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x THMSDAY", NOVEMBER, 29, 1956

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BOSS NOT 'ABSENT MINDED':
Instructors' Secretaries Like Jobs
By ELAINE HUGHES
tion. But she called this a "na- minded group of people. Mrs.
Jobs of the departmental secre- tural phenomenon." Pierce said that the "dynamic and
taries are challenging and varied; Betty Bartsch of the history de- hectic research of professors gets
they include everything from partment termed her biggest prob-
mlem as the perennial student who wearing at times."
mothering the students to proc- asks. "I have to see my grand-
toring exams to fixing the radia'- mother every Friday afternoon- Skit Night
tors. can I have my section changed?"
Mrs. Mary Lou Pierce of the or "When are office hours?" as he There will be a mass meet-
psychology department summar- gazes at the list on the door. ing of representatives of all
ized secretaries attitudes by say- Although the secretaries are groups interested in partici-
ing' that the atmosphere is "re- happy with their jobs, they do see pacing in the Skit Night por-

YOU ALL COME-The central committee of JGP will hold a mass
meeting at 7 p.m. tonight in the League Ballroom for all Junior
coeds interested in working on the coming production.
Junior Coeds To Hold
Mass Meeting for Play

Attending Members
Will Divide into Units
To Work on Problems
By MARY BETH GODFROY
Don't look now but its camping
season again, that is, for members
of the Michigan Camping Asso--;
ciation.
Members of this group will bej
holding their first sectional meet-
ing of the'year from 9:30 a.m. toj
3 p.m. Saturday at the Union.
This will be the first time that
this group has met on the Michi-
gan campus.
After registration and a get-
acquainted period a role-playing
and staff-training session will be
held. This session was designed by
Dr. Gale Jensen, associate profes-
sor of Education.
To Form Units
All members attending will par-
ticipate in this role-playing unit.
They will be divided into groups
of seven each, with three such
groups constituting a typical
camp.
A typical camp situation and
problems will be presented to theI
group as a whole. Then each small
group of seven will act out the
problem trying to reach a decision
that will be appropriate and yet'
acceptable to every member.
Then the groups will join to-
gether in "threes" to form a
"camp" and to compare and dis-
cuss the solutions that each group
had formulated.
To Highlight Program
Sam Skolnick, MCA program
chairman, and Marie Hartwig,
acting president of MCA, guaran-
tee that this role-playing and staff
training session will be a high-
light of the program.
At 11:30 a.m. four discussion
groups will be held. Topics to be
considered include: standards,
staff training, salaries, and good
staff relations.
Members will pick the group
which interests them most and
which will get their points-of-
view aired.
Following the luncheon which
will be held at 12:30 p.m. the
election of MCA officers will take
place.
Will Summarize

-Daily-Harding Williams
FINAL PREPARATION--Don Rosenberg, who plays the role of
Harry Beaton, male lead of 'Brigadoon,' practices a sword dance
routine. MUSKET will present 'Brigadoon' which opens 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Michigan Theatre,
I ACROSS CAMPUS
CAREER CONFERENCE - A tion and answer periods will fol-
career conference for women will low the talks.
be sponsored from 2 to 5 p.m. *
Saturday at the Women's League. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
The conference is sponsored by -Alpha Epsilon Phi plays against
the three senior women's honor- 1 Alpha Gamma Delta and Sigma
ary societies, Senior Society, Mor- Kappa competes against Phi Mu
tar Board and Scroll, at 5:10 p.m. tonight. Alpha Delta
Speakers will talk on a wide Pi will play Zeta Tau Alpha and
variety of careers and special- Couzens II will compete against
ized professions. Informal ques- I Jordan I at 7:10 p.m. tonight.

No Absent Mindedness Here
The myth about absent-minded
poorly-adjusted professors is no
true according to their secretaries
Mrs. Pierce called her boss "ver
well adjusted and pleasant t
work for." Mrs. Anne Naymik,
collegiate-looking woman of th
psychology department, feels tha
professors are easy going and no
"production-oriented."
Effect Is Different
And what about the students
Mrs. Willodean Stalker of the so
cial psychology department state+
that she is "interested and ex
cited" about students' success. Mr.
Stalker added that students are,
bit troublesome during Registra

laxed and undemanding"
Many of the secretaries havea
college education and are puttin
husbands through school.
They are interested in the aca
demic world and attend man
University lectures.

Strains of "Juniors, come join
the JGP," will echo through the
League Ballroom at 7 p.m. tonight
as coeds gather for the first
Junior Girls Play mass meeting of
the year.
Molly Dwan, general chairman,
hopes that all members of the
Junior class will be on hand to
sign up for their favorite commit-
tees to work on the forthcoming
play.
Members of the central com-
mittee will present a short skit in
the form of an old-time movie to
demonstrate the functions and
activities of their various com-
mittees.
The central committee is oper-
ating on the theory that everyone
has some talent for backstage
work.
Will be Behind-the-scenes
One of the jobs open to coeds
consists of working on thestage
crew. Members will get a behind-
the-scenes view of the play, and
old clothes are the only require-
ment.
Members of the stunts commit-
tee will present their skits on the
diagonal and in the various hous-
ing units.
Meanwhile, members of the
posters committee will back this
publicity by painting and dis-
playing posters at important
places throughout the campus.
Designing, sewing and ironing
will be required of the costumes
crew as they prepare the outfits
for the production. Applying
grease paint will occupy the time
of the make-up committee.
Musical Talent Needed
Coeds who are interested in mu-
sic and can play a musical instru-
ment may sign up for the all-girl
'U' Faculty Panel
Set for Friday
Four University professors will
meet at 8 p.m. Friday in Aud. A
of Angell Hall to discuss "the
merits and liabilities of using vio-
lence as a path to peace."
Participating in the faculty
panel discussion will be Prof.
Kenneth E. Boulding of the econ-
omics department, Prof. Morris
Janowitz of the sociology depart-
ment, Prof. Anatol Rapoport of
the Mental Health Institute and
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the
history department.
Acting as moderator will be
Prof. Robert C. Angell of the so-
ciology department.
The discussion, which is being
co-sponsored by the Internationals
Students Association and Student
Government Council will deal
with the ethical and practical as-
pects of the use of violence in
world relations.
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orchestra which will play at each
performance. Junior women may
also sign up as ushers for the
various performances.
Chalking blackboards an the
classrooms is one of the jobs of
members on the campus publicity
committee. While members of the
general publicity committee will
coordinate the different types of
publicity.
The property and scenery com-
mittees will provide the backdrops
and necessary equipment for the
play. The sale of tickets on cam-
pus will be handled by members
of the tickets committee.
The programs committee will
solicit advertisements, plan the
format and write the copy for the
programs.
Plane Shares
For Europe
Now On Sale
A plane trip to Europe, being
jointly sponsored by the Union
and the Student Government
Council, will take off from the
New York airport Monday, June
24 and will make stops at London
and Amsterdam.
Chartered service is open to all
interested students and faculty
members of the University and
their immediate relatives.
Pro-rated shares are available
to those interested in the trip at
$300. This sum can be paid in
three installments, union officials
said.

a few disadvantages. Mrs. Naymik tion of Spring Weekend at 7
a complained that she had to do all p.m. tonight in Rm. 3S of the
g the office fix-up jobs because pro- Union.
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At 1:30 p.m. representatives of
the four discussion groups will re-
port back to the whole group with
a summary of what has taken{
place in their respective discus-
sions.
Bess Hyde, social director at
Eastern Michigan College, will
conduct a theory and practice
session in camp songleading at 2
p.m. Miss Hyde teaches courses
on this topic during the summer,
at the National Music Camp.
Miss Hartwig said that many
people believe good songleading
is becoming a lost art. However,
she remarked that Miss Hyde will
show why this statement need
not be true.

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