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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Certified Housing PiroBgam'Bgns
-ental contract under
Y-Dean of Men's of-{<
d housing program
recently by' Homer ,A
, and landlady Mrs.

willow Runk

Research on Antibodies

Organizaotion Notices

on has rented from Mrs.
i for three years, but un-
new contract period of
cy, conditions of qurters
er matters will be speci-
ty's role in the contrast
is to certify the housing
question as complying
e state housing laws and
nances. As of last Janu-
r 130 off-campus units
)ms for four or more stu-
d been certified.
s of all certified housing
ited to join the program
iception in 'January. The
ffice announced that the
ase of its program affects
e students,
ant Dean of Men Karl D.
said there are approxi-
600 students living in off-
housing not normally cer-
y the city. The students
ig in non-multiple dwell-
opposed to multiple dwell-
which four or more non-
people are renting space.
r the new program, Mrs.

Cuts Delays.
With Radar
DETROIT -- Willow Run Air-
port has installed a departure
radar system which has cut down
delays by more than 75 per cent,
according to Danief W. Vucure-
vich, chief of control tower oper-
ations.
,This $7,500 extension of Wil-
low Run's $225,000 radar system
will also serve aircraft arriving
at and leaving Wayne Major Air-
port and the Grosse Ile Naval Air
Station when these aircraft are
on instrument flight.
! This. 24-hour-a-day system will
"not only speed tip aircraft de-
partures," Vucurevich said, "but
we have also considerably light-
ened the manual operation re-
quired on the part of our 39 con-
trol tower specialists."
Planes can now fly at three
mile intervals on the same level
instead of the previous ten min-
ute separation, he explained. It
also increases the safety of Wil-
low Run operations, the control
tower chief noted.

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By JOAN DE MOY
When scientists came to be-
lieve that elements in the blood,
could be greatly responsible for
many common diseases an entire
new; field of study was initiated,
according to Prof. Richard J.
Porter, head of the Tropical Dis-
eases department. >
Having formulated this idea
several years ago, Prof. Porter
said he began research on the
antibodies in the blood.
Like the many other scientists
engaged In this new study, Prof.
Porter said, he has been puzzled
by the fact blood produces anti-
bodies naturally against any for-
eign substance that invades the
blood, but never against any ele-
ment present since birth.
Aroused Curiosity
Curious about this phenomen-
on, University researchers inject-
ed horse' serum into rabbits as
soon as they were born, and con-
tinued injecting them for several
months. The scientists saw that
instead of producing antibodies
to fight this -foreign substance,
according to Prof. Porter, in al-
most every case the animals did
not react at all. But if the rab-
6its were injected just one month

after birth, there was a tremen-
dous reactionof antibody pro-
duction within two weeks.
In England, a group of scien-;
tists engaged in this challenging
study went one step further, he
continued. They devised a method
of injectingithe embryos of mite
with a foreign serum, and in this
way tested the reaction directly
from birth. The same passiveness
to the foreign matter occirred in
the mice.
This principle was extended to
human beings some years ago,
when a 25-year-old woman was
found to have two blood types.
,Cattle Aided Discovery
This corresponded to the pre-
vious discover"f of twin cattle hav-
ing double blood types, which was
due to cross-circulation in embry-
onic formation. Each twin calf
had its own blood type and that
of its brother.
Scientists have tried to dupli-
cate this incident in the labora-
tory, but they pavehnever ;been
able to do so exactly, he explained.
In one case, they could find no
structural differences in the gam-
maglobulin from cows and horses,
and yet the animals' blood knew
the difference.

Puzzles Blood Scientist

Acrlytes, March-14. meeting in East
Conferenye Room, Rackham, 8 p.m.
Informal coffee meeting, no paper.
Christian Science Organisation, March
13, weekly meeting, Lane Hail, 7:30, p.m.
Hillel, Sabbath Services, March 14,
sponsored by Phi Sigma Delta, speaker,
Professor Wilbur C. Nelson.
Hillel, Conferences on' Careersw in
Jewish Communal Service, March 13,
speaker, Harold Silver, Director of'Jew-

ish Family Services, Detroit. Consultan
present to counsel on individual bans
Kappa Phi, March 13, cabinet mee4
Ing, Methodist Church, Green Roo
7:15 P.
Latvian Student Club, March
Union, Rooms 3M, 3H; speaker, Ins.
Kirsons, 7:30 p.m.
Sigma Alpha Eta, March 13, busine
meeting, speaker, Mr. Mensinger, Spee
Clnic, 7:15 p.m.

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MASONIC TEMPLE Three Days Only
(SCOTTISH RITE CATHEDRAL Mrch 21, 22, 23
DETRIT ."A MAJOR EVENT OF THE
DANCE SEASON... A MUSTr
JOHN MARTIN, NEW YORK TIMES

SIGN HERE-Dean of Men Walter B. Rea hands a new housing
contract to Homer Harrison. Harrison's landlady, Mrs. C. J. Otter-
bein, beams approval. Harrison has lived in Mrs. Otterbein's house
for three years but Just signed the new contract under provisions
of the new city-Dean of Men's office housing program.

.,-THE
- - BALET
A RANK ORGANIZATION PRESENTATON
4 U3-JFumed ire London in EASTMAN COLOR
POPULAR PRICES Nor PNrfe n ues-ALL SEATS RESERVED
EYES. (Fri. and Sat. at 8:20)--$2.75, $2.25, $1.75
MATS (Sat. and Sun. at 2:20)-$2.25, $1.75
TICKETS ON SALE AT GRINNELL'S AND MASONIC TEMPLE

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Otterbein's roomers, and those of
other participating landlords ill
have copies of the contracts.O h-
e; copies will- be held by the land-
lord and by the Housing Office.'
Should any dispute arise, other
than on rental rates, the Dean's

office will assist both parties In-
volved in the dispute. '
The arbitration will be carried
out by the office's new "housing
bureau," the purpose of which is
to provide "better service to
householders and residents.

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(Continued from Page 4)
will be open for discussion withI
' John Courtney Murray to any-
terested, 8:00 p.m., Thurs., MarchI
ne- Hall Library. Auspices of the
of Religious Affairs.J
Gefinan Drama and Poetry Read-
roup will meet on Thurs., March
8:00 p.m. In Vandenberg Room,
an League. Professor Henry W.
wyer will read his own German
ation of Edward FitzGerald's ren-
of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khay-
open to the public.
land," Motion Picture in Natural
will be shown tonight at-8:30 p.m.
ill Auditorium in the Burton
a Travelogue series. Tickets are'
e today 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. In the
orium box office.
ie Education Lecture, 11:00 a.m.,
&arch 14, second floor auditorium,
Hall. Mr. George Putnam, of
sc High School, will speak on,
inisttation of High School Choral
hology Colloquiuml Dr. Lee d.
ech, Professor of Psychology, Uni-
y of Illinois, will discuss "Some;
ng Aspects of Test Theory." Fri.,
. 14. 4:15 p.m., Aud. B, Angell
ocuous Existentialism and Chris-
y will be the subject of a pre-
son by Dr. Robert G. Olson, De-
ent of Philosophy, at the Coffee
4:15 p.m., Fri., March 14, Lane
sponsored by the Office of Re-
s Affairs.
.versity Lecture Ain Journalism.
Fleeson, Washington columnist
Inited Features Syndicate, will
on "The American Search for
" on Fri., March 14, in Aud. A,
I Hall at 3:00 p.m.
Concerts
dent Recital: Jack Seidler, who
% percussion, with James Salmon,
present a recital at 8:30 p.m.,
Mvarch 1, in Aud. A, Angell Hall,
rtial fulfillment of the, require-
for the degree of Bachelor of
. The program will include com-
one by Chapi - Green, Kreisler,_
Smetana-Samon, Dinicu-Heifetz,
n, Bach-Seidler, Bozza, and Cha-
Mr. Seidler will be assisted by
a Keckonen, piano, and a per-
)n ensemble conducted by Robert
, and by Lawrence Hurst, contra-
Members of the percussion en-
e are Peter Ekstrom, Harold Jones,
m Curtin, Gene Thrailkill, Jon;
, and Doninick Pellegreno. The
.I will be open to the general
c,.
:ademic Notices
Applied. Mathematics Seminar
neet on Thurs., March 13, in Room
. Engine., at 4 p.M. Dr. Greenstein
peak on "The Differential Equa-
Governing Chemical Reactions
Special Rpference to Enzyme
ics." Coffee and tea wilt be served
0 in Room 274 W. Engine.
Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
cation of Mathematics to Social
ce. "A Cormputer Approach to
oanalytic Behavior Theory." Ger-
Blum, Dept. of Psychology. 3:30
Thurs., March 13, 3217 Angell HalU.
5 Extension Service announces 'the
'ing class to be held in Ann Arbor
ning Mon., March 17: The 1958
Festival Lecture Series 7:00 p.m.
D, Angell Hall. This series of six
es will concentrate on a study
inalysis of the major works to
rformed in the 1958 May Festival
am. Six, weeks (omitting Apill 7)
tration fee, $10.00 Prof. Glenn' D.
och, instructor. Registration for
series may be made during the
hour preceding the class in the

Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap-3
plied Meteorology: Engineering. Fri.,
March 14, 3:30 p.m., 5500 E..Engin. Bldg.
Prof. A. N. Dingle will speak 'on "At-o
mospheric Pollution by Aeroallergens:
Pollen Dispersion and Deposition."
Doctoral-' Examination for Harry
Francis Cosway, Chemical Engineering,
thesis: "Low-Temperature vapor-
Liquid Equilibria in Ternary, and Quat-
ernary Systems Containing Hydrogen,
Nitrogen, Methane and Ethane," Fri.,
March 14, 3201 E. Engine., at 2:00 p.m.
Chairman, D. L. Katz.
Placement Notices
Beginning with Mon., March 17, the
Bureau of Appointments will have rep-
resentatives from the following school
systems to interview for 195871959..'
Mon., March 17
Hazel Park, Mich. - Elementary;
Mentally Handicapped; Elementary Mu-
sic; Elementary Art. (Will also inter-
view for other fields.)
Otsego, Mich. - Elementary; Home
Economics; ,English (9th); Library.
Tues., March 18
Battle Creek, Mich. -- All fields.
El Cajon, Calif. - Elementary."
Fraser, Mich. - Special Education
(Mentally Retarded; Blind; Speech Cor-
rection); Elementary; Industrial Arts;
Comnyercial; General Science/Math or
Biology; Jr. H.S. Math/Science; Woman
Counselor; Social Studies/English.
Detroit, Mich. - (Redford Union
Schools) - Elementary; Elementary
Coordinator; English; Industrial Arts;
Commercial; Elem. Vocal; Art; Speech
Correction; Mentally Handicapped;
Physical Science; Homemaking. ,
Milwaukee, Wis. -- Elementary; Han-
dicapied; Chemistry; Physics; Math;
Home Economics; Industrial Arts; Girls
Physicr Education.
Wed., March 19
Detroit, Mich. - All fields.
El Monte,/ Cal. - Elementary; 7th &
8th Selt-contained classrooms; Mental-
ly retarded.
Milwaukee, Wis. -'Same as above,
Thurs., March 20
Mt. Clemens, Mich.- (L'Anse (reuse"
Schools)- Elementary; Jr. 'H.S. Art;
Soc. Stud.; Boys and Girls Physical
Education; 7th grade self-contained;
Special Education (Visiting teacher;
Mentally Retarded). '
St. Clair Shores, Mich. - (Lakeview
Schools.) - Elementary.
Shaker Heights, Mich. - Elementary;
Soc. Studies; Math; English; Science;
Girls Physical Education; Elein. & Sr.
H.S. Instr. Music; Elementary Art.
Utica, Mich. - H.S. Eng./Journ.
English; Metal Shop; Math/Dr. Train-
ing; Math; Biology; Phy/Gen. Oci.; Jr.
H.S. History/English; Math/Science;
Elementary ;Elem. Vocal; Jr. H.S. Vo-
cal; Special Education.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Interviews
Representatives from the following
will be at the College of Engineering:
Mon., March 17
ACF Industries, Inc., N.. Y. City -
All degree levels in Ch.E., M.E., Met.,
Nuclear for Research, Design, Develop-
ment, and Production. Must be a U.S.
citizen for Nuclear Projects.
Allen-Bradley Company, Milwaukee,
Wisc. - All degree levels in Ch.E., E.E.,
I.E., M.E., E. Mech., and Met. Also B.S.
in E. Physics for Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Production, Sales and
Application. Must be a U.S. citizen.
For summer: Jrs., Srs., for engineering,
drafting, and general factory work.
Burroughs Corporation, Detroit, Mich.
-All degree levels in E.E., M.E. B.S. In
E. Physics. B.S. in E. Math and M.S. In
.Instru. for Research, Development, De-
sign, and Sales. Must be a U.S. citizen
and completion of military obligation
is not required but is desirable.
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc.,
Buffalo, N.Y. - All degree levels in
A.E., E.E., M.E., E. Mech., E. Physics.
B.S. in E. Math and E. Science for Ap-
plied Research, Development and De-

;ign Must be a U.S. citizen and can be
non-veterans but not a member of
ROTC. For summer: Jrs.; Srs., and Gradi
students for small projects in fields in
which the student is interested.
Gerber Products' Company, Fremont,
Mich. - B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E., E.E.,
and I.E. for Research, Design and Pro-
duction./_
Modine Manufacturing Company, Ra-I
cine, Wis. - B..in I.E., and M.E. for
Research, Development, Design, Pro-
duction and Sales.
U.S.1 Department of Interior, Bureau
of Mines, Pittsburgh, Pa. - Candidates
for higher degrees and seniors in Met.
for Fundamental Research. Must be a
U.S. citizen.
U.S. Govt. -- Ordnance Corps - De-
troit Arsenal, Center Line, Mich. - All
degree levels in A.E., Ch.E., C.E., E.E.,
I.*, M.E., Met. and B.S. in E. Math
and B.S. in Instru. for Research, De-
velopment and Design. Must be a U.S.
citizen.
Wickes Corp., The United States
Graphite Co., Saginaw, Mich. - B.S.
in' Ch.E., E.E., M.E., and' Met. for Re-
search, Development, Design, Produc-
tion and Sales. Must be a U.S. citizen,
Men only, with military service com-
pleted.
West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co.,
N.Y. City - All degree levels in Ch.E.,
C.E., M.E., E. Mech. B.S. in E.E. and E.
Physics for Research, Development, De-
sign, Production, and Sales. For sum-
mer: 'Jrs. and Srs. for special projects
of three month duration concerned
with development of papermaking pro-
cess open to men in M.E., Ch.E. and
E. Physics.
Aerojet-General Corporation, Azusa,
Cal. -,All degree levels in. A.E., Ch.E.,
E.E., M.E., E. Mech., and Met., E. Phys-
ics. M.S. in instru. and M.S. and Ph.D.
in Nuclear for Research, Development,
Design and Production Must be a U..S
citizen. For summer: Srs. and Grad
students. (Tuesday also.)
For appointments, contact the Engi-.
neering Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., Ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corpor-
ation, Richmond, Va. has openings for
an Economic Cost Analyst for someone
with a background in accounting and
4 or 5 yrs. experience. Merchandising
Manager for 'someone in marketing or
business administration or sales 'man-
agement and five to eights years ex-
perience in merchandising, and Man-
ager of Marketing Research for a col-
lege graduate with a background in
marketing research and/or statistics
and five to eight years experience.
Pan American Union, Washington,
D.C. has a vacancy for a program spe-
cialist in cooperatives. Degrees in econ-
omics, financing and statistics, busi-
ness administration or accounting will
be considered. Must have working
knowledge of Spanish or Portuguese in
addition to English.

Family Album Plan, Hollywood, Calif.
(district office in Flint) needs a man
in the Ann Arbor area for sales pro-
motion work. Two years of college or
more in Bus. Admin. or Liberal Arts.
Must have car. Preferably full-time
or summer, possibly part-time.
California State Government, Cali-
fornia State Personnel Board announces
an exam for Associate Water Pollution
ControldEngineer. Calif. residence not
required.
City and County of Denver, Denver,
Cola. announces an exam for Dietitian
I.
Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co., Port Ed-
wards, Wisc. has an opening for a buy-
er in their Purchasing Department.
Age: 23 to 30, preferably two to three
years experience but a recent graduate
will be considered. Would prefer some-
one with an Engineering degree.
Northwest Engineering Co., Green
Bay, Wisc. has positions open for Mech.
and Elec. Engineers.
Detroit Civil Service Commission, De-
troit, Mich. has listed their current.
examinations and the list is available
at the Bureau of Appointments.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Neenah,
Wisc. has openings for a Product Sci-
entist (female) #nChemistry, Biology,
or Physics., a Pr cess problem Engineer
with a B.S. or M.S. in Ch.E. and a
Sales Office Supervisor Trainee pref-

erence given to Bus. Admin degrees in
IndustriaL Management, Industrial En-
gineering or Personnel Administration.
Must want career in Office Manage-
mnent.
,For further irformation, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Notices
Thu rs., March 20
Camp .Wabi-Kan, Toronto, Canada,
Mr. Nathan Markus will be interview-
ing students for counseling positions
all afternoon in the Summer Place-
ment Office, Room D528, S.A.B.
Personnel Requests:
Woodward & Lothrop, a department
store in Washington, D.C. is offering
a Summer Training Program for juniors
interested in all phases of the retail-
ing business. Experience and knowledge
can be gained in the fields of mer-
chandising, personnel, operations and
service areas, advertising and fashions.
..Camp Owaissa, a private camp for
girls located in Pennsylvania, is in-
terested in finding a married couple
for their pioneer camping program.
For further information on the above
notices, contact Ward D. Peterson, 3528
Admin. Bldg. or at the Summer Place-
ment Bureau, D528 S.A.B. on Tues., and
Thurs. afternoons and Fri. mornings.

Religion and the State University
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A lecture series commemorating the centennial of student
religious work at the University of Michigan.
A ROMAN CATHOLIC VIEW OF
tSTATE UNIVERSITYEDCION
The Rev: John Courtney Murray, S.J.
Professor of Theology, Woodstock College

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