SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Present College Students
Lean Toward Conformity
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solution to the H-bomb question
A graduate student who used to either," Prof. Katz notes.
be a member 'of SDA says, "It be- Is the future completely black
hooves grad students not to take as far as this generation is con-
part in radical activities which corned? A lot of people don't think
would label them as 'maladjusted.' so. One of the prevailing observa-
Their superiors don't like it,' tions in "The Nation's" series of
articles was college students' sur-
"I don't know what the devil prising maturity in many areas.
liberals talk about today," Prof. Political Issues Club
Peek says. Social problems that
plagued the Thirties and Forties Another good sign, though a lo-
have been partially alleviated, and cal one, is the formation of the
the liberals seem to be in search Political Issues Club, which, ac-
of a cause. cording to President Al Lubowitz,
was designed to interest students
Civil Liberties Issues in issues, rather than personali-
"If you did have a cause," Cow- ties. Its first meeting of the se-
ley says, "What would it be?" mester was well attended, and the
Even the last great liberal audience engaged in lively argu-
stronghold - civil liberties - has ment with the speakers.
become somewhat of a dead issue. There's also a possibility that
"iberals can talk about integra- political disinterest isn't such an
tion, but it's not much of an in- unusual thing. According to Prof.
tellectual fight," according to Prof. Katz, "There's a long-standing
Peek. As for the war against Rus- tradition of lack of concern among
sia, the United States policy of college students in both the United
containment was laid out by States and Europe." Until issues
George Kennan more than ten touch them directly, college stu-
years ago, and it seems to be the dents, like their parents, may find
one being followed, it difficult to be interested in
"There's no imminent political things political.
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By RICHARD ASCH
Art department of the archi-
tecture college will be host to the
National Committee on Art Edu-
cation Conference Wednesday
Approximately 300 to 500 art
educators from all levels of edu-
cation are expected to attend the
fifteenth annual conference of
the committee, sponsored by the
tment To Host Meeting
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Following' its theme, "Education
and the Imagination," the confer-
ence will direct attention to the
role that imagination plays in all
areas of creative endeavor-in
science and the humanities, as well
as in the arts-and the import-
ance that this has for education.
Open to Publicj
General sessions at Rackham
Lecture Hall will be open to stu-
dents and faculty. These sessions
will be launched at 10 a.m., Thurs-
Il Circolo Italiano, conversation hour,
April 1, 4:10, Union Snack Bar.
* * * .
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
Spring gardening party at Canterbury
House, starting at 1:00, weather per-
mitting, March 30, 1:00, 218 N. Division.
Roger Williams Fellowship, March 31,
6:45 p.m., Guild House. Program: Dr.
Wilbert McKeachie and Charles Ma-
hone, "Man-Is He a Saint or a Sin-
day when Prof. George Boas of the
philosophy department of John
Hopkins University and Prof. Wal-
do Gerard of the Mental Health'
Research Institute will speak on
"Education and the Imagination."
The afternoon session at 1 p.m.
will feature a panel discussing
"Creative Imagination in Science
and Art." The heterogeneous pan-
el, chaired by a director of com-
munity projects, will consist of an
artist, a composer and a profes-
sor of physics.
Alice Saarinen, associate art
critic of the New York Times, will
speak on "The Imaginative Aspects
of Modern Art" at the general ses-
sion at 9 a.m. Friday.
Panel to Meet
Following this will be a panel
consisting of Prof. Marvin Fel-
heim of the English department,
Prof. Harry Holtzman of the de-
sign department of Brooklyn Col-"
lege, and Francis Villemain of the
department of educational philoso-
phy of New York University.
Panel members educated in hu-
manities, -will examine how the
role of ima.gination fits into man's
life at broader humanity levels.
The viewpoint of a practicing
artist, Samuel M. Adler, will be
presented at the afternoon ses-
sion concerning "Imagination and
"Cultivating Imagination" is the
topic of the final general session
at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Brewsterc
Ghiselin, poet and professor of
English at the University of Utah,
In addition to the general ses-
sions the program includes tours,
discussion groups, panels, demon-
strations ana exhibits.
Visits to homes and studios of
artist-teachers in Michigan will be
made by small groups in order to
insure intimate, face-to-face talks.
A campus tour, visiting the
atomic reactor and wind tunnel,
will acquaint conference partici-
pants with concepts which now in-
fluence the shape and direction
of college building. The tour will
illustrate that newer discoveries
of science demand imaginative and
original design for their housing.
Participants will also tour Dear-.
born and Livonia school systems.
both outstanding examples of con-
temporary school architecture.
where educational needs of the'
pupils, methods of teaching, and
design of the physical plant have
To Visit Cranbrook
Visits will also be made to Cran-
brook Academy of Art in Bloom-
field Hills, Children's Museum and
Puppetry Center at the Detroit In-
stitute of Art and the Michigan
television station which broad-
casts educational television.
Demonstrations will feature
fundamentals of metal sculpture,
producing color lithographs, and
the making of pottery,
Prof. Alex Pickens of the art
department it chairman of the
committee for exhibitions. Chair-
man of the conference program
committee is Prof. Irving Kauf-
man, also of the art department.
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1 1:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
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ROOM AND BOARD
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Live at Friends Center, an Inexpen-
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GIRL WANTED to share three room
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WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
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NO 3-6354. )A121
REWARD: Hudson watch, black cord
band, gold encasing, lost 3/27. Faye
Mathis, 445 Mosher. )A123
REWARD for information leading to
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leave message. )A120
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Coury Realty, 6% miles west of
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Models Open Daily 10-8 )R1
48 NASH under 50,000 miles. Clean for
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call NO 2-8576. )N106
WANTED-Riders to Erie, Penn. Leav-
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RIDERS WANTED TO OMAHA leaving
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PERSONAL POCKET PRINTER name
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Use on next year's Railroad Ticket.
$1.00 post paid. 1,000 miniature labels,
name and address. $1.00 post paid.
Printer, 4806 Taylor, S.Q., Ann Arbor.
MID-SEMESTER EXAMS ? ?
Don't be blue
Buy a cake and celebrate-
Easter vacation is overduel
CAMPBELL & SON BAKERY
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Order now - we deliver
Nature's sweetest Missouri Meer-
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Three for $2.50 ppd. Mail check to
Ed. Locke, Lac du Flambeau, Wis-
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords -$7.25;
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Roger Williams Fellowship, March
supper, 6:00, Guild House.
Roger Williams Fellowship, March 31,
Bible study, 9:45 a.m., Guild House.
* * *
University of Michigan Folk Dancers,
a program featuring special instruction
in the Swedish Hambo, April 1, 7:30-
10:00, Lane Hall.
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"EAST OF EDEN"
"REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE"
LATE SHOW TONIGHT
Starts SUNDAY .
"Best Actress of Ihe Year"
BERGMAN - - -
* * * will also be at the Bureau of Appoint-
Michigan Christian Fellowship, lec- ments:
ture, March 31, 4:00, Lane Hall. Speaker: Monday, April 1
Dr. Norton Sterrett, "Receiving Christ." Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chi-
* * * Hn rs n aig ak h-
Graduate Outing Club, hike and sup- cago, Ill. - Women with one or more
per, March 31, 2:00, Rackham. courses in Finance or Economics for
*** Training Program. Women with Secre-
Unitarian Student Group, March 31, tarial Training for Secretarial Assign-
7:00, 1st Unitarian Church. Speaker: ment.
Dr. Hammond of Grosse Pointe Church, Tuesday, April 2
"Man and God." R. H. Macy & Company, Inc. New
* * * York City - The Lasalle & Koch Com-
Hillel Foundation, Student Zionist pany, Toledo, Ohio. - Location of
Organization meeting, March 31, 7:30, Work: Toledo, Ohio or any Macy Store.
Hillel. Topic: "Unique Aspects of the Men and women with any degree in
Israeli Security System." Also, Israeli any field (Marketing is helpful) inter-
singing and dancing. ested in retailing for Junior Executive
* * * Program. Upon graduation they become
The Congregational and Disciples assistants in Merchandising, Manage-
Student Guild, March 31, 9:20 a.m., ment, Control, Personnel, or Publicity.
Guild House. Discussion: "Intellectual Merril Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane,
Problems on Religion." New York City, N.Y. - Location of
Work: New York City and throughout
The Congregational and Disciples the country. Men with B.A. or M.A. in
Student Guild, March 31, 7:00 p.m., Me- Economics or men with any degree sin-
morial Christian Church. Speaker: Dr. cerely interested in their business for
Leonard Parr, "Christ Among the Poets Training Program for assignments In
and Dramatists." isecurities/commodities sales or re-
Tonight at 7.00 and 9:00
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University of California
THURSDAY, APRIL 4
Electronic Engineers + Mechanical Engineers
Chemists and Chemical Engineers
Contact E. W. JOHNSON
Engineering Placement Office
today for appointment
At UCRL, there are unique opportunities to work
with some of America's outstanding leaders in nuclear
research and to utilize the most expansive facilities
in this field. Here, new ideas and techniques are
traditional and there is the opportunity to do what
has never been done before.
Plan now to meet with UCRL's representatives.
They will give you full details on opportunities in
search. Junior Executive Program-This
program includes 2 yrs. training.in the
U.S. Public Health Service, Detroit,
Mich.-Location of Work: Detroit area.
Positions are available in other parts
of the U.S. Men with A.B. in Liberal
Arts for a variety of activities involved
The Procter & Gamble Company,
Overseas Division, Cincinnati, Ohio. -
Location of work: U.S. citizens will
train in the U.S. or Canada; Citizens of
Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Venezuela,
France, Belgium, England, Philippine
Islands and Indonesia will train in their
home countries. Men with any degree
U.S. citizen, for Advertising, Manufac-
turing and Personnel. Men with any de-
gree, foreign nationals, for Advertising,
Accounting, Sales, Buying and Manu-
Bankers Life of Nebraska, Detroit,
Michigan. Location of work: (1) Detroit
(2) Jackson (3) Ann Arbor (4) State of
Michigan. Men with any degree for
Sales at outset, with Management Op-
portunities and Training after three
years of successful selling.
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michi-
gan. - Positions available in Ford,
Mercury, Lincoln, Thunderbird and
Continental automobiles, Ford trucks,
Ford Tractors, Farm Implement and
Defense Products. Men with any degree
in any field for Sales, Purchasing, Mar-
ket Research, Production Control and
Production Supervision and Industrial
Relations. Ford Division Sales Training
Program. Interviewer is also interested
in Law students with Engrg. back-
Wednesday, April 3
The Procter & GambleCompany,
Overseas Division - See above.
Ford Motor Company - See above.
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 April 1, 1957.
ANN ARBOR'S FINEST
2 male students need congenial
roommate to share ultra-modern
apt. Rent is exceptionally low for
the deluxe living afforded. Phone
D. Lighthammer, NO 2-2556.
MALE ROOMMATE to share 5-room fur-
nished apt. with med. student, $45 a
month. NO 2-1282. )C105
ROOMMATE WANTED for male Botany
grad., in private, congenial home.
Everything furnished. On-campus 0-
cation. NO 8-7391. ) C104
STU DENT WANTED
to share furnished apartment with 3
other men. Utilities paid. $37.50 a
month. 1223 S. State St. Owner HU
4 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished, avail-
able for 3 ox 4 students. Must pay
for all utilities except heat. $90 per
month. NO 8-9874. )S101
FOR FALL and summer-modern apart-
ments 1 block from campus. NO 2-
TIME and NEWSWEEK have each in-
creased their newsstand price to 25c.
Our per copy rate is still 8c. We do
not know how much longer we can
offer the student special. Phone Stu-
dent Periodical. NO 2-3061. )F189
CONFIDENTAL: Gargoyle gives inside
story of Campus Elections; Backstage
at SGC; Stockwell Kissing Ban;
Health Service; Food Riots. On Sale
April 1. )F190
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Fur tricks for spring styling. 516 E.
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WASHINGS-Also ironing separately.
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Largest inventory of HI FT components
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Authorized dealer for:
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Pick-up and Delivery
Mending- Alterations. Ph. NO 2-9541.
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
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Double-breasted, $18, or new silik
shawl collar, $25. Write to Michaels
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WOodward 3-5776. )P2
PETS & SUPPLIES.
TROPICAL FISH, Aquarium and sup-
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water lizards, parakeets, canaries and
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Open daily except Thursday
ALL COLORS - baby parakeets and
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cages. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403. )T3
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
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more than just a camera shop
Phone NO 3.0800
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