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WANTED: Efficient pez

8,000 Management Opportunities!

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial,
responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Building,
before 2 p.m. two days preceding
General Notices
Marshall Scholarships: Applications
for the Marshall Scholarships for study
at British universities are now avail-
able at the Scholarship Office, 2011
Student Activities Building. Applicants
must be under the age of 28 and
seniors or graduates of American uni-
versities. The scholarships are tenable
for two years and each has an annual
value of 550 pounds plus tuition fees
with an additional 200 pounds for mar-
ried men. To be insured consideration,
completed applications must be return-
ed to the Scholarship Office by October
'The Office of Veterans' Affairs will
be open this month on Sat., Oct. 8,
from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for the
convenience of veterans who are en-
rolled for classes on Saturday only.
The TBM certifications for September
should be signed at this time.,
Student Governors Conference: Sat.,
Oct. 8 at 9:30 a.m. in Rm. 3529 SAB.
Vice-President Lewis will discuss hous-
Language Exam for M.A. in History:
Fri., Oct. 14, 4:00 p.m. in Room 439,
Mason Hall. Dictionary may be used;
to be furnished by student. Sign list
in History Office, 3601 Haven Hall.
The following student-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 thant12
o'clock noon on Tuesday prior to the
October 7, 1960:
Fletcher Hall, Hayden House, Kappa
Alpha Psi. Lutheran Student Assn.,
Mosher Hall, Phi Delta Phi, Rumsey
House, Taylor House.
October 8, 1960:
Adams House, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha
Epsilon Pi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Beta
Theta Pi, Chi Phi Fraternity, Collegiate
Sorosis, Delta Chi Fraternity, Delta Sig-
ma Delta. Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Theta
Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Upsilon,
Evans Scholars, F. F. Fraternity, Gom-
berg House, Greene House, Hayden
House, Huber House, Lambda Chi Al-
pha, Nu: Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha Kappa,
Phi Delta Theta. Phi Kappa Sigma,
Phi Sigma Delta, Psi Omega, Psi Upsi-
lon, Reeves House. Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, Sigma Alpha Mfu, Sigma Chi, Sigma
Delta Tau, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi, Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Theta Delta Chi, Triangle
Fraternity, Van Tyne House, wenley
House, Winchell House.
October 9. 1960:
Zeta Tau Alpha.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at its Meeting of
Oct. 5, 1960
Approved: Minutes of previous meet-
Approved interim action: Calendaring
and approval of the Gothic Film So-
clety's 1960-61 series to be shown on
Monday evenings in Rackham Amphi-
Approved: The appointment of Mar-
tn Frank to the SGC-Ann ArborStu-
dent Business Relations Committee for
a term of one year.
Activities calendared: Nov. 10 Union-
SGC Wolverine Club jazz concert, Hill
Aud.. 7:30 p.m.
Activities calendared and approved:
Programs to be held by the Michigan
Christian Fellowship on Oct. 7, 9, 30,

That's right. There will be 8,000 supervisory
jobs, filled from within the Western Electric
Company by college graduates in just the next
ten years? How come? Because there's the
kind of upward movement at Western Electric
that spells executive opportunity. Young men
in engineering and other professional work can
choose between two paths of advancement-
one within their own technical field and one
within over-all management.
Your progress up-the-ladder to executive
positions will be aided by a number of special
programs. The annual company-wide person-
nel survey helps select management prospects.
This ties in with planned rotational develop-
ment, including transfers between Bell Com-
panies and experience in a wide variety of
fields. Western Electric maintains its own full-
time graduate engineering training program,
seven formal management courses, and a tui-
tion refund plan for college study.
After joining Western Electric, vou'll be
planning production of a steady stream of

communications products-electronic switch-
ing, carrier, microwave and missile guidance
systems and components such as transistors,
diodes, ferrites, etc. Every day, engineers at
our manufacturing plants are working to bring
new developments of our associates at Bell
Telephone Laboratories into practical reality.
In short, "the sky's your limit" at Western
Opportunities exist for electrical, mechanical, indus-
trial, civil and chemical engineers, as well as physical
science, liberal arts, and business majors. For more
information, get your copy of Consider a Career at
Western Elecric from your Placement Officer. Or write
College Relations, Room 6106, Western Electric Com-
pany, 195 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. Be sure to
arrange for a Western Electric interview when the Bell
System team visits your campus.

Nov. 6, Dec. 11, with off-campus speak-
ers; pending the approval of the Audi-
tor for Student Organizations.
Oct. 6 Young Democrats, lecture "Or-
ganization," speaker Joe Collins, Michi-
gan Union, 7:30 p.m.; pending approv-
al of the Lecture Committee and the
Auditor for Student Organizations.
Oct. 6 Challenge, mass meeting, Un-
ion room 3R-S, 4:15 p.m.
Oct. 12 Young Democrats, lecture
"Lasting Consequences of the 1960
Campaign," speaker Prof. John White,
Union room 3B, 4:15 p.m.; pending the
approval of the Auditor for Student Or-
Oct. 13 Challenge, lecture on the
rights of laborers within labor unions,
Architecture Auditorium, 3:15 p.m.
Oct. 27 Women's League, Hyde Park,
to be held on the Diagonal, 3:00 p.m.
Approved: The authorization of the
SOC Human Relations Board to spend
up to $85 in grants for The Michigan
College workshop on Human Relations,
the sum to be taken from general
Council funds.
Approved: The inclusion of a calen-
dar containing the entire year of events
which have been calendared and/or
calendared and approved by the Stu-
dent Government Council, are occur-
ring in the Union, are being sponsored
by the University, and are being spon-
sored by religious groups in every
fourth mailing of the SGC minutes;
the inclusion of announcements bring-
ing the current calendar up to date in
every second mailing of the SGC min-
utes. The administration of this cal-
endar will be the responsibility of
the Calendaring Committee.
Approved: The inclusion of the pro-
cedure for the calendaring and approv-
al of events in every fourth mailing of
the SGC mintues.
Approved: The adoption of the fol-
lowing resolution, copies of which are
to be sent to all local newspapers and
radio stations:
Tht Student Government Council of
the University of Michigan believes
passage o fthe "liquor by the glass"
proposal on November 8, 1960, would
be a welcome and intelligent decision.
Aside from creating a more progres-
sive Ann Arbor climate, the proposal,
if approved, would offer a more real-
istic appro6ch to the question of stu-
dent drinking.
It seemskreasonable to believe that
the community would benefit if local
establishments were licensed and ade-
quately controlled by the city, rather
than the present situation which per-
mits uncotrolled (by the city) sale of
liquor just beyond the city limits.
It seems implausible to believe, how-
ever, that the morality of students will
degenerate because of the sale of li-
quor by the glass in Ann Arbor. The
Student Government Council appreci-
ates the concern of the segment of
the Ann Arbor -community, but feels
that the progress of the city not be
sacrificed becase of overly-protective
considerations for student morality.
Events Friday
Psychology Colloquium: Dr.B.F
Skinner, Department of Education,
Harvard University, will discuss "The
Future of Teaching Machines" on Fri.,
Oct. 7, at 4:15 p.m. in And. B, Angell
Hall, Coffee will be served prior to
the colloquium in 3417 Mason Hall.
Everyone invited.
Chemistry Colloquium-Fri., Oct. 7,
4:00 p.m., Room 1300, Chemistry Build-
ing. Prof O. A. Reutov, University
of Moscow, U.S.S.R., will speak on
"Mechanism of Organic Reactions."
Placement Notices
Armour Research Foundation, Ill. In-
stitute of Technology, Chicago-Per-
sonnel Ass't. Unusual opportunity for
recent college graduate, male, to be
trained in personnel administration in-
cluding technical recruitment, wage &
salary admin., etc. Immediate opening.
U.S. Dept. of Interior - Geologists
needed for Geological Survey, Bureau
of Reclamation & Mines and other
agencies"throughout U.S. & and its
possessions & a few foreign countries.
B.A. or B.S. in Geology. Experience
not essential. Applications for exami-
nations must be filed by Dec. 1, 1960.
Armstrong Cork Co., Lancaster, Pa.-
Opportunities for graduates up to age
(Continued on Page 8)

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new Slide Rule, 25 scales. NO 5-9486.
USED GE 21" television at $49.50. And
used refrigerators from $29.50. H. P.
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4124. B37
USED CARPETING and padding, 28' x
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Our invitation to visit a friendly
new store handling articles on
consignment. We sell to you - or
for you - all kinds of furniture,
household items, dishes, silver, ap-
pliances, baby needs, toys, ice
skates, and bicycles.
Come In and Browse
Weekdays 'til 5:30 P.M.
Mon. and Fri. 'til 9:00 P.M.
ALL KINDS of old books at the Armory
Antique Show. Fri., Sat., Sun., Noon
to 10 P.m. B35
FOR SALE-Evergreens by employee of
chemistry stores at wholesale to Uni-
versity personnel. Priced at $2.00 to
$5.00. Junipers, yews, arborvitae,
spreaders, uprights, globes, dwarfs.
Call Michael Lee at NO 8-8574. B22
TAPE RECORDER. Knight. Tape, mike,
headphones and phono cord. $75. NO
3-6448. B30
FOR SALE - Automatic washing ma-
chine, Frigidaire, 3 years old. Call
NO 3-6995 after 6 p.m. B24
LEICA M3, NIKKOR f2.5 tele., and other
like-new equipment. Value $725.00.,
Best offer over $425. Box 2, Daily. D2
WAS THE preacher looking at YOU last
Sunday during the sermon? Find sol-
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DR. PROOD'S THOUGHT POR THE DAY: 'Tis better to have loved
and lost than to have spent the whole weekend studying.

Dear Dr. Frood: My roommate is a good guy, but
there's one thing about him I can't stand. He
wears button-down collars but never buttons the
little lapel buttons. Why is this?
Clothes Conscious

Dear Dr. Frood: The other day my roommate and I
had an argument about the difference between tradi-
tional art and modern art. What, in your opinion, is
the basic difference between these two forms?
Art Major

PICKLES and STRAWBERRY ICE- come to the rally tonight at Ferry
CREAM? Anything your little heart Field, 8 p.m. Leaving from Hill,
desires, Ralph has got it. Quads and Washtenaw at 7, con-
verging on the Union steps at 7:3d
RALPH'S MARKET Don't miss this thriller of an event.
709 Packard NO 2-3175 Come to the PEP RALLY TONIGHT
Open every night 'til midnight! at FERRY FIELD 1 1 1 P107
J19 HAPPY belated Birthday Myra. The
30-qt. Plastic Wt.99 FRENCH CLASSES by native teacher.
PlasticP Waste Basket 1. Small groups, any age 4-70. Day or
Plastic Laundry Basket 99c evening. Call 8 a.m.-8 p.m. NO 2-9541.
O-Cedar Sponge Mop 2.44 P72
Laundry Cart 2.99 PALEFACE-don't resort to the bottle,
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR HARDWARE get the real thing. .An all-expense
311 S. Main St. paid trip to Miami on Oct. 14-16 for
$99. Cost includes non-stop flights,
ALTERATIONS and sewing. Mrs. Sny- hotels, meals, and a Saturday night
der, NO 2-7968. J26 tour of the night clubs. Contact
Alva's Travel Agency. NO 2-1006. P83
PAVED, off-street parking space I block
jfrom campus. 702 E. University, Call REMINDER to all Housing Units that
SNO5-7892. EU5, are not building displays for Home-
coming. Don't forget to send your $5
SELF-SERVICE Westinghouse Laundro- to the Homecoming office for men-
Smat. 24 washers, 8 dryers. Always tion in the homecoming booklet. F96
topen. 229 Depot St., Ann Arbor. State
St. north to Depot St., turn left 1 COMING-the outside, inside, and edge.
blocks. J29P5
FOR THE FINEST in music and enter-
ROOM AND BOARD tainment contact the Bud-Mor Agen-
cy, featuring the BollWeevils, Johnny
DESIRE ONE male roommate for -nice Harvard, Dick Tilkin, the Kingsmen,
4 rm. apt. NO 3-3108. E31 Ray Lewis, Al Young, Al Blaser, Men
of Note plus many others. 1103 South
GIRL TO SHARE APARTMENT with University. NO 2-6362. P57
one other girl. $42.50 monthly, near
campus. Phone NO 3-7775 after 5. E30 FOLK MUSIC CONCERT with Mike
Seeger, Fri., Oct. 14, 8:30 in Union
SINGLE ROOM near campus. Linens Ballroom. Tickets only 90c on sale
furnished. Phone Joe-NO 3-6229. E28 at Union desk and the Disc Shop. F89
ROOM CLOSE TO CAMPUS. $6-7. PETITIONS FOR all registered student
Linen furn. 1319 Hill St. NO 2-6422. organizations for Cinema Guild spon-
E15 sorship will be available until Oct. 7
at the SAB. They must be returned
WANTED: girl graduate student to by 5 P.M. Friday, Oct. 7. 777
share room in new apartment. Full
use kitchen and living room. $37.50 'TIS BUT A DROP IN THE BUCKET
a month. 718 Lawrence. Phone NO 5- that spreads A wave of goodwill.
5125 or NO 3-0787. E12 J.I.F.C. P88
-Olympics issues now available
*Thousands of used and mint U.S. and foreign stamps
Hours: Monday and Friday 1-6 PM. BOOK SHOP
Saturday 9-6 P.M. 211 S. State

DEAR CLOTHES: Don't let this worry you. It's just DEAR ART: The examples above should settle your
that his thumbs are too big. argument. The portrait at left is traditional. The artist
has drawn Lincoln as he actually appeared. The por-
;:. >,....,., <:..,.. dtrait at right is modern. As you can see, the modern
artist has drawn Lincoln's great-great-grandson.
Dear Dr. Frood: Once and for all-is it right or
wrong for a man to marry a girl for her money?
DEAR RIGHTEOUS: Nowadays this isn't simply a Dear Dr. Frood: My favorite brand is Lucky Strike. But
matter of right or wrong. There are the tax angles unfortunately I am left-handed. Why doesn't Lucky
to consider. Strike come out with cigarettes for left-handed people?
E; Lefty
Dear Dr. Frood: I don't understand my boy friend. DEAR LEFTY: Left-handed Luckies
When we are all alone and the moon is full, he are available. Simply ask for
tells me he worships me. But during the day, he "Left-handed Luckies." They
crosses the street when he sees me coming. What come in a white pack with a redu
is wrong? L lbull's-eye. The only difference be-
tween these and ordinary Luckies
DEAR LOVELORN: Did it ever occur to you that he is that you must always smoket
may be a werewolf? them while facing a mirror.4
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