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1951

PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20,

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-Daily-Bill Hampton
"I understand he will take a prominent part in today's Symposium
on Generation."
Students TOA ir Views
On 'Generation' Today

Merchants Vote for Holiday Hours
Ann Arbor retail merchants have because of lack of help, after many
voted to remain open evenings to days of controversy uniform eve-
cover the Christmas season shop- ning hours have been established
ping rush. and most stores will be open every
Although many proprietors were Monday night and the Friday
hesitant to go along with the plan night before Christmas until 9 p.m.

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Policies and potentials of "Gen-
eration" will be opened to a gen-
eral campus discussion at 7:30 p.
m. today in the ABC room of the
League.
The purpose of the meeting will
be to provide a chance for any in-
terested persons to air their views
One-Act Plays
To BeStaged
Works of three great modern
artists will be produced at the
speech department's laboratory
bill of one-act plays to be given at
8 p.m. Thursday and Friday in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Entirely directed and staged by
students in advanced theatre
courses, the program will include
George Bernard Shaw's comedy,
"Passion, Poison and Petrifica-
tion"; Tenessee Williams' "The
Case of the Crushed Petunias" and
E. E. Cummings' "Santa Claus."
Tickets for the performances
will go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednes-
day at the Lydia Mendelssohn box
office. All seats will sell for 30
cents.
Bus. Ad. Officers
Students elected the following
people to serve on the Business
Administration Council next year:
Norman Viehmann, Grad., presi-
dent; William V. Horvath, vice-
president; Marilyn Matthews, '52,
secretary and Ann Patterson, '52,
treasurer.

and their criticisms of the student
art magazine, Inter-Arts Union
president Anne Stevenson, '54SM,
said.
* * *
"GENERATION" sponsored by
the Inter-Arts Union, was organ-
ized as a vehicle to publish student
art works.
"We want. to dispel a common
notion that 'Generation' exists
only for the benefit of a few
'arty' people," Miss Stevenson
said. "The aim of the magazine
is to represent the creative po-
tential of the entire student
body."
The meeting will open with an
explanation of history and aims
of "Generation" by Donald Hope,
'51, managing editor. Policies for
judging the works submitted and
the staff formation will also be ex-
plained.
Anyone with comments, criti-
cism or questions about "Genera-
tion" has been urged to attend.
"Any ideas for improving the pub-
lication will be welcome," Miss
Stevenson emphasized.
Miller To Speak
On Rules of Order
A talk by Prof. N. Edd Miller, of
the speech department, will high-
light the parliamentary procedure
discussion at 7:30 p.m. today in
the Union Ballroom.
The meeting will include a
demonstration meeting as well as
a question period. Literature on
the topic will be distributed at the
close of the meeting.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the
University. Notices should be sent
in TYPEWRITTEN form to Room
2552 Administration Building before
3 p.m. the day preceding publication
(11 a.m. on Saturday).
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1951
VOL. LXIV, NO. 49
Notices
Automobile Regulations will be lifted
from Wednesday noon, Nov. 21, to 9
a.m., Fri., Nov. 23.
Department of State and United Na-
tions Internships.
Students interested in applying for
Department of State and United Na-
tions ir' rnships should contact Prof.
Russel . Fifield of the Department of
Politic Science, on Fri., Nov. 23, 4
p.m., ,d on Tues., Nov. 27 at 5 p.m.,
2031 Angell Hall. Candidates are re-
minded that in order to be considered
they should have already passed the
Junior Management Assistant examina-
tion on Sat., Dec. 8.
Employi-ent Interviews:
Mr. F. W. Powers of Pratt and Whit-
ney Aircraft, East Hartford, Conn., will
interview February graduates f r o m
Aeronautical, Mechanical, Electrical,
Chemical Engineering and Physics stu-
dents in the Aeronautical Engineering
Department on Tues., Nov. 20. Sign
schedule on the Aero. bulletin board
opposite room 1079 East Engineering
Building.
Personnel Requests.
The National Casualty Company of
Detroit has openings for an Assistant
Purchasing Agent and one or two
agency men. A background of econo-
mics would be helpful but is not a
requirement.
The Commonwealth Associates of
Jackson, Michigan, is in need of women
in Mathematics for engineering assist-
ants to consulting engineers: and a
technical librarian.
The Elkhart Supply Corporation (deal-
ers in wholesale electrical supplies), of
Elkhart, Indiana, is looking for a man
with an electrical education for sales
work.
The Michigan Southern and Coal
Corporation of Columbus, Ohio, is in
need of two salesmen, one for northern
Indiana, and the other for eastern
Michigan. Applicants should have a
degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bowser, Inc., of Fort Wayne, Indiana,
has immediate openings for two Me-
chanical Engineering graduates for sup-
ervisory, design, and production engi-
neering. They are also interested in
an additional four Engineers from the
June, 1952, grauating class-two of
these should be Mechanical, one Electri-
cal, and one Chemical.
The Granite City Steel Company of
Granite City, Illinois, has openings for
current or recent graduates of Mechani-
cal and Electrical Engineering, and for
current, recent, and experienced Indus-
trial Engineers.
The Arma Corporation of Brooklyn,
New York, is looking for the following
personnel: Mechanical, Metallurgical,
Chemical, and Electrical Engineers, and
Physicists. This firm would be in-
terested in seeing New York residents
during Christmas vacation.
For more complete details concern-
Ing the above requests, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Building.
Personnel Interviews:
Tues., Nov. 20, a representative of the
Weekdays
44c to 5P.M.
Continuous from 1 P.M.

Oscar Mayer Company of Madison, Wis-
consin, will be interviewing graduates
of the Engineering fields or Business
Administration for a training program
leading to supervisory positions. They
are also interested in Chemists and
Chemical Engineers for their Product
Research Department; Chemists, Che-
mical Engineers, Food Technologists,
Statisticians for their Product Control
Department; and Industrial Engineers
and Statisticians for their Industrial
Engineering Department.
Tues., Nov. 20, Dr. Paul Williams,
Personnel Ccnsultant, will be inter-
viewing February Engineering gradu-
ates for the following companies: The
Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company
of Youngstown, Ohio (Metallurgical,
Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil Engi-
neers; experienced Industrial Engineers
for their Industrial Engineering Dlvi-
sion); The Eimco Corporation of Salt
Lake City, Utah (Chemical, Metallurgi-
cal, or Civil Engineers for Engineering
Sales; Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chem-
ical Engineers for Production, Design
and Development, Research, and Ad-
ministration); The General Fireproof-
ing Company, of Youngstown, Ohio
(Commerce or Arts graduates for Semi-
Technical Sales); The Ortho Pharma-
ceutical Corporation of Raritan, New
Jersey (Arts and Sciences graduates,
with premedical, zoology or chemistry
majors preferred, for Semi-Technical
Sales); The Ethicon Suture Laborator-
ies, Inc., of New Brunswick, New Jersey
(men for Executive Training); The
Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company
of Youngstown, Ohio (Commerce or
Arts graduates f o r Semi-Technical
Sales; and Economic graduates with MS
or PhD for their Supervisory staff).
For further information and appoint-
ments concerning the above interviews,
call at the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Building.
Academic Notices
The Undergraduate Botany Club will
present Prof. Chester A. Arnold, the
famous Paleobotanist, speaking on
"Hunting Plant Fossils in Northern
Alaska." Wed., Nov. 21, 2 p.m.. 1139
Natural Science Building. Important
business meeting at 7:30.
Botany Seminar: "The Cytogenetic
Approach to Problems of Phylogeny in
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TODAY and WEDNESDAY
CLIFTON WEBB in

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Special ThisWek ,
Department of Speech
presents
FIRST LABORATORY PLAY BILL fJ
!."SANTA CLAUS"
by E .ummings
0 "PASSION, POISON & PETRIFACTION"
^ by George Bernard Shaw
* "THE CASE OF THE CRUSHED PETUNIAS"
by Tennessee Williams
Thursday and Friday 8 P.M.
O All Seats 30c
Box Office opens 10-5 P.M. Wednesday
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
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PLUS
A PARAMOUNT RELEASEi
New Show Thursday
THANKSGIVING DAY
KATHERINE GRAYSON
in
"SHOWBOAT"
and-
GEO. RAFT
"LUCKY NICK CAIN"
READ
and
USE
DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS

-Today and Wednesday--
A ROBOT AND
A MAN...FROM

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NEXT WEEK
SDEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
presents
"King Richard H1"
by William Shakespeare
Wed.-Sat., Nov. 28-Dec. 1 ... 8 P.M.
Admissions $1.20-9oc-60c

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