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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1956

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JAILY OFFICIAL BULIETIN

Student

Activities

Building

Goes

Up

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(Continued from Page 4) .
School, at 9:00 a.m. Chairman, B. 0.
Hughes.
Doctoral Examination for James Wil-
fred Clark, Philosophy; thesis: "Wolf-
gang Koehier's Conception of Direct Ex-1
perience," Fri., June 8, 2214 Angell
Hall, at 10:00 a.m. Chiarman, C. L.
Stevenson.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed va-
cancies on their teaching staffs for the
1956 - 1957 school year. They will not
send representatives to the Bureau of
Appointments to interview teachers at
this time.
Arlington Heights, Illinois - Teacher
Needs: Elementary (1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th);
Junior High Science/Math.
Cleveland, Ohio - Teacher Needs:
Elementary; Math; Science; Industrial
Arts; Home Economics. The Cleveland
Board of Education waived the National
Teacher Examination requirements at
its last meeting. This test is not re-
quired for either elementary or secon-
dary candidates this year.
Clifton Springs, New York - Teacher
Needs: Girls' Physical Ed; Boys' Physical
Ed; Business; Junior High Math; Sen-
ior High English.
Crescent City, California - Teacher
Needs: Kindergarten; Boys' Physical
Ed; Vocal Music; 7th and 8th Grade;
Early Elementary.
Livonia, Michigan (Clarenceville Pub-
lic Schools)- Teacher Needs: Elemen-
tary (1st to 6th); Junior/Senior High
Math/Gen. Science; Math; Visiting
Teacher; Mentally Handicapped.
Plainwell, Michigan - Teacher N'eeds:
Elementary.
Toledo, Ohio (Oregon Local School
District - Teacher Needs: Elementary
(1st, 2nd, 3rd/4th); High School Social
Studies/Asst. Football Coach; English/
Dramatics; 7th/8th grade English/Social
Studies; English.
Westfield, New Jersey - Teacher
Needs: Junior High Librarian; English;
Senior High Biology/Chemistry; Latin/.
Spanish; Bookkeeping/Stenography/Typ-
ing; Bookkeeping/Business Law/Typing;
Girls' Physical Ed; Social Studies (man
with coaching).
White Pigeon, Michigan -- Teacher
Needs: Sdience (Physics / Chemistry);
Asst. Football Coach/Track.
Allen Park, Michigan--Teacher Needs:
Metal Slaop, Wood Shop; English.
Battle Creek. Michigan (Lakeview
School District) - Teacher Needs: Eng-
lish/Social Studies.
Brownmoor School, Phoenix, Arizona
- Teacher .Needs: Physical Education;
Mathematics; 7th and 8th grade Eng-
lish/Mathematics/Social Studies. Must
be a returned veteran or must have
completed successfully his R.O.T.C.
Byron, Michigan -- Teacher Needs:
Early Elementary; High School Com-
mercial; English.
Holly, Michigan -- Teacher Needs:
Girls' Physical Education; Elementary.
Imlay City, Michigan-Teacher Needs:'
English; Commercial (with shorthand);
Assistant Coach with Social Studies or
Driver Education.
South San Francisco, California -
Teacher Needs: Basic English (slow
learners); Social Studies/Business; Com-
mercial; Science; Girls' Physical Edu-
cation and .Home Economics.
Flint, Michigan - (Utley Schools) --
Teacher Needs: Homemaking; Social
Studies; Spanish/English; Math/Science;
Commercial/Math.
White Plains, New York - Teacher

Needs: All Fields, Elementary; Junior
High School and Senior High School.
Also, Attendance Teacher; School Phy-
chologist; Business Administrative As-
sistant.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NOrmandy 3-
1511, Ext. 489.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
McFarland Tree Service, Ann Arbor
wants men who have had tree trimming
experience.
The Flo-Bal Pen Corp.,Holland, Mich.,
has a summer sales job.
Tuberculosis & Health Society, De-
troit, Mich. wants 12 people to work
from July 9 to August 17,
The last meeting of the Summer
Placement Service will be Tuesday,
May 29. After Tues. come to the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Administration
Bldg.
SUMMER PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS
Representatvies from the following
will interview for summer jobs at the,
last Summer Placement Service meeting,
Room 3G, Michigan Union, 1 to 4:45
p.m.

TUESDAY, MAY 29
Martin Gold, Head Counselor, Camp
Farband, will interview for men and
women General Counselors and men
Scoutcraft.
Rush Cattell, Camp Cherokee, Steu-
ben, Mich., will interview for men
Counselors.
Mrs. Wauteri, Camp Hilltop, will
interview for men and women Coun-
selors.
W. C. Wilson of Crowell-Collier Pub-
lishing Co., Detroit, will interview men
for summer Sales Promotional jobs in
the Education Division. (Not selling
magazines.)
Fred Smart, Pure Oil Co., Toledo,
Ohio, will interview men for work in
Service Stations on the Ohio Turn-
pike.
Roy C. Moersh, Doughnut Corp. of
America, will interview men for Sales
Promotion job in the Flint territory.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEW:
Thurs., Fri., May 31, June 1:

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WHEEL-BARROWER--With evident difficulty, the young workman drives his block-laden barrow BEAM-STRADDLER--Construction worker gives final twist to
up the narrow board. Just as he reached the top, barrow slipped, blocks spilled. bolt on the superstructure of building's Student Workshop,

Crew Raises
$1 ,250OQO
Installation
Did you ever stop to watch a
building in construction?
First the orange steel beams
reach skyward. The wood and con-
crete reinforcement follow. Then,
when the first level is well under
way, the beams again begin climb-
ing toward the second story, and
then toward the third.
Lagging behind this sequence is
* the brick exterior, rising silently
over the bare superstructure.
*The Student Activities Building
is growing along these lines. Rods
and posts shoot out in crazy geo-
metrical angles. Great windowless
walls sweep out almost overnight.
The unfolding structure almost
seems to palpitate and swell like a
living creature.
But effecting this apparently
spontaneous development is a corps
of construction workers. Drillers,
brick-layers, carpenters and elec-
tricians are only the beginning of
the list.
Laughing, building, tossing jokes
back and, forth, these men make
up an autonomous little commun-
ity. They are as unaware of the
University atmosphere and the
student body as the latter seem to
be unaware of them.
A student entering this world
feels somehoW out of place. The
building is not ready for him yet.
It belongs to these workers now.
But when it is completed, the
builders will feel as out of place
inside it as the student does now.
The building is scheduled for
completion next spring. The $1,-
250,000 structure will house ap-
proximately 80 student organiza-
tions along with the Dean of Men's'
and the Dean of Women's offices.
The wing on Thompson which
has just started to go up will hold
a Student Workshop, where such
projects as floats and theatrical
scenery may be produced.
What do the workers have to say
about it all? They don't have much
f comment to offer, except, as one
put it, "The building has moved
along pretty good."
DAILYf
- PHOTO
} FEATURE,
Story By
TED FRIEDMAN
Photos By
SAM CH ING

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Scott Paper Co.-will be in Detroit,
work as industrial salesmen in the
work as industrall salesmen in the
Detroit area.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
A local firm is looking for a young
woman to work as Sales Correspondent,
servicing customer accounts. Requires
typing.
Richard Ullman, Inc., Buffalo, N.Y.,
has an opening for Junior Salesmen
in the field of syndicating programs and
commercials for radio and TV.
Electronics Research Directorate of the
Air Force Cambridge Research Center,
Beford, Mass., is interested in Physi-
cists, Electronics Scientists, Engineers,
and Mathematicians to' do Research
Work.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 371.
Students registered with the Bureau
of Appointments are reminded to make
certain that their records are complete
before they leave the campus for the
summer. Students who are graduating
and will be leaving Ann Arbor perman-
ently, are requested not only to inform
the office as to whether or not they
have taken a position, but also to make
any necessary changes in address.

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by A. Michelson

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BRICK-LAYER--Laborer guides empty bucket to ground. The
bucket will subsequently be filled with cement and sent back up.

FOREMAN-Grizzled head-man stays on close terms with his men. They exchange jokes and com-
ments. The foreman claims to be familiar with the University: "Oh, we work 'here quite often."

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Shipping and insurance inci
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SCAFFOLDING WORKERS-From ledge, two men connect rod HIGH ALTITUDE MEN-Workers are bordered only by sky. Said ROPE-PULLER-"You're d--- right this is hard work," he grunted
Into complex latticework of building's scaffolding, one, "It's a high building." Said other, "Nuts, you can jump in response to question. He seemed to enjoy his job nevertheless,
this high."

So Light, so Tough, so Inexpensive!

CAR.SAC, new stand
up model. Keeps
clothes wrinkle' free.
Holds 10 dresses full
length on hangers.
Hangs or folds to
travel case size.

GRASSHOPPER - 24"
Weekender. Closes
with swivel pull zip.
per, fastens with Swiss
Tucktite lock. No
bulky lid, no hinges,
no snap locks.

SWAG bag. Too much
to carry in a purse?
Not enough for a suit
case? Use smart tough
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money pocket. Only-

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