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THE MCMGAN DAILY

SUNDAY., IPXMUART It.199.

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aIJWDAY. 1L'RRRTT S) AWtV10 O) 17a

Union Contest 1Gelb To Talk

Entry blanks will be available
from now to Feb.29 for the Union's
speech contest.
Open to all undergraduates with
an over-all two-point or better
scholastic average, the original
University oratory contest will be
held March 7.
Entry blanks may be obtained
from 3 to 5 p.m. Mondays through
Fridays in the Union student offi-
ces.
KARL
ROBINSON
IN PERSON, Presents
BRAZIL
A true-to-life, wonderfully
colorful film story of our
largest southern neighbor.

On Alphabet
Prof. I. J. Gelb, of the Oriental
Institute of the University of Chi-
cago, will address the Linguistics
Club at 8 p.m. Tues. in the East
Conference Room of Rackham
bldg.
The subject of his talk is
"Problems in Dialectological In-
vestigations in Ancient Mesopota-
mia." Members of the Near East
Research Club are also invited.
At 4 p.m. Wed. in Aud. B, An-
gell Hall, Prof. Gelb will give an
illustrated lecture on "New Light
on the Origin of Our Alphabet."
This lecture is sponsored by
the Department of Near Eastern
Studies and the public is invited.
WUERTH
ENDING TODAYt
SPENCER TRACY " VAN JOHNSON~
SROBERT MITC.UM
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CAN BE LAZY:
Office Workers Tell
What Makes Ideal Boss

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By MARILYN WOOD
Shape up, office executives!
6,537 office workers throughout
the United States and Canada
recently described the "ideal boss."
In answer to a survey taken by
the National Office Management
Association of Denham and Com-
pany the workers reported that
they prefer a man between 40 and
49 years of age.
He must have a high degree of
managerial skill, a good deal of
common sense, and be eminently
fair to workers.
Further qualifications include a
high degree of intelligence, especi-
ally where there are a lot of
older women.
Where there are many young
women, an understanding nature
is a big help, the survey reported.
Experience is desirable but not
absolutely essential, except to old-
er men.
The "ideal boss" doesn't have
to be very energetic-as a matter
of fact, laziness isn't held against
him. He doesn't need much of a
sense of humor unless he has sev-
eral older women under him, say
the office workers who filled out
questionnaires,
If he is impatient most-of the
workers won't mind, but they
won't stand for his being unjust.
They want him to be ready with

a pat on the back for good work
and to let people know what's go-
ing on in the business.
In offices where there are a lot
of young people, a boss with a
superior attitude has several
strikes against him. Where there
are a lot of older workers, lying
is absolutely out.
Although most workers don't
care whether the boss is lazy or
late for appointments, they don't
like him to put things off which
concern the workers because they
don't want to work under pressure
to make up.
Grouchiness makes the boss un-
popular with the young women
and a "know-it-all" attitude irri-
tates the men.
Only the older women seem to
worry very much about his ap-
pearance.
The workers think the "ideal
boss"' wouldn't be too stuck-up to
call them by their first names.
However, they don't mind if he
wants to be "mistereCl."
Most workers, particularly the
younger women, can take stub-
bornness in their stride. Older
workers don't mind if the boss has
a temper if he is all right in other
ways.
Of the 6,537 office workers, 5,000
say that- they would hire them-
selves for their own jobs if they
were the bosses.

TODAY at 3:00 ALSO
"THE SHRIKE"
Patteng ill Auditorium JOSE FERRER
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WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part time,
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General Admission, $1.00

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"GENTLEMEN"
MARRY BRUNETTES"
AND
"ONE DESI RE"

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LUCY AND DESI IN THEIR FUNNIEST LAUGH HIT!-

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NEVER SUCH LAUGHS!
Lucy at the movies!
Lucy on a camping trip!

TOMORROW
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Phone NO 3-8454

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AVIS rent-a-car or truck for local or
long distance use. Reasonable daily,
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