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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WERSITY OF MINNESOTA:
Students Polled on Human Relations

Mental Health Institute
Backs Center Research
(Continued from Page 1)

Studerits at the University of
nnesota were recently polled on zations were justified in having
man relations by the student bias clauses, compared with the
wspaper and two professors. 62 per cent who thought they
The Minnesota Daily published should not have them.
e results of the poll, which show- One of the other questions on
that 62 per cent of the students the survey was, "Should the Uni-
estioned did not believe fra- versity of Minnesota disestablish
nities and sororities are justified vrsit insta i ses"i
having bias clauses in their organizations wit bias clauses'?"

rnold M. Rose, professor of
lology, and Robert D. Jones,
actor of journalism research,
rked with the paper on the poll.
?rof. Rose evaluated the ques-
ns prior to drawing up the ques-
nnaires, and the research dept.
the School of Journalism set up
representative samples of the
dents surveyed. Prof. Rose also
,luated the results of the ques-
nnaires.
4ccording to the poll, only 21
cent of the students asked
leved that Greek-letter organi-

Prof. Rose said it was interesting
to note the reversal in general
attitude.
"While a majority stated bias
clauses were unjustified," Prof.
Rose said, "a majority (74 per
cent) was still against disestablish-
ment by the university."
Another question revealed that
66 per cenf of students would
share their room with a Negro stu-
dent if they lived in dormitories,
yet 91 per cent of the same stu-
dents would accept food brought
from home by Negro students.
Prof. Rose commented that al-

though a clear-cut majority said
they would share a room with a
Negro student, the minority of 19
per cent who would not is signifi-
cantly large.
"Resistance to sharing rooms
but not to accepting food from
Negro students is clearly unlike
the pattern of Southern attitudes,"
he said.
Questions asked about dating
Negroes, Jews and foreign stu-
dents brought the following re-
sults:
Seventy-six per cent of students
polled said they would not date
Negroes while 21 per cent and 6
per cent said they would not date
Jewish and foreign students, re-
spectively..
Prof. Rose noted that "foreign
students were identified immedi-
ately by the interview as non-
Negro and non-Jewish."
The poll, which was designed to
include all colleges and classes
shows that some differences in
attitudes exist between colleges
and the years of attendance at the
University.
UAW Official
TO Talk Today
United Auto Workers' Educa-
tional Director, Brendan Sexton,
will speak today at 7:30 p.m., Rm.
3B of the Union, on "Labor's Pro-
gram for the Recession."
Sexton, a self-educated man, is
expected to stress organized labor's
plan for a return to prosperity and
reinstitute the UAW's point of
view on the recent profit-sharing
proposals.

phrenia. He explained this will
permit a more precise correlation
of data.
Hospital patients will be used for
basic research if they are willing.
Of Ypsilanti's 4,100 patients in
residence, Dr. Yoder estimated
about 60 per cent are schizo-
phrenic.
In regard to the research itself,
Dr. Gerard explained that, while
there are "hundreds of tests sup-
posed to separate schizophrenics
from others, in no case is there
100 per cent accuracy.
Combine Tests
"We hope that, while no one
test works for all, we may be able
to find groups of tests that, taken
together, may provide us with
proof."
Talbot To Give
Asian Affairs
Lecture Today
Phillips Talbot, executive direc-
tor of the American Universities
Field Staff, will talk on "Com-
munications with Asia-A Bamboo
Telegraph Age" at 3 p.m. today in
Rackham Amphitheatre.
A graduate of the University of
Illinois, he also studied in London
and at the University of Chicago.
He spent about eight years in
India and Pakistan as a student,
wartime Naval Liaison Officer,
AUFS representative and cor-
respondent for the Chicago Daily
News.

With new drugs just being dis-
covered, Dr. Gerard said, "the time
is certainly here for a concerted
effort" in the field of schizo-
phrenia.
Stresses Cooperation
Stressed most during the dedi-
cation ceremonies was cooperation
between the University and Ypsi-
lanti Hospital. Vice-President and
Dean of Faculties Marvin L. Nie-
huss called the project "a great
step forward in relations" between
the two organizations.
Dr. Gerard considered it "natu-
ral" for the two groups to "sup-
plement each other," pointing out
that while the Hospital has
patients and necessarily large
amounts of space, the University
has research apparatus and facili-
ties.

Graduate Student Council, Grad.
Coffee Hour, Feb. 19, 4-5:30 p.m., 2nd
floor West Lounge, Rackham. All grada
cordially invited.
Political Issues Club, tape record-
ing on brain washing, Feb. 19, 8 p.m.,
Rm. 3-D, Union. Members and guests.
Lutheran Student Assoc., Ash Wed-
nesday Lenten Service and Com-
munion, Feb. 19, 7:15 p.m., Lutheran
Student Chapel.
* * *
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.
* * s
P1 Lambda Theta, work night, Feb.
19, 7:30 p.m., Univ. Elementary School.
Bring pens.
* * *
Young Democratic Club, meeting,
Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 3-D, Union.
Speaker: Mr. Brendan Sexton, Educa-
tional Director, UAW, A Labor View-
point on the Economic Recession."

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GENERAL MILLS
INCORPORATED

(Continued from Page 4)

tent," Thurs., Feb. 20, 1139 Natural
cience Bldg., at 1:00 p.m., Chairman,
V. R. Taylor.
Doctoral Examination for Leroy Hew-
tt, Library Science; Thesis: "James
.ivington, Loyalist Printer, Publisher,
ad Book Seller of the American Revo-
ition, 1724-1802; A Biographical-Biblio-
raphical Study," Wed., Feb. 19, East
ouncil Room, Rackham Building at
p.m. Chairman: R. L. Kilgour.
Notices
Summer opportunities for sociologi-
ally-minded students will be discussed
y Xrofessors Blood and Sharp of the
ociology Department and Mr. Peterson
f the Bureau of Appointments on Wed.,
eb., 19, at 4:00 p.ni. in Room 2402 Ma-
n Hall. All undergraduates are in-
ted.
ersonnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
'111 be at the Engrg. School:
ri.; Feb. 21
Union Carbide Chemicals Co., South
harleston, West Va. - B.S. and M.S.
n Ch.E., and M.E., for Development,
esign, Production, Construction and
ales.
The Clark Controller Company, Cleve-,
and, Ohio - B.S. ad M.S. in E.E., I.E.,
nd M.E. for Development, Design, Pro-
uuctioca and Sales.
General Mills, Inc.-Central Research
aboratories, Minneapolis, Minn. - B.B.
a Ch.E. Male for Research and Devel-
ppment (food).
Wyandotte Chemicals Corp., Wyan-
otte, Mich. -- All degree levels in Ch.E.,
.S. or M.S. in I.E. BS. in E.E., Mans.,
I.E., and Met. for Research, Develop-
ent, Design, Production and Sales.
American Can Company -- Research
hv., Barrington, Ill., Tech. Service Div.
[aywood,' Ill., Newark, N.J. and San
rancisco, Calif. All degree levels in
h.E., Elec., Ini., Instr., Mat'ls., Mech.,
ngrg., Mech., Met., Engrg. Phys., Sani-
ary & Engrg. Science for Res., Dev.,
nd Tech. Service. Summer and regu-
r interviewing.
Federal Electric Corp., Div. of Inter-
ational Telephone & Telegraph, Chi-
ago, Il. B.S. and M.S. in E.E. for Field
ervice.
Hagan Chemicals & Controls, Inc.,
ittsburgh, Pa. B.S. in Ch.E., E.3., and
[.E. for Research, Development, Design,
ales and Field Service.
Kendall Refining ┬░Co., Bradford, Pa.-
.S. and M.S. in Ch.E., for Research
nd Development.
Republic Aviation Corp., Farmingdale,
ong island, N.Y. -- All degree levels
n A.E., E.E., M.E. M.S. and Ph.D. in
.M. and Nuclear. B.S. in C.E. with
rong structural design training.
Sealed Power Corporation, Muskegon,
E1ch.- B.S. in M.E. Position for I.E. in
aGrande, Ind. plant, Research, Devel-
pment, Production.
Wright Air DevelopmentsCenter,
right-Patterson, Air Force Base, Day-
n, O.-All degree levels in A.E, M.E.,
.E., C.E., Ch.E,, Math. and Physics.
esearch and Development.
ummer Placement Service:
ersonnel Requests:
Hess and Clark, Inc., Ashland, Ohio
as summer positions open for men in-
:arketing, Accounting, and Production
ngineering.
The Chemstrand Corp., Chemical Tex-
le Fibers, of Decatur, Ala., has summer
penings for C.E., M.E., and Textile
ngineers. There are also positions for
h~emists.
Contact Ward D. Peterson for furth-
information. Ext. 371, Bureau of Ap-
ointments.
The following companies will have.
presentatives at the Bureau of Ap-

pointments the week of Feb. 24, 1958:
Mon., Feb. 24:
Connecticut General Life Insurance
Co., Hartford, Conn. - Men with B.A. or
M.A. in Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A.
or L.L.B. for Management Training for
Administration, Technical and Prof es-
sional (Actuaries, Statisticians, Security
Analysts, Accountants, Lawyers, and
Doctors) and Sales.
U.S. Atomic Energy Comm., Chicago
Operations Office, Lemont, Id. - Men
and women with M.A. in Bus. Ad.. Pub-
lic Admin., for Jr. Management Pro-
gram.
U.S. Marine Corps, Woman Officer
Selection, Detroit, Mich.--Women with
any degree or sophomores or juniors be-
tween 18-27, unmarried in excellent
health, etc. for Woman Officer Train-
ing Class.
U.S. Marine Corps., Male Officer Pro-
curement, Detroit, Mich. - Men with
any degree e.xcept pre-medicine, pre
veterinary, Pharmacy, music, art or
theology for Platoon Leaders Class lead-
ing to a 2nd Lt. Comm. Men who are
sophomores or juniors for Summer Pla-
toon Leaders Class leading to 2nd Lt.
Comm. upon completion of program.
Tues., Feb., 25:
U.S. Marine Corps, Woman Officer
Selection - See, Monday's listings.
U.S. Marine Corps., Male Officer Pro-
gram - See Monday's listings.
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission-See
Monday's listings.
Equitable Life Assurance Society, De-
troit, Mich. - Men with any degree for
Administrative Training Course.
The J.L. Hudson Company, Detroit,
Mich. - Men and women with any de-
gree for Administrative Training
Course.
Aeronautical Chart & Information
Center, St. Louis, Mo. - Men and wo-
men with degrees. In Geography, As-
tronomy, Geology, and Mathematics
for Cartographers.
Cummins Engine Co., Inc., Colmbus,
Ind. -- Men with B.A. or M.A. in Boon.
or Journalism or B.B.A. or M.B.A. for
Production, Sales, Accounting, and Per-
sonnel.
Wed., Feb. 26:
J.L. Hudson Company-See Tuesday's
listings.
The U.S. Marine Corps, Woman Offi-
cer Selection - See Monday's listings.
The U.S. Marine Corps, Male Officer
Program - See Monday's listings.
The Kemper Insurance Co., Chicago,
Ill. - Men with B.A. or M.A. in Liberal
Arts, or B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Trainee De-
velopment Program. Women for work
also.
Thurs., Feb. 27:
U.S. Marine Corps, Woman Officer
Selection - See Monday's listings.
U.S. Marine :Corps, Male Officer Pro-
gram - See Monday's listings.
The John Hancock Mutual Life In-
surance Co. Toledo, Ohio - Men with
B.A. in Liberal Arts or B.B.A. for Mar-
keting, Accounting or Advertising.
Household Finance Corporation, De-
troit, Mich. - Men with B.A. in Liberal
Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Executive
Training Program.
Fri., Feb. 28 :
McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Detroit,
Mich. - Men with B.A. or M.A. In
Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Sales
and Management.
The First National Bank of Chicago,
Chicago, Ill.-- Men with B.A. or M.A.
in Econ., B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Account-
ing, Finance, and Investments. Women
for work in Bank.
Lehigh Portland Cement Conpany,
Allentown, Pa. - Men with B.A. in
Liberal Arts, B.B.A. or M.B.A. for Sales
Trainees.
Shillito's, Cincinnati, Ohio Men and
women with degrees In Liberal .Artsor
Bus. Ad. for Merchandising Program.
U.S. Marine Corps, Woman Officer
Selection - See Monday's listings.
U.S. Marine Corps, Male Officer Pro-
gram - See Monday's listings.

invites

CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
(June and Summer Grads.)
to meet representatives from our Central
Research Laboratories. Contact your En-
gineering Placement Office for an ap-
poi ntment.

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FEBRUARY 21,

1958

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A MESSAGE TO THE SENIOR
WTTOMORROW

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Pushing towards the frontiers of flight

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ON HIS MIND
Melpar'ssure, swift growth during
the past eleven years - we have
doubled in size every 24 months --
is due, in large part, to the out-
standing performance of our engi-
neering staff.
As a leading R & D organization,
we are constantly called upon to
perform tasks which have never
been done before. Thanks to the
creative talent which forms the
backbone of our organization, we
have grown rapidly both in stature
and size. Members of our staff
have enjoyed similarly reward-
ing growth.
Performance Determines Ad-
vancement. Individual recogni-
tion is a fundamental policy at
Melpar. Each engineer is advanced
on the basis of his performance.
The average age of our engineer-
ing staff (one of the industry's
youngest) and the rapidity of
growth of above-average staff
members, are clear indications of
what Melpar's individual recogni-
tion policy can mean to you.

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For over forty years the nation's research organization
devoted to the generation of scientific knowledge essen-
tial to assure American leadership in Aeronautics.
The research team -- Engineer, Scientist and Technician
a concentration of knowledge and skills working coop-
eratively to solve research's challenging problems.
offers unexcelled research facilities, a stimulating profes-
sional environment, and a challenging assignment for,

BECAUSE OF OUR WIDE DIVERSIFICATION, OPENINGS EXIST IN
VIRTUALLY ALL PHASES OF ELECTRONIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.:
" Financial assistance is extended for advanced , Qualified candidates will be invited to visit
study at any of the fine universities in the Melpar at company expense.
Washington, D. C. and Boston areas.
For Detailed Information about Openings and living Conditions,
Write to: Technical Personnel Representative

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