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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN :DAILY

TUESDAY, MARC12, 196!

?a. sEIEITT aHE MICHIGAN DAIL

MANY-SIDED SYSTEM:
Libraries Expand With 'U'

By JANICE WILCZEWSKI
The greatness of a university
depends on many other things be-
sides size.
A comprehensive library sys-
tem is one of these important fac-
tors.
A university must have vast li-
brary collections and services of
sufficient quality and range to
support the programs of instruc-
tion and research undertaken by
the institution, Frederick H. Wag-
man, library director, explained.
The University has been fortun-
ate in having a faculty and ad-
ministration continually aware of
the need for adequate library fa-
cilities, according to Wagman.
The library has grown steadily
in size and scope, and, although
its facilities are still greatly sur-
passed by its needs, the present
expansion program will remedy
the overcrowded situation to a
large extent, Wagman said.
Largest division of the entire
library system, and the most wide-
ly used by students and faculty, is
the General Library and its
twenty-six departmental libraries
and study halls.
Special Materials
These divisional libraries in-
clude more complete specialized
research material than the general
Student Panel
To Discuss
Arab Unity
-Arab Unity Mythical or Real"
will be the topic ofha panel dis-
cussion sponsored by the Arab Club
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Rm.
3A of the Union.
Graduate students from the
United States, Great Britain, Paki-
stan and the Arab countries will
participate in the discussion. Ad-
mission is free.
The purpose of the discussion is
"to throw light on animportant
topic," according to Ibrahim Hazi-
mah, Grad, president of the Arab
Club. Hazimah will act as modera-
tor.
'Organization
otlces
University of Michigan Square Dance
Group, March 12, Square and couple
dances, Lane Hall, 7-10 p.m.
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Political Issues Club, March 12, mem-
bership meeting, 7:30 p.m., Student
Activities Bldg. Final plans for the se-
mester will be discussed.
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D e u t s c h exr verein, Kaffeestunde
Marh 13, 3:30-5:00 p.m., Union South
Cafe.
"e e".
Deutscher Verein, meeting, March 12,
7:30 p.m., Union Room 3G. Slides of
Nazi and present-day Germany.
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ULLR Ski Club, election of officers,
March 13, 7:30 pm., Union Room 3.
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Physics Club, meeting, March 13, 7:30
p.m., 2038 Randall. Speaker, Dr. P.V.C.
Hough, "The Problem of Nuclear
I rce."!
The Undergraduate Zoology Club,
Mach 13, 7:30 p.m., 3126 Nat. Sc. Bldg.
Prof. D. L. Nanney, "Comparative
Genetics of Cilates." Everyone wel-
come.
Chess Club, regular meeting, March
13, 7:30 p.m., Union.
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Mortarboard, display of silverware,
March 13, all day, League-Hussey
Room. Four minute interviews will be
held.

library permitting the main build-
ing more room for general re-
search topics and popular writings,
as well as extensive humanities
and social science collections.
Schools containing 1i b r a r i e s
within their own buildings are
architecture, business administra-
tion, dentistry and engineering--
which has three libraries, one con-
cerned only with transportation
and education, law, medicine, mu-
sic, public health.
Astronomy, government, chem-
istry, economics, fine arts, library
science, mathematics, natural sci-
ence, natural resources and phy-
sics have libraries where students
may study these special subjects.
More Libraries
Completing the list of divisional
libraries are the North Campus
Annex, the Phoenix Atomic Re-
search Library, the Museums Li-
brary, the Bureau of Government
Library and Angell Hall Study
Hall.
Angell Hall Study Hall, located
on the first floor, north end of
Angell, contains books for fresh-
men and sophomore courses in
history, English, journalism, geo-
graphy, and speech.
The textbook loan collection is
also located in the study hall.
The study halls, divisional 11-
braries, and reading rooms are
generally open every day of the
week, except Sunday. Some are
closed during mealtime and on
Friday and Saturday nights.
General Library is open from
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday thru
Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Satur-
day, and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sun-
day.
The main building has two study
halls, in the basement and on the
first floor. The basement study
hall reserves books from courses
below 200 in fields of political sci-
ence, philosophy and foreign lan-
guages.
First floor study hall reserves
books in sociology, fine arts and
anthropology. Books reserved in
study halls circulate for overnight
use only.
Open shelves of the main read-
ing room contain over 10,000 se-
lected reference books, including
encyclopedias, dictionaries, peri-
odical and newspaper indexes,
yearbooks, almanacs and census
material.
Found also in this room are
Congressional committee hearing
reports, a pamphlet file on the
University and current affairs, and
a collection of telephone director-

ies. These books and pamphlets
are for room use only.
Periodical Reading Room is a
browsing and study room con-
taining current issues of many
periodicals. Both American and
foreign daily newspapers are avail-
able.
The New York Times and the
Ann Arbor News are available here
on microfilm.
About 68,000 maps in varying
scales and projections can be
found in the Map Room. These
maps cover all areas of the world
and include general, city, topo-
graphic, geologic, political, eco-
nomic, and other specific subject
maps.
. Reference assistance, tracing
tables and work tables are pro-
vided here.
A little-known room in the li-
brary is the rare book room,
Completion of present main
building expansion and the Un-
dergrad Library will solve many of
the current problems, commented
Wagman.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
American Chemical Society Lecture.
8:15 p.m., Wed., March 13, Room 1300,
Chemistry Building. Prof. Malcolm
Dole, Northwestern University, will
speak on "Mechanism of Irradiation Ef-
fects in Polyethylene".
Films
Wednesday noon film for March 13
will be "Adventures of Chico, Part I",
the film. story of a Mexican boy who
makes friends with animals and birds.
12:30 p.m., Audio-Visual Education
Center Auditorium, 4051 Administra-
tion Building.
Concerts
Stanley Quartet Concert 8:30 p.m.
Tues., March 12, in the Rackham Lec-
ture Hall: Haydn's Quartet in D major,
Op. 76, No. 5, Quincy Porter's Quar-
tet No. 8 (Commissioned by the Uni-
versity pf Michigan and dedicated to
the Stanley Quartet), and Beethoven's
Quartet in C-sharp minor, Op. 131.
Open to the general public without
charge.
Academic Notices
Faculty, College of Literature, Science
and the Arts: The freshman five-week

progress reports will be due Wed.,
March 13, in the Faculty Counselors
Office for Freshmen and Sophomores,
1210 Angell Hall.
Professors Blood, Bordua, Janowitz,.I
and Miner will be hosts at an informal
coffee hour for undergraduate students
in Sociology courses in the Sociology
Lounge, 5611 Haven Hall, Tues., March
12, at 4:00 p.m.
Mathematics Club, Tues., March 12,
at 8:00 p.m. in the West Conference
Room, Rackham Building. Prof. J. J.
Blum will speak on "Diffusion in Con-
strained Enzyne Systems."
Operations Research Seminar: George
E. Kimball of Arthur D. Little, Inc.,
Cambridge, Mass., will lecture on "Me-
thods of Production Scheduling", on
Wed., March 13. Coffee hour at 3:30
in Room 243, West Engineering and
seminar in Room 229, West Engineer-
ing at 4:00 p.m. All faculty members
welcome.
ComingEvents
IRE Student Branch and Detroit
Section Joint Meeting, Fri., March 15,
at 8:00 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. T.G. Birdsall and W.P. Tanner
will speak on "Decision Theory -.
Mathematics, Electronics, and the Hu-
man Being." Preceding the meeting
there will be a dinner at the Michigan
League at 6:15 p.m. Those desiring to
attend the dinner please inform Miss
Neyer, 2501 East Engr., By noon Thurs.,
March 14.
Placement Notices
The following schools have listed va-
cancies on their teaching staffs with
the Bureau of Appointments for the
1957-58 school year. They will not be
here to interview at this time.
New York, New York (The Bentley
School) - Math.
New York, New York (New York In-
stitute for the Education of the Blind)
-Nursery School Supervisor.
Owatonna, Minnesota - Kindergar-
ten; 3rd Grade; 4th Grade; Girls Physi-
cal Education; Head Football Coach/
Social Studies; Vocational Agriculture.
Riverside, Illinois - Girls Physical
Education/Social Studies; Math; Com-
mercial; English; Science; Industrial
Arts; French or Spanish.
St. Anthony, Idaho (Industrial Train-
ig School) - Remedial Teacher; Up-
per Elementary Junior High Level
(men).
Wheaton, Illinois - Teacher for all
grade levels, 1 through 6.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointment, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.
Persnonel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., March 13
The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio - all levels in Aero.,
Elect., Instr., Mech., Physics, or Engrg.
Mech. for Research.
Congoleum-Nairn Inc., Kearny, N.J.
-B.S. in Ch.E., Elect., Ind. or Mech. for

Research, Development, Design, and
Production.
Metals & Controls Corp., Attleboro,
Mass. - all levels in any engrg. pro-
gram for Research, Development, De-
sign, Production, and Sales.
Perfect Circle Corp., Hagerstown, Ind.
-B.S. in Civil, Constr., Ind., Mech.,
Engrg. Mech., or Metal for Summer
and Regular Research, Development,
Production, Construction and Sales.
The Quaker Oats Co., Chicago, Illi-
nois - all levels in Ch.E., Civil, Elect.,
Ind., Mech. and Engr. Mech., for Re-
search, ProductionrDevelopment, and
Jr. Engr. Trainee Program.
Union Switch & Signal Div., Westing-
house Air Brake Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.-
B.S. or M.S. in Mech. or Elect. for Re-
search, Development, Design, and Ap-
plication,
Western Union Telegraph Co., New
York, N.Y. - B.S. or M.S. in Elect.,
Ind. or Mech. for Research, Develop-
ment and Design.
Wed. & Thurs., March 1a & 14
Shell Oil Co., Shell Chem. Corp., New
York, N.Y. - Ph.D. In Chem. E., Metal.,
and Elect, for Research, Development,
and Operations.
Thurs., March 14
American Cyanamid Corp., New York,
N.Y. - all levels in Ch.E., Civil, Elect.,
Ind., Mech. and Science for Research,
Development, Production and Sales.
Texas Instruments Inc., Dallas, Texas
-all levels in Elect., Instr., Mat'ls,
Mech., Metal., Physics, and Science for
Summer and Regular Research, Devel-
opment, Design, Production and Sales
Worthington Corp., Harrison, N.J.I
B.S. or M.S. in Mech., or Naval and

Marine; all levels in Elect.; B.S. in
Civil, Ind., Metal for Placement Pro-
gram in Research, Development, Mfg.,
Sales., Purchasing, Field Service and
Engrg.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. E., Ext. 2182.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
The Vick Chemical Corp. will inter-
view on Tues., March 18 for college
juniors interested in working in any
of the following fields: advertising,
sales, merchandising, production, engr.
scientific research and development, ac-
counting, and financial m'gt. The can-
didates will work for the various di-
visions of the company in various lo-
cations. Call the Bureau of Appoint-
ments for an appointment, ext. 3371.
Diane Richardson, Camp Narrin,
Southern Oakland Girl Scout Camp-
for Unit Leaders and General Counse-
lors and Waterfront. At the Union on
Wed., March 13, 1 to 4:45.
The representatives from the follow-
ing will be at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments:
Thurs., March 14
L.O.F. Glass Fibers Company, Toledo,
Ohio. - Location of work: Northwest-
ern Ohio. Men with any degree for
Management Training Program.
The Trane Company, La Crosse, Wis.
-Men with degree in Math for Sales
Engineer.
Aeroquip Corporation, Jackson, Mich-
igan - Men with any degree for Sales
Trainee,
(Rike Kumler Co.) Dayton, Ohio -
Men and women with degree in Liberal

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Arts for Executive Training Program
leading to positions as Buyers and Mer-
chandise Managers. Location of work:
Dayton, Ohio.
Sutherland Paper Company, Kalama-
zoo, Mich. - Men with degree in Econ-
omics or. Business Administration for
Sales Training Program.
Crown Zellerbach Corp.,. Portland,
Oregon. - Location of work: National-
ly. Men with any degree interested in
Sales only.
Fri., March 15
Burroughs Corp., Detroit, Michigan-
Location of work: Anywhere in U.S. or
Canada. Men with any degree for Sales.
National Board of YWCA, Chicago,
Ill. - Location of work: Positions
available throughout U.S.A. Women
with degree in Social work Psychology,
Physical Education, Education, Recre-
ation Guidance and Counselling and
Sociology for Positions available in the
YWCA in Administration, Group Work,
Physical Education and Recreation.
The Ohio Boxboard Company, Ritt-
man, Ohio - Location of Work: Mainly
at Rittman Plant but also for subsidi-
aries. Men wtih degrees in Economics
or Business Administration for Produc-
tion Management Trainees; or Office
Management Trainees or Sales.

The J. L. Hudson Company, Detroit,
Mich. - Men and women with degrees
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-
tration for Executive Training Program.
Additional information can be ob-
tained from the Bureau by coming into
the office or calling extension 3371 at
the University. Material is also avail-
able on many of the companies inter-
viewing during the week of March 11,
1957.
Appointments for these interviews
must be made by 4 p.m. of the day pre-
ceding the interview. This is done for
the convenience of the office, the stu-
dents and the interviewer. It facilitates
getting the records ready for the fol-
lowing day's interviews. Some inter-
viewers adjust their arrival plans to
fit the schedule as it appears on the
day preceding the interview, and stu-
dents who wait until the day of the in-
terview to make appointments must
sometimes be turned away becaust
there is no more room on the schedule.
Also, if you fail to keep two appoint-
ments without canceling you will no
longer be allowed to interview through
our office. Cancellations must be madc
by 4 p.m. of the day preceding the in-
terview unless in case of sickness, eta.

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TRAINING PROGRAMS
for positions in
PRODUCTION-ENGINEERING AND
RESEARCH-TECHNICAL SALES-STAFF
PRODUCTS include CASTINGS, FORGINGS, HYDRAULIC
EQUIPMENT, FRICTION, MATERIALS FOR AIR-
CRAFT, AUTOMOTIVE, RAILROAD, MACHINE
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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS include LIGHT
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AiResearch jet pump "shoots air bullets"
to increase eficiency of
refrigeration units
he Garrett Corporation com-
prises one of the most unique and
diverse research, engineering
and manufacturing organizations
in the world.
The parent company, founded
in 1936, has grown from three per.
sons to nearly 10,000 scientists,
engineers and production specialists.
From the AiResearch laboratories
have come the pioneer developments
in aircraft components and systems
which have pushed back the barriers of
speed and altitude. Today, 90 per cent of
the free world's aircraft-carry this equipment.
Divisions and subsidiaries are also engaged in
creating industrial products in such varied fields as
marine equipment and, turbochargers for diesels, and
in supplying sales and installation engineering services to
airframe companies, airlines and the military.
Through foreign licensees, Garrett's produts and
engineering services now circle the globe.

Complete information at Placement Office-.
Representative visiting campus March 13, 14.
AMERICAN BRAKE SHOE COMPANY

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Delco Radio Division of General Motors announces
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Physics and Production Engineering.
Delco Radio for years has been the world's leader
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electronics engineering, research, and manufacturing
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with outstanding scientists and engineers.
Arrange an interview through your Placement
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