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bian Explains Labor Neutrality Complex)

It is a "gross oversimplifica-
tion" to attribute the new neu-
tralist stance of the British Labor
Party to Communist'influence, R.
L. Leonard of the Fabian Society,
sid last night.
Leonard, speaking informally to
students at the home of Prof.
Marston Bates, of the zoology de-
partment, referred to a story in
the current issue of U.S. News
and World Report. This article
stated that the recently-adopted
Labor program, calling for nu-
clear disarmament, which might
result in. withdrawal from NATO,'
was the result of Communist agi-
"This movement left was the
result of several factors, the most
important being the defeat of the
Labor Party in last year's elec-
tion. Party leadership at that time
followed a more conservative line,
so this reaction by the radical

wing of the party is only natural,"
Leonard said.
- While there is some Communist
influence in the English trade un-
ions, Leonard termed this "only
"Actually," he pointed out, "the
Communists despise- the Labor
Party because -of its democratic
philosophy. Being interested only
in power themselves, they hold in
contempt any group which gains
control and then later relinquishes
Less Concerned
"The Labor Party in England is
probably less concerned with pure
power than any other political
group in the world. It would rath-
er remain out of'office than dilute
its ideological purity."
Nevertheless, Leonard believes
that the neutralist posture will
hurt the Labor Party because, be-
izig unpopular, it must eventually

be softened. "This switching back
and forth of position will cause
people to question the reliability
of the party," he said, adding that
such inconsistency could do "im-
mense damage."
Leonard is the deputy general
secretary of the Fabian Society
in England. The society, members
of which are intellectual heirs to
such British notables as G. B.
Shaw and R. H. Tawney, is a "re-
search and study" group affiliated
with the Labor Party. Leonard is
in this country covering the pres-
idential election and UN General
Assembly meeting as special cor-
respondent to a London weekly..
In response to a question, Leon-,
ar4 said that he believes Ameri-
can prestige has slipped in Eng-
land relative to Russia, primarily
because of the Sputnik. "These
spectacular achievements in space

cause people to equate Russian
power with American power," he
But Leonard added that this
was not necessarily a bad thing,
as it forded people to take the
Russian threat seriously.
U.S. Policy Mistaken
He also termed the American
policy toward Communist China
a "tremendous mistake." A dis-
armament agreement, even if one
could be concluded with Russia,
would be meaningless unless
China also subscribed to it.
America would then be forced to
grant concessions as a matter of
bitter necessity, whereas now such
a concession would appear like a
"'gracious gesture," Leonard said.
Leonard explained his reasons
for believing that the steel and
road transport industries should
join the list of nationalized in-
dustries in England.

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(Continued from Page 4)
medically excused from a physical edu-
cation class this fall but expects to
take a class starting in November
should report to Office 15, Barbour
Gymnasium, immediately to fill in a
schedule card.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science
and the Arts: The freshman five-week
progress reports will be due Fri., Oct.
21, in the Faculty Counselors Office
for Freshmen and Sophomores. 1213 An-
gell Hall.
5-Week Grades for Freshmen in the
College of Architecture and Design are
due by Fri., Oct., 21. Send cards to 207
Arch. Bldg.
International Student and Family Ex-
change; Open Wednesday night, 7:30-9
p.m. and Thursday morning, 9:30-11
a.m. Every week at the Madelon Pound
House. 1024 Hill St. (Basement).
Topcoats and sweaters for men and
women. Infants equipment and cloth-
ing and children's clothing. These are
available for all Foreign Students and
Families needing the above items.
Ilka Chase at Hill Tonight. Ilka Chase,
noted actress and author, will open the
University's 1960-61 Platform attrac-
tions tonight at 8:30 p.m. in Hill Aud,
Miss Chase will present a program of
readings of humorous literature on the
subject of love entitled "The Dear Emo-
tion." Tickets for the performance are
available at the Aud. box office which
is open today from 10 a.m. until 8:30
Tonight: 8:00 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. University Players present
Christopher Fry's freedom award drama,
'The Firstborn," in concert reading.
Tickets available at box office 10-8
daily. Season tickets for the Playbill
also available, $6.00 or 4.00 for S produc-
Office Space for Student Recognized
Organizations: The Student Activities
Building Administrative Board an-
nounces the opening of petitioning for
office space on the second floor of
Petitions should include the purpose,
officers, number of members, and the
need of the office space of the organi-
zation. The petitions must be placed in
the SAB box in front of the SGC secre-
tariat or in 1510 SAB before 5:00 p.m.,
Sat., Oct. 22.
Events Thursday
American Chemical Society Lecture -
Thurs.. Oct. 20, 8:00 p.m. Room 1300,
Chemistry Bldg.
Prof. James H. Brewster of Purdue
University will speak on "Conforma-
tional Dissymmetry."
Thurs., Oct. 20 at 4:10 p.m. the De-
partment of Speech will present a dou-
ble bill of one-acts in the Trueblood
Aud., Frieze Bldg. "The Wandering
Scholar from Paradise" by Hans Sachs
will be paired with "The Informer,"

an episode from Bertold Brecht's "The
Private Life of the Master Race." Ad-
mission will be free.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies open now.
Greenville, Mich.-Jr. H.S. Social Sci-
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
min. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Mon., Oct. 24 is last day to file appli-
cations for examinations for State Dept.
& U.S.I.A. This means the applications
must be in Washington at that date.
Applications are available in Bureau of
Appointments Office, Rm. 4021, Admin.
Please call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, Rm. 4021, Admin. Bldg., Ext.
3371 for appointments for the follow-
ing interviews:
TUES., OCT. 25-
Dow-Corning, Midland, Mich. - Will
interview women Chemists & Physicists
in Chemistry. Engineers in Engineering
Placement Oct. 24th.
U.S. Civil Service, 7th District, Chi-
cago, III.-The following agencies will
be represented on a coordinated re-
cruiting visit:
1) Internal Revenue Service. Gradu-
atea: Any major. Openings: Revenue
Officers (any major) and Revenue
Agents (Accounting).
2) Railroad Retirement Board. Grad-
uates: Mathematics. Openings: Statisti-
clans (men & women), Actuary, men.
3) Social Security Administration.
Representative: Robert Kehoe. Gradu-
ates: All majors. Openings: Claims Rep-
resentative Trainees (men & women).
Student Assistants, junior (men &
Upper 3 in class
4) U.S. Civil Service Commission.
Graduates: All majors. Mr. Butterbach
will represent the entire Civil Service
Commission and will provide informa-
tion about the various departments'and
positions for placement anywhere In
the U.S. Graduates who pass the gen-
eral test under the FSEE may be
qualified for the new salaries effective+
this date. (G55 $4,345/year, GS-7, $5,-
Procter & Gamble (Sales Division)
Detroit, Mich.-Graduates: Feb., Jun.,
Aug. General Liberal Arts. Location:
Anywhere in U.S. The Sales Division
offers opportunities to men who have
a basic interest in selling and who
have the capacity and the right pat-
tern of interests and abilities to en-
able them with hard work to progress
to positions of management responsibil-
ity. On-the-job training is stressed.
WED., OCT. 26, A.M.-
Ohio Oil Company (a.m.) Lansing
Sales Division-Location of work: Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky,
and Wisconsin. Graduates' February.
MEN General Liberal Arts. Three hours
of Accounting required. 44 week sales
training program before a territory is
assigned where they will have an op-
portunity to benefit from training in
personnel, public relations, business
management, advertising, credit, ac-
counting, and other related fields.
THURS., OCT. 27-
Texaco, Incorporated, New York, New
York-Graduates: Feb., Jun., Aug. Gen-
eral Liberal Arts for Sales. Sign for
interview only if interested in Sales.
Employs MEN with degree in Liberal
Arts or Business Administration for
Marketing Training Program. A large
portion of the salesmen devote full
time to counseling and assisting deal-
e arni all phases of retail merchandis-
ing. Others are responsible for sales
of automotive, aviation, marine and
railroad fuel and lubricants and indus-
trial products.
Connecticut Mutual Insurance Co.,
Detroit, Mich.---Graduates: Feb., Jun.,

Aug. Location of work: Detroit, Mich.
Insurance and Sales work. Employs
MEN with a degree in Liberal Arts,
Bus. Administration, Mathematics, Law
or Education for Field Representative.
The program consists of introduction}
to the nature of the job, its require-
meats, and opportunities; thorough{
grounding in the fundamentals of Life
Insurance; Introduction to sales and
service work, sales promotion, coaching
in both the office and the field by
the General Agent or Supervisor. Upon
meeting certain qualifications attend
the Career School at the Home office:
attendance at Company conferences4
and conventions, upon proper qualifi-
cation for general purposes of educa-
tion and stimulation.
FRI., OCT. 2-
Kroger, Incorporated, Livonia, Mich.-
Location of work: General Midwest
area. Graduates: Feb. MEN with Gen-
eral Liberal Arts for Management
Training, Merchandising, Retailing and
Transportation Programs. The train-
ing program offers a thorough instruc-
tion in the fundamentals of the food
industry and a flexible program that
broadens the horizons of the develop-
ing executive.
Engineering Placement Interviews-
128 H West Engineering Bldg., Ext.
2182. Attn.: 1961 graduates (M.S. or
Ph.D. candidates for 1961).
OCT. 20 & 21-
General Electric Company, Nationwide
-Various openings for Feb. & June
grads. Both men and women.
Manufacturing-B.S.-M.S.; A.E., E.E.,
M.E., Met., Ch.E., E.M., IE., Phys.,
Science & Instr. Engrg. for Mfg. Engrg.,
Mat'ls. Mgmt.. Quality Control Engrg.,
Plant Engrg. & Mfg. Supply.
Technical Marketing-B.S.-M.S.: E.E.,
E.M., I.E., M.E., Phys. & Science for
Application, Sales & Service Engrg.
Hdgts. Mktg.
Engn. & Science-B.S.-M.S.: Ch.E.,
Met, E., Mat'ls & Chem. for Design, R.
& D. & Production. Also B.S.-M.S.:
A.E., E.E., E.M., M.E., Math, Phys. &
Science, Instru. Engrg., & Nuclear En-
Monsanto Chem. Co., St. Louis, Mo.
-All degrees: Ch.E., E. & M.E. for De-
sign, R & D, Sales, Prod.. Pilot PlantI
Tech. Services, Systems Engrg. Bothl
men and women. Also SUMMER EM-
Great Lakes Steel Corp., Detroit,
Mich.-B.S.-M.S.: EE., I.E., M.E. & Met.
B.S-Ch.E., C.E. Feb. grads, for De-
sign, R. & D., Prod., Ind, and Plant
Engrg., Quality Control.
Union Carbide Corp., Linde Co., East-'
ern & Midwestern Area-B.S.-M.S.: A.,.
Ch.E., C.E., E.E., E.M., ME. & Met.'
Chem. & Phys., B.S.: E. Phys, for De-,
sign, R. & D., Sales & Production. Both.
men & women. Feb. & June grads.
OCT. 21-
Beloit Iron Works, Belolt, Wisc.-B.S..-
M.S.: E.E. & M.E. for Design, R. & D.,
Sales & Staff. Also SUMMER EMPLOY-
Commonwealth Edison Co., various
locations in Illinois-B.S.: E.E. & M.E..
Feb. & June Grads, for 1 yr. Trng. &
Orientation Prgm.
Honeywell, various locations-All De-
grees: A.E., E.E., E.M., I.E., & M.E. &
Instru.; B.S.: E. Phys. for Design, Res.
& Dev., Sales & Prod. Feb. grads.
R. .LeBlond Mach. Tool Co., Fosdick,
Mach. Tool, .. H. Day Co., Cleveland
Automatic Mach Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
-B.S.-M.S.: I.E. & M.E.; B.S.: E.E. for
Design, R. & D., Sales & Trng.
McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis,
Mo.-B.S.-M.S.: Ch.E., I.E. & Met. Feb.
grads only; All Degrees: A.E., E.E., B.S.-
M.S.-Prof.: M.E.; B.S.: E. Phys.; Prof.:
Applied Mech. B.S.-M.E.: E.M. June &
Aug grads for R. & D., Mfg.
The Mitre Corp., Boston, Mass.-All
degrees: E.E., Feb. grads, for Design,

in E.E., Phys. & Math. Check Place-
ment Office Oct. 20 morning. Both
men & women.
Newport Industries Co., Pensacola,
Fla.-B.S.-MS.: Ch.E. for Design. Feb.
& June grads.
Pittsburgh Che. Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
--B.S.: Ch.E. & M.E. for R. & D., Prod,,
to coordinate engr. in construction &
modification of plants.
Most opportunities are for U.S. citi-
zens--men only-unless otherwise stat-
Student Part-itme
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Administration Building, during the
following hours: Monday through Fri-
day, 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Bill
Wenrich, Student Interviewer at NOr-
mandy 3-1511. extension 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 1020, daily.
4--Salesmen - graduate students pre-
ferred, commission basis.
14-Psychological subjects, hours to be
2-Meal jobs.
3-Waiters (mean and evening hours).
3-Busboys (11 a.m.-3 p.m.).
3-Busboys (evenings).
1--Bellboy-busboy (hours to be ar-
2-Experienced clothing salesmen (1-5
p.m. Monday-Friday).
I-Apartment in exchange for jani-
torial work (married couple).
2-Rooms in exchange for light work,
and part payment.

3-Room jobs.
1-Girl to do houseworand ironing
(hours flexible).
1--Girl to live in 2-1 light
housework and care for children.
1-Experienced bookkeeper (after-
2-Waitresses (5-8 p.m., and week-
I-Apartment in exchange for jani-
torial work (married couple),

e OrganizationI
Chess Club, Meeting, Oct. 19, 7:30
p.m., Union. Bring a set & play. Watch
U.S. experts and masters in action.
Play for the U. of M. team.
* * *
German Club, Coffee Hour, Oct. 19,
3:30-5 p.m., 4072 PB.
* * *
Newman Club, Oct. 19, 8 p.m., 331
Thompson. Speaker: Prof. Grace "Nat-
ural Law," grad. meeting following.
* * *
Rifle Club, Meeting, Instruction for
new shooters, Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., ROTC
Rifle Range.
* * *
Sailing Club, Reqular Meeting &
Shore School, Oct. 20, 7:45 p.m., 311
W. Engineering.
* .
Riding Club, Joint Meeting with Drill
Team, Oct. 20, 6:50 p.m., WAB.
4 * *
6La Sociedad Hispanica, Reunion, Oct.
20. 8 p.m., 3050 FB. Movies of Peru,
dancing & refreshruepts.

PLANNING TO 04 HOME Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas? Make your flight
reservations at Alva's Travel Agency,
300 S. Thayer. The due date for pay-
ment is Nov. 1 so you'd better HUR-
RY! For information call NOrmandy
2-1006 between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M.
IT'S QUITE THE GOI Trip to Wiscon-
sin $25, Round trip transportation
and ticket included. Reservations
must be made by Thursday at 5. Call
5-8215 bet. 3 and 5,, or 5-8367 . . .
Erwin or 23153 , .. Judy. F196
YOU WON'T want to miss the most
spirited pep rally ever to be held at
the U. of M. Friday at eight on the
diag. The Wolverine Club and Home-
coming are sponsoring a rally with
fabulous entertainment.
See the Michigan Marching Band
Trampoline Clowns
Al Young
Acacia Dixieland Band
Dean Rhea
Theta Delts-IFC Champion singers.
PART-TIME PIANIST for local church.
Phone 3-9369 or 2-3737. H25
MARRIED COUPLE for children's cot-
tage. Parent's position, preferably
without children, over 24 years of
age, live in but duty evenings and
weekends only, two miles from cam-
pus compensation is apt., food, and
salary. Must be available for two
years. Mr. Rome, Washtenaw County
Juvenile Court, NO 3-7511, ext. 277.



years and over to work part time:
9 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Mon-
Fri. Telephone inquiries from our of-
fice Salary. Located at E. Liberty
and Division. For ipterview call NO
2-5697. 17

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Student Supplies
314 S. State St. Ph. 3-2481
fountain pens repaired


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Tonight thru Saturday
8:00 P.M. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Christopher Fry's freedom award drama
in Concert Reading


Ph.D., M.S., Candidates
Watch for announcement
to appear in this paper



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