100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 10, 1961 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1961-10-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

t

- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TESDAY, OCfTOBE1R '10.1961

ih v
_ .. .

V1 V17L' 11 1V 1.701

L

aft BoardI

Is

M.ay Step-up
} x
Student Call
(Continued from Page 1)
The current rejection rate of 60
)er cent is almost 20 per cent
higher than the predicted . rate,
Qolonel Daniel Omer, deputy di-
rector of the Selective Service sys-
em, says.
Omer says men are being reject-
d for both physical and psycho-
ogical reasons. He said that about
10 per cent of those being rejected
ould not pass one of the several
>hysical examinations given dur-
ng the induction process.
Rejected Men
The other 60 per cent of the re-
ected men are being turned down
or mental disturbances or low in-
The factor throwing off the
redicted rate of rejection is the
ntelligence tests, Omer says.
In wartime, men had to score
inly about the tenth per centile
in the induction IQ test to be ac-
epted. In the late 1950's, this
ninimum was raised to the thir-
ieth per centile. Under the in-
reased draft calls of the last few
ronths, less intelligent men are
ying rejected sooner than men of
igh intelligence because more of
hem are working in fields close-
y related to the national defense.
Raise Minimum
The reason for the raising of
he minimum per'centile on the
Q tests, Omer says, was-that men
f the lowest per centile had been
oing into the Army and not to
he Navy or the Air Frce. This
iccurred because men of higher
ntlligence Who knew they were
oing to be drafted volunteered for
me of the latter two services.
With the thirtieth IQ minimum,
)mer explains, the Army gets
nore men of higher intelligence.
le says there is little chance that
he present rejection rate will
ause the minimum per centile to
e lowered to its old level.
Impossible To Predict
Oier says it is -impossible" to
redict accurately which categor-
es of 'non-1-A men will be called
lrst if the present pool is ex-
iausted.'
He adds, however, that the first
nen called would probably be men1
n occipational categories who are
ow deferred but not exempted.
tuden s ,would fall in this cate-
ory-
'anel To Discuss
(overnment Jobs
'Three, professors and a guest
cturer are, "to talk on "Careers
i the thited States Government"
it 4 paim. today in the third floor
onference room of the Union.
The professors are: Prof. Inis
4laude of the political science de-
artment, Prof. Robert Kehoe of
he education school, and Pro.
ffarren Chase of the natural re-
ources school.,The guest lecturer
s' Robert Rolfson, a- recruiter
rom 'the Food and Drug Adminis-
ration in. Detroit.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
Lents is available to officially recog-
Lzed and registered organizations only.
rganizations planning to be active for
ie all semester should register by
TOB1ER 10. 1961. Forms -available,
)l1 student Activities Building. Ex-
etion to this proceure is subject to
udent Government council approval.

* * *
Rifle - Club, Meeting, Oct. 11, 7:30
im., ROTC Range. Smalbore shoot-
* * *.
Voice Political Party, Discussion of
sues, of election; committee ,reports,
ct. 12, 7:30 p.m., Union, Rm. 30.
, * *
WAA Rifle Club, Organizational Meet-
ig & Tournament Registration, Oct.
, 7:30 p.m., WAB Basement.,

.: ... .. ............j ..' i ..r .......,t.:.... f . rrr ..A. ......a......... r. w ..r.....".t W f l.... W " ."A.:% :;:.;: " '... .r4.. p'"{
.DALY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
....... . ...-rar. "vvx "" ""^.^. vw ."p . « v "c .r f . . .% 4V n .nv ..
r .y;r.yA .'.".,r" ;"p" +"""rr {.fF " rf'.. re* ' . .: {.. . C. ." . "i' l %r" :r .a« - vr "s:r.r..;.t :r

I

(Continued from Page 4)
ments and minimum academic stand-
ards for N.S.F. Fellowship programs.
Make-up Final Examination for Phil-
osophy 34 will be given on Oct. 11, 2-5
p.m., in 2208 Angel Hall.
Blue Cross-Blue Shield' annual Open
Enrollment Period will be held in the
fourth floor lobby, Admin. Bldg. on
State St. from Oct. 10 through Oct.
20. New applications and changes to
existing contracts will be allowable.
Any family member, eligible for cov-
erage, may be added at this time. No
new applications, changes, or additions
will be accepted after this two week
enrollment period until October, 1962.
University Players Playbill 1961/62
season' subscriptions now available by
mail order. Productions include: Franz
Kafka's "The Tri'al," Wed.-Sat., Oct. 25-
28; G. B. Shaw's "Arms and the Man,"
Wed.-.at., Nov. 8-11; William Shake-
speare s "Henry IV, Part One," Wed.-
Tues., Dec. 67-12 (except Sun.); Barton
Wimble's "Faces of Malte (premiere pre-
duction), Wed.-Sat., Jan.v10-13 Gra-
ham Greene's "The Living. Room,"
Wed.-Sat., Mar. 21-24; An Opera, to be
announced, Thurs.-Mon., Apr. 26-May
1 (except Sun.); and Shakespeare's
"Henry IV, Part Two," Mon.-Sat., May
7-12. All performances 8:00 p.m.
Season tickets $7.00 or 5.00, plus 25c
for each Fri. .or Sat. performance ticket
for each play except "Faces of Malte."
Address mail orders to University
Players, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
Checs payable to University Players.
Enclose self-addressed, stamped envel-
[ape,.
Tickets for individual productions
also available, but season orders filled
first. "Faces of Malte," any perform-
ance, $1.00. Opera. Thurs. or, Mon.,
$1.75 or 1.25, Fri. or Sat., $2.00 or 1.50.
All others, $1.50 or 1.00 for week-night
performances, $1.75 or 1.25 for Fri..or
Sat, performances.
For assistance in sending mail or-
ders, call 663-31511, ext. 3383. Box of-
fice re-opens Oct. 23 at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
Approval for the following student
sponsored activities becomes effective
twenty-four (24) hours after the pub-
lication of this notice. All publicity for
these events must be withheld until
the approval has become effective.
Oct. 19, Nov. 2-Women's League,
Hyde Park, The Diagonal, 3 p.m. to
5:30 p.m.
Oct. 12-Challenge, Discussion, E & R
Disciples Guild House, 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12--Young Americans for Free-
dom, Speaker, William F. Buckley, Jr.,
MichiganUnion ;Ballroom, 4:15 p.m.
Oct. I2-Voice-Politicai Issues Club,
General Meeting to Discuss SGC Elec-
tions, Union, 7:30 p.m.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on
the dates indicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the International Center: Mrs. Clif-
ford R. Miller.
Miss (Dr.) Maria Buchinger, Forestry
Advisor & Curator of the Herbarium,
Dept. of Forestry Research, Div. of

Nat'l Parks, Buenos Aires, Argentina,
Oct. 9-11. .
Sven E. Laakso, Head of Sales Pro-
motion, Sales Engineer, Helsinki, Fin-
land, Oct. 10:"
Mrs. Marie Japhet, Radio Asst.,
U.S.I.S., Athens, Greece, Oct. 11.
Dr. I. G. Meddleton, Research Dept.,
Faculty' of Education, Univ. of Queens-
land, Queensland, Australia, Oct. 14-17.
Miss Suthilak Ambhanwong, Chief
Librarian of Chulalongkorn Univ.,
Bangkok, Thailand, Oct. 15-22.
Events ,Tuesday
Concert: The Baroque Trio, assisted
by Clyde Thompson, double bass, will
present a concert on Tues., Oct. 10 at
8:30 p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall.
Mathematics Club: The Mathematics
Club will meet on Oct. 10, at 8 p.m.
hi the Little Amphitheater, Rackham.
Prof. Kazarinoff will speak on "An
Am rican Family in the Soviet Union."
11 interested persons are nivited.
Events Wednesday
Automatic Programming and Numer-
ical Analysis Seminar: "Calculation of
Eigen Values and Eigenvectors of Tri-
diagonal Matrices" by R. C. F. Bartels
on Wed., Oct. 11 at 4:00 p.m. in 246
West Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering Graduate
Student-Faculty' Seminar: "Boiling
Heat Transfer at Zero Gravity" will be
discussed by Prof. Herman Merte on
Wed., Oct. 11 at 4 p.m. in 229 West
Engineering. Coffee in the Faculty
Lounge at 3:30 p.m.
Placement
The following schools have. listed
teaching vacancies for the 1661-1962
school year.'
Athens, Mich.-Elem.; Spec. Educ. for
Elem.; Visiting teacher, Speech Ther.
Des Plaines, Ill.-Kdg., Early Elem.;
Kdg., Late Elem.-Beginning Dec. or
Jan.
Hazel Crest, ELI. (Dist 1521,) - Early
elem.; Girl's PE, EMH Teacher.
Panel Discussion-Careers in the U.S.
Government-Both undergrads & grads
invited to attend today, Tues., Oct. 10,
4:10 to 5:10 in the third floor confer-
ence room, Union.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Argus Camera Division, Sylvania, Ann
Arbor-Opening for grad with BS or
MS in Science, Engrg. Physics, Electri-
cal Engrg., Mechanics or Instrumenta-
tion. Development work, primarily con-
"Keep A-Head
of your Hair"
We specialize in
" PERSONALITY CUTS
0 CREW-CUTS
* FLAT TOPS
* PRINCETONS
try--
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
near Michigan Theatre

cerned with electrical circuitry of cam-
era devices.
Michigan Civil Service-Community
Planning Specialist with Bachelor's in
urban planning, architecture, landscape
architecture or related field. Require 3
yrs. exper. in conduct of planning as-
signments for municipal, county, re-
, gional, or state areas. Master's may
substitute for 1 yr. of exper. File by
October 23, 1961.
Local Organization-Currently seek-
ing Electrical Engnrs. or 'Physicists with
BS for research involving optical test-
ing: Navigation & Guidance Engnrs.
with MS or PhD in Math, Engrg., or
Physical Sciences; and Infrared Scien-
tists with MS or PhD & exper.
City of Minneapolis-Administrative
Assistant with degree in business or
public admin. or degree in journalism
with minor in bus. ad. Two yrs. exper.
in position of administrative responsi-
bility.
IBM (Electric Typewriter Div.), De-
trbit, Mich.-Young grad Vith own car
for position as Sales Rep. Rep. for all
Mich. & Ohio. No exper. required. Also
position for single WOMAN as Edu-
cational Rep, to instruct teachers &
others in Mich. & Northern Ohio. De-
gree in Educ. desirable & some exper.
in teaching. Willing to travel.
Please contact General, Div., Bureau
of Appts., 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for fur-
ther information.
Part-Time
Employment I
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 SAB, Monday °thru
Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
dents for part-time or full-time tem-
porary work, should contact Jack Lar-
die, NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE.
2-Graduate students, to do clerical
research, as many hours as possi-
ble for 2 months.
2-Production help, making donuts.

Hours 9-12 noon or 4-8 p.m., 5-7
days per week.
1-Busboy, 12:00-2:00, five days per
week.
1-Pianist, Thurs., Friday and Satur-
day evenings.
4-Salesmen, sell china & silverware,
commission basis.
3-Salesmen to sell college sportswear
for men.
2-Psych. experiments.
-Several salesmen to sell magazines.
1-Engineering student, must be at
least a junior, background in ra-
dio-isotope.
2=-3-Ambulance drivers & attendants,
experienced in first aid, Senior card
in Red Cross. Night hours avail-
able,, 7 nights per week.
- t

4-5-Laborers, mornings or afternoons
for 3 weeks, possibly longer.
FEMALE
1-Cashier, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday &
Saturdays.
4-Full-time waitresses, hours flexible.
1-Pianist, Thurs., Friday & Saturday
evenings.
2-Waitresses, 12-2:00 p.m., Monday
thru Friday.
2-Babysitting & light housework,
hours flexible for school year.
2-Psych. experiments.
3-Counter work, washing shelves, etc.,
mornings or afternoons, thru the
school year.
1-Full-time saleslady for women's
apparel, experienced.

OPEN TILL 9 P.M. EVERY NIGHT
SATURDAY TILL 6 P.M.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
ALL ANGEL
ALL FOLK MUSIC
3 3 V31 OFF
HI-FI and STEREO
On Angel-Choose from the finest in OPERAS, RECITALS
Chamber Music, Orchestras, Conductors.
For Folk Music, choose from such labels as FOLKWAYS,
RIVERSIDE, VANGUARD, ELEKTRA, COLUMBIA, RCA
VICTOR, CAPITAL, TRADITION, ATLANTIC, FIESTA,
EPIC,-You name it, if there is folk music on the record,
it is on sale.

A

i

41

Delicious Hamburgers... 15c
Hot Tasty French Fries.. .10c
Triple Thick Shakes .20c

5.98 List
FREE PARKING

4.98 List

3.98 List

3.32 2.65
FREE PARKING

4

d iscountrecords,,,,
37S.N
7 5. Main St.N 5-4460

.1

0.

2000 W. Stadium Blvd.

Open Monday through

Friday, until 9 P.M.;

Sat. until 6

____ , -

1
T'HAT'S WF

(TO. ALL STUDENTS OF.
THE
UNIVERSITY, OF MICHIGAN
CAN YOU USE A
HUNDRED BUCKS?.
IAT YOU CAN WIN IN EVERY ONE OF

4

I

NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S

''

MADISONAIRE
SPOR T COATS

with

4

shoulders

IT'S EASY! Just pick the ten winning teams, predict the scores-and you're in the money!

i

~MO

/ONLYSTUDENTS ON THIS CAMPUS
ARE ELIGIBLE!
SECOND CONTEST OCTOBER 21SI
All you have to do is clip the coupon, pick the winners and predict the scores-then
figure out how you're going to spend that hundred backs! It's easy ... just clip the
coupon below or get an entry blank where you buy cigarettes and fill in your predic-
tions of the ten game scores. Then mail it with an empty Viceroy package or a reason-
able rendition of the Viceroy name as it appears on the package front to Viceroy at
the Box Number on the entry blank or drop it in the ballot box conveniently located
on the campus.
Open only to students and faculty members. Enter as many times as you want..
Simply send an empty Viceroy package or reasonable rendition of the Viceroy name
with each entry.
Entries must be postmarked or dropped in the ballot box no later than the
Wednesday midnight before the games and received by noon Friday of the sane week.
Next contest will be on games of November4-whenyou'll have another chance to win.
DON'T SMOKE ANOTHER CIGARETTE.
UNTIL YOU LEARN WHAT
WIEROY*SDe Filter
CAN DO FOR YOUR TASTE[
- It can do plenty. Here's why: the Viceroy filter
starts with pure, safe vegetable material, made
into the, same straight filter strands as most
good filters.
But here's the twist: Viceroy weaves those
tiny strands into the special Deep-Weave Filter
... and that's the filter you can trust to give
you the good taste of
Viceroy's rich tobacco
-.: blend. The fact is...
Only'Viceroy's Got It
- ... At Both Ends!
': .3,". £Gt TF. e

1st
2nd

LOOKI
HERE ARE ALL THE PRIZES

YOU CAN WIN!
PRIZE o
PRIZEIAso1
PRIZE 1$2s
v 5.
U/-

-
ames all ten winning

OF $1092 EACH
And a free carton of Viceroys to every contestant who
teams-REGARDLESS OF THE SCORES!

L

ubscribe NoW
at Half Price I*
You can read this world-famous
daily newspaper for the next six
months for $5.50, just half the
regular subscription rate.
Get top news coverage. Enjoy
eia feantures. Clin for refer..

with authentic Ivy details by

t IM " Y

Varsity-Town Clothes: shoulders without a trace
of build-up, straighter-hanging body lines, narrow
sleeves, 3-button front, high notched lapels, flap
pockets and center vent. The fabrics are new and
noteworthy. Patterns
and colors belong to
the great classical.

{I
(Attach Viceroy package or facsimile here)
Viceroy College Football
IFov 9.15O. CONTEST NO.2
I Sat" Here are my predictions for next Saturday's games.
Send my prize money to :
NAME CLASS- _
IPLEASE PRINT PLAINLY)
ADDRESS
WIN SCORE WIN SCORE
0 Detroit Navy (Oct. 20)
I fl Western Michigan U. - ]Toledo- I

Back to Top

© 2024 Regents of the University of Michigan