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PAGE EIGHT

THE MCMGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOM ML M, 1956

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1956

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Campus Chest
Combines C harities

MYTH EXPLODED:
Indians Outgun Cavalry

By JAMES BOW
A different approach to fund-
raising drives is featured in the
Campus Chest, organized last May
by the Student Government Coun-
cil.
Formerly, fund drives for such
programs as the World University
Service, Fresh Air Camp and Free
University of Berlin- exchange stu-
dent sponsorship were conducted
separately, the proceeds going
directly to the individual groups.
Similar to the Community Chest
programs in many cities, Campus
Chest was organized to sponsor
an overall fund-raising program,
selecting the groups to be repre-
sented and apportioning the pro-
ceeds to them.
Representatives from major
campus organizations, a member
of the faculty and a member of
the administration administer the
Campus Chest, which will handle
the profits from Michigras and
Spring Weekend, as well as the
proceeds from the fund-raising,
program.
This year's fund drive is sched-
uled to run from May 5 to 11,
and, according to Don MacLennan,
'58, chairman of the Campus
Chest; the drive has been organ-
ized to coincide with Spring Week-
end.

MacLennan described the or-
ganization of the drive, which will
feature teams in dormitories, fra-
ternities, and sororities collecting
funds directly from the residents
in addition to the fund buckets on
campus.
Special events to publicize the
drive will also be included. In the
Campus Chest program.
Participating organizations have
thus agreed to refrain from hold-
ing separate campus drives and to
direct their efforts toward the
overall drive in the spring.
Galens medical honorary, a
member of Campus Chest, has
scheduled its annual fund drive
for Dec. 7 and 8, and in order not,
to conflict with the Campus Chest
program, directed the drive to
cover the city of Ann Arbor ex-
cluding the University campus.
However, MacLennan explained,'
Galens had consulted its alumni
on the plan to exclude the campus
from the drive, and the organiza-
tion's final stand toward the Cam-
pus Chest policy will be brought
up in the SGC meeting tonight.
Other officers of Campus Chest
are Rod Comstock, '57E, vice-
chairman; Lynn Starrett, '57, sec-
retary; and Bill Hanks, '58BAd,
chairman of the spring drive.

NEW YORK (A)-One by onev
the myths about the old Wild
West are being exploded.
It has been shown pretty con-
vincingly, for example, that the
ordinary oldtime cowboy, far from
being deadly in a gun fight,, was
usually lucky if he could hit the
side of a wall in a saloon brawl.
Most revolver fights between
cowboys shed more ammunition
than blood. .
But one belief the western fic-
tion fan has stubbornly clung to-
that the average Indian was a
lousy shot compared to the aver-
age U.S. Cavalry trooper.
Alas, it turns out this is a fable,
too. It seems that, gun for gun.
the noble Redskin of the plains
was usually more than a match
for his blue-clad soldier foe. And
if there had been more Indians
with more guns we might all be
speaking Sioux today and living
in low-cost tepee projects instead
of mortgaged homes.
Proof that the Indian was no
slouch' as a marksman-when he
could get a rifle-is given in the
current issue of "Guns" magazine
by Stanley Vestal, a University of
Oklahoma professor and noted
western authority.

and kill a wolf, also on the run,
while it is a rare thing that our
troops can hit an Indian on horse-
back, though the soldier may be
on his feet at the time."
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Academic Notices
Engineering Seniors and Graduate
Students: Free copies of the "Engineers'
Job Directory", a new "guide to engi-
neering and scientific positions", are
available to engineering seniors and
graduate students at the Engineering
Placement Office, Room 347, W. Engi..
neering Building. Copies available on
order to underclassmen and others at
$5.00 each.
School of Business Administration:.
Students from other Schools and Col-
leges intending to apply for admission
for the spring semester, 1957, should
secure application forms in Room 150,
School of Business Administration, and
return as soon as possible.
Sociology Colloquium: Prof. Peter
Rossi, University of Chicago, will talk
on "The Politics of Non-Partisan Elec-
tions." Michigan League, Ann Arbor
Room, Wed., Nov. 28, 4:15 p.m.

All Mechanical & Industrial Engi-
neering Students: Please determine
your faculty advisor from lists posted
at the M.E. & I.E. offices and make
counselling appointments immediately
for any available time before Fri., Dec.
21. Instructions for counselling are be-
ing distributed and are also posted.
Additional copies are available from
your advisor.
Political Science Roundtable: second
meeting Thurs., Nov. 29, at 8:00 p.m. in
the Rackham Assembly Hall. Prof. War-
ren Miller will speak on "The Roles of
Presidential Campaigns, 1952-1956".
Open to the public.
Solid State Physics and Chemistry
Seminar. Thurs., Nov. 29, 4:00 p.m.
(Refreshments at 3:30 p.m.), Briefing
Room, Building 41 Willow Run Lab-
oratory, Ypsilanti, Michigan. George
Makhov of Willow Run Laboratory will
speak on "Novel Detection of Contact
Potentials".
Botanical Seminar. Warren P. Stouta-
mire, Cranbrook Institute of Science,
will speak on "Gaillardia Pulchella: Its
Morphological and Cytological Varia-
tion." Thurs., Nov. 29, 4:15 p.m., 1139
Natural Science. Refreshments at 4:00.
401 Interdisciplinary seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science, Room 3401, Mason Hall, 3:00-
4:30 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 29. Fred Strodt-
beck, "Settlement .vs. Jury Trial:. A
Response to Variability."
Chemistry Department Orientation
Seminar. Thurs., Nov. 29, 7:00 p.m.,
Room 1300 Chemistry Building. Dr.
W. W. Meinke and Dr. J. Warnell will
be the speakers.
Physical-Analytical-Inorganic Chem-
istry Seminar.. Thurs., Nov. 29, 8:00
p.m., Room 3005 Chemistry Building.
Dr. Tudor Thomas of Linde Air Prod-
ucts Research Laboratory will speak on
"Molecular Sieves".
Organic Chemistry Seminar. Thurs.,
Nov. 29, 8:00 p.m., Room 1300 Chem-

istry Building. Jacob Baumann will
speak on "The Birch Reduction". Rob-
ert Gilman will speak on "Pyrolysis of
Aryl Glycolic Acids".
Doctoral Examination for George Ar-
thur Hyry, Education; thesis; "Factors
Associated With Participation by Men
in Campus Activities in a Midwestern
College", Wed., Nov. 28, 4019 University
High School, at 10:00 a.m. Chairman
D. K. Byrn.
Doctoral Examination ' for Charles
Hayden Hewitt, Mineralogy; thesis;
"Geology and Mineral Deposits of theI
Northern Big Burro Mountains-Redrock
Area, Grant County, New Mexico",
Thurs., Nov. 29, 4083 Natural Science
Building, at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, E.W.
Heinrich.
Placement Notices
The following schools have eacan-
cies on their teaching staffs for Feb-
ruary, 1957.
Algonac, Michigan - Elementary
(2nd grade, 6th grade).
Garden City, Michigan - Elemen-
tary (3rd grade, 1st grade, Kindergar-
ten); Speech Correction; Junior High
Girl's Physical Education; Junior High
Art/Social Studies; Junior High Music/
English.
Jackson, Mississippi (Mississippi So-
ciety for Crippled Children & Adults)-
Speech Therapist.
Muskegon, Michigan - Elementary
(Kindergarten, 2nd grade, 5th or 6th
grade); Speech Correction; High School
Speech/Debate.
Plainfield, New Jersey (Watchung
Hills Regional High School) - English;
Social Studies; Mathematics; Science;
Latin/French/Spanish/German; Indus-
trial Arts; Business Education; Home-
making; Fine Arts; Music; Physical Ed-
ucation.
Portland, Connecticut - All Elemen-
tary Grades; Elementary Physical Ed-
ucation; Junior High Science/Math;
Junior High English; Senior High In-
dustrial Arts; Senior High Physics/
Math; Senior High Chemistry/Math;
Senior High Home Economics.

Rockford, Illinois - 1st grade; Junior
High Geography/English/Dramatics; Se-
nior High English; Senior High Eng-
lish/Literature/Composition; S e n i o r
High Chemistry; Speech Correction;
Mentally Handicapped.
St. Clair Shores, Michigan (Lakeviewa
Schools) - let grade; 5th grade; Art;
Junior High English.
Southborough, Massachusetts (St.
Mark's School) - Latin.
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:
Mon. Dec. 3
Institute for Air Weapons Research,
Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.-men
and women with degree in Mathematics
for Operations Research-Scientific Eval-
uation in the Museum of Science and
Industry.
Tues., Dec. 4
Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Detroit,
Mich. - women with any degrees to
work as Service Representatives or in
and Personnel, Management, Writing,
Research Technical Problems, Teach-
ing. Positions are in Michigan or any-
where in U.S. where Bell Systems are
located.
Continental Casualty Co., Chicago,
Ill, - men and women with B.A., B.S.,
M.A. or M.S. in Math., Finance, Acctg.,
Management, History, Advertising, or
Law for Claims, Legal Work, Acctg.,
Underwriting, Sales Dept. (not direct
sales), Actuarial, Investment, 'Sys-
tems & Procedures.
U.S. Air Force, Chanute Air Force
Base, Illinois - women with any de-
grees for WAF Oficer Training. WAF
officers are assigned to bases in U.S.
and overseas in the fields of Admin-
istration, Personnel, Intelligence, Edu-
Aircraft Traffic, etc. Opprotunities for
direct commission as a WAF.
Interstate Dept. Stores, Inc., New
York, N.Y. - work located in stores
in the Midwest. Men interested in Re-
tail Merchandising, with any degree for
Training - to lead to Department

Head and eventually Store Management
positions. Feb. grads. only.
Wed., Dec. 5
Burroughs Corp., Detroit, Mich. -
work anywhere in U.S. or Canada -
men with any degree and an interest
in the. specialty or technical selling
profession for Sales.
Thurs., Dec. 6
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., work
in any one of 38 locations throughout
the U.S. - men with any degree for
Field Representative Training. This is
a salaried sales position affording op-
portunity for advancement to Sales
Manager positions.
U.S. Rubber Co., work throughout
U.S. - men with degrees in LS&A,
B.BA. or M.B.A. for Manufacturing
Production, Supervision and Control,
Industrial Engrg., Industrial Rel.,
Manufacturing Production, Supervision
and Control, Industrial Engrg., Indus-
trial Rel., Purchasing and Central
Labs, Sales and Administration, Dis-
tribution, Dealer and Industrial Sales.
For appointments contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 371.
Personnel Requests:
Mich. State Civil Service announces
exam for Mental Health Education
Consultant III. Requires three years of
experience in Educ., Soc. Work, Nursing
or Psych., including one year of Men-
tal Health Case Work. Applications
must be in by Dec. 12, 1956.
Detroit Civil Service Announces that
jobs are open for students who are
residents of Detroit, spraying elm trees
for Dutch Elm disease. The jobs com-
mence in June as soon as school is
out. It is advised that applications be
picked up over the Christmas vacation.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments.
Career Conference During Vacation.
The First National Bank of Chicago,
Illinois, would like to extend an invi-
tation to senior men and women and
to anyone else interested in any phase
of bank operation to visit the bank
during Christmas vacation. Anyone in-
terested is requested to contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments.

He quotes a report
tary of war made by
Crook in 1876:
"I have seen our
dians, riding at full

to the secre-
Gen. George
friendly In-
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