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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1957

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Investigation
Determines
Suicide Case
Police investigation into the
death of Alexander Kobilansky
points to suicide, Sgt. Claude B.

Wayne Asks
More Funds
Wayne State University will re-
quest $285,650 from the state legis-
lature to expand its medical school.
The funds, for which the board

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loquium, the meetings scheduled for
Fri., Oct. 18 and Fri., Oct. 25 have been
cancelled. In their place one meeting
has been scheduled for 4:00 p.m. on
Tues., Oct. 22 in 3010 Angell Hall. At
this meeting Calvin Elgot will di-
cuss Birkhoff's theorem. The regular
('Friday schedule will be resumed with
a meeting on Fri., Nov. 1 at 4:00 p.m.
in 3010 Angell Hall.
Sociology Department Colloquium:
Scott Greer, Northwestern University,
will speak on "The St. Louis Metro-
politan Survey, A Case Study in Ap-
plied and Basic Research." Fri., Oct. 18,
7:30 p.m. East Conference Room, Rack-
' 1am Building.
Psychology Colloquium: "Sensor-
Tonic Theory and the Developmental
Approach to Psychopathology." Dr. Bey-
mour Wapner, Clark University Psy-
chology Department. 4:15 p.m. Fri.,
Oct. 18, Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Analysis Seminar. Dr. David Green-
stein will speak on "The Determina-
tion of the Analyticity of a Function
from its Behavior on the Real Line,"
A problem solving period will be in-
stituted at the beginning of the meet-
ing, which will be held in 3017 A. X.,
Mon., Oct. 21, at 4:10 p.m.
Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap-
plied Meteorology: Engineering. Mon.,
Oct. 21, 4 p.m. Room 307, West Engi-
neering yBldg. Walter S. Nordquist, Jr.
will speak on "Weathering of Exposed
Surfaces by Wind" - Chairman: Prof.
Leo L. Carrick.
Mathematical Statistics Seminar:
Mon., Oct. 21 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in
Room 3209, Angell Hall. Prof. C. C.
Craig will complete his talk on "Record
Values" and Mr. R. L. Esenman will
speak on "Divergent Time Homo-
geneous Birth and Death Processes."
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed
teaching positions with the Bureau of
Appointments for February, 1958. They
will not be here to interview at this
time.
Adrian, Michigan - Speech Correc-
tionist.
Euclid 23, Ohio -- Elementary; Slow
Learning.
Hammond, Indiana - Special Edu-
cation (Orthopedically handicapped.)
Mayville, New York - Speech thera-
pist.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, NO 3-1511,
Ext. 489.
Representativesfrom the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Mon., Oct. 21
Devoe and Raynolds Co., Inc., Louis-
ville, Ky, - B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E., for
Summer and Regular Research, Devel-
opment, Design, and Production.
Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland,
Ohio - all levels in Aero., Elect.,
Metal., Mech., and Nuclear, and Ph.D.
in Ch.E., for Summer and Regular Re-
search, Development, Design, Produc-
tion and Sales.
U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab.,
New London, Conn. - all levels in
Elect. and Mech. for Summer and Reg-
ular Research, Development, and De-
sign.
Kuhlman Electric Co., Bay City,
Mich.-all levels in Che.E., Elect., Ind.,
Instru., Math., Mech., Metal., E. Mech.,
Physics, and Sl. for Research, Devel.,
and Design.
General Electric Co., Pittsfield, Mass.
-,Ph.D. in Aero., Ch.E., Civil, Elect.,
Ind., Mech., E. Mech., Metal., Nav. &
Mar. and Nuclear for Research, Devel.,
Design, and Production.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W.E., ext. 2182.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Fri., Oct. 18
The Adjutant General, Department
of the Army, Special Services Depart-
ment, Washington 25, D.C. Graduates
February,sJune, August. Personal
Qualifications: 1) United States citi-
zenship 2) Excellent mental and physi-
cal health. 3) Pleasant personality, ini-
tiative, tact, salesmanship: demon-
strated ability to supervise instruct,
inspire and work successfully with
people of varied backgrounds. 4) Re-

strictions as to maximum age, sex and
marital status may be imposed by the
military commanders and are based on
situations peculiar to their geograph-
ical area and the duties and responsi-
bilities of the position concerned. All
female employees must be single. 5)
Minimum age: Librarian - 21; Recre-
ation leaders and Crafts Directors -
23; Sports and Entertainment Directors
-24. Recreation and entertainment for
troops in the U.S. or foreign. Women
with degrees in Arts and Crafts, Dra-
ma, Speech, Music, Physical Educa-
tion, and Library Science for Librari-
ans, Service Clubs, Arts and Crafts,
Sports, Entertainment. Men with Phy-
sical Education degrees for Sports, Arts
& Crafts and Entertainment.
Mon., Oct. 21, 1957
Boy Scouts of America, Chicago, Il-
linois. Graduates - February, June,
August. Men with degrees in Public
Speaking, Accounting, Business Ad-
ministration, Journalism, Psychology,
Sociology, Teaching, Human Relations,
Statistics, Economics, for Field Scout
Executive. Field Scout Executive in the
Boy Scouts of America are employed by
the local Boy Scout Councils where un-
der the direction of the scout execu-
tive, they serve one or more districts
which are subdivisions of the council.
They have two jobs; one is organiza-
tion of new scout units, and second is
seeing that the established units suc-
ceed in delivering a rich scouting pro-
gram to boys.
The Proctor & Gamble Company,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Graduates - Febru-
ary graduates only. Proctor & Gamble
is over 100 years old and enjoys a large
share of the soap and synthetic de-
tergent business, it is still a rapidly
expanding company. In 1915 total sales
were $70,000,000. In 1954 total sales were
over $900,000,000. Today it has over
17,000 employees in the U.S. with some
35 factories and mills and 39 district
sales offices. In addition, the company
manufacturesand sells soap and edible
products in several foreign countries,
employing in foreign areas more than
7,000 people. Men with any degree for
Office Management, Market Research
(single men, Advertising, General.
(Other interviewers will be here for
overseas programs, sales programs, ad-
vertising programs).
U. S. Marine Corps, Officer Procure-
ment Office, Detroit, Michigan. Gradu-
ates, February, June, August. Men &
women with any degree except pre-
medicine, preveterinarian, pharnacy,
music, art, or theology for Officer Pro-
grams. These interviews will be held
in the corridor of Mason Hall. The U.S.
Marine Corps has two programs for
college students. Undergraduates may
apply for the platoon leaders class lead-
ing to a 2nd Lt. commission upon grad-
uation, seniors and graduates may ap-
ply for the officers candidate course.
Tues., Oct. 22, 1957
Boy Scouts of America - See above.
U. S. Marine Corps - See above.
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago,
Chicago, Illinois. Graduates - Febru-
ary, June, August. Banking approxi-
mately 2,400,x employees. The services
include clearing, checks, supplying cur-
rency and coin, lending to banks, and
holding their reserves. In addition, the
reserve bank acts as fiscal agent for
the United States government, issu-
ing and receiving government securi-I
ties, disbursing treasury funds and
performing related duties. Men and
women with B.A. in English or ability
in English composition for Personnel
Assistant, (people with business back-
grounds).
Moore Business Forms, inc., Niagara
Falls, New York. Graduates-February,
June, August. Founded 1882. 8,200 em-
ployees. Manufacturer of all kinds of
business forms. Men with degrees in
Liberal Arts sor Business Administra-
tion for Sales.
Fri., Oct. 25, 1957
U.S. Marine Corps - See above.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Bldg., or call Ext. 3371. Lit-
erature is usually available on the
listed programs.

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said yesterday.
Kobilansky, 60 years old, was
found dead in his room at 310 N.
First St. Sunday afternoon. An
autopsy by Dr. Edwin C. Ganzhorn,
coroner, indicated that Kobilan-
sky had died of potassium cyanide
poisoning.
Kobilansky had been employed
by Prof. Leigh Anderson, chairman
of the chemistry department, as
a laboratory assistant for about a
month, but was released because
he was not learning English well
enough. Previously, he lived in
Germany.

Wednesday night, would be used
to permit 50 more students to en-
roll, enlarging the freshman class
by two-thirds-from 75 to 125.
Wayne State is seeking to in-
crease its medical school student
body from 250 to 450 students
eventually. The money for the en-
tire expansion, of which this year's
request is the first step, will be
sought from the legislature in fu-
ture years.
"The board approved the officers
of Wayne State using all the
means at their disposal in present-
ing to the governor and legislature
the great merit and tremendous
urgency of the request," the sug-
gestion from the board suggested.

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