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Study Cites Mental Response


To escape from stress in a sit-
uation, a schizophrenic is likely
to resort to remote thinking proc-
esses, Bertram E. Garskof, Grad,
reports in a recent study..
Using the Minnesota Kent-Ros-
anoff Word Association Test,
Garskof tested male schizophrenics
in two situations, one of normal
conditions and one where a dis-
turbing continuous sound was
played throughout the testing per-
He found that the control or
normal group reacted conversely
to the groups of schizophrenics.
The normal group gave more com-
mon responses to the test under
the stress while the schizophrenics
gave the more common responses
in the normal conditions.
(In the test a word is given and

the subject is asked to respond
with the first word that he thinks
of. The most common reaction is
the one most frequently given,
based on an original test group
of 1,000 people. For example, the
most common association with the
word black is white.)
Garskof believes that the schizo-
phrenic is unable to face the stress
situation. Consequently he escapes
through remote, farfetched think-'
This differs from the normal
person who escapes from the stress
situation by leaving, or in this case
by finishing and leaving the ex-
periment as quickly as possible.
Normal Person
Thus, while the normal person
feels that he has more time to
respond under normal conditions,
he is pushed into quick answers by

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the stressed conditions and replies
with the most common response.
But the schizophrenic does his
escaping through his thinking,
Garskof noted. He takes more time
to respond and returns less com-
mon responses.
Garskof did the study in an at-
tempt to support the theory of
Prof. Sarnoff Mednick of the
psychology department.
Anxiety Level
Prof. Mednick believes that early
schizophrenics start with an ab-
normally high level of anxiety.
They learn to ease this by remote
thinking and finally end in a
state of subnormally low anxiety
maintained by a generalized es-
cape thought pattern.
Garskof noted that there was
some evidence to believe early
schizophrenics may have a high
level of physical arousal. They al-
so take a longer time to recover
from such arousal. There is fur-
ther evidence that chronic schizo-
phrenics have a reduced arousal
He noticed in his own report
that the older subjects, schizo-
phrenics, were more affected by
the arousal stimulus than the
younger. (The arousal stimulus
was the continuous sound.)
'U' S.A.udents
May Receive
AMA Loans
The University definitely in-
tends to participate in the Ameri-
can Medical Association's new loan
program to help medical students,
interns and physicians in residency
complete their training, Associate
Dean of the Medical School Char-
les Tupper said yesterday.
Applications are now available,
and seieral loans have already
been granted.
"Loans will be granted as rapid-
ly as we can process the increas-
ing flow of applications," Lyman
J. Smith, director of the loan
program at the AMA's Chicago
headquarters, noted, as reported
in a recent newspaper article..,
Smith said that the loan pro-
gram represents an attempt to in-
crease the number of good doctors
in the profession. Loans will mean
an opportunity for many to spend
more time in productive study, he
indicated. For others they will
mean uniting families by freeing
wives from outside work.
University of Michigan
Hootnanny Sat., April 21,
At Trueblood Aud.
With Jesse Fuller,
Bob Dillon, Perry Lederman
and many others from Oberlin,
Chicago, UM, WSU, MSU,
Wisconsin and all points West

(Continued from Page 4) t
The University of Michigan Marching
Band will participate in the Michigrasj
Parade on Fri., April 27. Uniform will
be black shoes, black socks, dark trous-
ers and Band Jacket. Music and instru-
ments will be checked out a Harris Hall
on Thurs., April 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. All
men are asked to register with Mr.
Cavender at Harris Hall by April 20, so
that a marching formation may e£
established and a proper distribution
of parts for music be determined.
Open registration for the next series
of Reading Improvement classes will be
held on Thurs., April 5 at 1610 Wash-
tenaw (corner of Hill). The course is
non-tuition, non-academic. (Content:,
speed reading, comprehension, study
techniques, test making techniques,
vocabulary, spelling.)
Facuilty, College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: Midsemester reports arej
due Fri., April 6, for those students
whose standing at midsemester is "D"
or "E." The green report cards for
freshmen and sophomores should be
sent to the Counselors Office for Fresh-
men and Sophomores, 1213 Angell Hall;
white report cards for juniors and
seniors to the Counselors Office for
Juniors and Seniors, 1223 Angell Hall.
Students not registered in this college
but who elected L.S.&A. courses should
be reported to the school or college in
which they are registered.
Students, College of Engineering: The
final day for removal of incompletes
will be Fri., April 6. Petitions for ex-
tension of time must be on file in the
Recorder's Office on or before Fri.,
April 6.
Students, College of Engineering: The
final day for dropping courses without
record will be Fri., April 6. A course
may be dropped only with the permis-
sion of the program adviser after con-
ference with the instructor.
Library Hours During Spring Recess:
The General Library, the Undergraduate
Library, and divisional libraries will be
open on regular schedules until noon
on Sat., April 7. The University Libraries
will be open on short schedules from
Mon., April 9 through Fri., April 13.
Libraries will be closed Sun., April 8
and April 15, and also Sat., April 14.
The General Library and the Under-
graduate Library will be open from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon. through Fri.,April
9-April 13. Vacation hours for divisional
libraries will be posted on the doors of
each library. All libraries will resume
regular schedules Mon., April 16.
Foreign Student Tuition Scholar-
ships: The deadline for receipt of ap-
plications is April 15. Forms are avail-
able from the Counselors in the Inter-
national Center.
Film showing: SAC Combat Competi-
tion, 1960, and SAC Film Report, April
1961. both movies showing up to date
methods and weapons of the Strategic
Air Command, will be shown by the
Arnold Air Society in the Multipurpose
Room on the third floor of the Under-
graduate Library at 4:05 p.m. on April
4 and 5.
Degree Recital: Matt Halonen, organ-
ist, will present a recital on Thurs..
Aprii 5, 8:30 p.m., in Hill Aud., in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for the
degree Bachelor of Music. Assisting Mr.
Halonen will be David Wolter and Jack
McKimmy, trumpet; Louis Stout,
French horn; Kay Miesen and Charlotte
Wilsoy, trombone. Open to the general
Speech Department Laboratory Play-
bill: Edward Albee's "The American
Dream," Thurs., April 5, at 4:10 p.m.
Arena Aheatre, Frieze Bldg. Admission
Lecture Series on "The Place of Albert
Einstein in the History of Physics":
Prof. Cornelius Lanezos, School of Theo-
retical Physics, Dublin Institute for
Advanced Studies, will speak on "Rie-
mannian Geometry and Einstein's
Theory of Gravitation" on Thurs., April
5 at 4 p.m. in Aud. B.
University Lecture Series on Psychol-

ogy and Religion. Dr. O. Hobert Mowrer,
Resear'ch Prof. of Psychology, University
of Innois, will speak on "Personal
Guilt" Thurs., April 5, 4:15 p.m. Aud.
A, Angell Hall. Open to the public.
Social Seminar: West Conference Rm.
Rackham Bldg. at 8 p.m. on April 5.
Dean Myron E. Wegman School of
Public Health, will speak on "Adminis-
trative Problems in International
Health." Refreshments will be served
after the meeting. Everyone is welcome.
Appointments-Seniors and graduate
students, please call Ext. 3544 for inter-
view appointments with the following:
Bankers Life and Casualty Co., Chi-
cago, III.-Men and women; all degrees
with major in appro. field for following
progs.: Actuarial, Adv., Elec. Comput-
ing, Insurance, Mgmt. Trng., Mkt. Re-
search, Office Mgmt., Personnel, Secre-
tarial, Writing, Publ. Relations, etc.
Central Intelligence Agency, Wash-
ington, D.C. - Locations: Washington
and overseas. (1) Jr. Officer Trng. Frog.
-BA no specific major. (Women-MA),
(2) Other professional positions-all
degree levels in Lib. Arts., Geography,
Art, Engnrs., Chem., Biol. and many
others. (3) Clerical and Secretarial-
Women; AB any field plus typing and/
or sten. Can go overseas in 12-18 mo.
(4) Editorial positions BA or MA; major
in social st. or Engl.
American National Red Cross-Men
and Women; degree any field for posi-
tins in Publ. Admin., Social Work, Rec-
reation, and Community Organization.
(Also Women-Jr. and Sr. for Summer.)
Location: Midwestern areas.
CIA (see Tues.) -
Employers Mutuals of Wausau, Wau-
sau, Wis.-Men; degree any field Liberal
Arts or LLB for various insurance
progs. Women considered only for jobs
as Audit Reviewers.
American Hospital Supply Corp.,
Evanston, I1.-Salaried trng. progs. for
Mgmt. & Mktg. candidates now open
for men bet, ages of 22 and 28. (1)
Industrial Mktg. prg.-BA or MA Liberal
Arts or Bus. Ad. (or Sci. degree). (2)
Staff Mgmt. Trainee Prog.-Libl. Arts
or Bus. Ad. degree. (3) Finance Mgmt.
Trng.-Minimum 10 hrs. in accounting.
Mon., April 16, the following schools
will be at the Bureau to interview
candidates for the 1962-63 shool year.
MON., APRIL 16--
Detroit, Mich.-Al fields. SS majors
for substitutes only.
Marshall, Mch.-Elem., Ment. Hand.,
Vocal/6th gr. band, Latin; Jr. HS Girl's
PE, Sc/Math, Engl.; HS Girl's PE,
Gen. Math/Ag., Debate/Speech, Govt/
Econ., Home Ec., Ind. Arts.
Arlington Heights, Ill.-Elem., Elem.
Vcal, Elem. Gril's and Boy's PE; Jr. HS
Lang. Arts/SS, Math/Sci., Art/Vocal,
Ind. Arts/PE, Home Ec., Girl's PE, Vocal,
Girl's PE/Sci., Home Ec/Sci., Fre.; Educ.
Ment. Retard., Sp. Corr., Sch. Music,
Soc. Work.
Rochester, New Work (Greece Central
Sch. Dist)-Elem.; Jr. HS Engl., S., SS,
Math, French, German, Span.; HS
Engl., Bus. Ed.
Bay City, Mich.-Eng., Math, Latin,
Girl's PE.
Birmingham, Mich.-Elem., Art; Jr.
HS Engl/SS, Sp. Corr., Engl., French,
Span., Russ., Guid. (wman), Home Ec.,
Orchestra (Mapor in Strings), Libr.,
Math, Phys. Sci/Chem. Phys. (PSSC),
Remed. Read., Rem. Read., Vocal Mus.,
HS Spec. Educ. (man).
Nashville, Mich.-PE/Driver Ed./Coa.,
Jr. HS Engl., Chem/Phys/Math, Biol./
Ben. Set., Jr. HS Math/Coach. "
Ortonville, Mich.- Elem., Engl/SS,
Villa Park, Ill.-All Elem. -
Rochester, N.Y.-Elem.; Phys. & Ment.
Handi., Sp. Ther., Engl., Math, Sol.,
Lang., SS, Bus.,
Mansfield, 0.-Fields not listed.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, 665-1511, Ext.
Wolverine Boys' State-East Lansing,
Mich. Positions open for counselors be-
ginning Tues., June 12, at 5 p.m. thru
Thurs., June 21, 6 p.m. $60 for session
plus room and board. Come to Summer
Placement for interviews.
Wolverine Girls' State-Ann Arbor,
Mich. Positions open for counselors be-
ginning Mon., June 18, through Fri.,
June -29. $50 for session plus room and
board. Come to the Summer Placement
for interviews.
The Summer Placement Service has a
list of camps in the East that will see
students during Spring vacation for
personal interviews..
The Jayson Camps-Camp Monterey
for Boys and Owaissa for Girls-Mass.
All positions for upperclassmen and
techers, men and women. Wishes to
interview interested applicants from
Conn. and nearby N.Y. and N.J. people
either at Greenwich or N.Y. City during
spring vacation. Mr. Al. Jayson will
come to the Summer, Placement to
Interview on Wed., Thurs., and Fri.,
(Continued on Page 8)

WILL PERSON taking wrong jacket
at Old German Friday call 5-0106.
WARUM werden Sie nicht die Haare
waschen lassen? Sie sind nicht rein,
und Ihr Kopf hat kieine, weisse Sa-
chen Um Gottes willen! t Fl
GIRL WANTED to share 4-bedroom
house with 3 other girls on Packard.
NO 3-1342. F12
TOMORROW NIGHT, the Wolverine
Ragtime Five (plus 2),tfor dancing,
listening, and what have you. At
the American Legion, 1035 S. Mai,
9-12. F13
TONIGHT. The major cultural event
of the year! Wolverine Ragtime 5
plus 2 for dancing, listening, etc. At
the American Legion, 1035 S. Main,
9-12. F
Flying hone for vacation? Take WIL-
LOPOLITAN, bus service to the air-
ports Tickets on sale now in the
fishbowl. F5
though you aren't the early bird, it's
not too late. Join the UNION STAFF
NOW! ! Call Personnel Chairman NO
2-4431, Ext. 1030. F6
How to enjoy your Spring Vacation
more! Read fiction, humor plus trav-
el tips on Ft. Lauderdale, Nassau,
Aspen, Mexico, Bermuda in CHAFF,
The Feature Magazine for Michigan
Students. On sale THURSDAY on
the Diag. F7
Hurry! Pick up your petition in the
League Undergrad office. F5
I DREAMED I flew from Detroit to
London for $326 round trip on a BOAC
turbo-jet. You can too!! June 20 to
Sept. 4. Call Doug or Sam, NO 5-9195.
From our mines to you
at considerable savings
Robert Haack Diamond Importers
First National Bldg., Suite 504
By appointment only, NO 3-0653
SUMMER-Redecorated apt for three.
1005 Packard. $145/mo. includes gar-
ages Call NO 2-9181. CS
ON CAMPUS. Now taking applications
for summer and fall furnished apart-
ments and parking. Call NO 2-1443.
A LIMITED NUMBER of efficiency one
bedroom and two bedroom apartments
ayailable in April, May, and June.
Apply at University Family Housing
Office, 2364 Bishop Street, North
Campus, or phone 662-3169 or 663-
1511, ext. 3569. C4
More of everything for everybody at
Huron Towers . . . we can furnish
the apartment of your choice at
reasonable additional monthly rates
(rates on request) . . we bus our
tenants to campus, downtown, hos-
pital area in our private "Trans-
porter" . . . We have large private
grounds with patio, swimming pool
and sun decks . . . carriage room
for "garaging" strollers. We heat
and air condition your apartment.
Shops off the lobby which include
Marilyn Mark's Hair Stylists, Trojan
Laundry, O'Grady Barbers will serve
most daily needs. But see it all for
yourself. Model apartments open 9
to 6 P.M. daily.
UNFURNISHED $98 to $330. FUR-
2200 Fuller Road
NOrmandy 3-0800, 5-9161
LOST-Silver Lady Elgin wrist watch on
April 1 or 2. Cal NO 5-8637 if found
and ask for J. Trussel. Al
LOST: Men's charcoal black glasses.
Possibly in case: Dr. Singer, Ft.
Wayne. Call 5-0906 between 7 and 9.
FOUND: Michigan ring. NO 5-0543 aft-
er 6:00 p.m. A24
LOST Wednesday on S. University-
Royal blue purse. Reward, call NO
5-4425. A22
LOST-1962 brn. caleidar appointment
book. Finder please call Ted Smith,
NO 2-1553. A23
LOST a month ago: Blue Pocket Uni-
versity of London Diary. Reward.
Call NO 5-0137. A18
LOST-One black men's topcoat. Bought
at McGowan's Men's Store. Lost at

SDT Open House Sunday. Call Rill
Irwin at NO 2-5571. A16
MO-PED SCOOTER. Good condition.
$60. Call NO 2-2858. Z24

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