100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 20, 1958 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1958-04-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 195

'akistani Woman Wins Unusual Degree
By JANE McCARTRY
BM... job beginning May 1, teaching
xctoral examination was held geography at the University of
esday for Saida K. Karamat, Panjab in Lahore, where her home
a student from Pakistan, is. On the way home, she plans to
cond woman in the history sstop in England to see her brother
department to earn a PhD t- ' Daudilyas who is a law student at
)graphy according to Prof.
es M. Davis of the geography In Pakistan Miss Karamat was
tment the secretary of the debating
thesis, "The Western Fron- society and the editor of the La-
' West Pakistan, a Study in hore College magazine at the Uni-
al Geography," analyzes versity of Panjab.
s factors affecting this area: Represents Pakistan
geographical location, its . . ..While here at the University,
al setting, the people of the Miss Karamat was the secretary of
er, its historical evolution, { k the Pakistan Students Association
fects and strong points and fl -* kfrom 1955 to 1956. In the summer
esent day political problems f of 1956 she won a fellowship to
cted with it." ' '-4the Institute of World Affairs at
it Pakistan, Miss Karamat Twin Lakes, Conn., a seminar at
ned, is strategically very im- which she represented Pakistan.
it, having the only overland <. :Fromn 1956 to 1957, Miss Kara-
between the Indo-Pakistan mat continued, she was on the
itinent and the rest of Asia, executive committee of the Pakis-
le wanted to study it in the _ tan Students Association of Amer-
if present day politics. ica which represents more than 500
rontier Remains Intact students at colleges all over the
frontier, her dissertation ex- country. She was in charge of the
"does not separate the international affairs of the asso-
{ ciation and of debating. The de-
or linguistic groups but cuts baigta rvee oclee
h them." The Indo-Afgan bating team traveled to colleges
r of 1893 to 1896, which SAIDA K. KARAMAT around the country for competi-
emains intact, gave British *.- Earns PhD. tions. "I am," she explained, "very
control of the frontier passes, interested in world affairs."
vastapoof.ethnit bopadss Miss Karamat suggests that for When she returns to Pakistan,
s a poor e c bundary integration of the tribes on both Miss Karamat hopes to do some
ig tribal territory betweentsides o h rnir o eeo-wiigi egah nadto
stan and British India," od th'rerfordelpwting in geography in addi
that the British have left, ment of tribal areas, for stabilizing to teaching.
has inherited the western the present frontier and for the Her three and one half years
d allits ble nd effective defense of, this frontier here have, she said, given her "a
rud to the task ole end- against any possible Russian in- much better idea of the United'
.r frontier taskof de filtration,- a voluntary merger or States," and she has "come to love
fe close politico-economic coopera- it much more than" after just one
tion between the states ofi Pakls- year."
tan, Afganistan and Iran would year.
G eologists seem. desirable."
Receives Fulbright Union Changes
.v bgC After receiving her AB and
Library master degrees in geography from Da
thout Books the University of Panjab, Miss t o Tr
Karamat came eto the University in
the fall of 1954 on a Fulbright A.change in the dates for the,
e is a bookless library con- Scholarship. She earned her second departure and return of the
only rocks maintained by masters degree in geography in a Union's an g turo he
ilversity's Geology Depart- year, and then received a graduate been gannounced.
fellowship from the- University. The flight will leave NewYork
cores and fragments, and This,. she said, made possible . her City June 22 and return Septem-
It mining industries, make from December 1956 to February ber 2 instead of the previously an
unique bookless library and 1958 in Washington doing research nounced June 21 and August 31
ory that provides 'U' geolo- at the Library of Congress. dates. The change 'has resulted
ith valuable material for She must leave for Pakistan by from a Civil Aeronautics Board
of the earth's surface and the end of the month, Miss Kara- ruling that the DC-4 plane ori-
yers. mat explained, since she has a ginally scheduled to make the'trip
ded 10 years ago by Prof. cannot be used for this type of
C. Stumm, the core library charter 'flight to Europe.
atains 50 rock cores donated Educ tiona A DC6A has been -substituted.
and salt companies. The This plane has presurized cabins
ace laboratory, initiated 14 L eand will cut the flight time slight-
ago by Prof. Kenneth K.. 'o 1VES ly over ethe old DC-4. The DC-6A
now contains nearly 3,000 has a capacity of 97 passengers as
s of drilling activities in A New York educator recently compared with the DC-4 which
LI, Canada and other states, listed' 10items as part of a "crazy carries 68.
e samples are processed by quilt pattern" which determines

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)

Lecture: "The Changing Image of
Catholicism in the United States." Rob-
ert D. Cross, Prof. of History at Swarth-
more. Tues., Apr. 22, 4:15 p.m., Angell
Hall Aud. B.
University Lecture: Frits Martini,
Prof. of German, University of Tech-
nology, Stuttgart will lecture (in En-
glish) on "The Decline of the Tragedy
and the Problem of the Drama of Our
Time." Wed., Apr. 23, 4:10 p.mc in Aud.
A, Angell Hail.
Concerts
Student Recital: Irene Kunst, who
studies voice with Thelma Lewis, will
present a recital at Aud. A, Angell Hall,
on Sun., April 20, at 8:30 p.m. in par-
tial fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of Bachelor of Music. Miss
Kunst, who' will be assisted by Caryl,
Miller at the piano, has included com-
positions by Mozart, Wagner, Duparc,
Debussy and Horsman in her program,
which will be open to the general pub-
lic.
University Symphony Orchestra, Sym-
phony Band, and Michigan.. Singers
will present the second of two-npro-,
grams of Mexican Music sponsored by
the School of Music as a part of the
Symposium on Mexican Art and Cul-
tural History, on Sun., April ,20. 4:15
p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Compositiors
by Ponce, Moncayo, Salazar, Chavez,
Jiminez, Koff, and Reed will be played.
Open to the general public without
charge. Soloists performing with the
Michigan Singers, will be Marguerite
Long, organ and Jerry Lawrence, bari-
tone, and with the Symphony Band.
John Alexander, cornet.
Student Recital: Nelita Ann True,
who studies piano with Henel Titus,
will present a piano recital in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for the
degree of Bachelor of Music on Mon.,
April 21 at 8:30 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell
Hall. Her recital will include composi-
tions by Handel, Haydn, Finney and
Schumann. Open to the general public.
Academic Notices
Department of Aeronautical Engi-
neering Seminar: Dr. Willem V. R. Mal-
.kus of the Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution, Massachusetts will speak
on Turbulent Convection Mon., April
21, at, 4:00 p.m. in -Rm. 1042 E. Engrg.
Bldg.
Placement Notices

Beginning with Mon., April 21, the
following schools will have represen-
tatives at the Bureau of Appointments
to interview for the 1958-59 school year.
Mon., April 21
South Orangetown, Orangeburg, N. Y.
-Elementary; Jr. High Math/Science;
Art; Physical Education; Reading;
Math; Science; Reading Consultant.
Tues., April 22
East Grand Rapids, Mich. -- French;
English; Elementary.
Fenton, Mich. - Elementary, grades
5 and 6.
Lincoln Park, Mich. - Elementary;
Jr. High: Math, General Science, Eng-
lish, Social Science; Sr. High: Math,
Social Science, Biology; Elementary Art,
Mentally Retarded; Visiting Teacher;
Industrial Arts.
Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Ohio -
Most fields.
wed., April 23
Grandville, Mich. - Grades 3, 4, 6
or 7;" English/Journalism or Latin.
Clio, Mich. -- Elementary; 'Jr. High:
Science/Math, English/Social Studies,
Band; High School: English, Math,
Guidance, Science, Art/Klein. Super-
vW caMetal Shop, Home ec.' Commer-
cial, Social Studies/Coach; Elementary
vocal
Los Angeles, Calif. - All fields.
Thins., April 24
Romulus, Mich. -- Jr. High: Lan-
guages/Art/Social Studies, Girls Physi-
cal Ed., Shop,.Social Studies/English,
Homemaking, Commercial, Art, Music,
Driver Ed., Latin/i other subject; Sr.
High: Spanish/Latin, English/Speech/
Journalism. Girls. Physical Ed., Boys
Physical Ed. & Health/Basketball coach.
Battle Creek, Harper Creek Commu-
nity Schools, Mich. - Guidance Coordi-
nator; Chemistry/Physics; 4th & 5th.
Howell, Mich. - Elementary; High
School: Art, Commercial; Jr./Sr. High
English; Jr./Sr. High Shop.
Kearsley School, Flint, Mich. -- All
Fields.
Maumee, Ohio -- Speech and Hearing
Therapist; Math; Head Football Coach;
Assistant Football Coach; Elementary.
Kent County, Mich. - All Special
Education; Psychologists; Social Work-
ers.
appointments, contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.

For any additional information and
PERSONNEL REQUESTS
State of New York, Department of Civ-
il Service, Albany, N.Y., announces the
following examinations. For more in-
formation regarding any of these an-
nouncements, contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg. Mar-
keting Investigator, Air Commerce Con-
sultant, Senior Sanitary Engineer, Farm
Products Investigator, Rehabilitation
Counselor Trainee, Planning Delineator,
Assistant Community Planner, Senior
Community Planner, Pharmacy Inspec-
tor & Narcotics Investigator, Laboratory
Secretary, Telephone Operator, Photo-
stat Operator ,Sr. Tabulating Machine
Operator, Commercial Artist, Artist-De-
signer, Jr. Planning Delineator, Re-
search Analyst and Assistant( Agricul-
ture), Supervisor of Secondary Educa-
tion, Consultant Public Health Nurse;
Director of Mental Hygiene Social Work,
Engineering Materials Technician, Sr.
Landscape Architect, Jr. Architectural
Specifications Writer, Assistant Plumb-
ing Engr., and Senior Sanitary Engineer.
Michigan Civil Service Commission,:
Lansing, Mich. The current April va-
cancy list is on file at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments. Stop in and browse through
It if you are interested in working for
the state.
U. S. Civil Service Commission, In-
ternal Revenue Service, Treasury Dept.
announces opportunities for college
graduates as a Revenue Officer. Also
opportunities for accounting majors
as Internal Revenue Agents.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
SUMMER PLACEMENT NOTICES
Personnel Requests
Peacock Camp for Crippled Children,
Lake Villa, Ill, is in need of both men
and women for counseling positions.
WAndeliff House, South Haven, Mich.
needs a chef for its summer resort.
Would consider a married couple if both
could cook.
Attention Teachers and Graduate
Students-Camp MahKeeNac is offering
high salaries plus room and board for
teachers at its;camp in Massachusetts.
,For further information, contact Mr.
Ward D. Peterson in the S.A.B., Room D
528 on Tues. and Thurs. afternoons
from 1 to 5 and on Fri. mornings .from
8:30 to 12.

.. II

Your best buy is a giant twelve-inch
Quickie C/tickie
FREE DELIVERY NO 2-9944

I

SYLVIA STUDIO
---- of DANCE
Class and Private Lessons in
. , . Academic Ballet-Kinder-
ballet Tap- - Acrobatic
Kinderance - Ballroom
Spanish
SYLVIA HAMER, C.C.A.
Phone NO 8-8066-NO 8-7227
525 East Liberty
Michigan Theatre Building

This is Ann...
and friend!
The dress .is enough to make
even a toy poodle
stand up and take notice.
It's new , , the blouson look that
can be worn loose as a chemise.
It's cotton pique . .. washable,
but it looks like silk.
It's purple and blue violets
on awhite backgrcund.
It's yours for only .. $25.
And your can charge if cat
FOR TOWN AND COLLEGE
302 South State Street

I

4

NO

8-9604

FREE DELIVERY

NO 8-9604

5577 Plymouth Rd.
Home of ┬žood PIZZA -- and PROP CHICK, a
complete fried chicken dinner.

III

i

i
S4

NO 8-9604

FREE DELIVERY

NO 8-9604

11

,.

I

DOWNTOWN

I

SWING

into

SPRING

t

'4'
1I
{Ff !
- m:k ,vm } f
t
.4.
r
t r
r4"A ~ 'A

w s
V'.'5

I

11

II *~#iu#c;e,.
1~A~w#I
w

AI.

,' .
- 1 '>'
.::
>1/

t4
,
'i

i
r.

the

Portside "SAILOR BOY" pajama'
with deck pants ... Sizes 32-38 ... $6.95

z f? {is here!

I

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan