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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'U', Country World To Observe UN Day

COLLEGE ROUNDUP-

By NAN MARKEL
EVANSTON, Ill. - Northwest-
ern University is adding a
"cherub" program in education to
the summer schedule of its Na-
tional High School Institute.
About 30 leading Juniors from
high schools all over the country,
who are interested in education
courses are expected to enroll.
Classes for the high school stu-
dents, who will live in campus
dormitories, last five weeks.
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. - Angry
graduate students last week de-
manded better library service at
the University of North Carolina.
O.G.H.! signs flooded the cam-
pus. asking "Orne (the librarian)
Go Home" or "Orne Get Hot."
The graduate group is pressing
mainly for restoration of its grad-
uate study room and easy access
to library facilities. The group,
the Daily Tar Heel reported,
asked administrators to "bring
back those sofas, paint those
walls. Prison cell atmosphere,"
the students alleged "is not con-
ducive to scholarship."
* * *
ITHACA, N.Y. - A Cornell stu-
dent committee has asked broad
changes in the university's' aca-
demic counseling programs.
The committee report, Cornell's
Daily Sun said, recommended cor-
recting the "inadequacy of the
present counseling set-up, parti-
cularly in the College of Arts and
Sciences, by using qualified seniors
-drawn from departmental hon-
oraries and honors programs -- to
.help advise those freshmen whose

underclass advisor comes from a
department other than his ma-
jor."$
jor. * ' * *
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - A course
in technical writing and editing is
being included this year in the
curriculum of Margaret Morrison
Carnegie College.
There is a great demand for sci-
ence writers, the college's dean of
general studies reported. "Many
of the women science students,"
he said, "don't like to compete
with men in the direct field of
science and engineering. As more
women get into the writing field,
it will free more men for other
scientific and engineering work."
During their senior years, stu-
dents will be placed in various in-
dustries, like internes or practice
Organization
Notices
(Use of this goumn for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for the cur-
rent semester should register.
Forms available, 2011 Student Acti-
vities Building.)
Congregational and Disciples Guild,
Coffee Break, Oct. 21, 4:306:00 p.m.,
524 Thompson St.
* * *
Graduate Student Coffee Hour, Oct.
22, 4:00-5:30 p.m., Rackham Bldg., 2nd
Floor ,West Lounge, all graduate stu-
dents invited.
Graduate Student Council, meeting
of the steering committee, Oct. 22, 4:30
p.m., Rackham Bldg., 2nd- Floor, West
Lounge.
Public Relations Comm. of SGC,
meeting, Oct. 21, 4:00 p.m., Rm. 1548,
SAB.
Amer. Chem. Soc. Student Affiliate,
meeting, Oct. 22, 7:30 p.m., 1200 Chem.
Speaker: Dr. W. W. Meinka, "The New
Elements."
Eastern Orthodox Studehts Soc., n-
lustrated lecture, Oct. 22, 8:00 p.m.,
Lane Hall. Speaker: Rev. Andrew Mis-
siras, pastor of St. Nicholas Greek Or-
thodox Church; "The Sacraments of
the Eastern Orthodox Church." Re-
freshments following lecture.
* * *
International Students Assoc., Oct.
22, 7:45 p.m., Mich. League, Hussey
Room. Debate: "America Would En-
danger World Peace by Pursuing a Poli-
cy of Defending Quemoy and Matsu."
* * *
Italian Club, weekly coffee hour, Oct.
21, 3:00-5:00 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. All
students interested in things Italian
are invited to attend.
La Sociedad Hispanica, meeting, Oct.
22, 8:00 p.m., Union, 3rd Floor Conf.
Rm. Everyone welcome.; Refreshments
afterward.
* * *
Lutheran Student Assoc., class -
"Know Your Church" led by Pastor
Yoder. Oct. 21, 7:15-8:15 p.m., Luth-
eran Student Center, Forest and Hill.
* * *
Panhel Assoc., Panhel Ball publicity
meeting, Oct. 21, 7:15 p.m., League,
Conf. Rm. 2.
F of M
speialzes only in
Fine Hair Styling.
TRY US and
don't be disappointed.
715 North University

teachers, to get a working knowl-
edge of scientific writing.
EVANSTON, Ill. - Northwest-
ern's rare book department is
housing an' unusual treasure
a~s a precautionary measure.
The "treasure" is a first edition
of Grace Metalious's "Peyton
Place." It is being kept just in
case it should jump in value un-
expectedly. Although library off i-
cials consider such an event un-
likley, if the book's value does
rise the rare books library will
have another famous first edition
to be catalogued.

OUT -OF A JOB?
NEED EXTRA CASH?
Register for
UNION TUTORIAL FILE
Monday-Friday 2-5
Union Student Offices
(A3.2 Average is required in any subject to be tutored)

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"Anyone who likes people-and
selling--would like my job"

OFFI'CIAL BULLETIN 1
O.y
Committee,, Activities: Nov. Fo e program. 2) Counselor, B'nai B'rith
SA concert; Nov. 13-15, Soph gore n ,f in v iolS Group Guidance Program. Assumes re-
. 7, Panhellenic Association sponsibility for developing group guid-
i-International week request Following are the foreign visitors who ance activities throughout Northeast-
osing ,hour; Announcement, will be on the campus this week on ern Ohio with special emphasis on serv-
tee chairmen; Elections. the dates indicated. Program arrange- ice to B'nai B'rith youth groups. Both
aess ments are being made by the Interna- positions involve working with com-
Aness. tional Center: Mrs. Clifford R. Miller: mittees and boards, drawing and pre-
and constituents' time Mr. Ernest Corcino, Cultural Assist- enting budgets, preparing reports and
~~ments ~~~ant, USIS, Manila, Philippines, Oct. snigbdes rprn eot n
Mnentsr supervising clerical staff. M.A. in Psy-
S-'16-23; Mr. Mitsusado Inoue, Asst.Prof chology, vocational guidance or related
of History, Tokyo, University, Japan, fields; and some exp. in business or
-Oct. 16-23; Mr. Gopal S. Pohekar, Edi- inutr.Slaysin0-7./essar.
Gielgud, noted ritish ac- to-in-Chief, "United Asia",magazine, isn C.Sa ary:$6,0 C$7,0/Il. Meat
epresented Tues., 8130 P.M. India, Oct. 22-23; Mrs. Shipati Shridevi, Wlo oIcCiao 1.Ma
d. in a solo dramatic per- Principal, Prof. in Dept. of Philosophy, Packers. Dairy Technologist. Research
Shakespeare's Ages of Man." Women's College, Osmania University,yo dairy and poultry products. M.S. in
1 be on sale in1 the Audi- Hyderbad, India, Oct. 22-24; Mr. V. K. Dairy Manufacturing, Food Technolo-
c office tomorrow 10 A.M.+5 Gokak, Principal, Karnatak College, gy or Food Chem. Will consider B.S.
Tuesday 10 A.M.-8:30 P.M. Dharwar, State, India, Oct. 22-24; ]F !1with experience. Food Technologist.
re offered a special reduced Herbert A. deSouza, Principal, dit.X- Work in field of enzymes, antibiotics,
t sC ,a, a s at22-24; and Mr. Hossein Raffaty Afshar, problems, etc. Prefer Ph.D. or M.S., but
Prof. of the University of Teheran, (Law will consider B.S. with experience.
""Faculty). Prof. of the Military College, Chemist. B.S. degree in Chemistry with
emicce (English) Iran, Oct. 22-28. some experience desirable for edible
fats and oils research. Chemist. General
y 63: Make-up exam' for , analytical work with occasional pilot
n, final will be given at 1 Placem ent Nottces plant and development duties at gela-
Oct. 22, 2208 Angell Hall. tin plant located in Calumet City.
Personnel Requests: Corporation in New York. Production
ght applications and all sup- Jewish Vocational Service, Cleveland, Superintendent. Supervise manufac-
terial must be received in OhIo. 1) Director, Akron Jewish Voca- turing operations of copper tubing re-
,te School, Room 1020, Rack- tional Service. Carries responsibility for draw plant. Under direction of Vice-
by ,4:00 p.m., Mon,, Oct. 27. agency administration, interpretation President and General Manager. Age:
closing date for the 1959-60 to the community of vocational guid- 30-45. Degree in Engineering or Met-
and the deadline will not ance services, and development and allurgy desirable.
d. maintenance of the present guidance Management Consultant Firm in New
York. 1) Top Chemical Production Ex-
ecutive. Midwest location. Must have
a record of demonstrated success as a
production head or plant manager with
a highly, regarded chemical producing
company. Primary requirements, in ad,
ditlon to top technical ability, are lead-
ership, organizing skill and sound busi-
ness judgment. 2) Technical Director.
Midwest location. While prestige in his
field and recognized technical compe-
tence are important, the essential
qualities are a high degree of initiative
and the proven ability to-manage and
inspire the work of others. Should have
substantial experience with a highly
IV 'd....!i.. regarded company.

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When Robert C. Schropp was a senior
at the University of Omaha, he had
definite ideas about his future.
"I wanted a job dealing with people
-in sale' or the personnel field," says.
Bob. "When the Bell interviewer ex-
plained how much emphasis the tele-
phone companies put on sales and
customer contacts, I knew immediately
that was for me."
Bob graduated with an A.B. degree
in Business in 1954, and went immedi-
ately with Northwestern Bell Telephone
Company, in Omaha. Today, he is a
sales supervisor with seven men report-
ing to him. His group is responsible"
for recommending and selling com-
munications 'facilities like PBX switch-
boards, "hands free" speakerphones

and "push button" telephone systems
for all kinds of businesses.
"This is selling at its best," says Bob.
"Customers respect the telephone, com-
pany and the advice and service we can
offer them. So they welcome ou visits.
And I'm getting valuable experience in
business operations and in supervision
that should help me move ahead.
"Anyone who likes people-and sell-
ing-would like my job."
* * *
Why not find out about career oppor-
tunities for you, in the Bell Telephone
Companies? Talk with the Bell inter-
viewer when he visits your campus.
And, meanwhile, read the Bell Tele-
phone booklet on file in your Place-
ment Office.

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Bob Schropp holds frequent training sessions (left) to polish sales techniques. At right, he points out
some advantages of a key telephone to a customer while on a field coaching visit with one of his salesmen.
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