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PAOI SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL3 0,1957

Advice Given
By Sawyer
On Creativity
The barriers which stand in the
way of creative activity for college
students can be overcome only by
the students themselves, Charles
Sawyer, director of the University
art museum, said.
Speaking yesterday at the an-
nual Phi Beta Kappa banquet,
Sawyer described these barriers as
"existing departmental demands"
and a closely regulated concentra-
tion schedule.
The busy undergraduate activity
both in and out of classes is also a
subtle influence against the use of
leisure time for creative activity.
This activity "follows the pat-
tern and tempo of living in the
outside world and destroys the
opportunity and the incentive for
those precious moments of con-
templation and constructive activi-
ty which ought to be the hallmark
of the educated man," he empha-
sized.
"All these pressures are within
the control of tle individual,"
sawyer continued, "even the eco-
nomic demands which force so
many into part-time employment
will not deter those who are really
determined to explore beyond the
realm of their own particular in-
terest and specialization."
"We are not attempting to be-
come performing artists. We are
enlarging ourselves and developing
motor skills which when developed
can provide the basis for a pleas-
urable type of recreation and re-
laxation," the director remarked.
Sawyer is not implying that the
mere act of particiation, of sitting
down to piano, the easel or the
work bench will in some miracu-
lous way open new vistas and
sharpen intuitive faculties.
Discovering the type of experi-
ence which is stimulating becomes
part of the creative act, and "the
willingness to try, childlike and
naive as it may seem, may pro-
vide a key for the solution," he
stressed.
Group Awards
German Prize
To Magnuson
Karl R. Magnuson, instructor in,
the German department, was re-
cently awarded a fellowship for a
year's study in a West German
university of his choice, according
to Prof. Henry Nordmeyer of the
German department.
The fellowship, awarded by the
Germanistic Society of America
Inc., carries a stipend of $1,500.
Recipients of the Edgar Schwai-
bald Prize f&r seniors concentrat-
ing in German were also an-
nounced. The stipend of $100 will
be split equally between Daria Re-
shetylo, '57, and Roger Cole, '57.
The competition, consisting of
two one-hour essays in English and
in German on a German literary
topic, was given for the first time
this year -and will be continued
annually.
The yearly $100 prize is the
donation of Edgar Schwaibald of
Luddington, Michigan.
Prof. Knappen
To Give Talk

Prof. Marshall Knappen, of the
political science department, will
be one of the major speakers at
the sixth annual World Order
Conference May 11.
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor-
Washtenaw Council of Churches,
the conference will be held at the
First Presbyterian Church.
Prof. Knappen will speak on the
topie "Is There A U.S. Foreign
Policy?"
Voting Machine
To Be Displayed
An operating voting machine will
be on display from 3 to 5 p.m.
today through Friday in Rm. 2515
of the Student Activity Building.
The display is being sponsored
by the Young Republicans Club.
The machine was borrowed from
Ann Arbor for the SAB open house
last week.

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tory/Coach or History/Math/Coach;
Biological Science/Coach; Spanish/
Coach.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489,
Personnel Requests:
Mich. State Civil Service announces
an exam for Legal Field Representative,
Fruits and Vegetables Inspector, and
Draftsman.
Dept. of the Treasury, San Juan,
Puerto Rico, has openings for two
Economists. Require's a Master's de-
gree.
Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Stu-
dies, Oak Ridge, Tenn., needs a man
for the position of Administrative As-
sistant.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Personnel Interviews:
Wednesday, May 1
U. S. Treasury Department, Internal
Revenue Service, Detroit, Michigan -
Location of work: Illinois, Michigan
and Wisconsin. Men with any degree
for Tax Collectors.
Michigan Civil Service Commission,
Lansing, Michigan - Location of work:
State of Michigan. Men and women
with any degree for various positions
with State of Michigan. Lists of posi-
tions available here in the office. Es-
pecially needed are accountants, ex-
perienced architects, bacteriologists,
social work investigators, and psycholo-
gists.
Thursday, May 2
Michigan Bell Telephone Company,
Detroit, Michigan -- Interviewer:, Miss
Virginia Phillips, General Personnel

Staff Assistant. Location of Work:t
Michigan or anywhere in the U.S. Wo-
men with any degree for Public Con-
tact Work, Employment & Personnel,
Management, Writing, Research, Tech-
nical Problems, and Teaching.
Additional information and literature
about the above companies can be ob-
tained by coming into the office or
calling Ext. 3371 at the University.
Summer Placement:
Date: Wed., May 1
Location: Michigan Union, Room 3-G.
Time: 9-4:45 p.m.
Positions: Jobs available in resorts,
camps and industry.
A representative of the S. S. Aqua-
rama, luxury liner running from De-
troit to Cleveland, will be present at
the Summer Placement Meeting on
Wed., May 1, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There are over 70 openings for men
and women on the ship including the
following positions: Assistant Service
Executive (Supervise food, beverage
facilities), Assistant Security Officer,
comptroller, comptroller clerk, steno-
grapher, typist, chief stewardess, novel-
ty stand manager, playroom attendant,
nurse, hostess, assistant hostess, store-
keeper, clerk, porter, cabin boys, bus
boys, stand attendants, bus girls, maids,
cooks, short order cooks, porters, wait-
resses, dishwashers, utility men. Appli-
cation blanks must be filled in before
the interview, and they may be picked
up at the Bureau of Appointments.
They must be accompanied by a photo-
graph.
Earnest Deason of The Bay Court
Camp at Waterford, Michigan, will also
be present, at 3:30 p.m. to interview
counselors. The following positions are
still vacant: cabin counselors (male) 5,
assistant waterfront director female,
unit leader, female.
The Employers Temporary Service in
New York City are looking for typists,

stenographers, and mimeograph opera-
tors, male or female, to join their staff
for the summer months. The service
provides New York firms with temp-
orary help to assist during the vaca-
tion periods.
Miss Lois Levin of Levin's Resort in
South Haven, Michigan will interview
candidates interested in working as
waitresses, or a children's counselor
from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 1st,
Room 3G of the Michigan Union.
Camp directors are constantly call-
ing upon the Summer Placement Serv-
ice to provide counselors to work in
arts and crafts departments. If you
have such ability and are interested in
camp work, please let us know.
Mr. Wauters of Hilltop Camp will in-
terview applicants interested in work-
ing as a riflery counselor, dietition or
handy man. The camp is located at
Walloon Lake, Mich.
The May Co., Cleveland, Ohio, has
openings during the summer months
for college students interested in work-
ing on their college board for the sum-
mer.
The Harmon Hall School in York
Harbor, Maine, needs an attractive,,
neat, well-groomed woman to act as
housemother and dining room super-
visor at Harbor Hills for the summer.
The American Gas & Electric Co. in
New York City has openings for engi-
neering students, from the sophomore
level up, for the summer months.
Openings exist in the New York office
and the Columbus Office for electri-
cal engineers, and in the Lawrenceburg,
Indiana office for mechanical engi-
neers. For further information, attend
the Summer Placement Meeting on
Wednesday, May est.
The town of Grand Beach, Michigan
has an opening for a lifeguard for the
summer months. Grand Beach is on
Lake Michigan, seven miles east of
Michigan City, Indiana.

Michigan Crib-Pre Law Society, Ap-
ril 30, 8:00 3003 Student Activities
Building. Speaker: Marcus Plant, "Cor-
porate Law."
* * *
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
May 1, 6:30-8:00, Parish Night Potluck
Dinner - students are invited, St. An-
drews Church,
* * *
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
April 30, student and faculty tea at
Canterbury House, 4:00-6:00.
* * *
Medieval Society, April 30, 8:00, East
Conference Room, Rackham. Speaker:
Miss Edelgard E. Conradt, "The Repre-

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rPuiicai .ssues Club, general ousi-
ness meeting, elections, April 30, 7:30,
B otanists s Student Activities Building.
Help oan Book*.
The Congregational and Disciples
Student Guild, mid-week tea, April 30,
4:30-6:00, Guild House.
A call for help in the prepara- * * *
tion of an up-to-date handbook on The Michigan Square Dancers, pro-
local flora has been extended by gram of square and round dancing,
April 30, 7:00-10:00, Lane Hall.
the Botany department. ,
"Discriminating field work and The Culture Club, May 1, 8:00, 3rd
collecting," is needed for the pub- floor conference room, Union. Speaker:
. tDr. Robert Davage, "The Helpful and
lcation accgrding to Edward G- Harmful Effects of Racial Discrimina-
Voss, principal investigator. tion."
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Michigan Crib Pre-Law Society
Presents
PROF. MARCUS L. PLANT
Speaking on:
Opportunities in Corporation Law
TONIGHT at 8
Room 3003 S.A.B.

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ANNOUNCEMENT BY
Illinois College of
OPTOMETRY
Applications for admission to
classes beginning September 9,
1957 are now being received.
Three year course
of professional study
Leading to the Degree of
Doctor of Optometry

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