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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UICK, RELIABLE:
'U Doctor Helps Develop
Test To Detect Alcohol

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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A quick, simple and reliable testV
for detecting alcohol or certain
poisons in the body has been de-
veloped by a University doctor
and a researcher of a Michigan
chemical company.
Dr. Richard D. Stewart of the
internal medicine department and
Duncan S. Erley invented the test
in which the patient blows up a
plastic bag to about the size of a
pillowcase, and an infra-red spec-
trometer does the rest. It pin-
points the exact chemical or toxic
drug, and the approximate amount
and time of consumption.
Saran Bag
The test is possible because of
the properties of the saran bag.
Most toxic compounds do not react
with the material or cling to its
surface. It retains the breath
sample well enough to allow stor-
age for several hours prior to
analysis.
Dr. Stewart reports that "this
one test can effectively detect
many different compounds."
Analyze Air
"Each organic compound has a
specific infra-red fingerprint," he
explains. When the bagged air is
analyzed on the infra-red spec-
trometer, this fingerprint identi-
fies the specific alcohol, ether, gas,

ketone, or halogenated hydro-
carbon.
Dr. Steward and Prof. Edward
Beettner of the School of Public
Health recently used this test to
detect the presence of carbon tet-
rachloride in the breath of a
patient three weeks after the
chemical had been swallowed.
Present Prize
In Psychology
Suzanne DePree, '62, was pre-
sented yesterday with the Walter
Bolton Pillsbury award in psychol-
ogy.
This award is given to under-
graduate students in psychology
for conducting an outstanding ex-
periment.
Miss DePree received the award
for her experiment on "The Influ-
ence of Parental Achievement Ex-
pectations and Role Definitions on
Achievement Motive Development
in Girls."
Dr. Pillsbury came to the Uni-
versity in 1896 to revive the psy-
chology laboratory. In 1910, he
became president of the American
Psychology Organization.

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us Hamburgers...15c
sty French Fries...10c
Thick Shakes... 20c

35 AH; Heaton,31408 MH; Hendon, 1429
MH; one, 231 A; Houppert, 231
AR; Jacobusse, 231 AH; Jacobs, 2402
MH; Johnson, 231 AH; Kennedy, D.,a
2402 MH; Kenney, 1025 AH; Kinney,,
1025 A; Kuiper, 1025 A; Lardas, 2408
MH; Lenakhan, Aud. A; Martin, 1025
AH; Meyers, 2412 MH; Moore, S., 229
A.H.; Moore, T., 2429 M; Muehl, Aud.
A; Mundell, 2003 AH; Ogden, 2429 MH;
Pearson, 2435 MH; Perera, 2003 A; Rad-
huber, 2003 AH; Ruihley, 2439 MR'
Schulz, 215 Econ.; Shoenberg, Aud. A;
Spaan, 2203 AH; Squier, Ad G; Staples,
2037 A; Steiner, 2440 MH; Stoneburner,
2443 MH; Terry, 225 AH; Trowbridge,
203 Tap.; Vance, Aud. B; West, 203 Tap.;
Wild, 2203 AH; Williams 2231 AH; Wil-
son, 223 AH; Wykes, 2231 AR.
Dedication Ceremony, the University
of Michigan Botanical Garden, Thurs.,
June 14 at 4:30 p.m.
The new Botanical Gardens will be
dedicated at a Ceremony to be held on
June 14 at 4:30 p.m. Dr. William C.
Steere, Director, New York Botanical
Garden will be speaker. The greenhouse
and grounds will be open for inspec-
tion. The public is invited. The main
entrance to the Gardens is on Dixboro
Rd., one half mile south of Plymouth
Rd., 4 miles east of Ann Arbor.
SUMMER VACATION NOTICE
For Student and Staff Bicycle Owners
1. Before leaving campus, persons
who have lost bicycles during the year
are urged to check the bicycles which
have been impounded. Anyone who has
losta bicycle but does not have the li-
cense or serial number may check the
records in our office so that he or she
may file a stolen bicycle report. The
BICYCLE STORAGE GARAGES, lo-
cated on East Washington St. just off
Forest Ave., are open Mon. and Thurs.,
between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
2. Summer storage of bicycles on Uni-
versity property is not permitted. Bi-
cycles not in use during tle summer
must be taken home or put in storage.
For your protection as well as for good
order on campus, bicycles stored (left
over 48 hours after June 11 without a
"hold order") in the racks on University
property will be impounded.
3. If your bicycle is impounded, the
service fee plus storage for the summer
will cost you $7.50.
4. Persons who will have their bicycles
in any University racks between June
13 and 20 are asked to fill out a "hold
order" at their residence hall desk or
at 1524 Admin. Bldg.
5. Any bicycle parked on University
property (classroom areas, residence
halls, University owned apartments,
Medical Center, etc.) must bear a CUR-
RENT ANN ARBOR LICENSE (expiring
9-30-62).
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESI-
DENT FOR STUDENT OFFAIRS
1524 Admin. Bldg. - Ext. 3146.
The Sale of Staff Paid Parking Permits
and the issuance of staff meter per-
-mits will begin on June 11 at 1053 Ad-
m. Bldg. and at the cashier's window,
first floor University Hospital.
The Thayer Street Parking Structure
will be closed to all vehicle parking
from 6 p.m. Sat., June 2, until 6 a.m.
Mon., June 4. This olosing is necessitat-
ed to complete the surfacing of stair-
wells and ramp areas.
Union Life Memberships: All male
students who have been on the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus and have paid
Full Tuition for the equivalent of eight
full semesters can pick up their Union
life memberships now at the Michigan
Union Business Office, first floor of
the Union Bldg.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on
the date indicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the International Center; Mrs. Clif-
ford R. Miller.
Miss Petroula Gouma, Librarian, The
Library of the Greek National Parlia-
ment, Athens, Greece, May 27-30.
Sayyed Amjad Ali, Chief Editor, "Pak
Jamhuriat" and "Pakistan' Quarterly,"
Pakistan, May 28-30.
Heung-Woo Nam, Professor of Crim-
inal Law and Criminology, Korea Uni-
versity,, Seoul. Member, Civil Service
Board-Korean Government, Korea, May
30 or Jun 1.
Events Wednesday
The Ukranian Dance Company will
appear in Hill Aud. at 8:30 p.m., Wed.,
May 30. A limited number of tickets
are still available at. the offices of
the Musical Society in Burton Tower,
where they may be purchased during
the day Tues. and Wed.; and Wed. eve-
ning preceding the concert, at the Hill
Aud. box office, open at 7:00 p.m.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Attn.: Registrants-All students reg-
istered with the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, both General & Educational
Divisions, are required tNsJ"'-
Divisions, are requested to notify the
Bureau when you have accepted a osi-
tion in order that your records may

be kept up to date. If you are still
available, let us know where you can
be reached after Commencement, since
new positions come in all summer &
we may need to contact you.
City of Honolulu, Hawaii - Intern-
ship in Public Administration for Ha-
waii residents. Program is designed to
provide the intern on-the-job & aca-
demic trng. in public admin. On-the-
job trng. plus course of study at Univ.
of Hawaii. Grad students, college grads,
& seniors in following fields: Govt.,
Econ., Soc., Psych., Bus. Ad., History,
Engrg., Engl., Social Work, & Educ.
ATTN.: JOB HUNTERS:
The Detroit World offers free classi-
fied advertising service for the month
of June to college students wishing to
place ads for either permanent or sum-
mer jobs. Students are invited to place
their ad by mail, phone, or in person
at the World offices, 6533 E. Jefferson,
Detroit, from June 1 to June 30, as a
public service.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEW: Bureau of
Appointments-Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for interview ap-
pointment with the following:
THURS., MAY 31-
U.S. Social Security Admin--Repre-
sentative will interview interested grad-
uate students, men or women, in So-
cial Sciences; Sociology or Survey Re-
search preferred; for positions as Re-
search Analysts for New England area.
Both summer & permanent positions
available.
Overseas Teaching-New Experimental
College, Denmark, to begin next year.
Teachers needed for all departments to
help set up cilrriculum. Founder, Aage
Nielsen, will be in 3532 SAB, Tues., May
29,,9-12 and 1-5; Lecture, discussion, 8
p.m. No appointment needed. For spe-
cial appointment or information, call
663-1511, ext. 2077.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEW: Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg. for the following:
MAY 29--
McNamee, Porter & Seeley, Ann Arbor,
Mich.-BS-MS: CE. June & Aug. grads.
Must be male U.S. citizen or intend to
obtain U.S. citizenship. Des., Engrg.
Des. Consultant-Public Works, Indus-
trial Construction, etc.
POSITION OPENINGS:
American Institute of Laundering,
Joliet, Ill.-Openings for college trained
men in Production, Management and
Sales in various parts of the country.
Opportunities for advancement.
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp., Wyandotte,
Mich.-Opportunity for young man as
Administrative Assistant to Manager of
Technical Dept. BS in Chem. or Chem.
Engrg. plus Masters in Business.
Michigan Education Journal, Lansing,
Mich--(l) Managing Editor. Master's

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preferably in Journalism or possibly
educ. Actual editorial exper., pref, in
magazine editing. Possibly some teach-
ing exper. (2) Staff Writer. BA or BA
in Journalism. Actual journalistic or
editorial exper. desirable. Possibly some
teaching exper. Ability to write intelli-
gent, "tight" copy.
Lohrke, Van Laan and Weinlander,
Bay City, Mich.-Desire graduate stu-
dent with major in Accounting as an
accounting trainee (Juinor Accountant).
Positio nis immed. available. Particular-
ly interested in student from this area.
Prentice-Hall, Inc., New York, NY-
Positions available for men in Sales
and Accounting & for men & women in
Advertising & Editorial. The organiza-
tion has associated companies located
in various locations in U.S. Interested
in recent & June grads to fill their
vacancies.
Scott, Foresman & Co., Chicago-Edi-
tors & copywriters for higl school and
college depts., fields include Psych.,
Engl., Linguistics, & Biology. Men or
Women; must have 3 toap yrs. editorial
or teaching exper. in appropriate field.
One opening for Editorial Ass't. for
Spanish texts; BA Spanish, willing to
train.
Michigan Occupational Analysis Field
Center, Detroit--Occupational Research
Analysts; men & women with BA degree
to include 18 hours combining the fol-
lowing courses: Psych., Labor Econ.,
Stat., Personnel Mgmt., Occupational
testing & analysis. Seeking June or
Aug. '62 grads.
North American Aviation, Terrence,
Calif.-Several openings for Micro-Biol-
ogists for work in Space Micro-Biol. MS
or PhD required.
H. W. Rickel & Co., Detroit-Produc-
tion Supervisor needed with Chem. or
Chem. Engrg. bkgd. Exper. not essen-
tial but must have knows. of mfg.
process. Oppor. for advancement with
small but expanding malting co.
Oak Mfg. Co., Crystal Lake, Ill. -
Ass't. to Manager of Marketing Serv-
ices. Career oppor. for grad with Mar-
keting or related major. Leading mfg.
for the electronic & electrical indus-
tries.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
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