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VARSHA-JO DEMOREST.
pared to United States pro-
s average salary of two and
lf times a manual workers',
Soviet professors receive 16
more, Alexander G. Korol of
4assachusetts Institute of
ology said yesterday.
of is a member of the senior
eh staff at the Center for
ational Studies at MIT, and
e of the foremost United
experts on the Russian
tional system.
4ook to United States
o1 said that the Soviet in-
al engineering schools are
g to the United States for
tion to repetition in train-
ach school is a special,train-
nter for engineers of a cer-
ndustry.
an this system originated in
130s, there were few ndus-
,nd it worked very well, he
Now there are many indus-
which require similar basic
ig which could be given
one school more easily.
United States system of
ag engineers consists of pre-

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of the doctoral committee on the final
oral examination must be filed with
the Recorder of the Graduate School
together with 2 copies of the thesis,
which is ready in all respects for pub-
lication, not later than Mon., May 26.
Lectures
Political Science Graduate Round
Table and American Society for Public
Administration: Social Seminar. "Is
Public Administration Disappearing?"
by Dwight Waldo, Prof. of Political
Science, Univ. of California. Thurs.,
Mar. 27, 8:00 p.m. Rackham Amphi-
theatre,
University Lecture by Prof. Henry
Guerlac, "The Origins of Modern Sci-
ence in the 16th and 17th Centuries,"
Fri., March 28, 4:15 p.m., Aud. C, Angell
Hall.
The next meeting of the Geography
Journal Club will take place on Thurs.,
Mar. 27. at 8:00 p.m. in the E. Conf.
Room, Horace H. Rackham Bldg. The
guest speaker will be Dr. Robert J.
Goodman, Assoc. Prof. of Geography
at Wayne State University, Detroit,
who will speak on "Geography Through
Visual Presentation." The lecture will
be illustrated by slides. Graduate stu-
dents in geography ,their families and
friends, and students interested in
techniques of visual presentation are
cordially invited. Refreshments will
be served following the lecture.
Gallery Program: The Book Fair for
Children and Young People. Mezza-
nine Floor, Rackham Bldg. Thurs., Mar.
27. "Cyrus Hunts the Cougar" by Mr.
Clark Hopkins at 4:15 p.m. "What Goes
into an Historical Book" by Mr. How-'
ard Peckham and "Storytelling" by Mr.
Gus Leinbach at 7:00 p.m.
Gallery Program: The Book Fair for
Children and Young People. East Gal-
lery, Mezzanine Floor, Rackham Build-
ing. Fri., March 28. "Breaking Into
Print" by Miss Frances Wright and
"Storytelling" by Mrs. Mary Ann Ste-
venson at 4:15 p.m. "Illustrators of
Children's Books" by Mr. Robert Igle-
hart at7:00 p.m.
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. Seymour
B. Sarason, Yale University. "Studies
in the Anxieties of Children." Fri.,
March 28, 4:15 p.m., Aud. B, Angell
Hall.
Astronomy Department Visitors'
Night. Fri., March 28, 8:30 p.m., Rm.
2003 Angell Hall. Prof. W4111am Liller
will speak on "Artificial Satellites."
After the lecture the Student Observa-
tory on the fifth floor of Angell Hall
will be open for inspection and for
telescopic observations of the moon
and a double star. Children welcomed,
but must be accompanied by adults.'

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., Cin-
cinnati, Ohio - All degree levels in
M.E., and E. Mech. B.S. in E. Math
and M.S. in Instru. for Research. Must
be a U.S. citizen.
Sarkes-Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind.-B.S. in Ch.E.. E.E., M.E., E. Math,
Met., and E. Physics for Research, De-
velopment, Design, Production, Sales
and Television Personalities. Prefer
those without military obligations.
Morning appointments only.
Standard Oil Company of Ohio, Cleve-
land, Ohio (Summer only) - Sophs,
Jrs., Srs..in Ch.E., M.E. and Chemists
for Engineering Development and De-
sign.
U.S. Govt., Navy Bureau of Aeronau-
tics, Washington, D.C. - B.S. and M.S.
in A.E., C.E., E.E., and M.E. for Re-
search, Development, and Design. Must
be a U.S. citizen. For summer: Will in-
terview a limited number of third year
students interested in summer employ-
ment. Jrs, to assist professional engi-
neers.
Naval Avionics Facitity, Indianapolis,
Indiana - All degree levels in E.E.,
M.E., and M.S. in Instru. for Research,
Development; and Design. Must be a
U.S. citizen.
Mon., March 31 and Tues., April 1
Sunbeam Corporation, .Chicago, Ill.
-All degree levels in E.E., M.E., E.
Mech., Met., and M.S. in Ch.E. for Re-
search Engineering, Product Develop-
ment; Product Design and Tool De-
sign. Must be a U.S. citizen and men
only.
For appointments, contact the Engi-
neering Placement Office, 347 W.
Engrg., ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests
IBM, Qwego, New York. The Airborne
Computer Laboratories of the IBM
Military Products Division has open-
ings for experienced engineers and sci-
entists for applied research and prod-
uct development. The following post-
tions" are open: Radar Systems Engr.,
Aircraft Instrumentation Specialist,
Systems Engr., Radar Engineer, Iner-
tial Guidance Engr., Digital Computer
Engr., Analog Computer Engr., Test
Equipment, Packaging Engr., Ground
Support Equipment Engr., Theoretical
Physicist, Computer, Analyst, Control'
System Analyst, Senior Programmer,.
Statistician, and Experimental Psychol-
9gists.
Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion, Elgin, Illinois has a vacancy for
a Health Education Program Director.
Excellent Salary. Any B.A. or B.S. de-
gree but recreation or physical educa-
tion background preferred. Must have
W.S.I. No experience necessary.
Fischer & Porter Co., Detroit, Michi-
gan has a current vacancy for a Sales
Engineer to call on Consultant engi-
neers, contractors and municipalities.
Prefer a man with sales experience, age

27 to 35. Prefer Sanitary Engineer or
someone with mechanical aptitude.
J. L. Hudson Co., Detroit, Michigan
has need of a secretary who can take
shorthand and do statistical work. At-
tractive and stylish young lady desired.
Age 25 to 35, will take 23 if especial-
ly mature.
Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, Michigan
needs a salesman to work in high
schools and sell high school annuals
in the Midwest area. Could live any-
where in Midwest. Prefer any college
degree, draft exempt or veteran, no ex-
perience necessary. Age 25-40.
Haller, Inc., Plymouth, Mich. needs
a metallurgist to work with powdered
metals. Would prefer someone with ex-
perience but will consider a new gradu-
ate.
Wagner & Co., Ypsilanti, Michigan
needs someone to job advertising pen-
cils, either locally or anywhere in the
U.S. Full or part-time work. Can be
done without a car if necessary.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Notices
Representatives from the following
will be interviewing at the Summer
Placement Bureau, Room D-528 in the
Student Activities Bldg.
Thurs.,.March 27, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Camp Ne-Kana, Manistique, Mich.
Mr. Douglas Salisbury will be inter-
viewing for general counselors, Nature
lore counselors and Waterfront person-
nel.
Camp Charlevoix, Charlevoix, Mich.
will be interviewing men and women.
Detroit Council of Camp Fire Girls,
Detroit, Mich. Miss Miriam Bixler will
be interviewing women for counseling
positions.
Camp Oak Hills, Harrison, Mich., the
Saginaw County Girl Scout Camp. Mrs.
Helen N. Carpenter will be interview-
ing women for positions.
Camp Commission, Detroit Confer-
ence of the Methodist Church. Mr. Rob-
ert Crosby will be interviewing both
men and women who are interested in
working in a small-group camping pro-
gram.
Fri., March 28, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Camp Commission -- See Thursday's
listing.
Camp Charlevoix - See Thursday's
listing.
FDR-AFD-CIO Children's Camp, Port
Huron, Michigan will be interviewing
men and women for counseling posi-
tions.
Thurs., March 27
S. S. Aquarama will be interviewing
all those who have already turned in
their application blanks in Room 3-G
in the Michigan Union. Please stop in
and make arrangements for your ap-
pointment with them.
Beginning with Monday, March 31,

the following schools will have repre-
sentatives at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments to interview for the 1958-59
school year.
Monday, March 31
Albion, Mich.-Elem.: Boys and Girls
Phys. Ed.; Soc. St. (7th); JHS Gen.
Sei.; 1HS Eng.
Fraser, Michigan - Elementary.
Midland, Mich.-Elem.; Ed. Research;
Elem. Prin; HS Eng.; Lang; SS; Math;
Science; Ind. Arts; JHS Core Speech;
Vocal Music; Boys Phys. Edu./Coach.
Van Dyke, Mich. (Fitzgerald PS) -
Elem.; JHS Science; Football Coach;
Phys. Ed.
Tuesday, April 1
Saginaw, Mich. - Elem.; Mentally
Handicapped; Upper Elementary Oral
Deaf.
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (South Lake
Schools) -- Elementary; Mentally Re-
tarded.
Wyandotte, Mich. - Elementary: All
grades; Vocal Mus.; Inst. Mus.; Art;
Library; Art/Libr.; Sp. Corr.; Phys. Ed.;
JHS Eng.; SS; Math; Boys and Girls
Phys. Ed. Mentally Retarded; HS Eng.;
Chem.; SS.
Yale, Mich. -- Elem.; Ind. Arts; Inst.
Mus.; Librarian; Eng./SS.
Wednesday, April 2
East Jackson, Mich. - Elementary;
Speech Corr.; Elementary Principal;
JHS English.
Mt. Clemens, Mich. -- Elementary;
Art Coordinator; JHS Math/Science.
Monday, April 14

Birmingham, Mich. - Elementary;
Elem. Art; Math (Grades 10-12); Span-
ish/French.
Tuesday, April 15
Battle Creek, Mich. - Elementary;
English; Soc. St.; Math; Science; JHS
Typing; Ind. Arts; Home Econ.; HS
Mech Draw.; Chem.
Birmingham, Mich. - Same as above.
Rochester, New York -- Elem.; Eng-
lish; Math; Science; Girls Phys. Educ.;
Special Educ.
Wednesday, April 16
Grand Rapids, Mich. --" Elementary.
Milan, Mich. - JHS Sci.; SS; Dr. Ed.;
HS Math; Chem./Phys.; Eng./Drama &
Forensics.
Walled Lake, Mich.-H.S. Eng.; Eng./
Fr.; Sociol./Couns.; Math; Comm.;
Girls Phys. Ed.; JHS Voc. Mus.; Girls
PS; Eng; Art; Elementary; Mentally
Handicapped; Sp. Corr,
Thursday, April 17
Garden City, Mich. - Elementary.
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Elem. Art;
Bus. Ed.; Eng.; Latin; Lat./Fr.; Fr./
Eng.; Homemaking; Ind. Arts; Libr.;
Math Phys./Math; Biol; Gen. St.;
Spec. Ed. Rem. Read.; Visit. Tchr.
Kalamazoo, Mich.-Elem.; Art; Mus.;
PE; Nurse; SS; Eng; Unified Biol;
Lang.; Set.; Math Special Educ.; Coor.
of Sec. Edu.; Diagnostician; Physio
Therapist.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489,

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-Daily-Paul Nida
ANDER G. KOROL
dies Russian schools

ing a basic springboard of
rial from which one may
after graduation, he said.
Ideas Changing
ie technical ideas of science
changing so fast that what
it be 'taught in college today
d be out of date by the tlme
ident graduates, Korol said.
s these ideas are left for the
ent to discover upon gradua-.
ie Russian industrial schools
originated so that industry
it obtain the most qualified
in the shortest time.
e summer after graduation
. an industrial school is spent
ig college . entrance exams.
year 1,400,000 persons com-
d secondary education and,
'00 were accepted in the uni-
ties. One hundred thousand
led in the technical schools
Leir second choice. Most of the
ents who were admitted to the
ersities had gone through two
s of work. These older stu-
s are better prepared than
ones just graduating because
ecent crowded school condi-
, he said.
nder Government Control
e universities of the country
under the ministry of educa-
and the central governmen-t.
e. agencies decide what is to
ught in all of the schools for
rgraduate work.
'ol said that most of the
Iate work is done in the re-
h institutes, which were ori-
ly set up to work out imme-
problems of industry. The
done here now is very free
no prescribed curriculum2
Russians are now realizing
disadvantages of separating
teaching and the research
s, Korol said.
Organization
Notices
sian Circle, movie, March 28, 8:00
Rackham Aud,4 Film "The Anna
'based on a short story by Chek-
Admission free.
ng Republicans Club, meeting,
1 27, 7:30 p.m., Union 3D. Speaker:
Kenneth Boulding.
el, Sabbath Service sponsored by
Phi Epsilon, March 28, 7:30 p.m.,
ling Cohn Chapel.
* * *
ta Kappa Alpha, meeting, March
p.m., SAB,
ag Democrats, Executive Board
3g, March 27, 4:00 p.m., 3548 SAB.
stian Science Organization, meet-
farch 27, 7:30 p.m., Upper Room
"all,

Concerts
Recital by students in Music Edu-
cat ion: A recital by students Music
Education will be presented in the
Rackham Assembly Hall on Thurs.,
March 27, at 8:30 p.m. The students
participating in the program are Janet
Ruffner, Nancy Grawemeyer, Martha
Rearick, Jane Hirschman, David Whit-
wel Barbara Halpern, Robert Ritsema,
Rut Biggerstaff, Southard Busdicker,
Larry Lusk, Judy Dickstein, Charles
Wunderlich, Ellen Hagenau, Larry Wolf,
Mariann Cox, Janet Gardner, Robert
Steakman, Charles Heard, Carol Sta-
vash, Kay LaDouceur, Robert Brandzel.
and Russell Bedford. The program will
include compositions by Bach, Briffes,
Chabrier, Boccherini, Milde, Delle Joie,
Saint-Saens, Quilter, Vaughn-Williams,
Schulhoff, Galuppi, and Birandzel. Open
to the general public.
Placement Notices
Exhibit: Thurs., March 27: The So-
cony-Mobile Oil Company will have an
all-campus display in the basement of
the Union near the cafeteria. They will
be interviewing on Fri., March 28 at
the Bureau of Appointments.
Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be interviewing at the College of
Engineering:
Monday, March 31
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company,
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York - B.S.
in Ch.E., C.E., E. Math, E. Physics, E.
Mech., B.S. and M.S. in E.E., IE, and
M.E. for itesearch, Development, De-
sign, Production, and Sales. Must be a
U.S. citizen, first preference to gradu-
ates who have completed their military
obligation.
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Daily Classifieds

INCORPORATED
(Leader In Oi1. HydraulIcs)
t F a y a s 16 1 a 1g
Extends An Invitation To
Students Majoring In Engineering & Science
To Explore Employment Opportunities
In Engineering, Research, Sales
And Manufacturing With
The World's Leading Manufacturer
Of Oil Hydraulic Equipment
Our Representative Will Be
On Your Campus
FRIDAY,
MARCH 28, 1958
See Your Placement Office
To Arrange An Appointment
VICKERw"IS-
THE LEADING NAME
IN HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
DIVISION OV SPERRY RAND CORPORATION

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