Em MICHIGAN DAILY
Gable Discusses Origin of Man
Pitfalls Hinder Research
For Schizophrenia Cause
By KENNETH WINTER
"Africa's growing contribution
to the understanding of man's
past is not widely publicized,"
Prof. Creighton Gable of North-
western University said Monday.
Speaking on "Archaeology in Af-
rica Today," Prof. Gable cited the
growing amount and value of ar-
chaeological research now being
done in Africa.
Yields from work in Africa have
been "eminently satisfactory," de-
spite the relatively small amount
of archaeological investigation
that has been done there, he com-
He said that work in Africa has
established that "there is no long-
er any substantial doubt" that
man's earliest origins are in Sub-
The discovery of remains of
creatures with human bodies and
ape-size brains provided evidence
for this conclusion, Prof. Gable
explained. He said that they were
primarily vegetarians, because
theid small teeth made it impos-
sible to tear meat.
The League Lady Says:
But, because game was more
prevalent than edible vegetables,
they developed tools with which
to hunt and eat meat, and this
tool-Making process is one criter-
ion which classes them as men.
Also, they established social co-
hesion-another human charac-
teristic - to facilitate hunting,
Prof. Gable continued.
Early Hand Tools
Africa was probably the origin
I of the hand axe, one of the ear-
liest of man's tools, he added.
These tools, developed by the Afri-
cans, later spread to Europe.
Prof. Gable explained why Afri-
can archaeological discoveries were
more meaningful than European
finds. He said that glaciers and
other disturbances had destroyed
many European remains, and that
those which survived were "not
found in context"o f their original
The African excavations, on the
other hand, contained remnants
which had not been touched by
Age of Relies
Prof. Gable pointed out one
problem which mars "the other-
wise rosy picture" of African
archaeology. Because weather pat-
terns, as well as other customary
guideposts to archaeological dat-
ing, were probably different in
Africa than in Europe, it is diffi-
cult to establish the age of the
By STEVEN HALLER t
The search for a biochemical
basis for schizophrenia has thus1
far been laden with scientific pit-1
falls, Dr. Seymour S. Kety, chair-l
man of the psychiatry department
at Johns Hopkins University Med-
ical School, said Monday.
Dr. Kety, speaking on "The1
Present Status of Biochemical1
Theories of Schizophrenia," set
forth several theories during the
course of his talk, following up3
each one by proceeding to show
the loopholes it contained.
To begin with, the average schiz-1
ophrenic individual must be treat-
ed under conditions which are
rather less than ideal, Dr. Kety
said. Mental hospitals in general
are over-crowded, and hygienic
conditions are the exception rath-
er than the rule.
These circumstances are espe-
cially important to any studies of
biological factors affecting schizo-
phrenic patients; since the re-
searchers cannot be sure whether+
observed abnormalities are due to
(or causes of) schizophrenia or the
Dr. Kety went on to discuss in1
detail various theories concerning
biochemical bases for the disease.
One of these was the notion that
perhaps a schizophrenic has a
lower rate of metabolism and
hence less oxygen is used by the
Studies of oxygen consumption
showed, however, that "it takes as
much oxygen to think an irra-
tional thought as a rational
thought," Dr. Kety said.
Causes of Abnormality
Another class of biological theo-
ries held that disturbances in the
protein balance of a schizophren-
ic were responsible for abnormal
One scientist announced several
compounds which apparently ap-
peared more frequently in schizo-"
phrenics than in normal persons.
However, his bubble was burst
when it was discovered that these
compounds were merely break-
down products of coffee.
Dr. Kety noted that the results
of biochemical research into schi-
zophrenia have so far proved dis-
"The least that one can expect
from such careful and critical ex-
amination of the problem is a far
better understanding of the ner-
vous system and of human be-
havior," he concluded.
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Stochastic Programming Seminar:
Prof. W. Allen Spivey willcontinue his
talk on "Somte Inequalities for Stochast-
ic Programming Problems" on Thurs.,
March 15, 1962 at 3 p.m. in 247A West
Ziwet Lectures: Prof. Irving Kaplan-
sky, University of Chicago, will give the
first Ziwet Lecture on "Homological
Dimension" on Thurs., March 15 at 4
p.m. in 1025 Angell Hall.
Refreshments in 3212 Angell Hall at
12th Annual Spring Dance Concert:
Modern and ballet works. Fri. and Sat.,
March 16 and 17, 8 p.m., Lydia MenI
delssohn Theatre. Tickets on sale at
the box office and the Michigan Union.
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. John
Shepard will speak on "The Role of
Floor Cues in Multiple Unit Maze Learn-
ing" on Fri., March 16 ,at 4:15 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham Bldg,
Coffee at 3:45 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for James Mil-
ler Wiggert, Civil Engineering; thesis:
"The Development of Disturbances in
Supercritical Flows," Fri., March 16, 307
W. Engineering Bldg., at 1:00 p.m. Co-
Chairmen, E. F. Brater and V. L. Street-
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
The Bendix Corp.
The Boeing Co.
Calif: Institute of Tech., Jet Propul-
Dow Chemical Co.
General Electric Co.
George A. Hormel & Co.
The Martin Co.
National Steel Corp.-Weirton Steel
Shawinigan Resins Corp.
Surface Combustion Div.
Jervis B. Webb Co.
U.S. Gov't., Nat'l. Aero. & Space Ad-
* * *
Please contact Engrg. Placement for
further information. (128-H W. Engrg.)
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of
Appointments-Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for interview ap-
pointments with the following:
MON., MARCH 19-
S. D. Warren Co., Boston, Mass.-Men;
degree Liberal Arts for prog. in Mgmt.
Trng., Sales & Sales Promotion, & Prod.
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.-Men;
degree in Liberal Arts for positions in
Sales & Sales Mgmt. Locations through-
TUES., MARCH 20-
American Seating Co., Grand Rapids,
Mich.-Men; degree Liberal Arts or
Bus. Ad. for General Mgmt. or Prod.
Control. Engl. or Journalism for writ-
ing assignments. BS in Wood Tech. for
Prod. & Process Engrg. BS in Chem.
for Res. & Dev.
Washington National Insurance Co.,
Evanston, I1,-Men; degree Liberal Arts
or Bus. Ad. for Group Insurance posi-
tions. Group Field Rep. is salaried "tech.
expert" who handles field activity.'Lo-
Procter & Gamble Co. Market Re-
search Dept.-Women only; degree Lib-
eral Arts. or Bus. Ad. for Marketing
Research Prog. Single, 21-26 yrs., driv-
er's license. Will travel throughout U.S.
conducting consumer surveys.
WED., MARCH 21-
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. -
Men; BA, BS, MA, MS in Chem., Physics,
Math., Econ., ;Stat. or Psych. for many
& various openings. Either direct place.,
ment or grad trng. prog. Location:
Standard Oil Co. (Ind+), Chicago, Ill.
-(a.m. only)-Men; degree in Econ. or
Bus. Ad. for position of Economist.
Foote, Cone & Belding, Chicago, Ili.
-Men; degrees in Econ., Engl., Design,
Journalism, or Liberal Arts for: 1) Copy-
writing. 2) Mktg. & Mkt. Research. 3)
Advertising Trng. 4) Advertising Layout.
Co. is a leading adv. agency.
United Air Lines- Stewardess will
show film, talk, & conduct question &
answer period for all interested women.
Hour-long presentation-4:00 p.m., Ad-
min. Bldg., Rm. 4051. No appointment
needed. Regular appointments held on
Thurs. at Bureau.
THURS., MARCH 22-
Battle Creek, Mich. (Harper Cheek
Schs.)-Elem., Engl., Bus. Ed., Ment.
Handi., Diag., Sci/Math, SS/Engl.
Belieview, Mich.-Fields not yet an-
Crystal Falls, Mich.-3rd Grade, Sp.
Corr., HS Libr.; Fre. or Engl. or SS.
St. Clair Shores. Mich. (Lakeview
Schs.)-Elem., Elem. Art, Vocal, PE,
Type A, Deaf, Homebound; Jr. HS Art,
Gen. Set., Math, Engl/SS, Engl/Read.;
HS Math, Engl/Math, Engl., SS, Bus.
Ed. Health Ed/PE (Man or Women).
Wayne, Mich.-Fields not yet an-
El Monte, Calif.-K-8.
La Grange, Ill. (Elem. Dist.)-Elem.,
Sci./Math, Lang. Arts/SS; Jr. HS Vocal;
Educable Ment. . Handi., Deaf-Oral,
Trainable Ment. Handi., Phys: Handi.,
Social Workers, Supv.
FRI., MARCH 23-
Clawson, Mich--Elem., Jr. HS Girl's
PE, Math, Crafts, Gen. Sci., HS Math,
SS, Girl's PE'/Engl. or Math.
Hazel Park, Mich.-Elem., Ment. Han-
di., Ortho.; Jr. HS Set., Math, Libr., HS
French, Girl's PE.
Madison Heights, Mich. (Lamphere
Schs.)-Elem.; Jr. HS Home Ec., Ind.
Arts, Educable Ment. Handi.; HS Bus.
Ed., Math/Sci., SS/Engl., Visit. Teach.,
Art, PS (Men & Women), Couns. (Wom-
an), Educable Ment. Handi. ,
Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hill Dist.) -
Elem., Sp. Corr., Music; ES Engl., Girl's.
PE, Home Ec., Math, Fre/Journ., Shop.
Waukegan, III,-HS Art, Engl., Ind.
Arts, Math, PE (Men & Women), Phys.,
SS, Slow Learner, U.S. Hist.
For additional information and ap-
pointments, contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Lee Woldenberg will interview for
Camp Indianola near Madison, Wis. This
is a boy's camp with positions open for
Waterfront, Athletics, & Arts & Crafts.
Interviews from 1:30 to 5 Thurs., March
B. Danson will interview for Camp
Winnebagoe, Maple Lake, Perry. Sound,
Ontario-Canada. All positions for men
& women counselors. Interviews held
Thurs. & Fri., March 15 & 16.
Approval for the following student-
sponsored activities becomes effective
24 hours after the publication of this
notice. All publicity for these events
must be withheld until the approval
has become effective.
Mar. 19, 20-Michigan Union, Film
Showing, "The Idea of Michigan," Un-
ion 3 R-S, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Mar. 19-Michigan Union, Speaker,
Ross Lee Finney, Union Ballroom, 8
May 17-Voice, Speaker, Kenneth
Boulding, Union 3-R-S, 7:30 p.m.
Mar. 19-Voice, Meeting of Peace Com-
mittee, Union 3-B, 7 p.m.
May 12-Barristers, Crease Ball, Law-
yer's Club, 9:30-12:30 p.m.
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black one. Please call NO 5-0471. A12
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Susie B.! We'll all
be cheering you at the Bell tonight.
BY THE WAY, what's on the other
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THURSDAY NIGHT. The Wolverine
Ragtime Five. Dancing, stomping, and
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WANTED-Two female dates, moder-
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March 30. Stimulating, intellectual
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THE ISA INVITES YOU to a PIANO
RECITAL at the International Center
on Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m.
given by Sheila Bates, special gradu-
ate student in piano. 6
SI ZENTNER and His Orchestra in con-
cert Tuesday night, March 20, 8-10
p.m. Pease Auditorium, Eastern Mich-
igan University. Tickets $1.00. On sale
at The Disc Shop. F??
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TO A FRIEND
Read the personal to S.. as you like
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did. Also a little message to you:
9 weeks 6 days and bliss will return.
Middle Class Morals Anyone? F7
When night is done and we must part,
What better w6rds than these:
I had a great time, dear heart."
"That's nice, I had a great time too."
To punctuate an evening's bliss
There is a more obnoxious way-
To try to say with a mundane kiss,
What sincere and lovely words can say.
"In the tradition of warmth"
TO S.S. (This is to the S.S. who is
Middle Class morals friend)
He's yours and He's great
But thanks for sharing
your luck of Fate.
Middle Class Morals Anyone? FS
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200 miles on completely rebuilt en-
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FOR SALE: Alfa Romeo Guilletta coupe.
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