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GE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1952

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NATIONAL APPROACH:
Aesthetic Editor Interviewed

We found him at his desk read-'
ing a book, oblivious to the news-
paper noises of the office.
The outgoing Daily Managing
Editor looked up with a shy smile
at the same time straightening his
conservative striped tie. "I guess
I'll be sort of glad to get away
from all this," Chuck Elliott, '52,
remarked.
"I'M GOING to retire to an ideal
18th century mansion on the
Scotch border and live, surrounded
by books and interesting shep-
herds," he stated with studied ser-
iousness.
But as he lit a cigarette, the
flannel-clad English major con-
fessed that he'd probably settle
for teaching literature on a Mi-
chigan type campus. "I want
people to enjoy themselves and
maybe through teaching them
how to enjoy books I can also
help them to do that," he ex-
plained. "This does sound pom-
pous," he added.
"Actually," he continued, "I lean
toward the rational approach.
Consideration of a problem for its
own sake isn't worth much. But
action for its own sake isn't worth
much either."
"I guess that sounds pompous
too," he said with a grin.
THE RETIRING senior will be
getting away from quite a lot. Be-
ides his illustrious Daily career
he was a member of Michigauma,
senior honorary; SAC, Sphinx, and
Assistant Producer of "Metomor-
phosis."
"That was really quite an ex-
perience," he declared referring
to the famed experimental mov-
ie. "I'm looking forward to do-
ing something like that again in
the future."
Elliott's tastes are not as con-
servative as his dress. "I go for pe-
culiar sorts of music," he told us,
"Bach, Haydn and I am now ex-
perimenting with medieval music."
For a while the aesthetic news-
paper man indulged with a group
of friends in self taught .art les-
sons, but, "I'd rather not discuss
that," he said.

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Campus
Calendar
Events Today
CONCERT - The first annual
"Spring Sing" concert will be pre-
sented at 4:00 p.m. in the West
Park shell.
RECITAL-Joan Zapf, mezzo-
soprano, will give a public recital
at 4:15 p.m. in the Architecture
Auditorium.
Coming Events
ASIA LECTURE-Prof. Eiichiro
Ishida of the University of Tokyo
will speak on "Incidents in Asian
Folklore" at 4:15 p.m. in the Rack-
ham Amphitheater under the aus-
pices of the Department of An-
thropology and the Center for;
Japanese Studies.
* * *
STUDENT RECITAL -- Betty
Wiles Ohlheiser, soprano, will give
a recital at 8:30 p.m. in the Ar-
chitecture Auditorium under the
auspices of the School of Music.
* * *
Events Tomorrow
CONCERT - The University
Symphony Band, conducted by
William D. Revelli will present its
second twilight concert at- 7:00
p.m. Tuesday on the steps of the
,Rackham Building.

Government
Jobs Open
To Seniors
The United States Civil Serv-
ice Commission is currently re-
cruiting male June graduates, par-
ticularly those from the fields of
law, business administration and
public administration, for posi-
tions as Civil Service Investigator
Trainees.
Salaries begin at $4,205 per year
with promotions to $5,060 per year
for those successfully completing
the training period. The Navy De-
partment also is now offering sec-
retarial and stenographic employ-
ment in the Washington, D.C.
area.
Civilian representatives from
Navy Headquarters will be inter-
v i e w i n g interested applicants
Tuesday, May 27, at the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Administra-
tion Bldg. No experience is re-
quired for the positions which
range in beginning salary from
$2950 to $3175. Minimum require-
ments are 40 words per minute for
typists and 80 words per minute
for stenographers.
Persons seeking further infor-
mation about the Civil Service
Commission may contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments or write to
the Seventh U.S. Civil Service
Commission, New Post Office
Building, Chicago 7, Illinois.

The inauguration of engineering'
courses at the University will be
observed in a centennial celebra-
tion a year from next fall.
Plans are now under way for a
convocation on Oct. 23 and 24 of
1953 to open the program. George
Granger Brown, dean of the Col-
lege of Engineering has appointed
a faculty committee headed by

Prof. Stephen S. Attwood to com-
plete arrangements. Prof. Attwood
will be aided by a five-member
alumni advisory group.
The Regents wanted the Univer-
sity to offer engineering in 1837
when the University moved from
Detroit to Ann Arbor. However,
they didn't name a faculty mem-
ber until 1853, when they appoint-

Engineering Centennial Planned

ed Alexander Winchell of Alabama
to teach civil engineering. He be-
gan teaching on March 31, 1854,
at the start of the spring semester.
In 1895 the engineering courses
were disaffiliated from the liter-
ary college and a separate College
of Engineering was established.
Read Daily Classifieds

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STORE HOURS - BOTH STORES 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. DAILY
COLLEGE SHOP

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-Daily-Malcolm Shatz
A BOOK, AN EDIT OFFICE-AND CHUCK ELLIOTT

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"You know," he continued, in
answer to our queries about his
future, "I guess my escapist ten-
dancies seem rather parodoxical.
But when you are subjected to as
much reality as four years of the
Daily affords it's quite natural to
want to get away. At least I do,
somewhat," he added.
"Don't get me wrong though."
the erstwhile journalist explained.
"College and the Daily have been
wonderful and broadening experi-
ences."
"What an awful cliche," he went
on in his softspoken drawl. I hate
cliches, yet I've had occasion to
Use them like everyone else. May-
be I ought to shut up now," he
said looking at his watch, and pre-
paring to leave for an appoint-
ment.

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COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Complaints, Charges Leveled
At School Officials by Students

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By JAN WINN
This has been gripe week on
many college campuses,
At the University of Minnesota
students questioned by Dean of
Students E. G. Williamson as to
the "pantie raid" there Monday
complained of "serious abuses" to
the Minnesota Daily.
The students charged that they
had been victims of harsh, abu-
sive language and cursing by Wil-
liamson. One questionee asserted
that, "it was just like the third
degree, except worse," and quoted
the dean as saying, "We have rea-
son to believe that you are one of
the . . . who were ringleaders of
this."
Another reported the following
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Williamson: You're brainless,
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Student: That's probably right.
Williamson: You're incompetant
-probably should be sent away
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AT BERKLEY College, coeds
are leveling charges at the Uni-
versity for not replacing the dean
of women who retired last fall.
In a letter to President Robert
Gordon Sproul, the College Wo-
mens Club contended that the of-
fice of dean of women is being
made subordinate to that of the
dean of men.
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And at Cornell the Faculty com-
mittee on student activities has
denied recognition to the Pogo-
for-President Club.
Although the committee "ex-
pressed unanimous approval of the
club's activities," it refused recog-
nition on grounds that the club
would "probably not require," the
use of campus facilities. Pogo Club
president, Alfred Kogan has
charged, "various other groups
who fear thercandidacy of Pogo
and the disclosure he will make
againsthall of them" with respon-
sibility for the action.

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