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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY,

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Classical Studies Head Plans To Better Department

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Mayor Criticizes Quote
On Ann Arbor Defense

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of Iowa. "Incidentally," Prof. Else
remarked, "the man who made the
appointment, Harry K. Newburn,
dean of the liberal arts college
there, is now president of the Edu-
cational Television and Radio
Center here in Ann Arbor."
Served in OSS
However, before assuming his
new position, Prof. Else went into"
the armed services, serving with
the Marines in the Office of Stra-
tegic Services.
While in the armed services, he
continued his work in the classi-
cal languages working at the
Greek desk in the Cairo division.
He also served in Greece, Italy, Li-
beria and in the Central European
offices.
At the completion of the war,
Prof. Else began his work at Iowa.
While there he initiated a pro-
gram to train high school Latin
teachers through special courses
held in the summer. He is still in-
terested in the shortage of Latin
teachers and expressed concern
that due to recent events, name-
ly the interest in space travel, this
need has been completely ignored.
Receives Grant
In 1956 he applied for and was
granted a Fulbright grant to study

in Rome. While there, he received
the offer from the University for
the position he holds today. He
has been chairman of the classi-
cal studies department since Sep-
tember, succeeding Prof. J. E.
Dunlap who retired as chairman
of the department but who is still
serving as a professor.
As for the future, Prof. Else has
many plans. He hopes to go
abroad once more and study at the
American School of Classical Stu-
dies in Athens. He also hopes to
turn the Department of Classical
Studies at the University from
"one of the top departments in
the country" to "the top depart-
ment in the country."

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Ann Arbor's mayor, Prof. Samu-
el J. Eldersveld of the political
science department, asked United
States Rep. Martha W. Griffiths
(D-Mich.) to explain information
in a Florida newspaper attributed
to her that local Civil Defense
plans involve "shooting refugees
from Detroit."
Mayor Eldersveld asked Rep.
Griffiths to "retract" if true or
"clarify" if untrue the informa-
tion which appeared Jan. 22 in a
Jacksonville, Fla., newspaper edi-
torial.
"Burying ourselves in the
ground may be awful, but not
nearly as bad as having Ameri-
cans shoot Americans in a ruth-

less struggle to survive," the edi-
torial said. Mayor Eldersveld said
he was "astounded" when he re-
ceived the newspaper clipping.
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Studied Tragedy
He has made a study of the as-
ects of the early history of Greek
agedy and of the Roman poet
ucretius.
He began tutoring at Harvard in
930, taking courses at the same
me, and earned his doctor's de-
ree in 1934. Prof. Else then con-j

tinued on at Harvard, teaching
Greek and Latin. His position at
this time was faculty instructor,
similar to that of assistant profes-
sor as we know it today.
In 1943 he received an appoint-
ment as head of the classics de-,
partment at the State University,

Registration of Student Organizations:
Student organizations planning to be
active during the present semester
should complete registration in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs not later than
Feb. 28. Privileges such as the use of
meeting rooms in University Buildings
are available to recognized organiza-
tions only. Student organizations regis-
tered by this date will be considered
officially recognized.

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ave completed military service. Train-
ig is designed to provide classroom in-
ruction and related on-the-job ex-
erience with emphasis upon the in-
vidual and his development.
ri., Feb. 21, 1958
Federal-Mogul-Bower Bearings, Inc.,
etroit, Michigan. Location of work-
ancaster,-Penn.; Greenville, and St.
ohns, Mich.; Mooresville, Ind.; Detroit,
[ich. Coldwater, Mich. Men with de-
rees in Liberal Arts and Business Ad-
inistration for Manufacturing, Man-
gement and Sales. Training will con-
it of an indoctrination training which
planned to help orient them for spe-
ific jobs and also to give them know-
┬░dge of all operations in their divi-
ons.
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Com-
any, Akron, Ohio. Location of work-
nywhere in the U.S. Men with degrees
n Liberal Arts and Business Adminis-
'ation for Sales, Credit, Accounting

and Retread Shop Management.
For appointments. contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.
Representatives from the following
will be at the School of Engineering:
Thurs., Feb. 20
The Carter Oil Company, Research
Laboratory, Tulsa, Okla. - All degree
levels of Ch.E. M.S. and Ph.D. in E.
Mech. Non-citizens must be able to get
security clearance.
Carrier Corp., Syracuse, N.Y. - B.S.
and M.S. in A.E., E.E., M.E., E. Mech.
B.S. in Ch.E., Mat'ls, Met., and E. Phy.
Male only.
Minnesota Mining & Mfg., St. Paul,
Minn. - All degree levels in Ch.E. B.S.
in E.E., I.E., M.E., E. Physics. For sum-
m'er: Jrs. for project type assignments
in various labs and engr. divisions. Must
be U.S. citizen.
Elgin National Watch Co., Elgin, Ill.,
B.S. & M.S. in A.E., M.E. All degree
ilevels in E.E. Must, be U.S. citizen.

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Emerson Electric Manufacturing Co.,
St. Louis, Mo. - B.S. & M.S. in A.E.,
M.E. All degree levels in E.E. Must be
U.S. citizen.
Federal-Mogul-Bower Bearings, Inc.,
Detroit, Mich. - B.S. in M.E. and Met.
International Harvester Co., Chicago,
Ill. -- B.S. and M.S. in Ch.E., E.E., I.E.,
M.E., Met., and E. Physics Must be U.S.
citizens.
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.,
Oakland, Calif. -- All degrees of Ch.E.,
C.E., Constr., E.E., I.E., Mat'ls, E. Math.,
M.E., E. Mech., and Met.
Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry
Dock, Newport News, Va. - B.A. and
M.S. in Met., Nav. & Mar., and Nuclear.
B.S. in C.E., E.E., M.E., E. Math and E.
Physics. Must be U.S. citizen.
Outboard Marine Corp. , Waukegon,
Ill. - B.S. and M.S. in Mech. B.S. in
I.E., and Nav. & Mar.
Melpar, Inc., Div. of Westinghouse Air
Brake Co., Falls Church, Va. - All de-
gree levels in E.E., and M.E. M.S. in
Instru. B.S. in Physics. Must be U.S.
citizens. For Summer: Jrs., Srs., and
Grad. students for research and develop.
Thurs., & Fri., Feb. 20 & 21
Boeing Airplane Co., Seattle, Wash.
and Wichita, Kansas - All degrees and
programs of Engineering, Math. and
Physics. Must be U.S. citizen. For sum-
mer: Those who have completed their
Jr. year in the above fields.
Monsanto, Chemical Co., St. Louis,
Mo. - All degree levels in Ch.E., and
M.E. For Summer: Jrs., Srs., and Grad.
students for same positions.
For appointments, contact the Engi-
neering Placement Office, 347 W. Engr.,
Ext. 2182.
Personnel Requests:
City of Flint, Flint, Mich. is seeking
to fill two positions: 1) Water Pumping
Plant Supervisor. B.S. degree in Mech.
Engr. and some experience. 2) Referee
Administrator and Assistant Referee Ad-
ministrator for the Municipal Court.
Prefer a degree in Public or Business
Administration but this is not neces-
sary.
Cheboygan County Chamber of Com-
merce, Cheboygan, Mich. is looking for
a man to be secretary-manager.

City -of Benton Harbor, Benton Har-
bor, Mich. has an opening for an As-
sistant City Engineer. B.S. in Civil
Engr. Experience not necessary.
City of Ashtabula, Ashtabula, Ohio
desires a Civil Engineer who is interest-
ed in City Planning.
Appleseed Trail Girl Scout Council,
Mansfield, Ohio wants to employ a dis-,
trict director. Any woman college grad-
uate is eligible.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Summer Placement:
Tues., Feb. 18, 1 to 5 p.m.
Ann Arbor Area YWCA, Camp Tako-
ma, Clear Lake, Mich. Miss Marilyn
Budd will be interviewing women for
counseling positions during the Sum-
mer Placement Meeting in Room D528
in the Student Activities Building.
Thurs., Feb. 20, 1 to 5 p.m.
Midland County Girl Scouts, Mid-
land, Mich. will have two interviewers
here at the Summer Placement Meeting
in Room D528 in the S.A.B. to interview
women.
For further information, contact Mr.
Ward D. Peterson, 3528 Admin. Bldg. at
ext. 3371.,

Student Government Council, peti-
tions for vacancy on Council; due 12
noon, Tues., Feb. 18.
Petitions are now available in Stu-
dent Government Council Offices, Stu-
dent Activities Building for the follow-
ing positions:
Three positions on the Administrative
Board of . ae Student Activities muild-
ing. Petitioners must be members of
second floor organizations in the Stu-
dent Activities Building. Petitions due
Feb. 26, 6 p.m.
Two positions on the Student Activi-
ties Scholarship Board: two year-terms.
Petitions due Feb. 26, 6 p.m.
ULLR Ski Club, meeting, Feb. 19,
7:30 p.m., Rm. 3-B, Union. Aspen Trip,
party.
Chess Club, meeting, Feb. 19, 7:30
p.m. Union.
Rifle Club, practice, Feb. 18, 7:00 p.m.
Rifle Range. New members welcome.
Political Issues Club, tape recording
on brainwashing, Feb. 19, 8 p.m., in.
3-D, Union. Members and guests.
* a *
Young Democratic Club, meeting,
Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 3-D, Union,
Speaker: Brendan Sexton, UAW Educa-
tional Director.
Kappa Phi, Morning Matin, Feb. 19,
7:30-7:45 a.m., Chapel, First, Methodist
Church. Begin Lent with midweek wor-
ship. Open to all interested students.
Meeting, Feb. 18, 7:15 p.m., First Metho-
dist Church. Plans for pledging,
* * *
Undergraduate Mathematics Club,
meeting, Feb. 18, 7 p.m., 3201 Angell
Hall. Speaker: Prof. Higman.
* * *
Lutheran Student Assoc., class, Feb.
18, 7:15 p.m., Lutheran Student Center.
Led by Jerry Kissel. Topic. "Christ and
Culture."

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We're looking for engineers who want to make the
most of their abilities in stimulating, challenging
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to security. Special on-the-job training prepares
you for bigger and better positions.
You can advance quickly because ours is a rapidly
growing business. The number of Michigan Bell
telephones doubled in the fifteen years before 1935,
doubled again from 1935 to 1945, and has doubled
again since 1945.
This remarkable growth is creating unprece-
dented career opportunities. We need men to take
the lead in our expanding engineering fields, and
we need men with engineering degrees who want
to advance in executive positions.

Receive your MS in Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering or Physics at RCA's
expense, through the RCA Graduate Study
Program. At the same time, you're beginning
your RCA career as an engineer on a fully
professional level; getting a head start in the
field you prefer. RCA pays the full cost of
your tuition, fees and approved texts while
you take graduate study part time at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania or Rutgers University.
Or, you may prefer a different path ahead . .
RCA Design and Development Specialized
Training. Here is another of RCA's pro-
grams for careers, in which you begin by
working full-time on planned technical assign-
Right now, though, see your placement officer.
squared away on a specific time for your intervi
And get your copies of the brochures that also h
to fill you in on the RCA picture. If you're tied

ments. Experienced engineers and interested
management guide your progress. You may
receive assignments in design and development
of radar, airborne electronics, computers,
missile electronics, television, radio and other
equipment fields, as well as in Electron Tubes,
Semiconductors and Components. MS, PhD
Candidates are eligible for direct assignments
in the above mentioned fields.,
There's a lot more that's extremely interesting
about an RCA engineering career. You should
have these facts to make a wise decision about
your future. Get them in person very soon
when an RCA engineering management repre-
sentative arrives on campus--
March 4 and 5, 1958
Get Mr. Robert Haklisch, Manager
ew. College Relations, Dept. CR-11
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