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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952

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POPER~4TION SKY-WA TCH':
Plane Spotters Construct New Shelter

Local Party
Centers Full
Of Activity
(Continued from Page 1)

Perched atop the Union tower is
a small wooden shelter which yes-
terday was dedicated as' the of-
ficial headquarters of "Operation
Sky-Watch."
This organization represents one
of eight plane spotter posts in
Washtenaw county maintained by
the Civil Air Defense. Composed of
36 spotters, the group maintains an
eight-hour daily check (from 4
p.m. to midnight) on all planes
flying within sight of the tower.
When an aircraft is spotted the
person on duty phones in a report
to the filter center at Grand Rap-
ids identifying the plane and tell-
ing in what direction it is flying.
With winter approaching, "Op-3
eration Sky-Watch" realized the
need for some sort of shelter to
protect the spotters from the bit-
ter wind and cold. The group spent
over a week building a small room
which was completed yesterday.
The final product, complete with
heat, a telephone and large "pic-
ture windows" can hold as many
as ten persons although the usual
size of a spotter's team is two.

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Insurance'
On Quartet
Record-High
One of the most valuable ar-
rays of talent in the history of en-
tertainment in this country will be}
seen here Wednesday and Thurs-
day when the First Drama Quar-
tette performs George Bernard1
Shaw's "Don Juan in Hell" at Hill
Auditorium.
Producer Paul Gregory holds
four insurance policies totaling
$2,500,000 on Charles Boyer, Vin-
cent Price, Cedric Hardwicke and'
Agnes Moorehead, the members of3
the quartette. The four policies,
which represent $625,000 of insur-
ance coverage each and remain in
force five years, were taken out
prior to the troupe's record-break-
ing tour for the Festival of Brit-
ain.
Insurance experts have stated
that the huge insurance coverage
for the four stars is the largest
long-term insurance of dramatic
talent on record.
The production's director, Char-
les Laughton, labels Shaw's play
a "philosophical charade" which
is highly pertinent today. Laugh-
ton chose "Don Juan," originally
written as a part of "Man and
Superman," for his first effort to
promote the new type of theatre
which can bring great stars and
good plays to the bare concert
stage. The only "set" for the play
consists of four stands, each with
microphones and high stools.
Panel To DiscUss
Business Ethics
"What About Ethics in Buying
and Selling?" will be the topic dis-
cussed by a four-man panel of
prominent Detroit businessmen at
7:45 p.m. today in Rm. 141 Busi-
ness Administration Bldg.
The discussion, sponsored by
the Student Marketing Club, will
be moderated by William F.
Horsch, a director of the Detroit
Sales Executives Club.

67 regular staff workers and up to
250 part-time helpers. The Demo-
crats have over 30 full time work-
ers and about 200 part-time help-
ers.
University students have play-
ed an active role in each party's
plans. Political science students
enrolled in courses dealing with
the election are working at both
headquarters.
VICTORY celebrations are plan-
ned at both headquarters on elec-
tion night. Television sets have
been in use at each throughout
the campaign for the televised
speeches of party candidates.
On election night both Re-
publicans and Democrats will
serve refreshments as they
watch ebbs and flows of elec-
tion tides.
Special transportation and per-
sonal services are scheduled by
both parties on election day. Baby
sitters and help for convalescent
persons will be provided along with
car rides to the polls for those
needing the service.
Financing of the campaign is
done on the county level by both
groips. The budget for the Re-
publican county campaign is
$7,500. An additional $10,000
was raised as the county's con-
tribution to state and national
campaign coffers.
Operating on a smaller scale,
the Democratic county campaign
budget is estimated at $3,000. This
sum is split equally with the state
party headquarters. In addition to
this amount, over $2,500 has been
collected for the national cam-
paign.
What effect will the activity of
party headquarters have on the
election? If past trends hold true
Washtenaw County will probably
go Republican. Election figures
from previous years show the
county to favor the Republican
Party by a general three to two
margin.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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.
thesday preceding publication (before
11 a.m. on saturday.)
Friday, October 31, 1952
VOL. LXII, No. 34
Notices
Faculty of the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts. The November
meeting of the Faculty for the academ-
ic year 1952-53 will be held Mon., Nov.
3, 1952, at 4:10 p.m., in Angell Hall Audi-
torium A.
Physical Education, Women Students.
Registration for the next eight weeks
classes will be held in the fencing
room, Barbour Gymnasium, as follows:
Fri., Oct. 31, 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon and
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Sat., Nov. 1, 8 a.m. to
12 noon.
Fulbright Applications and all sup-
porting material must be received in
the Graduate Schopl, 1020 Rackham
Building, by 4 p.m., Fri., Oct. 31. This

is the closing date for the 1953-54 com-
petition and it will not be extended.
Fellowships for study in Latin Ameri-
ca are now available under the Conven-
tion for the Promotion of Inter-Ameri-
can Cultural Relations. Eligiblity re-
quirements are: United States Citizen-
ship; a bachelor's degree or its equiv-
alent at time of acceptance of grant;
knowledge of the language of the coun-
try sufficient to carry on the proposed
study; a good academic or professional
record and good health; a suitable plan
of study or a research topic approved
by the applicant's adviser or super-
vising professor if he is enrolled in an
educational institution, or by the Of-
fice of Education if he is not so en-
rolled. The fellowships provide round-
trip transportation, tuition, a month-
ly maintenance allowance, and a small
stipend for books. For applications write
to the FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY,
Office of Education, International Edu-
cational Programs Branch, Washington
25, D.C., before Dec. 1.
Late Permission. Because of the Stu-
dent Legislature Dance, all women stu-
dents will have 1:30 late permission on
Sat., Nov. 1.
Late Permission for women students
who attended the stanley Quartet con-
cert on October 29 will be no later than
10:45 p.m.
Personnel Interviews.
The American Airlines of Chicago,
Illinois will be at the Sheraton Cadillac
Hotel in Detroit on Tues., Nov. 4, be-
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
to interview women interested in be-
coming airline stewardesses. Require-
ments may be obtained from the Bu-
reau of Appointments, while appoint-
ments can be made by contacting the
hotel in Detroit.
The National Cash Register Company,
of Toledo, Ohio, will have a representa-
tive here on Mon., Nov. 3, to speak
to men graduating in February who
are interested in sales work. As the
positions involves the sale accounting
machines, they prefer individuals with
an accounting background.
The United States Civil Service Com-
mission is sending a man from Detroit
on Tues., Nov. 4, to talk to men and
women graduating in February or June
about the Junior Management Assist-
ant program. Any individuals interest-
ed in discussing this examination may
make an appointment to see the repre-
sentative. Applications and detailed in-
formation are available at the Bureau
of Appointments.
Personnel Requests.
THE SEVENTH REGION of the U.S.
Civil Service Commission announces ex-
amination for Junior Professional As-
sistant. Such positions as Personnel As-
sistant, Placement Assistant, Position
Classifier, Classification and Wage An-
alyst, and Employee Utilization Tech-
nician at the GS-5 level and also at the
GS-6 level are open to persons passing
the test. This region covers Michigan,
Illinois, and Wisconsin. In addition to
the examination, individuals are re-
quired to have had a full 4-year course
leading to a bachelor's degree includ-
ing or supplemented by 30 semester
hours in one or a combination of the
following fields: Public Administration,
Business Administration, Political Sci-
ence, Government, Economics, Inter-
national Relations, Industrial Manage-
ment, Industrial Engineering, Sociol-
ogy, Psychology. Anthropology (Social
or Cultural). Geography (Economic or
Political), or History. Those interested
in positions in the areas previously
mentioned are urged to make applica-
tion.
A Neighboring Community to Ann
Arbor is in need of a young man to
manage their Teen Age Youth Center
which operates several nights per week.
Men interested in teen age work, with
an ability to work with young people
are eligible.
A Local Service Organization in Ann
Arbor is in need of one or several young
men interested in being group leaders
for one or two hours, one or several
afternoons a week at bordering grade
schools that have club activities for
young boys in the 4th, 5th and 6th
grades.
The Vitro Corporation of America of
New York City has sent a recent bul-
letin to the Bureau of Appointments in
which there is a list of openings for
men graduating in June in the techni-
cal fields. Detailed information is
available, as well as application blanks.
The Upjohn Company of Kalamazoo,
Michigan, has openings for salesmen
for their Chemical Sales Department.
They prefer training in Plant Pathol-
ogy, Agriculture, or Chemistry, and Feb-
ruary graduates may make application
for the positions.
The Detroit Civil Service Commission
announces opportunities for appoint-
ment as industrial specialist (grades
GS-7 through GS-12). To qualify for
the position one must have had pro-
gressively responsible experience in In-
dustrial Management, Planning, Engi-
neering, or other activities. Study in
engineering may be substituted for

some of the experience required for the
various grades.
The Michigan State Civil Service an-
nounces examination for Child Guid-
ance Psychologist III and Child Guid-
ance Clinic Supervisor IV with the
closing date being Nov. 19. Requirements
for the latter position include a mas-
ter's degree in Social Work or Psy-
chology plus four years experience, and
for the former opening a master's de-

gree in Clinical Psychology and three
years of experience in Clinical Psychol-
ogy or a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
Details are available concerning the
openings. There is also announcement
of examination of Hydrogeologist II,
closing date Nov. 19. In this position
one serves as a consultant on water
problems of varying sorts. A degree in
geology with courses in hydrogeology
and one year of experience in hydroge-
ology is required.
For further information, appoint-
ments and application blanks, contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, Ext. 371.
Academic Notices
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Oct. 31,
4:15 p.m., The Observatory. Speker Mr.
Karl G. Henize. Subject: "Stellar As-
sociations."
Psychology1Colloquium will meet 4:15
Fri., Oct. 31. Auditorium D, Angell
Hall Annex. Drs. Beach, Geldard, La-
nier, Lindsley, McNemar, and Wilson
will discuss: "Psychology Today: We
Point with Pride and View with Alarm."
Dr. Donald Marquis will moderate the
discussion. Refreshments at 3:45 in
3415 Mason Hall.
Medical College Admission Test: Can-
didates taking the Medical College Ad-
mission Test, Mon., Nov. 3, are requested
to report to Main Lecture Hall, Rack-
ham Building at 8:45 a.m. for the morn-
ing session. The afternoon session will
begin at 1:45 p.m. Candidates mustbe
present at both sessions.
Concert
Guest Organist: Fenner Douglass,
Professor of Organ at Oberlin Conserva-
tory, will play a recital at 4:15 Sunday
afternoon, Nov. 2, in Hill Auditorium
His program will open with Bt'xtehude's
Prelude and Fugue in F major. It will
continue with Pachelbel's Ciacona in F
minor, Bruhns' Prelude and Fugue in
E minor; Mozart's Fantasie, K. 594, and
Bach's Two Chorale Preludes: Wir
glauben all' en einen Gott, Schopfer
and Wir glauben all' en enen Gott,
Vater, and his Sonata VI in G major
and Toccata in F. The general public
is invited.
Events Today
SRA Coffee Hour, Lane Hall, 4:15-5:30
p.m. All students invited to come and
meet your friends.
Canterbury Club. Gala Halloween
party at 8:30. There will be square and
social dancing, games, and refresh-
ments. Come stag or drag, wearing
jeans or skirts and sweaters. Everyone
is invited.
Hillel Friday night services, student
conducted, at 7:45, at 1429 Hill St. Fol-
lowing services Prof. Preston Slosson
will speak on "Parties, Platforms, Pol-
itics, and Platitudes."
Newman Club will sponsor a Hallow-
een party from 8 to 12. at St. Mary's
Chapel. All Catholic students and their
friends are invited.
Central Committee of Sophomore
Cabaret will meet in the League at 3:00.
Wesleyan Guild, Halloween party at
8 p.m. Wear a costume, mask, or any-
thing informal. Food, games, and a
good time for all.
Lutheran Student Association Party
at 8 at the Student Center, corner of
Hill and Forest Ave.
Westminster Guild will hold a HA-
loween Party at the Presbyterian
Church at 9 p.m. with dancing, re-
freshments, and entertainment. All
students welcome.
Congregational Disciples Guild. 5:30-
7:30 Hike, leaving from Guild House.
Coming Events
Faculty Luncheon with President
George N. Shuster, Hunter College,
"This I Believe" lecturer, Wed., Nov.
5, Michigan Union, 12:15 p.m. Phone
reservations to Lane Hall by Tuesday
noon.
Sophomore Cabaret. People interested
in working on Sophomore Cabaret are
encouraged to sign up at the League
Undergraduate Office on the sheets that
are posted. Finance and refreshments
have many openings.
Hillel services will be held on Sat.
morning at 9 a.m. at 1429 Hill.
Newman Club. There will be an I111-
nois Dunkers' Hour on Nov. 1 after the
game at St. Mary's Chapel. All Catho-
lic students and their friends are in-
vited.

Newman Club. A Latin-American par-
ty will be given by the Newman Club on
Nov. 1 from 8 to 12 p.m. at St. Mary's
Chapel. All Latin-Americans. Catho-
lics, and their friends are invited.
Japanese Festival, West Gallery, Mu-
seum of Art, Alumni Memorial Hall,
Sun., Nov. 2, 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., Jap-
anese lea Ceremony by Japanese stu-
dents at the University.

SCLASSIF'I[JS
LOST AND FOUND 1 ROOMS FOR RENT
GLASSES with brown plastic and gold 2 DOUBLES for men. Close to Rackham,
rims. Reward. 401 Chicago. )38L Music School, Hospitals. Phone 3-0746
CIROF LEX CAMERA in brown leather or 3-0166. )25R
case. Reward. Please call Don Mc-
Clelland 2-5571. )37L ROOM AND BOARD
ONE BILLFOLD and contents amount- SINGLE ROOM & BOARD for research
ing to $53 cash and personal papers or professional man. Also double for
lost somewhere between Main & State two (can part pay with duties in
on Liberty. Reward offered. Jim Par- house). Live with congenial cultured
ren, 311 Glen Ave. Ph. 6449. )36L group on campus. 520 Thompson. )4X
GREY TOPCOAT taken from League PERSONAL
checkroom by mistake Saturday af-
ter South Quad dance. Please call WANTED-Woman grad. student or staff
managers office, Mich. League. Phone member to share ap't. close to campus.
2-3251. )35L Call 2-7183 after 5 p.m. )18P
LOST-Lady's Diamond dinner ring in
vicinity of Alice Lloyd. Liberal re- HELP WANTED
ward. Call 4037 Kleinsteuck 3-1561. -_--
)41L STUDENTS WANTED to work at soda
,fountain 3 or 4 nights a week from
FOR SALE 6:00 to 10 p.m. Swift's Drug Store, 340
-**-S. State. Phone 2-0534. )31H
CANARIES, beautiful singers and fe-
males. Also new and used bird cages. WAITERS-Mon., Tues., and Sat. nights.
Mrs. Ruffins, 562 S. 7th. )66 Wolverine Den. 1311 S. Univ. )35H
$75 TUXEDO, double breasted, one but- WANTED - Experienced salesman for
ton. Satin lapels, size 37 short. Ex- part time help. Must be here for
cellent condition. Will sell.cheap. 404 Xmas. A. A. Cut Rate. 113 So. Main.
Hayden Hse. EQ. Ph. 24591. )64 )39H
2 END TABLES, contemporary wrought WANTED-Dishwasher &waiter at fra-
iron and walnut designers' models: triy alJc cap -17
reasonable mahogany bowls and oil )3.
painting. 9455, Mr. Hoffman. )2
UNIVERSITY of Michigan pottery ash
tray. Regular 1.25 Special, 75c. Bur STUDENT to work for meals, as kitchen
Patts. 1209 South University. 139 helper. Call 2-6422. )40H
ARMY-NAVY type oxfords $6.88. Black BUSINESS SERVICES
and brown. Sizes 6 to 12. A to F
widths. Sams Store, 122 E. Washing- TAILORING, alterations, restyling. spe-
ton St. )51 cializing in children's apparel. Accur-
KODAK MEDALIST I 21x3% with 50 ate fittings. Phone 9708. )9B
m.m. Ektar lens, leather case, Men- STUDENT WIVES: Are you looking for
delsohn flash gun, filters, portra and a competent woman to watch your
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lens. Excellent condition. All for school? Phone 27810. )17B
$160. Call 2-4636. )47 TYPEWRITERS Portable and Standard
STUDENTS-Up to 1 off on diamonds, for rent, sale and service.
watches, rings, electric shaver, silver- Morrhll's
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items. Any nationally advertised pro- WASHINU -- Finished work, and hand
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A SALE OF FURNITURE suitable for and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )5B
studen rooms also ug runners, kit - -_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
stdn omas u unrkt - ''Chen cabinet, table, utensils, card- RA DIO0 SE R'VICE
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ROOMS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS- WANTED TO BUY
Reserve rooms now at rhe Campus
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