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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOREIGN STUDY AID:
Fuilbright Representative
Interviews Applicants

and who do not live in University resi-
dence halls or sorority houses. Girls
with better than average scholarship
and need will be considered. Application
blanks, obtainable at the Alumnae
Council Office, M i c h i g a n League,
should be filed by April 1. Award will
be granted for use during 1957-58 and
will be announced by the end of the
current semester.
The following student sponsored so-
cial events are approved for the com-
ing weekend. Social chairmen are re-
minded that requests for approval of
social events are due inthe Office of
Student Affairs not later than 12:00
noon on the Monday prior to the event.
March 22: Alpha Xi Delta, Angell
House & Huber House, Delta Theta Phi,
Phi Delta Phi.
March 23: Acacia, Allen Rumsey, Al-
pha Kappa Kappa, Beta Theta Pi, Chi
Phi, Chi Psi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Del-
ta Sigma Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta
Theta Phi, Glomberg House, Huber
House, Jordan & Chicago Houses, Mich-
igan House, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha
Delta, Phi Chi, Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi
Delta Phi, Phi Xappa Sigma, Phi Rho
Sigma, Prescott & Tyler, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Phi, Trigon, Trigon, Zeta
Psi.
March 24: Delta Theta Phi, Mosher,
Phi Delta Phi.
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Departments 'of Fine Arts and Near
Eastern Studies. Prof. David Storm
Rice, University of London, Thurs.,
March 21, Aud. B, Angell Hall at 4:15
p.m. "Harran: From Sin to Saladin, Ex-
cavations, 1956."

aminations this spring are requested to
leave their names with Dr. Ogden, 1634
Haven Hall. The "old style" examina-
tions will be given as follows: English
Literature from the Beginnings to 1550,
Tues., April 16; English Literature,
1550-1750, Sat., April 20; English Liter-
ature, 1750-1950, Tues., April 23; and
American Literature, Sat., April 27. The
"new style" examinations will be given
as follows: English and American Lit-
erature, 1550-1660, Tues., April 16; 1660-
1780, Sat., April 20; 1780-1870, Tues.,
April 23; and 1870-1950, Sat., April 27.
The examinations will be given in the
School of Business Administration
Building; on Tuesdays in Room 372
and on Saturdays in Room 171. from 9
am. to 12 a.m.
Research Seminar, Mental Health Re-
search Institute. Dr. Edward Lurie, His-
tory Department, on "Some Approaches
to the Study of Innovation in Medical
and Technical Fields." Thurs., March
21, 1:15-3:15 p.m., Children's Psychiat-
ric Hospital Conference Room.
Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap-
plied Meteorology: Engineering. Thurs.,
March 21, 4 p.m., Room 307, West En-
gineering Bldg. Fred V. Brock will
speak on "The Influence of Meteor-
ology on Reactor Safety Problems: Air-
Borne Materials" - Chairman: Prof.
Henry J. Gomberg.
402 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Applications of Mathematics to Social
Science. Room 3401, Mason Hall. Thurs.,
March 21, Dan Suits, "Evolution of the
Potato Market."

ginereing. R.C.F. Bar$1s will continue
the discussion on "A Case of Plasma
Instability."
Doctoral Examination for Charles El-
mer Scholl, Jr., Education; thesis: "The
Development and Evaluation of Meth-
ods for Isolating Factors that Differen-
tiate Between Successful and Unsuc-
cessful Executive Trainees in a Large,
Multibranch Bank", Mon. April 22, East
Council Room, Rackham Building, at
2:00 p.m. Chairman, H. C. Koch.
Coming Events
Coffee Hour: Fri., March 22, 4:15-5:30
p.m. at Lane Hall; sponsored by the
Office of Religious Affairs.
Placement Notices
Beginning with Mon., March 25 the
following schools will be at the Bureau
of Appointments to interview for teach-
ers for the 1957-58 school year.
Mon., March 25
Coronado, California - Elementary
(K-6); Junior High Language; Arith-
metic.
Fenton, Michigan - Later Elemen-
tary; Jr. Hi Math/Driver Training; Se-
nior Hi French/Eng.; Home Economics;
Commercial; Math.
Mt. Clemens, Michigan - All Ele-
mentary; Junior Hi Girls Physical Edu-
cation; Social Studies; High School Li-
brarian; Mentally Retarded; Hard of
Hearing.
Tues., March 26
Evanston, Illinois -- All fields.

St. Clair Shores, Michigan (South
Lake Schools) - All Elementary; Ele-
mentary Art; Special Education.
Port Huron, Michigan - All Elemen-
tary.
Livonia, Michigan - All Elementary;
English; Social Sfudies; Math; Science;
Counselor; Instrumental and Vocal Mu-
sic; Art; Commercial.
Mt. Eden, California -- All fields.
Phoenix, Arizona - All fields.
Wed., March 27
Willoughby,, Ohio - All fields.
Norwalk, California - All Elemen-
tary Junior Hi Language Arts; Social
Studies; Girls Physical Edfucation; In-
dustrial Arts.
Lansing, Michigan -- All fields.
Thurs., March 28
Cleveland, Ohio - All fields.
Saginaw, Michigan - All fields.
Fri., March 29
Albion, Michigan -- All Elementary;
Speech Correction; Gen. Science; Math;
Am. Govt./Econ.; Hist.; English.
Marshall, Michigan -- Elementary;
Junior Hi English.
Flint, Michigan (Utley School)-Ele-
mentary; Junior Hi English; Math; Se-
nior Hi Commercial; English.
Mt. Clemens, Michigan (L'anse Creuse
Schools) - Elementary (1-7); Special
Education; English; Shop; Chemistry.
For additional information and ap-
pointments, contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3528 Administration Build-
ing, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489. Appointmenst
for these interviews must be made by
4 p.m. of the day'preceding the inter-
view.
Personnel Requests:

Michigan State Civil Service an-
nounces exams for Adult Corrections
Trainee I, Highway Engrg. Inspector,
applications for which must be in by
April 10, 1957.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Ohio re-
gion, needs an Assistant Claim Agent.
Must be a college graduate under 30,
willing to travel, and able to operate
a typewriter.
White Rodgers Electric Co., St. Louis,
Mo., is looking for experienced Elect,
E., Mech., and Industrial E.
The Tillotson Mfg. Co., Toledo, Ohio,
has an opening for a Mech. E. with
experience in Carburetion, Internal;
Combustion (esp. 2 or 4 cycle) and Gen-
eral Mech.
Flexonics Corp., Maywood, Ill., Is
looking for a man with an M.B.A. to
serve as Staff Assistant to the Presi-
dent.
For further inforation contact the

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THURSDAY, MARCH 21, MY
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin,
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Personnel Interview:
Tues., March 26
Ludlow Mfg. & Sales Co., Needham,
Mass. - A representative of the Lud-
low Jute Co. in Calcutta, India, will
interview students from India who
may be interested in working for them.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, ext. 3371.
Summer:
Mr. Nils Fredriksen of Camp Robinson
Crusoe will be in the Michigan Union
on Thursday, March 21, The camp needs
specialists in thne following fields: ten-
nis, dramatics, boating, hiking, a shop
man experienced in woodwork, group
leaders, assistant group leaders. Appli-
cants must be 21 years of age, and
married couples are invited. The salary
range is above average. No appointment
is necessary,

-Daily--Leonard Cyr
IE REPRESENTATIVE-William Zimmerman of the Institute of.
International Education is in Ann Arbor to interview students
for the Fulbright exchange program and foreign students study-
ing at the University on scholarships from this organization.

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By CAROL PRINS
Intermediate screening of appli-
cants for the Fulbright exchange
program and other foreign study
program, is the function of the
Institute of International Educa-
tion, William Zimmerman, field
representative of the organization,
said yesterday.
The smiling, angular faced
young man,is visiting Ann Arbor -
to interview the 107 foreign stu-
dents studying at the University I
on scholarships administered by
this private agency.
American students applying fork
scholarships in other countries,
and foreign students applying for
study in, this country are handled
by the Institute, the Gettysburg,
Pa. College graduate explained.
"After receiving an application
from a. Burmese student,. for ex-
ample, who wisnfs to study engi-
neering in ,the United States, the
agency selects the most suitable
college or university for that stu-
dent."
Big Names Attract
Ordinarily the big name schools
such as Harvard, Yale and Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy attract the largest number of
applicants, Zimmerman said.
However the final decision is
made by the Institute on the basis
of field of study, financial contri-
butions to be made by the school
and the scholarship applicant and
the applicants' personal wishes.
Zimmerman commented that
many scholarships for study in the
United States "go begging."
Besides the administration of
such government sponsored ex-
change programs as the Fulbright
Plan and the Smith-Mundt plan,
the agency administers many pri-
vate scholarship grants.
Administration Procedures
Administration of these pro-
grams consist in intermediate
screening of applications after the
students' college or university has
primarily approved them. After
the Institute 'approves the appli-
cations, they are sent to the Board
of Foreign Scholarships in the
State Department for final screen-
ing.
In addition to this administra-
tive work, IE keeps on constant
contact with foreign students all
over the country. Field represen-
tatives such as Zimmerman from
the six branch offices visit schools
and consult with foreign students
studying under the IE program
on academic and personnel prob-
lems.
ENGINEERING
SENIORS

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30-Minute Time
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Drop Off Service - Finished Shirts
Wash Pants and Dry Cleaning
Packard S"' ELaundry
SERVICE
and DRY CLEANERS

715 Packard (near State St.)
Ample Parking

Phone NO 2-4241
Open Evenings

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Pratt & Whitney
Aircraft
Professors practice what
they preach .. and vice versa
Following a practice of twenty years, Pratt & Whitney
Aircraft will again welcome a group of college pro-
fessors as members of the engineering staff during the
coming summer months.
Last year'our "summer professors" represented col-
leges from coast to coast. They tackled important projects
in such diverse fields as instrumentation and vibration,
combustion, compressible flow, and materials develop-
ment. Despite the limited time available to these men,
they made significant contributions to our overall effort.
Though it was to be expected that both the com-
pany and the participating professors might benefit di-
rectly from such a program, the sphere of influence
has been much broader. The many students who are
taught by these professors during the college year are
sharing the ultimate benefits ... . profiting from lectures
that are sparked by the kind of practical experience
that can be gained with a recognized industry lead"r
like Pratt & Whitney Aircraft.

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Picture Your Future
In This
'Growing Company
Looking for a solid, satisfying career
with a vigorous company in a growing
industry? American Air Filter Com-
pany, Louisville, Kentucky - world's
largest manufacturer of air filter, dust
control and heating and ventilating
equipment - needs graduate engineers
to fill responsible jobs in sales, engi-
neering and production in its scores of
field offices and nine manufacturing
plants.
Next July, we commence our next five-
month technical training course for a

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Several "summer profs" voluntarily spent
part of their time conducting refresher
courses for P & W A's young engineers.

One assignment involved a comprehensive survey
of equipment for the expansion of high-altitude
test facilities in Willgoos Laboratory, the world's"

Technical contributions were varied.
Worthwhile assistance was given in vibra-
tion and instrumentation studies.

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