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Youngsters Enter Rackham
For Children's Book Fair


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An unfamiliar sight may be seen
at the main door of the Rackham
Memorial Hall.
In contrast to the usual flow
of graduate students and profes-
sors, streams of grade school
children are entering the imposing
center of graduate studies.'
They are not bound, however,
for a lecture on the world political
situation or late medieval art, but
to the Children's Book Fair, an
exhibit of about 1500 'children's
books ranging from Mother Goose
to the story of space travel.
Has Several Sponsors
Held in connection with Na-
tional Library Week, and spon-
sored by the education+ school, and
the library science department,
with the, cooperation of the Ann
Arbor public school system, the
exhibit is intended to offer a pro-
gram aimed at all groups of
Miss Sarita Davis, Librarian of
the University Elementary School,
chairman of the project, empha-
sized that all "U" students were
invited to come in, just to look
ardund, in addition to those inter-
ested in elementary education.
Displayed in the mezzanine of
Rackham, the major part of the

show is a varied collection of
children's books including all
areas. Science receives a primary
Science Covered
Included in this section is a
"Traveling High School Science


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...to talk on books

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Library" sponsored by the National
Science Foundation. Space travel
and medicine are the most fully
The biography section also re-
flects current interest. Included
are biographies of Grace Kelly
and Eleanor Roosevelt, and a book
about kangaroos.
In the general section, all of
the well known children's books
including such titles as "Winnie,
the Pooh" and "Mother Goose" are'
shown in addition to new publica-
Topics Vary
Children's books in foreign lan-
guages are also displayed.
Other topics are hobbies, pic-
ture books and a table of books
for adults interested in bibliogra-
phical material on children's
Two booklets, listing many, of
the titles exhibited are available
as a summary of the exhibition.
The whole exhibit is guarded by
a paper mache dragon and an alli-
gator. Also included in this exhibit
of work from local grade schools
are models of ducks and toy
Accompanying the exhibition is
a lecture program, the feature of
which is a lecture by well-known
author Elizabeth Yates in the
Union Ballroom at 8:15 p.m. Fri-
day. It is open to the public.
Mrs. Yates, who has written 15
children's books, including "Amos
Fortune: Free Man," winner of
the 1950 Newberry Medal, an im-
portant honor in the field of chil-
dren's books, will speak on the
tppic: "Pebble in a Pool: The Story
Behind a Book."

SA111 in Monthly Certification for the
Veterans Administration in the Office
of Veterans' Affairs, 142 Ad. Bldg., be-
tween 8:30-11:15 a.m. and 1:15-3:15 p.m.
by Thurs., April 9.
"Religion in Emotional Integration:
A Hindu Perspective," Swami Akilan-
anda, Hindu psychologist and religious
leader. Religious Affairs' Coffee-Dscus-
sion, Fri., April 10. 4:15 p.m., Lane Hall
The following student-sponsored so-
cial events have been approved for the
coming weekend. Social chairmen are
reminded that requests for approval
for social events are due in the Office
of Student Affairs not later than 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday prior to the
April 10: Alpha Omicron P, Alpha
Phi and Kappa Kappa, Gamma, Colle-
giate Sorosis, Henderson House, Phi
Delta Phi, Sigma Chi, Winchell House
and Betsy Barbour.
April 11: Alpha Delta Phi and Sigma
Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Tau Ome-
ga, Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Chinese Students
Club, Delta Theta Phi, Delta Upsilon,
Gomberg Hse., Kappa Sigma, Mary
Markley Hall, Helen Newberry, Phi
Delta Phi, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma
Delta, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Kap-
pa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Nu,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Strauss House,
Theta Chi, Theta Xi, Zeta Psi.
April 12: Couzen Hall, Gomberg Hse.
and Helen Newberry, Mosher Hall.
Recital by Students in Music Educa-
tion: Aut. A, Angell Hall, Fri., April
10, 8:30 p.m.
Student Recital: william Osborne,
April 9, 8:30 p.m., in Hill Aud.
Lecture sponsored by the Dept. of
Classical Studies, "The New Menander,"
Prof. T. B. L. Webster, University of
London, Thurs., April 9, Aud. B, Angell
Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Prof. Norman Malcolm, Sage School
of Philosophy, Cornell University, lec-
ture, "The Ontological Argument,"
Thurs., April 9, 4:15 p.m., Aud. C,
Angell Hall,
Academic Notices
Candidates taking the Admission Test
for Graduate Study in Business on
April 11 are requested to report to Rm.
140 Bus. Ad. Bldg., 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Graduate Students in Linguistics de-
siring to take the preliminary exami-
nations for the doctorate on May 8 and
9 should notify Prof. Marckwardt of
their intentions no later than Mon.,
April 13.
Biological Station: Applications for
admission to the coming summer ses-
sion should be in the Biological Sta-
tion Office, 2129 Nat. Sci. Bldg., before
April 15. Application should be made
on forms which can be secured at the
Biological Station Office. An announce-
ment which describes the courses of-
fered can be obtained at the Office of
the Summer Session or at the Biologi-
cal Station Office. A. H. Stockard, Di-
Engineers: Copies of the "Engineers'
Job Directory" for 1959 available at
Engrg. Placement Office, Rm. 347 W.
Engrg. Bldg. Free to Seniors and Grad-
uate students; others $5.00 per copy.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., April
10, 4:15 p.m., the Observatory. Dr. F. D.
Miller will speak on "The Tektite
Psychology Colloquium: "The Roles
of Reinforcement and Non-Reinforce-
ment in Behavior Theory." Dr. Ken-
neth W. Spence, State University of
Iowra Psychology Dept. 4:15 p.m., Fri.,
April 10, Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Automatic Programming and Numer-
ical Analysis Seminar: Prof. Harvey L.
Garner. "Residue Number Systems,"
Fri., April 10, 4:00 p.m., Rm. 3209 An-
gell Hall.
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Dr. T.
Senior of UMRI Radiation Laboratory,
"Scattering from a Corrugated Sheet,"
Thurs.. April 9, 4:00 p.m., rm. 246 W.
Engrg. Bldg

Analysis, Seminar Rogers Newman,
"The Shur-Fekete Problem in Polyno-
mial Theories," Thurs., April 9, 3:00
p.m., rm, 3201, Angell Hall.
Doctoral Examination for Donald
Warren Crowe, mathematics; thesis:
"Finite Groups Generated by Unitary
Reflections in Two Dimensions," Fri.,
April 10, 3217 Angell Hall, 4:00 p.m. Co-
chairmen, Dr. K.,B. Leisenring and Dr.
H. S. M. Copeter.
Placement Notices
Summer Placement:
An educationa institution in Bay
City, Mich .Girl with a knowledge of
liological science to lecture. on harm-
less reptiles.
IBM, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Gr'ad. stu-
dents in Elec. Engrg., Math and
Music Trail Camp, Lake -Placid, N.Y.
Counselor position for student who
can teach Astronomy and Meteorology.
Camp Millhouse, a camp for Handi-
capped children in South Bend, I md.
Two counselors - handicraft and gen.
outdoor recreation - for girls.
Sunny Acres Day Camp in North-
brook, Ill. Men and women counselors
for supervision and instructions. Over
Thurs., April 9:
Girls for counselors at Camp O'The
Hills, a Girl Scout camp in Jackson
County, Mich.
Fri., April 10:
Girls for camp positions at Midland
County Girl Scout Camp.
Sat., April 11:
Mich. Union interviewing girls for
Pine and Dunes Girl Scout Camp after
4 p.m.
Personnel Requests:
Wllliamston Enterprises, Williaraston,
Mich. Reporter-Photographer immedi-
ately. Man with B.A. Contact Ben
Kuroki, Phone 175.
Northville State Eospital, Mich., is
interested in setting up program for
Pharmacy Students, employing students
during summer months androther va-,
cations. Juniors and Seniors.
The Lowe Bros. Co., Dayton, Ohio is
interviewing applicants for sales po-
sition in Industrial Div:, for Mich. ter-
ritory, including Detroit. Between 27-35
yrs., and has completed military serv-
ice. Degree in Chem. helpful but not
nceessary. Will interview sometime the
week of April 6.
The vacancy Report for the Michigan
Civil Service Commission is now on
file at the Bureau.
State of Con. announces opportu-
nities for Welfare Investigators, Toll
Collector, Industrial Hygiene Physician,
Sr. Institution Dentist, Program Sup.
(P.A.), and Dist. Director of Welfare.
U.S. Civil Service announces oppor-
tunities for Electronic Scientists, Met-
allurgists, Engrs., and Phsicists with
Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
Lifson, Wilson and Ferguson, Dallas
Texas has need of candidates in Bus.
Ad., Econ., Industrial Psych. and Indus.
Engrg. for Consultants.
United Aircraft Corp., E. Hartford,
Conn. Persons with B.S. or Grad. de-
gree in E.E., Mech. Engrg., Aero. Engrg.,
Physics, and Math. U.S. citizen.
Eaton Mfg., Detroit, Mich. Person
with B.S. in Math with good back-
ground in Engrg. fundamentals; or
Engrg. degree with excellent math ca-
Rand McNally and Co., Chicago. Man-
agement Training Program for Liberal
Arts and Indus. Management majors.
Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp., De-
troit sales correspondents. Man with
State of Mich. Civil Service. Exam
for Anesthetist and Gas Rate Engrg.
Closing date April 29.
Pa. Civil Service exam for Asst. Mu-
nicipal Engrg. to be given May 16.
Closing date for application is April 22.
Webster Publishing Co., St. Louis,
Mo. Editor of math. textbooks on the
secondary level. Min. of two yrs. of
high school teaching plus, preferably, a
Master's degree in math or math ed.
City of Detroit Civil Service has
scheduled exams for Asst. Craft In-
structor (O.T.) for April 15.
The Dole Valve Co., Morton Grove,
Ill. Asst. to Director of Marketing. 25-
35 yrs. of age. A.B. or B.S. or equivalent,
prefer M.B.A. With Engrg. background.
Min. of 2 yrs. in industry.
Vacancy list for U.S. Atomic Energy
Commission is on file at the Bureau of
Harvard University Med. School, Bos-
ton, Mass. needs beginning women sci-
ence majors with emphasis in chem. to
meet expanding research needs in July,
Mohasco Industries, Inc., Amsterdam,

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. Eventsy
Modified American Plan

N.Y. Experienced man to become Asst.
Mgr. of Industrial Engrg. Dept. At least
5 yrs. practical exp. in industry, Indus.
Engrg. degree is desired but a Bus.
Mgmt. or Mech. Engrg. will be con-
The Ruberoid Co., Hyde Park. Vt. for
Engr., preferably Mech. Engrg.3 Must
have college degree, be a competent
draftsman and 25-35 yrs. of age. Pre-
fer a man who has completed military
Seneeal Wire and Mig. Co., Fostoria,
Ohio. Recent graduates in Metallurgy
for position as Jr. Met.
Neighborhood Center, Utica, N. Y.
Group Leader. At least 22, female, A.B.
degree with major in Soc. and work'
Armstrong, Lancaster, Pa. Sales pet-

sonnel, Chemist - Ph.D., Chemist or
Chem. Engrs., and Engrs., and Indus-
trial Engrs.
Hardware Mutuals, Grand Rapids,
Mich. Sales work. 25-35 yrs, married,
college work.
For further Information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin-
istration, Ext. 3371.
Beginning with Mon., April 13, the
folowing schools will be at the Bureau
of Appointments to interview prospec-
tive teachers for the 1995-60 school
Mon., April 13:
Blissfield, Mich. - Head Basketball/
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