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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

NEW SURVEY BEGINS:
Literary College Seniors
To Be Quized on'U' Life
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By DAVE THOMAS
Graduating seniors in the lit-
erary college will soon be asked to
tell the University more about
themselves.
Approximately half of the sen-
ior class will be asked to take part
in a new voluntary survey being
conducted for the Curriculum
Committee and the Administra-
tion of the college.
A 17-page questionnaire is al-
ready in the mails along with a
letter explaining the purposes of
the survey.
IN ADDRESSING THE prospec-
tive graduates the letter notes that
American universities are often
criticized as factories which have
neither the time nor the means
to take a personal interest in
their students and evaluate the
effectiveness of their programs.
"This questionnaire represents
an earnest attempt to find out
more about you-your interest,
has Everything in
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your activities, your plans, your
needs-and use such informa-
tion for improving education
here at Michigan," it continues.
The letter goes on to explain
that seniors specifically are being
consulted as it is believed that
those who have just completed an
educational program are best qual-
ified to see its merits and limita-
tions.
* * *
IN THE SURVEY, students will
be asked to answer questions on
topics ranging all the way from
occupational goals and reading
habits to social relationships and
philosophies of life.
The University is not inter-
ested in compiling data about
individual elements, the survey
stresses. Only general statistical
results will be made available
to faculty members.
This new senior survey replaces
the old sophomore exams-a more
formal type of appraisal of what
the student has derived from col-
lege.
Seniors should turn in the com-
pleted questionnaires at a table in
the lobby of Angell Hall on next
Wednesday or Thursday.

--Daly-Doi Howe
"AH, WILDERNESS"-Sylvia Field and Ernest Truex rehearse a
tender love scene from Act 3 of "Ah, Wilderness" which will open
the revived Drama Festival Monday night at Lydia Mendels.,hui
Theatre. Husband and wife in real life, the famous couple will
enact the same role in Eugene O'Neill's only comedy
* * * *
Stage and Screen Actors Will
Star in Drama Season Opener
------ - _____

Broadway and Hollywood will
be well represented when the cur-
tain rises on the first production
of the Ann Arbor Drama Season
"Ah, Wilderness" at 8:30 p.m.

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Monday in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
An imposing list of players
topped by Ernest Truex, will en-
act the story of young love and
family life in a large small-town
in Connecticut, just after the turn
of the century.
* * *
"All, WILDERNESS," the only
comedy from the tragic pen of!
Eugene O'Neill treats with nos-
talgic humor the adolescent prob-
lems of Richard, a rebellious high'
school senior.
His anarchist beliefs, his anti-
capitalism and his love for a
neighbor's lovely daughter pro-
vide ample problems for his
father and mother.
The role of the father will be
played by Ernest Truex, who has
appeared in such hits as "George
Washington Slept Here," "Oh, Mr.
Meadowbrook" and "Wildfire."
SYLVIA FIELD, his wife, will
play opposite him in the role of
the mother. Miss Field has ap-
peared in "But Not Goodbye" and
played the part of the .mother
in the motion picture, "Junior
Miss."
Henry Garrard plays the role
of the problem son "Richard."
Other members of the cast in-
clude Ernest's son, Barry, Freda
Altman, Vaughn Taylor, Jennifer
Howard, Jon Dawson a Tru-
man Smith.

Government
Lists Jobs
In 3 Fields
Applications for the positions of
topographic engineers, position
classifiers and architects are now
being accepted by the U.S. Civil
Service Commission.
Topographic Engineers and
Aides are invited to immediately
file application in the Central Di-
vision of the Geological Survey.
Ratings will be based on appli-
cants' experience and training per-
tinent to the job.
Completed applications must
be on file in the office of the Di-
rector, Ninth U.S. Civil Service
Region, New Federal Building, St.
Louis 1, Missouri, prior to June 30,
1949.
Persons interested in positions
as position classifier should send
applications to the Seventh U.S.
Civil Service Regional Office, New
Post Office Building, Chicago 7,
Illinois. These positions are with
various Federal agencies in the
states of Illinois, Michigan and
Wisconsin.
- Applicants are not required to
take a written examination but
will be rated on- information as to
experience and training. Applica-
tions will be accepted until May
18, 1949.
Examinations may be taken for
architect in the following optional
branches: Design, Working Draw-
ings and General. The positions
to be filled from this examination
are located in Washington, D.C.
and vicinity.
Application forms may be ob-
tained from Mr. Edward F. Hell-
ner at the Post Office. They must
be received in the Commission's
Washington office not later than
June 7, 1949.
P'harmacist
Women's Club
Begis at U'
Zetalethian, the first association
of women pharmacy students in
the history of the University, was
recently organized here and has
elected officers.
Adopting as its name the Greek
word for "seekers of truth," the
professional society will work to-
ward advancing the position of
women in the field of pharmacy.
* * *
JOY E. COCHRAN, '50P, is the
first president of the new group.
Jane Zettel, '51P, was elected vice-
president. Funiko Ikemori, '51P,
was chosen secretary and Bennie
L. Bickham, '50P, is treasurer. Mrs.
Lee Worrell is the group's adviser.
After it has been in operation
for a year as a local club, the group
plans to affiliate with Lambda
Kappa Sigma, a national pharma-
ceutical sorority, which has chap-
ters in most American universities
containing colleges of pharmacy.

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