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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1958 .

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE$DAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1958,

uctors

lay Expect
[igher Pay
Prospective college teachers can
pect higher salaries this year
an they have in the past H.
nneth Barker, assistant director
the University's Bureau of Ap-
intments and Occupational In-
'mation said.
A starting salary of $4,000 and
000 often was offered the Ph.D.
aduate who went into college
aching. Now, the salaries range
)m $5,000 to $6,000.
[ncreased demand is the prime
tor behind the better wages.
ring 1956-57 the bureau handled
>re than 3,000 requests for col-
e teachers and administrators.
is was 50 per cent more than
e previous year.
Engineering, general science,
men's physical education and
ysics led the field with 30 or
cre" openings for every qualified
plicant. The state colleges and
iversities put in most of the
quests.
MIost colleges specified that they
,nted teachers with at least a
aster's degree.'

's irlit(s)?.
Sets of eight "souvenir bever-
age glasses" are being offered
with subscriptions to The
Alumnus magazine.
Potential subscribers are
urged by a colorful yellow and
blue bulletin to "keep their
'Michigan Spirit' up to date,"
by subscribing now and receiv-
ing the glasses and the maga-
zine at a reduced rate.
Asked if giving glasses wasn't
contradictory with University
policy on drinking, Alumni
Secretary T. Hawley Tapping
said, "There's nothing wrong
with it. We've been doing it
for 12 years."
"There's nothing wrong with
it," Tapping reiterated. "Lots
of schools offer sets of glasses.
I gave a set to Tom Harmon as
a wedding gift."
Political Club
To Organize
An organization meeting of the
Political Issues Club will be held'
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 3D
of the Union, according to Ned
McClennen, '59.

G&S Names,
Performers
For Show
Gilbert and Sullivan Society
has announced the cast for its
f o r t h c o min g production of
"H.M.S. Pinafore" to be presented
March 12 to 14.
Jerry Langenkamp, Grad, will
play Ralph Rackstraw and Cap-
tain Corcoran will be portrayed by
John Klein, Grad. David New-
man, '58, will appear as Dick
Deadeye, with Gershom Morning-
star, Grad., as Sir Joseph Porter.
Other leads will be taken by
Larry Wolf, '59SM, as the Boat-
swain Richard Kretchmar, 161M,
as the Carpenter and Rosemary
Palen, '59, as Hebe. A chorus of 46
will complete the cast.
Langenkamp, Kretchmar and
Newman had leading roles in last
fall's Gilbert and Sullivan pro-
duction of "The Sorcerer" while
Morningstar appeared as the
judge in the performance of "Trial
by Jury" on the same program.
The Society has recently elect-
ed officers to serve this semester.
Charles Menges, '58, is president,
Morningstar, vice-president and
Ann Polak, '60, secretary.

FEATURES UNIQUE DESIGN:
'U' Hospital Now Using New Chapel

Educators Form IDEA
To Help Communications
A new organization, the Indus- nation to be taken y the young
trial Design Education Association designer aftertgraduation.
(IDEA), is being formed to im- "If he passes this and has ful-
prove communication between the filled the professional pra'ctice re-

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By SUSAN WINTER
The University Hospital recently
built and dedicated a new chapel
which is located on the fourth
floor of the building.
Although it resembles a normal
place of worship in some ways, it
has many unique features.
By simply stacking and moving
all the chairs it is possible to bring
in hospital beds, stretchers, wheel
chairs and portable chest respira-
tors for those people who would
otherwise be unable to attend serv-
ices,
Alcoves Provided
There are two meditation al-
coves at the rear of the room.
These serve many functions. For
example, a chaplain can conduct
a small private service in one of
them.
It can be used as a conference
room for doctors and the relatives
of a patient. These are the only
facilities for that purpose in the
hospital-.
Seminars for training ministers
can also be held here. Polio pa-
tients who have noisy respirators
can attend the services and wor-
ship in the alcoves without inter-
fering with the concentration of
others.
Serves All Faiths
The chapel is designed to serve
all religions. Over the altar, hang
a cross with a crucifix on side and
a tablet of the Ten Command-
ments and a Jewish Star of David
on the other,
Any symbol can be removed'*if
a denominational service is de-
sired,
A hi-fi set soon will be installed
for the purpose of providing soft
music throughout the day.
Open 24 1ours Daily
The chapel is open day and
night. There are Catholic and
Protestant services each Sunday
in addition to a daily informal
worship service.
As- yet there are no organized
Jewish services because there
aren't enough patients. However,
it is possible that they may be
conducted in the future.
These services are attended by
Conference
On Burma Set
A group of University students
from Burma will attend the Tenth
Annual Burma-Bucknell Week-
end, Feb. 28 through March 2.
Held at Bucknell University in
Lewisburg, Pa., the program this
year will commemorate the 10th
anniversary of modern Burma's
independence and the centennial
of the admission to Bucknell of
their first international student,
a Burmese.

schools and colleges-where Amel-
ca's industrial designers are train-
ed, according to Prof. Aarre K.
Lahti, of the architecture school.
Formed by a group of industrial
design educators, of which Profes-
sor Lahti is one, IDEA will also
supplement activities of the two
national organizations now in the
field, the American Society of In-
dustrial Design (ASID) and the
Industrial Designers' Institute
(IDD.
Prof. Lahti said "The aim of
IDEA is not to make the industrial
design curriculum the same from
school to school, Rather, the
schools, in addition to offering
basic training in industrial design,
will continue to stress individual
aspects.
As a result of a study carried
out by IDI, it was found that the
members of the organization are
in favor of some form of exami-

quireient, r illthen become
eligible for active membership in
the society," Prof. Lahti explained.
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NEW CHAPEL-The University Hospital dedicated its chapel at
-an informal worship service January 5. The symbols on the altar
are, all removable so that denominational services can be con-
ducted. It is used by patients, their relatives and staff members.

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ministration. 16 weeks. $27.00. Assoc.
Prof. Anatol Rapoport, Instructor.
Special Case Work (in Psychology)
7:30 p.m. (Psychoolgy 193, two hours of
undergraduate work) 171 Business Ad-
ministration. 16. weeks. $27.00. Assist.
Prof.. Stanley J. Segal, Instructor.
Contemporary Novel, 7:30 p.m. 176
Business Administration. 8 weeks. $13.50
Assist. Prof. Robert P. Weeks, Instruc-
tor.
Registration for these classes may
be made in the Extension Service office
at 1610 Washtenaw Avenue during Uni-.
versity office hours or in Room 164 of
the School of Business Administration
the night of the class, from 6:30 to 9:30.
Applications for LaVerne Noyes Schol-
arships for the spring semester must
be on file by 5:00 p.m. Mon., Feb; 17
at the Scholarship Office, 2011 Student
Activities Building. This scholarship is
open to undergraduate students who
are blood descendants'of American vet-
erans of World War I. Application
forms may be obtained at 2011 Student
~Ativities Building.
Doctoral Candidates who expect to
receive degrees in June, 1958, must have
at least three boufid copies of their
dissertations in the office of the Gradu-
ate School by Friday, April 25. The re-
port of the doctoral committee on the
final oral examination must be filed
wit~h the Recorder of the Graduate
School together with two copies of the
thesis, which is ready in all respects
for publication, not later than Monday,
May 26.
Operations Research Seminar: James
C. Mouzon, Professor of Electrical En-
gineering, University of Michigan, will
lecture on "Military Operations Re-
search' on Wed., Feb. 12, 1958. Coffee
hour will be held in Room 243 West
Engineering at 3:30 and Seminar at
4:00 in Room 229 West Engineering.
All faculty members are welcome.
FOREIGN VISITORS
The following foreign visitor will be
on the campus this week. Program ar-
rangements' are being made by the In-
ternational Center, Mrs. Snoek:
Dr. Oreste Popescu, Director of Inst.
of Economics &Finance in Faculty of
Econ. Science, and Prof. of Economics,
University of La Plata, Buenos Aires,
Argentina on Feb. 12-14.
Placement Notices
Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Thurs., Feb. 13
Simmons Company, New York City,
N.Y. - Men with any degree for year-
long Sales Training Program.
J. C. Penney Company, Inc., Detroit,
Michigan - Men with BA in Liberal
Arts or Business Administration for
Home Office Trainees leading to Buy-
ing, Accounting, Sales and Advertising,
and Traffic Management. Work in New
York City. Men with BA in Liberal
Arts or Business Admin. for Store
Management Trainee, leading to Store
Operation. Trainee will be given geo-
graphic preference.
Fri., Feb. 14
The General Tire & Rubber Company,
Akron, Ohio - Men with any degree
for Management Training leading to
Production Management or Industrial
Relations; also for General Office and
Sales.
For appointments, contact the Bureau
.of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 3371.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Thurs., Feb. 13
Dow Corning, Midland, Michigan -
B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E., E.E., M.E., and
all levels in Chem.
General Foods Research Center, Tar-
rytown, N.J. - B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E.
(AM only).
Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, Calif.--
B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E., E.E., I.E., M.E.,
B.S., in E. Math and Science
City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wis-
consin - BS. & M.S. in C.E. M.S. in

Constr., B.S.M.E.
Reynolds Metals Co., Richmond, Va.
-all levels of Ch.E., B.S. in E.E., I.E.,
M.E. & Met.
The Texas Company, New York City,
N. Y. - B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E., C.., M.E.,
& Met., I.E.
US Government, Civil Aero Admin.,
Kansas City, Mo. - all levels in A.E.,
C.E., Coustr., E.E., M.E., and E. Physics.
Universal Oil Products, Riverside, Ill.,
-- B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E.
Both Thurs., Feb. 13 and Fri., Feb. 14
General Electric Co., Schenectady,
N.Y. - B.S. & M.S. in A.E. Ch.E., C.E.,
E.E., I.E., Instr., Materials, E Mech.,
M.E., E. Math., Physics, and Science,
Met., and. Nuclear.
General Tire & Rubber Co,, Akron,
Ohio - B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E., E.E., I.E.,
M.E., also B.S. in E. Math and Science.
McDonnell Aircraft, St. Louis, Mo. -.-
all levels in A.E., C.E., E.E., M.E., and
B.S. in E. Math and E. Physics.
North American Aviation, Ohio and
Calif. locations - all degrees in AE.,
C.E., E.E., M.E., E. Mech., Instr., E.
Math & Physics, Met., and Nuclear,
Also all Physics, Chem. and Math de-
grees.
Fri., Feb. 14
Air Reduction Co., Murray Hill, N.J.
-all degree levels in Met., B.S. in Ch.E.,
B.S. & Ph.D. in Chem.
Avco Manufacturing, Research and
Advance Development Division, Law-
rence, Massachusetts - all degree levels
in AE.E., M.E., E. Mech., Met., and
B.S. in Materials, E. Math & Physics,
and M.S. in Sanitary.
Barber-Greene, Aurora, Ill. -- B.S. &
M.S. in C.E., M.E., E. Mech., and M.S. in
Constr.
B.F. Goodrich, Akron, Ohio & also
B.P. Goodrich Chemical Co., Avon Lake,
Ohio -- B.S. & M.S., in M.E., Ch.E., C.E.,
and all those who are interested, Chem,
and Physics too.
National Steel, Great Lakes Division,
Detroit, Mich. -- B.S. in Che., E.E., C.E.,
I.E., Materials, M.E., E. Mech., & Met.
Pure Oil Co., Chicago, Ill. - B.S. in
Ch. E. M.E., an B.S. & M.S. in E.E.
Revco Corporation, Deerfield, Mich-
all degree levels in Ch.E., E.E., I.E., Ma-
terials, E. Math., M.E., E. Mech., & Met.
For appointments, contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W. Eng., Ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:

J.B. Lippincott Company, Chicago,
Ill. has a position available for a col-
lege representative to travel through-
out the South nine months a year rep-
resenting a textbook firm on the col-
lege level.
Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Chicago, Ill.
are looking for management consult-
a.nt among outstanding college gradu-
ates. Must be 28 to 38 and have at least
five years experience.
Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N.J.
needs a man for pharmaceutical pro-
motion work in the Saginaw-Bay City
area. Age preference: over 25. Must be
a veteran. Degree not essential but
background in biological sciences neces-
sary.
United Aircraft Corporation, East
Hartford, Conn. needs a man with an
M.A. in Metallurgy or Ceramics to ini-
tiate 4nd supervise research.
Clark Equipment Company, Jackson,
Mich. is looking for a man for a cus-
tomer sales development position with
a Mechanical Engr. degree. Age: 22-28,
prefer veteran, experience is not neces-
sary.
International Salt Company, Detroit,
Mich. needs a control chemist with a
background In both quantitative and
qualitative analysis. No age limit, pre-
fer veteran.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Summer Placement Meet-
ing, Tues., Feb. 11 from 1 to 5 p.m. in
Room D528 in the Student Activities
Bldg.
Camp Corey, Rochester, Mich., will
be interviewing men for counseling po-
sitions.
Fresh Air Society, Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Sam Skolnick will be interviewing
both men and women for the camps:
Fresh Air at Brighton, Mich. and Tam-
arack in Holly, Mich. as well as men
for counselors at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center of Detroit Day Camp.
Camp Rising Sun, (a scholarship
camp), Rhinebeck, N.Y. will interview
men.
Camp Nahelu, Perry Lake, Ortonville,
Mich. will interview counselors.
Camp Dovaja, Brighton, Mich. will
interview men.

the staff as well as the patients.
Some doctors even make a short
stop at the chapel as a part of.
their daily rounds.
Chaplain Malcolm Ballinger, a
full-time employe of the hospital
coordinates and supervises the re-
APO To Hold
Opn A Meeting;
Jones'To 'Talky
Alpha Phi Omega, the national
service fraternity, will hold an
open meeting at 7:30 p.m. today
in Rm. 3G of the Union according
to Steve Wilensky, '60.
The fraternity maintains several
poster routes on campus, offers a
ditto and mimeograph service,
assists at registration and notifies
housing units of students confined
to health service among other
services.
The only requirement for mem-
bership in APO, Wilensky ex-
plained, is a willingness to work.
Since it is a service fraternity,
members of social fraternities may
join.
Prof. Dallas Jones of the busi-
ness administration school will
speak at the meeting.

ligious program. In addition to
him a Jewish rabbi, a Catholic
priest and Protestant ministers
from Ann Arbor also serve.
Before the chapel was built, the
only religious. facilities in the
building were a small meditation
and prayer room and a converted
classroom. Regular chapel'services
were conducted in the latter. The
chapel was added on top of the
administration wing.
It was dedicated Jan. 5 and was
built with funds donated by the
Matthaei Foundation. The dedica-
tion ceremony included a private
service for the donor, his guests
and the staffs of the University
and hospital. An open house fol-
lowed the service.

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