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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAG1

LOAILY PiCIFCIL BULLETIN'

A column of incidental intelligencez

Lecturers Discuss Space Travel, Say It's 'For. Birds'

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dent Covcrnncnt Council at its meet-
ing 14i^y 6.
Approved minutes of previous meet-
ing.
Approved appointments as follows:
Student Activities Scholarship Board:
John Feldkamp, Chairman.
Chamber of Commerce Committee on
Student-Business R e a t i o n s: John
Goodrch, Chairman, Linda Rainwater,
Mel Rosen, Edward Cohen, Nancy
Adams.
Joint' Judiciary Council: Ronald
Greenberg, Carolyn Ann Osborn, Marcia
Peirce, Michael Sklar, Janet Weaver.
Summer Reading and Discussion
Committee: Roger Seasonwein, Chair-
man.
Human Relations Board: Richard
Bauman, Ellen Lewis, Susan Schos-
berg, Elizabeth Uchitelle, Elizabeth
Wright.
Student Book Exchange: Robert B.
Gunn, Manager.
Approved activities:
May 8: India Student Association,
Documentary fim of India, Union, 8
p.m.
May 9: I&raeli-American Student Club
and International Student Association,
Israel Independence Day program,
Rackham Bldg., 8-10 p.m.
Calendared Rose Bowl referendum
"May 12, 13.
Approved plans for bike auction.
Esta llshed a committee consisting of
the S GC Executive Vice-President, one
4 elected member and one other member
who could be an elected member or a
member of the Interviewing and Nom-
nating Committee which would repre-
sent Student Government Council at
interviews for Joint Judiciary positions
and would maintain contact with Joint
Judiciary officials during the year in
order to (1) effectively interview candi-
dates for Joint -Judiciary positions (2)
establish a channel of communication
between the two groups.
Approved motion recommending that
the Student Relations Board look into
the feasibility of a program to enable
alumni to return to campus for a day
or two to attend (1) classes (2) semin-
ars with administrators, faculty, stu-
dents on. the state of the University
(3) other activities as may generally
re-acquaint them with the campus.
Approved motion directing the Sum-
mer Reading and Discussion Commit-
tee to extend its program to include
incoming freshmen.
Lectures
Isamu Noguchi, Japanese sculptor,
illustrated lecture, Fri., May '8, at 2:30
p.m. Architecture Aud. Sponsored by
the student A & D Open House colm-
mittee, College. of Arch. & Design.
Lecture. Dept. of. Engrg. Mech. M. R.
Horne, Prof. of Engrg. U. of Cambridge,
England, "The Plastic Theory of Struc-
tures and its Use in Britain," Fri., May
8, 4:00 p.m., Rm. 311 W. Engrg. Bldg.
Coffee at 3:30 p.m. in Faculty Lounge.
Concerts
The U-M Men's Glee Club 100th an-
nual Spring Concert. Sat., evening, May
9, 8:30 p.m. in Hill Aud. Tickets are
valid until 8:30 p.m. at which time any
unoccupied seats may be taken by any-
one.
Academic Notices
Numerical Analysis and 'Automatic
Programming Seminar: Robert Rosin,
"Translation of Artificial Languages by
Compilers (FORTRANSIT to GAT) in
GAT," 'ri., May 8, 4:00 p.m., Rm. 3209
Angel Hall
Astronomical Colloquium. Sat., May
9, 2 p.m, The McMath-Hulbert Ob-
servatory, Pontiac. Dr. Helen Dodson
Prince, "Solar Flare Observations frm
Western European Observatories."
Doctoral Examination for Robert
Eugene Rinehart, Chemistry; thesis:
"The Reaction of Various Olefins with
Asodicarboxylic Ester and Maleic An-
bydrice," Fri., May 8, 3003 Chem. Bldg.,
at 2:00 pm. CmCairman, P. A. S. Smith.
Doctoral Examination for William
Emin Dooley, Geography; thesis: "A
Study of the Possibilities of Peatland
Reclamation in Ireland and a Sug-
gested Plan for Its Implementation,"
Fri,, May 8, 23 Angell Hall, 10:00 a.m.
Chairman, George Kish.
r
Doctoral Examination for Darrell
Henry Pollard, History; thesis: "The
Development of Michigan's Oil Indus-!

try: A History of the Discovery of Oil
in Michigan and the State's Emergence
as a Leadin Petroleum Producer (1860-
135)," Fri., May 8, 3609 Haven Hall at
1:00 p.m. Chairman, L. G, VanderVelde.
Placement Notices
Women: Panel discussion sponsored
by the Bureau of A p p o i n tm e n t s
through the cooperation of the Mich.
Women's League on Tues., May 12, at
;4 p.m. in the Hussy Rm. Panel mem-
bers are: Miss Ann Ruman, U.S. Social
Security Office. Representing Federal
Gov't. Dr. A. C. Moore, Parke-Davis Co.,
Representing Pharmaceutical Com-
panies; Mr. William Friedrichs, Ja-
cobsons, Representing Retail Dept.
Stores: Capt. Betty Butler, Women's
Army Corps., Representing Armed Serv-
ices for Women. There will be a 25
minute question and answer period.
The following companies wil linter-
view at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin., Ext. 3371.
Tues., May 12:
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.,
Chicago, Ill. June grads. Women with
a degree in English, Journalism and
typing ability for Editorial Career Posi-
tion. Layout work, ghost w r i t i n g
speeches for VIP, writing brochures
plus many other duties plus the possi-
bility of travel.
Ties., May 19:
Martin B. Segal & Co., Inc., New
York, N.Y. June, Aug. grads. Citizen-
ship'required. Menand women with a
degree in Liberal Arts or Business Ad-
ministration for trainees in every as-
pect of the business with ultimate
function as an account executive in
Chicago. Men and women with a degree
in Mathematics or Social Sciences for
Actuarial Staff of New York Office. Men
and women who will be receiving a
degree in Liberal Arts or Business Ad-
ministration. in June, 1960 for Staff of
administrative department.
.,Old Line Life Insurance Co., Detroit,
Mich. June, Aug. Grads. Men, degree
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-
tration, between 21-30, married or en-
gaged, lived in the Detroit area at
least five years, for agent,
Personnel Requests:
John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Saginaw, Mich. Insurance Sales-Life
Underwriting.
Shell Oil Co., Detroit, Mich." Civil
Engrg. to be Transit Man. Man with
B.S. In Civil Engrg. Prefer U.S. citizen.
Lederle Labs., a division of American
Cyanamid Co.. Dearborn, Mich. Medi-
cal representative. Man with bachelor's
degree; prefer majors or minors in
Chem., Biology or Biological Sciences,
Military obligatio nmust be fulfilled.
Prefer married man between 25-30.
Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co.,
Ohio, Mech. Engrg., Elec. Engrg., Chem.
Engrg., Met. Engrg., General Engrg.
Above positions are in both Youngs-
town and Chicago, Ill.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Interviews:
Fri, May 7:
Camp Douglas Smith, Mich. Mr. Os-
trander will interview men and women
for counselor jobs.
Wilber L. Gunnerson of Camp Ta-
wa-ma-na at Lake Charlevoix, Mich.
will interview women counselors. He is
looking for general counselors, a nurse,
and a water front counselor.
Sat., May 9:
Camp Crile, Gregory, Mich. Daniel
Ellesin will interview men and women
for general counselorships. This is a
camp for epileptic children - teaching
experience is helpful.
Contact the Summer Placement Serv-
ice about the Following:
Checkers Taxi Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill.
If you are 21 yrs. of age or older; know
Chicago fairly well and have had at
least three yrs. driving experience, you
can earn your tuition fees by driving
a Checker Cab. The work is pleasant
and the remuneration is excellent. Con-
tact M. Shapiro, Personnel Mgr., 1401
W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 11, Ill.
A representative from Bloomfield Hills
High School will be at the -Bureau of
Appointments on Fri., May S to inter-
view for the following fields: Guidance
(man and woman); HS: English; Busi-
ness; Math. For appointments contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
min. Bldg. NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
A representative from Ashland, Ohio
will also be here to interview for Re-
medial Reading; 7/8 English; Elem. Art
Supv.

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by q brand
"GENTLEMAN AND SCHOLAR"
High praise, indeed, for any
man! But did you know that
the description comes from
Robert Burns-who said it first
about a dog? Here's the quote:
"His locked, lettered, brow
brass collar
Showed him the gentleman
and scholar."
You'll find the couplet in
Burns' "The Two Dogs."

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"THE MORNING AFTER"
This horrible time was first im-
mortalized by George Ade in
"The Sultan of Sulu." Here's
the way he put it:
"But, R-E-M-O-R-S.-E
The water-wagon is the
place for me+
it is no time for mirth and
laughter,
The cold, gray dawn of the
morning afterI"

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