THE MCHIGAN .DAILY"
WEDNESDAY, OC'rOiEu 24,15
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Class of 1907 Graduate Aids 'U' Football
By RENE GNAM
F. J. Parker is a loyal alumnus.
Head of a Dayton, O., advertis-
ing firm, Parker graduated from
the literary school in 1907.
Since then he has taken an ac-
tive part in encouraging Dayton-
area high school youths to play
football for the University.
Brings Prospects Up
Parker works with Don Robin-
son, backfield coach, in bringing
GOOD RECORDS KEY TO MUSIC:
Berlin Conductor Has Busy Day
up prospects each spring.
And he's up on his reading.
Parker has been reading The
Daily since 1903.
"Back in 1903-07," Parker re-
ports, "there were about 4,500
students. Daily was tops in circu-
lation of college dailies at that
Taken Daily 53 Years
Comparitively, circulation for
spring, 1955, was 7,200, the highest
in the history of The Daily. Esti-
mated daily readership of The
Michigan Daily, however, is 20,000.
Parker has subscribed to The
Daily for 53 years "for news of
general growth of the University
Read It Religiously.
This semester's enrollment is
about 22,300, more than five times
that of Parker's college days.
As for The Daily, "I read it
religiously," Parker reports.
By DEBORA WEISSTEIN
Von Karajan Was late.
The all-important pre-concert
rehearsal was scheduled to begin
at 6 p.m. The musicians were in-
side Hill Auditorium, tuning up,
waiting for their conductor.
The concert manager, souvenir-
program seller, a stage manager
.and two Daily reporters stood near
the back entrance. At 6:15, the
concert manager grew uneasy. "Wo
ist Herr Van Karajan?" he mut-
tered several times.
'No Time Now'
Finally, at 6:30, a grey-hairedl
man in a trench coat ran up to
the back entrance, down the hal
and onto the stage, saying nothing
to those he had passed.
The concert manager turned to
the reporters, "There's no time for
an interview now. Come back in
a half-hour. Perhaps he will see
DAILY OFCA BLEI
chair, crossed his legs and folded
his hands in back of his head as
he remembered his career. "I was
conductor for seven years at Ulm,
Germany and then I spent seven
more at Aachen, where I was in
charge of the town's whole musical
life. Then I conducted in Berlin,
Vienna and La Scala. When
Feuchtwangler of the Berlin Phil-
harmonic died, I was named his
Heads To Meet'
Interfraternity Council will hold
a meeting for all fraternity social,
chairmen at 7:30 tonight, rm 3-B,
at the Union.
Assistant Dean of Men John
Bingley will explain University
Rules and Regulations to the
group. There will also be oppor-
tunity for questions.
He continued, sitting up straight
in the chair, "Now, I am not only
in charge of the Berlin Philhar-
monic but I am also directoraof
the Vienna State Opera and the
"I have no spare time," he said
happily. "My day begins at 6:30
in the morning and lasts until
midnight, When I am on tour, I
travel in the morning, rehearse in
the afternoon and perform in eve-
"At home, I rehearse in the
morning and afternoon, and per-
form in the evening."
Listen to Records
'T lave .to make recordings," he
declared suddenly. "I am not in-
terested in composing but I love
to make recordings. You know, I
have built up the London Philhar-
monic, which I conduct in most of
my recorded performances."
"I think that the best way for
young people to develop an appre-
ciation of fine music is by listening
to good records," he said.
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ing a Directory may purchase a copy at
a cost of $2.00.
Persons wishing to be tutors for Uni-
versity .students this year should con-
tact the student offices of the Michi-
gan Union NO-2-4431.
Selective Service Qualification Test
will be given on campus Thurs., Nov.
15, 1956. Students should apply in per-
son for the applications between 8:00
a.m. and 12:00 N, 1:00 p.m. and 5:00
p.m., Mon. through Fri., at the Local
Board No. 85, Room 212, Fritz Build-
ing, 103 East Liberty, Ann Arbor. The
deadline for securing the application
from Local Board No. 85 is 5:00 p.m.,
Oct. 30, 1956. They must be postmarked
not later than midnight, Oct. 30, 1956.
To be eligible to take the Selective
Service College Qualification Test, an
(1) Must be a Selective Service regis-.
trant who intends to request occupa-
tionjl deferment as a student;
(2) Must be satisfactorily pursuing a
full-time college course, undergradu-
ate or graduate, leading to a degree;
(3) Must not previously have taken
Michigan Union, Room R,S
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
October 24, 1956
Minutes of the previous meeting.
Officers' reports: President
Motion re study committee
Driving regulationa enforcement -
Campus Affairs: Early Registration
National and International: Air
Charter Study Committee
Cinema Guild 1
Activities:, November 9 Panhellenic
Association, Panthellenic Ball, 9-1,
Old Business: PUB motion
Members and Constituents time
NEXT MEETING OCTOBER 31, 1956
"The Best of Steinbeck" tonight at
8:30 in Hill Auditorium. Constance
Bennett, Todd Andrews, Frank Mc-
Hugh and Robert Strauss will star
in a "dramatic production of excerpts
from the best-known works of John
Steinbeck, the second attraction on.
the current Lecture Course. Tickets
are on sale today, 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. in
the Auditorium box office.
American Society of Public Adminis-
tration Social Seminar, M i c h i g a n
Charter, Wed., Oct. 24 at 8:00 p.m. in
the East Conference Room, Rackham.
Prof. Norton E. Long, acting director
of the Governmental Research Bureau
of Michigan State University, will dis-
cuss "Personnel Administration." The
second social seminar will be on Nov. 7.
To Instructors of Engineering Fresh-
Five-week grades for all Engineering
Freshmen are due in the Secretary's
Office, 263 West Engineering Building
on Mon., Oct. 29.
Physical Therapy Meeting, Thurs
Oct. 25, 7:15 p.m., Room 1142, Main
Building, University Hospital. Impor-
tantnmeeting for all juniors concen-
trating in Physical Therapy and ex-
pecting to apply for admission to the
professional program of the senior
401 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science. Room 3401, Mason hall, 3:00-
4:30 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 25. Gordon Peet-
erson (Univ. of Mich.) "Problems in
Orientation Seminar, Thurs., Oct. 25,
7:00 p.m. Room 1300, Chemistry Build-
ing. Dr. E. F. Westrum and Dr. P. A. S.
Smith will be the speakers.
Chemistry Department Colloquium.
Thurs., Oct. 25, 8:00 p.m., Room 1300,
Chemistry Ouilding. Dr. Andrew G.
DeRocco will speak on "The Intermole-
cular Potentials of Argon, Methane,
and Ethane." Jeanne Lagowski will
speak on "Synthesis of Tetracyclic B-
Doctoral Examination for Buddha
Varadarajulu Govindaraj Political Sci-
ence; thesis; "India's Approach to the
Problem of the Settlement of Disputes
in the United Nations", Thurs., Oct. 25,
East Council Room, Rackham Building,
at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, Philip B. Tay-
An Examination wil Tbe given for
teachers desiring positions in Buffalo,
New York for the 1956-57 school year.
Applications for this examination
MUST be filed with the superintendent
of schools on or before Oct. 29. Exami-
nations will be given in Buffalo on
Sat., Nov. 17, 1956. Applications may be
obtained from the Bureau of Appoint-
'ments, Teaching Division, 3528 Admin-
istration Bldg. Teachers are needed in
the following fields: Kindergarten
through Grade 8; Physically Handi-
capped; Remedial Reading; Mentally
Retarded; Remedial Speech; Indus-
trial Arts; Vocal Music; Instrumental
Music; Art; Homemaking; Physical Ed.
(Women); Library Science; Visiting
Teacher; Attendance Teacher; Guid-
ance Counselor; English; Math; Sci-
ence; Social Studies; Stenography &
Typewriting; Accounting; Retailing;
Vocational Subjects; Assistant Princi-
pal of Vocational School; Assistant
Principal of Elementary School; Su-
pervisors of Music, Social Studies, Art,
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
A representative from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., Oct. 31
United States Patent Office, Wash-
ington, D.C. - all levels in Aero., Ch.
E., Civil, Constr., Elect., Ind., Mech.
Eng. Mech,, Metal., Naval & Marine,
Nuclear, Physics and Science for Sum-
mer and Regular Examination of Pat-
ent Applications. U.S. citizen.
United States Gypsum Co., Chicago,
Ill. - all levels in Ch. E., Civil, Constr.,
Elect., Ind., Mat'is, Mech., Engrg.
Mech., Metal., and Science for Produc-'
tion, Quality Control, Research, Devel.
Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.,
New York City, N. Y. - Ph.D. in Ch.
E., Elect., Mech. Metal., and Nuclear
for Research, Devel., Technical Service
and Market Research.
Standard-Vacuum Oil Co., White
Plains, N. Y. - all levels in Ch. E.,
Elect., Ind., Mech., Engrg. Mech., Met-
al., and Naval & Marine. U.S. or Cana-
Standard Oil Co. (Ind.) Chicago, Ili.
-B. S. or M.S. in Ch. E., Civil, Con-
stru., Elect., Ind., Math., Mech., Eng.
Mech., Nuclear, Physics, and Science
for Coordination and Administrative
Work including Interpretive Analysis.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
School Placement Office, 347 W. E.,
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Mon., Oct. 29
Operations Evaluations Group, Mass.
Inst. of Tech., Div. of Defense Labs.,
Washington, D.C.-men with M.A., M.S.
or Ph.D. in Math. for Operations Re-
search. Its work is that of acting as
civilian scientific advisor to the Navy
in the efficient conduct of Naval oper-
ations of every kind, It is operated by
MIT under the Defense Dept., and
work is located in Washington; D.C.
and throughout the world. Also need
Chemists and Physicists - same degree
The Ohio Oil Co., Findlay, Ohio -
men for Training Program, primarily
in Sales, both Dealer Representatives
and ConsumermSalesmen. There are
also needs for men in Acctg., and only
12 hours of Accounting are required.
Work isin Ohio, Mich., Ill., Ind. & Ky.
Wed., Oct. 31
Detroit Civil Service Commission, De-
troit, Mich.-men and women with
B.S., M.S., B.A., or M.A., in Bus. Ad.,
English, Psych., Soc., Chem., Forestry
or anyone interested in Detroit Civil
Service for Administration, Acctg.,
Floriculture, and Social Work.
Thurs., Nov. 1I
Kraft Foods Co., Chicago, Ill. - men
in LS&A, Bus. Ad., Science and Archi-
tecture for Personnel, Purchasing,
Sales and Production in Chicago and
other principle cities.
Fri., Nov. 2
Cadillac Motor Car, Div of GM, De-
troit, Mich. - men with B.A. for Fi-
nancial' Training Program (need not
have an acctg. major, just an interest
in acctg.). Work will be in Cost Es-
timating - requiring some engineering
background as Ind'I Mgt., Cost Acctg.,
Factory Acctg., Payroll 'and General
For appointments and further in-
formationtcontact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., ext. 371.
The American Sugar Refining Co.,
New York, N. Y, needs people in the
following fields: Chem. E., for Unit
Process Work, Mech. E. for Installa-
tion and Maintenance of Processing
and Automatic Packing Equipment,
Instrument E. for S'election, Applica-
tion and Maintenance of Instruments,
Elect. E. for Installation and Mainte-
nance of Electrical Equipment, and
Liberal Arts and Bus. Ad., for Sales
and other branches of the company's
Armour Research Foundation, Chica-
go, Ill., has openings in Research and
Administration for Engrs., Chemists,
Mathematicians, Physicists, Cerami-
cists, and Bus. Ad., including Indus-
Hurley Hospital, Flint, Michigan, is
looking for a Registered Medical Rec-
ord Librarian. Requires 3 yrs, experi-
ence as Chief Med. Librarian in an ap-
proved hospital or 5 yrs. experience as
an Assist. Med. Record Librarian; or
2 yrs. of study in a college or recog-
nized school of nursing and of a
school for medical record librarians
and 1 yr. of experience.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 371.
". NEW YORK C"
loin the happy throng at
Special Student Rates
Enjoy Big Name Bands
NEW YORK CITY:
WASHINGTON, D. C.
write the Student Relations Repre-
sentative at the hotel of your choice
or call any Hilton-Statler Hotel for
immediate confirmation of out-of-
... Berlin Philharmonic conductor
you then. But only the girl. Herr
Von Karajan will only see the girl."
Von Karajan, born in Salzburg
48 years ago, confessed a half
hour later in his dressing room, "I
was playing the piano at four and
a half years. I gave my first public
recital before I was seven.
"One of my piano teachers said
that my conception of music was
too deep to merely content myself
with playing the piano. He advised
me to take up conducting."
The maestro reclined in an easy
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Just Arrived! New Shipment of
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WASHNGTON FISH MARKET,
208 East Washington
Creates the excotic rhythm
of the South Seas
MUSIC by Entertainment
Earl Pearson's Band by The PSURFS
Saturday, November 3
Members $2.00 Non-members $2.50
Tickets will be limited to 250
and are on Sale at Hillel
IN * Avionics * Inertial Systems
* Computers *'Missile Guidance
- Jet Engine Fuel Controls
WITH THE ELECTRONICS DIVISION OF.:::
Please contact your Placement Director
today to arrange for interviews with
General Motors recruiting representative
who will be on the campus
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THE PSURFS WILL SING DURING INTERMISSION
Saturdav Ort. 27-9.1 A.M .I-M R'liIIinu
will be heret
See your Placement officer
for time and place