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Y BARRIE:

___________THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUxRSDAeY, l1

G&S Sing 'Gondoliers'

'U' Laboratory Playbill
To Perform 'Rosalind'

'INTERESTING WORK':
Broderick Outlines Jobs
In U.S. Foreign Service

"Rosalind" by James Matthewl
Barrie will be performed by the
student laboratory group of the
speech department at 4:10 p.m.
today in the Arena Theatre of the
Frieze Bldg.
Cast in the major roles are Bar-
Club To Give
Spring Show
Michifish will present their an-
nual spring water show at 8:15
p.m. today through Saturday at
the Women's Pool.
Titled "Artaqua," the show will
feature depiction of the 20th cen-
tury painting movements of ex-
pressionism, cubism and realism.
Highlighting the performance
will be a solo by Lucia Kaminsky,
'64.
Three of the numbers to be pre-
sented won first place prizes at1
the Inter-Collegiate Synchronized
Swimming Meet held at Purdue
University recently.a

bara Sittig, Grad, as Mrs. Page;
Richard Weaver, '64, as Roche,
and Susan Geffen, '64, as Dame
Quickly.
In "Rosalind," Barrie uses as
his theme the elusiveness of wom-
an. A youth falls in love with
what he imagines to be the most
bewitching of young actresses and
finds her to be a woman of mature
years in private life.
Barrie's tale brings the hero to
a small cottage by the sea in
rural England where the girl he
adores dwells. Upon meeting a
middle-aged woman, he takes her
to be his beloved's mother. This
pretense is kept up for some time.
Finally she tells him she is
really two women, one the peren-
tally young and beautiful actress
and the other, the woman he sees
before him, longing to live in the
actual world with its disillusion-
ments and responsibilities.
Directing the student laboratory
group will be Joanna Myers, '63,
with scenery by Kathleen Moore,
Grad, and costumes by John Rom-
stad, Grad.

--Daily-Todd Pierce
GONDOLIERS'-Is, this year's presentation of the Gilbert and
Sullivan Society. Performances are set for tonight and Friday.
F Saturday's matinee, planned especially for parents and children,
will be prefaced by a special introduction to orchestral instru-
ments and voice ranges by Dr. Rosella Duerkson, G&S musical
director. Tickets for the performances are available at the Lydia
Mendelssohn box office. The Saturday show is sold out.

By EDWARD HERSTEIN
Although the work is not as
glamorous as popularly depicted,
members of the United States
foreign service have "interesting"
careers, William D. Broderick of
the foreign service said recently.
Broderick outlined the duties of
foreign service officers and ex-
plained the requirements neces-
sary for admission to the service.
Within the broad objective of;
"helping to develop and imple-
ment foreign policy," the foreign
service officer has several roles
to perform, Broderick said. ie
represents the United States to
other nations and is a communi-
cant for the state department and
a negotiator of agreements with
foreign powers.
Promotes Exports
He promotes United States ex-
ports in other lands and occa-
sionally serves for the United
States in organizations such as
the United Nations or North At-
lantic Treaty Organization.
Broederick said that a foreign
service officer spends about 60
per cent of his career in foreign
countries, changing locale ap-
provimately every two or three
years. The remainder of his time
is usually spent in Washington,
D.C. or furthering his education
at a university in this country.
Broderick explained that it was
necessary to take an examination
to be admitted to the foreign ser-
vice. The exam is divided into five
parts; reading and interpreting
data; English proficiency; gen-
eral background in history and
political science; questioning in
Shakow To Speak
On Schizophrenia
David Shakow, chief of Labora-
tory of Psychology at the National
Institute of Mental Health, will
speak on "The Theory of Psy-
chological Deficit and Schizo-
phrenia" at 8 p.m. today in Aud. A.

depth on the candidate's specialty
in the social sciences and an essay
on one of a list of topics provided.
Age Requirement
Candidates must be between the
ages of 21-30 and have been
United States citizens for at least
nine years.
The foreign service examination
is administered once each year,
Broderick noted. Interested stu-
dents should write to Washington,
D.C. by July 22 to apply for this
yer's exam. The test will be given
on Sept. 1.
Approximately 200-300 people
enter the foreign service each
year, he said. But he estimated
that about ten times this many
persons took the foreign service
examination.
Tilman To View
Malaysiani Politics
Prof. Robert 0. Tilman of Tu-
lane University will deliver a lec-
ture entitled, "Political Perspec-
tive on Malaysia" at 8 p.m. to-
night, in the lecture hall of Rack-
ham.'

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HELD OVER
3rd BIG WEEK !

WHAT IS AN OUTSTANDING PICTURE?
It is a film that receives such great word of mouth
praise that everyone wants to see it.
It takes much more than advertising and the win-
ning of awards to get audiences so enthusiastic
that a picture becomes the most popular and tuc-
cessful in Ann Arbor.

B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
TOMORROW, MAY 3,
SABBATH SERVICE at 7:30
-sponsored by Sigma Alpha Mu
FOLLOWED at 8:30 by DIALOGUE No. 3, of "WHAT
WE MEAN BY THE JUDAEO-CHRISTIAN HERITAGE~
Theme."How, WeORead the Bible"
Participants: Wesley Foundation-The Rev. Charles J.
Stoneburner and Students
Hillel-Dr. Herman Jacobs and Students
Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel and Brasley Lounge
1429 Hill Street

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lift: DALY O FICIL BU LETI
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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
publication.
THURSDAY, MAY 3
Day Calendar,
8:00 a.-.-Technician Manpower Con-
ference -- Registration: Multipurpose
Room, Student Activities Bldg., Dear-
born Campus.
8:30 a.m.-Bureau of Industrial Rela-
tions Seminar No. 88-Thomas Moffatt,
Supervisor of Industrial Relations, Uni-
versity of Wisconsin Management In-
stitute, and Dr. Peter Chinetti, Employ-
ment Counselor, Oscar Mayer & Co.,
Madison, Wis., "Action Training in Em-
ployment Interviewing": Room 3D,
Mich. Union.
4:10 p.m.-Dept. of Speech Student
Lab Theatre-J. M. Barrie's "Rosa-
lind": Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg.
7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-Cinema Guild-
Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, John
Barrymore, Edna Mae Oliver, Andy De-+
vine, Basil Rathbone in "Romeo and
Juliet": Architecture Aud.
8:00 p.m.-Center for Asian Studies
Lecture-Robert 0. Tilman, Assistant
Prof. of Political Science, Tulane Univ.,
"Political Perspective on Malaysia":
Rackham .Apsembly Hall.
8:00 p.m.-Dept. of Psychiatry Lecture
-Dr. David Shakow, Chief of Labora-
tory of Psychology of National Insti-
tute of Mental Health, "Tile Theory of
Psychological Deficit and Schizophre*n-
ia": Aud. A, Angell Hall.
8:15 p.m. -- W.A.A.-Michifish Swimc
Club "Artaqua"-Women's Pool.
Doctoral Examination for Michael A.1
Harrison, Communication Sciences;
thesis: "Combinatorial Problems in Bool-
ean Algebras and Applications to thei
Theory of Switching," Thurs., May 2,1
166 Frieze Bldg., at 9:00 a.m. Chair-
man, H. L. Garner.
General'Notices
Undergrad and Grad Men Students,
not now living in the residence halls,
who do not have a housing commitment
for the summer session, 1963, may
apply for housing in Residence Halls at
the Office of Univ. Housing, SAB3 011,
beginning May 1.
Branstrom Books: Freshman students
who did not pick up their Branstromr
books at convocation April 26, may ob-
tain the mat the Scholarship Office,
2011 SAB. Please pick them up as soon
as possible.

Doctoral Examination for Robert Wil-
1iam Metzger, Industrial Engineering:
thesis:;"The Performance of a Series
System of Production Stations Separat-
ed by Limited Inventories," Fri., May
3, 235 W. Engin. Bldg., at 9:00 a.m.
Chairman, W. M. Hancock.
Doctoral Examination for William
Charles Eckerman, Social Psychology;
thesis: "The Relationship, of Need
Achievement to Production, Job Sats-
faction, and Psychological Stress," Fri.,
May 3, 5609 Haven Hall, at 9:00 a.m.
Chairman, R. L. Kahn.
Doctoral Examination for William
Beebe Stapp, Conservation; thesis: "De-
veloping a Conservation Education Pro-
gram for the Ann Arbor Public School
System, and Integrating It into the
Existing Curriculum (K-12)," Fri., May
3, 1032 Nat. Resources Bldg., at 2:00
p.m. Chairman, S. A. Cain.,
Doctoral Examination for Donald Erik
Sarason, Mathematics; thesis: "The
Hp Spaces of Annuli," Fri., May 3,.
3221 Angell Hall, at 2:00 p.m. Chairman,
P. R. Halmos.
Doctoral Examination for Maeda J..
Galinsky, Social Work & Psychology;
thesis: "A Study of Role Conflict Res-
olution of Public Assistance Workers,"
Fri., May 3, 2056 Frieze Bldg., at 11:30
a.m. Chairman, E. J. Thomas.3
Part-Time I
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Placement
Office, 2200 Student Activitips Bldg.
during the following hours: Mon. thru
Fri. 8 a.m.. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5
p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporaryj
work, should contact Bob Cope, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext. 3553.
MALEI
--Several miscellaneous jobs available.
1--Experienced camera repairman.
Flexible hours.
1-Phmotographer to work full-timeZ
temporary. Must be familiar with
printing, enlarging, print finishing
and slide binding. Camera experi-
ence is necessary.
FEMALE
1--Technical-typist who has had ex-
perience on a typewriter with an
interchangeable keyboard. 20 to 30
hours per week.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

1--Registered Nurse to draw blood from
patients. Must have experience.
Half-time position, 7:45 to 12 noon,
starting as soon as possible work-
ing through August.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
U.S. Army, Biological Labs, Fort De-
trick, Frederick, Md.-Openings as fol-
lows: Research Bacteriologists; Bacter-
iologists (general); Bacteriologists (med-
ical); Research Entomologist; Supv.
Medical Officer (pathology); Supv. Vet-
erinarian (path); Medical Officer (gen-
eral); Mech. Engnr.; Research Mathe-
matician; & Librarian (Admin.).
Thompson Ramo Wooldridge, Inc.,
Cleveland, Ohio-Oppor. for June grads
as Jr. Engnrs. at West Coast Labs. lo-
cated in suburban Los Angeles. Prefer
BS in Mech. Engrg., Engrg. Science,
Chem. E., & Elect. E. Will do applied
research & dev. work on reaction con-
trol systems in the specific area of
attitude controls.
Mich. Civil Service--1) Clinical Social
Work Supv. III-MA in Social Work
plus 3 yrs. exper, 2) Clinical Social Wk.
Dir. IA--MA Social Wk. plus 4 yrs.
exper. 3) Clinical Social Wk. Dir.-5
yrs. exper. Apply for these positions by
May 29.
Detroit Firm-Has opening for Ad-
ministrative Secretary. Journalism (or
Bus. Ad.) grad for Public Relations Of-
fice & Communications Dept. Employe
newspaper, news letters. Will train in
as secretary wit heventual promotion
to supv. position. Typing & shorthand
required. Exper. required.
Conn. Civil Service-1) Librarian I-
MS Library Science or BA with not less
than 18 hrs. in Lib. Set. & 1 yr. exper.
2) Physical Therapist II--Graduatoon
from Sch. of Physical Therapy plus 1
yr. exper. Apply for these positions by
May 15. Conn. residence waived.
Local Retail Store-Opening for In-
terior Decorator, Consultant. College
bkgd. in design & color coordination.
Exper. preferred.
w s .
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB--
Camp Conestoga, Mich.-This coed
camp will be interviewing Fri., May 3
from 9-12 & 1:30-5. Looking for general

counselors, male & female, 19 & over.
Skippy Ice Cream Corp., Buffalo, N.Y.
-Summer positions for college men as
ice cream vendors. Must be 21 & have
an operators license.
La Belle's Drive Inns, Caseville, Mich,
-Positions for waitress & grill men, car
service & cooks. Applications at Sum-
mer Placement.
Hooker Chemical Co.; Montague, Mich.
--Position open for Jr. chemical engnr.
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LOOK YOUR
REST FOR
SPRING !!
Collegiate Styles to Please
4 Barbers
Try the U of M
BARBERS
N. University near Kresge's

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ATTENTION STUDENTS
Do you need a good
USED or NEW CAR?
see
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U. of M. '61
HERB ESTES
FORD
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Doctoral Recital: Kathryn Eskey, or-
anist, will present a recital on Fri.,
lay 3, 4:15 p.m., in Hill Aud., in par-
al fulfillment of the requirements for
hie degree Doctor of Musical Arts, Hor-
,e H. Rackham School of Grad Stud-
es. Compositions she will play are by
uillaum e- Gabriel Nivers, Samuel
cheidt, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolf-
ang Amadeus Mozart, Flor Peeters, and
:enri Mulet. The chairman of Miss Es-
sy's doctoral committee is Marilyn
[ason. Miss Eskey's recital is open to
he public.
Degree Recital: Rebecca West, plan-
t, will present a recital on Fri., May
8:30 p.m., in Lane Hall Aud. in par-
al fulfillment of the requirements for
he degree Master of Music. She will
lay the compositions of Bach, Beet-
oven, and Schubert. Her recital is open
o the general public.,
Astromonical Colloquium: Fri., May
4:15 p.m., The Observatory. Dr. Peter
. Vandervoort, Yerkes Observatory, will
peak on "A Model for the Expansion of
he Orion Nebula."

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Cercle Francais, Baratin, May 2, 3-5
p.m., 3050 FB. Venez-tousi
* * s
Congregational Disciples E & R Stud.
Guild, Mid-Week Worship, May 2, 12:10-
12:40 p.m., 1st Congr. Church, Douglas
Chapel, William St. Entrance.
* * *
India Students Association, Spring
Banquet & Cultural Program, May 4
(Saturday), 7 p.m., League, Ballroom.
Chief guest: Regent Eugene B. Power,
U. of M.
* * S
Mich. Christian Fellowship, May 3,
7:30 p.m., Union, Speaker: G. R. Win-
ters, Executive Dir., American Judica-
ture Soc., Chicago; "Law, Science and
God."
* * *
Near East Club, May 3, 8 p.m., Rack-
ham Bldg., E. Conf. Rm. Speaker: Dr.
L. L. Orlin; "Behind the Scenes: In-
trigues Gleaned from Ancient Cunei-
form Letters."

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Silk Brocade Robes a
vand Mandarin Jackets
Imported Jewelry 8
o and Jewelry Boxes
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at the
O India Art Shop
rJ 330 Maynard
(across from the Arcade) e
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Tonight and Tomorrow at 7 and 9
William Shakespeare's
"ROMEO AND JULIET"
The Immortal Romantic Classic

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