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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Hearts proclaiming "Maisey
oves?" have appeared on trees
round the diag, and little Blue
oo floated in and added blue
lod coloring to cake frosting in
he women's residence halls this
reek.
Maisey's beaux raised a Con-
ederate flag on the diag and in-
aded the dining rooms in the
omen'4 residence halls to place
ags on every table. The Confed-
ate officers also decorated their
annon in front of North Hall, the
.O.T.C. building, with yellow rib-
ons.
Maisey saw bells all over cam-
us inscribed with her name and
his week's two diag skits revealed
hat the Maize Team theme has
> do with a line, "which is the
est, starting at East, ending at
Vest." Maize arrows facing South-
ard further pointed out this fact.
It was reported that the lions
i front of the Natural Science
iuseum loudly roared "Maize-
wee" every time Maisey passed
y. Even Spiffy drawled, "Well
ow, Ah'm from the South and
h'm amaized at all the goin's on
round heah."
The Maize publicity chairmen
rnounced that Monday will be
Tle South Will Rise Again Day."
hey added that all Maize Team
embers will be garbed in South-
rn costume and that tickets for
he Frosh Weekend Dance will go
n sale on Monday.
While Spiffy and Little Blue
oo are attending Michigras to-

night, there will be a meeting at
twelve o'clock midnight in the
tops of the trees overlooking the
diag for all diplomats from Ablue-
via, Little Blue Boo's native land.
The Blue Team had two diag
skits this week, and their plans
include having team members
equip their bicycles with license
tags from Abluevia.
The activities of both teams are
leading up to the Frosh Weekend
Dance, which will be held at 8:30
p.m. April 30, in the Ballroom of
the Michigan League.
Union Hires
Extra Plane
Due to an unprecedented de-
mand, a second plane has been
charted by the Union's Airflight
to Europe, according to Michael
J. Balgley, Student Affairs chair-
man.
Ticket sales were opened yes-
terday to the general public. Un-
til this time only persons on the
waiting list were allowed to pur-
chase tickets.
A round trip ticket including
meals will be $300 plus a small
rebate. Twenty-two seats already:
have been sold.
The planes will leave June 15
and June 16 respectively from
Idlewild Airport, New York.

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to "Committee of Membership in Stu-
dent Organizations;" and an amend-'
ment to provide that standards pro-
cedures of the Committee shall be sub-
ject to Council approval; defeated mo-
tions to eliminate words "creed, na-
tional origin, or ancestry" from the
regulation.
Approved temporary recognition of
Indian Chemical and Metallurgical En-
gineers for one year.
Postponed final vote on election rules
until next week. Rules to be con-
sidered call for return to petitioning, a
$25 limit on campaign expenditures, an
election fee of $2.50, candidate initia-
tive in campaigning as provided in elec-
tion rules previously in effect. A mo-
tion to insert provision to disqualify
candidates for using pads, calendars
and other gimmicks bearing the candi-
dates name or otherwise supporting his
candidacy was defeated.
Approved summer program showings
for Cinema Guild.
Approved the following activities:
April 29 - Democratic Socialist Club,
Discussion, "The Situation in Cuba,"
Union, 4:15 p.m. (Lecture Committee
approval pending.
April 30--Michigan League, Blue and
Maize Teams, Frosh Week-end, Dance
with floorshows, League Ballroom, 8:30
p.m. (previously calendared).
April 30 or May 1--80C Cinema Guild,
Movies for 1960 Students for Democratic
Society Conference on Human Rights
in the North, Arch. Auditorium, after-
noon.
May 7 - Mich. Union and SOC, Stu-
dent - Faculty - Administration Confer-
ence, Union, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
May 15 - International Students
Aswc,. International Variety Show,
Trueblood Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
Adopted amendment of Student Ac-
tivities Building Administrative Board
operating plan to provide that the
chairman be selected by and from the
outgoing board to serve for one year.
The chairman shall vote only to make
or break a tie,
Defeated a motion to protest the dis-
missal of Professor Leo Koch to the
President of the University of Illinois
as a violation of free expression and
the particular right of the teacher to
work under conditions of academic free-
dom.
Defeated motion to establish a com-
mittee of two. to review letters from
chain stores to report on matters con-
cerning compliance with the Council's
request.
Approved a motion to contribute the
sum of $100 to the Southern Students
Fund Drive (NSA Fund and NAACP
Legal Defense Fund).
Approved motion to send a letter to
student organizations and housing units
informing them of the Council's con-
cern that student groups come to the
financial aid of students in the South.
The following student-sponsored so-
cial events have been approved for the
coming weekend. Social chairmen are
reminded that requests for approval
for social events are due in the Office of
Student Affairs not later than 12 o'clock
noon on Tuesday prior to the events.
April 22, 1960 (one o'clock closing
hour). Cooley Hoe., Kappa Alpha Phi,
Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kap-
pa Sigma, Pi Lambda Phi.
April 23, 1960 (one o'clock closing
hour). Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Epsilon
Pi, Delta Chi, Graduate Outing Club,
Inter-Cooperative Council, Kappa Sig-
ma, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Phi, Phi
Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Lambda
Phi, Prescott Hse., Reeves Hse., Sigma
Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
April 24, 1960. Hinsdale Hae., Pi Beta
Phi, Stockwell.
Recitals

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ONLY $5.00
Open evenings Mon. thru Fri. 'til 9
PIPE ''CENTER

Radiation Laboratory Lecture Series:
"Radiation Laboratory's Studies of the
Solar System" is the title of the lec-
ture to be given by William E. Fensler
of the Radiation Laboratory on Mon.,
April 25, at 4 p.m. in E. Engrg. 2084.
Prof. Mark Schorer, University of
California, will lecture at 4:10 p.m.
in Aud. A, on Mon., April 25. His sub-
ject: "Sinclair Lewis: Midwest Pro-
'test.'
Illustrated Lecture: Hans Kurath,
Prof. of English and Editor of the Mid-
dle English Dictionary and the Ln-
guistic Atlas, will speak on "Some
Problems in Constructing a Scheme of
Speech Areas, with Special Reference
to American English" on Mon., April
25 at 8 p.m. In the Rackham Amphi-
theater. All faculty and students in-
terested in the study of language are
invited.
Academic Notices
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., April
22, 4:15 p.m., the Observatory. Prof.
Wilhelm Becker of the University of
Basel, Switzerland, will speak on the
"Application of three-color photometry
to galactic clusters and to galactic star
fields.'%
Public Health Assembly: Dr. George
Larrick, Commissioner, Food and Drug
Administration, U.S. Dept of Health,
Education and Welfare, Washington,
D.C. will speak on "Public Health
Aspects of the Food Additive Law" on
Mon., April 25 at 4 p.m. in the School
of Public Health Aud.
Automatic Programming and Numeri-
cal Analysis Seminar: "Automatic Gen-
eration of System Simulation Programs"
will be discussed by Frank Westervelt
on Mon., April 25, at 4 p.m. in Angell
Hall-3209.
Placement Notices
SUMMER PLACEMENT
INTERVIEWS
April 22. Mr. Cyrus F. Gail of the In-
ternational Housewares, Inc. of Niagara
Falls, N.Y., will interview men and
women Friday afternoon for sales jobs-
can be quite profitable.
April 25. Marilyn Budd and Dick
Dittman of the YM-YWCA of Ann Ar-
bor will interview men and women
counselors skilled in waterfront, riflery,
crafts. Also need a truck driver for the
boys camp. Interviews from 3:00 to 5:00.
Summer Placement Service Is in D528
of the S.A.B. and open every afternoon
and Friday morning.
INTERVIEWS
The following companies will inter-
view at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin. Bldg. Call Ext. 3371 for
an interview appointment.
Thursday, April 29, 1960
New York Central System Railroad,
Detroit, Michigan. Graduates - June,
August. Location of work - Entire N.Y.
Central System Railroad. Nature of
business: Railroad Transportation. Men
with a degree in Economics or Geog-
raphy for Management Training Pro-
gram, Market Research, Sales and Sales
Promotion, Traffic and Transportation
or any student interested in Railroads.
Hallmark Cards, Inc., Kansas City,
Missouri. Location of work - All se-
tions of the U.S.A. according to ap-
plicant's preferance. Graduates-June.
Manufacture of Greeting Cards. Em-
ploys 4,500. Men with a degree in Liberal
Arts or Business Administration for
Sales Trainees. Position involves crea-
tive selling of a quality product and
complete merchandising and advertising
programs to established retail outlets.
Complete on-the-job and class room
Sales Training Program.
The Service Bureau Corporation, De-
troit, Michigan. Location of work -
Detroit and Great Lakes Area. Gradu-
ates--June, August. The Service Bureau
is a subsidiary of IBM. Service Bureau
does data processing, tabulating, sta-
tistical or computing jobs. Men with
a degree in Liberal Arts or Business
Administration, Mathematics or Physics
for Sales Representatives. Any organi-
zation is a SBC customer-they do work
for over 10,000 different customers in-
cluding the nation's fifty largest con-
cerns as well as hundreds of small busi-

nessmen with gross sales under $50,000.
While some use SBC for their supple-
mentary work, many customers find it
advantageous to have SBC handle all
of their data processing.
Friday, April 29, 1960
Campbell Sales Company, Chicago,
Illinois. Location of work-Principally
Midwest-do have openings in other
parts of U.S. Graduates-June. Products
sell under the names of . Campbell,
Franco - American, V-8 and Swanson.
Men with a degree in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for Sales
Training Program. The program con-
sists of two weeks of organized in-
doctrination after which time he will
be assigned a territory. A Campbell
salesman is responsible for the sales of
all of Campbell's products through the
retail stores in his territory.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS
General Motors Photographic, De-
troit, is seeking: Motion Picture Camera
Man with experience with a 32 milli-
meter camera; and an Audio-Visual
Engr. with experience with tapes, disks,
motion pictures. Men with at least one
year of experience.
State of Michigan announces exami-
nations for Chemical Lab. Asst. Direc-
tor, Chemical Lab. Director, Bank Ex-
aminer and Food Supervisor. Final date
for application filing is May 4th.
State of Connecticut announces
exams for Sr. Psychiatric Social Work-
er and Nurse Clinical Instructor. May
4th is the final filing date for applica-
tions.
Aultman Hospital, Canton, Ohio, has
an opening in its Clinical Lab. for a
Medical Secretary to assist the Chief
Pathologist. Applicant must be well-
trained in mechanical transcription and
an excellent typist (60 w.p.m.); must
show Initiative and good judgement.
Camp Fire Girls, Inc., Adrian, Mich.,
has opening for Campfire field worker
in Lenawee Cnty. Woman with BA and
a talent for group leadership desirable.
Mfg. Firm in Detroit Area has super-
visory position open for Biologist, avail-
able immediately. Man with BA or MA,
use and knowledge of embalming and
working with Animal tissue as well as
human tissue;capably' of operating
microtone. Able to submit work on re-
quest.
City of Detroit announces exam. for
Historical Museum Asst. (Male and
Female). Final filing date for applica-
tions is June 30, 1960.
Retail and Wholesale Food Organiza-
tion in Detroit Area is offering a train-
ing program for new or recent grads In
operating dept. Men with BA, no par-
ticular area.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
Organization

Student Part-Time
Employment'
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Administration Building, during the
following hours: Monday through Fri-
day, 8:00 a.m to 12:30 p.m.
Employers aesirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact
Bill Wenrich, Student Interviewer at
NOrmandy 3-1511, extension 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 1020, daily.
MALE
2 Counter servers.
10 Meal jobs (Hours flexible).
1 Cost accountant, experienced (5
days per week, 2 hrsa per day).
3 Library Assistants.I
1 Experienced accountant-bookkeeper
(20 hrs. per week).
10 Odd jobs.
7 Salesmen (Commission for 2 weeks
in June - good money).
4 Soda Jerks (9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. every
day).
3 Stamp envelopes (3-4 days only).
FEMALE
2 Lunch counter helpers.
3 Typists (16-20 hrs. per week).
1 Experienced cost accountant (5 days
per week, 2 hrs. per day).
1 Typist (full-time for the month of
May, then 20 hrs. per week).
3 Library assistants.
2 Waitresses (5 p.m. to 12 midnight,
Monday-Friday).
1 Full or half time experienced ac-
countant.
7 Saleswomen (Commission - 3 weeks
in June - good money).
1 Receptionist (Thursday and Friday
from 2:45, Saturday from 2 p.m.).

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April 22, 7:30 p.m., 2432 UES.
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Mich. Forensic Guild, Mich. women
debaters oppose Wis. women debaters
on "The Power of the Supreme Court,"
April 26, 7:30 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
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Recital: Ann Staniski will present an
organ recital on Fri., April 22, at 8:30
p.m. in Hill Aud., in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the de-
gree Bachelor of Music. The program
will include compositions by Buxte-
hude, J. S. Bach, Dupre, Vierne and
Liszt and will be open to the general
public.
Lectures
Lecture: By Prof. Dr.-Ing. G. Wein-
blum of the Institute for Ship Con-
struction, Hamburg, Germany, on Fri.,
April 22, at 4:00 p.m. In Room 305 West
Engineering Building. His topic will be
"The Behavior of Ships in a Sea Wave."
Coffee will be served in the Faculty
Lounge at 3:30 p.m.

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A pair of Corvairs recently recorded 27.03 and 26.21 miles per gallon in the
2,061.4-mile Mobilgas Economy Run. That's certified proof that Corvair skimps
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