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search programs in progress. and the
new weather radar unit will be on dis-
play. Everyone welcome.
The following studentr-sponsored so-
cial events have been approved for the
coming weekend. Social chairmen are'
reminded that requests for approval
for social events are due in the Office
of Student Affairs not later than 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday prior to the
Oct. 31: Adams House, Anderson
House, Betsy Barbour House, Blagdon,
Mary Markley, Chi Omega, Delta Delta
Delta, Fletcher Hall, Geddes, Inter-
Cooperative Council, Kappa Alpha
Theta. Les Voyageurs, Mosher, Allen-
Rumsey, Phi Delta Chi, Phi Delta Phi,
Phi Sigma Sigma, Public Health Club,
Tappan International House.
Nov. 1: Acacia, Alpha Epsilon Pi,
Alpha Chi Sigma, Beta Theta Pi, Chi-
nese Students' Club, Chi Phi, Delta
Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Sigma
Delta, Pelta Sigma Phi, Delta Tau Del-
ta, Delta Upsilon, Evans Scholars,
Graduate Outing Club. Henderson
House, Hinsdale House, Kappa Alpha
Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu,
Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Chi, Phi Delta
Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma. Phi Kappa Tau,
Phi Rho Sigma, Phi %gma Delta, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Psi Omega, Psi Upsilon,
Reeves House, Scott House, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma
Nu, Tau Delta Phi, Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon, Taylor House, Theta Chi, Theta
Delta Chi, Theta Xi, Triangle, Van Tyne
House, Victor C. Vaughan.
Nov. 2: Phi Delta Phi.
Oct. 31: Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Nov. 1: Phi Gamma Delta,
Summary: Action taken by Student
Government Council at its meeting,
Oct. 29, 1958.
Approved minutes of previous meet-
Approved Calendar changes as fol-
lows: Cancel IHC-Assembly show sched-
uled for Nov. 1; Calendar IHC-Assembly
show on March 14 in place of Assembly
Approved following activities:
Nov. 6: International Student Asso-
ciation, lecture, "Arab Nationalism and
Democracy," Dr. Fayez Sayeg, Union,
Nov. 21: Student Government Coun-
cil, lecture "Nationalism and the Great
Community of Culture," Henry Steele
Commanger, Rackham Lecture Hall,
Accepted amendment to Interfrater-
nity Council constitution, Article IV
Officers by the addition of Section 4
relating to vacancy of an office.
Board in Review, Student Govern-
ment Council: A meeting of the Board
in Review will be held Oct. 31, 1958 at
1:30 p.m. in the Council room, Student
Astronomy Department Visitors' Night.
Friday, October 31, 8:00 p.m., Rm. 2003
Angell Hall, Dr. Hazel M. Losh will
speak on "Astronomy-Then and How."
After the lecture the Student Observa-
tory on the fifth floor of Angell Hall
will be open for inspection and for
telescopic observations of a double star
and cluster. Children welcomed, but
must be accompanied by adults.
Lecture, suspices of the Dept. of
Civil Engineering. "Atmospheric Chem-
istry," by Dr. Christian E. Junge, Nu-
clear Studies Branch, Geophysics Re-
search Directorate, Air Force Cam-
bridge Research Center. 4:00 p.m. Mo .,
Nov. 3, 1042 E. Eng. Bldg.
Preliminary Examinations in Eng-
lish: Applicants for the Ph.D. in Eng-
lish who expect to take the prelim-
inary examinations this fall are re-
quested to leave their names with Dr.
Ogden, 1634 Haven Hall. The exami-
nations will be given as follows: Eng-
lish Literature. 1550-1660, Tues., Nov.
18; English and American Literature,
1660-1790, Nov. 22; 1790-1870, Tues., Nov.
25; and 1870-1950, Sat., Nov. 29. The
examinations will be given in the
School of Bus. Admin. Bldg. Rm. 372
from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00m.
Psychology Colloquium: "Imprinting:
A Theoretical Viewpoint." Dr. Eckhard
Hess, Univ. of Chicago. Fri., Oct. 31,
Angell Hall, Aud. B.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Oct.
31, 4:15 p.m., The Observatory'. Prof.
Fred T. Haddock will report on the
Paris Symposium on Radio Astronomy.
Admission Test for Graduate Study
in Business: Candidates taking the Ad-
mission Test for Graduate Study in
Business on Nov. 1 are requested to
report to Rm. 140 Bus. Admin. Bldg.,
8:30 a.m. Sat.
Joint Seminar - Depts. of Eng. Mech.
and Civil Eng., Fri., Oct. 31, 4:00 p.m.,
Rm. 311 W. Eng. Bldg. Dr. Georg Wast-
lund, Prof. of Structural Engineering,
Royal Institute of Technology, Stock-
holm, Sweden, will speak on "Some
A representative from the Los An-
geles, Calif. City School System will be
available for interviews in the fol-
lowing cities: N.Y. Qity, Statler Hotel,
Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1; Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Univ. of Pittsburgh, Teacher Appoint-
ment Bureau, Dec. 3; Chicago, Ill. Con-
rad Hilton Hotel, Dec. 5, 6, 7 and 8.
Vacancies exist in all elementary
grades, secondary, acid special esiuca-
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 49.
U.S. Civil Service, Chicago Admin-
istration Center, U.S. Army, Chicago,
Ill. Food Technologist Examination.
GS-7 through 08-15. No closing date.
For work in the following fields of Food-
Research and Development: Cereal and
Baked Products, Confection Products,
Dairy Products, Edible Fat Products,
Flavor and Condiment Products, Fruit
and Vegetable Products, General and
Meat and Water Food Products. Appli-
cant must have successfully completed
a full four year course in an accredited
college or university leading to a bache-
lor's degree with major study in Food
Technoolgy, Food Sciences, Agriculture,
Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Bio-
State St. at North U.
Chemistry, Microbiology, Biology, and
TVA Engineers Association, Knox-
ville, Tenn. Executive Secretary. Duties
involve processing the daily business of
the Association. A combination of edu-
cation and experience in one or sever-
al of the following-fields is desirable:
Industrial relations, law, engineering
(especially combined with administra-
tive experience), personnel administra-
tion or public administration. Opening
is in Knoxville, but applicant will do
considerable traveling in the Tennes-
see Valley area.
For appointments, call NO 3-1511. Ext.
3371 or apply in person at 3528 Admin.
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
Tues., Nov. 11:
Moore Business Forms, Inc., Detroit,
Mich. Location of work: Detroit. Mich.
Graduates: Feb. Men with degree with
a degree in Liberal Arts or Bus. Admin.
for Territory Sales. The new salesman
is assigned to a District Office for in-
tegrated, on-the-job training under the
direction of the District Managerial
staff. Six months after employmeit
and the new salesman attends a series
of sales seminars at a Home Office lo-
cation after which he is assigned a,
territory of his own under the guid-
ance of his immediate supervisors.
Pacific Finance Corporation, Los An-
geles, Calif. Location of work: Home
Office, Los Angeles, Calif. Graduates,
Feb. Citizenship required. Men with
degrees in Liberal Arts or Bus. Admin.
for the following departments: 1) Fi-
nancial Division; 2) Administration
Division; 3) Legal Division; 4) Corpor-
ate Development Division; 5) Credit
Division; 6) Sales Finance Division; 7)
Consumer Loan Division; 8) Insurance
Division; 9) Dealer Services Division;
10) Pacific Finance Building. Positions
within these departments are as fol-
lows: 1) Actuarial; 2) Banking; 3) Econ-
omics; 4) Insurance including Home
Office Work and Claims Work; 5) La-
bor Economics; 6) Management Train-
ing; 7) Merchandising) 8) Personnel;
9) Public Relations; 10) Sales Promq-
tion. Additional information on this
company is available in our office.
Wed., Nov. 12:
Michigan Bell Telephone Company
(Women), Detroit, Mich. Location of
work: Detroit, State of Mich., Bell Tele-
phoae Labs. Graduates: Feb., June,
Aug. Women with a degree in Liberal
Arts, Bus. Admin. or Mathematics for
1) Economics; 2) Electric Computing;
3) Management Training; 4)a Market
Research; 5) Office Management; 6)'
Personnel; 7) Public Relations;, 8) Sta-
tistics; 9) General Writing. Positions
involve dealing with the public; re-
cruiting, interviewing and testing em-
ployment applicants, solving technical
problems - either of a local nature in
a Bell Telephone company, or of a ape-
eialized type at the Bell. Telephone Lab-
oratories in or near New York City,
training employees and management
people, preparing and writing training
material, supervising employees in their
work, planning and directing social,
recreational and educational activities
for all employees,
New England Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Boston, Mass. Location of
work: Detroit, Mich., Pomeroy Agency,
Eastern half of State of Michigan.
Graduates: Feb. and June. Citizenship
required. Work only in Detroit area.
Men with degrees in Liberal Arts or
Bus. Admin., Math., Law or Educ. for
1) Actuarial; 2) Advertising: 3) Bank-
ing; 4) Economics; 5) Insurance in-
cluding Home Office and Sales; 61 La-
bor Economics: 7) Management Train-
ing; 8) Market Research; 9) Merchan-
dising; 10) Personnel; 11) Public Ad-
ministration; 12) Inside Sales; 13) Ter-
ritory Sales; 14) Promotion Sales; 15)
Argus Cameras, Division of Sylvania
Electric Products, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Location of work: Sales out of Ann
Arbor; Mathematics - Mass. Men with
a degree in Liberal Arts or Business
Administration for Territory Sales. An
informal training program which the
trainee spends about two months in
Anil Arbor and then is assigned to a,
regional manager with a territory of,
his own. Men and womnen with B.S.,
M.S,. B.A., M.A., in; Mathematics for
Electronic Systems Division in Massa-
Boy Scouts of America, Chicago, Ill.
Location of work: anywhere in the U.S.
Graduates: Feb. and June. Men with
a degree in Liberal Arts, Bus. Admin.,'
Personnel Management, Education,
Social Sciences, or Public Relations for
Field Executive. Field Executives work
under Scout executives organizing new
scout units and seeing that established
units succeed in delivering a rich scout-
ing program to boys.
Bureau of the Budget, Washington,
D.C. Location of work: Washington D.C.
only. Graduates: Feb., June and Aug.
Bureau of the Budget functions are:
1) Preparation and administration of
the budget; 2) Improvement of Govern-
ment organization and management; 3)
Improvement of accounting and other
phases of financial management; 4)
Legislative analysis and review; and 5)
Coordination and improvement of Fed-
eral statistics. Men and women with
degree in Liberal arts and Business
Administration for positions in the fol-
lowing Divisions: 1) Office of the Di-
rector; 2) Office of the Budget $eview;
3) Office of Accounting; 4) Office of
Legislative reference; 5) Office of Man-
agement and Organization; 6) Office
of Statistical Standards. For further
information contact the Bureau of Ap-
Thurs., Nov. 13:
Bankers Life of Nebraska., Detroit,
Mich. Location of work N Ann Arbor-
Detroit-Southeastern Michigan. Gradu-
ates: Feb., June, Aug. Men, married,
23 and over, with a degree in Liberal
Arts or Bus. Admin. for Sales.
Fri., Nov. 14:
Crawford & Company, Detroit, Mich.
Location of work: Home Office, Atlan-
ta, Ga.; 104 branches in Fla., Ga., Ala.,
Miss., Tenn., N.C., Va., La.. Texas. Ark.,
Okla., Ky., D.C.. Ill., Penn., N.Y., Mass.,
Calif., Ore., Wash., N.M., Dfd, Ohio,
Ind.. Colo., San Juan, Puerto Rico and
London, Eng. Men with degrees in Lib-
eral Arts or Bus. Admin. for Insurance
Claims. Employment begins with a. six-
week training school followed by as-
signment to branch office where on-
the-job training is continued under the
supervision of the branch office man-
Federal-Mogul-Bower Bearings, Inc.,
Detroit. Mich. Location of work: Any-
where in the U.S. Graduates: Feb. Men
with a degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration for Sales Trainees.
Young men for automotive sales work
involving auto parts jobbers only.
Trainees are familiarized with sales
policies. merchandising methods and
distribution methods. Training period
is from 6-12 month working out of the
general offices in Detroit. Upon com-
pletion of training a man is assigned
to a specific territory in any of the
19 sales districts in- the U.S.
Notice to Women:
Captain I. R. Beaumont. Fifth In-
fantry, Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps.
Detroit, Mich., will be "in the lobby of
the Michigan League, Wed. through
Fri., Nov. 12-14, to talk with any young
women interested in the NrIn7es Wo'
men Officer Training Program. The Of-
ficer Training Program is open to
sophomores and juniors as well as
seniors. Administrative Officers serve
in staff assignments similar to. position
held by leading women in business.
Intelligent adults-over 21 who
demand fighting representation,
to cast their unbossed ballots to
Re-elect United States Senator
CHARLES E. POTTER
Republican State Central Committee
Two Uiersity scienltists rill
send five rocket pieces weighing
20 pounds 1.000 miles into the at-
mosphere next spring.
The research engineers in the
University Research Institute.
Leslie M. Jones and William H.
Hansen are confident that they
will be able to piece together a
simple, inexpensive laboratory of
information about the upper at-
mosphere of the earth.
The scientists are planning a
third launching of their explora-
tory rocket "Exos" which has been
successfully launched from Wal-
lop's Island. Va. twice.
To Add Stages
The "Exos" will add two stages.
consisting of a Nike and a Ser-
geant. The National Aeronautical
and Space Agency may soon give
contracts to suppliers. In return,
the University will study the up-
The studies, it is hoped, will
produce important information
about temperature, pressure, den-
sity and composition of the fringe
of the outer atmosphere. The
study is in relation to others be-
ing done in correlation to the In-
ternational Geophysical Year,
A Natural Development
The "Exos" was a natural de-
velopment of the Nike-Caiun, a
100-mile rocket. University engi-
neers have launched 70 from a
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