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THlE MICHIGAN DAIL;Y

ARIED ACTIVITIES:
SL Projects Outshone
By Discrimination Work

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN]

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By BARBARA GOLDBLUM
The Homecoming Dance, Rose
Bowl movies, Student Advisor pro-
grams, calendaring of the year's
events-these are some of the
many Student Legislature projects
which have been overshadowed by
more publicized work in the field
of discrimination.
But the removal of the discrim-
inatory questions from school ap-
plications and work on the fra-
ternity bias clause issue are the
most noteworthy accomplishments.
of the year.
* * *
AS RECENTLY as this year the
questions of ancestry of parents,
birth place of parents, race, reli-
gion, photograph, former name if
changed, nationality, place of
birth, family citizenship, family
education, occupation of father
and mother were on almost all
University application blanks.
Through the cooperation of SL
and the deans, most of these ques-
tions or all of them have been re-

moved from the application blanks
of practically every school.
* Students have encountered
many projects without realizing
that they were under SL spon-
sorship.
This semester student advisors
gave the benefit of their experi-
ence in helping students elect sub-
jects. The routine task of calen-
daring the year's events was also
done by SL this year.
The SL Cinema Guild, which
was responsible for the showing
of such fine films as "The Bicycle:
Thief" and "Blue Angel," serves
a two-fold purpose. First, it brings
to the student body foreign films
anl exceptional past films which
might not otherwise be seen in
Ann Arbor. Second, the proceeds
from these presentations go to de-
serving campus organizations such
as Phoenix Project, Displaced Stu-
dents Committee and Student Re-
ligious Association on a basis of
relative need.t

(Continued from Page 2)
Activities calendar 1951-52.
Cinema Guild report accepted, policy
revisions approved, including (1) Treas-
urer of Cinema Guild as voting mem-
ber of the Cinema Guild Board, (2) to
establish an insurance fund to protect
financial interests of co-sponsoring
groups.
Housing recommendation re Delta
Sigma Pi.
Report and recommendations on stu-
dent organization finances.
Summer meetings Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs June 26, July 31.
Statement from Dr. Ruthven rescind-
ing action adopted by the Committee
on Student Affairs on March 6 estab-
lishing a time limit for the removal of
discriminatory clauses from constitu-
tions of student organizations.
Personnel Requests,
Kline's Department Store, Ann Arbor,
is looking for men for retail store train-
ing. They have stores in Illinois, In-
diana, Michigan, and Ohio.
Wurzberg's Department Store, Grand
Rapids, is looking for women for their
merchandising training program. They
are also looking for women for summer
positions in their College Shop. Women
in any year of college are eligible.
Royal Liverpool Group, Detroit, is
looking for a woman for casualty in-
surance underwriting and men for po-
sitions as claims adjusters and in-
spectors.
Metlab Company, Philadelphia, is
looking for all types of engineers, sales-
men, estimators, cost accountants, pur-
chasingkmen, personnel men, and of-
fice workers.
Needham, Louis & Brorby, Inc., Chi-
cago, an advertising agency, is looking,
for men for their Advertising Training
Program.
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Radio Station WAND, Canton, Ohio,
has immediate openings for men and
women in radio broadcasting, announc-
ing, continuity writing, and office
work.
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit,
is looking for Architectural, Civil, or
Mechanical Engineers.
The Y.W.C.A., Jackson, is looking for
a young woman to direct program ac-
tivities which includes recreational and
adult group work and different types
of informal activities, clubs, sports.
Hurley ,Hospital, Flint, Michigan, is
looking for men and women for Labor-
atory Technicians.
For further information call at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Building.
Personnel Interviews:
Friday, June 1
International Business Machines, De-
troit, will be interviewing women for
positions as Systems Service Represen-
tatives. An accounting or mathematics
background would be yery helpful.
This position involves a great deal of
customer contact. For appointments,
call at the Bureau of Appointments,I
3528 Administration Building.
Summer Employment:
A representative from Camp Rankin,
Michigan (operated by the Highland
Park Community Center) will be inter-
viewing men for the positions of gen-
eval counselor, nature and handicraft
counselor and waterfront counselor
next Tues., June 5, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Call the Bureau of Appointments, Ext.
2614. for appointment.
Summer Opportunities:
The Bureau of Appointments still has
numerous calls for men and women for
resort and camp work. Waitresses,
waiters, busboys, cabin counselors, gen-
eral counselors, waterfront directors and
nature counselors are among the posi-
tions still to be filled. Business re-
quests include calls for student engi-
neers with the following concerns:
Ethyl Corporation of Detroit; Design
Services of Jackson, Michigan; Inland
Container Corporation of Indianapolis,
Indiana; Belianca Aircraft of New Cas-
tle, Delaware; Allied Chemical and Dye
of New York City; Industrial Rayon
Corporation of Painesville, Ohio; Atlas
Cement Co. of Buffington, Indiana; US
Rubber Co. of Detroit; Liquid Carbonic
Corporation of Chicago; Kimberly-Clark
of Neenah, Wisconsin; Pure Oil Co. of
Toledo; Industrial Heating Equipment
Co. of Detroit; Owens-Corning Fiber-
glass of Toledo; General Motors Corpor-
ation of Detroit; Westinghouse Electric
Corporation of Pittsburgh; du Pont of
Wilmington, Delaware; and Wyandotte
Chemical of Wyandotte, Michigan.
Plants needing general plant help are
Gary Steel Works of Gary, Indiana and
American Seating Co. of Grand Rapids,
Michigan. Business concerns interested
in hiring students for sales are: Real
Silk Hosiery Mills of Chicago; Better
Brushes of Palmer, Massachusetts; Sears
Roebuck of Detroit; Encyclopedia Bri-
tannica of Chicago; National Biscuit of
Flint; Mandeville and King Co. of
Rochester, N. Y.; Peerless Mgr. and
Supply Co. of Cincinnati; Winkelman
Brothers of Detroit; Firestone Products
of Boston; Northwestern Woolen Co. of
Minneapolis; Carson Pirie Scott & Co.
of Chicago; Westmorland Sterling Silver
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of Ann Arbor; and John Shillito Co. of
Cincinnati. Calls for women typists
and stenographers are from Russell Kel-
ly Office Service in Detroit; Employers
Temporary Service in Detroit andf
Michigan Wisconsin Pipeline Co. in De-
troit. The National Forest at Delta,
Colorado and Grand Teton National
Park at Moose, Wyoming are looking
for male laborers. General type calls
have been received from the US Smelt-
ing and Refining Co. of Alaska; Fire-
stone of' Akron, Ohio; Woolworth of
Ann Arbor; Hooker Electrochemical Co.
of Niagara Falls; Automatic Electric Co.
of Chicago; Peoples Gas Light and Coke
Co. of Chicago; and Retail Credit Co.
of Detroit.
For further information about the
above calls, contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments.C
A Print Loan Collection: Beginning
today, all prints that have not yet been
returned are overdue, and a fine of
five cents for each day overdue will
be charged. Prints may be returned
to 510 Administration Building today
or next week, Monday through Friday,
8-12 and 1-5.
Personnel Requests:
Jeffersonville QM Depot announces
an opening for a Plant Engineer. Ap-
plicant must have BSME and at least
2 years of experience. Although this
is an indefinite appointment, this posi-
tion is one of the most permanent posi-
tions at the Depot.f
Thomas Mimeograph Company, De-
troit, is looking for salesmen to con-
tact all types of businesses, schools,
shops, and associations which have
need for mimeograph equipment and
supplies.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company
of New York is looking for a young man
for their Cashier Training Program.
This opening is in Grand Rapids. I
Richard D. Irwin, Inc., Chicago, has
a few openings in their Sales Depart-
ment. These men call on universities
and colleges to promote the sale of
textbooks in just the two fields of
business administration and economics.
Atwell-icks, Ann Arbor, is looking
for surveying engineers for either in
the field or in the office.
Design Service, Jackson, is looking for
engineers interested in producing en-
gineering for machine and too'design.
Applicants need not have a degree.
They also have some summer openings.
U. S. Civil Service Commission an-
nounces an examination for Industrial
Specialist Grades GS-6 to GS-12. Posi-
tions will be in Illinois, Michigan, and
Wisconsin. The Detroit Ordnance Dis-
trict also announces a similar examina-
tion. No closing date.
For further in formation call at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Bldg.
Academic 'Notices
Anthropology 152, The Mind of Primi-
tive Man, Final Exam room assignment:
A to He, inclusive, in 231 A. H.; all
others in Architecture auditorium.
History 50 Final Examination, June 8,
9 a.m.; A-H, Natural Science Auditor-
ium; I-Z, Waterman Gym.
History 182 Final Examination, June
6, 9 a.m.; 215 Economics Bldg.
Doctoral Examination for Roland
Hamilton Good, Jr., Physics; thesis:
"On the Theory of Forbidden Beta-
Transitions," Sat., June 2, West Coun-
cil Room, Rackham Bldg., 10 am.
Chairman, G. E. Uhebeck.
Doctoral Examination for Richard
James Bard, Chemistry; thesis: "The
Effect of Atmosphere Gases on the In-
terfacial Tensions Between Mercury
and Several Liquids," Thurs., June 7,
1565 Chemistry Bldg., 3 p.m. Chair-
man, F. E. Bartell.
Doctoral Examination for R u t h
Hirsch, Linguistics; thesis: "A Study of
Some Aspects of a Judeo-Spanish Dia-
lect as Spoken by a New York Sephardic
Family," Sat., June 2, East Council
Room, Rackham Bldg., 9 a.m. Chair-
man, L. B. KiddIe.
Doctoral Examination for Joseph Ford
Bennett, Psychology; thesis: "A Method
for Determining the Dimensionality of
a Set of Rank-Orders," Tues., June 19,
East Council Room, Rackham Bldg., 1
p.m. Chairman, C. H. Coombs.
Doctoral Examination for Peter James
Stanlis, English; thesis: "Burke's Poli-
tics and the Law of Nature," Mon., June
4, East Council Room, Rackham Bldg.,
7:30 p.m. Chairman, L. I. Bredvold.
All Students in L. S. & A. who made
application for the Teacher's Certificate
during the school year with any mem-
bers of the committee: Professors Clov-
er, Thorpe, Stevens, or Wheeler, must
have the card signed by their advisors,
in their major and minor fields, re-
turned to Rm. 1006 Angell Hall by
June 16.

Concerts
Student Recital: John Flower, Pian-
ist, will be heard at 8:30 Monday eve-

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