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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-yard Initiates
gal Fund Drive

vard college recently started
imni committee in Ann Ar-
help raise $82,500,600 for
raduate education ih the
hree years.
Harvard program is the
effort in the school's 320-
ifstory to build up its edu-
al resources. The local com-
is to take the lead in get-.
ipport from other Harvard
A living in the Ann Arbor-
nti area. A total of $20,100
g sought locally.
. C. Theodore Larsen of the
ecture college is committee
ian. Other members include
C Gies
laternities

Prof. Richard C. Boys of the Eng-
lish department, Guy C. Larcom,
Jr., Ann Arbor city administrator
and Prof. James G. Miller of the
psychiatry department and head
of the University's Mental Health
Research Institute.
There are 78 Harvard College
alumni in this area,, of whom 52
are on the faculty or staff of the
University. There are also 166
alumni from various Harvard
graduate schools with 115 of these
people connected with Michigan.
The committee will hold a kick-
off dinner in the ballroom of the
Michigan Union on Tuesday even-
ing, April 1. Dean McGeorge Bun-
dy of Harvard and Vice-President
in charge of Faculties Marvin L.
Niehuss will speak on the emerg-
ing problems of higher education
in America.'
There will also be a film, "To
the Age that is Waiting," which
dramatizes great moments in the
life of Harvard. Alumni groups
from Detroit, Dearborn, Flint,
Jackson, Lansing and Toledo
have been invited along with the
alumni group from this area.
Endowment for new professor-
ships and higher faculty salaries
is one of the major goals of the
fund-raising drive. Other objec-
tives are funds for new residence
halls, a student theatre,-visual arts
center, and a new and larger stu-
dpnt health center.
Money, for buildings for astron-
omy, chemistry, and the behavior-
al sciences is also needed. Finally,
more endowment is being sought
for the Harvard Library, addi-
tional student financial aid, and
for the athletics-for-all program.

) -Prizes

a Alpha Psi and Phi Ep-
'I fraternities received In-
ernity Council's awards for
ship at the fraternity pres-
dinner last week.
award for the fraternity,
the greatest .improve-
iring the last year was won
pa. Psi and Phi Epsilon Pi:
eta Tau won the award for
ghest academic average.
ficates of Award, an ino-
this year according to Rob
'58, IFC president, were
o Herbert Wagner, G., for
k on the Fraternity Buyers
,tion Board of Directors
Graham Conger for his
s secretary-treasurer of the
i Council and on the FBA.
IFC also gave recognition
of gold and silver keys to
rs of the Council who had
for one and two: years.
bers of the Executive Com-
.district representatives
committeemen, who had
for one year-received silver
id men who, had worked for
ars and IPC officers were
gold keys.
;ying gold keys were Trost,
umming, '58, John Gerber,
rt Getz, 58, Fred Wright,
d William Cross, assistant
f men for fraternities.
r keys- were awarded to
uhala,*158,. Hank Kerr, '59,
inger, '58, Neill Peters, '58,
rana, '59, Robert McElwain,'
u Kolb, '59, Jack Mitchell,
ick Christopher, '59, Phil
'58, Brian Moriarty, '58E,
Ilaspie, '58E, Tom Prunk,
d Dick Spindle, '58.
IFC also gave awards to
Rubin, '58E,, and Chuck
, 58, for their work on the
nity Buyers Association.

floor of Barbour Gymnasium. Students
registering on Wed. evening, please usej
the basement entrance. Students who
have completed their physical educa-4
tion requirement and wish to registeri
electively may do so on Mon., Tues.
or Wed., Mar. 31, Apr. 1 and 2 from 81
a.m. to noon in Barbour Gymnasium.
Preliminary Ph.D. Examination in
Economics: Theory examinations will be
given on Thurs., and Fri., Apr. 24 and
25, 1958. The examinations in other sub-
jects will be given beginning on Mon.,
Apr. 28. Each student planning to take
these examinations should leave with
the secretary of the dept.,of econom-
ics not later than April 5, his name,
the three fields in which he desires to
be examined, and his field of special-,
ization.
Placement Notices
Personnel Interviews
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Canada Life Assurance Company,
Jackson, Mich. Location of work -
State of Michigan. Men - with B.A. in
Liberal Arts or B.B.A. for Sales.
R. H. Macy Stores, The Lasalle and
Koch Co., Toledo, Ohio - Men and
women with B.A. or M.A. in Liberal
Arts or B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Junior Ex-
ecutive Training :Program. Work in all
Macy stores is available.
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago,
Chicago, 111. Men with BA. in English
or B.B.A. for Auditing, Bank Exami-
nation, Personnel and Planning.
Sarkes-Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind. - Men with degrees In Accounting
or equivalent for Executive Accountant.
Men for Producer Performer. Women
for Television Performer and Stud*
Assistant. Men for TV Time Salesman.
Men for Copywriters. Women for Secre-
taries.
Tues., April 1
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner &
Smith, N.Y-Men with B.A. or M.A. in
Economics for Sales Training Program.
Men with B.B.A. or M.B.A. for finance.
Men with B.A. or M.A. in Liberal Arts
who have a sincere interest in working
with this firm.,
Warburg Company; Grand . Rapids,
Mich. - Men and women with B.A. or
M.A. in Liberal Arts or B.B.A. or M.B.A.
for Merchandising Trainee. Women in
Junior or Sophomore year and Interest-
ed in Summer Work for College Board.
The Ohio Oil Company, Findlay, Ohio
-Men with B.A. in Econ. B.B.A. or
M.B.A. for Marketing Training Pro-
gram.
College Life Insurance Company of
America, Indianapolis, Ind. - Men with
B.A. or M.A. in Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or
M.B.A. for Sales and Sales Management.
Wed., April 2
Herpolsheimer's, Grand Rapids, Mich.
-Men & wome. with B.A. in Liberal
Arts, B.B.A. for Training Program.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Detroit,"Mich. - Men with
B.A. in Liberal Arts,.or B.B.A. for Sales.
For appointments, contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Attention Women! Market Research
Corporation of America, Chicago, Ill.
has an opening for a Field Supervisor.
The work woulfd require residence in
Chicago but be free- to travel approxi-
mately one half of the time. During
your travels this person would be hir-
ing, training and supervising members
of the field staff, who conduct inter-
views with consumers and visit retail
outlets for the purpose of taking store
audits. Qualifications are: Minimum of
Bachelor's Degree, Age 22-32 Years, Wili-
ingness to locate in Chicago and desire
to travel. Would you please come to the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., and look over their booklet to
see if you might be interested and if
enough girls are truly interested they
will come to the campus to interview.
Attention Men and Women: Dick
Wetzel Advertising, Inc., Lewistown,
Pa., has need for an artist. Qualifica-
tions are creative ability, talent for
pretise mechanical work, technical un-
Be Sure to Browse
thru the fastest growing
POCKET BOOK"
AND PAPER BACK
department in Ann Arbor
For The Best in Books
Shop cat
FOLLETT'S
State St. at N. U.

derstanding of various production
methods -- principally letterpress and
offset printing. The person they would
employ would be the equivalent of a
one-man art department to start. He
would enjoy close liaison with their cli-
ents, providing the new artist with an
opportunity to develop his work and see
it through to the finished product.
Thus his growing sample kit will be
made up of items he has produced him-
self in their entirety. If you are inter-
ested in the psition please come into
the Bureau of lAppointments, 3528 Ad-
min., Jldg., or call on the phone, ext.
3371, to give us yur name. If enough
students are interested they will come
to the campus for interviews.
Representatives from the following
will be at the College of Engineering:
Fri., March 28
National Waterlift, Div. of Cleveland
Pneumatic Industries, Inc., Kalama-
zoo, Mich. .- All degree levels in A.E.,
E.E., M.E., E. Mech. B.S. in Mat'ls, E.
Math, E. Physics, and Science for Re-
search, Development, Design and Test.
Must be June or August graduates.
California Standard Oil Company,
Perth Amboy, N.J. -- B.S. and M.S. in
Ch.E. and M.E. for Design Engineering
and Process Development. Upper half
of class only..
Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc., Dallas,
Texas - All degree levels in A.E., C.E.,
E.E., M.E. and B.S. in E. Math for Re-
search, Development and Design. Must
be U.S. citizens.
Chicago Bridge & Iron Company,
Chicago Erection Division, Ch1icago, Ill.
-All degree levels in C.E. and M.S. in
Construction for Development, Design,
and Production, Construction and
Sales. Must be a U.S. citizen and men
only.
City of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. - B.S.
and M.S. in C.E., M.S. In Constru., and
Instru. for Design and Construction.
Must be a U.S. citizen.
Parke, Davis & Company, Detroit,
Mich. - B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E., E.E.,
I.E., and M.E. for Development, Design,
and Production.
Spaulding Fibre Co., Tonawanda, N.Y.
-B.S. in Ch.E., C.E., E.E., I.E., M.E. and
E. Mech. for Development, Production,
Sales, and Liaison. Prefer U.S citizens.
Vickers Inc., Division of Sperry Rand,
Detroit, Mich. -B.S. and M.S. in E.E.,
I.E., M.E., and E. Mech., B.S in E.
Physics for Research, Development, De-
sign, and Production and Sales. For
summer: A very limited number of va-
cancies.
Wheeling Steel Corporation, Wheel-

ing, W. Va. - B.S. in Ch.Z., C.E., I.E.,
M.E., and Met. for Research, Develop-
ment, Production, and Operating Main-
tenance. Must be a U.S. citizen and
men only. For summer: Srs, in above
fields.
For appointments, contact the Engi-
neering Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg.
ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:
Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge,
Mass., a contract research firm has
openings for experienced and newly
graduated people in the following areas:
Biology, Chemical Engineering, Chem-
istry, Electrical Engineering, Indus-
trial Engineering, Management Serv-
ices, Mathematics, Mechanical Engi-
neering, Physical, Chemistry and Physi-
cal Science.
Burgess Battery Company, Freeport,
I1. has openings for Research, Develop-
ment and Engineering positions for
Physicists or Chemists.
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Com-
pany, Muskegon, Mich., have 'three va-
cancies: 1. Chief Mechanical Engineer,
2., Senior Production Engineer and 3.
Staff Assistant to Vice President in
charge of manufacturing and engineer-
ing.
Wyeth Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa.
needs a man for Pharmaceutical Sales
in Traverse City, Michigan. Prefers a
pre-med background with chemistry
and biology. Should have some feeling
for sales work. Should be 25 or older.
Possible openings in Ohio and other
parts of Michigan.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adiin.
Bldg., evt. 3371.
Summer Placement Notices
Note that Wurzburg Company, Grand
The Easter
New Hairdo's
are here ! !
'styles galore
to flatter you -
" No appointments needed--
DASCOLA BARBERS
near Michigan theatre

Rapids, Mich. is interviewing at the
Bureau of Appointments, on Tues., Ap-
ril 1 for Women for summer work on
their College Board. Call ext. 3371 for
appointments.,
S. S. Aquarama, will be interviewing
on Wed., and Thurs., March 26 and 27
in Room 3-G in the Michigan Union.
All those who turned in application
forms to Mr. Ward D. Peterson last
week should stop in and make arrange-
ments for an interview time.
Personnel Requests
Yellowstone National Park, wants to
employ about 100 students as service
station attendants. Minimum age is 18.
Steuben's Summer Hotel, South Ha-
ven, Mich. needs waitresses and a social
director. Girls who can play a musical
instrument, are preferred.
For further information contact Mr.
Ward D. Peterson, 3528 Admin. Bldg. or
come to the Summer Placement Bu-
reau, D-528, S.A.B. on Tues., or Thurs.,
afternoons and Fri. mornings.

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Junior Girls" 'Y
Thursday, March 27
Tickets $1.25
Friday, March 28
Tickets $1.50
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

3003 S.A.B.

Organizational Meeting
All interestedj students and faculty
with or without flying experience,
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BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
402 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science. "Some Studies in Quantitative
Judgment." W. Torgerson, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology. 3:30 p.m.,
Thurs., Mar. 27, 3217 Angell Hall.
Cancer Research Seminar: "Biosyn-
thesis of Nucleic Acid Pentoses in In-
tact Cells." Dr. Isadore A. Bernstein,
Dept. of Dermatology. Thurs., Mar. 27,
7:3 p.m., Rm. 1564, E. Med. Bldg.
Zoology 217 (Cellular Physiology). The
fiist meeting of this course will be
held Mon., April 14, in 4014 N.S., at 8
a.m. Previous D.O.B. notice of date
was incorrect.
Physical Edducation -+ Women: ,Wo-
men students who have not completed
their physical education requirement
will register for the spring season- on
Wed., Mar. 26, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and
on Thurs., Mar. 27, 8 a.ms to noon.
Registration will lie held/on the main

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ORGANIZATION NOTICES

tarian Student Group, seminar,.'
a 26, 7:30 p.m., First Unitarian
:h. "Is theresn Escape from Man's
ential Situation?" Transportation,
Union and Stockwell at 7:15.
ama Delta, Lenten Vespers, March
30 p.m., Lutheran Chapel.
-ASME, meeting, March t26, 7:30
SAB 3003, Speaker: J.lL. Shapiro,
Phoenix Memorial Project.
sics Club, meeting, March 26,
p.m., 2038 Randall Lab., Speaker:
H. Fregeau, "Electron Scattering
Nuclear Sizes."
versity Lutheran Chapel, Lenten
r Service, March 26, '7:30 p.m.,
ran Chapel.
versity of Michigan Flying Club,
Izational meeting, March 26, 7:30
3003 SAB. All students of the' Uni-
,y, with or without flying experi-
are welcome.

ASCE, meeting, March 26, 7:30 p.ni.
Union, -.3rd floor conference room.
Speaker: Mr. Harry Conrad, Topic: Con-
,stru9tion.
Political Issues Club, organizational
meeting, March 26, 8:00 p.m., Union
3M. All members urgently requested to
attend.

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