. 8 in Aud..
A of Angell Hall.
The senior class only one
month old, but can now start
thinking about the middle of June.
The Bureau of Appointments is
holding meetings today for inter-
ested graduates and seniors.
There will be two identical meet-
ihgs, at 3 and 4 p.m. in Auditorium
A ,AngellHall. Students may at-
At these meetings, students
wishing placement help may regis-
ter with the bureau by filling out
forms that closely resemble em-
They must then have recom-
mendations sent to the office, and
.both questionnaire and recom-
mendation will then go on file in
the Bureau. ,.
It is from this master file that
the bureau works. When employers
call for personnel, this file is sifted
for the proper person, and all the
information that they have pro-
vided is relayed to the employer.
The great majority of jobs are
secured at the request of the em-
ployers. The bureau gets calls from
firms throughout' the country as
well as many from all over the
world. All types of positions are
The bureau is in two separate
parts. The original section is the
teaching division; placing students
from the education school. The
general division, started around
1930, handles calls in all Tther
WCBN To Air
WCBN, the campus broadcasting
network, will feature material on
the Russian satellite on a 20 min-
.ute segment of its "Third Pro-
gramme" at 8 p.m. today.
The program will feature sounds
of the earth satellite, and com-,
mentary by a University physics
NEW YORK -A careful study
and a corresponding delay will be
required before the first thorough
revision since 1914 of New York
University curriculum can be im-
plemented into the liberal arts
program, according, to Dean Wil-
liam B. Baer.
Included in the major recom-
mendations are basic revision of
degree prerequisites, expansion of
the honors program,F institution of
term instead of yearly grades, area
majors, four-hour language
courses, a committee to supervise
required studies, and elimination
of point credit from the basic
Also recommended by the spe-
cial curriculum commission are
new courses, freshman schedules
and changes in sequence require-
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eitaJi Frances Greer, so-
e heard at 8:30 p.m. Tues.,
dia Menvelssohn Theater,
'aculty recital of the cur-
c year. She will be ac-
Eugene Bossart, pianist.
by Boyce, Leveridge and
Lsy, Poulenc, Hahn and
oup of English songs, and
nes Populares Argentinas
The general public will
Admission Test: Appli-
for thge Law School Ad-
are now available at 122
Jdinv. Application blanks
9, /1957 administration
lived in Princeton, New
er than Oct. 26, 1957.
usic, Natural Resources,
received marks of I, I or
t the end of their last
ummer session of atten-
reive a grade of "E" in
courses unless this work
In the School of Music
y Oct. 17. In the Schools
arces and Public Health
y Oct. 19. Students wish-
on of time beyond these
r to make up this work
petition, addressed to the
fficial of their School,
13, Administration Build-
will be transmitted.
aminations in Economics
nd 153 will be given in
Economios Building on
17, at 3:15 p.m.
Examinations in English:
the Ph.D. in English who
e the preliminary exam-
fall are requested to
nes with Dr. Ogden, 1634
he examinations will be
iwe: English and Amen1-
, 1550-1660, Tues., Nov.
Sat., Nov. 23; 1790-1870,
and 1870-1950, Sat., Nov.
nations will be given in
oom 267 from 9:00 a.m.
Sixes 7-15, 10-20
Tall, regular and peti
They''e priced from
$17.95 to $39.95
Sutherland Paper Co., Kalamazoo,
Mich. needs chemists with paper in--
dustry experience for research, chemi-
cal engrs. for research, and an experi-
enced machine designer with a mech.
An auto dealer in the Ann Arbor
area is interested in finding a Sales-
man, no experience necessary,
Dryden Rubber Division, Keokuk,
Iowa, has openings .for an Industrial
Engr. with experience in time study,
and basic incentive systems, a Mech. E.
for Project Engrg., and a Chemist for
City of 'Highland, Park, Michigan
needs a City Planner with a degree in
planning plus five years of profession-
al urban planning experience.,
Dow Chem. Co., Freeport, Texas div.,
has openings tr people interested in
polymer research. The Organic Product
Development Dept. has a need for an
M.S. or Ph.D. level Organic or Physical
Chemist, and the Polyethylene Produc-
tion Dept. needs an M.S. or Ph.D.. in
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin:
Bldg., ext. 3371.
In connection with the State Dept.
interviews to be held today, students
are also invited to attend a mass meet-
ing at 4:00 in Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Fri. Oct. t. 1957; 3
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"MR. SHOW BUSINESS" in "THE STORY OF BROADWAY"
OPENING NUMBER U OF M LECTURE COURSE.
Off Corner S.
Opposite Campus Theatre
leS., Oct. 8, at
i Darling will
ag Freshman Assembly Wed.,
p.m. and 4 p.m. in the Ar-
Auditorium. Bring the two
the slidie rule.
Seminar 11:00 Wed.,.Oct.
[edical Bldg., Dr. Donald H
2artment of Anatomy will
'The Comparative Histioogy
Science Graduate Round.
Oct. 9, at 8:00 p.m. in the
ssembly Hail. Prof. William
1I speak on "The Strengths
Lesse of the Soviet Bloc."
wing foreign Visitors are to
campus this week on the
tecl. Program arrangements
nad§ by the International
m Tambunan, Director, Sec-
01l, Indonesia, Oct. 7-18.
.Hussain, Prof.' and head,
tistics, Dean of Faculty of
cca Univ., Dacca, Pakistan,,
ammad Zia-udi-Dili, Prof.
irector, Institute of Statis-
ft Univ., Lahore, Pakistan,
sValste, Head Coach, Fin-
c Assoc., Helsinki, Finland,
'owande, Senior Music Asst.,.
!oadcasting Service, Lagos,
aria, Oct. 10.
onpete Course for Only $350
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EMLYN WILLIAMS THRUSTON MORTON
SEN. PAUL DOUGLAS interviewed by three Washington correspondents.
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