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Phillips Notes Growing Power of Poor
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"Everybody is in favor of the
Alliance for Progress, but many
feel that it has come too late to
change Latin American attitudes
toward the United States."
Phillips said that many Latin
Americans who have travelled in
the United States also feel that
mass media in their native coun-
tries create an unfavorable image
of the United States.
While visiting the Panama Canal
Zone, Phillips ,talked with a cab
driver who said that there is little
integration in the canal zone and
that "Americans have imported
segregation," Phillips reported. "It
is sad when the United States has
to export its worst commodity,"
he continued.
Clammed Up
In Haiti, "no one will talk about
anything," he said, although most
people in other countries spoke
fairly freely. Haiti has the most
sordid political system of all La-
tin American countries and is
supported by the United States,"
he added.
Generally, Phillips found that
although a middle class is develop-
ing, conditions in Latin America
still show widely separated ex-
tremes of wealth . and poverty.
"When you are poor there, you
are really poor. The average an-
nual. income for a family in
northern Brazil is $12. It is im-
possible to imagine the extent
of this poverty until you have
seen the cardboard shanty cities,"
he said.

Degree Rate
Keeps Rising
Graduate engineering degrees
reached a new high last year and
are expected to continue increas-
ing, according to Francis Keppel,
United States commissioner of ed-
Keppel noted that there were 1,-
200 engineering doctorates award-
ed in 1961-1962, a 29 per cent in-
crease over the previous year.
Although there is no breakdown
available as yet concerning the
number of engineering degrees
granted during this period 'by each
institution, an analysis of degrees
granted in 1960-61 has been made
by Dean Ralph A. Morgen of the
Stevens Institute of Technology
graduate school.
His study shows that state uni-
versities and land-grant institu-
tions are continuing to produce
more of their share of graduates
in engineering. They constituted
54 per cent of the degree-granting
institutions while turning out 62
per cent of the doctorates.
The ranking of the best among
all degree-granting institutions
according to the jnumber of doc-
torates is: Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, with 97 engineer-
ing doctorates awarded in 1960-61;
the University of Illinois, with 79;
the University, with 53; Purdue
University with 51, and the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, with 39.

Leaping Limon

AUSTIN-United States district
Judge Ben H. Rice has set Feb..
18 as the hearing date for the
dormitory desegregation suit filed
by three Negro students from the
University of Texas. The suit seeks
complete integration of all Uxii-
versity dormitories.
Although some men's dormi-
tories are integrated, all of the
women's housing units are still

university regulations and secure
the permission of the dean of
BLOOMINGTON-The associa-
tion of women students at Indiana
University has recommended that
women's hours be extended to 1
a.m. on weekends for all under-
graduates. Questionnaires have
been circulated to the student
body, but no decision has as yet
been reached-

College Roundup

EVANSTON-Northwestern Umn-
versity president J. Roscoe Miller
has canceled a scheduled appear- GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Dormitory
ance by American Nazi Party residents at the University of Flor-
commander George Lincoln Rock- ida are complaining of an invasion
well. The university explained that of privacy due to a "whiskey raid"
"no good purpose would be served by resident counselors. The "raid"
by Rockwell's appearance, since was aimed at cleaning up the
"what he stands for, and what dorms and netted seven bottles
he says, is the antithesis of all of alcohol.,
we stand for."
NORMAN- The University of Staff Parking Lot
Oklahoma will soon be provided ;ne y for T
with fallout shelter accommoda-
tions for a large part of its ste-
dent body. The shelters will Taro- The new Thompson Street park-
vide radiation protection and sup-- ing lot for staff parking has been
plies designed to support life for completely opened, John S. Wal-
two weeks. University buildings ters of University Service Enter-
selected as shelter areas will be prises announced.
stocked by the federal government The structure, located between
with sanitation kits, radiological Jefferon and Madison, is open to
detection kits, food and water those holding staff-paid permits
packages and medical kits. and visitors who have temporary
* permits. Three floors of the 758-
Cwcar capacity structure were open-
COLUMBUS-The women's self ed December 20.
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JOSE LIMON-internationally acclaimed dancer-choreographer,
who will appear with his company on February 9 at Hill Audi-
torium, will conduct a public master class in Barbour Gymnasium
at 7:30 p.m. on February 8. Students and members of the Ann
Arbor-Ypsilanti community interested in enrolling in the class
may contact Prof. Esther Pease of the physical education depart-
ment at Barbour Gymnasium. Prof. Pease said that the class will
be beyond the level of a beginning student, unless he is excep-
tionally well-coordinated.


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facilities will be increased from 25c to
50c per day. The evening rate (after
5:00 pm.) will remain at 25c.
Graduate Students expecting to re-
ceive the master's degree in June, 1963,
must file a diploma application with
the Recorder of the Grad. School by
Fri., Feb; 22. A student will not be
recommended for a degree unless he has
filed formal application in the office
of the Grad. School.
Student Government Council Approval
of the following student-sponsored ac-
tivities becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be with-
held, until the approval has become
VULCANS-IFC, "Sounds from the
Summit," Concert, March 23, 1963, 8:30
p.m., Hill Auditorium.
The first meeting of the co-educa-
tional fencing club will' take place in
the Women's Athletic Bldg. on Thurs.
evening.at 7:30 p.m. The Women's Ath-
letic Association has invited Mr. Ivan
Danosi to conduct the activities.
Graduate Students: Your attention
is called to a revision in the regula-
tion concerning changes in course
elections, effective as of Sept. 1962.
1) XNo course may be elected after
the first two weeks of a semester.
2) If, without good reason, a course
is dropped after the-end of the fourth
week of a sem., it will be recorded with
a grade of E.
The Automobile Driving Regulations
Board will meet on Wed., Feb. 6. at 3:30
p.m.-Student Activities Bldg., Rm. 3011
Lecture: Mr. Stanleigh H. Jones, Jr.,
Department of Indic and Far Eastern
Languages and Lit., Yale Univ., on
Hiraga Gennal and the Spirit of Japan's
Eighteenth Century, Thurs., Feb. 7, 1963,
at, 4:10 p.m., 1402 Mason Hall.
American Chemical Society-Feb. 7,
1963-8:00 p.m., Rm. 1300 Chem. Bldg.
Prof. W. Kemula of the Univ. of War-
saw will speak on "Application of the
Hanging Mercury Drop Electrode in
Electrochemistry and Electroanalysis."
The Linguistics Club of the Univ. of
Mich. invites faculty members and stu-
dents to its meeting on Thurs., Feb.
7 at 8:00 p.m. in the- Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Prof. Ladislav Matejka, Prof.
of Slavic Languages and Lit.--"Report
Engineers: "Opportunity Trends and
Placement Services" will be discussed
by Prof. John G. Youg, Director, En-
gineering Placement, Wed., Feb. 6 and
Thurs., Feb. 7, at 4:00 p.m., in Em.
311, W. Engrg. All interested students
are invited and engrs. who expect to
graduate this year are especially urged
to attend one of these meetings.
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for interview
appointments with the following:
National Security Agency - Feb. &
June grads. Those eligible to interview

are: 1) Men & women who have taken
& passed the NSA Exam. 2) Men &
women who are candidates for degrees
in Math, Physics, Chem. or Engrg.
(these people with tech, degrees do not
have to have taken the exam). U.S.
citizenship required.
Standard Oil, Detroit (p.m. only) -
Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men in Lib-
eral Arts & Bus. Ad. for Sales, Market-
ing, Mgmt. Trng. & Retailing. Also in-
terested in Chem. & Mech. Engnrs. as
well as those with majors in Egon. &
Poli. Ss. Location: State of Mich. area.
Armour &Co. (Grocery Products Div.)
p.m. only-June grads, men & women.
Seeking people interested in Sales Work.
Location: Mid-West ares.
U.S. Air Force-Feb., June & Aug.
grads. Men & women with degree any
field. A recruiter from the Air Force
will discuss the Officer Training course
& any phase of the Air Force in which
you may be interested. They also inter-.
view every Mon. morning at North Hall
& in the Fishbowl every Mon. after-
FRI., FEB. 8.-
National Security Agency - -(See
Standard Oil (Detroit), p.m. only-
(See Thurs.)
National Castings (p.m. only)-Feb. &
June grads. Men with degree in Liberal
Arts or Bus. Ad. for Sales & Sales
Service, Production, Mgmt. Trng. Firm
manufactures malleable iron & steel
castings. Location: Company - wide,
throughout U.S.
Dept. of Navy Administrative Offices
-June & Aug. grads. Men & women
with Liberal Arts degrees or major in
Physics, Math, Arch., Bus. Ad. or En-
grg. for civilian careers with Navy Dept.
in fields of Budget Analysis, Contract
Negotiation, Mgmt. Analysis, Personnel
Admin. & Data Processing.
Precast Industries, Inc., Kalamazoo,
Mich.- Opening for Quality Control
Engnr. Civil Engrg. graduate (BS or
AT LAST! **r
in that
International Success
Kurt Weill and Bert Brecht
FEB. 20 thru 23
Order Now! 8:00 P.M.
Wed., Thurs. $1.75-Fri., Sat. $2
Write: A.A. Civic Theatre
P. 0. Box 87
Please enclose self-addressed
stomped envelope

MS). Some curses in concrete and/or
prestressed concrete. Prefer 1 or more
yrs. exper. in this field or in working
for an architect, general contractor or
structural, engnr., but will also con-
sider recent or June grads.
Mutual Trust Life Ins. Co., Chicago,
111. - Two positions available-1. a re-
cent grad to be Investment Analyst
Trainee and 2. an exper. man (3-5 yrs.)
to be an Investment Analyst MBA in
Finance desirable, but not required.
Courses should include corporation fi-
nance, acc't., bus, ad. & stat, analysis.
Automobile Manufacturers Assoc., De-
troit, Mich. - Sales Rep for Auto Safety
Display. Two touring vans. Individual
will travel all over country starting
March 1963. Position will be permanent
for rest of 1963 and possibly longer.
Must be draft free and able to start
trng. prog, immediately. Not necessary
to be a graduate. Must possess excellent
sales personality.
Nat'l. Society for Crippled Children
& Adults, Chicago, Ill. - Many and
various positions located throughout
the country in the following fields:
Exec.-Admin.; Occupational ; Therapy;
Phys. Therapy; Psych.; Rehab. & Vo-
,atlonal Counseling; Social Service;
Special. Educ.; & Speech, Therapy.
Stephens-Adamson Mfg. Co., Aurora,
111.-Recent graduate Mechanical Engnr.
wanted immed. Exper. not required.
Job:. recommending, specifing and de-
signing vibrating equipment for appli-
cations requiring conveying, feeding,
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Sets Meeting
Demonstrations by champion
fencers will highlight the first
meeting of the Coeducational
Fencing Club for men and women
fencers and interested students.
The meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Women's
Athletic Building. Those attending
will have the opportunity to see
demonstrations by Istvan Danosi,
former Hungarian Olympic fenc-
ing coach. William Goering, mid-
west sabre champion and Louise
Snider, state women's foil cham-
Fencing fans are urged to bring
their equipment and be ready to
fence. Instruction by Danosi will
also be featured.
Danosi has been instrumental
in popularizing the sport in Ann
Arbor and the Detroit area. He is
the varsity fencing coach at
Wayne State University and fenc-
ing master at the famed Salle de
Tuscan in Detroit.
An organizational business ses-
sion following the demonstration
and lesson will provide opportunity
to formulate plans for the group's

State University haspassed "ec-
ommendations urging a change
in university rules which regulate
women's apartment rules, so that
women 21 years of age by the first
day of any quarter may live in
Apartments. The new ruling stipu-
lates that women must abide by

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