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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, IR.UARY 24,1957'

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1957 PLATFORM:
Ann Arbor Democrats

Donald Hall
To Criticize

Attack City.I
The Ann Arbor Democratic
Party's 1957 platform accuses the
present city administration of "ob-
viously poorly-planned and inade-
quate leadership."
It calls for the establishment
of a human relations commission
to study discrimination in Ann
Arbor. The statement cited "race,
religion and national origin as
yardsticks for employment and
housing.".
The platform was adopted by
the local Democratic party at a
meeting Wednesday night. The
resolution was presented by Dean
W. Coston, of WUOM, to the
Democratic meeting.
A plank was adopted advocating
DAILY
OFFICIAL
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terviews will be held during the day at
the Bureau of Appointments.
Grosse Pointe, Michigan -- All Ele-
mentary; Elementary Music; Elemen-
tary Physical Education; Art/Music;
Business Education; English; Latin;
French; Spanish; Homemiaking; In-
dustrial Arts; Math; Boys Physical Ed-
ucation; Girls Physical, Education; So-
cial Studies; Science; Senior High
Reading Coordinator; School Psycholo-
gist; Speech Correction; Teacher of
Slow Learners (Elementary).
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration Build-
inig. No 3-1511, Ext. 489.
summer Placement:
Ken Smith, Camp Charlevoix, for
bays, Charlevoix, Mich., will interview
for various types of counselors in Room
100 of the Michigan Union, Tues., Feb.
26, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and all day
Wed., Feb. 27, from 9 a.m. to 4:45.
The following will interview camp
personnel in Room 30 of the Michigan
Union from W a.m. to 4:45 on Wed.,
Feb. 27:
The Rev. Bob Crosby, t he Detroit
Methodist Church; staff, for 8 camp
sites 'in' Michigan, including nurse,
maintenance staff, kitchen help, water-
front, naturalist, nature craft leader,
general counselors, and program direc-
tor.
Mr. and Mrs. Skolnick, Detroit Fresh,
Air Society, variety of counselors, resi-
dent camps as well as day camps.
Riseman Farm Camp, Mrs. Riseman,
Dryden, Mich., men for waterfront
dir., campcraft dir.; men and women
for cabin counselors; women for nurse.
The Herald Tribune Fresh P.ir Fund,
Larry Mickalie, several camps in New
York and eastern states for both han-
dicapped and, able-bodied campers.
Both general and specialty counselors
are needed.
Camp Nahelu, Ortonville, Mich., Stan
Michaels, general, waterfront, arts and
crafts, dramatics, male and female.
Mich, Dept. of Mental health, for
various hospitals, men and women for
summer work.

Leadership
studying the possibility of unifying
the fire and police departments
into a Department of Safety. Royal
Oak is presently usin g this system.
"'The long tenure of the Re-
publican mayor," the platform
said," has created more problems
than it has solved."
The platform pledged to work on
the housing problem in Ann Arbor.1
It said that the Democrats would
work to make it possible for every
citizen to "live decently in housing
he can afford."
The Democrats also said they
would work to develop a long
range capital improvements plan.
They cited problems caused by
years of inaction that must be at-
tended to, before moving ahead.

New

Poetry

Donald Hall will "Criticize the
Contemporary" by comparing the
poems of Robert Lowell andRich-
ard Wilbur in a lecture at 4:10
tomorrow in Auditorium B, Angell
Hall.
Hall, who studied at Harvard and
Oxford University, was the first
American 'poet to win Oxford's
Newbigate Award.
Hi volume of poems, "Exiles in
Marriage," was named the most
promising first book of 1955.
Hall has been editor of the Har-
vard Advocate and the Oxford Isis
and was poetry editor of the Paris
Review.
He held a fellowship at Stanford
University and is now a fellow at
Harvard.

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