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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

idaring Committee Releases Report

Organization)4
Notices9rf
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be necessary to eliminate any
rts.
he accomplishment of the ed-
ional objectives of the aca-
ic calendar is limited by the
nt to which the students sup-
the calendar. The committee
times that the student body
conscientiously accept respon-
lities under a calendar recog-
ig their vital interests.
ghese responsibilities include
ending classes immediately
eding and following vacations,
le realizing the decision for
ndance at any class is that of
individual students.
unseling . .
he committee envisions that
lents will ultimately assume
reater degree of the responsi-
;y in electing their courses. It
ild be desirable that more fac-
r advisors be available for con-
ation. This approach is suc-
ful in one school of the Uni-
ity, and would be consistent,
i an advance registration pro-
m.
The study of the committee

shows that 65 per cent of the Uni-
versity's students work to finance
their education. While the Com-
mittee does not believe that the
educational goals should be sac-
South Qtuad
Quadrants Tap
Faring forth from Sherwood
Forest, the merry South Quad
Quadrants robbed the rich quad-
land of it's best young yeomen,
initiating them into the stout-
hearted band, entrusting them to
watch over the poor quaddies.
The following drank the sacred
mead early this morning: f
Tom Bickle, '59; Dick Burdick,
'58; Tex Chertkov, '60; Dave Croll,
'60; Bob Curtis, '59A&D; Jim
Dyer, '60E; Jerry Hedetnieme, '58;
Dennis Jablonski, '59E; Bill Jones,
160; Paul Kosmensky, '58; Clark
Rose, '59E; Bob Snyder. '60A&D;
Bob. Wojciak, '58Mu; Pete Wolff,
'59.
Honorary member, Mark Noff-
singer.

rificed for employment opportu-
nities, it is our view that in con-
structing the calendar pre-Christ-
mas and early summer employ-
ment be accorded full considera-
tion.
Plant Maintenance...
Plant maintenance includes the
upkeep of all buildings and
grounds of the University. As
there is an increase in the use of
University facilities, there will be
a need for the maintenance of the
plant on a year-round basis rath-
er than as now primarily during
campus dead periods.
The committee recommends
that the Plant Department anti-
cipate this gradual change with
plans for a year-round operation.
This preliminary report is made
available to the community at this
time so that any reactions to the
tentative recommendations / of
the committee--be they in agree-
ment or disagreement - may be
studied by the committee.
Accordingly, it requests indi-
viduals and groups to express
their feelings to the committee
either in person, or by letter.

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t fall on Thurs., May 1, 4:00 p.m
2408 Mason Hall. The nature of the
gram will be discussed, and the stu-
its will be invited to raise ques-
is. Sophomore students are parti-
arly invited, but Freshmen who are
rested in the program are also wel-
e.
he Seminar in applied mathematics
. meet on Thurs., May 1 at 4:10 p.m.
room 246 WE. Mr. Hubert Hunzeker
1 continue his talk on "Torsionof
fts of Varying Cross Sections." A
fee hour will be held in room 274
. at 3:45 p.m.
pecial Seminar - L. B. Slobodkin,
t. Prof. of Zoology, will speak on
ergetics of Daphnia Populations." A
.ew of several years' experiments in
trolled manipulations of popula-
a levels. Thurs., May 1, 4:15 p.m.,
. 2082, Nat. Scd. Bldg,
2 Interdiseplinari Seminar on the
lication of Mathematics to Social
ence: "A Model of Inter-City Air
vel." John Lansing, Assoc. Prof. of
nomics. Thurs., May 1, 3:30 p.m.,'
3217 Angell Hall. Coffee served in
Math Common Rm. before seminar.
11 applicants for the doctorate .who
planning to take the May prelimi-
y examinations in Education, May
27, 28, 1958, must file their names
h the Chairman of Advisers to
duate Students, 4019 Univ. High
ool, not later than May 7.
aterdepartmental ;Seminar On Ap-
d Meteorology: Engineering. Fri.,
y 2, 3:30 p.m., 5500 E. Engrg. Bldg.
. Munn will speak on "Micrometeor-
ical Applications of Dimensional
lysis" - Chairman: Prof. Oscar
ler.
octoral Examination for Roy Lee
ler, Chemical Engineering; thesis:
.e Influence of High Pressure on
Properties of Hydrogen-Oxygen
onation Waves," Thurs., May 1,
. E. Engrg. Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chair-
a, S. W. Churchill.
octoral Examination for Paul Fred-
k Basch, Zoology; thesis: "The
phology and Biol gy of Ferrissia

Fusca (Adams): A Comparative Study
(Gastropoda Pulmonata)," Fri., May 2,
3024 Museum Bldg., at 9:00 a.m. Chair-
man, H. van der Schalie.
Doctoral E x a m i n a t i on for Kuei
Chuang, Electrical Engineering; the-
sis: "A Study of Nonlinear Systems
with Random Inputs," Fri., May 2,
1075 E. Engrg. Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chair-
man, L.F. Kazda.
Placement Notices
Beginning with Mon., May 5, the fol-
lowing schools will be at the Bureau of
Appointments to interview for the 1958-
59 school year.
Mon., May 5
Brighton, Mich. - Elementary; Eng-
lish/Speech; Vocal Music; Commercial;
General Shop; Librarian; Math; JHS
Science.
Tues., May 6
Albion, Mich. - Elementary; JHS &
SHS Girls Phys. Edu.; 7th gr. Soc. St.
Erie, Mich. - Elementary; JHS-SS/
Eng; Science/Math; Elementary Art.
Fenton, Mich. - JHS Math; English;,
Elementary.
Pontiac, Mich. - Elementary; JHS
Math; English/Math; Business Edu. (no
shorthand); Girls Phys. Edu.; Phys.
Edu./Eng. or SS; Speech; Eng./Read-
ing; Art (man); English/Spanish or
French.
Wed., May 7
Belleville, Mich. - Elementary; Elem.
Vocal Music; Elem. Art; JHS English;
SS/Hist./Govt.; Girls Phys. Edu.; HS
Vocal Music; Vocational Machine Shop;
Visiting Teacher; Speech Correction.
Blissfield, Mich. - Elementary Vocal
Music; HS Band/Instr./Chorus; JHS
Band/Instr.; HS English/Art; Biology;
Farm Mechanics/General Shop; Guid-
ance/Counseling.
New Haven, Mich. - HS Science (Bi-
ology; Vocal Music; Girls Phys. Edu.;
7th grade SS.
Three Rivers, Mich. - Gen. Science/
Math; Art Supervisor; Guidance Direc-
tor; Speech Correction.
Thurs., May 8
Almont, Mich. - Homemaking; 7th
grade; HS English.
Caldonia, Mich. - Elementary; Girls
Phys. Edu.; Basketball Coach/SS; Com-
mercial.
Imlay City, Mich. - HS English: Sci/

Math; Elementary; Speech Corr.; Com-
mercial.
Mt. Eden, Calif. - Elementary.
Otsego, Mich. - Elementary Vocal
Music.
St. Joseph, Mich. - Physics/Math;
Shop; Latin/French; Elem. Girls &
Boys Physical Education; Elementary.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
State.ofMichigan, Civil Service Ex-
amination Announcementv -Curren
examinaations are -being given for En-
gineer Trainee I, Drainage Engineer
IIIA, Institution Social Worker I, Ac-
countant I, II and III, and Academic
and Vocational School Teachers, IA and
II.
WHIZ and WHIZ-TV, Southeastern
Ohio Broadcasting System, Inc., Zanes-
ville, Ohio, has a number of openings
at one of their progressive television
stations. They are. interested in young
graduates in advertising or television.
Also young people who have taken
courses in sales and/or management
and are also interested in broadcasting
and television.
State of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.
is announcing competitive examina-
tions for state service in the following
fields. The closing date for applications
is May 7. Clinical Psychologist, Airport
Fire Chief, Right of Way Purchaser,
Senior Physician (Psychiatric), Key
Punch Operator, Grade II, Medical So-
cial Work Consultant,, Stenographer,
Grade I, Typist, Grade II, Typist, Grade
I, Calculation Machine Operator, Grade
JI, Maternal and Child Hygiene Physi-
cian, NVedical Technician (Electro-
cardiography) and Junior Highway En-
gineer.
Boys' Clubs of America, Personnel
Service, N. Y. City is listing three cur-
rent full-time professional positions:
Program Directors in N.Y. City, North-
ern Ind. Central Mass., Northeastern
Mass., East Central N.Y., Northern N.J.
and Southwestern N.Y. Physical Direc-
tors in South western N.Y., Western
N.Y., Northwestern Penn., NY. City
and Eastern N.Y. Educational Directors
in Central Mass. and South Central
N.Y. Qualifications are any degree in-
volved with youth work or any degree
combined with experience in youth
work.

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