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THE AICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY iS, 1952

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ROTC MlEETING:
Assembly Will Reveal
'U' Contributions Today

A special assembly of the ROTC
cadets will be held at 2 p.m. to-
day in the Rackham Lecture Hall,
revealing the University's research
contributions to the United States
armed forces.
The half-hour program, spon-
sored by the three ROTC units
on campus, will be broadcast over
Case Clubs
Select New
Senior Judges
Alan.R. Kidston, '53L, was ap-
pointed presiding judge of the
Case Clubs for the 1952-53 year
Tuesday.
The senior judges appointed for
each of the clubs are: Joseph M.
Neath, Jr., '53L, of the Bates Club,
Richard W. Pogue, '53L, of the
Campbell Club, Frank L. Zagel-
meyer, 153L, of the Carpenter
Club, Albert L. Feldman, '53L, of
the Champlain Club, Warren K.
Urbom, '53L, of the Christancy
Club.
Alfred W. Blumrosen, '53L, of
the Clark Club, John G. Lees, '53L,
of the Cooley Club, Walter G.
Flickinger, '53L, of the Day Club,
Donald C. Lunt, '53L, of the Flet-
cher Club, J. Kirby Hendee, '53L,
of the Grant Club.
Charles W. Wexler, '53L, of the
Graves Club, Charles E. Oldfath-
er, '53L, of the Hutchins Club,
Stanley T. Lesser, '53L, of the
Knappen Club, James W. Calli-
sair, '53L, of the Montgomery
Club, Robert G. Russell, '53L, of
the Rogers Club, and Hyman L.
Berman, '53L, of the Woodward
Club.
SUMME R
SCHOOL
Program for College
People in Gregg
SHRTHAN D
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TRANSCRIPTION. -

the University's radio station,
WUOM, and WPAG, and will be
rebroadcast on Saturday over
WHRV and WJR, Detroit.
The assembly is in line with
the Armed Forces Week program
designed to adequately acquaint
the civilian population with the
program that exists for in time
of war or emergency.
The week's affair pointed to-
wards an Armed Forces Day par-
ade and weapon demonstration
Saturday.
During and after the parade
there will be open houses at North
Hall, the National Guard Armory,
and Temporary Class Rooms, with
public displays and including cof-
fee and doughnuts. Also following
the parade will be a live weapon
demonstration, featuring a pill box
attack and including mortars, light-
machine guns, anti-tank guns and
phosphorous grenades.
Architect Tells
How To Keep
Basements Dry
A University architect recently
came up with "sure' cure" methods
of keeping a basement. dry, despite
a damp dirt floor and poor venti-
lation.
According to Prof. Herbert W.
Johe of the architecture school,
the first problem can be alleviated
by leveling the ground surface,
laying vapor-seal paper on the
floor, lapping all paper joints six
inches and sealing the joints with
tar.
Gravel should then be 'laid, fol-
lowed by more vapor-seal paper,
and concrete slabs can be placed
on top. However, in laying the
slabs, Prof. Johe has a warning :
at the wall joints be sure to allow
for expansion by inserting a dense..
asphaltum type expansion strip
tee

Hopwood
Speaker
A nnounced
Horace Gregory, well known po-
et and critic, will give the annual
Hopwood Lecture at 4:15 pm.,
May 28, in Rackham Lecture Hall.
Winners of the annual Avery
and Julie Hopwood contest in cre-
ative writing will be revealed after
the lecture, Prof. Roy W. Cowden,
Hopwood Awards director, an-
nounced. The contest provides
awards in each of the four fields
of the novel, essay, poetry and
drama.
* * *
GREGORY, WHO has been lec-
turer on poetry and critical the-
ory at Sarah Lawrence College,
Bronxville, N.Y., since 1934, is the
author of numerous books of po-
etry and criticism, including: "No
Retreat," published in 1933; and
"Selected Poems of Horace Greg-
ory," 1951.
Among his books of criticism
is "Pilgrim of the Apocalypse;
A Critical Study of D. H. Law-
rence."
Gregory's poems have received
the following awards: from Poetry
(Chicago), the Helen Haire Levin-
son Prize, 1936; from The Ameri-
can Institute of Arts and Letters,
t h e Russell Loines Memorial
Award for "Poems, 1930-1940,"
1942; and the Union League Civic
Prize, 1952. In 1951 he received a
John Simon Guggenheim Fellow-
ship for research in Europe.
Student Voice
Recitals Slated
Five recitals will take place at
the University during Sunday,
May 18, through Tuesday, May 20.
At 4:15 p.m. on Sunday, Miss
Eugenia Wells, '52SM, sopr'ano,
will give her recital in the Archi-
tecture Auditorium. Miss Camilla
Duncan, pianist, will follow Miss
Wells at 8:30 p.m.
On Monday, Miss Louise Leon-
ard, '52SM, violinist, will give a re-
cital at 8:30 p.m. in the Architec-
ture Auditorium.
Leland Bartholomew, Grad., SM,
playing the french horn, will hold
his recital at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday,
in Rackham Assembly Hall.
James Fudge, Grad., SM, bass,
will follow with his recital at 8:30
p.m.

Iowa Campus Plagued
By Spring Madness Riot
Students at the University of several students and turned them
Iowa yesterday succumbed to the over to the dean of students.
same "spring madness" which has Unlike a recent statement from
inspired a series of campus riots a riot-shaken Purdue University,
throughout the country, no one at Iowa suggested that the
Taunted by coeds' calls of "come uprising was inspired by "a simi-
on in fellows," 700 University of lar raid by the students of the
Iowa men scuffled with police and University of Michigan."
raided a women's dormitory for * * *
"unmentionables." ON THE Western Michigan Col-
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CURRIER HALL, women's dor-
mitory housing more than 600
coeds, was plagued for more than
an hour by the demonstration.
The women locked themselves in
their rooms, but some reportedly
tossed clothes to raiders in the
hallways.
According to police, no harm
was done to women students.
One policeman and a university
official were reported shaken
up.
No arrests were made but offi-
cers seized identification cards of

lege campus at Kalamazoo, a raid
on a women's dormitory brought
disciplinary probation yesterday
to five students.
-The five were among 50 men
students who marched last month
on women's dormitory Blanche
Draper Hall and entered through
a door opened by one of the wo-
men.
No violence resulted from the
Kalamazoo raid, and rioters were
quieted by Dean of Men Ray C.
Pellett, the house master and some
police who had advance warning
of the demonstration.

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by the shortage of secretarial
workers we offer a special ten
week accelerated program for
those with college *training.
Classes begin June 23. Write
for bulletin or phone
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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).
THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1952
VOL. LXII, No. 158
Late permission for women students
who attended "Gcodbye, My Fancy" on
Trues., May 13 will be no later than
11:30 p.m.
Notices
Summer Employment: Students in-
terested in summer employment will
have an opportunity to examine the
Bureau of Appointments' personnel re-
quests from camps, resorts and indus-
tries (calls from industries include both
technical and non-technical jobs)
Thursday, 1 to 5 p.m., Room 3B, Michi-
gan Union. Those students who have
not as yet registered for summer em-
ployment may do so at that time.
A representative from the Russell
Kelly Office Service organization of
Detroit will be at the Michigan Union,
Room 3B, 1 to 5 p.m., Thursday to in-
terview women students interested in
summer employment in the Detroit
area in clerical capacities.
A representative from the Vita Craft
Corporation, a Kansas City aluminum
wares company, will be at the Michigan
Union, Room 3B, 1 to 5 p.m., Thursday
to interview interested students in sum-
mer sales positions for various loca-
tions.
Prsonnel Interviews.
Fisher Body Division of General
Motors Corporation of Detroit will be
interviewing on Thurs., May 22 for field
representatives from among students
in advertising, journalism or liberal arts
for its public relations and advertis-
ing section's annual Fisher Body
Craftsman's Guild competition. As-
signments will include travel, public
speaking and public relations work iv
conjunction with this nationally pub-
licized youth model car competition
which starts Aug. 25 and runs through
the middle of December.
The Carl A. Underhill Company, De-
troit, manufacturers agent specializing
in non-ferrous metals for the plating
industry, will be interviewing on Fri.,
May 23, draft exempt, June and Aug-
ust graduates for salesmen, one for
the Detroit area and one for a travel-
ing assignment which would include
Chicago, Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
The American Seating Company, Grand
Rapids, will be interviewing Fri., May
23, Mechanical and Industrial Engi-
neers, Liberal Arts and Business Admin-
istration students for sales and indus-
trial relations, and Economics and Busi-
ness Administration students for ac-
counting. Both June and August grad-
uates may apply,
Personnel Requests.
National-Standard Company, of Niles,
Michigan, has announced that it is re-
ceiving applications from Business 4d-
ministration and engineering students
who would be interested in entering its
training program with the view toward
individual placement in some specific
management position in the Company.
National-Standard is a small manufac-
turing company with nine plants
spread throughout the country. Manu-
facturers of wire, strip, and screen
cloth,
Edmont Manufacturing Company,
Coshocton, Ohio, needs Development
Chemists( Product) and Development
Chemist and Compounders. This firm
is the prime producer of coated indus-
trial gloves.

Diamond Power Specialty Corpora-
tion, Lancaster, Ohio, would like to
hear from interested Development, Re-
search and Service Engineers wanting
a small firm. Firm makes soot blowers
and other boiler equipment such as
guages and industrial TV.
Hancock Manfacturing Company,
Jackson, Michigan, desires mechanical
engineers (general mechanical design)
and civil engineers (draft and survey).
Altens Foundry and Machine Works,
Inc., Lancaster, Ohio, would like to
hear from mechanical engineering grad-
uates who would be interested in join-
ing its staff as an assistant in the
engineering department.
American Conditioning House, Inc.,
Boston, Mass., is interested in receiving
applications from Chemical Engineer-
ing graduates who would like to work
with the company specializing in laun-
dry work or dry-cleaning problems.
City of Chicago, Department of Wel-
fare, Chicago, Ill., has openings for
Case Workers and Vocational Counselor
Trainees. Requirements are that the
candidates have a Bachelor's degree
from an accredited college and that
they be Chicago residents.
American ViscoseCorporation, Phila-
delphia, Pa., has a number of positions
open at the present time. They include
Control Chemist, Junior Chemical En-
gineers, Industrial Engineers, Research
Chemists, Assistant to Cost Account-
ant, Junior Staff Chemists, Senior Re-
search Assistant, Patent Searcher, Sen-
ior }Time-Study Man, Assistant Micro-
scopist, and other positions.
For further details, information, ap-
pointments or application blancks come
to the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, or call exten-
tion 371.
Lectures
The Henry Russel Lecture. "The Wa-
ter-Vapor Molecule and its Spectrum."
Dr. David M. Dennison, Professor of
Physics. Announcement of the Henry
Russel Award for 1951-52 will be made
at this time. Thurs., May 15, 4:15 p.m.,
Rackham Amphitheatre.
American Chemical Society Lecture.
The University of Michigan Section
sponsors a lecture by Professor Harold
C. Urey, Institute of Nuclear Studies,
University of Chicago, on "Some Chem-
ical Evidence Relative to the Origin
of the Earth," at 8 p.m., Thursday, May
15, in the Rackham Amphitheatre. All
interested persons are invited.
Academic Notices
Postponement Aero Seminar: The
talk by ,Mr. J. S. Murphy scheduled
for 4 o'clock this afternoon has been
postponed indefinitely.
Seminar in Transonic. Flows. Fri.,
May 16, 4 p.m., 1508 E. Engineering
Bldg., Mr. J. Kline will continue with
the discussion of the method used by
W. Vincenti to compute the flow pass
a wedge."
Seminar in Applied Mathematics.
Thurs., May 15, 4 p.m., 247 W. Engi-
neering Bldg. Mr. K. M. Siegel of Wil-
low Run Research Center will speak
on "Scattering from a semi-infinite
cone."
Doctoral Examination for Ernest
Henry Wakefield, Electrical Engineer-
ing; thesis: "The Opening of the Pro-
portional Region to Beta Counting and
the Development of Two Flow Beta
Counters," 'hurs., May 15, 1:30 p.m.,
2507 E. Engineering Bldg. Chairman, S.
S. Attwood.
Doctoral,Examination for Clyde Ed-
ward Jacobs, Political Science; thesis:
"The Publicists and Laissez Faire Con-
stitutional Principles," Fri., May 16,
3 p.m., 3516 Administration Bldg. Chair-
man, H. M. Dorr.
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