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TE MfCHGA1N DAILY

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ny only a small group are very
1 educated.
'This is aifficulty for a de-
cracy, for it implies larger in-

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OLE SORENSEN
.student from Berlin
once over uneducated masses,"
ensen added.
iscussing his future career in
mistry, Sorensen told of his
ns for entering industry. "In
.manyr where there are only a
universities, there is nut such
ed for teachers," he noted.
L BULLETIN
. Amiro Tamara Merlano: Radiolo-
,Hospital Barranquilla, Hospital In-
i, Clinica Bautista, Instituto de Ra-
ogia, Barranquilla, Colombia, Co1-
da, Nov. 25-29.
!acement Notices
he following school will be at the
eau of Appointments on Mon., Dec.
o nterview for Feb., 1958.
ttle Creek, Michigan (Springfield
ools) -. Elementary, Kindergarten
ugh 6th grade. (Will also talk to
ndary candidates interested in this

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ENJOY A DELICIOUS
TURKEY DINNER

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Good food. .. expertly served, i pleasant
surroundings, to the most exacting taste.
Luncheons, 11:30 to2:OO Dinners, 5:00 to7:0O
Sunday: Dinners, 12:00 to 3:00 Closed Mondays
We suggest that. you telephone
s+. for reservations.
A1 Vde Corner Jiouse
-., .. S. Thayet at Washington in Annh Arbor
--- A block west of RtackhaM Bdg.--NO 8-6056

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CHUCK WAGC
LUNCH and DINNERS Fine Salads &' Sandv
FAMOUS FOR ROAST BEEF
Serving your favorite Beer, Wines and Champagne-
Pizza Pie Served After 8:00 P.M1
Open From 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.

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For any additional information' and
~appointments, contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Administration
Building, NO. 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
St. Regis Paper, Co., New York, N. Y.
needs a Project Engr. with degree in
Mech. E. with experience. Position
would be in Florida.
Farrand Publications, Inc., Detroit,j
fMich., has an opening for a woman
copywriter with a degree in Journalism.
Would help, if she has had experience,
on the school paper.'
A local institution needs a librarian
for full-time work. Need is for a woman
with a degree in Library Science, but
not necessarily with experience.
Dare Agency, Detroit, Mich., is look-'
ing' for a Secretary able to take short-l
hand dictation. This is an insurance
firm.
Dr. Albert R. Parker; Wayne, Mich., 1
is interested inx hiring an assistant to
do reception work. Should be a woman
who can type and do secretarial work.
The Buffalo General Hospital, Buf-
falo, N. Y. has openings for Dietitians.
ADA members or those eligible but
lacking in hospital experience would be
acceptable.
For further informatioi} contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Notice to Jr. and Sr. Men in Men's
Houses, Fraternities And Dormes:
Men's house presidents, who have re-
ceived the notice regarding the distri-
bution of the, booklet Foreign Opera-
tions. to junior and senior men, are re-
minded to come to the Bureau of Ap-
pointments to pick up their copies as
soon as possible.

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Our chefs,.are ready to prepare
cIf ~ the most delicious food for your
0'j enjoyment.''
You will be served the finest in
Cantonese aid
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Take-out Orders anytime°'
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aClosed Monday 118 VEST DIBERTY NO 2-5624
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COCKTAILS and DINNERS,
j' CATERING TO UNIVERSITY PEOPLE
SINCE 1920
Three.Miles East of Ypsi on Michigan Ave.
ttClosed Sunday

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Serving Ann Arbor's Finest Selection
of Imported & Domestic Beers - Wines and Champagi
SUAR BOwL
.109 S. Main Street

THOMPSON'S RESTA

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How to get home
for Vacation?
iOLUTION:
Fly United Air Lines
low-cost Air Coach!

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OLD GERMAN RESTAURANT
ANN ARBOR-'FINEST,~
FINEST IN MUlSIC AND, FINEST IN FOOD
TAKE1OUT':DINNERS
Select from ouT entire Menu
OPEN FROM 11 A.M. to 12 P.M.
With 'meals° served until 8 P.M.- Closed Thursday
PHONE NO 2-0737

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TURKEY DINNER

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FAMOUS FROM COAST TO COAST
Newest, Most Modern CoektaiULlounge
In Washtenaw and Wayne County
SEVENSES
RESTAU RANT4
1435 E. Michigan --Ypsilanti- Phone HU 3-28404

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"best tasting turkey in town."
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