THE MICf WTA1N DAILY
low audience at Thurs-
national Student Asso-'
ate rejected by a single
olution "Christianity is
sent found the program
ative" as LISA debate
3everley Pooley, Grad.,
sed it, although a sup-
vote revealed only four
pectators had changed
n they brought with
wr Ian Davison, Grad.,
e than read the resolu-
his fellow Englishman
iker, Grad., raised a
ler concerning the word
," which he said was
;e graduate Pooley, who
ng second for the af-
etorted Bunker should
r than consult an Ox-
e two prerequisites for
press, first affirmative
bert Olson of the phil-
artment said. They are
of ' suffering and the
to do something about
ity, Olson declared,
h the realization and
ion. He quoted St. Aug-
t "man couldn't -even
Kcept by God's grace."
Pickett of the religious
board spoke first for
tion, saying religious
i't subject to logic.
hen seconded the reso-
ng examples from the
quisition to the Union
Africa today, which he
rth debater was Viren-
k, Spec., of India. A
Lan, he said regardless
losophy behind Christi-
onsequences are good.
uiestion session in which
Lion received the most
1e audience voted.' The
one was due to Pathik,
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Research Club will meet Wed., March
at 8:00 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Two papers will be presented:
"Current Views on Plant Nutrition" by
Prof. A. G. Norman (Botany) and "A
Persian Prophet: Zoroaster" by Prof.
G. G. Cameron.
Civil Engineering Students: Students
planning to take surveying at Camp
Davis, Jackson, Wyo. during the sum-'
mer of 1958, will meet in Room 1213 E.
Engine. Bldg. at 7:30 p.m. pn March 20.
Late Permission: Women students
who attended the Four Freshmen con-
cert at Hill Aud. on Mon., Mar. 17,
had late permission until 11:00 p.m. '
Women's Hours: Women students will
have 1:30 a.m. permission of Sat., Mar.
Coffee Hour for all interested stu-
dents. 4:15 p.m., Fri., Mar. 21, Lane
Hall Library. Sponsored by the Office of
Grants for Released Time for Faculty
Members in the Behavioral Sciences.
The University has received funds from
the Ford Foundation which have been
supplemented by University funds, to
make released-time grants to faculty
for research in the behavioral science
fields. The Graduate School is now ,ac-,
cepting applications for released time,
preferably full time for one semester,
for the academic year 1958-59. Applica-
tions should contact the Graduate,
Sclool office, ext. 3372, for information
on procedure. Applications must be
received by Apr. 2 and selections will
be made by the Executive Board of the
Graduate School early in May.
The Book Fair for Children and Young.
People-1958. An Exhibit in Observance
of National Library Week. March 21-22,.
24-29, Rackham Bldg. Mezzanine Floor.
Gallery programs to be announced.
American Chemical Society Lecture.
Dr. Heinz Gerischer of the Mar Planck
Institute, Germany, will speak on
"Methods of Investigation of Fast Elec-
trode Reactions," on Thurs., March 20,
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 1300 of the Chem-
University Lecture in Anthropology.
Prof. Sol Tax, chairman,, Department
of Anthropology, University of Chicago,
will speak on "Action Anthropology,"
Aud. C, Angell Hall, Thurs., March 20
4:15 p.m. '
Astronomical Conoquium, FrI., March
21, 4:15- p.m., The, Observatory. Dr.
Tatsuo Takakura will speak on "Storm
Bursts and Background Continuum of
Solar Radio Emission," and "Synchro-
ton Radiation and Solar Radio Out-
American Meterological Saclety,
Southeastern Michigan Branch. Fri.,
March 21, 8 p.m. Rackham Amphithe-
ater. Howard T. Orville, chairman, Pres-
ident Eisenhower's Advisory Commit-
tee on Weather Control, will speak on
"Facts and Fiction About Weather
Modification. Public cordially invited.
Burton Holmes Travelogue "Alaska"
tonight. America's last frontier, Alas-
ka, will be shown tonight, 8:30 p.m. inh
Hill Aud. in natural color motion pic-
tures. Narration of the film will be
by Thayer Soule. Tickets are on sale
today at 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. in the Audi-
torium box office.
University Lecture. "Animals and
Books" by Jean George, author and
illustrator. 4:15 p.m., Fri., March 21 in
University Lecture - "Optical Activi-
ty Due to Intramolecular Overcrowd-
ing." Melvin Newman, professor of
Chemistry, Ohio State University. Fri.,
March 21, 4:10 p.m. Rm. 1300 Chem
&A Protestant View of State Univer-
sity Education" will be the subject of
the University Lecture by Dr. Roger
Shinn, Professor of Theology, Vander-
bilt University, 4:15 p.m., Thurs., March
20, Aud. B, Angell Hall. Auspices of the
Office of Religious Affairs and the
L.S.&A. Faculty Committee on Studies
Student Recital: Howard Jewell, in
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Master of Music, will:
present an organ recital at 8:30 p.m.,
Fri., March 21 in Hill Aud. Mr. Jewell,
who studies organ with Marilyn Mason
Brown, will include compositions by
Raison, Frescobaldi, Bach, Franck,
Messiaen, and Durufle in his program,
which will be open to the general pub-
lic without charge.
Interdepartmental Seminar: Aero-
nautical Engineering and Meterology.
Fri., March 21, 3:30 p.m., 5:00 E. En-
gine. Bldg. Howard T. Orville, chair-
man, President EisenhoWer's Advisory
Committee on Weather Control, will
speak on "Scientific Evaluation of
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 Operator in
Hilbert Space." Coffee and tea will be
served at 3:40 p.m. in Room 274 W.
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,
"Seminar Mathematical Statistics"
Thurs., March 20, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Em.
3201 Angell Hall. Dr. A. B. Clarke will
speak on "A Simple Problem in Ran-
Beginning with Sun., March 23 the
following schools will have representa-
tives at the Bureau of Appointments
to interview for the 1958-59 school year.
Sun., March 23
Coronado, Cal. - Elementary; Jr. H4.
Language Arts; H.S..Math; Home Econ-
omics; English; Science,
Mon., March 24
Coronado, Cal. --- Same as above.
Tues., March 25
Anaheim, Cal. -- Agric.; Art; Bus.
Ed; Core; Driver Ed; English: Home
Econ; Ind. Arts; Journ/Photo: History/
Counseling Library; Math; Music; Girls
and Boys Phys. Edu.; Speech/Drama;
Science; Social Studies; Spanish/French.
Detroit, Mich. (Southfield Twp) -
Elementry; H.S. Homemaking, English;
Physics or Chemistry; Latin/Spanish.
Grand. Rapids, Mich. (G o d w i n
Heights) - Elementary.
Milford, Mich. -- Elementary; Elem.
Driver Ed.; Mentally Handicapped.
Wed., March 26
Holly, Mich. Elementary; Girls Phys.
Edu.; Eng/Speech; Math; Special Edu.
Marshall, Mich. -- Elementary; Jour-
nalism, English; French Spanish: Gen-
eral Math; Debate, Social Studies.
Mount. Clemens. (Macomb .County)
Special Education (all phases.)
Thurs., March 27:
Battle Creek, Mich. - (Springfield
Schools) - Elementary; Eng./SOc. St.,
Math; Gen. Sci.; H.S. Science; Chem.'
Physics; Biology; English Bus. Ed.,
Home Econ; Arts and Crafts, Speech
Grandville, Mich. -- Elementary;
Girls Phys. Ed.; Comm.; Eng.; Latin.
Pelham, N.Y. -- Elementary;. Soc.
St., Eng.; Physics; Math; Guidl Eng/
Fri., March 28:
Harper Woods, Mich.- Elementary;
Art; Vocal Music; English.
Pelham, N. Y. - Same as above.-.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg. NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Representatives from the following
will be at the College of Engineering:
Mon., March 24
Bethlehem Steel Company, Summer
Program, Bethlehem, Pa. -- Summer
Employment program open to men, 18
yrs. of age or older, who are current-
ly enrolled in the engineering school
and who can meet the basic physical
requirementa of the program. Must be
anticipating finishing their under-
graduate studies within one year of
the start of their participation in the
summer program. Must be a U.S. citi-
Bridgeport Brass Company, Bridge-
port, Conn. -- All degree levels in A.E.,
E.E., I.E., M.E., Ch.E., and Met. for
Research Development, Production &
Sales. Must be a U.S. citizen.
Chicago Aerial Industries, Inc., Mel-
rose Park, 111.- All degree levels
In E ".ME,.and-,M.. In Inotru.,for
research, Development, Design, and
field Engrg. Must .be a U.S. citizen and
prefer men with military experiena*^
For summer: Frsh, Sophs, Jrs, Srs.,
and Grad .students for general work
in technical and manufacturing areas
to familiarize students with industry
Industrial Rayon Corp., -Cleveland,
Ohio. - AUl degree levels in ChZE. for
Research, Development and Production.
-Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Div. of
California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, Cal. - All degree levels in
A.S., Ch.E., E.E., E. Mech., Met BS.
in E. Physics and El Math and M.S. in
Instru for Research, Development, and
Design. Must be a U.S. citizen for sum-
mer, grad students only.
Michigan Consolidated Gas Company,
Detroit, Mich. - B.S. in Ch.E., C.E.,
E.E., I.E., M.E. and E. Mech/ for Op-
erating departments. Must be a U.S.
citizen, men only and available in
Miller-Davis Company, Kalamazoo,
Mich. -- All degree levels in C.E. and
M.S. in construction for Design and
Construction of buildings.
Mon. and Tues., March 24 and 25
Sperry Rand Corporation, Saint Paul
Minn. -- All degree levels in E.E. and
Mathematics for Circuit and Systems
Development and Circuit Design and
Logical Design. Must be a U.S. citizen.
For appointments, contact the En-
gineering Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., ext. 2182.
Thurs.,, March 20
Procter & Gamble and Detroit Civil
Service will have displays in the base-
ment of the Union near the Cafeteria.
Stop by and get acquainted with their
Dick Wetzel Associates, Inc., Lewis-
town, Pa. a small advertising agency,
is interested in an artist who has an
understanding of offset and letterpress
printing. Would prefer a man but will
consider women too. Would be a one-
man art department with plenty of
chance for creativity. If enough stu-
dents are interested, they will come to
interview, otherwise they will pay the
expenses of the students to come there
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
University Hospital will have an open-
lug July 1st for a biochemist in the
Gastrointestinal Research Labs. Will
consider any B.S. degree and a desire
to work in basic medical research. Pre-
vious experience of biochemical meth-
ods is desirable but not essential.
State of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.
announces competitive exams for San-
itary Inspector, -Senior Stationary Engi-
neer, Senior Sanitary Engineer, and
State of New York, Albany, N.Y. an-
nounces examinations for Laboratory
Secretary, Rehabilitation Counselor
Trainee, Consultant Public Health
Nurse, Pharmacy Inspector & Narcotics
Inspector, Transfer Agent, Telephone
Operators, Research Analysts and as-
sistants in Agriculture, Library Direc-
tors, Librarian I, and Jr. Librarian.
United States Civil Service Commis-
sion, Washington, D.C. announces an
exam for Geophysicist (Exploration) No
The American Sugar Refining Com-
pany, N.Y. City has openings for Ch..
M.E. and I.E. for Chemists.
United States Department e Agri-
culture, Milwaukee, Wis. - has vacan-
cies for Farm Management Supervisors.
For further information, please con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Interviews
- Representatives from the following
will be interviewing in Room D528 in
the S.A.B. at the Summer Placenent
Thurs., March 20
Camp Wabi-Kon, Toronto, Can. Mr.
Nathan Markus will be interviewing for
counselors (men and women) The
camp is located on Lake Timagami.
Mrs. Woulter, Camp Hilltop, will Abe
interviewing for men and women
counselors Thurs. afternoon from 1-5
p.m. in Room D528 of the S.A.B.
Fri., March 21
'Camp Wabi-Kon, Toronto, Can. - see
Iron County Youth Camp,' Crystal
Falls Public Schools, Crystal- Falls,
Mich. Mr. Schulze will be interviewing
people for water front positions, arts
and crafts and nature study.
For further information, contact Mr..
Ward D. Peterson, 3528 Admin. Bldg.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
of 1429 Hill Street
needs a choir director and wilI
be happy to hear by. phone (34129)
from interested-. persons.
Baked Goods Easter Novelties
GABRIEL RICHARD CENTER
331 Thompson Street
Saturday ONLY-March 22
10 A.M.-5:30 P.M.
We Are Now Serving
Daily from 11:30 to
1:30 for 95 cents.
-3 ilcDu od
Evenings: Smorgasbord from 5 to 8 at $1.55
Also FAMILY-STYLE DINNERS
Everyone Can Afford To. Eat With Us
Come In And See
Have you seen the favor suggestions
that Chester Roberts Gifts.
Ann Arbor YELLOW CAB
offers 24-hour Service
in the city and to Willow Run
"A THINKING FELLOW CALLS A YELLOW"
Is now offering .f sprn formals
Open Sunday 12 to 6:30
and. mothers weekend?
Mimom9 iGoad 'haod
Choose from the most diversified and original
line of favors on the U. of' M.campus.
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