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Mosher Hall
Ho nor Plan
Undergraduates Work
As House Counselorsa
Mosher Hall experimented with
an Honor Resident program dur-
ing the last semester in which
undergraduate students acted as
residtnt counselors on two floors.
According to House President
Lee Hunt, '59, the undergraduate
counselors met a definite need at
Mosher because "they had a'
greater circulation among the
girls, were more cognizant/of dif-
ficulties girls might have, and
consequently established a great-
er rapport."
The upperclassmen also became
better oriented and better ac-
quainted with and interested in
freshmen. However, Miss Hunt
remarked, the upperclassmen pre-
ferred to- counsel with graduate
counselors, as they were usually
concerned with requirements and
interests after graduation.
Two-Fold Plan
This program is part of a two-
fold plan initiated last fall. In
the second plan, operating in
Kleinstuck House, Alice Lloyd, the
Honor Resident works with indi-
viduals and groups in an interpre-
tative and coordinating role in
relation to the over-all program
of the house:
During the school year 1958-59,
plan one will also become effective
in Stockwell and plan two in Vic-
tor Vaughan. A total of- 16 to 20
Honor Residents will be needed
for the four houses.
Informational meetings will be
held Wednesday and March 13 in
the Michigan League for Interest-
ed sophomores or juniors. Appli-
cation blanks and recommenda-
tion forms may be procured from
the Office of the Dean of Women
or the. Undergraduate Office of
the League and must be returned
by March 17.
Selection Committee

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Burton Holmes Travelogue Tonight--
First in a series of 5 Burton Holmes
Travelogues will be "Paris and the
Riviera" tonight at 8:30 p.m. In Hill
Auditorium. Others to be shown in this
series sponsored by the Oratorical As-
sociation are "Hawaii" on Feb. 27: "The
Great Northwest" March 6: "Ireland"
March 13 and "Alaska" on March 20.
These motion pictures are in natural
color with Robert Mallett narrating the
first event. Tickets on sale at Hill box
office today 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Academic Notices
Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap-
plied Meteorology: Engineering. Fri.,
Feb. 21, 3:30 p.m., 5500 East Engineer-
ing Bldg. Robert W. Sanderson will
speak on "Snow Loading on Struc-
tures" -- Chairman: Prof. Robert B.
Seminar: "A Statistical Theory of
Turbulence," by Dr. Robert H. Kraich-
man, Institute of Mathematical Sci-
ences, New York University, Fri., Feb.
21, 4:00 p.m., Room 1042 East Engi-
neering Bldg.
The Applied Mathematics Seminar
will meet on Thurs., Feb. 20, in Room
246 West Engineering at 4 p.m. Prof.
N. D.Kazarinoff will continue his talk
on Asymptotic Solutions of Differen-
tial Equations With Two Turning
Points. Coffee and tea will be served
at 3:40 in Room 274 W.E.
Sociology I makeup final will be giv-
en Sat., Feb. 22 from 9:30-12:00 a.m.
in Room 5615 Haven Hall.
402 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
the Application of Mathematics to So-
cial Science. "The Thought Process of
the Chess Player". A. D. De Groot, Uni-
versity of Amsterdam, Holland, 3:30
p.m. Thurs., Feb. 20, 3217 Angell Hall.
Mathematical Statistics Seminar: will
meet Thurs., Feb. 20, 3-5 p.m. in 3201
Angell Hall. Dr. W. M. Kincaid will
speak on "The Combination of 2 x n
Contingency Tables."
Analysis Seminar. The first meeting
of the semester will be in room 3010
Angell Hall, Feb. 20, at 3:00 p.m. Dr.
D.S. Greenstein will speak on "Approx-
imation Theory and Normed Linear
Doctoral Examination for John"'Town-
send Conover,. Botany; thesis: "Sea-
sonal Growth of Benthic Marine Plants
as Related to an Estuarine Environ-
ment," Thurs., Feb. 20, 1139 Natural
Science Bldg., at 1:00 p.m., Chairman,
W. R. Taylor.

cessary etc. Salary ranges,*4200-5840/yr.
Child Caring Institution Consultant.
Prepares licensing. studies and provides
consultation service to private child
caring .agencies and institutions; facil-
itates coordination of work of such
agencies and Institutions with overall
child welfare program of services for
children; does related work as required.
Salary ranges $4620-6540/yr. For any
further information, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments.,
City of Detroit, Civil Service Commis-
sion. Positions available for Graduates
and Student Workers in the Technical
and Non Technical fields. Further in-;
formation available at the Bureau of
Armstrong Cork Company, Lancaster,
Pa. Openings in the following fields:
Stylists, Male or Female; Sales - Non-
technical, Male; Sales - Non-Technical
at Armstrong Wholesale Distributor;
Chemist -- Doctorate; Chemists or
Chemical Engineers - Research and
Development; Chemist or Chemical
Engineer - Pilot Plant Operations -
Pensacola, Florida; Industrial Engi-
neering; Mechanical Engineers - Re-
search and Development Center. Furth-
er information on all positions are
available at the Bureau of Appoint-
City of Ashtabula, Ohio. City Plan-
ner. Desire a Civil Engineer who is in-
terested in City Planning. Starting sal-
ary is $6500 per year. Contact directly to
Mr. Lambros.
Midland County Girl Scouts, Inc.,
Midland, Mich. Field Director. Works
under the supervision of the execu-
tive director. To help volunteer lead-
ers, visiting troups and giving group
leadership courses. May also have re-
sponsibilities for the camping program.
YWCA of Denver, Denver, Colo. Po-
sition in health education and recrea-
tion dept. Requires new or recent grad-
uate for this position of Assistant Pro-
gram Director. Swimming is a very im-
portant part of the program. Must
have current WaterSafetyInstructor
and Red Cross Life Saving certificates.
Would also instruct in gym and a

variety of ports. Salary range: $3800-
Appleseed Trail Girl Scout Council,1a
District Director. Would prefer a )new
or recent grad. Time of employment:
Sept., 1958. Must be interested in work-
ing with. girls from 7-17 and with
adults. Salary: $3600.
Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,,
Ind. Television Performer and Studio
Assistant. Must go on camera for pro-
ductions and commercial sports, also
will assist in studio operations. Secre-
tary to handle all secretarial and gen-
eral office duties for program director
at Indianapolis TV studio; should have
ability to take dictation; may serve as
receptionist as needed. Copywriters.
Prefer experience in advertising copy-
writing and unique ideas of experience;
must be able to write original descrip-
tive advertising copy extolling client's
products; openings in Indianapolis.
. General Motors Corporation, Detroit,
Mich. Position on business research
staff. To do business research which
requires an economics or business ad-
ministration degree. Must be able to
type. Will be somewhat clerical in the
beginning. Will be on same salary rate
as men. Must be available for 2-3 yrs.
Prefer a single woman, but will con-
sider a married woman if she does not
have children. Some experience would
be good, but not required.
City of Los Angeles, Cal. Opening for
Senior Public Health Bacteriologist. To
assist in organizing, scheduling, etc.
the work performed by Public Health
Bacteriologists and other laboratory
personnel in the laboratory of the City
Health Dept; performs a variety of spe-
cial and standard bacteriological and
serological tests basic to the diagnosis
of the communicable diseases; and does
related work. Current salary range is
$464 to $575 per month. Application
available at Bureau of Appointments.
City of Jackson, Mich. Opening for
a sanitarian in the Public Health Dept.
Requires a grad of one of the applied
sciences, and preferable with speciali-
zation in environmental sanitation..

Starting annual salary is $4810. Con-
tact: Joseph H. Morton, Personnel Di-
rector, Department of Personnel, Jack-
son, Mich.
City of Huntington Woods, Mich. Po-
sition open for a person who is a grad-
uate with qualifications for full time
work as a Recreation"Director. To make
application, first secure an application
form from the City and make arrange-
ments for an interview as soon as pos-
sible. Contact the City Office, Mr. Fred
L. Yockey, City Manager.

Summer Placement Sarvice:
Camp Charlevoix, Mr. Ken Smith will
be here to interview for men counselors
on Thurs., P.M. and Fri., A.M. Feb. 20
and 21.
Jackson City Girl Scout Camp, Jack-
#on, Mich. Miss Janet Hayes will in-
terview women counselors on Fri.
morning, Feb. 21.
Midland County Girl Scouts, Inc. for
Camp Meyati will interview Feb. 20 in
the afternoon. Counselors.
Interviews for Summer Placement
are held in the Student Activities Bldg.
Room D-528. Contact Mr. Ward D.
Peterson, Ext. 3371 for any further in-
The following schools will have rep-
resentatives at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments to interview for the 1958-59
school year:

Tues., Feb. 25
Anaheim, Calif. -- Elementary.
La Mesa, Calif. - Elementary; Eng-
lish/Social Studies; Science; Math;
Industrial Arts; Vocal Music; Li-
brarian; Mentally Retarded.
Madison Heights, Mich. (Lamphere
Schools) - Elementary; Elementary
Art; Elementary Music; Mathematics;
Industrial Education; Home Economics
7 & 8th Core; Instrumental Music;
Wed., Feb. 26
Bakersfield, Calif. - Elementary;
Secondary - All fields.
New Hyde Park, N.Y. - Guidance
(woman) ; English; Social Studies;
Latin; Chemistry; Business Education;
Art/Mechanical Drawing; Industrial
Arts/Driver Training; Mathematics;
Cafeteria Manager.
Thurs., Feb. 27
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Elementary;

Elementary Physical Education; Ele-
mentary Music; English; French; Lat-
in; Art; Business Education; Home-
making; Industrial Arts; Mathematics;
Physical Education; Social Studies; Sci-
ence; Remedial Reading,
Highland Park, Mich. - Elementary:
Grades 1-8; Librarian; Art; Vocal Mu-
sic; Instrumental Music. Secondary:
English; Foreign Language; Social Stu-
dies; Science; Mathematics; Business
Education; Girls' Physical Education.;
Home Economics. Jr. College: English;
Foreign Language; Social Studies; Sci-
ence; Mathematics; Business Educa-
Fri., Feb. 28
Greenville, Mich. - Elementary.
Haslett, Mich. -- Elementary; Indus-
trial Arts; Girls' Physical Education.
For' any additional information and
appointments, contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Administration
Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.


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A committee of eight, repre-
senting the Interviewing and
Nominating . Committee of the
League and the Office of the
Dean of Women, and including
Residence Hall Directors. and
present Honor Residents will in-
terview and select each candidate
for final appointment by the Of-
fice of the Dean of Women.
All women selected to be Honor
Residents for the school year
1958-59 will be expected to parti-
cipate in a training program be-
ginning this spring.

Placement Notices
Personnel lRequests:
State of Connecticut, Civil Service
Comm. Construction Estimator. To
work in the Real Assets Div. of the
Public Works Dept. or in the Highway
Dept., prepares cost estimates of new
building projects, alterations and re-
modeling of existing structures and
site development work; does related
work as required. Salary ranges $4620-
6540/yr. Administrative Fiscal Manage-
ment Officer, Grade II (Insurance).
Works under supervision, assists in the
basic technical duties of the agency
involving insurance, examination and
investigation, etc. Some knowledge of
accounting principles and practices ne-

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
sabbath services
Friday, Feb. 21 -7:45 P.M.
Hillel Choir; Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel
Graduate of Columbia University
Professor of Judaic Studies and Social Philosophy
at Drew University Served as Research Analyst for AFL labor union
Written widely:
will speak on
at a JOINT SERVICE of Beth-Israel Center

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