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et Slash May Cause
ty Cut, Project Delays


Boyd-Bowman To Speak

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hairman of the Senate
pr i a t i o n s Committee,
Monday estimates of en-
this year in state col-
d universities were 4,130
actual figure.
Ld basis, he said, the Com-
elt it had over-appropri-
r million dollars.
Jniversity missed its en-
guess by about 1,000 stu-'
ss said the University
efinitely' not take more
in 1958 than it enrolled
( (approximately 23,000)
bably less if the Senate
ee's figure is approyed.
so Laid the recommenda-
ompletely rules out any
of a general salary in-
0 Request Hearing
uest for public hearings,
budget "will definitely be
Niehuss said.
orter has frownedon such
, indicating they would
kely result' in further re-
rather than in any in-

Professor Peter Boyd-Bowmanl
of Kalamazoo College will speak
at 4:15 p.m. today in Aud. C,

The appropriations bill recom-0
mended the University and other
state institutions be appropriated
money In lump sums to be spent
as each sees fit.
The University's would cover
operations at Ann Arbor, Flint
and Dearborn.
Presidents Meet
Meeting in emergency session.
yesterday morning in Lansing, the
Michigan Council of State Col-
lege -Presidents called the budget
recommendations for all Michi-
gan colleges and universities "an
order to retreat - . . in all fields
of education" forcing them "into
an impossible situation.'
The Council is made up of the
presidents of all nine of the, state
colleges and universities.
The group said "it Is imperative
that the Senate- appropriation
measure be reconsidered."
Stronger language came from
Gov. G. Mennen Williams, whose
own budget recornmendations' for
higher education took a $13 mill-
ion whacking in the Senate ver-
He called the proposal "the
height of stupidity and inhuman-

1ietic Board Debates Areas
ricerning General Policy

(Continued from Page 4)
.Academic Notices
The second seminar for new teachers'
in the College of Engineering and oth-
er teachers interested will be, held at'
7:30 p.m., March 19, in Room 4051 Ad-
min. Bldg. Topic "Visual Aids in Teach-
ing Engineering Subjects." Presenta-
tions will be' made by Prof. William
Lewis, Mrs. Sonia Schwartz, Mr. Daniel
Moore, Mr. Fred Anderegg, and Mr.
Hazen Schumacher.
The Applied Mathematics Seminar
will meet on Thurs., March 20, in Room
246 W. Engine. at 4 p.m. Prof. J. W.
Carr III will speak on "Krasnoselskii's
Approximation Methods for Obtaining
the Characteristic values of a Sym-
metric Positive Definite Definite Oper-
ator in Hilbert Space." Coffee and tea
will be served at 3:40 p.m. in Room 274
W. Engine.
402 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science. "Models for Sema-Different
Data." William Hays, Dept. of Psycholo-
gy. 3:30 p.m., Thurs., March 20, 3217
Angell Hall.
"Seminar Mathematical Statistics"
Thurs., March 20, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Rm.
3201 Angell Hall. Dr. A. B. Clarke will
speak on "A Simple Problem in Ran-
dom Sorting."
Doctoral Examination for Susumu
Koizumi, Economics; thesis: "Capa-
city and 'he -Acceleration Principle in
a Multi-Sector Model," Wed., March 19,
6 Econ. Bldg, at 8:00 a.m. Chairman,
D. B. Suits.
Placement Notices
The following school systems have
announced teaching vacancies with the
Bureau of Appointments for the 1958-
1959 school .year. They will not be here
to interview at this time.
Albuquerque, N. M. -- Agriculture;:
Art; Arts & Crafts; Auto Mechanics;
Biology; Chemistry; Commercial; Dri-
ver Education; Eniglish French Geolo-
gby Gen. Science; History; Home Econ-
omies; Industrial Arts; Latin; Library;
Bath M c h anical Drawing; Music
(Band, Vocal)' Boys & Girls Physical
Education; Physics; Spanish.
Chicago, Ill. (The Latin School of
Chicago) - Elementary; Science; Art;
Math; Boys & Girls Physical Education.
Cincinnati, Ohio (Lincoln Heights
Schools) -- Math; Science; Social Stu-
dies; History; English; Band & Vocal
Music; Spanish; French; Library Sci-
ence; Vocational Home Economics.
Coopersville, Mich. - Biology Elem.
Vocal Music;" Girls Physical Educ./
Counselor; Elementary.
Corunna, Mich. - Science; Commer-
cial; English; Elem. & H.S. Vocal Mu-.
sic; Elementary.
Edwards, Calif.-Math/Science; Eng-
lish; Industrial Arts; Business; Gener-
al Math; Football Coach/Driver Educ.;
H. S. Remedial.
Elsie, Mich- - Elementary Vocal Mu-'
sic;, 1Industrial 'Arts; Commercial.
Escanaba,Mich. -Elementary; Girls
Physical Education; Spanish/English;
Journalism/History or English; Com-
m ercialr
Gallen, Mict. -- General Music

(Band and Chorus); Commercial.
Hampton, Va. -- Elementary; Gener-1
al Math (Jr. H.S.) Advanced Math;
General Science; English; History; Li-
brarian; Girls & Boys Physical Educa-
tion; Home Economics; Drafting; In-
dustrial Arts General Business; Art;,
Practical Nurse; Vocal Music; Band.' ]
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau fo Appointments, 3528a
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489. #
Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Mon., March 24
UARCO, Inc., Chicago,. Ill. -- Men
with B.A. in Liberal Arts or B.B.A. for
Sales Representatives.
Consolidated Edison Co. of N.Y., Inc.,
New York City -- Men with B.A. or
M.A. in Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A.
for training program leading to post-
tion in Sales, Personnel, Industrial Re-
lations, Purchasing, Stores, Advertising
and Public Relations.
U.S. Treasury Department, Internal
Revenue Service, Detroit, Mich.--Men
with any degree and eligibility in Fed-
eral Service Entrance . EXamination or
planning to take the exam for Revenue
Tues., Marph 25
Moore Business Forms, Inc., Niagara
Falls, N.Y. - Men with B.A. in Liberal
Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Sales.
Wayne County Bureau. of Social Aid,
Detroit, Mich. - Men and women with
B.A. in Sociology or Social Sciences or
M.A. in Social/Work for Social Workers.
Preston' Laboratories, Inc., Butler,
Pa: - Men with B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in
Solid State, Classical and Engineering
Physics for Research Department of
the Labs.
Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany, Detroit, Mich. - Men with B.A.
in Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or L.L.B. for
Detroit Civil service, Detroit, Mich.-
Men and women with B.A., M.A. or
Ph.D. in Sociology, Science, or Govern-
ment for positions with the Civil Serv-
ice. Men and' women with B.B.A. or
M.B.A. for Accountants, 'Administra-
tive Trainees and Government. Men
and women with B.S. or M.S. in Physics
with an interest in Industrial Hygiene
and Field Work. Men and women with
B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemistry and
Familiarity with Lab instruments for
work with Civil Service. (Afternoon
Wed., March 26
General Foods Corporation, White
Plains, N.Y. - Men with B.A. in Econ-
omics, B.B.A. or M.B.A. (Advertising)
for Sales. Men with B.A. in Economics,
B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Financial Positions.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation,
Lancaster, Ohio -- Men with B.A. in
Liberal Arts for Sales. Men with B.B.A.:
for Sales, Accounting, Industrial Man-
agement, Statistical Quality Control.
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, Chica-
go, Ill. - Men and women with B.A.
or M.A. in Liberal Arts. B.B.A. or M.B-A.
L.L.B. for training program.
Thurs., March 27
Service Bureau Corporation, Subsi-
diary of IBM in Detroit, Mich. -- Men.
with B.A. In Liberal Arts or B.B.A. for
1 Aetna Casualty- and Surety Company,
Detroit, Mich. - Men with B.A. in Lib-

eral Arts or B.B.A. for Field Represen-
tative Trainee.
The Procter & Gamble Company, Ad-
vertising Department, Cincinnati, Ohio
-Men with B.A. ' or M.A. in Liberal
Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Marketing-
Advertising Management.
Fri., March 28
Socony Mobil Oil Company, Inc., N.Y.
City - Men with B.A. in Liberal Arts
or B.B.A. for Marketing Training -
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.
Thurs., March 20
King-Seeley Corporation, Ann Arbor,,
Mich. will not be interviewing.
Thurs., March 20
Procter & Gamble Company, Adver-
tising Department, will have an all-
campus exhibit in the basement of the
Union by the Cafeteria Entrance to ac-
quaint students with the company. The
exhibit, will remain up until March 27,
when the department will be interview-
ing students at the Bureau of Appoint-
Detroit Civil Service will also have
an exhibit in the basement of the
Union by the Cafeteria Entrance all

Research, Development, Design, Pro-
duction and Sales.
'M.I.T., Lincoln Laboratory, Lexing-
ton, Mass. - All degree levels in .E.E.,
B.S. in E. Physics and E. Math, for Re-
search and Development. Must be eli-
gible for citizenship. For summer:
Grad. students for Research and De-
For appointments, contact the En-
gineering , Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:,
Sperry Gyroscope Company, Great
Neck, N.Y. a division of Sperry Rand
has an opening in a system engineer-
ing, group for a man with Ph.D. in
Mathematics or the equivalent in ex-
perience. Very unusual and good job.
YWCA, National Board, N.Y. City has
openings for Directors in the following
cities: Wilmington, Del., Buffalo, N.Y.,
Dearborn Mich. Rockford I. Mont-

Angell Hall, on "The Regional, address the University
Origins'of Early Colonists in Faculty Linguistics Club a
Spanish America." today in Rackham Assemt
The lecture is sponsored jointly He will discuss "Spanish L
by the University's romance lan- in America: A Fusion of C

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"Vk1~l, 11 ., JV , W U L., "W
gomery County, Md., Richmond, Va.,
and Seattle, Wash.
Armstrong Cork Company, Lancaster,
Pa. has listed the following vacancies$
with the Bureau: Stylists, need a de-
gree in Interio rDesign, Industrial De-
sig nor Graphic Design. (Men or wo-
men). Sales - Non technical for men
only with any degree but preference
for Bus. Admin., Econ. or Liberal Arts.
Chemists or Chemical Engineers, Me-.
dhanical Engineers and Industrial En-
Ordnance Amunition Command, U.S.
Army, Joliet, Ill. has the following cur
rent vacancies: Tabulation 'Project
Planner, Tabulation Equipment Opera-
tor Supervisor, Engrg. Technician, Ord-
nance Engr., Illustrator (Tech. Equip.),
Analytical Statistician, Mathematical
Statistician, Equipment Specialist, and
Publications. Writer.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Apointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.


For the young lady
who is thinking about her China:
Spode, Royal Copenhagen,
Arzberg, Pickard, and Rosenthal.
You will always find the
nice things here.

Continued from Page 1) Y
h1ete virtually impossible.
nendations by the Michi-
nagers Club and the intr-
mnanagrs will plae an
Irname on the ballot.
non-athlete must turn in a
Swith three hundred sig-
SElections are' limited fur-
>ecause .since each board
r serves two years, usually
ne - person, a sophomore
elected each year. Further,
d be difficult for an un-
student to compete with a
own nane athlete.
cpreenttion' Involed,
ctons to the present sys-
iolve around a concept of
Sure of 'the board and repre-
an on it.
;s 1say athletes deny the
representation to the Uni-
* other 22,00h students'
r,' t i,held they, represent
d' inteest group,' directly
the board, and therefore
be objectife.
instance, the de-emphasis
l[tics or the reduction of
sl aid might be something
a. would not be inclined to
'Not Objective'
e Board is to keep athletics
roper relationship to aca-
, or is to keep financial aid
ecoming excessive, critics
iletes are not the most ob-
people to sit on the Board.
iermore, critics add, ath-
ould not be predisposed' to
e with the athletics officials
in they are dependent.
Plant believes these ob-,
s are groundless. Student
itation on the Board, he
has been ' active and, con-
e." He has not felt that
ts,. because they were ath-
'ere likely to be dominated
'body, any more than any
group of students on cam-
Uetter Understanding
Iso declared athletes have
r understanding of athletic
is because of their day-to-
:tact with them.
mnts on the Board have
dnsistently opposed to grant-
ancial 'favors to athletes, he
Pelt could see only one ob-
to athletes serving on the
Bth he and errnstein
Wd to miss three important
night meetings, because of
games the following day,
e might have offered some-
he said.
choed Plant's sentiments,
athletes were closer to the
i't let that "drowst feel

scene and knew more of the prob-
lems in' detail.
"We may not be as objective as
a cost . accountant studying the
program," he continued, "but we
do have the best interests of the
University in mind."
He alsopoiited out that stu-
dents have little power on the
Board since they are only a small
minority, and therefore they could
not do very much harm. If their.
aims were contrary' to the best
interests of the school, both fac-
ulty members and; alumni would
be quick to object.
He also said the. interests of
athletes' are the same as those of
the Board. They are interested in
promoting a strong athletic pro-
gram. Do you wants somebody who
is going to help the program or
hinder it? he asked./Somebody op
posed to athletics, he continued,
would only be a hindrance to the

guages department and the :
gram in linguistics.
Prof. Boyd-Bowman will e

Representatives from the following
will be interviewing at the College of
Engineering: j
Fri., March 21
Columbia; Gas System,. N.Y. City -
B.S. in Ch.E., C.E., E.E., I.E., M.E, Met.
and Nav & Mar. for Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Production. Must be a1
U.S. citizen.
Corn Products Refining Company,1
Argo, Il - All degree levels in Ch.E.l
for Development and Design. Must be
a U.S. citizen and Men only,
E. F. Houghton & Company, Phila-
delphia, Pa. - B.S. in Ch.E., I.E., M.E.,
and Met. for Engineering Sales and
Technical Service Representatives.
Intranuclear Company, Clayton, Mo.
M.S,,and Ph.D. in Nuclear and B.A. in
E. Physics for Research, Development,
and' Design. Must be a, 'U.S. citizen.
Manning, Maxweli & Moore, Inc.,
Muskegon, Mich. -- B.S. and M.S. in
C.E.; I.E., E.E., and M.E. for Research,
Development, Design, Production and
Sales. For summer: Sophs for drafting.
U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory, San
Diego, Calif. - All degree levels in E.E.,
M.E., B.S. in E. Physics and E. Math.
for Research and Development. Must
be a U.S. citizen.
The Rand Corporation, Santa Monica,
Calif. -- M.S. and Ph.D. in A.E., E.E.,
M.E., and Nuclear for Operations Re-
search and Systems Analysis - No lab
work. Must be a U.S. citizen. 3 6r sum-
mer: Srs. and Grad ;students for re-
search assistants to professional staff
and consultants.
Vanadium-Alloys Steel Company, La-
trobe, Pa.-B.S. in Mat'ls, all degree
level, in Met. for Research, Develop-
ment, Production and Sales.. For sum-
mer: Jrs. in Met. only to work. in Met.
The White Motor Company, Cleve-
land, Ohio - B.S. in I.E and M.E. for

Phone NO 8-6779 0 601 East Liberty


announces that applications for cadmission
to its Classes beginning September 8, 1958
are now being received,
3-year course of professional study
leading to the degree


Doctor of Optometry


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Two years (60 sem. hours or equivalent qtr. hours)
in specified liberal arts and sciences.

Organization NOtices
Chess Club, meeting, March' 19, 7:30'p.m., 2038 Randall Lab., Speaker: Law-
p.m., Union. Irence Curtiss, "Fiber Optics."

Write' for bulletin to: REGISTRAR
Illinois College of Optometry
3245 S. Michigan Avenue, Chgo. 16, Illinois



French Club, 'meeting, March 19, 8
p.m., Union, 3 ELM,1 French movies to
be shown, French songs to be taught.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Club, meeting, March 19, 7:30 p.m.,
University Lutheran Chapel. Lenten
Graduate students Coffee Hour to be
held every Wednesday afternoon in'
March from 4:00 to 5:30 in the West"
Lounge, second floor of Rackham.
These coffee hours are sponsored in an
effort to acquaint graduate students
with those in different departments.
Lutheran Student Assoc., Lenten Ves-
per Service, March 19, 7:15 p.m., Luth-
eran. Student Chapel.
Physics Club, meeting, March 19, 7:30

Sailing Club, open meeting, March
20; 7:30 p.m., Union Ballroom.
Student . National Education Assoc.,
meeting, March 19, 7:30 p.m., Ed. School
Cafeteria, Speaker: Dr. Claude Eggert-
son, Dr. John 'Childs; "Philosophy of
Education and Teacher Etl ics."
Young Democratic Club, meeting,
March 19, 7:30 p.m., 3B Union. Election
meeting, Speaker: Mrs. Marion Fox,
A Training Program for Political
Unitarian Student Group, seminar on
peripheral considerations of Fromm
and Camus, March 19, 7:30 p.m., First
Unitarian Church.
Jr. Panhenl Assoc. meeting with nom-
inating speeches, March 19, 4:15, League

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In October, 1957, only four years after
graduation, Stanley W. Smith was ap-
pointed District Plant Engineer in Norjh-
western Bell Telephone Company. Here
Stan tells what his responsibilities are
and how his promotion came about.'
"I'm responsible for outside plant en.
gineering in a district which includes
about one-third of all Bell telephones in
Nebraska outside of Omaha," Stan says.
"That's about 35,000 phones, and the
number is growing every day.
"The most important part of my-job is

planned construction so that money can
be budgeted for it.
"This is the kind of job I really like-
one which combines engineering and
management. And it was the continuing
growth of the business," Stan points out,'
"that opened up this new assignment for
me. My predecessor was appointed to a
newly created position and I was selected
to replace him.




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"What the future holds for me depends
on a lot of things. But I can see from my
present job that growth will keep open-


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