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'I'I[E MICHIGAN DAILY

TftRSDAYi APRn,12,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1956

ONNA NETZER:
Coed Takes 15 Hours of 'Activities'

- With a political science major,
a "teacher's certificate on the
side," a fraternity pin, and four
years of extensive work in stu-
dent activities under her belt, Don-
na Netzer has a lot on her hands.
What amazes the graduating
senior's friends is that she always
seemsto have time for more.
She explains, for instance, "I
wanted this to be my last contri-
bution to the University," in ref-
erence to a revision of Scroll hon-
orary society's constitution-one
of her recent projects. "Honor-
aries should do something to jus-
tify their existence, They should
come out and take time to act on
campus situations, and develop
leadership."
The incident is typical of Don-
na, who has ben vitally interested
in contributing all she can to the
campus.
Only Fifteen Hours
Most of her ideas have been ef-
fected through the old Student
Legislature and Student Govern-
ment Council, whose vice-president
she was last semester. Now she
spends an all-time minimum of
hours per week on activities -
"only 15".
Her chief interest now is in
chairing the Deveelopment Coun-
cil's Student Relations Committee
-a year-old group devoted to
building contacts with alumni and
encouraging alumni activities. "It
should follow," Donna explains,
"that interested future alumni will
be anxious to contribute to Michi-
gani.'"
A sideline of this field is her
chair on the Development Council
oarcd of Directors.
Family Influence
Heredity and environment both
account for Donna's intense inter-
est in activities. Her sister, a for-
mer SL cabinet member, is mar-
ried to Bob Neary, once SL presi-
dent, whose sister Janet is a cur-
rent SGC member.
Donna herself is pinned to last
year's Daily Managing Editor,
Gene Hartwig, '58L, who finds in
her several qualities worthy of
note. "Mentioi} her adeptness
with the knitting needles," he
urged, "and her marvelous sense
of humor. Besides which she's a
very charming young lady."
Hartwig has had his influence
on Donna, too. "I'm more or less
a conservative liberal," she smiles,
"and you can guess where the
conservative part comes from."
She is, she says, one of the few
Political Science majors who has
not emerged from the department
a Democrat.
Both Sides of the Lectern
Her Poli Sci work, particularly
classes from Prof. Frank Grace,
has intrigued Donna, but she's
equally absorbed with her teach-
ing plans. She'd like to teach
civics or economics to either
eighth or twelfth graders-those
rages, she thinks, are most chal-
lenging.
Her studies have suffered some-
what from Donna's extra-curricu-
lar interests. She's lost the three-
point average which admitted her,
as a freshman, to Alpha Lambda
Students Prefer
Papers Over TVw
If college students were required
to give up either newspapers or
television, they would abandon
television according to a nation-
wide survey.
The Associated Collegiate Press
asked college students throughout
the country, "If you had to give
up either newspapers or television,
which one would you give up?"
Sixty-eight per cent said they
would prefer to give up TV while
only 17 per cent would rather stop

reading papers. The remaining 15
per cent did not state a preference.
Oddly enough, this is in striking
contrast to the adult population
which, when asked the same ques-
tion, responded almost 50-50 be-
tween the two media.
Students who preferred news-
papers generally said it was be-
cause of greater coverage. But
students who stated that they
were in favor of television seemed
to prefer its conciseness and ver-
satility.
"TV is more interesting," a
Hunter College (New York City)
junior said.
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meet Thurs., April 12, at 4:00 p.m. in
Room 247, West Engineering Building.
Prof. P. M. Naghdi, Department of
Engineering Mechanics, will speak on
"On the General Theory of Shells."
Refreshments will be served in Room
274, West Engineering Building at 3:30
p.m.
Interdepartmental Seminar on Applied
Meteorology, Thurs., April 12, 4 p.m.,
Room 4041 Natural Science Bldg. Prof.
Ernest F. Brater will speak no "The
Influence of Meteorological and Drain-
age Basin Characteristics on Peak Steam
Flow."
Doctoral Examination for Dennis Ri-
gan, Education; thesis: "A Study of
the Effects of Exercise on the Genesis
and Growth of Tumors in a Mammary
Tumor Bearing Strain of Mice," Fri.,
April 13, East Council Room, Rackham
Bldg., at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, P. A.
Hunsicker.
Doctoral Examination for Eugene
Bonner Turner, Physics; thesis: "The
Production of Very High Temperatures
in the Shock Tube with an Application
to the Study of Spectral Line Broaden-
ing," Fri., April 13, 2038 Randall Labor-
atory, at 2:15 p.m. Co-Chairmen, Otto
Laporte and L. H. Aller.
Placement Notices
The following schools will have repre-
sentatives at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments to interview teachers for the
1956-57 school year.
Tues., April 17-
Carson City, Mich.-Teacher needs:
Head Basketball Coach; Instrumental
Music (Band); High School English;
Social Studies.
Battle Creek, Mich. (Harper Creek
Community Schools) - Teacher needs:
Elementary; Art, Junior High; Elemen-
tary consultant.
Sebewaing, Mich. - Teacher needs:
Elementary; vocal Music, Elementary
and Secondary.
Bakersfield, Calif. '(Kern County
Schools), -Teacher needs: All fields.
DeCoto, Calif. (Bay Area) - Teacher
needs: Elementary, Kindergarten to
8th.
Wed., April 18-

Cheboygan, Mich. - Teacher needs:
Girls High School Phys. Ed.; High
School Math; Junior high Science;
Junior high English; Speech'Correction.
Grand Rapids, Mich. - Teacher needs:
Elementary; Junior High English/Social
Studies; Junior High Gen. Science/
Math; High School Industrial Arts;
High School Vocal and Instrumental
Music; English; Speech Correction.
Jackson, Mich. -- (Northwest Rural
Agricultural School) - Teacher needs:
Elementary; Social Studies; General
Science; Math; Boys Phys. Ed.; Girls
Phys. Ed.; Industrial Arts; Music,
Vocal-Instrumental; Counseling-Guid-
ance.
South Redford (Detroit), Mich. -
Teacher needs: Elementary, Kdg. thru
6th; Elementary and High School Phys.
Ed. (men and women); Coach (all
except football and wrestling); Junior
High and High School Core and Social
Studies.
Thurs., April 19-
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Teacher needs:
Elementary; Elem. Music (Vocal/Instru-
mental); High School English; Foreign
Language (German/Latin or French;
Spanish/French); Math (Algebra; Ge-
ometry); Social Studies (9th grade
Civics); Science (Chemistry); Special
Education-Reading Coordinator (High
School); School Psychologist; Speech
Correction; Elementary Phys. Ed. (man
or woman); High School Phys. Ed.
woman.
Hazel Park, Michigan-Teacher needs:
Elementary; Mentally Handicapped;
Visiting Teacher; Assistant Football
Coach; Junior High Science.
Battle Creek, Mich. - Teacher needs:
Elementary; Junior High Girls Physi-
cal Ed.; Vocal Music; Home Ec.; High
School Chemistry/Physics; English;
Counselor; English-Social Studies-Math.
Inkster, Mich. (Dearborn Twp. No. 8)
-Teacher needs: Elementary; Girls
Phys. Ed.; 7th Grade Social Studies
and. English; 8th Grade Social Studies
and Core.
Fri., April 20-....................
Mount Clements, Mich. -- Teacher
needs: Elementary; Manual Arts; Li-
brariana fo Public Libr ay. nd a
bainfrPbiLirr.For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Administration
Building, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.

PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Mon., April 16:
Sargent & Co., New Haven, Conn.-
men in LS&A or BusAd for Sales
Training. Company manufactures tools
and door closers and locks.
Tues., April 17:
Massachusetts Indemnity Co., Spring-
field, Mass. - men for Management
Training.
Ed Schuster and Co., Milwaukee,
Wis.-men and women in LS&A, BusAd,
Econ., Mktg., Psych, and Home Ec.
for Jr. Executive Training Program in
Department Store.
Radio Corp. of America, Camden,
N.J.-men with B.S. or M.S. for Train-
ing Program in Personnel.
Wed., Aprli 18:
Rike Kumler Co. (department store),
Dayton, Ohio-men and women for
Executive Training Program,
Sun Oil Co., work in Mich., Ohio,
Ind., and 1IP.-men in BusAd, LS&A,
Econ. & Mktg. for Petroleum Marketing.
Thurs., April 19:
Mich. Dept. of Public Health-men
in Soc. Science, BusAd., Public Health,
and Biology for Training as lay epi-
demiologists with career opportunities
as Public Health Administrators.
Wayne Co. Bureau of Social Aid-
men and women for Social Work.
U.S. State Dept.-men and women for
positions in the Foreign Service. These
interviews wll be group sessions. The
next Foreign Service Exam will be
given on June 25, 1956, and applica-
tions must be in by May 11.
Fri., April 20:,
Procter and Gamble Co., Cincinnati-

men for Purchasing and Traffic Depart-
ments.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
ext. 371.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Tues., April 17:
New York Central System, work
throughout Mich. - Summer and Reg-
ular' Jr. Engrs.
Wed.. April 18:
Mueller Brass Co., Pt. Huron, Mich.
all levels in Ind. and Mech. for Summer
and Regular Plant, Prod., and Ind. E.
U.S. citizen.
Thurs., April 19:
Gen'l Motors Corp., Research Staff,
Detroit, Mich. - all levels in Nuclear.
Fri., April 20:
Union Steam Pump Co., Battle Creek,
Mich. - B.S. in Aero., Che.E., Civil,
Elect., Ind., Inst., Const., Megh., Muni-
cipal, Nuclear, Sanitary, and Science
for Design and Sales.
Eli Lilly and Co., Indianapolis, Ind.-
B.S. and M.S. in Civil, Elec., Ind., and
Mech. for Summer and Regular Plant,
Ind., and Gen'l E. U.S. citizen,
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W.E., Ext. 2182.
Change of Schedule: Pan American
Airlines, scheduled to interview here
on Thurs. and Fri., April 12 and 13, have
had to cancel their date for this
week but will intreview on Monday
and Tuesday, April 16 and 17. There
will be a general meeting at 4 p.m. in
Room 3-G at the Michigan Union on
Monday, April 16. People interested
should attend the meeting and someone
will be there to sign people up for
interviews on Tuesday, April 17.

MEMNON"

-Daily-Bill van Osterhout
DONNA NETZER
... knitting needles, sense of humor, and charm

Delta honorary. "And last year,"
she recalls, "I had to give up some
dating-.sometimes Friday nights
were the only times I had to study
at all."
Of SGC's roster now, she is still
vitally concerned with the Coun-
cil. "It's got far more potential
than SL had," Donna claims, "and
it's doing a good job at building
a strong foundation. What it
needs is a stronger means of com-
munication with the student body.
"Maybe," she proposes, "some-
thing like the old SL forums. Re-
Seats on Plane,
For Europe
Still Available
Student Government Council
Travel Iirector Ray McCarus, '57,
announced yesterday that there
are still a few seats left on the
special plane to Europe this sum-
mer.
The 60-seat plane will be char-'
tered from the Flying Tiger Lines,
Inc. providing the reqeuired num-
ber of students request reserva-
tions.
Roundtrip fee for the Civil
Aeronautics Administration - ap-
proved charter will be $300, ap-
proximately half the fare charged
by leading commercial lines.
Interested students may obtain,
information by calling McCarus at
NO 3-4295 or by visiting the travel
booth from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday
in the lobby of the League.

commendations on action should
come straight from the student
body."
Pro-Spring .Rushing
SGC's spring rushing decision
gets Donna's hearty acclaim. A
Pi Beta Phi sorority member, she's
sure she'd affiliate-"and with the
same house"-all over again if she
had the chance. At the Pi Phi
house she's noted, among other
things, for her thorough perusal
of -the New York Times before bed
every night.
Donna's future, she predicts,
will be a matter of avoiding a rut
of any kind, and combining her
teaching with alumni affairs.
"Maybe," she says, "I'm in a rut
now-but if so, it's beena good
one, and I've liked it."
DAILY
OFFICIAL
B ULLE TIN'
(Continued from Page 4)
file their applications in Room 3206,
University High School before the end
of the present semester.
Anyone failing to make application
will seriously jeopardize his chances for
securing an assignment.
402 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science will meet on Thurs., April 12,
3401 Mason Hall from 4:00-5:30 p.m.
T. Ferdinand will speak on A Review
of "Logical Structure of the Utility
Concept" by Bohnert.
Seminar in Applied Mathematics will

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