THE MICHIGAN DAILY
August NSA Congress
Needs Secretarial Help
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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T Aiee-Ire presents the GeneralI
invited. Tickets may be secured
from members or at Union desk.
American Chemical Society:
Meeting, Mon., May .29, 4:15 p.m.,
1400 Chemistry. Prof. N. V. Sidg-
wick, Oxford University, will lec-
ture on "Interhalogen Com-
U. of M. Sailing Club: Meeting,
Thurs.; May 25, 7:30 p.m., 311 W.
Engineering. Preparations for Na-
tional Dinghy Championship Re-
gatta, in June.
Secretarial help is vitally need-
ed for the Third Annual National
Student Association Congress, to
be held August 23-31 at the Uni-
versity, Miss Dorianne Zipper-
stein, '51, chairman of the SL's
NSA Committee, said yesterday.
Positions are open for skilled
secretaries, mimeograph opera-'
tors, and typists, as well as for
general personnel to serve as ush-
ers and messengers.
MUCH OF THE success and
operating efficiency of this sum-
mer's Congress will depend upon
the Secretariat, Miss Zipperstein
Those accepted for one of the
40 secretary positions will re-
ceive $25 from the NSA for
xroom, food and transportation
Miss Zipperstein emphasized
that a secretariat position should
be. regarded as a full-time busi-
ness job, and that along with
experience for the technical du-
ties, enthusiasm and initiative
are primary requirements.
Students wishing to apply for
the secretariat may visit or call
the SL office any weekday be-
tween 4 and 5 p.m.
Burks To Speak
Professor Arthur Burks of the
Philosophy Department will be
one of the principal speakers at
a meeting of the Industrial Math-
ematics Society at Wayne Uni-
versity today and tomorrow.
Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Society
Members Business M e e t i n g:
Thurs., May 25, 4 p.m., West Con-
ference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Initiation: Thurs., May 25, 8 p.m.,
Lecture Hall, Rackham Bldg., Prof.
G. B. Harrison will speak on "The
Study of Literature," followed by
informal reception in the Assem-
bly Hall, Rackham Bldg.
Electric "House of Magic" show.
Thurs., May 25, 8 p.m., Natural
Science Auditorium. Everyone in-
International Center Weekly Tea:
4:30-6 p.m., Thurs., May 25.
Sigma Rho Tau, Engineering
Speech Society: Twenty-first an-
nual .TUNG OIL BANQUET, Fri.,
May 26, 6:15 p.m., Union. Guest
Speaker: Daniel C. Wilkerson, Pa-
tent Attorney with G.M. Everyone
"House of M*agic".
A national electrical-appliance
concern will present its "House of
Magic" show at 8 p.m. Thursday
in Natural Science Auditorium.
Various scientific tricks will be
featured on the program, such as
"exploding paper," a man shaking
hands with his own shadow, and
a toy electric train subject to
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NEW ASSISTANT DEAN-James H. Robertson, newly appointed
assistant dean of the literary college, turns from browsing in
his office library to welcome a West Quad visitor.
New Dean Will Atte pt
'Humanization' of Rules
TOUR EUROPE THIS SUMMER
24 days visiting England . .. France .. .
Belgium . Switzerland ... Italy
PLENTY OF FREE TIME FOR SIGHTSEEING
Price of $645 includes:
round-trip air transportation
all meals and hotel accommodations
all sightseeing, including guide fees
all baggage transfers
all miscellaneous tips and taxes
Contact DICK ARNESEN for further details
Phone 2-8265 after 6 P.M.
STUDENT TRAVEL SERVICE, LTD.
RUN BY STUDENTS FOR STUDENTS
By VERNON EMERSON.
A public relations man instead
of an administrative officer is
James H. Robertson's way of des-
"My new job as I see it now
will be humanizing literary col-
lege rules and regulations," Ro-
bertson said. "An attempt to bring
about a meeting of minds on stu-
dent problems and good Univer-
AFTER COMPLETING his pre-
undergraduate studies in public
schools in Brooklyn, Robertson
worked six years to get his B.S.
in accounting from New York Uni-
versity. He attended night school
"Half way through I saw the
light and began to pile up points
in English. But I still got my de-
gree in accounting."
He came to Ann Arbor in Sept-
ember of 1937 and received his
M.A. in English the following
Spring. He received his Ph.D this
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IT WILL require making rules
flexible so that they apply to in-
dividual cases, he noted.
Robertson explained that he
hopes to extend Dean Hayward
Keniston's policy of giving stu-
dents a chance to express their
opinions on all decisions con-
"I plan to seek the advice of all
students on subjects which are
vital to them, and thus prevent
any antagonism or suspicion of
the administration that. might
breed without foundation," Ro-
AT PRESENT an instructor in
the English department, Robert-
son will not find his new adminis-
trative post entirely novel when
he takes over July 1.
Two years after he began his
graduate studies here, Robert-
son served as a Staff Assistant
in Adams House of the West
Quadrangle, which had just
opened. That was in 1939.
The next year he took over as
Resident Advisor in Wenley House
on the other side of the Quad,
when, in 1941, a four year army
NOW HE IS temporarily Resi-
dent Director forthe West Quad-
rangle, while Prof. Peter Ostafin
is on leave in England.
Robertson pointed out that
the heterogeneous population of
the Residence Halls coupled
with wide opportunities for ac-
tivities makes dorm living one
of the student's most valuable
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Schonberg: QUARTET NO. 3, OPUS 30
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Bartok: SONATA for Two Pianos and Percussion
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THURS., May 25-FRI.,
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