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9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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ommendations for appointments to or
nomination for any position. ,
Tabled motion calling for a letter to
be sent to Prof. Rice and the Curricu-
lum Committee of LSA expressing the
Council's endorsement of proposed
changes in the Freshman English Pro-
gram.
Interim action, reported approved:
Democratic Socialist Club, Dec. 1, pro-
gram, Union, speaker, Sol Dollinger.
Concerts
Collegium Musicum: The Michigan'
Singers and Tudor Singers, conducted
by Maynard Klein, with Marilyn Mason
Brown, harpsichordist, will present a
concert in Rackham Lecture Hall on
Fri., Dec. 4, at 8:30 p.m. Open to the
general public.

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Academic Notices
Biological Chemistry Colloquium: Dr.
Donald G. Bomb, Rackham Arthritis
Research Unit, will speak on- "Inter-
mediary Metabolism of Sialic Acid" in
Rm. M6423 Med. Sci. Bldg. at 4:00 p.m.
Fri., Dec. 4 Coffee will be served in the
department library (M5410) at 3:30 p.m.
Little Seminar: Prof. Franco Mon-
digliani, Carnegie Institute of Technol-
ogy, will speak on "Some Problems in
the Theory of Valuation. Under Un-
certainty" on Fri., Dec. 4 at 4:00 p.m.
in the E. Conf. Rm., Rackham Bldg.

Social Work-Social Science Collo-
quium: Mon., Dec. 7, at 4:15 p.m., Aud.
No. 2065, Frieze Bldg. Dr. Eugene Lit-
wak, Assoc. Prof., Social Welfare Re-
search, School of Social Work will speak
on- "inter-Organizational Analysis: The
Case of Community Organization and
Family Organization."
Automatic Programming and Numer-
ical Analysis Seminar: "Generation of
Pseudo-Random Number" Mr. Michael
A. Harrison will speak on Mon., Dec. 7,
at 4 p.m. in 3209 Angell Hall.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed im-
mediate teaching vacancies.
Calumet, Mich. - Ind. Arts.
Davenport, Ia. - JHS Eng.
East Detroit, Mich. - Visiting Teach-.
er.
Garden City, Mich..- Visiting Teach-
er.
Reading, Mich. - English.
Saginaw, Mich. - Speech-English,
Elem. Oral-Deaf,
Maywood, Ili:-English.
Wallkill, N. Y. - JHS Guidance.
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies for ,Feb., 1960.
Allen Park, Mich. - Kindergarten.
Chagrin Falls, Ohio - English.
Middletown, Ohio - Spanish, English
Wenatchee, Wash. - Speech Therapy.
The fololwing schools . have listed
teaching vacancies for Sept., 190.
Hillsdale, Mich. - Spanish, Ind. Arts,
English.
Wenatchee, Wash. - Speech. Therapy,
Functionally and Mentally Retarded.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments,.3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Interviews:
The following companies will inter-
view at the Bureau of Appointments,
4001 Admin. Bldg. Call Ext. 3371 or
509 for an interview appointment.
Mon., Dec. 7:
U.S. Marine Corps, Detroit, Mich.
Representatives= from the Detroit re-
cruiting office will be located on the
ground floor of the Michigan ,Union
opposite the cafeteria for the purpose
of answering any questions you may
have about their program and to be
of help to you.
Tues., Dec. 8:
U .S. Marine Corps - See Monday's
listings.
The Dow Chemical Co., Midland,
Mich. Location of work - Midland;
Sales Offices located in major cities
throughout the. U.S. after sit months
training. Graduates: Feb. or June. In-
dustrial organic and inorganic chemi-
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AMERICAN LITERATURE:
ITS CAUSE AND CURE
Today, as a service to students of American literature, this
cofumn presents digests of two classic American novels:
THE SCARLET LETTER
by Nathaniel "Swifty" Hawthorne
This is a heart-rending story of a humble New England lass
named Hester Prynne who is so poor that she does not have
what to eat nor a roof to cover her head. But she is a brave,
brawny girl and she never complains, and by and by her
patience is rewarded: in the summer of 1859 she wins a football
scholarship to Alabama.
Hard-working Hester soon wins her letter and everyone says
she is a shoo-in for All-Conference honors, but along comes the
War Between the States and footb'all, alas, is dropped for the
duration.

Poor Hester goes back to New England. It is a bitter cold
winter and poor Hester, alas, does not have any warm clothing
except for her football sweatdr from Alabama, but that, alas,
has a big scarlet "A" on the front of it and she can hardly wear
such a thing in New England where Union sentiment runs so
high.
Poor Hester, alas, freezes to death.
LITTLE WOMEN
by Louisa May "Bubbles" Alcott
The Marches are a very happy family-and for no discernible
reason. They are poor as snakes; they work from cockcrow to
evensong; their dear old father Philip is away with the Union
armies; and they can't do a thing with their hair.
Still, nothing can dampen the spirits of madcap Meg, jocular
Jo, buoyant Beth, animated Amy, and crazy old Marmee, as
the merry March girls laughiingly call their lovable mother.
Well sir, one Christmas the March girls get an invitation to a
ball. They are dying to go because they never have any fun at
all except maybe a few chuckles during the hog-rendering
season. But Beth reminds her sisters that they can hardly go
traipsing off to a ball and leave poor Marmee all alone at
Christmas time. The sisters swear a lot, but they finally agree
with Beth.
Marmee, however, will not hear of it. "Land's sakes, little
women !" she cries. "You must go to the ball and have some
fun. There will be fruit punch and Toll House cookies and
Early American sandwiches. 'Best of all, there will be morris
dancing. Oh, how your father and I used to love that!"
"I never knew father could dance," cries Meg.
"Oh yeah?" cries Marmee. "You should have seen Philip
morris."
"Was Philip a good morriser?" cries Jo.
"The best!" cries Marmee. "Philip could morris in soft pack
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