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TH MICNIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Z'. 1957

PAGE SIX TUE MWUUCAN DAH 'V FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22,1957

Speech Department Announces Playbill;
Includes 'Cavalier Rusticana, The Fair

PHENOMENAL DEVELOPMENT:.
Atomic Age Promises Bright Future

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By ALLAN STILLWAGON
he directed by visiting Prof. James
Opera, Shakespeare, student - Brock of the speech department.
riting and, for the first time, Final Production
>reign films are highlights of the Final theater production of the
957 speech department Spring Spring season will be a trio of
laybill. single acts from classic dramas
First on the schedule is the May 17 and 18.
ouble-offering of Masagnis' opera Showings of the motion pictures
2avalleria Rusticana" and Mous- will all be at 8 p.m. in Architecture
)rgsky's "The Fair," which will be Auditorium.
resented with the music school "Miss Julie" will be presented
larch 6-9 at Lydia Mendelssohn. March 19 and 20, and "Spectre of
Prof. Josef Blatt of the School the Rose," April 30 and May 1.
f Music is providing English "The Red Inn," is scheduled for
anslations, and stage direction is May 7 and 8.
y Prof. Hugh Z. Norton of the Because of the necessity of a1
peech department. limited audience for the showing'

Student Plays
Two student plays follow:."ThePo
Burning Ground," a 1955 Hopwood l To S . ' '
award winner by Ronald Sproat
'55, and "M an in Armour" by Ar- 'O f B e ,J . r d.P o .T c - g n
Bender of the speech department E
will direct the pair 'March 28-30
at the Lydia Mendelssohn. (Continued from Page 1)
Both plays were written while
the students were enrolled in Prof. United States wants to act through
Kenneth Rowe's playwriting class. t
Shakespeare's "Richard III" is the United Nations, but withdrawal
scheduled for April 25-27, and will of Israeli troops can't wait.
--"However, Nasser could make
difficulties later on, so Israel
Jurors Needed should have his guarantees now."
The United States may be able
Volunteers are needed to serve to put pressure on Egypt to settle
as jurors for practice trials to be the Arab Israeli dispute when the
conducted by the Law School. canal is reopened, Hughes com-
Interested persons may call mented.'
Peter Hay at NO 2-4591 for fur- "But it's clear Nasser is playing
ther information. his cards well by keeping his

of the films, only season ticket
patrons will be admitted to the
motion picture presentation, ac-
cording to Bruce Nary, play pro-
duction business manager.
Season Tickets
Season tickets for the Spring
playbill will go on sale at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater box office
Feb. 25, acording to Nary. The
complete series ticket is priced
at $4.00, while individual per-
formance tickets will total $6.50, if
purchased separately.
Tickets for single performances
will not be available until Monday,
March 4.
r Cites Duty
Middle East
mouth shut. It's all he needs to'
do-he can demand any ransom
he likes."
President Eisenhower is prob-
ably right in saying the only last-
ing settlement to the dispute will
be one imposed from the outside,
Hughes noted.
"It's doubtful whether Egypt
wants to start the war again," he
concluded, "but, on the other'
hand, I don't think the UN is pre-
pared to produce the kind of mili-
tary power capable of forcing the
Israelis to go back."

SCALE MODEL TANKS--Shown are scale model tanks to be
displayed at the Ann Arbor Reserve Training Center. Various full-
size combat weapons will be shown in the open house being held
today and tomorrow.
At omic Shell Firing Cannon
Displayed by Reserve Unit

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the seV-s
enth in a series of articles concern-
ing the atom, atomic energy, its util-
ization anid the important scientists
who contributed to the advancement
of the Atomic Age.)
By GERALD LUNDY
Today's young Atomic Age
holds phenomenal promise for
technical and scientific develop-
ment.
Already man has found or in-
vented many uses for the atom
that have been astonishing. Ad-
vancements have rapidly followed
on the heels of one another.
Recall for a moment Roentgen's
experiments with the electron
tube and the subsequent discov-
ery of the mysterious X-rays.
Lead To TV Tube
Who could have guessed that
this early research would lead to
the invention of the television
tube -- overgrown cousin of the
first electron tube.
Also, Roentgen's discovery of
X-rays was to lead to their use
in the medical profession, for ob-
serving the internal functionings
of living organisms.
As a result of man's conquest
of the atom, no longer are risky
exploratory operations necessary
to find what one is up against.
See Inside Machines
X-rays can be used also to ex-
amine the internal functions of
machinery as they are in opera-
tion making the job of detecting
malfunctions easier and more ef-
ficient.
Radiation, coming indirectly
from Roentgen's work, has proven
to be his servant although first
viewed with horror.
Radioactive isotopes are used in
such machines as theratrons in
radio-therapy. This machine is
used in the treatment of cancer-
ous growth and in many cases it
destroys such diseased tissue.
Used Biologically
Then too, the radioisotope -
born of the nuclear reactor -
plays a grand role in the better-
ment of the lot of man.
Since this is radioactive its
presence can be detected easily
with a geiger counter.
Therefore "a radioisotope can
be traced through a complicated

GENTLEMEN!
Do you wont your shirts ironed free?
Bring them to the Delta Phi Epsilon actives.
1811 Woshtenow,

chemical reaction or an involved
biological cycle revealing things
not evident .in X-ray studies."
Radioisotopes can be used as
"tracers" in botanical studies,
physiology, bacteriology, physics
and many otler sciences.
Can Trace Blood
For example, with the use of
these radioactive substances one
can trace the course of the blood
through arteries, veins and the
heart.
These are just a few of the
many uses to which man has put

the atom since the advcnt of the
Atomic Age. But there are so
many more that the few men-
tioned above do not begin to
touch upon the numerous achiev-
ments which are the results of
the work of past and present re-
searchers.
And still research on the use
of the atom continues - men in
leading universities and labora-
tories throughout the country are
seeking new ways to use the atom
to promote the health and wel-
fare of the world.

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Friday, February 22-3-5

P.M.

An atomic shell firing cannon,
tanks, bridges, prototype scale
models and a variety of combat
weapons will be exhibited at the
Ann Arbor Reserve Training cen-
ter open house.
It is being held from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. today and 3:00 to 9:30
p.m. tomorrow and Will be the first

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open,. house at the local reserve
center, 525 South Main, according
to Major Thomas Krenitsky, Re-
serve advisor.
Purpose of the two-day display
is to acquaint the public with the
role played by the Army reserve in
national defense.
Examine Equipment
Visitors will have an opportunity
to examine the material and
equipment, and observe reserve
training procedures.
The Ann Arbor Army Reserve
groups now contain 383 men, in-
cluding 141 officers and 242 en-
listed men. Approximately half of
the roster is comprised of Univer-
sity students.
Eighteen Different Units
The men meet once, and occa-
sionally twice weekly at the cen-
ter. A total of 18 different units'
are located there, including a
Judge Advocate General school
and a military intelligence school.
Each unit undergoes a different
type of training, which includes
two weeks of active duty at a sum-
mer encampment.

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inviting Ski Enthusiasts to
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Only 20 miles from Ann Arbor
Follow route 92 north of Chelsea, turn right on Werkner, continue
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ceive the master's degree in June, 1957.
must file a diploma application with
the Recorder of the Graduate School by
Fri., March 1. A student will not be
recommended for a degree unless he
has filed formal application in the
office of the Graduate School.
College of Engineering announces
the Wunsch Foundation Material
Handling Essay Contest--first prize
$300; second, $75; third. $25. All manu-
scripts due May 2, 1957. Contact Prof.
Q. C. Vines for further details.
Philosophy 31 Make-up Final Sat.,
Feb. 23 9 a.m. to 12 noon in 429 Mason
Hall.
Events Today
BOB MARSHALL, Ann Arbor em-
ployer, will be at the Coffee Hour of
the Office of Religious Affairs, Fri.,
Feb. 22, 4:15-5:30 p.m., Lane Hall, to
discuss the topic. 'Dealing with the
Ulnmovable in Race Relations."
PlacementLNotices
The following schools have listed va-
cancies on their teaching staffs with
the Bureau of Appointments for Sept.,
1957. They will not be here to inter-
view at this time.
Arlington Heights, Illinois - All Ele-
mentary; Librarian; Visiting Counse-
lor; Speech Correction; , Vocal Music
Teacher; Junior High Boys Physical
Education; Language Arts/Social Stu-
dies; Home Econ/Girls Physical Educa-
tion; Language Arts/Social Studies/
Math; Foreign Language/Math; Vocal
Music.
Adrian, Michigan - Band. Director.
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (City &
Country School for Gifted Children)-
Elementary (K-8).
Cement City, Michigan - Commercial;I
Science; Math.!
Chicago, Illinois (The Latin School)
-Elementary; Elementary Music; Part
time Teacher/Psychologist; Science/
Math; English/Social Studies; French;
French/Spanish.
Euclid, Ohio -- All Elementary; Ju-
nior High Home Economics; Science/
Math; English; Reading; English/Social
Studies; Senior High English; Social
Studies, Business Education; Math
Home Arts/Biol; Industrial Arts; Ger-
man/English; Science.
Grossmont, California -- Librarian;
Journalism/English; E n g 1is h/Social!
Studies; English/Drama; English/Re-
medial Reading; English; Spanish/
French; Spanish; Social Studies/Asst.
Coaching; Math/Asst. Coaching; Physi-
cal Science/Math; Director of Orches-

tra; Girls Physical Education; Military
Science Driver Ed./Asst. Coaching;
Electricity/Radio; Auto Shop; Business!
Education; Art/Crafts.
Highwood, Illinois -- All Elementary;
7th & 8th Reading; Math; Physical Ed-
izcation.
La Grange, Illinois - Elementary;
Home Arts/Girls Physical Education;
Vocal Music (Elementary); 7th & 8th
Language Arts/Social Studies; Math.
Marinette, Wisconsin -- English/
spanish/Class Play; English/Speech/
Class Play; Art Supervisor; Junior
High English; All Elementary.
Milburn, New Jersey - English/So-
cial Studies; Home Economics/Crafts-or
Fine Arts.
Mount Prospect, Illinois - All Ele-
mentary; Vocal Music; Speech Correc-
tion; Educable Mentally Handicapped.
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 Engrg. School:
Mon., Feb. 25
Continental Oil Co., Houston, Texas-
all levels in Ch.E., Mech., Petroleum E.,
Physics, Chemistry, Metallurgy, B.S. or
M.S. in Elect., Ind., and Civil for De-
velopment, Research, Mfg., and Petro-
chemical Department.
Curtiss-Wright Corp., N.J. and Pa. -
all levels in Mech., Aero., Ceramic,
Metal., Math., Physics, Elect., Chemis-
try and Civil E. for Wright Aeronauti-
cal Div., Propeller Div., Research Div.,
Turbomotor Div. U.S. citizen.
Gen. Chem. Div. of Allied Chem. &
Dye Corp., New York; N.Y. - all levels
in Ch.E., Mech. or Chemistry for Sum-

mer and Regular Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Production and Sales.
Kaiser Aluminum & Chem. Corp.,
Oakland, Calif. -- all levels in Aero.,
CheE.., Civil, Construction, Elect., Ind.,
Instru., Mat'ls, Math., Mecl.,_ Engrg.
Mech., Metal., Physics and Science for
Research, Development, Design, Pro-
duction, Const., and Sales.
Mechanical Handling Systems, Inc.,
Detroit,, Mich. - B.S. or M.S. in Ind.
Mech. for Installation of Engrg. Con-
veyors and Materials Handling Sys-
tems, Design and Sales.
Olin Mathieson Chem. Corp., New
York, N.Y. - all levels in Ch.E., Elect.,
Ind., Mech., and Metal. majors in
Chemistry, Math and Physics as well
for Research, Devel., Design, and Pro-
duction.
Shell Oil Co., Various locations and
divisions -- some summer positions
available as well as regular positions.
White Sands Proving Ground, New
Mexico -- all levels in Civil, Elect.,
Math., Mech. or Physics. U.S. citizens.
Mon., Tues., Feb. 25 & 26
McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis,
Mo. - all levels in Aero., Ch.E., Civil,
Elect., Ind., Instr., Math (Applied),
Mech., Engrg. Mech. (Applied), Metal.,
Nucf'iar, and Physics for Research,
Devel., Design and Prod. U.S. citizens.
Gen. Elect.nCo., Schenectady, N.Y.-
B.S. or M.S. In any Engrg. Program for
Mfg., Technical Mktg., Engrg., Physics,
and Chem.-Met. Programs.
Ford Motor' Co. - all levels in all
programs.
Tues., Feb. 26
Air 'Products, Inc., Allentown, Pa. -J
all levels in Che.E., Const., Ind., Instr.,
Mech., and Physics for Summer and
Regular Research, Devel., Design, Pro-

duction, Construction, and Sales.
Collins Radio Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa
-all levels in Elect., Mech., Physics,
B.S. in Organic Chem. and PhD in Bio-
Chem. for Research Lab., all levels in
Aero., Elect., Mech., Physics, and Math.
for Mechanical Division.
Lycoming Div. of Avco Mfg. Corp.,
Stratford, Conn. -- all levels in Aero.,
Civil, Elect., Instr., Mat'ls'. Math.,
Mech., Engrg., Mech., Metal, Munici-
pal, Naval and Marine, Nuclear, Phy-
sics, SanitaryA and Science for Design.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W.E., ext. 2182.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
in
VENEZUELA
with
CREOLE PETROLEUM CORPORATION
An Affiliate of Standard Oil Co. (N.J.)
Representatives of Creole will be on the campus or
FRIDAY, MARCH 1
to interview unmarried graduates with majors in
PETROLEUM, CHEMICAL, MECHANICAL and
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
SEE YOUR PLACEMENT DI RECTOR
FOR INTERVIEW SCHEDULES

FO WLER'S
Delivered
By Ann Arbor
SPEEDY DELIVERY
With Warming Oven Equipped Truck
for 50c per order
DELIVERIES MADE EVERY HOUR
From 7:30P.M. to 11:30
Phone NO. 2-9442
FOWLER'S Coffee Shop4
We also CHICKEN - SHRIMP - SCALLOPS
deliver: STEAKS - CHOPS - SANDWICHES
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If you desire year around security, like beautiful sur-
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you really feel needed this may be your opportunity.
A liberal salary plus board and room, regular raises and
paid vacations, await right parties. For full information-
write or call Rev. Gordon C. Blossom, Director of Home
Life, Starr Commonwealth, Route No. 2, Albion, Michi-
gan. Those sending age and phone number will receive
earliest consideration.

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