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'AY, OCTOBER 17, i958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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REV. FR. BRADLEY SPEAKS:
Newman Club Discusses Papal Election

(Continued from Page 4)
4:00 p.m., Urm. 3209, Angell Hall, Fri.,
Oct. 17.
Placement Notices
Personnel Interviews:
Mon., Oct. 27:
U.S. Marine Corps., Detroit Marine
Officer Procurement Office, Detroit,
Mich. Men between 17-26, be a member
of. an accredited college or university
and majoring in a subject other than
medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, music,
art, or theology, be in sound physical
and mental health, maintain at least
a "C" average in college, Agree to seve
on active duty, 'once commissioned, for
a period of 3 years, be a U.S. citizen
for Platoon Leaders Class-Ground, or
Platoon Leaders Class-Aviation. You
will be eligible for Platoon Leaders Class
if you are a freshman, sophomore or
junior. Training consists of 2 six-week
training sessions attended during sum-
mer vacations from college then after
you have received your college degree
you will be commissioned a second lieu-
tenant and attend the Marine Officer
Basic Course for 8 months in Quantico,
Va. An exhibit will be held opposite
the cafeteria in the Michigan Union.
Interested candidates may talk with
personnel at the exhibit and men who
are familiar with the requirements may
make a definite appointment in our
office.
U. S. Marine Corps., Detroit, Mich.
Location of work: U.S. and foreign.
Women between 18-27, maintaining an
overall "C" average or better in regu-
lar college work, degree from accredited
institution in a field other than pre-
medicine, pre-dentistry, pharmacy or
theology for Women Officer Training'
Program. The U.S. Marine Women
Corps provides officer training for col-
lege sophomores and juniors with two
weeks programs in the summer or after
graduation training. Once commis-
sioned women officers remain at Quan-
tico in an advanced six week training
course. Administrative officers serve in
staff assignment similar to positions
held by leading women in business.
Capt. Beaumont will be located in the
lobby of the Michigan League.
Tues., Oct. 28:
-UJ.S. Marine Corps .-.Men: Bee Mon-
day's listing.
U.S. Marine Corps - Women: Bee
Monday's listing.
Wed., Oct. 29:
The Procter & Gamble Company,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Location of work:
Midwest, or other locations if the man
desires. Men with any degree in Liberal
Arts or Bus. Admin. for Sales Manage-
ment Training which includes Terri-
tory Sales and Sales Promotion. Bales
Training begins with initial orientation
training sessions and then, accompa-
nied by an experienced trainer, the
trainee begins making sales calls in his
own newly-assigned territory. The
training programs also includes out-
side reading, special marketing studies,
and surveys and frequent individual
sessions .wlth the man's superiors. Thus

the man's training proceeds as fast as
he can learn. Outstanding men have,
been appointed District Manager, Area
Manager, or Territory Manager by the
time they are 27 or 28.
U.S. Civil Service, 7th Region, Chi-
cago, Ill. Loaction of work: Federal
establishments located in Washington,
D.C., and throughout the U.S., its ter-
ritories and possessions, and some over-
seas positions. Men and women with
any degree in Liberal Arts, or Bus. Ad-
min.y for government positions. An-
nouncement No. 170 is available here
in the office giving complete informa-
tion about the Federal Service Entrance
Examination which covers the above
positions, as well as the 5000-AB form
for applying for this examination.
Fri., Oct. 31:
The Texas Company (Texaco), New
York, N.Y. Men with any degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administration
for Marketin gof Petroleum Products.
For students interested only in sales.
The trainee begins on a training pro-
gram for six months of formal train-
ing and continues on the job under
supervision of men with outstanding
sales records. Initial openings in the
department lead to positions in general
mer handising sales, construction of
terminals, bulk plants, and service sta-
tions, and operations administration.
Zurich'Insurance Company, Chicago,
Ill. Location of work:- Home Office,
Chicago,- Ill.; Branch Offices, Mich.,
Ohio, Calif., Wash., N.Y., Miss., Ga.,
N.J., and Conn. Men with any degree
in Liberal Arts, or Business Adminis-
tration or Law for Insurance including
Home Office, Claims, and males, and
Management Training. On-the-job
training for group salesmen, claims
men, and field representatives is con-
ducted in the office and in the field
under close supervision. Men interested
in underwriting, methods, or statistics
are trained in the office. After training
group salesmen, field representatives,
and claims men are assigned to spe-
cific branch offices or territories. Un-
derwriters may be assigned to branch
office or the head office, depending
upon requirements. Methods and sta-
tistics will normally remain at the Chi-
cago head office.
Exhibits: Exhibits will be held in the
Michigan Union opposite the Cafe-
teria. Oct. 27, 28, 29 - U.S. Civil Serv-
ice. Oct. 27-28 - U.S. Marines..
Registration: Seniors and graduate
students who were unable to attend
the Placement meeting, Tues., Oct. 14,
may pick up registration material in
the office any day this week or next.
Office hours: 8:30-12, 1:30-4:30, Mon.
through Fri. Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Admlin. Bldg.
Personnel Requests:
Merrill Lynch Pierce Penner & Smith,
Detroit, Mich. Secretary. Salary is open.
Must have shorthand and. typing. No
experience necessary.
Gulf States Paper Corp., Tuscaloosa,
Ala. Need four professional engineers.
Three need Mech. Eng. degree, the oth-
e E needs education in Civil or Struc-
tural Engineering. Experience neces-

sary. Need two Assistant Engineers. One
with degree in Mech. Eng. and the oth-
er with a Civil Engineering degree. Ex-
perience necessary.
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regular Co.,
Boston, Mass. Boston Division. 1)
Senior Mechanical Engineer. Bachelor
or Master's degree in M.E. Needs ex-
perience. 2) Senior Product Engineer.
Three openings. Prefer B.S. or M.S. in
E.E., but B.S. or M.S. in M.E. would'
be acceptable providing he has had
sufficient electronics exposure. 3) Elec-
tro-Mechanical Packaging Design En-
gineer. Two openings. B.S. or M.S. in
M.E. (E.E. acceptable). 4) Electronics
Engineer. Two openings. Bachelor or
Master's degree in E.E. 5) Design
Draftsman. Two openings. Needs equi-
valent to four years high school train-
ing with courses in mechanical draw-
ing and additional one to two years
specialized schooling in drafting. 6)
Electronic Production Test "A". Two
openings. Basic electrical theory, phys-
ics and mathematics. Prefer technical
high schooling and specialized elec-.
tronic schooling beyond high school..
Hoff, Canny, Bowen & Associates,
Inc., Executive Search Specialists, New
York. Currently they are seeking a
number of mathematicians and statis-
ticians. Four openings in Northeastern
United States and two in the greater.
New York area. Openings and further
information can be obtained by calling
the Bureau. Telephone, NO 3-1511, Ext.
3371.
National-Standard Co., Niles, Mich..
Electrical Engineering Graduate and
Mechanical Engineering Graduate who
has had two or three years industrial
experience.
Headquarters Strategic Air Command,
U.S.A.F. Base, Neb. Opening in the His-
torical Division, Offutt Air Base, Oma-
ha, Neb. Grade GS-11. Interested in
persons who have the M.A. or Ph.D. In
history.
AC Sparkplug, Division of General
Motors Corp., Flint, Mich. Technical
Positions for Mathematicians and Phy-
sicists. Master's or Ph.D. degree in
math or physics. Must have advanced"
degree or applied experience.
Connelly Associates, Grosse Pte. Park,
Mich. Pharmacist. Man or,woman with
B.A. Must be a registered pharmacist.
Should be interested in working in
flavors.
The Maco Corp., Huntington, Ind.
Architectural Engineer - to work on
design of aluminum windows for com-
mercial and residential 'buildings.
Bachelor degree in Architecture - de-
sign. Prefer some practical experience;
job will be primarily design, work
mostly in office; later may, involve
some travel in connection with jobs.
WANTED
Fighting Michigan voters who
want a working, fighting United
States Senator in Washington to
Re-elect United States Senater
CHARLES E. POTTER
Republican State Central Committee

BIy JAN RAHM
"In theory, any male Catholic
who has the use of reason can be
made Pope," the Rev. Fr. John
Bradley, pastor of St. Mary's Stu-
dent Chapel'said.
However, only cardinals have
been elected to the Papacy for the
last six hundred years, he ex-
plained to-approximately 100 stu-
dents attending a discussion of
how a Pope is elected at the
Newman Club Center Wednesday
night.
While in the first centuries of
the life of the Catholic Church,
the people and clergy of Rome
chose the popes, since the Lateran
Council of 1179 only cardinals have
the right to choose them, Father
Bradley said..'
Two-Thirds Majority
The Lateran Council also de-
clared that it would take a two-"
thirds majority of the cardinals to
elect a new pope. Pope Pius XII,
who died last week, *changed this
ruling to a majority of two-thirds
plus one.
During the thirteenth century,
over three years passed between
the death of one Pope and the
election of another. Since then,
explained Father Bradley, it is a
rule that the cardinals hold their
conclave shut off fro, the outside
world until a new Ppe is elected.
Work is now in progress at the
Vatican to miake small, temporary
apartments for the cardinals to
live in during the-conclave. t
Of the 55 men who comprise the
college of Cardinals, only 50 are
expeced to attend, Father Bradley
said. Cardinal Mindszenty of Hun-
gary and Cardinal Sephinac will
probably not be able to go to Rome.
Three other cardinals are in ill
health.
for the
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On Oct. 25, the- seventeenth
day after the death of Pius XII,
the conclave will begin.
In charge of the conclave is the
Camerlengo (chamberlain). When
Pope Pius XII died, he had ap-
pointed no Camerlengo, so the
cardinals in Rome at the time
chose Cardinal Masella for the job,
Father Bradley said.
When the cardinals enter the
Vatican on Oct. 25, they may
bring with them two non-voting
people. In addition, three physi-
cians and several servants to pre-
pare food will be inside the locked
doors.
Actual voting for the new pope
will be in the Sistine Chapel.
Two Sessions Per Day
There will be'tw6 voting sessions
a day, one in the morning and one
in the afternoon. Two votes are
held during the morning session
and one during the afternoon. This
will continue until one man re-
ceives the necessary number of
votes, Father Bradley said.
Results of each vote will be
transmitted to the outside world
through a unique method. If the
vote is indecisive, the ballots will
be burned with wet straw to give
off a thick, black smoke. When
the new Pope is elected, the ballots
will be burned alone, so that the
smoke will be white.
People will be standing in the
square outside watching for the
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telltale smoke, Father Bradley
said.
As soon as the new Pope is
chosen, he will put on his tradi-
tional robes of office and the other
cardinals will pledge their pbedi-
ence to him. Then he will give his
first papal blessing from a balcony
of the Vatican.
Solemn coronation of the new
Pope will be approximately a week
or two after the election, Father
Bradley said,

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