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percentage of their contributions to the
College Retirement Equities Fund, or
to apply for or discontinue participa-
tion in the Equities Fund, will be able
to make such changes before Dec. 12
1958. For additional information please
contact the Retirement Records Office,
3057 Admin. Bldg., Ext. 619. or come in
to sign the necessary papers,
February Graduates: You may order
your announcements and invitations
for graduation in the basement of the
S.A.B. Tues., through Fri., from 1-5 p.m.
Orientation: All experienced orienta-
tion leaders who wish to lead a group
this spring please come to the Union
Student Ofices the week of Dec. 8 be-
tween 3 and 5.
Agenda, Student Government Coun-
cil, Dec. 10, 1958, 7:30 p.m., Council?
Minutes of previous meeting.
Officer reports: President: letters:
Executive Vice-President, Evaluation
Committee appointments; Administra-
tive Vice-President, Interviewing and
Nominating Committee appointments:
Treasurer, Financial report.
Personnel Director: Christmas tea.
Standing Committees: National and
International, Exchange program: Pub-
lic Relations; Education and Student
Welfare; Student Activities Commit-
tee, Activities; Elections.
Forum Committee, report,
Old Business,
New Business: Free University of Ber-
lin motion.
Members and constituents time.
Paul Rudolph, Architect, Chairman
of the Dept. of Architecture, Yale. Uni-
versity School of Art and Architecture,
will present an illustrated lecture on
Tues., Dec. 9, at 3 p.m. in the Arch.
Aud. Sponsored by the Dept. of Archi-
tecture, students, faculty and the pub-
11c are invited,
Sigma Xi announces Prof. Leo Gold-
berg, Astronomy, and Prof. James H.
Zumberge, Geology, will present "Re-
cent Impressions of Soviet Science and
Education," color slides, Wed., Dec. 10,
8:00 p.m. Rackham Amphitheater. Pub-
lic invited. Refreshments served.
Mathematics Club will meet on Tues.,
Dec. 9, 8:00 p.m. W. Conf, Rm. Rack-
ham Bldg. Prof. Leo Goldberg, chair-
man of the Dept. of Astronomy, will
speak on "Astronomy from Artificial
Harry Levin, Prof. of English and
Comparative Literature, Harvard Univ.,
will lecture on "Literature and Exile"
on Wed., Dec. 10, 4:10 p.m. Aud, A. The
public is cordially invited.
Speech Assembly, 4 p.m., Wed., Dec.
10, Rackham Assembly Hall. Dr. H. Clay
Harshbarger, chairman, Dept. of Speech,
Univ. of Iowa, will speak on "Mass
Media in Communications."
Academic Notices
Foreign Student Scholarships: Ap-
plication blanks may be obtained at the
International Center. Applications must
be turned in to the appropriatae Com-
mittee member by Dec. 17. The For-
eign Student Scholarship Committee
will meet on Dec. 18 to award scholar-
Botanical Seminar: Dr. Peter B. Kauf-
man, Dept. of Botany, will speak on
"Morphologic Development of the
Shoot in Grasses," Wed., Dec. 10, 4:151

Doctoral Examination for Sylvester
Joseph Wodka. Political Sciences; thes-
is: "Some Correlates of Political Sta-
bility in a Polish-Language Voting Pre-
cinct in the Detroit Metropolitan Area."
Tues., Dec. 9, 4609 Haven Hall, at 2:00
p.n. Chairman, S. J. Eldersveld.
Doctoral Examination for Virginia
Long Bailey, Botan; thesis: "A Revi-
sion of the Genus Ftelea," Wed., Dec.
10, 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg., at 9:00 a.m.
Chairman, R. McVaugh.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors
who will be on the campus this week
on the dates indicated. Program ar-
rangements are being made by the In-
ternational Center; Mrs. Clifford R.a
M'r. Pao-shu Chang, member of the
National Yuan (Parliament), and Prof.
at National Taiwan Univ., Formosa,
Dec. 10 and 11; Interpreter: Mr. William
The following visitor will be on the
campus this week. Program arrange-
ments are being made by Miss Ruth
Skentlebury, Center for Japanese Stu-
MSr. Yutaka Kobayashi, Chief of In-
vestigation Section, Japan Information
Center of Science and Technology,
Japan, Dec. 13 through 18.
Placement Notices
Personnel Requests:
Arizona State College, Flagstaff, Ariz.,
has a new position open for a Business
Manager, Duties: Supervising the pur-
chasing of college equipment, building
the budget, and teaching 1 class in ac-
counting. Prefer person with a CPA
rating and MA degree in accounting.
State of Michigan Civil Service Com-
mission, reports vacancy in the fol-
lowing areas: Nurses, Doctors, Psychol-
ogists, Social Workers.
City of Detroit, Civil Service Com-
mission, has on file withi the Bureau of
Appointments continuing examinations.
Courtesy Associates, Washington,
D.C., is looking for a female Liberal
Arts graduate who is alert, enthusias-
tic, ambitious, quick thinking, with an
insight into human nature and a de-
sire to help people with their business
problems. Exp. not essential. They op-
erate their own inteinsive training
course. Are interested in interviewing
students over Christmas vacation.
For further information concerning
the above positions, contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin., Ext. 3371
Summer Placement:
Summer positions available with the
City of Detroit at the Detroit Zoo. For
more information contact Mr. Ward D.
Peterson, D528 S.A.B.
Personnel Interviews:
The following companies wil Tbe in-
terviewing at the School of Engineer-
ing, 347 W. Engrg.,
Dec. 8: Boeing Airplane Co., Seattle,
Wash., and Wichita, Kansas. Ph.D.:
Aero., Ch.E., Civil, Elec., E.M.,,Ind.,
Instr., Mech., Met., Nuclear, Chem.,
Physics, Math., and Biochem. Must be
U.S. citizen. Type of work: Guid. Res.
Dec. 8: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers,
Detroit, Mich. B.S.: Civil. M.S.: Civil
and Cons. Ph.D.: Civil. Type of work:
Des. of Constr. Projects.

p.m.. 1139 Nat. Set. Refreshments will
be served at 4:00 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Roland Al-
exander Nagle, Education and Psycholo-
gy: thesis: "Trait Differences Between
and Within Etiological Classifications,
of Severely Retarded Children." Tues.,
Dec. 9. 7611 Haven Hal, at 9:00 a.m.
Chairman, W. L. Hays.


Dec. 9: Aeronutronlc Systems, Inc., a of class only. Also summer, if schedule
subsidiary of Ford M:otor Co., Neiport permits, upper 20 per cent of class only.
Beach, Calif. B S.: Aero.. Ch.E., Elec., Type of work: Des.; Res. and Decv.;
E. Math., E.M., E.Phvs., Mech,, Meteor, Sales: Prod.
Met. and Science. A S.: Aero.. Ch.E., Dec. 11 and 12: Boeing Airplane Co.,
Elec., EM., Insr.. Mech., Meteor., Mei-. Seattle, Wash., and Wichita, Kansas
and Nuclear. Ph.D.: Aero.. Ch.E. Elec.. B.S.: Aero., Ch.E., Civil, Elec., E. Math,
E-'.. Instr., Miech., Met. and Nuclear. E.M., E. Phys., Ind. Mech., Matls, Met.,
Must be U.S. citizen. Type of work: Physics, Math. and Biochem. B.S. can-
Des.; Res. and Dev. didates must be Feb. grads. Type of
Dec. 9: Great Lakes Carbon Corp., work: Des.: Res, and Dev.; Prod. M.S.:
Niagara Falls.. N.Y. B.S.: Ch.E., Elec., Aero., Ch.E.. Civil, Elec., E.M., Ind,.
Ind., Mech., and Met, M.S.: Ch.E. Tvpe Instr., Mat'ls, Mech., Meteor., Met., Nu-
of work: Res, and Dev.; Des.; Prod.; clear. Physics, Math. and Biochem.
Sales. Ph.D.: Aero., Ch.E., Civil, Elec., E.M.,
Dec. 9: Peerless Cement Co., Detro Ind.. Instr., Mech., Met., Nuc., Chem.,
and PortsHmnron, MicDr. B.S.CE Physics., lath., and Biochem. Ph.D.
SCivil, Ind, and Ma's. Feb. and June Cand. unable to schedule appointment
graduates. Tped oflo. tadt inuTech, on Dec. 8, may sign for interview on
wrkt- Advane in wOr. Marngeet. Dec. 11 or 12. Must be U.S. citizen.
iec 9Ad: cenalt OChemicalsag nCorp., Dec. 11: Norden Laboratories, White
W :andotte,nMich., M mS. and B.S.: Ch.E, Plains, N.Y., Stamford, Conn, B.S,:
\Maln Type of work laes. nd.Dev.; Elec., E. Phys. and Mech. M.S. and
Prod. Ph.D.: Elec, and Mech. Must be U.S.
Decd.9 ecitizen. Type of work: Des.; Res. and
Dec. 9: Texas Instruments, Inc.. Cen- Dev.
tral Research Lab., M.S. and Ph.D.: Dec., 11 (a.m. only), Phillips Petro-
Elec., Chen. and Physics. Must be U.S. leum Co. Atomic Energy Division, Ida-
citizen. Type of work: Data Systems ho Fall, Idaho. B.S.: Elec., E. Math.,
and Earth Sci. Semiconductor Coin- E. Phys., and Mech. M.S. and Ph.D.:
ponents Division: I.S., B.S., and Ph.D.: Elec., Instr., Mech., and Nuclear. Must
Ch.E., Elec., MTech., Chem., Physical be U.S. citizen. Type of work: Des.;
Chem., and Physics. Must be U.S. citi- Res. and Dev.; Sales: Prod.
zen. Type of work: Transistors, diodes, Dec. 12: E. I. du Pont de Nemours &
rectifiers, capacitors, etc. Co., Inc. Ph.D.: Ch.E.. E.M., Mech., Met,
Dec. 11: Ashland Oil & Refining Co., and Nuclear. Also Summer: For grad.
Ashland, Ky. B.S.: Ch.E. Civil, E. ath. students working toward Ph.D. degree.
and Mtech. \LS. and Ph.D.: Ch.E. Must Must be U.S. citizen. Type of work:
be male U.S. citizen, upper 40 per cent Res. and Dev.


The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Adniin. Bldg., Ext. 3371.
Wed., Dec. 10:
YWCA k Young Women's Christian As-
sociation of America), Lansing. Mich.
Graduates - Feb.. June. Location of
work: Anywhere in the U.S. Women
with an A.B. or doing undergraduate
work in Phys. Educ., Rec.. Soc., Psych.
and related areas for positions within
the YWCA.
Thurs., Dec. 11.:
Mutual Benefit Life, Newark. N. J.
Location: Ann Arbor or Detroit. Gradu--
ates: Feb., June., Aug. Citizenship re-
quired. Men with any degree in Liber-
al Arts or Business Ad. for Sales. Men
who have completed their junior year
will also be eligible for part-time work
with this company.
Fri., Dec. 12:
Office of th Secretary of Defense,
Washington, D.C., Location of work:
Washington, D.C. Graduates: Feb., any
degree in Public Admin., Bus. Admin.,
Poli. Sci., or Econ. for Executive
trainee, Initially, by means of readings
and conferences with agency officials,
all trainees receive a 60-day orientation
in the history, mission and orgaiza-
tion of this office. The remainder of
the first year is devoted to rotation as-
signments in program or administrative
service areas. The appointments are
made from the Management Intern Op-
tion of the Federal Service Entrance

MINUS 9.7%
first eight months 1958
compared some period 1957


China's Economic, Military Strength
Exerts Influence on World Affairs
recession in America, but United Chinese scientists, though com-
Assoeiated Press Foreign News Analysl States steel capacity remains con- petent, are only beginning to study
tary strength of Red China is siderably more than 10 times that therfundamentals of nuclear
ekerting a, deep and continuallyofRdCia power.
Increasing influence on world A similar picture prevails in No Reliable Figures
affairs.other economic fields such as elec- In military strength there are
Red China is already a big p tric power. In the most modern of no reliable figures on Red China's
by generally accepted definitions, industries, such as electronics and strength. However, it seems likely
It seems obvious that with large- chemicals, Red China has hardly that its armed forces have roughly
acale Soviet assistance, and bar- begun to enter the modern era- about as many men in them as
ring a political upheaval or war, In nucleonics, for example, it those of the United States. And
this Far East colossus will in per- has to date only one known experi- behind the Chinese Communist
haps from two to four decades' mental nuclear reactor, recently armies stands a population of
time become a rival of the United put into operation with Soviet around 650 million people to sup-
States and the Soviet Union as one technical assistance, and no nu- ply replacements and recruits.
of the world's superpowers, clear weapons unless such have The important element in judg-
Red China has an area slightly been supplied by the Soviet Union, ing Red China's strength is not the
larger than that of the United statics of the situation-the cur-
States (including the 49th state, rent position-but its dynamics-
Alaska). China's population is emlOCratS the direction of trend. Here one
nearly four times that of the cannot escape the fact that Com-
United States, 1111munist China is the biggest
Territory Less hoose "growth situation," as a stock
In comparison with the Soviet broker might put it, in the world
Union, Red China's territory is Robert G. Hall, recent unsuc- today.
only a little less than half that of cessful candidate for congress, has Red China's economic strength is
the USSR. But Red China's popu- been named chairman of the Sec- growing by leaps and bounds as
ration is a little more than three ond Congressional District Demo- Soviet aid pours in and the Peiping
times that of Russia. cratic organization, regime puts the entire enormous
It is in industrial and general The Cement City educator suc- population of China to work at
economic development that Red ceeds James H. Coller of Adrian building up military-economic hit-
China is far behind both the in the two-year chairman's post. ting power.
United States and the Soviet Other officers elected were Mrs. Impossible To Surpass
Union. Wendell Fox of Ann Arbor, chosen And even if the United States
For example, in 1957 Red China's secretary and George W. Groth of were making some significant ef-
announced steel output was a little La Salle, who was reelected treas- fort to increase its economic pro-
less than one-tenth that of the urer duction and strength-which it is
Soviet Union. The figure repre- The second district includes not-it would still be impossible
sents one-twentieth the maximum Jackson, Lenawee, Monroe and for the United States to match
steel output of the United States Washtenaw counties, fully the growth rate in Red
in the year 1956. Each county sent its member- China.
Comparison Favorable ship delegations from their Demo- The simple reason for this is
True, the comparison would be cratic County Committees. The that the United States is a mature
more faborable for Red China in election was held at a recent and developed country while Red
1958 because of a rapid rise in Red regular meeting of the Democratic China is underdeveloped.
China's steel production compared County Committees of this area. Like it or not, the fact is that
to the slower rise in the Soviet The Committee met at the City Red China's growth is changing
Union and the fall-off due to the Hall in Tecumseh. the world's balance of power.
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
Tickets and Information now available in
Union Student Offices

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