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.'8E MCHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1956

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rrogress
Reported
(Continued from Page 1)
At incited is raging now at the
niversity of Colorado. U. of C.
resident Ward Darley formulated
1 anti-discrimination measure
hich seemed to be fairly effec-
ve and acceptable to most of the
Impus.
Then Darley surprisingly pre-
nted an alternative proposal
Mich was acceptable to no-one,
Specially the students, faculty, re-
ents, and fraternity members.
Darley's secQnd plan proposed
imination of discrimination for
ationally - affiliated fraternities,
ut permitted the bias clause to
main for the local chapters.
Fraternity Leaders Object
Colorado's fraternity leaders ob-
cted to this plan on the grounds
>mmunists were backing it and
ireatened to leave campus.
Another western public college
dn't even bother with a deadline
)r the bias clause removal. The
oard of directors and dean's com-
ittee of San Francisco State Col-
ge ruled in 1953: "Membership
1 officially recognized college or-
anizations shall be available to
udents of San Francisco State
ollege regardless of race, creed,
rpolitical affiliation."
In spite of the varied methods
integration, some of which seem
o be quite effective, so-called
Jewish" and "Christian" frater-
ities undoubtedly will show some
ifferentiation in membership for
ith members of other ethnic,
Friendly Contact Needed
However studies at the Uni-
ersity of Michigan indicate that
hose who have friendly contact
ith .members of other ethoic,
ligious, and racial groups de-
elop more tolerant attitudes.
Proponents oa bias elimination
om fraternitieA object to frater-
ities defense that the country
lust change its attitude toward
gregation before fraternities can
e expected to change theirs.
The critics feel instead frater-
ities should set the pace; if they
ake enough headway with the
emocratic idea, country clubs
nd businesses will come along

'U' AFROTC
Commended
Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Webster,
commander of the Thirtieth Air
Division, Air Defense Command,
commended Air Force ROTC Stu-
dents at Fletcher Hall's Kellogg
Auditorium.
In commending the AFROTC
students for their work in the
Ground Observer Corps, he said,
"part of our strength is not only
in the regular forces but in the
support of the civilian community
and organizations like GOC.
Webster said air defense is simi-
lar to football defense, comment-
ing, "I consider myself as a foot-
ball coach, ready to play the game
-on defense."
"While the Air Division Com-
mand job is one of destruction of
enemy aircraft, our goal is to make
an attack by an enemy too costly
for him to attempt, Webster said.
Webster, who recently returned
from an assignment in Turkey,
said the primary importance of
GOC is to plot low altitude planes.
Teachers Tall
On 1Problems
Junior college instructors from
all corners of Michigan came to
the University yesterday for
the Junior College-University of
Michigan Conference.
Universal college problems such
as admissions, credits, and trans-
fers were discussed in the League's
Ann Arbor room under the charge
of Don B. Feather, University as-
sistant Director of Admissions.
"Selection and Use of Audio-
Visual Materials and Aids" dis-
cussed with Ford L. Lemler, direc-
tor of Audio-Visual Education
Center.
Those interested in improving
reading were given reading tests
and improvement techniques in
the University elementary school.
Individual conferences were giv-
en and the visiting teachers had
their pick of various University
class sessions to attend.
Dean George G. Brown, Dean,'
College of Engineering, gave the
luncheon speech entitled "Indus-
try's Need for Technologists."
During the afternoon, the 250
visitors were invited to departmen-
tal conferences covering , almost
every field of major interest.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 5)
should secure application forms in
Room 150, School of Business Adminis-
tration. Applications should be com-
pleted and returned before April 1.
Mathematics Colloquium. Tuesday,
March 20, at 4:10 p.m., in Room 3011
Angell Hall. Dr. F. P. Palermo will speak
on "The Integral Cohomology Ring of
Product Complexes."
Psychology Colloquiums Dr. James
Olds, of the Psychology Department,
McGill University, will discuss "Neuro-
physiological Mechanisms of Reward,"
Tues., March 20, 4:15 p.m., Angell, Aud.
B.
Doctoral Examination for Leslie R.
Bassett, Music: Composition; thesis:
Second Symphony; Tuesday, March 20,
606 Burton Tower, at 4 p.m. Acting
Chairman, G. A. Sutherland.
The Extension Service announces the
May Festival Lecture Series to be held
in Ann Arbor beginning Wed., March
21 as follows:
.The 1956 May Festival Lecture Series,
7:00 p.m., Room 206, Burton Tower.
Prof. Glenn D. McGeoch, Instructor.
Registration for this - series may be
made in Room 4501 of the Administra-
tion Building on South State Street
during University Office hours or dur-
ing the half hour preceding the class
in the class room.
Events Today
Free Films. Museums Building, 4th
floor Exhibit Hall. "Tehuantepec: Mex-
ican Village" and "Totems: Northwest
Coast Indians," March 13-19. Daily at
3:00 and 4:00 p.m., including Sat. and
Sun., with an extra showing Wed. at
12:30.
Placement, Notices
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., pioneer electrical
manufacturers, of Milwaukee, Wiscon-
sin, will interview prospective graduates
on the campus, March 19. Electrical,
Mechanical or Industrial Engineers, who
are interested in a career in Develop-
ment Engineering, Manufacturing En-
gineering or Sales Engineering may
interview T. B. Jochem or F. A. Wright
at the Engineering Building. Business
Administration graduates interested in
Accounting end General Administrative
work may interview H. E. Stephenson
at the School of Business Administra-
tion.
The following schools will have a
representative at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments to interview candidates for
teaching positions beginning Sept., 1956.
Mon., March 19:
Sterling, Mich.: Teacher needs: H. S.
Math.
Tues., March 20: -,
Wayne, Mich.: Teacher needs: All
fields.
Harper Woods, Mich.: Teacher needs:

Elementary (2nd and 3rd grades); Ele-
mentary Vocal Music; High School Girls
Physical Ed.
.Albion, Mich.: Elementary; English;
Science; Guidance; Instrumental Music;
Remedial Reading,
Wed., March 21:
Trenton, Mich.: Teacher needs: Ele-
mentary (Kdg. to 6th).
Van Dyke, Mich.: Teacher needs:
Elementary; Art; Music; Sp. Correc-
tionist; Physical Ed.; Mentally Retarded:
High School Math/English (Assist with
Coaching); Physical Ed and Swimming
Coach.
Wyandotte, Mich. (Riverview School):
Teacher needs:. All fields.
Monroe, Mich. ATeacher needs: Ele-
mentary (Kdg. to 4th); Speecn Correc-
tion; High English; Elementary Music
(Inst/Vocal or Vocal); Junior High
Art/Counseling; Elementary Phys. Ed.;
Special Education-Slow Learners (man
pfd.)
Thurs., March 22:
Cleveland, Ohio: Teacher needs: All
fields.
DeCoto, Calif.: Teacher needs: Ele-
mentary (Kdg. to 8th grade).
Vicksburg, Mich.: Teacher needs: Ele-
mentary; Football Coach.
For further information contact. the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Tuesday, March 20:
Procter and Gamble Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio-men in LS&A and BusAd for
Business Management in the Advertis-
ing Department.
Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio-women in any field for Consumer
Survey Work. Involves travel through-
out U.S.
Continental Casualty Co., Chicago, Ill.
-men in any field for Summer and
Regular Management Training Program.
Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich. -
men in any field for Sales.
Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland,
Ohio-men for Executive Development,
Management Training Program leading
to Industrial Management.
Wednesday, March 21:
The American Sugar Refining Co.,
N.y., N.Y.-men in BusAd., LS&A., and
Chem. E., Mech., Ind., and Elect. E. for
Management Training in Engineering,
Sales and Accounting.
Guaranty Trust Co. of New York,
New York, N.Y.-men with background
in BusAd and Economics for Manage-
ment Development Training in, the
Credit Dept. and the Investment Dept.
(Security Analysis).
Mutual Benefit Health & Accident
'Assoc. (Mutual of Omaha) and United
Benefit Life Ins. Co. (United of Omaha),
Omaha, Neb. - men and women in
Acctg., .Math., BusAd., Insurance, Law,
Soc., Econ., Finance, Investments, Real
Estate, and LS&A for Actuarial, Acctg.,
Advertising, Investments, Statistics,
Claims, Underwriting, and Group Div.
Sales and Service.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 371.

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