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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COVERS COME CLEAN:
Record Jackets Get Bath at WUOM

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

By ALICE SEITZMAN
Not even record covers can es-
cape taking a bath.
Two officials at WUOM.have de-
vised a method of preserving fil-
ing space, in addition to all the in-
formation on the back of record
jackets, by disposing of the card-
boards. The process consists of
soaking the jackets in a metal
washtub until the glue is soften-
ed, peeling off the back layer con-
taining the data, and hanging up
the sheets to dry. The papers are
then cut and filed, and the card-
boards thrown away.
* * s
"'THANKS TO, this system,"
said Miss Marjorie Lundin, assist-
ant music- director at the radio
station, "the information we have
about recordings is probably as
complete as could be found in any
record library." The files contain
some thousands of these sheets of
data which are in constant use as
faculty members, script writers,
or people doing research call the
office for information.
The procedure, which is uni-
que with the University Broad-
casting Service and has been
followed every few months for
the past four years, draws a
large crowd of spectators. Com-
ments include everything from
"Are you going to take a bath?"
to "Will you do my socks for
me?"
The announcers who are oblig-
ed to pick their, way among the
wet "wash" to select or file tapes
are somewhat less enthusiastic.
"And sometimes the lines col-
lapse, just as they do for any
washerwoman," sighed Miss Lun-.

[ay, Festival
'rograms
announced

-Daily-Don Campbell'
LAUNDRY-Marjorie Lundin demonstrates the success of WU-
OM's space-saving system as a sheet emerges intact from the tub.
Prof. Boulding To Take Part
In Ford Foundation Study
By JOE PASCOFF
Prof Kenneth .SBouldin ofI jective of the. institution, which
Prof. ennethd. Bart dng ofswill begin its first year of opera-
the economics department has tion this September, is to stimu-
been granted a leave of absence late, encourage and integrate
for the academic year 1954-55 by '
the Board of Regents to serve work in the social sciences.
with a newly created institution
of the Ford Foundation, Center' PROF. BOULDNG, who has
for Advanced Study in the Behav- been with the economics depart-
ioral Sciences at Palo Alto, Calif. { ment for the last five years, com-
mented that his main responsi-
Operating independently of any bility with the operations of the
college or university, the main ob- . .
Center wil merelysmvolve a con-
tinuation of his present work.

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 (before
11 a.m. on Saturday).
TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1954
VOL. LXIV, No. 108
Notices
Faculty, College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: The freshman five-week
progress reports are due Fri., Mar. 12, in
the Faculty Counselors' Office for
Freshmen and Sophomores, 1210 An-
gell Hall.
Choral Union Members are reminded
of the full rehearsal Tuesday even-
ing, Mar. 9, at 7 o'clock sharp, in the
Choral Union rehearsal room in Angell
Hall.
Reserved Parking. On Fri., Mar. 12, Lot
No. 10 on the corner of Washington and
Thayer Streets will be reserved for the
use of those attending the Sales Man-
agement Conference sponsored by the
School of Business Administration.
-Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Applications for Engineeering Schol-
arships for the year 1954-55 are now be-
ing accepted. Blanks are available in
263 West Engineering Building.
College of Architecture and Design.
Freshman five-week progress reports are
due Fri., Mar. 12. Please send them to
the office, 207 Architecture.
The Delta Delta Delta local scholar-
ship fund at the University of Michi-
gan is for the benefit of any Junior
woman who is working towards a
bachelor's degree who shows evidence
of superior citizenship, has a financial
need, and who fulfills the scholarship
requirement. Afiliated or unaffiliated
women may apply.
Requirements for Eligibility-Any reg-
ularly enrolled Junior woman on the
Michigan campus is eligible who has
maintained an overall average of two-
tenths of a point above all-campus
women's average (of the preceding year).
The minimum required average for eli-
gibility this year is 2.86.
Directions for Application-Applica-
tion blanks may be secured from the
Office of the Dean of Women. They are,
to be filled out and returned to that
office accompanied by three letters of
recommendation, as specified. Appli-
cations must be filed by April 2, 1954.
Payment of Scholarship-Winners will
be awarded $120 which is payable at the
time of Registration the following aca-
demic year.
Interviews for Summer Employment.
There will be a representative on cam-
pus Wed., March 10, interviewing for
camp counselors for two coed camps
near Detroit and a day camp in De-
troit. He also has need of a kitchen
manager. Interested persons may make
appointments by calling Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Extension 2614.
Summer Interviews. A representative
of Camp Norcom, VFW Camp, 12 miles
from Ann Arbor, will be interviewing
Wed., Mar. 10, after 2:45 p.m. In addi-
tion to general camp councelors he is
interested in obtaining the services of a
couple as assistant camp directors for
the entire summer. Since the camp op-
erates on a split session, counselors may
obtain positions for three-week per-
iods. For appointments and further in-
formation contact Bureau of Appoint-
ments, NOrmandy 3-1511, Ext. 2614.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS.
Thursday, March 11:
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New
York City, will visit the Bureau of Ap-
pointments on March 11 to interview

June men graduates, Bus. Ad. or LS&A,
for the company's management analyst
training program.
International Business Machines Corp.
will have a representative at the Bureau
on March 11 to talk with June men
with MS and PhD degrees in math or
physics for applied science positions.
The interviewer will also see June men
graduates in Bus. Ad. or LS&A for the
firm's sales training program.
Campbell Coup Co., Chicago, Ill., will
be on campus on March 11 to inter-
view June Bus. Ad. or LS&A men
graduates for positions in accounting,
purchasing, office management and in-
dustrial management.
Thursday and Friday, March 11 and 12:
Michigan B1l Telephone Co. will have
representatives on the campus on March
11 and 12 to interview June and Aug-
ust men graduates, Bus. Ad. or LS&A,
for the company's Executive Training
Program leading to managerial posi-
tions.
General Electric Co., Schenectady,
N.Y. will visit the campus on March 11
and 12 to interview June Bus. Ad. and
LS&A graduates for the company's Bus-
iness Training Course which trains men
primarily for future accounting and
financial management positions.
Friday, March 12: 1
Time, Inc., Chicago, Ill., publishers
of Time, Life, and Fortune, will have
interviews at the Bureau on March 12 to
offer June women graduates positions
in business operation concerning sup-
ervision, cost analysis, statistics, train-
ing, quality control, personnel and sub-
scriber correspondence and accounting.
Students wishing to schedule ap-
pointments for interviews with any of
the companies listed above should con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg., Ext. 371.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS.
Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Mass.,
is accepting applications from women
graduates for its 1954-55 Management
Training Program. The program is a
one-year graduate course designed to
provide a basic training for young wo-
men in the various fields of admin-
istration. Twelve full tuition fellow-
ships are available through the coop-
eration of the Harvard Business School
to qualified women between the ages
of 20 and 30. Other fellowship in addi-
tion to college loans are also available.
Applications for the program should be
submitted before May 1.
The American Institute for Economic
Research, Great Barrington, Mass., is
offering two-year fellowships to men
and women with Bachelor's or more ad-
vanced degrees. The purpose of these
fellowship awards is to provide ad-
vanced training for promising college
graduates in order to promote the ap-
plication of the scientific method to
economic research.
The National Board of Y.W.C.A., New
York City, would like to hear from
women, graduating seniors and alum-
nae, who would be interested in the
Association's current vacancies and in
positions beginning September, 1954.
The American Friends Service Com-
mittee is sponsoring a Year-Round In-
stitutional Service Unit for 1953-54 at
a mental hospital in Independence,
Iowa. Members of the unit do regular
ward duty with the opportunity to
undertake special work with selected
patients in the fields of individual and
group therapy, recreation and music.
The Board of U.S. Civil Service Ex-
aminers, Internal Revenue Service, has
announced an examination for Tax Col-
lector, GS-5. Place of employment will
be in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michi-
gan. Requirements include '3 yrs. of
experience in business administration,
accounting or legal work or the com-
pletion of 4 yrs. of college with study
in such fields as accounting, business
economics, finance, business adminis-
tration, and law.
The Metzgar Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.,
manufacturers of materials handling
equipment, is in need of an engineer.
TheKroger FoodeFoundation, Cin-
cinnatii, is seeking three men,
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OVERNIGHT GUEST ROOMS
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Campus Tourist Homes. Ph. NO 3-8454
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People who like to read mags at news-
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Couples, Men, Women. Four weeks
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Soloists in the 8:30 p.m. concert
that day will be soprano Zinka
Milanov and tenor Kurt Baum.
On this program will be Wagner's
"Overture to Die Meistersinger,"
Puccini's "Nessun dorma" from
Turandot and "Un bel di, vedremo
from Madame Butterfly."
Other selections to be heard will
include Verdi's "O terra, addio
from Aida," Hindemith's "Concert
Music for Strings and Brass In-
struments," Mascagni's "Vol lo
sapete and "Tu qui Santuzza?"
from Cavelleria Rusticana, Pon-
chielli's "Cielo e mar from La Gio-
conda" and Yardumian's "Armen-
ian Suite."
THE FIFTH concert of the ser-
les, set for 2:30 p.m. May 2 will
consist of Mendelssohn's dramatic
oratorio "Elijah," with Thor John-
son conducting the Choral Union
and Miss Marshall, tenor John Mc-
Collum, Miss Thebom and baritone
William Warfield.
At 8:30 p.m. that day the Fes-
tival will draw to a close with
pianist Artur Rubinstein per-
forming Greig's "Concerto in A
minor for Piano and Orchestra"
and Rachmaninoff's "Rhapsody
on a Theme of Paganini for
Piano and Orchestra."
Conducted by Ormandy, the or-
chestra will also play Bach-Or-
mandy's "Toccata and Fugue in D
minor" and Landre's "Symphony
No. 3."
Tickets for individual concerts
priced at $3, $2.50, $2 and $1.50 will
go on sale at 9 a.m. tomorrow in
the University Musical Society of-
fice in Burton Tower.
Knappen To Speak
Prof. Marshall Knappen of the
political science department will
address the India Student Associ-
ation on "United States Foreign
Policy Towards India" at 7:30 p.m.
Friday in the Union.
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CLASSIFIEDS

Art Exhiits
displayed Here

The professor presently con-
ducts a seminar on Problems in
the Integration of the Social
Sciences. Its main objective, he

said, is to study the general em-
"Beckman and Roualt," an ex- pirical theory that underlies all
hibit including original oils and the sciences.
graphical works by the two artists,' ,All sciences have some theory
and an exhibit entitled "The Story in common and we are chiefly in-
of Glass Decoration" will both be terested in this common thread,"
on display this month at the Uni- herasded. This wlmmohead,-
he added. "This will also be es-
versity Museum of Art. sentially our main task at the
A loan exhibit created by the Center."
Museum of Art staff, "Beckman
and Roualt" will be shown through I In' drawing similarities between
March 28. Two Roualt paintings, the Seminar and his future work
one illustrated book and 23 prints at the Center, Prof. Boulding not-
will be included in the exhibit. ed that his interest does not cen-

ELENA NIKOLAIDI
METROPOLITAN
-:CONTRALTO
.~FRI., MAR. 12
8:30 P
r Choral Union Concert
n Hill Auditorium
TICKETS
$3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50
UNIVERSITY
e MUSICAL SOCIETY
; ''urton Memorial r
MYRA HESS, MARCH 17

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"The Story of Glass Decoration"
which will be on display from Fri-
day until April 3, includes repre-
sentative objects illustrating the
ornamental possibilities of the an-
cient art. Eight separate techni-
ques are represented in an attempt
to show that decorative methods
have changed in the course of

ter exclusively on the social sci-
ences, but rather extends to the
physical sciences as well'
In the course of his Seminar,
biologists, physicists, architects
and many others representing all
phases of the physical sciences
have appeared before the group to
discuss and compare all the sci-
ences.

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