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THE MICIGAN DAILY
Smoking Has Hinsdale-Pres
rent Reasons Special Code To Sing at De
(ifaThe belief that all students like
r musicand should be encouraged
to sing led Anthony Barresi,
By NANCY VERMULLEN Grad., to organize a Hinsdale
. Smoking, like any other social House-Prescott House Choir in
practice, has its own code of eti- East Quadrangle last fall.
quette Barresi, studying music litera-
y uSmart coeds know the social ture, said that there is a tenden-
importance of making their smok- cy for people to relax after din-
ing an art, and not merely a habit. ner by gathering around the piano
f for a sing. His realization that
Never light your own cigarette many fine singers could come
in the presence of a man; allow from a group such as this, led him
him the gentlemanly courtesy of to start the choir.
doing it for you. When accepting Members 'Interested'
the light, remain s t a n d i n gHem s ntetes
straight. You may lift his hand 22e has condfcted the singing of
to. oldthe igh stedy.22 members of these two houses
who "were interested in music but
There's at least one in every did not have too much time to
dorm: the perennial cigarette- participate in University spon-
moocher. Everyone runs out of sored musical programs."
cigarettes sometimes, but there's The choir will sing Wednesday
-Daily-Harold Gassenheimer a difference between borrowing night in Rackham Auditorium in
lopfer, from Germany, Virendra Gupta, and "bumming." When you do Detroit at a scholarship banquet
Vita, from Argentina, and Jim Bailey, borrow, it's only good manners to honoring incoming freshmen from
gather around Mrs. Marion George return the. favor, the Detroit area who have re-
s honored at yesterday's International There's a time and a place for ceived Regents Alumni Scholar-
ears of work with international students, everything, including smoking. ships.
That time is not during a job in- Demonstrate Activities
terna- Generally, entertainment is not terview or between courses at a "We are representatives indica-
Mrs. planned for each tea, P. Krishna- dinner. tive of what can be done in a
murthy, Grad., president of the Places where smoking is apt to house group-participation," Bar-
Idlady, International Students - Assoca- be in poor taste include the street resi said. "We will be meeting
g Ann tion, said, but if a tea falls on a and the dance floor. Also, it is al- many students at this dinner," he
rd of national holiday of one country, ways bad taste to stub out your continued,. "and you might say
James students from that country may cigarette in anything but an ash that we are giving them a pre-
d Mrs. plan a program. tray., view of a type of recreation that
:aising Next Thursday will be the last How about it? Are you up on they will find in many of the
idents. scheduled tea for the semester. your "cigarettiquette?" residence halls."
CIAL BULLETIN _
Barbara Doctoral Examination for Warren ty Boys Camp) --Guidance/Physical tory, Cambridge, Mass,.has open a po-
s: "Re- Cheney Benedict, Near Eastern Studies; Education. sition in computation work. Salary
p Con- thesis: "Urartian Phonology and Mor- Dearborn, Mich. -- H.S. Math/Sci- open. Male with an M.E. in Physics,
orkers," phology," Sat., May 24, 2023 Angell ence; Commerce/Math, Eng., or S.S. Astronomy or Mathematics is desired.
ackham Hall, 10:00 a.m. Chairman, G.G. Cam- East Orange, N.. - Business Educa- Immediate opening.
n, H.Y. eron. tion (Steno & Typ.); Math. State of Michigan, Civil Service, ex-
Edwards, Calif. - English; Special ami'nation announced for Institution
Doctoral Examination for David Ed- (Remedial Students). Chaplains. Applications must be filed
Andrew gar Delzell, Zoology; thesis: "Spatial Elmhurst, Ill. - English; English/Re- by June 11, 1958. Examination date will
is: "Be- Movement and Growth of Hyla Cruci- medial Reading; Chemistry; Spanish; be announced at a later date.
Chronic fer," Sat., May 24, 2089 Nat. Sci. Bldg., Librarian; Girls Physical Education. For further information contact the
Haven 9:00 a.m. Chairman, F.H. Test. Fennville, Mich. - English; Social Bureau of Appointments, Rm. 3528,
Smith. Studies. Admin. Bldg., Ext. 3371,.
Doctoral Examination for Lyman Jay Hastings, Mich.-Girl's Physical Edu-
Everettummer Placement Interviews:
Gould, Political Science; thesis: "The cation;, Librarian.Fr.M ayn
retForaker Act: The Roots of Amerian Midland, Mich. - Elementary Art. Fri., May 23
"A De- ks Mount Clemens, Mich. - 9/10th Math Stanley Home Products, Inc., will be
Hden-Colonial Policy," Sat., May 24, 4609 interviewing students who are interest-
Learn-HFor any additional information con- ed in summer 'work, at the S.A.B. be-
fication Kallenbach. tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 twen 9:00 and 12:00 a.m. in Rm. D528.
.v.-High Dctoal a t f i a t Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489 Joseph E. Cooke of the Princess Coal
Robert DoctoralExamination for Richard Sales Company will be interviewing stu-
John Ross, English Language & Liter- dents interested in summer work, at
ature; thesis: "A Wild Civility: Robert Personnel Requests: the S.A.B. at 8:30 a.m. in Rm. D528.
Herrick's Poetic Solution of the Paradox Scher & Company, Chiago 7, Ieqs-
es Rose of Art and Nature," Sat., May 24, 2601 are looking for laboratory appartus Personnel Requests:
ion In Haven Hall, 9:30 a.m. Chairman, Aus- salesmen. June graduates with at least Camp Wabi-Kon on Lake Timagami,
lg 1:00 tin Warren. two years training in Chemistry and Toronto, Can. are looking for students
associated training in Bacteriology, Zo- to fill the following vacancies for the
ology ,Physics and Botany. Salary plus summer: Female Cabin Counselors (at
Placement Notices commission and an internal training least 20 years of age,) Female Swim-
the program. Persons active in college so- ming Instructor (at least 21 years of
thesis: The following schools have listed cial activities are desired. age and experienced in teaching swim-
an Li- teaching vacancies with the Bureau of ming), Arts & Crafts Instructor, Water-
Papers Appointments for the 1958-59 school County of San Diego, Calif. Civil skiing Boat Driver, and an experienced
an Li- year. They will not be here to inter- Service, has openings for Group Coun- Canoe Tripper of over 21 years of age,
i., May view at this time, selors, Hospital Social Workers, Home For further information on Summer
Bldg., Auburn ,Ind. - H.S. English; Eng- Counselors for temporarily dependent Placement contact Ward D. Peterson,
elsness. lish/Social Studies; Latin; JHS General children, and Social Worker Trainees. Rm. D528, S.A.B. Tues, and Thurs. 1
Science (Man). Smithsonian Astrophysical Observa- p.m./to 5 p.m., and Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 12.
'y Min- Chinook, Mon. - Commercial; Com-
er Per- mercial/Girls P.E.; English; Englishfl
Cross- Girls P.E. or Socila Studies; German/
23, 105 Spanish or Latin; English/Spanish,
n, J.N. Latin, French or German; Girls P.E./
Spanish,, Latin, French, or German;
Social Studies/ Spanish; Latin, French,
enneth or German; Mechanical Drawing/Gen.
"Fac- Sc./Gen Math; Girls P.E/Biology, Gen.
ure of Sd. or Soc. St.; Elementary. *
higan," Chisholm, Minn. - Elementary; .S. fryu
School, Home Economics; English (J.H.S.) ) y
s. Clio, Mich. - Elementary; Elemen-
tary Vocal; J.H.S. Science/Math; H . Who like your }
aGraceScience (Chem./Mod. St.); Art & El.
"The Supervisor; Social Studies/Coach. onSshsm ar&i
Oaxaca Covina, Calif. - Elementary; School h nd
>n Hall, Nurse; Speech Therapist.
Paper. Crescent City, Calif. (Del Norte Coun-

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Illustrated is striped Blazer
ensemble Knit-a-bout by .y
slim-lined cotton rib knit sheath,
e students and faculty mem- sleeveless and sophisticated, and See Koret's
can discuss money needs in a dramatic outfit with its bright Cotton Knit
ho understand these poblems blazer striped cardigan, jacket.
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them. If a loan is the answer, shrink, stretch or sag. In beau- r s ,
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