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of Mathematics to Social
n 3217, Angell Hall, Thurs.,
.Oct. 31. Bernard Galler,
of Mathematics, "Elements
p in Relativistic Quantum
Thurs., Oct. 31 in Room
Hall beginning at 5:00 p.m.'
)n Chapter 2 of the J. and
diation Field).
Colloquium. "A Further
of Satiation Theory." Dr.
y, Michigan State Univer-
gy Department. 4:15 p.m.,
Aud. B, Angell Hall.
eminar. There will be no
Nov. 4. Prof. N. D. Kazar-
)eak on Elementary Prob-
netry on Nov. 11, in 3017
at 4:10 p.m.
mental Seminar on Ap-
ology: ngineering. Mon.,
n., Room 307, West Engi-
R. E. Munn will speak
ng of Exposed Surfaces by
Pollution" - Chairman:
nent Notices;
can School of Guatemala'
:ancies in the elementary
ry departments for Jan.,
he new school year begins.
t be here- to interview at
'he vacancies are as fol-

Shop, Mathematics and Science, Social
Studies and English.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, NO 3-1511,
Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., Pitts-
burgh, Pa. - has an opening in the
Ore Research Lab. in Negaunee, Michi-
gan, for a Mineralogist with a B.S. or
M.S. degree.
The Borden Co., Chicago, Ill., needs
two Auditors to travel in the terri-
tory encompassing the states of Ill..,
Ind., Iowa and Wis.
Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah, Wis.,
is looking for a woman in Chem.,
Chem. E., Physics, Biology or Math. to
work as Product Scientist.
Oakland County, Michigan announces
openings for Social Case Workers. Both
men and women are needed. Should
have B.A. or M.A. in Social Work or re-
lated fields. Experience would help, but
is not essential.
City of Wyandotte, Michigan, needs a
Civil Engr., and an Engrg. Technician.'

ciology, Science or Government for
Administrative Trainee - Technical
Aide, Social Economist or Government
Aetna Casualty & Surety Company,
Detroit, Michigan. Graduates -- Febru-
ary, June. Location of work - Detroit
and Michigan. The Aetna Casualty &
Surety Company is one of the largest
in the insurance field. The company is
particularly noted for its excellent
training programs and for the career
opportunities which it affords. Men
with B.A. in any field for Field Repre-
sentative Trainee. On-the-job training
in a branch office he desires and then
to the Home Office in Hartford for
training before location.
The Trane Company, LaCrosse, Wis-
consin. Graduates - February, June.
Location of Work: LaCrosse, Wis.;
Scranton, Pa.; Toronto, Ontario, Can-
ada. Manufacturer of heating, ventila-
ting, air conditioning, refrigeration
and heat transfer equipment. 2600 em-
ployees. Men with background in Phy-
sics or Mathematics, thru trigonome-
try,, for Sales.

Literature is usually available on the
listed programs.
The following companies will be in-
terviewing here during the week of
November 12.
Tues., Nov. 13
Sunbeam Corporation, Chicago, Il-
linois; Massachusetts Mutual Life In-
surance Company, Detroit, Michigan;
Allis-Chalmers Corporation, Detroit,
Wed., Nov. 13:
Zurich-American Companies, Chica-
go, Illinois.
Thurs., Nov. 14:
Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany, Detroit, Michigan; Michigan
YMCA, Lansing, Michigan; Bureau of
the Budget, Washington, D.C.
Fri., Nov. 15:
Union Carbide & Carbon Company,
New York City, New York.
Girls: Those who attended last year's
Career Conference are now happily en-
gaged in business. Remember Decem-
ber 7th.
Summer Placement:
Mrs. Aimee Isaac of tle Fernwood
Camp for Girls, Lake Thompson,
Maine, will be at the Bureau of Mon.,
Nov. 4, to, interview men and women
to teach canoeing, women to teach
dancing, and land sports, and for other
vacancies for the summer camping sea-
son. She will also 'see people in De-
troit, from Nov. 3-6 at the Lee Plaza

MSU Group
Hears Talk
On Roads.
"Michigan's new highway con-
struction program is the most am-
bitious state project of its kind,"
explained Highway Commission-
er J. C. Mackie yesterday.
Mackie also revealed that the
program calls for as much as 120
miles of roadway, in addition to
the 93 miles already planned for
completion in 1958 .
The Commissioner outlined his'
plans in a speech before the Mich-
igan State University Men's Club.
In addition, he also praised the
$1,429,000 southern approach to
the new Mackinac Bridge as be-
ing one of the first federal proj -
ects completed under the 1956
Federal Highway Bill.
Previously,' Mackie had revealed,
in general where highways would
be constructed in Michigan during
the next five years, but his speech
before the Men's Club was the
first intimation of exactly how
much construction would be done
during 1958. A more explicit an-
nouncement will be made during

shocked and moved by
Don Catalina Jo Voige

Beverly Ogg
Jerry Winski

You enjoyed "Teahouse" last month!
STARTING TONIGHT you will be entranced,

Tom Edwards
Russ Aiuto

Tom Leith
Clan Crawford Jr.

J. Henry Ownes

in the

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For further informatior
Bureau of Appointments
Bldg., ext. 3371..j
Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from
will be at the Bureau
Thurs., Oct. 31
A representative from
Dept. of External Affair
campus to talk to Britist
terested in scareers int
Foreign Service.
Thurs., Nov. 7.
Detroit Civil Service, X
igan. Graduates -- Fe
August, Location of W
Founded 1701. Employees
and women with B.A. or

n contact the Fri:, Nov. 8
, 3528 Admin. Swift & Company, Chicago, Illinois.
Graduates February only. Location of
work :Genkral Office, Chicago, Illinois.
Most producing units in Midwest. 70,000
the following employees. Products or services - ice
of Appoint cream, oils and shortenings, soaps &
detergents, meats & meat products,
dairy and poultry products, plant
the Canadian foods, 4nsecticides, animal feeds, adhe-7
s will be on sives and technical by-product:. Men
h subjects in- with B.A. in liberal arts for Ice Cream,
the Canadian Sales, Standards (Wage Incentives),
Beef and Pork Administrative Trainees,
Meat Sales, Industrial. Sales - Wool,
Detroit, Mich- Purchasing. On-the-job training pro-
bruary, June, grams.
fork: Detroit. ,For further information contact the
s, 25,000. Men Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
r M.A. in So- istration Bldg., -or call extension 3371.


OPEN 10 to 8:15
Call NO 8-6300'
Tickets: Thurs., Fri., $1.50
Sat. $1.65
All Seats Reseved

Curtai time 8:00 P.M.



garten, Early Ele-
it Principal, Art,
conomics, General


Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: NUMBER THREE IN A SER.ES

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The Starof the
Football Team
So, you don't think she looks like a foot-
ball player? She's not, but dressed in her
new, dress, the whole team does flips
when she makes her grand entrance!



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At idft isj ust one of many festive dresses.
Priced from 17.95 to,39.95.
Szes 7-15, 10-20 ... Regular, Tall, Petite
The adorable bit of veil and velvet
ribbon called the "Birdcage" is $5.95.
The pretty jewelled collar and bracelets
are priced from 1.00 to 5.00




Month-End Sale
of Dresses of all Kinds
including Dance, and
Bridesmaids Dresses
- 3 Groups------
51 $498 $25


Oan Forest
'round the corner
off South U.
Opposite Compus Theater

Time for the appearance of witches,
goblins, ghosts, spooks, and all that
Hallowe'en jazz. Greene's figures they
only come out once a year because
they're such slobby dressers. Now, if they
were like the smart university kids we
know . . . those that rely on Greene's care

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even those delinquent spooks could walk the
streets without causing comment any day
in the year. By the way . .. did you know
Greene's has special facilities to keep'ypur raincoats
waterproof, to renew the fit of loather gloves,
to clean bulky winter coats, to clean and block hats?
Seems as if Greene's tailors its services just for
busy students, doesn't it? We'll enjoy serving you. Now jot this

down . . . special this week: peaked hats,

capes, magic





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