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' Know Where You're Going,' Young Presidents Tell Students

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By JOHN FISCHER,
Subj ctsKeep your inspiration and know o
fwhere you're going, members of
the Young Presidents Organiza- p
ur e d Lion advised at a panel discussion"
1Tuesday night. C
!Panel moderator Frank S. Dayt
Pre - medical students should of the Condamatic Corp., Detroit, ti
major in what interests them and said that a YPO survey revealed
not necessarily concentrate onl that most of the organization's a
pre-medical subjects, a Harvarda 1,400 corporation presidents named ti
University study has said. four personality characteristics for,
Dr. Dean K. Whitla, director of! success.
Harvard's Office of Tests, who The first quality is the ability to
carried out the study said it was get along and work with people.
"Quite clear" that a student should The next most important is being
concentrate in an area of study able to organize well and analyze
which holds the most interest for problems. Then came enthusiasm,
him. "It will be his record, not his honesty, and sincerity. The fourth.
field of concentration, that the major ouality was -the ability to
medical school admission commit- influence people.
tee will evaluate." Stress Planning
The report contrasted the medi- Most of the speakers stressed
cal schools' increased awareness planning by students for successI
of the importance of a liberal arts in the business world. Marshall !
background to the trend of stu- Noecker, president of the Kauf-
dents toward "pre-mued" courses- mann Door and Window Corp.,
47 percent in 1949, 67 percent in Detroit, said, "Hang onto your
1956. plates. Don't let go of your inspira-
The study showed that those tion."
who had majored in "pre-med"' He quoted an old proverb which '
subjects-chemistry, biology and' said that anything the mind can
biochemistry-did better in their conceive can be accomplished.
first year at medical school but byj Noecker, before finishing college,
te third year stood only slightly worked out a ten year plan to
higher than those wvith broader prepare himself for business.
undergraduate background. William A. Romain, president of
And at Harvard's own medical Sherman Products, Inc., Royal
school, those who had majored in Oak, suggested that students make
social relations, psychology and plan.s for the future. "Know where
anthropology actually ranked you are going," he said.,
slightly higher by the third year Discuss Advantages '
than their pre-medical classmates. The advantages of small and
The study investigated the per- large businesses were discussed,t"
formance in American medical concerning the relative experience
schools of more than 1,000 men they give. William T. Tambke, of ,'
who were graduated from Harvard Eaton Chemical and Dyestuff Co.,
College from 1949 to 1956. Detroit, felt that working in a
The study also showed that 90 small business allowed the execu-
per cent of the 1,390 Harvard tive to be connected with all facets
College graduates who applied to of the business. It also gives the,
medical schools had been admitted. satisfaction of seeing the endpoint,

','hich is difficult when working in! pective executive should enter a! is very important to the success speakers felt that it was important! taned the presidency of a cor-# not restricted to men, however,
nly one division of a large com-E large accounting firm, He said that of the executive. at. all times. Noecker, however, poration before 40, this orgar iza- said Day-"We have three mfem~-
)any. in the large firms the accountant Discussing how the executive: mentioned that being a thinker is tion was formed to aid in the in- br h r oe.
will be doing one activity one day: terchange of ideas. In s woretominsueta.h
Jerry Baron, of the Baron Steel and another the next, thus getting' spends his time, Romain said that most important. Inodrtisueha te
^a. Toledo, also believed that in;afle udrtndn fth 'il.too much time was spent m- Day, who is a regional vice-! Includes W~omenj organization stays young, m-
ilarge corporation "you can't see municating with all facets of the1 president of YPO, explained that In order to be eligible for mem- bers are retired when they become
the whole picture,"1 Small Companies Better business, and he felt that more the organization is dedicated to bership. a prospective,- member; 49: Baron, however, who is 47, said
Noecker, however, said that in1 Romain also felt that small; time should be used for future furthering the cause of free enter- must head a corporation with a that being young is not a matter
ccounting, after becoming a Cer-z companies are better for experi- 'planning. prise and individual initiative, gross revenue of $1 million and of age. "I feel like 29 now," he
ified Public Accountant, the pros-G ence. He mentioned that the wife On individualism most of theI Composed of men who hav e at- employ at least fifty workers. It is rema rked.
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page S)
list of up-to-date positions currently
open at the Institute: Designer-Elec-
tronic Packaging, Senior Mathemati-
cian-Statistician, Mathematician-Pro-
gramnmer, Mathematician, Statistician,
Selor Research Engineers, Research En-
gineers, Research Engineer (Systems
Analysis), Junior Research Engineers,
Mechanical Engineer, Inastrument Tech-
nician, Electronic Technicians, Tele-
~vision Circuit Engineer, Physicist, Me-
teorologist, Physical Chemist, Chem-
ists, Organic Chemist, Chemical Engi-
neer, Radio Chemist, Electronics Tech-
nician, Chemical Technician, Labora-
tory Technicians, Junior Electronics
Engineer, Junior Electrical and Chemi-
cal Engineeri, Junior Physicist, Senior

IOrganization
Notices

Am. Soc. for Public Administration,
soial seminar: Ernest S. L. Ooodwin
(Capt. USN retired), "Administrative
Communications," Dec. 4, 8 p.m., Rack-
ham Bldg, W. Lecture Rm.,
Baha'i Student Giroup,, weekly meet-
ing, Dec. 4, 8:30 p.m., 725 S. Division.
Topic: "Love and Marriage."
0*0**
,Christian Science Organization, regu-
lar testimony mieeting, Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m.,
M~ich. League: check bulletin board in
lobby for rm., number.
" " "
Congregational anid Disciples Guild,
social action meeting, Dec. 4, i2 noon,
Guild House.
Kappa Phi, cabinet meeting1, Dec. 4,
7:15 p.m., Green Room, First Metho-
dist Church.
" " "
Modern Dance Club, meeting, dance
technique lesson, composition work,
Dec. 4, 7:15 p.m., Bairbour.
/Wesleyan Guild, cookie decoratingj
party with international students, Dec.
5, 8 p.m., Wesley Lounge,
Young Republicans, Dec. 4, 8:30 p.m.
Mich. Union, Rmn. 3C. Speaker: Glbert
E. Bursley, "H1ow the Unied States is
teilin gits story to the world." Also
movie on U. S. Information Agency.
Interested students welcome.

Physicist, Metals Physicist, Physicist
(Electronics), Industrial Economist,
Operations Analyst, Reference Librar-
ian, Technical Editor, Order Librarian,
and Contract Administrator.
Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo,
N.Y., has the following openings for
experienced engineers and scientists:
Aerodynamic Group Leaders, Aerody-
namicist, Stability and Control Group
Leader, Aero. Beating Analysts. Group
Leader-Flight Control Systems, Group
Leader-Performance, Group Leader-
Stability and Control, Development En-
gineer, Senior Technical Specialist, Per-
formance and Stability and Control,
Group Leader-Heat Transfer, Research
Aerodynamicist. Stabililty and Control
Enginee~r Structtres Engineer, Solid
Propellant Rocket Engine Specialist,
Thermochemnistry Specialists, Turbo-
jet Specialist, Ramjet Specialists, Ra-
dar Engineer, Physicists, Flight Con-
trol Instrumental Engineer, Flight
Control Systems Development Engineer,
Reliability Systems Engineer, Inertial
Guidance System Engineer, Electronics
Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Reli-
ability Engineer, Dynamics Engineer,
Mathematical Supervisor, Static Aero-
elastician, Dynamic Aeroelastician,
Flutter Analytical Engineer, Power
Plant Controls Designer. Propulsion
Systems Designer, Design Engineer, Hu-
man Engineer, Weapons System Engi-
neer, Development Engineers, Prelim-
inary Design Engineers, Systems Ana-
lysts, and Sales Engineers.
Saint Agnes Hospital, Fresno, Calif.,
has an opening for a Dietitian. Serve
an average of 130 to 150 trays per meal
with cafeteria which serves 150 meals
per dlay.
If there are any questions concern-
fng. the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.
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