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H «________A pnmrlcmn16 iwN. stuens inersdaTayori
ili- i C ncet WEELR: ew ~ookDAIY O FICAL ULLTIN ickson i m 52 1te-Admin. Attention NY aStudents:Tylrmn
U.S. Race Is Isingle and married for couneing po- summer obs still available.
c , sitions. Watch the DO on Tues., Aprl return from your spring v
15 ,fr"further information.. , have'-looked oaver the lob
(Cnine fo'Pg'4rerocencebry ger4e m30 . r-Thurs., .April 3 ties in your home town, p
A \ cholar (Cotinued from Fgs_4)_________necessary._Ae._24_toS0. Representatisneative om tre followinglocomecom ntontheheSummerrPpaa
L/ i l !1ductioni Planning Tranee. B.A. or MA. campswil be interviewing all after- re in Room 1)? 528, SA.B
'al ofetere n/h at on trial Management. Will also consider rea, Room D 528' in the S.A.B. the U. and :also many es4
cs~l 's ue ; mon Room before the seminar, men in other-fields with strong back- Camp Hilltop,:Walloon Lake, Mch. still avalabe.The Butrau ii
x e~rtea f erttutel ng- oexperience required, and women for a rdng cunsaeor p- oons and fromn-8:0 to 12:.1
The greatest detrimnet to y; nering Seminar: "The Transition Pro- The Brush Beryium Cmany, stion. ' mornings. Come in and ,b
'. American-Asian rlations is the g r ces in the Tube Flow" by Dr. Rune Clveand, Ohio are Interested in mn YM-YWCA Teenage DayCamp and a watch the DO for annou
A Lindgren of the Royal Institute of who have advanced degrees in the field 7125-yr.od day cap,REst Tremont, interviews
k ~. problem of Integratinlg the Negro ,Technology, Sweden, Thurs., April 3, of metallurgy, particularly physical, to"
'Aito American society, says Prof. 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 1042 E..Engrg. Bldg. work in their Research and Develop-r
Alber Wheler f th medial Smina In ppile Matematcs wll ment Division.N .itI
AletWelro h mdcl<s-Lever Brothers :.Company, . ityU-- -
S~ho1. ea interested n well-qualified young
'.chool.y sr meet on Thr., April. 3 at'4 p~m. in men for. their Engineering Training " UN P.
Spaigbfr h nvriyRoom 246 W. Engrg. Roger D. Low, Iowa-
z, Spakig beore he nivesitys sstate College will talk on his research Program. Will consider either grad-
chapter of -the National Associa- work in the theoy of elasticty. Re- ates wthout engrg. experience o those -_____
f smnswl esre 34 ~. with about two yaes military or ci- So les and Service
tlon for the Advancement of Col In Room 274 W. Engrg.iin nierigeprine'esr
7 oed Pope"latTusdyro B.S. In M.E. but will consider other e -
,rdPopelstTedaSrfh ieering degrees if there is a substan- SH EAFFER PARKER ESTERBRO4
Wheeler said that only a smallt Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap- tial amount of work In the mechanical V
plied Meteorlogy: Engineering. Fri. field. -: .
minority of. the Americans who April 4, 3:30 p.mo., 5500 E. Engrg. Bldg. The Clary Corporation, San abriel
'r. James A. McLean will speak on "At- Calif. needs salesmen for their businessx-
have traveled through the Far rt,* ... - *y..i....ospheric Pollution by Aeroallergens: machines. e
East Will dey that the''lnequalty v..........Y.....Medical Aspects." Wyeth Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pan fl
which the Negro Citizen receives L*Sho diso et pl. has need of a man for pharmaceuti-a
iii he nitd Sttes isthe asi caionDRans frAthELaSNooAold'sae wr-min Traingwt. 1 I4E LNadShoAdsinTe:AplclslswrknTrverse City, Mich 'a r Vlfi
for bad relations with Asiatic > " writes new book mission Test to be held April 19 are background in Chemistry and Biology
nations.: available at 122 Rackham Bldg. Appli- Age: 25,or over. There may also be
~~~~D.In the past half century, he Dr Hazel Lin, a former Bar- cations for this test must be received other openings n Ohio and -Mich. -iuww
f ,° aith Ngr ascoe on hurScoaratth nieritin Princeton, N. J. on April 5, 195. The Dow Chemical Company, Mid-aU-MfOBE U .L L
~-Ichard C lay, 59E, attendanlt in the ad teNgo a oea ogburShlratteUivriySand, Mich. has an opening or a womn. J' U.UR ,Z.MdUJ
ng lcsdistance'-n..-salsigeul-eetypbihdhrscn DotrlEaiainfoEdadsafasitnin-hwoe'Peo--
ne Elek the needleon a recording oOifetalshngenalrcetllpblsedheRecndiltlyEamnaioMursdarisafoslstogyn;heWoensPeso-hihtewththshie itze.Ths anolhRell, uicloy;thss:neoDpttushhveaSlasaatMe 31StSutrtaeetre
phony ts begin the frsthi-fl ccr oncert held rgt ihtewiectzn Ti novel, "The Moon Vow;'"'"Quant's Versuch ener Anweisung die inG uidanc e use lingsorasychoA.
ma e y 1 pe l e ten esthe co ce tldl c ncy, " lw ver, s in 'c he ACP The book deals w ith the "for- Flote traveriere zu spielen: A Trans- IoG u i tani n g ao n e eien ps cehno,_ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _
.,hlyr ic ieNAP ation and Study. Thre:, April 3, E. education or :sociala service. Epr xperience m ______________________________
and Tchaikovsky were also' played on the and affiliated organizations are bidden"- psychological areas in-s Council Rm= Rackham Bldg., at 4:00 s desirable but not required. Age: 30
n unit. Thle Lounge now has a, collection of still a long way from achieving hbiting a_ young Chinese bride p~m. Chairman, L. E. Culer. to 4.'
ovr$800, ;and "well-balance" between th-~ gas and threatening her marriage. It Bome Air Development center, R-
ov r - .- ominetDreLn'sscintficPla em nt"otiesman Engineering:Laboratory, riffissPA S P R3
Plr acrig1rof,. Wheeler cited a few op Airit n ndrtadigForce sas, N. Y. has immedate
muiCa.achievements of the Negro qual- AtninMxcnadVnzea openings for four Physiological and Ex-,
tmoeetveth pattnof her own country. Citizens: perimental Psychologists (Human En- '.
Fiyears a: the elimination of poll i Dr. Lin studied at the University PrceJ.Gml f eioan ierng1ihvtlatMatrJe
. }-- -Venezuela have positions open for na- grees in Experimental Psych.-'Addition- '
.U i Y~~~~d ~gration in the federal government Peking Union Medical College. tsing, sales, Purchasing, and their qiualfy the candiate for a higher Civil A d P r- ofC u s
an+amd oceinoe .n Presently sheIs a practicing doc-Comptroller's: Division. Must be grad-. service grade.
________and____________a_ r e oeroes, theSurme trInNwJesyadauliiduating in 1958. f you are interested, Eaton Labs, Milford, Mih. needs a
creaes f Neroe, th Suremeforin Nw Jrsey an a qaliiedplease contact the Bureau of Appoint- salesman at External and Internal
'atot oleehsanune' e outdcso-fritgae Fellow of the International COI-' ments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., Ext. 3371. Medicine for Infections. Will work in
DarmhCplafohldr asannen aculynewm or-ecso o ~itadHe"TePronlRe:Mno-Ysatira.AydgewthOE ~S
schools, the establishment Vb a lege of Surgeons the Jcson-Bttlercreek-dealamP ESazoo- t
lolicrs. hi lan ft hie o faused bym-cvil rights commnission,. n a- Hrfirst novel, "he'Physi- Kimberly- PronlClrks,Corporation, Neasome nrscience coura n eswlee onider
sage of a " .watered down", civil cians," was published in 1951, and Wis. have the following three positions only two years of college. Would like -
e liberal ta h n previollus y rightsbil translated into 14 languages. open at the present time: 1. Male Per- two years sales experience. Prefer mar- 4f
t and Treasurer John F. Meck said, because ~il sonnel Trainee. Desire a college gradu- vied man. Age: 25-40. S tr a
Str choice of colleges, Iireases the amount te-ohstae ore"pitn o Lucas County child welfare oar, ;4 m11ies ffrom
no lgbe n ipiisthe ne S a e T r s n .T li7s nsc ard a caree in Id the field of person- Toledo, Ohio is looking for a staff per-
thonse-rnotno elgbeadsmifs "Wa ne St te o;re en1Ta ksie suhrsindstrial relations, ng-son In the field of hld development AnAbro
"trial management, personnel manage- an akinre inerst n ocil as
he aid.~~~ ment, economics, public speaking, so- work. -B.A. required and Masters de-U..2Sut
ofBgpr a eetyO o l g 'o te s r ilg n scooy utb bv sired. Experience is desirable but not js
0T e o le aP o e s rteaverage. scholastically. No exper- necesaryPalcard.Rdi.
TheyUnvesty ence is necssary.a2. SaesnOfficegSu er- say
'rga nwihvlntesfo h on visor Trainee. Prefer Bus. Admin. de- Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo,
rormnArhth:cleelvlfrtefrttime. Wayne State University has st fWsosnEgihdpr-gree but will consider Industrial Man- Calif. is in urgent need of Naval Archi -__________________________________
- h olg ee o h is scheduled a "Symposium on the "iyo isosnngihdprt gmn;Industrial Engrg.. or -Per...tects._--'
itarted with the Spring semester, is sponsored College Professor" featuring four meet, and Dr. Norbert Weiner of sonne Admin. Must want to make a For further information, contact the
ird Foundation. The 19 volunteers Include.. the Massachusetts Insttute., of career of Office Management and have Bureau of Appointments. 3528 Admin.
.Amerlean educators, Apr11 16 aild above-verage scholastic record. No ex- Bldg., ext. 3371.-
entist, a lawyer and businessmen. 17 tteRchm Mmra Technology._______________________________
ramtheUniersty f Brdgeortfel~tht Buldig, etriD.. David Riesman of the Uni-
i umthpedUniversiyof;,u Br d niidgea flshtBidng eri.versity of Chicago and Dr. Haroldnt
utpereeviofqaledidvdas The program will deal with un- Taylor, president of Sarah Law- O Ui
f their time to colassroo teaching, but who drstanding the role of the mnod- rence College, will speak on April ,
on a part-time basis. . emn American college professor in 17.o~h laBy
;. " " °s. ociey tday. . " C ("BhA riefoot Boa ithCeek."
soit oa.All for speakers will present a i B
in its membership forthe first time in ten '16 will include talks by Dr. Helen topic at 8 p~m. April 17 at the STATE and LIBERTY
White, chairman of the' Univer- DetroitInstitute of Arts
Inng, meti, a vote of the membership A FRAT TO RiEMEMBER
n: uTuane U niversity, Purdue University,
cutr n ehanic Arts and Pennisylvania, Eery year, as we all know, the Benevolent and lrote
* a * flf A r or ~ LL W C B IOrder of Collegiate raterntes awards a highly covetedF
s si . vw om~ en to the fraterity house which, in its judgment, heas done
iihenb erg College has recently been award- t AL . v" i tlLeI I1 most to promote and enhance the fraternity way of life,
Energy Coiiission to be used for equipment offe* s 4=hoii S f iceIl" prie this year-eight hundred pounds of putty-goes to
atomic physics. wte .Wllw" Alpha Hernia chapter of the South Dakota College of enti
s in their junior and senior year are given 1n fl e dr1 y and to W 1!Ko un and Renaissance Art.
concepts, theory, instrumentation and ex- ai
suhtpc;a~eaiiyterntr f"A THINKING FELLW CLS" LW T hawardnhisyear isexeptioallrcly ereditfo
such~~~ tois a eatvt ter, aueof, CLSAYELT S BP \E.A..R Aph ernia house is the ve~y model of all a fraternity sh
damental particles of radiation and inter- at _____________ iv L be. t is, first of all, a most attractive hioule'physically.
ld radiation. NO 3-4244! NO 3 -2424 outside walIs are tastefully covered with sequins.1unning a
* * .*________________________________________ 'b~ ~the uper story is a widow's walk, with a widow stationed e
kfordl Colleg>e will include a i52-day art tour by. three feet, Mooredto the chiineypot s the Graf Zeppln
ier session. ______________________________
nine European countries to study modern r i
incue.Te or r imtdt 0proswU series of ten orientation sessions on campus L EA V E Y O R Do aki 'o~ uics orSrn
irvey the arts of Medieval'and Renaissance -- -
4(Iviialmaoarmuemaswell as O EJE C O Rf~ D PL A VY ER vacation ..,to give as gifts ...;
llr# viiIl}ao r uem s~.~. .P. ~Eies-cr rpdycto le ah
nterest.ions offer delightful 'old-fashioned"
the MUIflCE TERRe...r. charm. They're daintily dotted in F
,i ..,~; g s white .. .trimmed enchantingly With .-l

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300 South Thayer «e. PHONE NO 2-2500 self-fabric eyelet embroidery and'
ring se- tey I.lamn>stn ibos
ity has byth report, was found iIn theglaigstnrbn.
C25,661, Horace Rackham School of Grad- :
Groes- ut tdewihhsattlo We will have a specialist- repair
tversity's 5,342 students, an increase of 8.3 'twieyuaeo aain
d Rec- per cent. it hie yuar n aato.I.
The engineering college showed E .{' kl .
the second greatest increase ac- FE PCNU T NrDR<..... y
1Arbor cording to the report. Its enroll- i OR QUAD OFFICE. I
tuetswent of 3,002 is a 7.6 increase over I *
re last latea.. l U.$'< Indoors the house gives animpressin of simple, asual ch
accord- The literary college recorded an,________________________'* The chapter room is furnished in homey maple and cIf
enroll- enollentof ,75,"athre°pr -with a dash of verve provded by a carp pool three hunl
w ntIncrasey feet in diameter. A waterspout rises from the center of the
us Un- On campus, the men outnumber } .v..5 r' with the housemother bouncing on the top
utthe owv, the e yto rtio oe ratio. Members' rooms are gracious and airy and are provided
the e- oweerthetotl raio ! mn S4;. ~.beds which fold into the wall and are never seen again.:
re. to women at the. University Is re- r "°Mdcae ore oEe1, o1m n n y r[ $..r room also has a desk, acomfortable chair, a goodreading h
.. available for kidney-shaped membes.
of h no . r .o Perhaps the most fetching feature of the house are thep
CoolComfrt .. ' ofMarlboros stacked in heaps wherever one goes. If one wv
Co lCnfot*. ... ' ' to enjoy a fine filtered cigarette in any room of the hous
one need do is reach out one's hand in any directioand
W a sh f'n' W ear { " p a Marlboro. Then one rubs two pledges together, lights
y <;<. Marlboro, and puffs with sweet content the tastiest smok
TROPCAL .l M mind of man has yet devised.
TR O P C A LkV~.7Z. LY ..~,.....>The deor, the grace, the Marlboros, all combine tor
S I Shandles all laundry with .. l..su° Alpha Hernia a realgaser of a fraternity. But a fraer
pamore than thin gs it is also people.'And it is in the people d
O f'x e t c a e a d a t e to m en t th at A lp h a H ern ia really 1hn s
<<ph Hernia has among it s members the biggest PM
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED _____ .n... ..^7"~ ....A on the entire campus of the South Dakota College of Den
DACRO NI BL END d and Renaissance Art. There is, for instance, Wiliam M
in al te nw shdes..k, r~~i 'i; and. ,peace Sigafoos, charcoal and bun chairman of the annualS81
inaltenwshds.t claIy Pick-up n Delivery BABY DOLLS ... in pink blue Club outing. Then there is Dun Rovin, winner of last y
$'7 wnn cat all ReSidenCe Hal or peach, sizes small medium or oa> All-South Dakota State Monoply Championship, 135 P

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ity is

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