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Open House Displays Sculpture)

Hutchins Hits
U.S. Colleges
freshman and sophomore years in
college are a repetition of high-
school courses, while the last two
years offer a kind of specialization
by which one narrows his field of
vision," well-known educator and
theorist Robert M. Hutchins charg-
ed recently.
His pamphlet, "A Conversation
on Education," published by the
Center for the Study of Democrat-
ic Institutions, is an attack on the
"steadily deteriorating" American
educational system.
Hutchins blasted the overem-
phasis on specialization, calling
the American college graduate a
man who knows "more and more
about less and less."
"The job of education is to train
the mind to cope with new situa-
tions' and new complications, to
develop critical judgment of new
problems as they present them-
selves for solutions," he said.
African Leaders
To Address ASA


The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Building
before 2 p.m. two days preceding
Day Calendar
9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.-Joint session
of the Midwest Section of the Society
of Biblical Literature and Exegesis and
the Middle West Branch of the Ameri-
can Oriental Society-All sessions in the
Mich. Union.
10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.-College of
Architecture and Design Open House=-
Architecture Aud. Honors Convocation,
John Maxon, Director of Fine Arts, Art
Institute of Chicago, "Equality," 10:30;
Panel Discussion. Prof. Robert Iglehart,
Chairman of Dept. of Art, moderator;
Leroy Kiefer, General Motors Styling
staff, guest panelist; "Problems of the
Visual Arts," 1:30.
2:00 p.m.-Tennis-U-M vs. Univ. of
Notre Dame: Varsity Courts.
8:00 p.m.-Dept. of Speech Univ. Play-
ers Production-"The Madwoman of
Chaillot" by Jean Giraudoux: Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.School of Music Degree Re-
cital-Sandra Stouffer, mezzo-soprano:
Lane Hall Aud.
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212 SAB-
Camp Nahelu-A Mich. coed camp,
will be interviewing from 10-12 & 1:30-5
on Tues., April 30. Looking for male
general counselors & is particularly in-
terested in finding a sailing counselor.
Children's Summer Camp, Sand Lake,
Mich.-Positions for 35 men & 35 women
counselors for 5 weeks. Also 1 opening
each for nurse, waterfront dir. (male),
& handicraft instructor-10 weeks.
Dept. of Admin. of the State of Mich.
-Desire Arch. or Civil Engrg. students
who have completed at least 2 yrs. of
their curriculum to act as Project Clerks
assisting the project supt. on some of
the state's larger construction projects.
Positions last approx. from the first of
June through Aug. & have a starting
salary of $1.98 per hour.
Mueller Brass, Port Huron, Mich. -
Summer positions for engineers in
fields dealing with the metal industry.
Interviews will be held on Mon., April
29 in 128-H West. Engrg. Bldg.
* + s

to Summer Placement Service.


-Daily-Bonnie Martin
OPEN HOUSE-This abstract sculpture is but one of the exhibits now on display at the Architec-
ture Bldg. during the architecture school's sixth annual open house. Also featured in the open house
are a lecture on "Quality" at 10:30 a.m. today and a panel discussion on "Problems in the Visual
Arts at 1:30 p.m.
Students Receive Recognition

ven tughiwouldseem eDo (EDITOR'S NOTE: In addition to
ven though it would seem best to the awards listed in yesterday's
reat each average or below aver- Honors Convocation supplement,
age student's problems individual- the following students were recog-
y, a small nucleus of exceptional- nized at the assembly for their
ly bright students forms an exam-a
ple for the entire group. William Jennings Bryan Prize
He said that thei average stu- Roger M. Zaitzeff
dents "gain the common experi- Edwin F. Conely.Scholarship
mece of learning not only through Ein* F.verneyr
contact, but through the ability to i Government
Judith Rosemary (Dean)
realize excellence in their own Gdthin m
One Level Edwin F. Conely Scholarship
Most teachers want "to pitch in Government
their instructions to one level of Paul Groffsky
ability" despite the desparities in Procter and Gamble Co.
balents and abilities of their pu- Fellowship in Chemistry
pils, Prof. Handlin noted. He add- Stanley G. Prussin
ed that because of the greater Petroleum Res. Fud Rredoc.
number of students there is less Fellow
chance to differentiate between Gerald Jay Gleichers
individuals. Dow Corning Summer Fellowship
Prof. Handlin added that it was Roy Miller
hard to find any effective method Esso Res. and Eng. Co. Predoc. Fel.
of determining who was above Albert M. Finch
average since the determination DuPont Postgrad. Award in Chem.
rests greatly on past performance. Charles M. Wynn
National Science Foundation
A Undergraduate Research
'U' Plans Auction Participants for Summer, 1962
Bruce R. Berg
For Old Bicycles Robert James Beuhler
Carolyn Brimmer
Approximately 100 used bicycles Peter Castle.,0
will be sold at 9 a.m. today at the Charles Paul Dvjak
bicycle storage garages on 'E. Bruce Hiscock
Washington off Forest. James Huntzicker

Alan Michael Jacobs
Thomas M. Loehr
George D. Mendenhall
Charles J. V. Sanio
Evan H. Suits
Jan Abraham Vandenbroek
William Herbert Hobbs
Fellowship in Geology
Fred Pessl Jr.
Socony Mobil Scholarship
in Geology
David M. Courtis
Ellen H. Toporek Memorial
Award-Pediatric Nursing
Suzanne Lee Bellinger
Minn. Mining and Mfg. Co.
Peter J. Groblicki
Allied Chem. Corp. Fellowship
. Richard N. Loeppky
Stauffer Chem. Co.
Grad Fellowship
Bernard F. Spielvogel
Edgar C. Britton Fel.
in Org. Chem.
John C. Falk
Rohm and Haas Co. Fellowship
Lee Traynor
Meyer Morton Trophy
Intercollegiate Athletics
John Paul Minko
Intercollegiate Conference Medal.
Intercollegiate Athletics
Charles Francis Aquino
The Distinguished Research
Award in Introductory Psychology
Gail H. Homer
William C. Sheppard Jr.
NSF Undegrad. Research Award
Bruce Berg
Robert Beuhler
Deborah Drew
William Ensminger
Alan Jacobs

Alan Polikoff
Walter Schmiegel
Sloan Foundation Fellowship
Anne C. Cole
Doris Kitson
Union Carbide Corp. Summer Fel.
John C. Falk
Melvyn Feinberg
Albert M. Finch
Allan Longroy
John C. Trowbridge
Charles Wynn
National Science Foundation
Summer Fellowship
Stanley Bernstein
Stanley Prussin
Dept. of Chem. Summer
Robert L. Jones
Roger Kierstead
Jeanette Posler
Richard F. Smith
Lee Traynor
Howard Un
National Science Foundation
Coop. Fellowship
Ronald Caple
Don E. DeJongh.
Melvyn J. Feinberg
Dean L. Griffith
Philip F. Jackisch
Barbara O'Neill
National Science Found. Fel.
Stephen Nelsen
Moses and Sophia Gomberg
Mrs. Rebecca Henry
Henry E. Riggs Fellow
Richard A. Pacer
University Fellow
Roger C. Kierstead
Nat. Aeronautics & Space Admin.
John W. Gile
Architecture and Design
Warren R. Kark
Literature Science and the Arts
Michael Jack Sattinger

Two African Nationalists from
Nyasaland, Kanyama Chiume,
minister of education, social de-
velopment and information, and
H. B. Masauko Chipembere, mm-
ister of local government, will ad-
dress the African Students Asso-.
ciation banquet at 6 p.m. today in
the Anderson Rm. of the Michigan
Union. Tickets for the event,
which will be followed by a ball,
are available at the door. Those
who cannot obtain tickets for the
banquet will be admitted to the
ball at the price of $1.


Alpha Lambda Delta, Initiation Break-
fast, April 28, 9 a.m., Union, Rm. 3K-L-
..* * *
Alpha Omega Fellowship, Meeting,
Lecture & Discussion: "History of Mis-
sions," April 28, 1 Oa.m., Grace Bible
Church, 110 N. State. Everyone welcome.
* * *
Baha'i Student Group, Weekly Dis-
cussion, April 27, 8 p.m., 1400 Granger.
* * *
Congr. Disc. E & R Student Guild,
Seminar: "History of C h r i s t i a n
Thought"; Rev. J. E. Edwards, 9:30-10:30
a.m. & 7:30-8:30 p.m.; Evening Relaxer,
8:30 p.m.;, April 28, 802 Monroe,
* " *
Gilbert & Sullivan Soc., "Toledo War"
& "Cox and Box," April 28, 8 p.m.,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Admission
* * *
Italian Club, May 1, 8 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg. Speaker: Prof. George Kish, Geog-
raphy Dept., "The Italian Landscape."
* * *
Joint Judiciary Council, Open Meeting
to Present New Constitution, April 30,
7:30 p.m., SAB, 3rd Floor SGC Room.
* * *
Lutheran Student'Assoc., April 28, 7
p.m., Hill & Forest. Speaker: Juliet An-
derson, "My Day in Tanganyika."

General Aotces
Senior Women are invited to attend
a dessert in their honor to be held
in the Hussey Room of the Michigan
League on Tues., April 30, from 7:30 to
10 p.m. The Recent Grads group of
the American Assoc. of Univ. Women
and the Mich. League are co-sponsors
of the event. .
At the Request of the 1963 General
Co-Chairman of Spring Weekend, Wom-
en's Judiciary extended hours today,
Sat., until 2:00 a.m.
The Greenhouses of the Univ. of Mich.
Botanical Gardens will be open to visi-
tors on Sun., April 28, from 3-5 p.m.
For Girls Interested in Touring Oxford
Project, the apartment building and
the suite-co-op unit adjacent to the
apartments will be open Wed., May 1,
3:30-5:00 p.m.
Degree Recital: Janice Hupp, violist,
will present a recital on Sun., April
28, 8:30 p.m. in Lane Hall Aud. Ac-
companying Miss Hupp will be Barbara
Merkel, piano, and Ronald Pepper, vio-
lin. Compositions Miss Hupp will per-
form are by Telemann, Milhaud, Mar-
tinu, and Hindemith. Her recital is open
to the public.
University Symphony Band: The Univ.
of Mich. Symphony Band, conducted
by William D. Revelli, will present a
concert on Sun., April 28,, 3:00 p.m., in
Hill Aud. Compositions the band will
play are by Bach, Berlioz, Von Weber,
Persichetti, Schoenberg, Whitney, Werle,
Alexander, King, Goldman, Fillmore, and
Sousa. Open to the public without
Degree Recital: David Smalley, bari-
tone, will present a recital on Sun.,
'April 28, 4;15 p.m., Lane Hall Aud., in
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree Master of Music. He will
be accompanied by Joan Luchs, pian-
ist. Compositions Mr. Smalley will sing
are by Faure, Wolf, Santoliquido, Leon-
cavallo, Haydn, and De Falia. His re-
cital is open to the public.

Management Consultants in Chicago
-Various openings with client firms for
men with degrees in Chem. Engrg. or
Mech. Engrg. plus exper. Openings in-
clude: Sales Mgr., Sales Engnrs., Design
Engnrs., Research Dir., etc.
Mich. Civil Service - Handicapped
Children Nursing Consultant IIIA-BS
In Nursing with specialization in Pub-
lic Health Nursing & completion of a
course in Physical Therapy or posses-
sion of a MS in Pediatric Nursing, or
possession of MS in Public Health with
emphasis on maternal or child health.
Prefer exper.
U.S. Civil Service-Auditors-will per-
form an independent & professional
audit of Army, Navy & Air Force ac-
tivities & of cost representations of
Defense contractors similar to the aud-
its performed by internal auditors or
public acc't. in private business. BA
in Accounting plus 2 yrs. exper. OR
MA plus 1 yr, exper.
Management Consudtants in Boston,
Mass.--Openings with client firms as
follows: Mgr., Marketing Dev.; Euro-
pean Tech. aSales Mgr.; Admin. Ass't. to
Sales Mgr.-Foreign Operations; Jr. Pub-
lic Rels. Exec.; Creative Copywriter; Jr.
Creative Writer/Editor-Uunderstudy to
Chief Editor of leasing creative graph-
ic arts producer; Ass't. Personnel Mgr.;
Hospital Products Mgr.; Supt.--Offset
Printing; Geophysicist - PhD; Mgmt.
Trainees; Systems & Procedures An-
alysts; Jr. Credit Mgr.; Pert Adminis-
tratorh; Ass't. Personnel Mgr.; Customer
Reis. Jr. Exec.; Understudy position;
Mfg. Trainee.
Ansul Chemical Co., Marinette, Wis.
-Plastics Products Salesman-Degree inr

Forestry & pref. some exper. in forestry
fwork. Knowledge of types of sales con-.
tacts to be made desirable. Willingness
to travel.
- -
For further information, please call
General Div.. Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 35440.
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule at 128-H W.
Engrg. for appointments with the fol-
John Erler Industries, Inc., Toledo,
Ohio-BS: IE, ME. June & Aug. grads.
Can consider non-citizens for regular
employment if intending to obtain
citizenship. Desikn One Year Training
U.S. Gov't., Veterans Administration,
Veteran's Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich.;
Throughout U.S.A.-BS-MS: ChE, CE,
EE, IE. ME. June & Aug. grads. Men &
Women. Must be U.S. citizen. Hospital
Engr. Officer (plant Engrg. & adminis-
MAY 2-
Smith, Hinchman & Grylls, Detroit,
Mvich.-BS-MS: Civil-Structural, EE, ME,
Arcihtectural. June & Aug. grads. Men
& Women. Can consider non-citizens
for regular employment if intending to
obtain citizenship. Summer: If student
will be available in February '64, will
consider them for summer. Design.
MAY 1-
McNamee, Pohter & Seeley, Ann Ar
bor, Mich.-BS-MS: GE. MS: Conat.,
Sanitary. June & Aug. grads. Men only.
Can consider non-citizens for tempsr'.
ary employment. Design.
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Placement
Office, 2200 Student Activities Bldg.
during the following hours: Mon. thru
Fri. 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Bob Cope, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1311. Ext. 3553.
-Several miscellaneous jobs available.
1-Experienced camera repairman.
Flexible hours.
1--Registered Nurse to work at a girls
camp from June 18 to August 17.
Must be single. Excellent living con-
-Several baby sitting and domestio
positions available.
1-Technical-typist who has had ex-
perience on a typewriter with an
interchangeable keyboard. 20 to 30
hours per week.



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Israel-American Club
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Invites you to celebrate with us the
Mon., April 29, at 9 P.M. in the Mich. League Ballroom
Speakers: PROF. WILLIAM HABER, Chairman, Dept. of Economics
DR. JAMES M. DAVIS, Director, International Center
Moderator: DR. HERMAN JACOBS, Director,
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
Folk dances and folk songs NAGILLAH GROUT


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Art & Ceramics, Photography, Science (knowledge of
astronomy and/or meteorology and/or electronics)
Canoeing, Riflery, Tennis, WSI.
Graduate students or upper classmen preferred.'
Interviews Monday and Tuesday.
Tel. for appt: Peter Menaker, Michigan Union
If no answer leave message.
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