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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1953

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BI-ANNUAL EXPERIMENT:
'Operation 4006' To Take Place Today

* * *

* * *

By PAT ROELOFS
"Operation 4006," the speech de-
partment's bi-annual experiment
in radio and television broadcast-
ing, will take place from 3:15 to
9:40 p.m. today and Thursday on
the fifth floor of Angell Hall.
An exercise in practical broad-
casting under actual commercial
conditions,.1"4006" is a simulated
radio day which. duplicates as
closely as possible the actual pro-
gramming of a network and its
local station.
STUDENT - WRITTEN scripts
are being used entirely for the
first time in the short history of
the experiment. Trying to ap-
proach professional quality in both
television and radio broadcasting,
"4006" is strictly an educational
program. There is no attempt to
satirize commercial productions.
Because of students' academic
engagements, the time schedule
cannot adhere exactly to actual
operations of a commercial sta-
tion. For this reason, the pro-
grams are cut down to one third
the length of standard broad-
casts. A 30-minute quiz program,
for example, is cut down to 10
minutes.

Engineering & Research Corp., of Riv-
erdale, Md., has open various Engineer-
ing positions for Design, Development,
and Production.
Michigan State Highway Commis-
sion, of Detroit, would like to hear from
young men interested in work as Traf-
fic Survey Field men. Individuals with
degrees in Business Administration, Sta-
tistics, Psychology, or Engineering may
apply,
The Detroit Civil Service Commission
has sent to the Bureau of Appointments
a large series of announcements for var-
ious positions for LSA, Business Admin-
istration, Engineering, Health, etc. stu-
dents. There are some available open-
ings for those with two years of college
training.
The Wayne County Civil Service an-
nounces examination for Personnel As-
sistant. This is open to both men and
women and the work would include
technical aspects of Public Personnel
Administration. Application blanks are
available at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments.
The Pennsylvania Civil Service Com-
mission announces examination for the
following positions: Occupational Ana-
lysts, Employment Counselors, Inves-
tigators, and Veterans Representatives.
The New York State Civil Service
Commission has open positions for
Senior Training Technicians. Details
concerning the work and location of
openings may be obtained. Applications
must be in by May 22, and in order to
apply one must be a legal resident of
New York State.
The Denver and Rio Grande Western
Railroad Co., of Denver, Colo., has sent
to the Bureau of Appointments infor-
mation concerning the various posi-
tions available within their firm:
Kenner Products Co., of Cincinnati,
Ohio, is interested in the services of a
Mechanical Engineer interested in De-
sign and Development of small house-
hold 'and toy products.
The Spool Cotton Co., New York City,
is offering positions to young men on
their Training Program. Positions would
develop into Sales of Industrial sew-
ing thread and zippers to the garment
trade in the Michigan-Indiana area.
The U.S. Naval Air Development Cen-
ter, Johnsville, Pa., has openings for
Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical, and
Aeronautical Engineers, as well as
Physicists.
For further information concerning
these and other openings and for ap-
pointments, contact the' Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration Build-
ing, Ext. 371.
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Department of Anatomy and the Medi-
cal School, "Circulatory Changes in
the Fetus at Birth" (illustrated), Dr.
Samuel R. M. Reynolds, Physiologist
and Lecturer in Obstetrics, Johns Hop-
kins University, and Acting Director,
Department of Embryology, Carnegie
Institution of Washington, Baltimore,
Maryland, Tues., Apr. 28, 4 p.m., Rack-
ham Amphitheater.

Time to prepare for:
programs requires the
second station break
broadcasts however.

successive
usual 30-
between

Unlike the standard one week
of rehearsals, Operation "on-
camera" rehearsals are frequent.
Limited facilities and short broad-
cast time for actual performance,
however, produce more than the
usual amount of traffic jams and
shattered nerves, and have led
speech students to dub the minia-
ture day of broadcasting "organ-
ized chaos."
* * *
TWENTY-ONE students act as
ISA To Give
'The Rainbow'
A majority of the 900 foreign
students on campus will join in
presenting "The Rainbow" Sun-
day, May 10 in Hill Auditorium.
The pageant, planned and direc-
ted by Rajesh Gupta, Grad., and
the Student Legislature Interna-
tional Committee, will introduce
International Week which will
end May 15 with the presentation
of an International Ball.
"The Rainbow" includes the
play "Shepherd in the Dark" writ-
ten by Prof. Williams Halstead of
the speech department, P faculty
skit, an accordian playing by Tony
Bonadio, '54, and a hula dancedI
by Audrey McIntyre, '54Ed.
Other song and dance numbers
will be presented by Eastern
Hemisphere Indian Folk dancers,
American Indians, a Russky Chor-
us comprised of Russian students
and a group of Chinese students
accompanied by an Oriental violin.
"The Rainbow" will be open to
the public. No admission will be,
charged.
Faculty To Debate
Arab-Israel Issues
A faculty debatae on the "Arab-
Israel Situation," sponsored byI
the UNESCO Council, will be held
at 8 p.m. Thursday in Auditorium
A, Angell Hall.
Participants will include Prof.
Preston W. Slosson.of the history
department, Prof. William Haber
of the economics department, vis-
iting Prof. Mohammed Ramzi of
the political science department
and Prof. Clark Hopkins of the
classical studies department.
Prof. Marshall M. Knappen of
the political science department
will moderate.
Hill To Give Talk
Dr. A. Bradford Hill of the Lon-
don School of Hygiene and Tro-
pical Medicine, London, England,
will speak'"On the Statistical Ap-
proach in Medicine" at 4 p.m. to-
day in the School of Public Health
Auditorium.

meet Tues., Apr. 28, at 7 p.m. in 247
West Engineering. Mr. J. Gil de Lama-
drid will speak on "Sets of Capacity
Zero."
History 12, Lecture Group I. Hour
quiz Thurs., Apr. 30, 10 a.m.-Hoar's and
Heilbronner's Sections meet in 1025 An-
gell; Smith's and Slosson's in 231 An-
gell.
English 150 (Playwriting). Class will
meet at the regular time, 7:30, this
evening. The manuscript of a play
scheduled for laboratory will be read.
Zoology Seminar. Philip J. Clark will
speak on "Differential Viability of Al-
bino and Normal Paradise Fish under
Certain Environmental Conditions," and
Virgil S. Pratt on "Populations, Ecol-
ogy, and Management of Marginal Trout
Streams in Southern Michigan," Wed.,
Apr. 29, 7:30 p.m., 2116 Natural Science
Building.
Part I, Actuarial Class, will meet
Tues., April 28, 2:10 p.m., 3201 Angell
Hall, to discuss the calculus test.
Concerts
Student Recital. Helen Karg, pianist,
will be heard at 8:30 Tuesday evening,
Apr. 28, in Auditorium A, Angell Hall,
playing a recital in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Music. Her program will
include compositions by Handel, Schu-
bert, Beethoven, and Finney, and will
be open to the public. Miss Karg is a
pupil of Marian Owen.
Student Recital. Robert Kavelman,
trombonist, will be heard in a recital
at 8:30 Wednesday evening, Apr. 29, in
the Rackham Assembly Hall. A pupil
of Glenn Smith, Mr. Kavelman will be
assisted by Allen Townsend, Royce Arm-
strong, trombone, Paul Willwerth,
trumpet, Robert Ricks, horn, and Ju-
dith Onans, piano. The program will
include works by Handel, Mattei,
Saint-Saens, Mendelssohn, Brahms,
Hindemith, and Poulenc, and will be
open to the public.
May Festival Programs.
First Concert, Thurs., Apr. 30, 8:30: Al-
exander Brailowsky, Pianist; Philadel-
phia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, Con-
ductor. Program: Brahms "Academic
Festical" Overture; Chopin Concerto
No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra; and
Prokofieff Symphony No. 7.
Second Concert, Fri., May 1, 8:30:
Bach Mass in B mihor-soloists: Doro-
thy Warenskjold, soprano; Janice Mou-
dry, contralto; Harold Haugh, tenor;
Kenneth Smith, bass; with University
Choral Union, Philadelphia Orchestra,
Thor Johnson, conductor.
Third concert, Sat., May 2, 2:30: Zino
Francescatti, violinist. Program: Ros-
sini Overture "L'Itaiana in Ageri";
Tschaikowsky Overture-Fantasia, "Ro-
meo and Juliet"; Beethoven Concerto
in D major for Violin and Orchestra;
Alexander Hilsberg, conductor. Festival
Youth Chorus, Marguerite Hood, con-
ductor, in a Suite of Songs by Benjamin
Britten; and Philadelphia Orchestra.
Fourth concert, Sat., May 2, 8:30: Ce-
sare Siepi, bass; Philadelphia Orches-
tra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor, Pro-
gram: Strauss "Don Juan"; Hindemith
"Mathis der Maler"; Weinberger Polga
and Fugue from "Schwanda"; and
arias-Mozart "Mentre di lascio"'; Ver-
di "Ella giammai m'amo" from "Don
Carlo"; and Gomez "Di sposo di pa-
dre" from "Salvator Rosa."
Fifth concert, Sun., May 3, 2:30: Ru-
dolf Firkusny, pianist; Philadelphia
Orchestra; University Choral Union;
Thor Johnson, conductor. Program;
Schubert Overture in the Italian Style;
Martin u Concerto No. 2 for Piano and
Orchestra; two choral works-Brahms
"Triumph lied," and "Prairie" by Norm-
and Lockwood with bariton solo by Ara
Berberian.
Sixth concert, Sun., May 3, 8:30: Zinka
Milanov, soprano; Philadelphia Orches-
tra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor. Pro-
gram: Haydn Symphony No. 7; Barber
Second Essay for Orchestra; Ravel's
"La Valse"; and arias-Beethoven "Ah,
perfido"; Verdi "Pace, pace" from "For-
za del destino"; and Verdi "Ritorna
Vincitor" from "Aida."
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STUDENTS REHEARSE FOR "OPERATION 4006"
* * * 9>* * *
coordinators for the Operation. nating group are Prof. Edward
The radio and television broad- Stasheff, professional educational
casts are patterned after "big television director, and Prof. E. E.
time" productions which include Willis, radio division director.
plays, soap operas, newscasts and Students may watch and listen
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DAILY OFFICI

University Lecture in Journalism.
[I Walt Kelly, originator of the comic
AL U LLETIN strip POGO, will speak Wed., Apr. 29,
Iat 3 p.m. at the Rackham Lecture Hall,
on "How Academic Is Freedom?" The
public is invited.
Personnel Interviews. University Lecture, auspices of the
Mueller Brass Co., Port Huron, Mich., English Department, "On Re-reading
will be here on Thurs., Apr. 30, in the King Lear," Professor W. Powell Jones,
afternoon, and would like to see June Dean Adelbert College, Western Re-
and August graduates for positions in . serve University, Wed., Apr. 29, 4:15 p.m.,
Sales. Auditorium C, Angell Hall.

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 inj
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (before
11 a.m. on Saturday).
TUESDAY, APRIL ?.8, 1953
Vol. LXII, No. 141
Notices
Education School make-up Examina-
tions. For all wishing to get teaching
certificates who did not take the battery
of Freshman examinations on entering
Michigan, and are graduating in June
or August. Business Administration,
Room 130, Tues., Apr. 28, from 7 to 11
p.m.
Direct Commissions in U.S. Air Force
are being offered to qualifiedseniors
and graduates. Openings exist in 22
career fields, including Armament,
Chemical and Biological Warfare, Comp-
troller, Intelligence, Legal, Personnel,
Rtesearch and Development. Team from
10th Air Force will have full details in
Room 3D, Michigan Union, April 28,
29, 30.
Summer Employment.
Bureau of Appointments' weekly sum-
mer placement meeting will be held
Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m.
in Room 3-A of the Michigan Union for
all students interested in either resort,
camp, or industrial employment work.
Childcraft, a Marshall Field enter-
prise, will have a representative at the
Michigan Union Wednesday afternoon
from 1 to 5 p.m. in Room 3-B to talk
to all interested students regarding
their summer sales program.
Russell Kelly Office Service, of De-
troit, will have, a representative at the
Michigan Union Wednesday afternoon
from 1 to 5 p.m. in Room 3-A to talk
to all students interested in summer
clerical positions in the Detroit area.

Standard Accident Insurance Co., of
Detroit, will be here on Fri., May 1,
and is particularly interested in inter-
viewing women for their Supervisory
Training Program.
Personnel Requests.
American Airlines will have a repre-
sentative at the Sheraton Cadillac Ho-
tel in Detroit on May 7 and 8 to talk
to women interested in becoming Stew-
ardesses.
Elgin, Joliet, and Eastern Railway Co.,
of Joliet, Ill., has an opening for a Civ-
il Engineer and also one for an Archi-
tectural Engineer. The work would be
in connection with design, estimating,
and preparation of construction draw-
ings.
The American Agricultural Chemical
Co., of Detroit, is interested in ob-
taining the services of a Chemist, pre-
ferably a Physical Chemist, for a posi-
tion in research and development.
Some tarve! is involved from Chicago
to Boston, with Detroit as the home!
base.
The Philadelphia Naval Shipyard an-
nounces examinations for Student
Trainee positions for the summer in
the following fields: Mechanical, Elec-
trical, Electronic, Metallurgical, Chem-
ical, Aeronautical, and Structural Engi-
neering, as well as Chemistry and Phys-
ics.
The May Co., of Cleveland, Ohio.
has open a position for a woman as
Assistant Buyer, and also another po-
sition for a woman in their Personnel
Department. .
The Montgomery County Personnel
Board, of Rockville, Md., offers summer
positions as Planning Aide to those
with worn in City Planning, Regional
Planning, Architecture, Landscape Ar-
chitecture, or Civil Engineering.
The Sutherland Paper Co., of Kala-
mazoo, Mich., is in need of men to fill,
positions as Salesmen. Those interest-
ed should contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments.
ifow to Wrap UpV
(§:.~4 Date
There's More
Than One Way
to Skin a
--f Competitor
Once there was a Sophomore fortunate enough
to have a Fairy Godmother. Anytime he got
into a Dilemma, he'd call on her for Counsel.
As he did two weeks before the Big Spring
Formal.
"Look, Old Girl," he said, "you remember
that Knockout from Miss Witberspoon's
Academy who cut such a Swath at Winter
Carnival? Well, I want to invite her up for
the Forthcoming Festivities -but at least
seven other guys are Working on the Same
Project. What do you suggest for Beating
Out the Competition?"
His F. G. eyed him reprovingly. "Don't be
naive," she said. "There's only One Possible
Approach. Whip right down to the Western
Union office. Put in your bid by' Telegram."
"You recommend it?" asked the Sopho.
more.
"My boy," she said, "a Telegram can do
anything." She sighed reminiscently, "I re-

University Lecture, auspices of the
Department of Conservation, School of
Natural Resources, "Public Health and
Population Prospects in Asia," Dr. Irene
Taeuber, Office of Population Research,
Princeton University, Wed., Apr. 29, 8,
Rackham Amphitheater.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Stanley Rob-
ert Sprung, Education; thesis: "The
Effect of Direction and Nondirection
on Children's Drawings," Wed., Apr. 29.
Crofot Room, Michigan Union, at 12:30 '
p.m. Chairman, W. C. Olson.
Doctoral Examination for Frederick
Loring Crane, Botany; thesis: "The Syn-
thesis of Nicotinic Acid in Leaves
of Tomato, Lycopersicum esculentum
Mill," Wed., Apr. 29, East Council Room,
Rackham Building, at 1:30 p.m. Chair-
man, F. G. Gustafson.
Doctoral Examination for Virgil Stew-
art Pratt, Zoology; thesis: "Populations,
Ecology, and Management of Marginal
Trout Streams, in Southern Michigan,"
Wed., Apr. 29, 2126 Natural Science
Building, at 2 p.m. Chairman, K. F.
Lagler.
Doctoral Examination for Lloyd D.
Partridge Physiology; thesis: "An Elec-
trical Study of Motor Neuron Func-
tion," Wed., Apr. 29, 4017 East Medical
Building, at 2:30 p.m. Chairman, Rob-
ert Gesell.
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics
will meet Tues., Apr. 28, from 2 to 4
in 3217 Angell Hall.
Seminar in Hilbert Spaces will meet
Tues., Apr. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in 246 West
Engineering.
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