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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.FRMAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 195!

PROF. PEEK SAYS:
Ike's Reciprocal Trade
Program Passage Seen

By DIANE LA BAKAS
A vote of confidence was given
yesterday for the passage of Pres-
ident Eisenhower's proposed re-
ciprocal trade program by Prof.
George Peek of the political sci-
ence department.
Prof. Peek predicted the Demo-
crats, who always supported the
bill, and the liberal Republicans,
who back the President, will
probably combine on the House
floor this week to pass the meas-
ure.
Committee Approval
Fact that the program has al-
ready been approved by the
House's Ways and Means Com-
mnittee by a vote of 20-5 was cited
by Prof. Peek as a good indica-
tion' that the bill will be accepted.
Nothing more than a modified
extension of the 1934 Reciprocal
grade Act, the bill would extend
to June, 1958, the President's au-
thority to reduce tariffs by 5 per
cent a year on incoming foreign
goods.
The economic basis for the mu-
tual defense treaties that bind our
country with approximately 40
nations would be enhanced by the
program permitting the President
to reduce tariffs on these coun-
ries, the political scientist ob-
served
Revoking Power
Another provision would en-
able the President to revoke con-
essions on foreign products of a
eountry if it discriminates against
1Jnited States commodities.
Major aims of the program are
bo curtail foreign aid as soon as
possible, to encourage invest-
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ment abroad, to facilitate convert-
ibility in countries which have
gold and dollar reserves and to
expand world trade.
Prof. Peek declared that the
bill would be detrimental in the
short run to particular businesses,
but said that industries necessary
to our national defense would be
protected.
Sectional Disapproval
Congressmen from New Eng-
land, certain southern states, and
those districts of the country
which represent the agricultural
and fishing industries have al-
ready expressed disapproval of
the bill.
"However, the program is in
the long-run interest of the couin-
try," Prof. Peek asserted, "and
would help the economies of the
other foreign countries which we
want to build up."
Passage of the bill would be in
accordance with the President's
liberal trade policy advocating
"trade, not aid."
San :Domingo
Papers Bought
By rU'Librar y
Adding to its wealth of early
American source material, the
Clements Library recently ac-
quired 20 pamphlets concerning
the 1790 San Domingo disturb-
ance.
T h i s disturbance indirectly
convinced Napoleon - to sell the
Louisiana Territory in 1803.
Several volumes printed in the
United States and a collection of
"reports by French politicians
presented to the French National
Assembly' constitute the pur-
chases. As rare many of the li-
brary's volumes, the folders were
purchased from rare book deal-
ers.
Follows French Revolution
Following the 1789 Revolution
in France, the plantation owners,
mulattoes, Negroes, and French
troops in San Domingo became
entagled in a bloody revolution.
Seeing the West Indies strug-
gle and finally being forced to
withdraw troops from San Domin-
go, Napoleon was more easily in-
duced to sell the Lousana Terri-
tory.
Mostly First Editions
The library's collections, with
many first editions dating from
1493 to 1830, though intended for
the more advanced scholar are
open to the interested undergrad-
uate student.
Collections concentrate on ex-
ploration, early settlements, In-
dian Wars, the American Revolu-
tion, the beginning of the Feder-
al Government, the movement to
the Mississippi River and the War
of 1812.
Collections about Washington,
Tom Paine, Jefferson, Franklin,
Lincoln and other great Ameri-
cans are included in the library.

ERD Day
Intrigue is the topic.
What is it? When is it comn-
ing? It is neither an aspiring
freshman nor a nostalgic alum-
nus. However, the justification
of it is the fact that the event
is secret as yet.
Rumor of its presence is pla-
guing the campus of late. Curi-
osity is at fever pitch. Amateur
sleuths are seeking its where-
abouts. It is extremely pleased
with the mystery its presence
has evoked.
University students should
believe that this is no joke-
ERD Day is coming,
Food Hints
Giv en Public

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

By Beeuwkes
Extensive television work, teach-
ing and travel are among the
many activities of Prof. Adelia
Beeuwkes of the public health nu-
trition department.
Prof. Beeuwkes recently ap-
peared on the Arlene Francis TV
program "Home."rShe discussed
the topic of calories and gave
dieters information on choosing
the right foods.
Discussed Food Fads
The attractive professor was also
on the "Halls of Science" pro-
gram two years ago when she ex-
plained misconceptions surround-
ing food fads.
American Dietetics Association
consumes a great deal of Prof.
Beeuwkes' time. "There are a lot
of nuts in the field, and ADA tries
to protect the public against
them," the professor said.
"Unlimited opportunities exist
in the field of nutrition," Prof.
Beeuwkes remarked.
Does Teaching, Research-
As a Michigan State under-
graduate, Prof. Beeuwkes said she
disliked the idea of teaching and
intended to do research. Since then
she has found it possible to do
both. In the past she has done
research on metabolism.
In a few months, Prof. Beeuw-
kes will go to South and Central
America to study nutritional prob-
lems, she will observe conditions
and attempt to aid in the solu-
tion of the region's health prob-
lems.
WUOM To Hold
Talent Auditions
WUOM Radio Guild will hold
auditions for prospective mem-
bers from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday on the fifth floor of
the Administration Building.
The Guild is interested in gath-
ering a talent pool for use on
various dramatic p r o g r a m s
throughout the year. Actors,
writers and sound effects per-
sonnel, experienced or not, will be
put through a training program
leading to actual, radio experi-
ence.
Interested persons may attend
an audition or con4act John Sar-
gent at WUOM.

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 3553
Administration Building before 2 p.m,
the day preceding publication (be-
fore 10 a.m. on Saturday). Notice of
lectures, concerts and organization
meetings cannot be published oftener
than twice.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955
Vol. LXV, No. 91
Notices
All University employees who are not
now members of the U of- M Blood
Donor Association, and are interested
in becoming members, should contact
the Personnel Office, 3026 Admin., Ext.
2619, for an appointment. Appointments
must be made on or before Mon., Feb.
21. The Red Cross Mobile Unit will
be at Health Service, Tues,".Feb. 22,
to care for donors.
Veterans who are resuming training
under Public Law 550 (Korea G.I. Bill)
MUST report to Room 555 of the Ad-
ministration Building between 8:30 a.m.
and 3:00 p.m. according to schedule
distributed at registration. Each veteran
must bring with him his tuition receipt
for Spring, 1955.
students who entered the Hopwood
Contest for Freshmen should call for
their manuscripts at the Hopwood
Room.
General undergraduate scholarship ap-
plictions may be obtained at Room
113, Administration Building. The com-
pleted applications must be returned
by March 1. All applications must be
accompanied by University transcripts.
Atlas Powder Company Scholarships.
For the 1955-56 college year the Atlas
Powder Company is offering eight schol-
arships, each carrying a stipend of
$1000. To be eligible to apply, a student
must be enrolled now as a junior and
must be majoring in chemistry or any
branch of engineering. Application
blanks, which are now available in the
Scholarship Office, Room 113 Admini-
stration Building, must be postmarked
not later than March 31, 1955 to re-
ceive consideration by the Atlas schol-
arship committee.
Actuarial Employment-The Equitable
Life Assurance Society of New York
will be interviewing students for sum-
mer and permanent actuarial employ-
ment Mon., Feb. 21. in 3016 Angell Hal.
The Society will offer a general aptitude
test, needing no special preparation and
requiring about 30 minutes to take, at
5:15 p.m. Feb. 21, in Room 3017 Angell
Hall. Students interested in the actu-
arial field may find the test useful for
the field.
SUMMER PERSONNEL INTERVIEW.
Camp Nissokone, Oscado, Michigan
(boys' camp) will interview in Room
3K of the Michigan Union Mon., Feb.
21 from 4:00-7:30 pm. They need camp
counselors and cooks. Sorority or fra-
ternity cooks interested in summer em-
ployment will also be considered for
interviews.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Representatives from the following
will be at Engineering:
Tues., Feb. 22-.
Collins Radio Company, Cedar Rap-
ids, Iowa-all degree levels of Elec. E.;
B.S. & M.S. degrees in Engrg. Mech.,
Mech. E., & Engrg. Physics, U.S. citizens
only, for Research, Design & Develop-
ment of Electronic Equipment for Gov-
ernment & Commercial Use.
Monsanto Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo.
-all degree levels of Chem. and Mech.
Engrg. plus Chem. for Research, Process
& Equipment Design, Production, &
Technical Service Engineering.
The Cooper-Bessemer Corp., Mount
Vernon, Ohio,-B.S. &.M.S. in Mech. &
B.S. in Chem. E. for Research & De-
velopment.
Burroughs Adding Machine Company,
Detroit, Mich,-all degree levels in
Mech., Ind., & Elec. E., plus Bus. Ad.
& Physics majors, for Production, Man-
ufacturing-Detroit Research, Develop-
ment-Paoli, Pa. Can hire foreign stu-
dents.
Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, St.
Louis 7, Missouri,-B.S., M.S. & Ph.D.
degrees in Chem., Mech., Elec., Civil
& Met. Engrg. for General Chemical
Engineering, Process Design, Develop-
ment (Pilot Plant), Production. Also,
juniors from these programs for sum-
mer employment.,
Tues. & Wed., Feb. 22 & 23-
North American Aviation, Inc., Dow-
ney, California,-all degree levels of
Aero., Elec., Mech., Civil, Chem., Met.,
Nuclear, Engrg., also Physics for Re-'
search & Development.
American Telephone & Telegraph
Company, represented by the following

organizations: Mich. Bell, Bell Tele-
phone Labs., Western Elec. Co., San-
dia Corp., & Long Lines Dept.,-all de-3
gree levels of Engrg., Chem., Math., &
Physics.
Wed., Feb. 23-
The M. W. Kellogg Co., Jersey City 3,
N.J.,-ali degree levels in Chem., Civil,
& Mech. Engrg.; M.S. in Elec. & Engrg.
Msith.; Ph.D. in Aero.; also B.S. in Elec.
E., & PhD. in Math. for Design, Process
Engrg. & Development, Field Construc-
tion.
Aberdeen Proving Ground, U.S. Gov't.,
Army Ordnance, Aberdeen Proving
Grounds, Maryland,-all degree levels
in Aero., Chem., Elec., Mech., & Met.3
Engrg. for Research & Development for1
Summer Program.l
California Texas Oil Company, Ltd.,+
New York City, N.Y.,-all levels Chem.,
& Elec. Engrg.; B.S. Civil, Mech., Met.1
Engrg.; plus M.S. in Mech. E. for Re-
fining Project ad Process Design;
Summer & Regular.
Bendix Aviation Corp., Hamilton Div.

& Resarch Labs., Hamilton, Ohio & De-
troit; Mich.,-Hamilton Div., B.S. in
Aero., Mech., & Engrg. Math., for De-
sign, Development, Test & Quality Con-
trol; Detroit Div., B.S. & M.S. in Aero.,
Elec. (Electronics), Mech. & Met. E.,
plus Engrg. Mech., Math., & Physics for
Product Design, Development & Re-
search.
Wed. & Thurs., Feb. 23 & 24-
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester,
N.Y.-B.S. & M.S. degrees in Chem.,
Engrg. Mech., Elec., Ind., Mech., Engrg.,
& Physics & Chemistry, for Research &
Development, Design, & Production En-
gineering.
Engineering Interviews not previously
announced:
Thurs., Feb. 24-
SperryaCorporation, Sperry Gyroscope
Co., Great Neck, New York-all dgeree
levels in Elec., Mech., Aero. Engrg.,
Engrg. Physics & Math. for Research,
Development & Production Engineers.
Illinois Central Railroad, Chicago,
Il.,-B.S. In Civil Engrg. for Railroad
Engineering (includesgstructural &
maintenance of way.)
Rockwell Manufacturing Co., Edward
Valves, Inc., E. Chicago, Indiana-B.S.
degrees in Mech. & Met. Engrg. Sum-
mer & Regulr for Research, Machine &
Tool Design, Product, Production &
Sales Engineering.
Babcock & Wilcox Company, New
York, N.Y.,-B.S. in Chem., Ind., Mech.,
Met. Engrg., & Bus. Ad. majors, and all
levels in Physics for Company-wide
Training Program.
U.S. Govt., Dept. of Agr., Rural Elec-
trification Administration, Washington,
D.C.,-all degree levels of Elec. Engrg.
(regardless of draft status) for Tele-
phone Engrg., Electric Power Genera-
tion, Transmission & Distribution.
Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland,
Ohio,-B.S. & M.S. degrees in Elec.,
nd., & Mech. Engrg., for Research, De-
velopment, Production & Sales.
Atlantic Refining Co., Dallas, Texas,
-All degree levels of Chem., Civil,
Elec., Engrg. Mech., & Mech. Engrg.;
& Engrg. Math & Physics, for Educa-
tion & Research.
Fri., Feb. 25-
The National Cash Register Co.
(Electronics Div.),-Los Angeles, Calif.,
B.S. degrees in Mech. & Elec. (Electron-
ics) Engrg. for Manufacturing, Resarch,
Design & Development.
Citizens National Bank, Los Angeles,
Calif.,-B.A. degrees in Bus. Ad. & Lib.
Arts majors especially interested in eco-
nomics, accounting, banking & finance,
for Commercial banking & Trust Serv-
ices.
Consolidated Engineering Corp., Pasa-
dena, Calif.,-B.S. in Mech. & Elec.
Engrg. for Quality Control & Field Serv-
ice, Design & Dev, Engrg.
KXOA, Sacramento, Calif. (Radio
Station)~,-B.S. or B.A. degrees in Busi-
ness, Journalism or other for Radio
Engineering & Sales.
Brown Citrus Machinery Corp., Whit-
tier, Calif.,-for B.S. in Mech. & Chem.
Engrg., plus Bus. Ad. majors for Pro-
duction Supervision & Management,
Product Design, & Development, Sales,
Service & Accounting.
Recruitment for the Above Five Po-
sitions will be made by: Hergenrather
Associates (Executive Procurecent) of
Los' Angeles.
Commonwealth Edison Co., Chicago,
Il.-..degrees 14 Elec., & Mech.
Engrg. (regardless of military status),
U.S. Citizens only; for Management
Engrg. Training Prog.
Bucyrus-Erie Co., South Milwaukee,
Wis.,-B.S. in Civil, Elec., Ind. & Mech.
Engrg. for Sales, Design, & Manufacture.
Babcock & Wilcox Co., Atomic En-
ergy Div., B.S. degrees in Mech., Civil,
Chem. & Met. Engrg., plus M.S. & PhD.
in Applied Mechanics and Nuclear Phys-
ics for Design, Development & Re-
search.
U.S. Gov't., Dept. of Commerce, Bu-
reau of Standards, Washington, D.C.,-
all levels in Elec., Mech., Physics, Math.,
Materials & Chen., for Research & De-
velopment.
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis.,
-B.S. in Elec., Ind. Mech. Engrg. for
Sales & Manufacturing.
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation,
Pittsburgh, Pa., - Mech. E., Ind. E.,
Chem. & Met. Engrg., for Production
Training program & Research.
Contact the Engineering Placement
Office for appointments, 248 W. Engrg.,
Ext. 2182.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Michigan Civil Service Commission-
announces examinations for Corrections
Deprtment Trainees (ages 21-40), Li-
quor Enforcement Trainee (ages 23-35),
& Property Appraiser Trainee (not over
45). Must graduate by June, 1955. Ap-
plicants must be received by March 9.
Evans International, Inc., Acton,
Mass.-Young man with general sales
experience to represent this Importing
Co. in southern Michigan.
Mead Sales Co., Dayton, Ohio-young
men for Sales Training Program; Com-
pany is the Sales Organization for all
of the white paper manufactured by
The Mead Corporation.
Institute of Gas Technology, affili-
ated with Illinois Institute of Tech-

nology, Chicago 16, Ill.,-announces In-
stitute Fellowships to train selected
group at the graduate level for positions
of responsibility in the gas industry;
applications are invited from male
seniors and graduates in science &
Engrg., U.S. or Canadian citizens, un-
der 28 years of age.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, Ext. 371, 3528
Admin. Bldg.
Academic Notices
Graduate Students expecting to re-
ceive the master's degree in June, 1955,
must file a diploma application with
the Recorder of the Graduate School by
Fri., Feb. 25. A student will not be rec-
ommended for a degree unless he has
filed formal application in the office of
the Graduate School.
Doctoral Candidates who expect to re-
ceive degrees in June, 1955, must have
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )26B
1951 FORD VICTORIA. Two-tone green.
Radio and heater. Overdrive. 30,000
miles. The big lot across from down-
town carport. Huron Motor Sales,
222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588. )235
1949 JEEP Station Wagon. Six cylinder
with overdrive, Radio and heater.
The big lot across from downtown
carport. Huron Motor Sales, 222 W.
Washington, NO 2-4588. )239B
1948 DODGE two-door green, radio,
heater, new tires. The big lot across
from downtown carport. Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO
2-4588. )245B
FOR THE FINEST hi-fidelity music,
hear the new Telefunken; Opus AM,
FM radio. Truly the Cadillac of
radios. Ann Arbor Radio and TV,
1217 S. University, Ph. NO 8-7942, P'%
blocks east of East Eng. 243B
1950 CHEVROLET two-door glue. Radio
and heater. New tires, new battery.
Completely reconditioned. $495 this
week. The big lot across from down-
town carport. Huron Motor Sales,
222 W. Washington, NO 2-4588. )248B
1950 FORD, two-door V-8. Radio and
heater. Runs perfect. The big lot
across from downtown carport. Huron
Motor Sales, 222 W. Washington, NO
2-4588. )249B
'41 PONTIAC 6, Radio-Heater $90. '47
Pontiac 8, 2 tone green, sharp. Radio-
Heater. $190. "Bob" N 02-9555. )251B
1946 FORD-radio, heater, $150. 1947
BUICK Sedan, radio, heater, $150.
Fitzgerald-Jordan, Inc., 607 Detroit
St., NO 8-8141. )250B
FOR SALE-Radio, Halacrafter 5x62,
AM-FM, short wave. Phone NO 5-4720
after 4 P.M. )253B
Purchase from Purchase
Brownie8mm. movie camera, f 2.7
lens. Like new, $25.
Purchase Camera Shop
1116 S. University NO 8-6972
)259B
TOWER DRAFTING
EQUIPMENT
Lowest Prices! Highest Quality!
Precision instruments imported
from Germany.
13 piece side wheel set........5.29
Bean Compass.................6.19
16 piece center wheel set......13.49
Many other high quality sets
to choose from.
SEARS ROEBUCK' AND COMPANY
312 South Main St. Phone NO 2-5501
)B
1937 DODGE original owner using
daily. $50, NO 8-9758. )255B
USED ROYAL Portable Typewriter.
Quiet De-luxe. Excellent condition.
NO 2-8622. )256B
ZENITH RADIO-three-speed phono-
graph combination. Automatic rec-
ord changer. 7 inch speaker in per-
fect condition. $70.00. NO 3-0521, Ext..
429. )257B
TRAVELER typewriter, reasonable. Per-
fect condition. Call NO 3-5425 after
5 P.M. )258B
1941 DODGE, Raio and heater. Good
tires. Excellent engine. NO 3-3777.
)260B
FOR RENT
CAMPUS AREA. Two men to share
finished basement with grad. student.
Light cooking. $6. 1001 S. Forest. NO
2-7639. )14E
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ROOMS FOR RENT
BY DAY--WEEK--MONTH -- Campus
Tourist Home, 518 E. William (near
State). NO 3-8454. Student rooms.
)23D
DOUBLE ROOM, modern furnishings
dnear campus. 1111 White, NO 2-9625.
)39D
CAMPUS ROOM
For woman.
Call after 4:15 p.m. NO 3-0060.
ONE DOUBLE ROOM, large closet kit-
chen privileges optional. No drinkers
or smokers. For quiet gentlemen.
Near State and Packard-Phone NO
8-8345. )50D
SINGLE ROOM for rent for man. On
campus. Linens included. Call NO
2-7927. )53D
DE-LUXE APARTMENT to share with
one or two male students. Phone NO
2-9574. )52D
ROOM AND BOARD
TIRED of Cheeseburgers? Board at
Lester Co-op, 900 Oakland. Cali I.C.C.
Office NO 8-6872. )13E
PERSONAL
STUDENTS--begin or continue your
piano playing while at college. Artist
teachers--practice facilities. Robert
Dumm Piano Studios, call NO 2-3541.
)54F
FOR J-HOP pictures call Bob Lorey.
NO 2-6436. )60F
FIND OUT about the student specials
that you are missing. Call Student
Periodical Agency. NO 2-3061. )61F
HELP WANTED
WE HAVE a few openings for women
21 to 45 who would like to earn extra
dollars evenings. Earnings are un-
limited, work is pleasant. Write Mrs.
Dean, 702 E. Ganson, Jackson, Mich-
igan. )32H
FIELD DIRECTOR -- Girl Scouts of
Southwestern Michigan. Major re-
sponsibility camp and group work
advising. Salary and benefits com-
mensurate with experience. Write
Girl Scouts, 131 East Main St., Benton
Harbor, Mich. Enclose qualifications.
B.S. degree required. )31H
WOMEN of initiative, opportunity to
earn income directly from own home.
Tact, poise, ability, more important
than experience. No canvassing.
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EUROPE $399-30 day 5400 mile auto
tour 7 countries. Free insurance and
NTO membership. As leader you may
qualify for transportation free tour.
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R. A. MADDY-VIOLIN MAKER, Fine
instruments, Accessories, Repairs. 310
S. State, upstairs. Phone NO 2-5962.
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in licensed home. NO 3-5830. 231
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Marlene Dietrich
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Thursday & Friday
7&9
Alfred Hitchcock's
"THE LADY VANISHES"#
with
Margaret Lockwood
Michael Redgrave Paul Lukas
a J. Arthur Rank Production
Saturday at 7 and 9

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