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COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Nuclear Reactor Presented to UCLA

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By NAN MARKEL
LOS ANGELES, Calif.-An ac-
cident-proof nuclear reactor, which:
will probably run 10 years on a
one-time dose of uranium 235,
has been presented to UCLA by
the Atomic Energy Commission.
The reactor was developed by
the AEC, specifically for education
training and contains three seoa-
rate safety systems. Present plans
call for operation of the reactor by
the beginning of the 1959 fall se-
mester.
ActuaL operation will be handled
by faculty members and graduate
students. Undergraduates in some
24 classes bearing on nuclear en-
gineering will watch the operations
through large viewing windows
from a raised control room.
* * *
CHAPEL HILL, N.C.-From an
editorial in the University of North
Carolina's' Daily Tar Heel:
"The year starts and it is a new
experience for many. For many,
billed by their high school presi-
dents or school superintendants in

a somewhat less than eloquent
commencement speech as Ameri-
ca's future leaders or citizens of
tomorrow, the change will be quite
drastic. For most the change is'
predictable..
".. Soon the student finds out{
that the Honor System does not
work too well, and that the noise
in the dormitory corridors makes!
study impossible and life only a;
little unhappy. At about this time
they also find out one in five, if
that many, professors that they
have for freshman courses are in-
teresting-not even stimulating.
. Those persistent enough to
continue with intellectual pursuit
will find it difficult to find people
to converse with about anythingj
save liquor, sex and past experi-
ences. A feeble attempt will bej
made by some to participate in
activities, but for most this will
mean lines in a yearbook rather
than a personal contribution.
".. .They will be reactors rather
than thinkers. They will be waiters

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rather than doers. They will be
part of society at the expense of
their own individuality. They will
be intellectually dead.
"This will happen as surely as
you are reading this, UNLESS .. .
"Unless they as individuals try
to find what they are and preserve
the uniqueness of themselves. Un-
less they become critical of their
society and work, not just gripe.
toward its improvement. Unless
they realize that reality is not a
social whirl but rather is a prob-
lem worth coming to grips with
and working out on a day to day
basis.
"Unless they think."
* * *
PRINCETON, N.J. - The Inter-
club Committee of Princeton Uni-
versity has approved a revised
Gentlemen's Agreement on the
conduct of undergraduate club
members.
Included in the agreement were
regulations concerning alcoholic
beverages, extending the use of
such drinks in the clubs from
Saturday night only to include
both Friday and Saturday nights.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Two
Korean students are recipients of
the first In-Ho Oh Memorial
Scholarships at the University of
Pennsylvania.
The scholarship fund was set'
up in the memory- of a Korean
graduate student at Pennsylvania
who was beaten to death in 'April
by several teen-agers.
Tuition for the scholarships is
to be underwritten by the univer-:
sity, while the fund itself will be
used. for the travel and living ex-
penses of the two students.
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -
Opposition to the establishment
of a four-year branch of the Uni-
versity of Illinois at Chicago was
voiced by local Democrats, accord-
ing to the Daily Illini.
However, Richard A. Harewood,
nominee for the University Board
of Trustees, said that he was
"interested in the enlargement of
educational opportunities for all
boys and girls of Illinois."

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(Use of this column for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations
only. Organizations planning to be ac-
tive for the current semester should
register ntot later than Oct. 10. Forms
available, 2011 Student Activities Build-
ing.)
Chess Club, Regular Meeting, Elec-
tions; Oct. 2, 7:30 P.M., Michigan Union.
* * *
Christian Science Organization, Reg-
ular Testimony Meeting, Oct. 2, 7:30
P.M., League: Check bulletin board in
lobby for room number.
* * *
International Students Assoc., Social
Gathering, .Oct. 3, 9-12 P.M., Lane Hall.
s * *
Le Cercle Francais, Baratin-Coffee
Hour, Oct. 2, 3-5 P.M., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
Michigan Flyers, Inc., Open House-
Refreshments, Oct. 2, 7:30 P.M., Rm. 3-S
Union.
* * *
National & International- Affairs of
SGC, First Meeting of the Semester,
Oct. 2, 4:00 P.M., SGC Meeting Rm.--
1st Floor.

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Riding Club, Organizational Meeting,
Oct. 2, 5:10 P.M, W.A.B.
.* * *
Public Relations Com; of SGC, Meet-
ing, Oct. 2, 4:00 P.M., SGC Office, SAB,
SGC Student Activities Com., meet-
ing - Nev students welcome, Oct. 2,
4:00 p.m., Rm. 3545 SAB.
* * *
Senior Society, General Meeting, Oct.
2, 7:30 p.m., Conf. Rm. 1, League.
' * * *
Wesleyan Guild, scavenger hunt &
pizza party, Oct. 3, 8:00 p.m., Wesley
Lounge.
* * *
Young Friends, meeting, Oct. 5, 7:15
pm., Friends Center, 1416 Hill St.
Speaker : Prof. Mendenhall, "Nature
of Early Christian Thought."
* * *
Homecoming Tickets Com., *mass
meeting, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m., 3rd Floor
Conf. Rm., Mich. Union.
* * *
Political Issues Club, Juvenile De-
linquency: Edward R. Murrow presen-
tation of "Who Killed Michael Farm-
er?" on tape with discussion to follow,
Oct. 2, 8:00 p.m., Rm. 3B, Union.

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Lectures
Psychology Colloquium: *Psychology
and Systems Research." Dr. Paul M.
Fitts, Psych. Dept., 4:15 p.m., Fri., Oct.
3, Aud. B,. Angell Hall.
Astrbnomical Colloquium. Fri., Oct.
3, 4:15 p.m., The Observatory. Dr. Leo
Goldberg will speak on "The Tenth
General Assembly of the I.A.U. in
Moscow."s
Academic Notices
Russian Courses badly need copies, of
2ndedition of von Gronicka, Essentials
of Russian, Students wishing to sell
their copies are requested to call Slavic
Dept., Ext. 595 or bring books to de-
partmental offices, 3072 Frieze Bldg.
Seminar in Applied Matheniatics:
Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 246 W.
Eng. Refreshments at 3:30 in 274 W.
Eng.First meeting for the semester on
Thurs.,' Oct. 2, 1958: Prof. E. D. Rain-
ville: "Generating functions and ex-
pansions of polynomials in series of
polynomials."
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics:
An organizational meeting will -be held
on Thurs., Oct. 2 in Rm. 3010 Angell
Hall at 4:00 p.m.
Final Examination for students doing
honors work in the summer in Phil-
osophy 34 will be given at 1 p.m.,
Tues., Oct. 7, in the Philosophy Dept.
office, 2008 Angell Hall.
Doctoral Examination for Alan Hardy
Townsend, Jr., Psychology; thesis: "The
Relationship Between Parental Con-
mitment and Certain Forms of De-
pendent Behavior," Fri.,. Oct. ' 3, 7611
Haven Hall, '3:00 p.m. Co-Chairmen,
B.S. Bordin and I. L. Cutler.
Placement Notices.
The following schools have listed\
"teaching vacancies with the Bureau of
Appointments for the 1958-59 school
year. They will not be here to inter-
view at this time.
Hammond, Ind. - Biology; JHS Gen-
eral Science/Geography/English.
Minneapolis, Minn. - Consultant in
Elementary Music.

For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the College of Engineer-
ing:
Oct. 7, Automatic Electric Co. and
General Telephone Labs, Northlake, Ill.,
will be interviewing for B.S. & M.S. in
Elec., Ind. and Mech. Engr., and Ph.D.
Elec. Engr. Must be U.S. citizen. Type
of work: Design; Res. and Dev.; Train-
ing. program.
Oct. 7, Link-Belt Company, Chicago,
Ill., will be interviewing for B.S. Civil,
Elec., Ind. and Mech. Type of work:
Design; Production; and Sales.
Oct. 8 and 9, North American Avia-
tion, Atomics International, Canoga
Park, Calif., will be interviewing can-
didates with B.S., M.S. and Ph.D.: Nuc.,
Met., Ceramics, Elec., Mech., Chem.,
Physics, Chemistry, and Math. Type of
work: Res. and Dev.
Oct. 8 and 9, Autonetics, Downey,
Calif., interviewing B.S., M.S. and
Ph.D.: Aero., Elec., Mech., Physics and
Math. Type of work: Res. and Dev.;
Sales; Tech. Writing; Field Service and
Training.
Oct. 8 and 9, Columbus Division, Co-
lumbus, Ohio, interviewing B.S.: Aero.,
Elec., and Mech. M.S.: Aero., Elec.,
E.M., Mech. and Met. Ph.D.: Aero.,
Elec., E.M., and Met. Must be U.S. citi-
zen. Type of work: Design; Res. and
Dev.
Oct: 8 and 9, Los Angeles Division,
LosAngeles, Calif. interviewing B.C.:
Aero., Chem.,, Civil, Elec., Math., E.M.,
Phys., Mat'is., Mech., and Met., M.S.:
Aero., Chem., Civil, Elec., E.M., Instr.,
Mat'Is., Mech., and Met. Ph.D.: Aero.,
Chem., Elec., E.M., Instr., Mech., and
Met. Must be U.S. citizen. Type of
work: Design; Res. and Dev.
Oct. 8 and 9, Missile Division, Dow-'
ney, Calif., interviewing B.C.: Aero.,
Chem., Civil, Elec., Math., E.M., Phy-
sics, Mat'ls., Mech., Met, and Science.
M.S.: Aero., Chem., Elec., Civil, E.M.,
Instr., Mat'ls., Mech. and Met. Ph.D.:
Aero., Chem., Civil, Elec., E.M., Instr.,
Mech., and Met. Type of work: Design;
Res : and Dev.; Production.
Oct. 8 and 9, Rocketdyne, Canoga
Park, Calif., interviewing B.S., M.S.;
and Ph.D.: Elec., Mech., Chem., Civil,
Aero., Physics & Math. Type of work:
Design, Res. and Dev.
Oct. 8 and 9, Wetinghouse Elec.
Corp., All Divisions, Wilkinsburg, Pa.,
interviewing B.S. and M.S.: Chem.,
Elec., Math., E.M. Physics., Ind., Mat'ls.,

Mech., Met. and Nuclear. Must be male
U.S. citizen. Type of work: Design;
Res. and Dev.; Sales; all phases of
Mfg.: Purchasing.
Oct. 9, National Steel Corp., Weir-
ton Steel Co., Weirton, West Va., in-
terviewing B.S.: Elec., Ind., Mech., and
Met. M.S.: Mech., & Met..Must be male
U.S. citizen. Type of work: Res. and
Dev.
Oct. 10, Eimco Corp., Cleveland, Ohio.
interviewing B.S.: Chemical. Must be
U.S. citizen. Type of work: Sales Engrg.
For further information and inter-
view appointment, contact the Engi-
neering Plascement Office, 347 W. Eng.
Ext. 2181 or 2021.
Personnel Interview:
The following company will be in-
terviewing in Detroit:
Oct. 4 and 5, the General Electric
Co. will be interviewing for engineering
graduates with backgrounds in Me-
chanical, Design, Servo Analysis, Con-
trols System Evaluation, Electronic
Circuity, Instrumentation Design, Re-
liability, "Flight Evaluation, Exhaust
Nozzle Design Compressor Components,
or in fields related to any of these fore-
going. .Engineering degree and U.S.
citizenship a must. The Company will
pay agency fees, 'trip to plant and re-
location expenses.
For further information concerning
the above interview appointment
times, contact the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Ext. 3371.
Personnel Interview: (Part time work):
Oct. 2, Mr. Don Cambell will be at
the Bureau of Appointments Thursday
morning to interview students for a
part-time selling job. Commission only.
For further information concerning
part-time employment and the above
interview, contact Ward D. Peterson,
3528 Admin., Ext. 3371.
Personnel Requests:
A large industrial firm near Detroit-
Ann Arbor area, is looking for Sten-
ographers-Secretaries, to work in man-
ufacturing engineering areas. Typing:
50-60 WPM, Shorthand: 120 WPM. Du-
ties: Responsible for making appoint-
ments, personal correspondence, busi-
ness correspondence, etc. Must have
ability to proceed on her own.
Chas. Pfitzer & Co., Inc., Brooklyn,
N.Y., has positions open in the Chem-
ical Sales Division, for Chemical Engi-
neers ,Chemists as Chemical Sales Rep-
resentatives. Training program. Numer-
ous opportunities for advancement.

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