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THE MICGAN DAILY

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ILMLIAY, NUVEMBER 30, 1955

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)YMAKER FOR HALF CENTURY:
Santa's Helper Supplies Yuletide Cheer

o Initiate
University's
Yule Season
"The Messiah," Handel's monu-
mental Christmas oratorio, will
initiate the University's Christ-
mas season with two performances
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday and at 2:30
p.m. Sunday in Hill Auditorium.
Sponsored by the University
Musical Society, the oratorio has
been in such public demand that
it has been necessary to scheule
two performances each season for
the past 14 years.
Soloists appearing this year are
Ellen Faull, soprano; Lillian
Chookasian, contralto; Howard.
Jarratt, tenor and Donald Gramm,
bass.
Mary McCall Stubbins, organ-
ist, and the University Musical
Society Orchestra will accompany
the 330-voice University Choral
Union and soloists at both per-
formances.
The orchestra is assembled
from townspeople, students and
musicians from this area. Con-
ductor Lester McCoy has combined
all these musical forces into a
group whose performances are
recognized far and wide as out-
standing.
Miss Faull, leading lady of the
New York City Opera Company,
has appeared with orchestras and
in solo recitals throughout the
country. This will be her first
Ann Arbor appearance.
Miss Chookasian, established as
a concert singer and oratorio per-
former, has become known na-
tionallycfor her singing in ora-
torios, concerts, radio and with
orchestras.
Jarratt, new to Ann Arbor audi-
ences, has sung in many perform-
ances of "The Messiah." He has
performed in this country and
Canada and has done much work
in opera.
Gramm has been soloist with
many leading symphony orches-
tras and has often appeared in TV
operas. He is at present leading
bass baritone with the New York
City Opera Company.

Womens Service Shortage
Due to PublicMisconception
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--Daily-Chuck Kelsey

Despite the inducements of good
pay, travel opportunities and exe-
cutive training, college women
show a noticeable lack of interest
in the WAVE and WAC training
program.
Part of this apathy toward
careers in the armed service is
caused by recruitment problems.
"It is difficult for recruiters to
contact college women in groups,"
Mary A. Fisher, grad, former
WAVE officer said.
"Under the present system the
only way to receive information
about the program is by contact-
ing the Bureau of Appointments,"
she added. "People don't bother
to do this unless they are already
interested in joining."
Popular misconceptions and
misleading information influence
women against joining the armed
services. Potential recruits are
sometimes discouraged by fathers
and brothers who haven't had any
contact with WACS or WAVES
but merely resent them for enter-
ing traditional male territory.
No Special Types
Women sometimes feel that only
the athletic type join the armed
services. However these notions
are corrected during the basic
training program..
Miss Fisher commented that
"men in the armed services have
the highest respect for women in
service." An Army veteran re-
marked that WACS did specific
tasks very well and were com-
petent.\
"Some people believe that
WAVES just carry guns and march
but this isn't true," Miss Fisher
said. "Commissioned officers do
administrative work. This execu-
tive training which officers re-
ceive is one of the most outstand-
ing benefits of the service," she
added. This training is useful in
civilian life because most employ-
ers are eager to hire women with
service experience.
Beneficial for Career
Joining the armed services is

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ALBERT WARNHOFF
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Bringing him a greater pleasure,
however, are the letters Warnhoff
has received from children in Hol-
land, Japan, Italy and' Canada,
addressed to him as "Santa Claus."
Warnhoff is "just as busy as
usual" preparing for his Santa
Claus trips throughout the state
to children's homes and hospitals.
Feeling for his benevolent efforts
has spread to other residents in
Ann Arbor who would like to help
Warnhoff continue and expand

his project further. The Kiwanis
club plans to open a centrally lo-
cated "workshop" for residents to
assist "Santa's helper" by next
year.
However, Warnhoff won't be
waiting by idly. He'll probably be
back in his workshop right after
Christmas Day, getting toys ready
for next year.
"After all," Warnhoff said smil-
ing, "the main thing is to keep
children happy."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Detroit Controls Corp., Detroit, Mich.,
(research division Redwood City, Calif.)
-for Detroit: B.S. in Aero, Elect. &
Material E.; M.S. in Instru.; and B.S.
and M.S. in Ind., Mech., Metal., and
Eng. Mech. for Devel., Design, Prod.,
and Sales-for Calif.: all levels Aero.,
Chem. E., Elect., Instru., Mech., Eng.
Mech., Metal., Nuclear and Physics, for
Research, Devel., and Design. U.S.
citizens.
John Hopkins University, Applied
Physics Lab., Silver Springs, Maryland-
All levels in Aero., Elect., Instru., Math.,
Chem., and Physics; M.S. and PhD in
Mech. & Engrg. Mech.; and PhD in
Ind. for Research, Devel., and Design.
U.S. citizens.,
Wayne Pump Company, Ft. Wayne,
Ind.-all levels in Instru. and Mech. E.,
$.S. and M.S. in Engrg. Mech. for Devel.,
and Design.

M.S. in Aero., Civil, Const., Elect., Ind.,
Material, Mech., Metal., Chem. E., Eng.
Mech., Math., Physics and Science for
Research, Devel., Design, and Prod.
Fri., Dec. 9#
Cities Service Research and Develop-
ment Co., Tulsa, Okla.-all levels in
Elect., Instru., Mech., Mvetal., Nuclear,
Chem E., Math., Physics, and Science,
Chemistry, Geology, and Geophysics for
Research, Devel., and Oil Exploration
Research.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg., Ext.
2182.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Wed., Nov. 30:
Ford Motor Co., Mercury Div., Detroit,
Mich.-any field, men for Purchasing.
Thurs., Dec. 1:
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Kuhlman Electric Co., Bay City, Mich. for Stewardesses. Film shown at 4:00
all levels in Elect., B.S. in Chem. and m.on We Nov. 30, interviews held
Physics, B.S. and M.S. in Ind.and aplm.aonTWed.,Nv30ineiwshl
Mech. for Devel., and Design. Ethyl Corporation, New York-Men
Thurs., Dec. 8: in any field for New York Finance De-
Sinclair Research Lab., Inc., Harvey, partment. Accounting major not re-
Il.--all levels in Elect., Mech., Metal., quired.
Nuclear, Chem. E., Math. and Physics Wed., Nov. 30 and Fri., Dec. 2:
for Research and Devel. - U.S. Marine Corps, Officer Procure-
Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Ill.-all ment Div., representative will be avail-
levels in Mech. E. for Design. able to talk with Women interested in
..Crucible Steel Co. of America, Pitts., Officer Training Program.
Pa.-all levels in all E. except Aero for For appointments contact the Bureau
Research, Devel., Design, and Prod., of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Kawneer Co., Niles, Mich.-B.S. and Ext. 371.
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SCIENTISTS,
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MATHEMATICIANS
Important on-campus
interviews soon!
North American Missile and Control Departments
Representative Will Be Here Nov. 30, Dec. 1.
You'll learn first hand about the advantages
and opportunities in choosing a career with
future at North American. Here engineers
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Computers, Recorders
ROCKET PROPULSION
High Thrust Engines
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Structures
Thermal Barriers
Vibrations and Flutter
NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
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