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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1958

ipanese Editors Visit U.S.,
iscuss Magazines, Trade

Top A ward
Presented
To Student
John Lauder, 158, of the engi-
neering school has won first place
among representatives from 14
mid-western colleges and universi-
ties in the Student Technical
Paper Competition.I
The award was announced last
week in East Lansing, during the
Great Lakes District Meeting of
the American Institute of Electri-
cal Engineers. The district meet-
ing of the AIEE, the world's larg-
est engineering society, was held
on the campus of Michigan State
University.
As first place winner, Lauder
received a plaque, $25, a certifi-
cate and an all-expenses-paid trip
to the AIEE Summer General
Meeting at Buffalo this June.
Speech Group
Meets Today
The annual spring meeting of
the Michigan Speech Assoiation
will be"held today in the Frieze
Building.
The program includes sectional
meetings this morning to discuss
problems and techniques used in
the areas of general speech, the
theatre, interpretation, and radio
and television.
Following will be a general busi-
ness meeting of the Michigan
Speech Association and a panel
discussion of communication in
the afternoon.
The University Speech Depart-
ment is sponsoring an Open House
from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m. and from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in connection
with the event.
Plan To Hold
Open House
The annual psychology open
house will be held today from 1:30
to 4:30 p.m. on the third floor of
Mason Hall.
It will be sponsored by the Psy-
chology 31 staff.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

-Daily-Bruce Bailey
EDITORS' CONFERENCE-Shozo Ogiya' (right), editor of a
Fapanese magazine, discusses journalistic aid other matters with
ichard Taub, acting Daily Editor (foreground). Ogiya is on a
wo-month tour of the United States.'

(Continued from Page 4)
Concerts
University Symphony Orchestra: A
concerto concert will be heard in Hill
Aud. on Fri., May 9, at 8:30 p.m. Parti-
cipating as soloists will be Nelita True,
pianist, Willis Patterson, basso, Kath-
leen Course, flutist, Arthur Hegvik,
saxophonist, Marjorie Crampton, vio-
linist, and Michael Avsharian, vidlinist
and the following student conductors:
Robert Hause, Howard Howard, Carl
Karapetian, Thomas Course, Harry
Dunscombe and David Effron. The pro-
gram will include compositions by Mo-
zart, Griffes, Wieniawski, Ibert, Men-
delssohn and Brahms. Open to the
public.
Student Recital: Jack Heller, violin-
ist, will present a recital in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for the
degree of MAter of Music in Aud. A,
Angell Hall,;on aSt., May 10, at 8:30
p.m. Mr. Heller studies violin with Gil-
bert Ross, and will perform composi-
tions by Vivaldi, Walton, Bach, and
Ravel. Open to the public.
Academic Notices
Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap-
plied Meteorology: Engineering. Fri.,
May 9, 3:30 p.m., 5500 E. Engrg. Bldg.
Donald C. Winner will speak on "Snow
Suiveys and their Uses" - Chairman:
Dr. Donald J. Portman.
Near Eastern Studies Departmental
Seminar: "Problems of Universities in
Arab Lands." Dr. Constantine Zurayk,
Vice-President of the American Uni-
versity in Beirut and medieval Islamic
historian. Mon., May 12, 4:15 p.m., 2029
Angell Hall. Interested faculty and
graduate students invited. The regu-
lar monthly departmental seminar will
meet May 28 instead, of May 14.
Doctoral Examination for Harold A.
Dundee, Zoology; thesis: "Habitat Se-
lection by Aquatic Plethodontid Sala-
manders of the Ozarks, with Studies on
Their Life Histories," Fri., May 9, 3024
Museum Bldg., at 3:00 p.m. Chairman,
N.G. Hairston.
Doctoral Examination for Raymond
William Holton, Botany; thesis: "Pyru-
vate Metabolism and Electron Trans-
port in Neurospora Tetrasperma," Fri.,
May 9, 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg., at 9:00 a.m.
Chairman, A. S. Sussmnan.
Doctoral Examination for Tariz B.
Khammash, Nuclear Engineering; the-
sis: "Elastic-Plastic Thermal Stresses
in Cylindrical Reactor Fuel Elements,"
Fri., May 9, 401 W. Engrg. Bldg., at 10
a.m. Chairman, P. M. Naghdi.
Doctoral Examination for Stanley
Allan Murch, Engineering Mechanics;
thesis: "Some Plane Elastic-Plastic

Problems," Fri., May 9, 351 W. Engrg.
Bldg., at 1 p.m. Chairman, P.M. Naghdi.
Doctoral Examination for Glenn Neil
Patton, Fine Arts; thesis: "Francisco
Antonio Guerrero y Torres and the
Barque Architecture of Mexico City in
the Eighteenth Century," Fri., May 9,
204 Tappan Hall, at 3:00 p.m. Chairman,
H. E. Wethey.
Doctoral Examination for William
Lloyd Wainwright, Engineering Me-
chanics; thesis: "On Some Aspects of
Non-Linear Elasticity," Fri., May 9,
351 W. Engrg. Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chair-
man., P. M, Naghdi.
Placement Notices
Personnel Requests:
Rand McNally, Chicago 80, Ill., is an-
nouncing a management training pro-
gram forsGraduates in Liberal Arts
and Industrial Management.
McNamee, Porter & Seeley, Ann Ar-
bor is looking for Consultant Engineers
with B.S. or M.S. in C.E. particularly
the phases of Structural and Sanitary.
Howard Miller Clock Co., Zeeland,
Mich. needs an Engineering or Wood
Technology graduate interested in wood
product manufacturing for Methods
Engineering.
City of St. Paul, St. Paul, Minn. is
looking for Civil Engineers for public
works design and construction.
Sundstrand Aviation, Division of
Sundstrand Machine Tool Co., Rock-
ford, Ill., is looking for an Electrical
Engineer who has special graduate
training in generator theory.
U.S. Gypsum Co., Chicago, 111, is look-
ing for a Canadian citizen for purchas-
ing Trainee who is a Ch.E. or Chemist.
Whirlpool-Seger Corporation, St. Jo-
seph, Mich. is in need of Ph.D. candi-

dates in E.E., M.E., E. Mech. or Physics
for Product Research and Development.
Alco Products, Inc., Schenectady, N.Y.
is seeking applicants with any degree
in Nuclear, Ch.E., A.E., E.E., M.E., or
Met. Also Chemists and Physicists for
Research, Development, Design and
testing of Nuclear Reactors and Nu-
clear Power Components.
Boeing Airplane Co., Seattle, Wash.,
is seeking all degree levels in A.E., C.E.,
E.E., M.E. and Met. Also B.S. in E.
Math or Physics for Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Production and Sales.
All aplicants must be U.S. citizens.
Caltex Service Company, New York,
N.Y. are looking for top graduates with
a B.S. in E.E.
Deming Company, Salem, Ohio needs
a June graduate who has specialized in
hydraulics.
Lever Brothers Company, N. Y. City
is announcing an Engineering Training
Program for men with a degree in M.E.
State of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.
Is currently announcing the following
examinations. Closing dates for appli-
cations begin on May 14.
Assistant to the Director of Aero-
nautics Administrative-Fiscal-Manage-
ment Officer Grade II, (Budget-Man-
agement), (Accountant-Auditor), Spe-
cial Investigator-Mtor Vehicles, Indus-
trial Training Officer (Printing Press-
man), Social Worker, Grade III, (Public
Assistance) (Child Welfare), Social
Worker, Grade I, Fishery Biologist,
Grade I (Inland), Supervising Speech
and Hearing Therapist, Dietitian.
State of Michigan, Lansing, Mich.
announces the following current civil
service examinations: Bacteriologist I
and II, Biometrician IV, and Fisheries
Biologist IV.
Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Mass.
has the following current vacancies:
Administrative Dietitian, and Associ-
ate Director of Nursing Education.
An Ann Arbor Firm is seeking three
or four experienced men-or women for
Government Contract Administration
and Negotiation, Budgeting and Cost
Analysis. No age limit.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement Notices
Representatives from the following

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will be interviewing students for sum-
mer employment in the Summer Place-
ment Office, Room D528 in the S.A.B.
Fri., May 9, 8:30 to 12
Rena-Ware Distributors, Mr. Bob
Minarik is seeking men for sales work
all over the state of Michigan.
Real Silk Co., Mr. Roy Jenkins is in-
terviewing men and women for sales
work anywhere in the state.
Fri., May 9, 2 to 4 p.m.
Camp" Ta-Wa-Na-Ma, Charlevoix,
Mich. Mr. Gunnerson will be interview-
ing nurses.
Tues., 'May 13, 1 to 5 p.m.
Real Silk Co. - See Friday's Listing.
Jackson County Girl Scout Camp.
UE

You can sell your
Textbooks

Miss Janet Hays will be interviewing
women for positions as Unit Leaders.
Must be 21 years of age and teaching
experience is desired.
Camp Nahelu, Ortonville, Mich. Mr.
Stan Michaels will be interviewing men
for counseling positions.
GOTHIC
FILM SOCIETY
presents
THE SOUTHERNER
(U.S., 1945, dir. by Renoir)
and
THE BESPOKE
OVERCOAT
(Br., 1955, by Wolf Monkowitz)

anytime at

FOLLETTS

Monday evening-8:00 P.M. at
Rackham Amphitheater
PLEASE BRING PENCIL
Admission is by membership
subscription only. For further
information call NO 3-1430.

for CASH !

MMMEMMA

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THE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE and DESIGN PRESENTS:

Exhibitions
Demonstration
Sale
Movies.
Speakers
Dance
Exhibitions
Demonstration
Sale
Movies
Speakers
Dance

A& D OPEN HOUSE
May 9 andl0
and
UNI-STRUT
May 10 -8:30-12
Martha Cook Tennis Courts
"AN EXPERIMENTAL DANCE"
costume and beard prizes
($1.25 a couple)

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American magazines, such as
Life," "Look," and the "Saturday
Evening Post" are "interesting,
)ut not too highly intellectual,"
ccording to Shozo Ogiya, editor
f the "Shukan Asahi" weekly
nagazine of Tokyo, Japan.
Ogiya, visiting the United States
with Shimpei Ikejima, managing
ditor of the monthly magazine,
'Bungei Shunju, said he was
impressed" with the Consumers
guide, and that "the covers of the
Saturday Evening Post' are very
nteresting, too."
The Japanese visitors are in the
Jnited States under the auspices
if the International Educational
Exchange Service, sponsored by
he State Department.
Their visit will last two months,
nd in' that time they plan to
'isit all regions of the country, al-
hough their primary interest is in

the publishing business, Ogiya
said.
One of the most frequently
asked questons, Ogiya said, con-
cerns Japan's relations with the
Chinese, Communists. He said the
Japanese people feel that trade
with Red China is necessary.
"We want the American people
to realize that Red China is very
close to Japan geographically and
that we want to trade with them,
although we do not necessarily
have any political affiliation with
them."
Ogiya also commented on the
popular sentiment in Japan
against nuclear bomb testing.
"When there is a demonstration
in Japan against the bomb test-
ing, it isn't necessarily Commu-
nist-inspired. The J a p a n e s e
people have had previous experi-
ence with bombs, and they know
the dangers that result."

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