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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ?2, 2959

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 195w

OLDEST CAMPUS HONORARY:
Quarterdeck Society Marks 50th Year

By TED FRIEDMAN

The dazzling complexity of 20th
Century technology is well illus-
trated by the profession of ship-
building.
Literally tons of blue-prints are
required to design a single .ocean
liner. Virtually every engineering
discipline is applied in the pro-
duction.
The University is one of the
three centers in the United States
for the training of ship designers.
The local honorary organization
for students of naval architecture
and marine engineering, the Quar-
terdeck Society, is celebrating its
50th anniversary this year.

architecture and marine engineer-
ing course. To enter, the student
must present a detailed paper on
some aspect of ship designing. This
tradition has a practical purpose
since the papers are often publish-
ed and sold.
"There are a lot of older stu-
dents in this department. We have
one graduate from Kingspoint and
another from Annapolis." One
present Quarterdecker, who was
previously, working with Boeing
Aircraft, is 49 years old.
"'Every semester our club makes
two trips to naval yards. It kind
of gives the guys an insight as to
what's going on in the industry,"

A rist Talks
At Exhibit
In this mechanized age, art and
love are the.two things people still
have to make for themselves, an
art educator said at the University
recently,
Robert Iglehart, chairman of
the Department of Art, spoke in
the Rackham Amphitheater on
"The Community as Artist." His
talk began a one-day art confer-
ence, a feature of the opening of
the second annual Michigan Ama-
teur Art Exhibition,
"These activities have a spe-
cial meaning because they remain
personal," he said.

Organization
Notices
IFC Rushing Committee, Rushing
Sign-up Dates, Registration for this
fall's fraternity rushing program will
be held from September 17hthrough
October 3. All prospective rushees must
sign up in the office of Bill Cross, As-#
sistant to the Dean of Men, 1020 Ad-j
ministration Building, 9-12 a.m. and
3-5 p.m.
Roger Williams Fellowship, Student
Class - Study of the books of the Old
Testament, 9:45 p.m., Guild House.
Roger Williams Fellowship-Students
who attended Baptist Student Move-
ment Conference will report to the
Roger Williams fellowship, 6:45, 9-23-56
Chapman room of church,
Michigan Crib Pre-Law Society, all
pre-law students - informative gath-
ering at Union Open House, Saturday
afternoon, September 22, 1956, Union,
Room 3L.
Unitarian Student Group, Talk by

By SUSAN KARTUS
.The journalism department is
augmenting its instructional pro-
gram to keep pace with the ever
increasing enrollment.
For the three month summer
period, seven journalism students
and a professor managed the en-
tire business and editorial depart-
ments of two weekly Michigan
newspapers.
This was the first major step

of the department toward estab-
lishing this service to weekly news-
papers throughout the state and

NEW SERVICES PROVIDED:
Journalism Instruction Grows, Expands

The first year isspent studying
on campus, the second in intern-
ship on a Michigan newspaper.

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nation. This year the university isplay-
Another of the universities edu- ing host to Wono Lee from Korea
cational advances has been the and Azar Ali Kahn of Pakistan.
department's success with foreign The former served as assistan .to
press fellows, the press secretary of Sygmon
This experiment consists of Rhe, while the latter was assist-
bringing established newspaper ant to the New York Times cor-
men to this country for two years. respondent in Pakistan.

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The ship designers' honorary is Kobus said. The art educator said, "In the Dr. Sheppard, prof. emeritus of Psy-
the oldest honorary on campus. But the members concentrate / last half century we have been
on shoolwork "Evn on Satr- {Psycolog, 7:00 p.m., September 23,
"This year we plan a big banquet on school-work. "Even on Satur- hearing from our sociologists and 1st unitarian church 1917 Washtenaw
commemorating the occassion," day night there are usually sev- philosophers that our culture is in Michigan Christian Fellowship, Speak.
Scott Kobus, '59E, Quarterdeck eral men up here," Kobus said, a bad way because it is so ma- er, Donald Brown, DDs, "Jesus Chri
arbaswadbecuseitaiisoma- r, onaliBrwnbDS,"JessdCrist-
president, said. "It will be held indicating the huge NA&ME class- terialistic. . But we ought to re- Teacher or Lord", 4:00 p.m. Lane Hall
Oct. 27 and will coincide with room. The room, which must allow -Daily-vern Soden member that the Greeks in their Student Religious Association, Foil
Homecoming. space for the'students to handle PRESIDENT KOBUS greatest period made the same 10ci:pmSessions wit be resumed, 7:30
The Quarterdeck Society oper- their gigantic blueprints, is filled bug bites fiercely complaint. We may be much tion room. Mr. and Mrs. McGhee wia
ates in conjunction with the naval with model hulls and vessels. greater than we suspect." give instructions, Beginners welcome
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4) taste and to .endeavor by all reasonable graduate credit) 171 School of Busi- will be possible later in the year for
means to ensure conformity with the ness Administration. men sufficiently advanced in tech- Placem ent Noices
rades for the semester or summer foregoing standards of conduct. The Opera, 7:00 p.m., 206 Burton nique by that time. Plans are also
rdh sm University students or student organ Tower.being made for weekly coeducational The following schools have listed va-
session ust completed shall not be re- izations are responsible for their guests' Registration for these classes may fencing. cancies on their teaching staffs fox
asd,)notranscript ow credits shall compliance with the standards of con- be made in Room 4501 of the Admin- Michigan Technic Tryout Meeting - the 1956-57 school year,
be issued, and (4) students owing such duct. istration Building on South State Monday, Sept. 24. 7:00, 3503 E. Engi- Ann Arbor, Michigan - Elementary
accounts shall not be allowed to regis- Any student-sponsored function at Street during University office hours neering. z Physical Education (boys), part time.
ter ins any subsequent semesteer or which conditions arise that are injuri- or in Room 164 of the School of Busi- Women Students - ports and Dance Junior High Physical Education, tem-
summer session until payment has been ous to the prestige of the University ness Administration, 6:30 to 9:30 the Instruction. Women students who have porary.
ae. Unth raia authorities may re- may be abolished. (Regents' Proceed- night of the class. completed the physical education re- Chelsea, Michigan -- High School
wue theo whdrawaho astdent ings, May, 1923.) On all Sundays during the current quirement may enroll in classes on Math, Science, Phys. Ed. or English
wod thoughsr oerght ths bee al-It is the joint responsibility of the academic year, beginning September Mon., Sept. 24 from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Lansing, Michigan - High Schoo
lwetio (regiter contrary t. thi. reu chaperons and the president of the or- 23, the General Library will be open Instruction is available in: Square English/Spanish
ganization sponsoring a social event from 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Service will be giv- and Social Dance, Modern Dance, Field
Amounts due for room and board in to see that University regulations are en in the Main Reading Room, the Hockey, Tennis, Swimming, Diving, Red Northville, Michigan--Nursery Schoo
Residence Halls shall be deemed ac observed, particularly those relating to Periodical Reading Room, and at the Cross Water Safety Instructors Course Fntally retarded).
counts due the University. (Regents' conduct, presence of women guests, Circulation Desk. In addition, the First For additional -information contact
Bylaws, Sec. 19.10.) and use of intoxicants. (Committee on Floor Study Hall, in which smoking is the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
Whenever in the opinion of the Dean Student Affairs, November 13, 1946.) permitted will be open, and reserved nistration Building, NO. 3-1511, Ext
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or rStudentx a case warrants it, like
action shall, be taken in the case of
nonpayment of rent properly charge-
able for living accommodations for the
semester in an approved rooming house.
Student loans which fall due during
any semester or summer session and
which are not paid or renewed. are
subject to this regulation, but loans
not yet due are not included. (Regents'
Bylaws, Sec. 8.06.)
Women's House Rules. General House
rules, which apply' to undergraduate
women students- or to graduate women
students who. live in undergraduate
houses may be found in House Rules
and Organization published by the
Women's Judiciary Council and avail-
able at the Undergraduate Office of
the Michigan League.
Responsibility for Maintaining Stan-
dards of Conduct. Student organiza-
tions are expected to take all reason-
able measures to promote among their
members conduct consistent with good.

Academic Notices
Correction in Time Schedule. Psych.
31, Lecture B will meet Mon. and Wed.
at 3:00 p.m. instead of 9:00 a.m.
Medical College Admission Test: Ap-
plication blanks for the October 30 ad-
ministration of the Medical College Ad-
mission Test are now available at 122
Rackham Building. Application blanks
are due in Princeton, N. J. not later
than Oct.' 16, 1956.
The Extension Service announces the
following classes to be held in Ann
Arbor beginning Monday, September
24:
Electric Welding, 7:00 p.m. 3313 East
Engineering Bldg.
Management-Union Relations.. 7:30
p.m. (Business Administration 143, two
hours of undergraduate credit) 170
School of Business Administration.
Principles of Accounting. 7:00 p.m.
(Accounting 11, four hours of under-

books regularly seived tnere will be
available.
Other Reading Rooms and Study
Halls in the building will be closed,
but books needed for Sunday use may
be transferred to the Periodical Read-
ing Room if the request is made on
Saturday.
Holders of stack permits will have
access to the stacks and may withdraw
books. Other users of the Library may
return and renew books at the Cir-
culation Desk.
Beginning September 30, the Social
Science Library will be open evenings,
7-10 p.m.
English 211K will meet Tuesday,
7:30-9:30 p.m., in 1006 Angell Hall.
All men interested in learning to
fence are invited to the Intramural
Building Boxing Room located in the
east end of the basement at 4:30 p.m.
Monday or Tuesday, September 24 or
25. Weapons and protective equipment
will be provided. Participation in vari-
ous individual and team competitions

Concerts. The University Musical So-
ciety announces the following concerts
for the University year:
Choral Union Series (10 numbers):
Season tickets: $17.00, $14.00, $122.00
and $10.00 - now on sale.
Extra, Concert Series (5 numbers):
Season tickets: $8.50, $7.00, $6.00 and
$5.00 -- now on sale.
Tickets for single concerts for both
series will go on sale beginning Mon-
day, September 24.
Messiah (Handel) - Two perform-
ances. Tickets will go on sale October
15 (50 cents and 75 cents.
Chamber Music Festival of three
concerts. Season tickets $3.50 and $2.50;
single concerts, $1.75 and $1.25.
1957 May Festival (6 concerts) Season
ticket orders accepted and filed in
sequence beginning as of December 1.
For. information or tickets address:
Charles A. Sink, President, University
Musical Society, Burton Memorial
Tower.

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