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IJIE IYIIIIIIGAN DAILY FRIDA

V, MAY 2

Schools, Colleges
Contemplate OATS
By RUCHA ROBINSON measures a student's educational
High schools and universities and vocational interests, his aca-
around the country are consider- demic motivation, creative poten-
ing administering the Opinion, At- tial and psychological adjustment.
titude and Interest Survey which Prof. Fricke reports that during
the past year, 13 institutions
throughout the country "recoin-
. . mended that applicants for ad-
mission submit QAIS scores" to
Most of these 13 institutions as
well as 18 others, among them
Baylor University, Cooper Union,
Princeton University, Swarthmore
College, University of North Caro-
Slina, and the United States Coast
Si Guard Academy, gave the test last
fall to enrolled freshmen.
Within the University, the Law
School has given the test to its
C entering freshmen for the past
three years and hopes to use It In
screening future applicants for
admission.
The OAIS has also been used
by Prof. Harold J. Blumenthal of
the bacteriology department. Prof.
PROF.BENN G. FICKE Blumenthal used the test to find
PROF BENO G FRCKE 30 high school juniors and seniors
...aptitude test . suited for a college level course in
all incoming freshmen at the Uni- microbiology to be given at Inter-
versity have taken since 1958. lochen Arts Academy this summer.
The OAIS, humorously known
as the "cooked carrots test," was r' fn G t
conmnilecl by Prof. Benno G. Fricke £ r U $u' , E'UU'E

Faculty
Retree-
Prf auieB
Eichelberger

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Editorial Prize
Daily Co-Magazine Editor Har-
ry Perlstadt, '63, yesterday was
named winner of the Alice Bog-
donoff Silver Editorial Award.
Carrying a $100 stipend, the
award is given annually to a Daily
staff member who displays quali-
ties of courage, responsibility, ma-
turity and "concern for justice and
democratic ideals" in editorials
and interpretative writing.

SMAURICE B. EICHELBiERGER
| .. .engineering graphics
S"I enjoy teaching young people,"
Prof. Maurice B. Elchelberger of
the engineering college said re-
cently.
"It keeps one young to remain
in contact with them."
Prof. Eichelberger retires this
year after teaching engineering
graphics and drafting for 40 years.
He received his bachelor's d--
gree in military science at Michi-
gan State College of Agriculture
in 1916. He joined the University
faculty in 1922 as an Instructor.
He also helped compile a history
of the engineering graphics de-
partment.
He is a faculty member of
Lambda Chi Alpha. Prof. Elchel-
berger is also an honorary faculty
member of Triangles and Scab-
bard and Blade honorary frater-
nities.

Exam Schedule

The following examination
schedule is for all University
departments and schools with
the exceptiori of the Law and
Medical Schools.
The examination code letter
corresponds to the time of the
first lecture for courses having
both lecture and recitation per-
iods, or the first recitation per-
iod of the week. Certain courses
have special periods, indicat-
ed below. Classes beginning on
the half hour will be scheduled
at the preceding hour
MONDAY
Time Examination Code
8 . .. A Thurs., May 30, 9-12
9 ... B Monday, May 27, 9-12
10 . .. C Tuesday, May 28, 9-12
11 .. .. . .D Wed., May 29, 9-12
12 . .. Q Thurs., May 30, 2-5
1 . .. E Friday, May 31, 9-12
2 . .. F Tuesday, May 28, 2-5
3 . .. G Saturday, June 1, 2-5
4 .. . ..R Wed., June 5, 9-12
TUESDAY

3 . .. P Thursday, June 6, 9-12
4. .. .. . .T Wed., June 5, 2-5
Special ... U Mon., May 27, 2-5
Special . .. V Wed., May 29, 2-5
SPECIAL PERIODS
Bus. Administration School:
Course Code
Accounting 271, 500 . .. Q, V
Accounting 272, 501 ... Q, V
Bus. Ad. 306, 503 . . .. M, U
Bus. Ad. 450 .... . .. . .G, V
Finance 301 .. .. .. . ..A, P
Ind. Rel. 300, 500 ... . .B, G
Mktg. 300, 301, 500, 501 E, R
Engineering College:
Eng. Graphics 101 . .. U, V
Eng. Graphics 102, 104 U, V
Literary College:
Chem. 106, 191, 194 . .. J, T
Economics 101-104 ...K, N
Economics 271 .. .. . .. .Q, V
Economics 272 .. .. .. .Q, V
English 123, 124. . . .. ..A, V
French 101-103, 111, 112, 221,
222, 231, 232, 361, 362 Q, U
Geography 101.......J, N
German 101, 102, 111, 231,
232,236,. .. ... .......I, U
Latin 221, 222.. .... ..G, V
Physics 154 ... .. .....G, R
Russian 101, 102, 201, 202,
302, 352, 402 . .. ... .. D, H
Spanish 101-103, 221, 222
231, 232............ H, S

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9
10
11
12
1
2

..H Monday, June 3, 9-12
.....I Friday, May 31, 2-5
...J Saturday, June 1, 9-12
..K Tuesday, June 4, 9-12
. .. S Tuesday, June 4, 2-5
. .. M Monday, June 3, 2-5
..N Thursday, June 6, 2-5

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Exams will soon
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WESLEY FO)UNDATION
INVIT ES
T HE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
TO HEAR
Dr. Cohin ~Williams
an Executive Director of the Nati. Council of Churches

LECTURE ON

The Methodist Church and the Educational Task

11:15 A.M.

Wesley Lounge

PREACH ON

ALDERSGATE: FACT AND MYTH

7:30 P.M.

Sanctuary

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