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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

twood Expresses+
ace in Students

have not noticed any par-
change in the attitudes of
idents since Russia launched
putniks," Dean Stephan S.
>d, acting dean of the engi-
g school commented.
link the reason is that pres-
udents recognize that they
>ntribute best to the future
tinuing the educational pro-
which they are already em-

of encouraging high school stu-
dents to study scienceso that if
they have the right kinds of apti-
tudes, they may wish to consider
science or engineering as a desir-
able goal. Broadly speaking our
need is not for more students as it
is for developing qualitystudents--

oted

I there has been
ase in applications
ing school Which
the new demands
the United States'

n't Compare Systems
ng to speculation regard-
prospective merits of Rus-
ucational program com-
a the United States' pro-
)ean Attwood said, "I do
k it is too meaningful to
compare the systems of
n current in Russia and
United States. Each has
d in accordance with the
t pressures existing in each
ire turning out good engi-
he continued. "Neverthe-
ere is room for improve-
stimulating a goodly por-
our students to reach their
ossible potential. ,
i more can be done by way
> Chosen

Visitors Try
To Remain
In America
ISA Survey Reveals.
121 Seek Citizenship,
A number of University interna-
tional students on temporary visas
do not return to their home coun-
tries, an, International Center re-
search project indicates.
Using the academic year 1952-
53 as a basis of study, counselor
Robert Klinger found 121 of 743,
or 16.2 per cent of the students,
are now permanent residents of
the United States. 452, or 60.8 per
cent, had returned home,
44 Are Chinese
Of those now residing in the
United States, 44 were found to
be Chinese who had come from
the Chinese mainland and didn't
want to return home because of
the C o mn u n i s t government.
These became permanent resi-
dents under the 1953 refugee act.
Members of minority groups in
their homelands who stayed, con-
sidered by some .more likely to
seek a change of nationality, to-
taled fifteen. The remainder of
the students who stayed as per-
manent residents totaled 62.
Technical employment was the
most common reason for becom-
ing a permanent resident, except-
ing political.
Some Transfer
A number of students trans-
ferred to other institutions or
went into technical training, the
.report revealed, and there is no
record in the files of the Inter-
national Center or the Alumni of-
fice as to whether they returned
home.
Fifty-one of the students were
still in the United States at the
time the study was made, some of
them at the University.

'U' Lecturer,
Realtor Dies
In iHospital
Edward W. Schmidt, 48 years
old, a former lecturer' in real
estate and alumnus of the Univet-
sity, died, last Thursday in St.
Joseph Mercy Hospital.
Schmidt was also a partner in
the Hobbs & Schmidt realty firm
since 1949 when he and Wendal
Hobbs formed the firm until his
death.
After graduation from the busi-
ness administration school in 1937,
Schmidt worked for the Gill Lum-
ber Company and Socony Vacuum
Oil Company until World War II.
Serves in Air Force
During World War IInhe served
as Civilian Procurement Officer
for the Air Force and for his work
received several citations from the
War Department. He then began
his careers in the real estate
business with Stewart Butts.,
,Schmidt spent much of his time
in furthering education in the real
estate field. He was a member and
chairman of the Educational Com-
mittee of the Michigan Real Estate
Association as well as amember of
the Educational Committee of the
National Association of Real Es-
tate Board.
Member Alpha Kappa
He was also an associate mem-
ber of the Detroit Chapter of the
Society of Residential Appraisers
and a member of Alpha Kappa Psi
fraternity.
Surviving him are his wife, the
former Janet McPhee whom he
married in 1938, two sons, Jona-
than and Edward W. Jr., a'daugh-
ter ,Jennifer, an da sister, Mrs.
Grace McRoberts of Plainfield,
New Jersey.
Funeral services for him will be
held at 2:30 p.m. today at St.
Andrew's Church..

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USED CARS'
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUtO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N35
1957 VOLVO
$1995 '
Michigan European Car Corporation
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)N110
1957 JAGUAR Roadster 140 MC. $3,300.
NO 5-7148. )N113
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
)P2
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business. At-
las tires, batteries and accessories.
Waranteed & guaranteed. See, us
for the beat price on new &, used
tires, Road service - mechanic on
duty.
"You expect more from Standard'
and you get it!"
1220 8. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 )S3
EXPERT FOREIGN and sports car serv-
ie.,Nye Motor Sales Inc., 514G . Wash-
ington. NO 3-4858. }5
COMPLETE WINTER TUNE-UP
FOR FAST WINTER STARTING .

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Figure 5 overage words to a line.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

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LOST: White wallet; papers o
owner. Reward! Barbara S
NO 2-3119.
BUSINESS SERVIC
RE-WRAVING--Burns, team,
rewoven. Let us save yoi
Weavre-Bas Shop. 224 Nickel
EMLO 1 RERE!
Why not plan on having l
onion rolls, cream cheese,
danish pastry for breakfast
end? We'll be open all day
RALPH'S MARK
(formerly Freeman's
709 Packard'N
"Just two doors from the B1u
GERALDINE SEEB
PIANO, VOICE, ORGAN
INSTRUmENTAL MUSIO s
122 East Liberty
NO 2-4279

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r Fine of the history
id Prof. Raymond C.
ne State University's
;ment have been ap-
e Faculty Council of
of Labor and Indus-
s, run jointly by the
: Wayne State.
te's Executive Board
ed the appointment
roit businessmen to
lty Council.
s are liaison groups
:ademic departments
hools and interested
labor leaders.

DEAN STEPHEN ATTWOOD
... engineering school headt
quality students who can develop
new ideas and carry large respon-
sibilities."r
Hydrogen Power Near
Having done research in power
problems and large scale electrical
production, Dean Attwood feels
the peacetime use of hydrogen
power is in the not too distant
future. "I would hope that it
would be in a much shorter period
of timpe than 30 years," he said.
A graduate \of the University,
Dean Attwood of the engineering
college has been a member of the'
faculty for 38. years.
Beginning as an instructor of
electrical engineering, -he became
a professor in 1925 and now is
the chairman of the electrical en-
gineering department.
Coming to the position of acting'
dean of the engineering school in
June, 1957, Dean Atwood is in a-
position "to be able to observe the
attitudes of engineering students
as they are affected by the Sput-
niks."

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Tom Utsrnan, '58E, was recently
elected president of East Quad-
rangle, according to Drake Duane,
Inter-House Council president.
aUtsman was formerly president
of Cooley House.

,ROAD SERVICE

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.I.; Tenn.; Texas;. W. Va.;
Ont., Canada. Men, with
eral Arts - or B.B.A. for
igramin Sales and Man-
dnee is indoctrinated for
in a branch office doing
,tions, discounting, cash-
'holesaling. After this six
a then assigned as a Ac-

er and Regional Manager.
e Mutual Life Assurance Com-
f America, Worcester, Mass. Lo-
of work - Home Office - Wor-
Mass.; 73 life insurance sales of-
23 group insurance territorial
and 55 mortgage loan correspon-
offices located in major cities
U.S. Men with B.A. or M.A. In
nics, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Under-
Management Accountant, Actu-.
Lasistant, Group Consultant and
istrative Assistant. Training pro-
is formal and informal. Manage-
development media include: op-
L seminars, supervisory discus-
groups, tuition subsidy plan, 'and
-j b training. Men 'and womien
BT in Library Science for Li-
Supervisor. -
March 11
snal Security Agency - See Mon-
listings.
Chemical Company - Three
)ns:
ess & Clark, Inc., Ashland, Ohio
with B.A. in Liberal Arts or
for Marketing Program. Men
re Juniors and single for Market-
xitions. Also interviewing for 'A-
ng positions.
ational Drug Company, Philadel-
Pa. - Men with B.A. or M.A.' in
1 Art 'sfor Marketing Program. -
ick International Divisions, New
City - Men with B.A. or M.A. in
J Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Mar-
Program. Interested in both
:ans and foreign nationals.
igan Bell Telephone Company,
t, Mich. - Men with B.A. or M.A.
eral Arts for Management Train.;
ogram.
ligan Bell Telephone Company,
t, Mich. - Women with B.A. or
n Liberal Arts, B.B'.A. or M.B.A.
nagement Training Program and
Contact work. Women with B.B.
S. in Mathematics, Physics or
stry for Technical Aides in the
elephone Labs.
ovt Civil Service, Detroit, Mich.-
nd women with B.B.A. or M.B.A.
:countants, Administrative
em, and Government. . Men =nd
a' with B.S. or M.S. in Physics
in interest in Industrial Hygiene
ield Work. Men and womien with

B.S., M.S. or PhD. in Chemistry and.
familiarity with Lab Instruments.
Wed., March 12
Michigan Bell Telephone, Men - See
Tuesday's listing.
Michigan Bell Telephone, Women -
See Tuesday's listing.
Vich Chemical Company, all three di-
visions - See Tuesday's listing. . -
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engineering School:.
Tuesday March 11,,
United Aircraft Corp. - Hamilton
Standard Division, Windsor Locks,
Conn. - B.S. and M.S. in) A.B., E.E.,
I.E., M.E., Instru., Mat'ls, S. Mech.,
Met. for Research, Development, De-
sign, Production, Sales, Analysis, Pur-
chasing Service (tech.), Industrial Engr.
Quality Control Inspection, I.B.M.
(Linear Program.) Must be a U.S. cit-
izen.
Kuhlman Electric Company, Birming-
ham, Mich. - B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E.,
E.E., M.E., E. Physics and Science for
Research, Development, and Design.
.For summer: Jrs. in above fields. Spe-
cial assignments in research labora-
tories and in headquarters engineering
offices.
W. R. Grace & Company, N. Y. City -
All degree levels in Ch.E., E.8., M.E.,
and Met. for Development and Produc-
tion. Peruvian nationals in Ch.E., 'E.E.,
or M.E. for work in Paramonga, Peru
in sugar production, .paper and box
manufacturing, sugar refining, caustic
soda and industrial alcohol. Brazilian
or American (veteran) for work in pro-
duction of permanent magnet alloys
with a Met. degree.
Detroit Civil Service, Detroit, Mich.
-All degree levels in C.E., Constru.,
E.E. B.8. in I.E., Mat'ls, E. Math., M.E.,
E. Mech., Municipal E., E. Physics and
Science, and Sanitary for Research, De-
velopment, Design, Construction and
Survey. Must ,be a U.S. citizen- and
willing to live in the City of Detroit.
For summer: Jrs., Srs., and Grad stu-
dents for Technical Assistants to Ad-
ministrative Engr. Staff. -
Armour Research Foundation, Chica-
go, Ill. - All degree levels in A.E., C.E.,
E.E., M.E., Ch.E., Met., E. Mech., Nu-
clear, E. Physics and E. Math., Instru.
for Research and Development. Must
be a U.S. citizen.
International Business Machines
Corp., N.Y. City - Alr degree levels in
E.E., Instru. M.S. in I.E.B.. in E. Math
and E. Physics for work in Research
(B.S. must be in upper 25 per cent of
class), Development, and Production.
For summer :Jrs. in E.E. or Grad stu-
dents in E.E. for work in product de-
velopment lab in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

U. S. Govt.--Bureau of Public Roads,
Lansing, Mich. - All degree levels in
C.E., Constru., Mat'ls, Municipal and
Sanitary. Must be a. U.S. citizen and
willing to travel through three year
training program. For summer: Jrs. as
engineering aides.
Vick Chemical Co., Hess & Claryg Diva
,and others, Ashland, Ohio - B.S. in
Ch.E., I.E., and M.E. for Design and
Production. For summer: Special pro-
gram In management development.
Tues. and Wed., March 11 and 12
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company,
Toledo, Ohio - B.S. and M.S. in Met.,
E.E., Instru. B.S. in Ch.E., C.E., I.E.,
MZ. and E. Physics. Must be a U.S.
citizen and men only for Research, De-
velopment, Design, Production, Con-
struction, Sales and Plant Technical
Cdntrol.
For appointments, contact the En-
gineering, Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:
Proctor & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio,
has the following non-technical posi-
tions open: Cost accounting, Indust'
trial purchasing, Office management,
Industrial traffic . management, for
Business Admin. or Liberal Arts grad-
uates. In marketing, Brand manage-
ment -. advertising, Sales management,
Market research and assistant art di-
rector -advertising.
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Le-
mont, Ii. has openings in the follow-
ing areas: Radiation Specialists, Ra-
diation Engineers, Security Agent,
Physical Science Administrator, Tech
nical Advisor, (Chemical), Patent Ad-
visor, Reactor Safety Engineer, Constru.
Engr., General Engr., Mech. Engr., Prof-
ect Bngrgs., and Project Engr. (Reac-
tor).
Northwest Engineering Company,
Chicago, Ill, are interested In experi-
enced engrs. for work in 1Green Bay,
Wis. Mechanical and Electrical degrees
preferred.
Summer Placement Notices:
On Mon., March 10, the Seventh
Largest Corporation in the* World will
be here to talk to students about part-
time summer employment with op-
portunities for full-time work. A car
is necessary. Above average earnings.
Se Mr. Weber, at 4 p.m. in Room D528
in the S.A.B.

'A Jow:; and Mary Markle Schol-
arship Award has been awarded
'to Harold F.. Hardman of the
pharmacology department Dr. A.
C. Furstenberg, Dean of the medi-
cal school announced yesterday.
During the next five years,
Hardman will use the award,'
which totals $30,000, in his pro-
fessional work, including salary,
travel, research and equipment.
He was nominated by the Uni-
versity medical faculty to com-
pete for the award. Each year 20
of these scholarships are given to
promising young faculty members
of botli United States and Cana-
dian medical schools.
The awards were established to
encourage promising members of
the medical faculty to teach in-
stead'of practicing medicine so
they can improve the quality of
instruction in the medical schools
in the basic science fields.
Hardman is the second member
of the University faculty to re-
ceive the award. The first was
awarded to Dr. Melvin M. Figley,
associate professor of radiology,
in 1948.
In 1954, Hardman received his
Doctor of Philosophy degree and
'next June he will receive his Doc-
tor of Medicine degree.
He is interested professionally
in the. effects of ionization on
drug activity as it relates to the'
heart.

GOLDEN'S
SERVICE STATION
601 Packard NO 8-9429
)S18
FOR RENT
WANTED ROOMMATE!I Woman to
share apartment at PittsfieldVillage.
Furnished. Laundry & kitchen facili-
ties. Would need car. Quiet atmos-
phere. Call NO 2-4601 in evening.
)C119
FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED two
bedroom, modern house near' Plym-
outh and Doxboro Roads. Phone NO
3:1669. )C198
ROOM FOR MALE: Near campus. Linen
furnished. $7 per week. NO 2-8372.
)C196
NEAR LAW CLUB, three rooms and
bath, unfurnished. First floor. Mar-
ried couple or single person. No pets.
NO 2-8569. )C192
YPSILAN9TI
Nicely furnished fou room apart-
ment, with garage. Laundry privi-
leges. Adults only. $95 per month.
Call HU 3-0306. )C193
PLEASANT 2 room apartment with pri-
vate bath, convenient location. Call
NO 8-6749. ')9194
NEW, MODERN cdhnfortable 2 bedroom
apartments walking distance to cam-
;pus." New attractive, furniture arid
equipment. Each apartment has ther-
mostat control of heat. Westinghouse
stove and refrigerator. Norge washers
and dryers. Parking. Call Ward Realty,
NO 2-2556 or- 2-8583 evenings. )C185
FURNISHED APARTMENT for 3 or 4,
very reasonable rent, near campus.
To see, call NO 3-4402. )C154
ROOMS for rent, board included. Med-
ical fraternity, reasonable rates. Wash-
tenaw Ave. Call NO 2-3215. )C135
BOARD & ROOM -Upperclassman or
male graduate. Linen furnished. Rea-
sonable rates. At Hill & Forest. Mr.
Wentz, 1319 Hill, NO 2-6422'. )0151
FOR RENT: large double, pleasantly
- furnished, 2 graduate men. Good lo-
cation. Close to campus. Call 2-3093.
)C124
COMPLETELY furnished 4 room apt.,
$125 month; includes heat light,
water. Main floor, has private back
& front entrance. Located at 7861
Whitmore Lake Rd. HI 9-4964. )C182
NEAR CAMPUS, hospital. 2% room apt.
Piano. Parking. NO 2-6338 after 5:30.
Low rent. )C190
FURNISHED basement apt. for mar-
ried couple.,Reasonable rent. Near
campus. NO 8-7735. )C191
SINGLE ROOMS in private home. Large
closet space, linens furnished. Call
NO 5-5428 before 3:30. )C189

HELP WANTED
CAMP COUNSELORS WANTED. Young
men to assume leadership responsi-
bilities on the staff of a Northern
Michigan 10-week summer camp for
boys. Must have a genuine interest it.
boys. Call evenings NO 2-9454. )H79
ROOM AND BOARD
GOOD FOOD. Reasonable rates. Hill
and Forest St. Mr. Wentz. 1319 Hill
St. NO 2-6422. )816
ALTERATIONS
LET US convert your double breasted
suit or tuxedo to a single breasted
model for only $15.00. Double breasted
tuxedo to shawl collar with new silk
facing for only. $22.00. Wide lapel
single breasted to new style narrow
lapel for only $11.00. Expert work-
manship. Mail to Michaels Tailoring
Co., or write for free details. 1425
Broadway, Detroit 26, or phone WOod-
ward 3-5776. )P4
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH, Aquariums and sup-
plies,tHamsters, Parakeets, Kitty lit-
ter, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty Nd 3-0224
(Open daily and Sun. afternoons),
Closed Thursday )116
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
COLUMBIA
HI-Fli RECORD PLAYER
2 SPEAKERS
WAS $44.95
NOW $34.95.
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
)X47
.USED TVs FOR SALE
12 inch Westinghouse $35.00
17 inch Emerson' -$59.95
Also 3-speed table model
- RADIO-PHONO
COMBINATION - $35.
ALL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
CAMPUS RADIO & TV
1111%.S. University (second floor)
NO 5-6644 ,

SINGING AND SPEAKING LESSONS-
Carol Westerrhan, 715 Granger. NO 8-
6584. )M21
HOUSEPARENTS for a small home for
girls. Near Ann Arbor. Salary plus full
maintenance. Maintenance could co-
'incide with beginning of next se-
mester. A'variety of training and ex-
perience could be considered. Hus-
band may be employed full time
elsewhere. Both should be 25 or older.
Call.NO 2-5834. )M14
BARGAIN CORNER
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE SALE
Floor Samples - One-of-a-Kind
$55.95 Dormeyer mixer - chrome,
Silver Chef ...............$37.90
$45.75 Dormeyer enamel mixer
..........................$31.31
Sunbeam irons - 'a special at $8.66-
Dormeyer and Westinghouse Deep'
fryers ....................% price
New Philco TV's -- at clearance
prices.
Budget Terms
FIRESTONE STORES
Huron at Division NO 8-9890
)W17 '
PERSONAL
B.R.S .~- ,
What's the matter? Cat got your
tongue? )F238
SEWING AND ALTERATIONS
General remodeling and tailoring.
Phone NO 5-5691
)F220
WOMAN--wishes babysitting., Nights.
NO 3-9852 after 6 P.M. )F219

14 FOR SALE
HI-FI SYSTEM-Heathkit Amp., Col-
laro Changer, University Speaker -
20 Watts. 119 Adams House, West
Quad. )B132
ONE PAIR of Head Skis 7'3". Excellent
condition-Call NO 3-4081. )B133
SHAKESPEARE FOLIOS, bound in 6
volumes, published 1771. $100. Phone
NO 3-0092 )W16
PURE SILK dressy sheath. Size 12. De-
signer original. Perfect for girl with
dark hair. 900 Woodlawn or call NO
3-9049 after 12 noon, Sat. & Sun.
W17
REMINGTON Portable typewriter and
Royal Portable typewriter. Both in
excellent condition. Call HU 2-6976.
)W14, B130
LAW BOOKS: Corporation, Damages,
Constitutional, Common. Law, Nego-
tiable Papers, and Sale -of Goods. Gall
HU 3-3374. )W15, B131
NEW GERMAN CONTAX 3-A camera
for sale. 1.5 Sonnar lens. Best offer,
call'NO 5-6644. )B123
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
-socks 39c; shorts, 69c military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E..Washington.
)Bli

208 E. WAS]
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5041I

"Owned & Operated,
by University Students"

Physicians' Gli
Prescriptions F

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CLEAN COON
SHRIMP
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Fred A. Waara
WASHINGS AND IB1
my home. Reasonable
livery. Call NO 3-4850.
100%, WOOL CARPETIP
Installation, This 'Incl
padding, deluxe inst
only $$.95 a square y
$3.75, a square' yard.
SMITH FLOOR C
-207 B. Washington
ONE-DAY SI
for shoe repairing and
SANFOR
also fine tailoring, sui
shoe shin
119 East Ann
Phone: Business
30 years in sam
(opposite cour
TYPING-Theses, term
sonable rates. 830 S.
ALTERATIONS, DRESS
coats, etc. done reaso
ard,-NO 24449.
LINOLEUM, wall tile,
blinds installed p
Brothers, 320 E. Libel

PIANOS (Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey, Thomas).
New and Used. Terms
Rare' Violins & Bows Restoration
MADDY MUSIC
508 H. William NO 3-3223
HI-FI' COMPONENTS
Speaker Enclosure Kits
Amplifier Kits
Phono-Arm Kits,
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
- )145

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