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WEDNESDAY, NOVMMER 7,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,1956 THE MICHIGAN I)AILV PAGE SEVEN

Determined Voter

Ann Arbor Offers Outlet'
To Stimulate Art Sales
By SUSAN KARTUS
the public and private schools in

Gargoyle Set
For Release

Navy Officers Give Advice
To Students In Mason Hall

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The city of Ann Arbor is richer
than many of its citizens realize in
that creative cultural resource,
art.
Realizing that it is very neces-
sary for artists to have an outlet
for their works, practicing artists.
and interested patrons in the com-
munity have created the Ann.
Arbor Art Association.
The purpose of the organizationt
is to provide artists in all fields,
both amateur and professional,
with an opportunity to exhibit
their works and consequently stim-
ulate sales.
Prof. Alexander Pickens of the
College of Architecture and Design,I
currently in charge of the exhibi-,
tions, explained that the associa-
tion's membership includes every
type of artist, since all media,
from ceramics or furniture to
sculpture and painting are ex-
hibited.
The first exhibition of the year,
entitled "Octet," represented eight
Ann Arborites. Represented were
the professional who expects to
earn his living by selling his works
and the housewife who has found
in this avocation a new way of
expressing herself.
"Fifty cents to $50," the Christ-
mas exhibit, will include a wide
variety of hand made gifts and art
objects contributed by many Uni-
versity personnel and townspeople.
All works shown will be on salei
beginning Nov. 16 in the Rackham
Building.
In May, the Ann Arbor Art Asso-
ciation is planning a youth exhibit,
drawing the material from both

the area.
Prof. Pickens encourages anyone
interested in the art life of the'
community to become a member
of the association. "After all, he
concluded, there is no other place,
in the area to exhibit works."
Pep Rally, Dance
To Be Held Friday
A pep rally for Friday night pre-
ceding the Michigan-Illinois game
is being sponsored by the Michigan:
Union and the Wolverine Club.
The rally which is scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. will begin in front
of the Union . The marching band
will lead the way to Ferry Field
where the rally will be held.
An after-rally dance is being
planned. The dance is being held
at the Union Ballroom immediately
after the rally.
Panhel Ticket Sale'
Tickets for the 1956 Panhellenic
Association Ball are still avail-
able.
Nancy Thompson, 158, publicity
chairman, announced that the
tickets may be obtained from 1:30
to 5:30 p.m. through Friday at the
League.

The sensational "Plowboy" is- An added attraction in the
sue of Gargoyle will be sold wher- Mason Hall concourse is the pres-
ever crowds gather tomorrow. ence of uniformed naval officers,
This issue, a satire of popular who will answer questions and dis-
"Playboy", is claimed to be on a ested students.-
par with the famous "New York- According to Lieutenant W. W.
er" par'ody published in 1953. Malsen, professor of Naval Science,
According to Art Editor Robert representatives of the Navy's Offi-
Maitland, the Garg sales booth, cer Procurement program will be
which is usually seen in front of stationed in Mason Hall through-
the library, has been extensively out this week.
remodeled, and now features sev- Officers for the U.S. Naval Air

Coeds have not been left out of
this seemingly all male military
picture. A lieutenant in the WAVE
division of the Navy is on hand to

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talk with interested women about
this two year program, which in-
cludes eight weeks of indoctrina-
tion leading to an Ensign's com-
mission in the U.S. Naval Reserve.
Stowe To Letur

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eral gaudy paintings by David
Rohn, former art editor.
"Plowboy is full of objectionable
photographs, indecent ads, impro-
per stories, suggestive drawings
and misleading advice," said Jim
Dygert, contributing editor. "Also
Garg's first cover girl since 1938."
Price remains 25c, anyway,
though.

Station, Grosse Ile., are prepared Prof. Leland Stowe of the jour-
to discuss the Navy's two aviation nalism department will lecture on
officer programs with students. the background of the Russian
The first of these is the aviation conquest of Hungary, at 11 a.m.,
officer program open to male col- tomorrow, in Angell Hall's Audi-
lege graduates between 19 and 26 torium D.
years of age. The other program Prof. Stowe's regular Current
is for men who have completed two World Affairs class, which meets
years of college and are between at that time, will be open to inter-
the ages of 18 and 25. ested students.

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-Daily-Charles Curtiss
"NEITHER WIND NOR RAIN"-Yesterday's mid-afternoon rain
didn't stay voting intentions of Mrs. Ruth Back, 600 E. Washing-
ton. She was one of many Ann Arborites who ventured outside to
vote, despite the precipitation.I

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Symphony No. 102 in B-flat major,
Don Juan, Qp. 20 by Strauss, and Sym-
phony No. 51in E minor by Tschaikow-
sky. Open to the general public with-
out charge.
Academic Notices
Linguistics. Preliminary examination
in Linguistic Science Sat., Nov. 10, at
9:00 a.m. in Room 1611, Haven Hall.
Botanical Seminar. Prof. Robert Muir
State University of Iowa, will speak on
"Relationship of Chemical Constitution
and Growth Regulator Action" on Wed.
Nov. 7 at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1139, Nat-
ural Science Building. Refreshments
at 4:00 p.m.
Orientation Seminar. Thurs., Nov. 8;
7:00 p.m. Room 1300, Chempistry Build-
ing. Dr. R. B. Bernstein and Dr. J. O.
Halford will be the speakers.
Chemistry Department Colloquium.
Thurs.,.Nov. 8, 8:00 p.m., Room 1300,
Chemistry Building. Thomas Houser
will speak on "Kinetics of the Thermal
Decomposition of Pentachioroethane
and Pentachloroethane-d"; Walter Mey-
er will speak on "Further Work on
Pyrrolidinediones".
461 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science, Room 3401, Mason Hall, 3:00-
4:30 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 8. Anatol Rapo-
port, "The Quantification of Perform-
ance in a Logical Task with Uncer-
tainty."
Coming Events
Two Color Films produced by Audio-
Visual Canter will have first public
campus showing Thurs., Nov. 8 at
8:00 p.m. In Aud. A, Angell Hall. They
} are "A Decade of Achievement" andI
"Children With Cleft Palates". Second
showing at 9:00 p.m. if there is an over-
flow crowd at 8:00 p.m.
Placement Notices
..The following school will be at the
Bureau of Appointments, on Nov. 8 to,
interview for teachers.
East Detroit, Michigan - Junior HS
Vocal Music/Social Studies for Janu-
ary; Social Studies for January; Eng-

lish/Social Studies or some other minor
for February; School Psychologist for
February; Visiting Teacher for Febru-
ary.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO. 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Tues., Nov. 13 & Wed., Nov. 14
Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Detroit,
Mich. - men with degree, in any field
including Econ., BusAd., and LS&A for
Management Training. Mich. Bell pro-
vides telephone and otherhcommunica-
tions services within the state of
Michigan. It plans, constructs, and
maintains the facilities required, oper-
ates them, and is responsible for busi-
ness contacts wtih customers and the
general public.
Amer. Telephone & Telegraph, Long
Lines Dept., Cincinnati, Ohio - work
in New York City, Cincinnati, and
Kansas Cay, Kansas - men with de-
grees in BusAd., Econ., Humanities, and
other fields. A.T.&T. provides long
distance interstate and overseas tele-
phone and teletypewriter exchange ser-
vice. Long distance interstate line ser-
vice including telephone, telegraph,
telephotograph, radio, and television
program transmission.
Western Electric Co., Detroit - work
in East and Midwest States - men,
any degree in BusAd., Econ., Humani-
ties and other fields for Management
Training. Western Electric Co. oper-
ates Manufacturing, Purchasing, Dis-
tributing and Installing Telephone and
Teletype Equipment for the Bell Sys-
tem.
Wed., Nov. 14
The Kroger Co., Detroit - work in
Detroit, Midwest and South-men with
B.A., B.S., M.A., MBA, and LLB in
Marketing, Personnel, Accounting,
Transportation, Retailing, Advertising
for Management Training in Merchan-
dising, Warehouse and Transportation,
Acctg., Real Estate, Personnel, Advertis-
ing, and Sales Promotion.
Thurs., Nov. 15
J. L. Hudson Co., Detroit, Mich. -
men and women with degrees in LS&A
and Bus.Ad. for Executive Training to
develop executives at the Assist. Dept.
Head level.
Surface Combustion Corp., Toledo,
Ohio - men with B.A. in Econ. or Bus.
Ad. for Staff Assistant in Production
Control Dept.

Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis,
women with either typing or
hand for Secretarial positions.

Ind.-
short-

Thurs., Nov. 15 and Fri., Nov. 16

Fri., Nov. 16
The Texas Co., New York, N. Y. }
work in various areas-men with LS&A1
degrees for Sales, technically trained
men for industrial sales and general
sales, lubrication engineering, automo-
tive engineering, and various operating
positions.
General Electric Co., Schenectady,
N.Y. - men in LS&A and BusAd. for
Employee and Plant Community Rela-
tions Program.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
ext. 371.
Personnel Requests:
Leonard Refining Inc., Alma, Mich.,
is looking for a man with a B.B.A. and
Real Estate background to work in
the Real Estate Div. and eventually
head the department. The company is
also looking for Salesmen for Sales
Management Training.
Kansas State Civil Service announces
an examination for Local Health Offi-
cer I and II. Requires graduation from
a medical school and one year's intern-
ship and a valid Kansas Medical 11-
cense.
For information contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 371.

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proudly enriched with the
University of Michigan sea!.
Good-looking, skillfully and
beautifully crafted . . . and
in excellent taste. A lasting
gift she'll cherish from you.
Priced at $3.00 arnd
$3.50 plus tax
Buy at
FO LLETT'S
322 S. State

We've a grand
selection for you
priced fromt
22.95 to 39.95
Sizes from 7
Special sale group
at 10.00

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'Pan He!'
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Abave is exquisite
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BUFFALO:
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BOSTON:
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HARTFORD:
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FOR RESERVATIONS
write the Student Relations Repre-
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or call any Hilton-Statler Hotel for
immediate confirmation of out-of-
town reservations.

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR
ENGINEERS
Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Company, a medium
sized basic chemical producer in Pittsburgh, Penn-
sylvania, offers a variety of challenging opportunities
for graduate engineers in its Chemical Division ex-
pansion program.
CHEMICAL AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS-
For process development, project engineering, corro-

sion engineering, product research.
CHEMISTS-For process, physical, organic chemis-
try.

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To set up an interview appointment or to get further
information, please contact Mr. John G. Young,
College of Engineering. Company representatives
will be on campus Friday, November 9.

HOWIE SCHUMAN'S ORCHESTRA
Still has open dates for
NOVEMBER and DECEMBER
Book direct:
Howie Schuman
Whitmore Lake
Phone-Hickory 9-5982

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JUST RECEIVED
Corduroy Sport Coals
We now have a choice selection of these
serviceable sport coats. They are smartly
tailored and come in charcoal grey, tan,
rust and wine. Regulars and longs, 36-
44.
$17.95-$19.95
I ivy League Slacks

quaity cleaning
Individual thorough,;
expert attention FREE MINOR REPAIRS:
given to each garment * Trouser cuffs brushed
and tacked

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Polished Cottons
Corduroys.....
Wool Flannels ..

.......$ 6.95
. a. . . .$ 9.95
.. . # . $10.95

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