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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PROJECT CONTINUES:
League Remodels Quarters for Women's Groups

ENJOY
YOUR.
VACATION
ALL
OVER
AGAIN!

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By STEPHANIE ROUMELL
Offices of the Women's League
organizations, a major part of the
Women's League redecorating
project, were completedrecently.
League committee chairmen
and executive officers are finding
themselves at home in their new
surroundings, Katy Johnson, '60,
League president, said recently.
Other features of the remodel-
ing project are the snack bar and
the third floor library, which will
be ready for use early in Decem-
ber. Blagdon Room on the main
floor will be ready for use within a
month, while the main floor cafe-
teria and the basement will open
in February.
Blagdon Room will provide a
new restful lounge area, complete
with records and player. The room
will also be used as a general

council room for committees and
league council.
Enlarge Basement
The basement is being enlarged
to provide more space for student
show rehearsals,.as well as for
craft and publicity rooms.
"The main improvement of the
newly remodeled offices, is. that of
much more space," Miss Johnson
explained. "We really needed it.
"In fact, the office remodeling
has changed the whole spatial re-
lationship of the committee chair-
men to each other and to the ex-
ecutive officers," she continued.
"Now there is one large work area
containing the desks of all the
committee chairmen; they aren't
separated from each other by par-
titions any more.I
"The offices of the executive of-

ficers are now directly off, this
large working area," Miss John-
son continued. "They are no long-
er in offices removed from the
general hub of activity.
'Feel Closer'
"The new arrangement has
made the committee chairmen
and the executive officers feel
closer together," Miss Johnson
noted, "which I think is wonder-
ful."
Barbara Court, '61, house com-
mittee chairmen, is planning ways
to decorate the new rooms. Bulle-
tin boards with- League informa-
tion and displays of the new facil-
ities will go up. Plants for the ex-
ecutive offices will be purchased,
and prints from the SAB art exhi-
bition will be rented for the main
room and the adjoining offices.

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-Daily-Stephanie Roumell
SOME CHANGES MADE-The Women's League has been under-
going a major redecorating project since last summer. Changes
will include remodeling of office space, the snack bar, the third
floor library, the main floor cafeteria, and the basement area.

Open Monday and Friday
Evenings 'til 9 P.M.
Walk a few steps... and Save Dollars

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(Continued from Page 4)
velopment of tithe Kingdom of Libya,"
Fri., Oct. 23, 4609 Haven Hall, at 3:30
p.m. Chairman, G. L. Grassmuck.
Placement Notices
The Independent (privately owned)
Schools Association of Detroit and Vi-
cinity will send. representatives from
Cranbrook, GrosserPointe University
School. Detroit Country Day and others
to meet with students interested in
teaching in the private secondary
schools. A general information and'
teacher recruitment meeting will be
held on Thurs., Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m.,
U.E.S. cafeteria. Sponsored jointly by
the Bureau of Appointments and Stu-
dent NEA and Student Council. All
students interested in learning more
about teaching in the independent
schools are cordially invited.
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies for the 1959-60
school year.
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone-Secon-
dary Counselors.
Davison, Mich.-Industrial Arts (wood
shop) prefers man with gymnastics.
Cement City, Mich. -- Social Studies.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
The following companies will inter-
view at Engineering Placement Service,
128H W. Engrg. Bldg. For an interview
appointment call Ext. 2182 or 2021.
Oct. 26:
ACF Industries, Carter Carburetor,
St. Louis, Missouri, BS: ME, ChE, EE.
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis.
BS or MS: 3E and ME. Also Math and
Physics majors.
U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co., Tus-
cola, Ill.: BS: ChE, IE, ME. MS or PhD:
ChE. Men only.

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ATTENTION ALL SENIORS
TIME IS RUNNING OUT! You have only ONE DAY left
to make your senior Picture Appointment. The Ensian
photographer is leaving the campus on October 23 and
will not return. Don't be left out-Have your senior
picture taken TODAY.

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M.A.: Union Carbide Corp., Nat'l.
Carbon Co., Cleveland & Fostoria, Ohio;
Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Clarksburg, W. Va.;
Columbia, Tenn.: BS: ChE, EE; E Phys.,
ME and Met. MS: ChE and E. Citizen-
ship required.
Oct. 26 and 28:
Allied Products Corp., Detroit area.
BS: E. Phys. IE, ME. Must be male U.S.
citizen.
Oct. 26 and 27'
Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc., Santa Mon-
ica, El Segundo and Long Beach, Calif.;
Tulsa, Oklahoma and Charlotte, North
Carolina. Al degrees: AE and BE. ,If
schedules are, not filled by Oct. 25 or
26 respectively schedules may be signed
by the following: All degrees: ME. MS
or Ph.D.: EM, Instru., and Met. Citizen-
ship required.
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. All
degrees: ME, LE, BE, Met. and AE. Ad-
vanced degrees: Physics, Math, and
Chemistry.
General Electric Co., AU locations in-
cluding Det., Holland and Edmore. BS
or MS: AE, ChE, BE, E Math, EM, E
Physics, Instru, ME and Sci, Please
read in advance of intreview booklet
"Career Opportunities for Engineers
and Scientists at GE."
Radio Corporation of America., Cam-
den Div. BS: BE and ME. Feb. and
June grads. Summer employment: Jun-
iors in BE, ME and Physics. Citizen-
ship required.
Radio Corp. of America, RCA Labs.,
Princeton, N.J. BS: BE, E Physics and
ME. MS: BE and ME. BS or MS: Physics.
Men only.
Oct. 27:
(P.M.) Aluminum Co. of America,
New Kensington, Pa.; Cleveland, Ohio;
Massent, N.Y.; and St. Louis, Illinois.
MS and PhD: ChE, CE, BE, EM, ME,
Met. Male citizens.
Ashland Oil & Refining Co., Ashland,
Ky. and all affiliated companies. All
degrees: ChE. BS: CE and ME. Male
citizen, upper 40 per cent of class only.
Hazeltine Corp., Electronics Div., Re-
search Corp., L. I., New York Technical
Dev. Center, Indianapolis, Ind. BS: BE,
E Phys., ME. MS: BE. Ph.D: BE. Feb.
and June grads. Citizenship required.
No extended ROTC commitments.
Honeywell, locations coast to coast.
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Ramsay Printers
119 E. Liberty

All degrees: AE, EE, EM, E Phys, IE,
Instru, ME. Must be male U.S. citizen.
The Wickers Corp., U.S. Graphite Co.,
Saginaw, Mich. BS: ChE, EE and Met.
Must be male U.S. citizen.
Oct. 27 and 28:
Modine Manufacturing Co., Racine,
Wis. BS: IE and ME. Must be male U.S.
citizen.
Oct. 28 and 29:
Esso Standard Oil Co., Baton Rouge,
Li All degrees: ChE, CE, BE, and ME.
Also grads in ChE and BE with special-
ties in the electronics and process con-
trol fields. All degrees: Organic and
Phys. Chem. Male US. citizen.
Oct. 28:
Texas Instruments, Inc., Dallas, Texas
All degrees: ChE, BE, IE, and Met. All
phases of Chem., Physics, and Math.
Citizenship required.
Automatic Electric Co. and General
Telephone Labs., Northlake, Ill. S: BE,
E Physics, 1E, and ME. MS: BE and ME.
PhD: BE. Feb grads only. Must be male
U.S. citizen. Alho MS: Math. and PhD:
Physics., Elec. Computing.
J. I. Case Co., Racine, Wis. Require-
ments not yet received.
Gulf Oil Corp., Gulf Research & Dev.
Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. All degrees: ChE,
EE and Met, PhD: ME and Nuclear.
The Lubrizol Corp., Wickliffe, Ohio.
All degrees: ChE. Feb., June and Aug.
grads. Men only. All degrees:,Chemistry.
Polaroid Corp., Cambridge, Mass. BS
& MS: ME and all phases of ChemistrT
and Physics. Woman with background
of General Chem. and Arts for Color
Research. Men or women with high
scholastic background for Pure Re-
search. Men for Dev. (Emulsion).
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, Rm. 1020
Admin. Bldg., during the following
hours: Monday through Friday. 1:30
p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Employers desirous of
hiring students for part-time work
should contact Jim Stempson, Student
Interviewer, at NO 3-1511, Ext. 2939.
MALE
2 Asst. in Research (must be available-
20 hrs./week between 8:00-5:00; M-F).
i1 Mail Receiver, Audio-Visual (2 hrs/
day, 5 days/week.)
3 Assorted Yardwork
9 Bus Boys and servers in Residence
Halls.
1 Orchestra-Special Occasions
1 TV Rent Collector
FEMALE
6 Housework 5
1 Server and dishwasher, private home.
Sat., 19/24, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. plus
other weeks)
4 Waitresses-Special Occasions
3 Data Reducers

Organization
Notices

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SGC Cinema Guild is interviewing for
movie sponsors on Oct. 24 from 9 a'm.
to 3 pa..,Recognized Student Organi-
zations currently registered with the
Office of Student Affairs are eligible
for consideration as sponsors. Petitions
may be picked up Oct. 19-23.
* * *
Am. Soc. for Pub. Admin., Coffee
Hour, Oct. 23, 4 p.m., Rackham Bldg.,
Grad. Outing Rm. Speaker: Robt. L.
Gilliat, Office of the Sec'y of Defense.
* * *
Congregational, Disciples, E & R Stud.
Guild, Discussion Luncheon, Oct. 23,
12 Noon, 524 Thompson.
* * *
Hillel Foundation, Sabbath Services,
7:15, Oct. 23; Services, 9 a.m., Oct. 24,
1429 Hill.
International Folk Dancers, Folk
Dance Party, Oct. 23, 8:30 p.m., Lane
Hall.
Cercle Francais, Oct. 23, 8 p.m., Rack-
ham Amphitheatre. Speaker: M. Morot,
French Attache at New York, "L'esprit
Francais et L'Humeur Americain."
Newman Club, "Little Brown Jug"
Dance, Oct. 23, 8:30 p.m., Father Gabriel
Richard Center.
Wesley Grads (Interdenominational
Group), Pre-Halloween Party (games,
dancing, music), Oct. 23, 9-12, 1st Meth.
Church, Calkins Hall. All young single
people are welcome.

A column of incidental infelligence
by Jockeq brand
"THE WORM TURNS"
Shakespeare said it this way:
"The smallest worm will
turn, being trodden on."
But Miguel de Cervantes
beat himto it in "Daon
Quixote", Part II, Book 3:
"Even a worm when trod
upon, will turn again."
"MUSIC HAS CHARMS"
The 17th Century playwright, William Congreve,'
was the first to set down this classic metaphor
concerning the powers of sound and rhythm.
You'll find.the whole quote in "The Mourning
Bride", Act I, Sc. 1:
"Musk hath charms to soothe the savage breast,
To soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak."
"RHYME OR REASON"
Edmund Spenser, 16th Century poet, expected a
pension. He didn't get it. So he wrote this rhyme:
"I was promised on a time/To have reason
for my rhyme;/From that time unto this seasonj
l received nor rhyme not reason."
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