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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __DAILY _WEDfNESDAY, MAY

ADC To Elect Officers



For the past three years, how-
ever, this ruling has not been fol-
lowed. Three years ago, there was
no time to take the vote to the
entire official electorate. Last year,
Partica Marthenke, '59, had no
opposition for the top office.
This year the ADC decided to
waive the constitutional ruling in
favor of the more informed elec-
torate of the dormitory repre-
sentatives, Miss Kreger said.
"We are putting into effect what
has long existed in practice," she


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Hot Dogs 0 French Fries
and FRESH Pop Corn
also featuring . *
ROOT BEER to take home

sign Engrg., Filter Engrg., Test Con-
trol Engrg., Sound Control Engrg.
Bureau of Jewish Employment Prob-
lems, Chicago, Ill. Two Asst. Directors
of the Bureau. Training in Psych., Soc.,
Industrial Relations, Social work, or
related disciplines. Experience in indus-
trial relations, personnel admin., voca-
tional counseling and placement, man-
agement consulting or other related
work. Familiarity with the Chicago la-
bor market.
First Nat'l Bank of Waukesha, Wis.,
Young, male college grad. interested in
career banking. Would supervise the
development of credit dept. in the
commercial loan section. Should have
academic training in Acctg., and Econ.
in addition to an industrious and well-
rounded personality. Good line of pro-
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp.,
Hoopeston, Ill. Mech., Ag., or Chem.
Engrg. Graduates whose chief interest
lies in the design field.
Union Carbide Nuclear Co., Oak
Ridge, Tenn. Two or more mathemati-
cal statisticians in their Atomic Ener-
gy installations. At least B.S. in Math.
Stat. with a background in engrg. of
the physical sciences plus some exper-
ience. An M.S. or advanced degree with
the same further requirements is pre-
Executive Manpower Corp., N.Y.C.
Manager of Mfg. Engrg. B.S. in Elec.
Engrg. or Industrial Engrg. Preferably
some Bus. Ad. courses. Approximately
10 yrs. of exp. in industry, experience
in: admin. of an industrial dept., prod-
uct planning, in govt. contract bid pro-
Anheuser-Busch, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
Associate in Business Planning Dept.
Alumnus with proven background in
Flint Civil Service. Hospital Plant
Operation Supt. to be in charge of
maintenance, etc. for a 700 bed hos-
pital. Man with B.A. in Mech. or Elec.
Engrg. with up to 5 yrs. plant opera-
tion experience. Must be eligible for
Mich. Registration as a professional
engr. Also openings for Public Health
Nurses to work in schools, houses, or
clinics. Woman, must be R. N. in
Mich/ Prefer a public health nurse, but
would welcome application from an
R.N. with little or no experience. A few
courses in public health nursing are
a must.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 4001
Admin., Ext. 3371.
All Registrants, education and gener-
al divisions: Please notify the Bureau
if you have accepted a position. If you
are still available, we must be notified
of your current address, whether you
will be at home or remaining in Ann
Arbor. If you will be in summer school,
please give us your summer address

and summer courses as soon as pos-
Summer Placement:
Summer Placement Service. This is
the last time we will give summer job
notifications for summer. However, if
you do not have a job, keep coming
into the Summer Placement Service.
We will be open every afternoon until
June 9th. New jobs are coming in every
day. Please notify the Service if you
have a job for the summer. The Sum-
mer Placement Service.is located in
Rm. D528 of the S.A.B.
Camp Chipinaw, Swan Lake, N. Y.
Positions for girls: Waterfront Head
& Asst., Crafts Head. Tennis, Phys. Ed.,
Unit Head. Positions for boys: Athletics
(Boxing, Archery), Newspaper.
Hotel Top-In-A-Bee, near Cheboygan,
Mich. Positions for five girls over 18
for waitressing, a girl with Home Ec.
experience to bake, two men as bus
Ann Arbor job. One or two men for
general maintenance, keeping the
grounde rand cleaning. Living provided
at a rent reduction. Call William Nye,
715 Oaklaind, NO 3-7249.
Advertisers Publishing Co., Ann Ar-
bor, selling advertising novelties any-
where in Mich.
Home Owners Club, Flint. Summer
sales people interested in sales referral
work in the Flint and Genessee Coun-
ty areas.
For information about any of the
above positions, come to the Summer
Placement Service.

Gets Award
For Field
Social Work
Mrs. Luz A. Einsiedel, Grad., re-
ceived a Distinguished Service
Award at the Annual Evaluation
Meeting of the Coordinating Coun-
cil on Human Relations of the
Detroit Commission of Community
She will receive a master's de-
gree from the University school of
social work this June, and has
been working with the Council as
a field work project.
Mrs. Ensiedel has been study-
ing at the University on a year's
leave of absence from the Univer-
sity of the Philippines, where she
is in the department of sociology.
Her work as an Educational As-
sistant to the Council included ex-
ecutive services to committees, re-
search, and program planning, all
of which are relathed to her par-
ticular field, community organiza-
tion work.
Prof. Arthur Dunham of the
social work school said this is the
first time a University student in
this scihool has been recognized in
this way,




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"Barefoot Boy with Cheek.")



Christian Science Organization, regu-
lar testimony meeting, May 28, 7:30
p.m., League; see Bulletin Board in
main lobby for Rm. No.
Graduate Outing Club, swimming
and hiking, May 31, June 7, 14 and
June 21. 2 p.m., meet in back of Rack-
ham (N.W. entrance).
* *
June 20: Jersey Students: University
Club, suburban, New Jersey, picnic, 3
p.m. Rolling Meadows, Echo Lake Park,
Westfield. No charge. (Lists of N.J. stu-
dents are available in Alumnae Secre-
tary's Office, League, consult for ride
June 1-5: Student Book Exchange
will collect books on the Diag and in
the basement of Student Activities
Bldg., 1-5 p.m.


Phone NO 2-4786

for Classified





This is the last column of my fifth year of writing for Philip
'Morris and Marlboro. I have made it a custom in the last
column of each year not to be funny. I know I have also
realized this aim in many other columns during the year, but
that was not for lack of trying. Today I am not trying. I am not
trying for two reasons: First, because you are getting ready for
final exams and in your present state of shock, nothing in the
world could possibly make you laugh. And second, this final
column of the year is for many of us a leave-taking, and good-
byes always make me too misty to be funny.
For me the year ends neither with a bang nor a whimper, but
with a glow-a warm, pleasant, mellow glow-the kind of glow
you will find, for.example, at the end of a Philip Morris or
It has been in every way a gratifying experience, my five
years with the makers of Philip Morris and Marlboro, and I
would like to take this opportunity to extend my heartfelt
appreciation to these good tobacconists, to assure them that
the memory of their kindness will remain ever green in my
heart, and to remind theme that they still owe me for the last
three columns.
And in these waning days of the school year, let me address
myself seriously to you, my readers. Have I trod on any toes
this year? Ruffled any feelings? Jostled aiy sensibilities? If
so, I am sorry.
Have I occasioned any laughs? Chuckles? Sniggers? Mona
Lisa smiles? If so, I'm glad.
Have I persuaded any of you to try Philip Morris and
Marlboro? To taste that fine flavor? To smoke that excellent
tobacco? If so, you are glad.
And now the long, lazy summer lies ahead. But for me sum-
mer is never lazy. It is, in fact, the busiest time of year. Two
summers ago, for instance, I was out ringing doorbells every
single day, morning, noon, and night. There was a contest,
you see, and the kid in my neighborhood who sold the most
bluing won a pony. I am proud to report that I was the lucky
Last summer I was also out ringing doorbells every single
day, morning, noon, and night. I was trying tcsell the pony.
This summer I am not going to be out ringing doorbells.
I am going to saddle the pony and ride to Hollywood, California.
What am I going to do in Hollywood, California? I am going to
write a series of half-hour television comedies called THE
MANY LOVES OF DOBIE GILLIS, and starting in October,
1959, your friends and mine, the makers of Philip Morris and
Marlboro, are going to bring you this program over the Colum-
bia Broadcasting System every Tuesday night at 8:30. Why






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