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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Today

Prof. Haber
To Keynote
Confererce
Several University faculty mem-
bers will participate in the 43rd
annual Welfare Conference to be
held in Grand Rapids at the Pant-
lind Hotel next Monday through
Nov. 20.
The theme of the conference,.
which is sponsored by the Michi-
gan Welfare League, is- "Keeping
Pace with Changing Times."
The keynote speaker for the ses-
sion is Prof.dWilliam Haber of the
economics department who will
speak on "Shifting Currents 'In
Our Society." Prof. Wilbur J. Co-
hen of the social work school is
also scheduled to speak. His topic
will be "Proposed Changes in So-
cial Security Programs."
The program also will include a
panel discussion by Prof. Edwin J.
Thomas and Prof. Katherine R.
Reebel of the social work school
on caring for the chronically ill.
All interested students, and
people in social work and related
fields are invited to attend these
meetings.
Prof. Stuart M. Finch of the
Medical School also plans to take
part in the conference.

Vote em
Pole
Members of Alpha Chi Ome-
ga sorority at the University of
Colorado awoke the morning
after homecoming to find a 15-
foot purple telephone pole
stuck in their front lawn.
The pole was inscribed, "We
think you got the shaft. Theta
Xi Purple Shaft .Award."
The Purple Shaft Award, ae-
cording to Theta Xi president
Dean Adlesperger, was present-
ed as "a protest against bad
judgment on the part of the
homecoming display judging
coimmittee."
faculty Backs'
Year Abroad
The Literary College Steering
Committee heard favorable re-
ports from faculty members yes-
terday on the junior year abroad
plan it is studying for the Uni-
versity.
At its weekly meeting, the re-
sults of a faculty poll were read
which continued to favor England
as the country at which such a
program should be instituted.

TRAINING:
Red Cross
To Confer
A five-day training conference to
provide specialists in training the
public in the care of sick and in-
jured will be held in the Veterans
Administration Hospital from
Thursday to next Tuesday, E. C.
Laetz, County Red Cross Chapter
Chairman said yesterday.
At least one person in every,
home should be trained in the
skills needed to care for the sick
or the injured at home. Laetz
said.
The critical need for instructors
to provide this training was point-
ed out by the County Red Oross
Chairman of Home Nursing, Mrs.
William Dossemeyer. "Our present
volunteer instructors cannot han-
dle the demand,"she said.
The conference was established
to qualify nurses, teachers and
commnupity leaders to teach the
simple nursing procedures impor-
tant in keeping families well and
in caring for the sick or injured.
Thursday, 8:30 P.M.

Cost Hinders
Atomic Ship.
Atomic powered merchant ships
will not become feasible within 10
years, Prof. Harry Benford of the
marine engineering department
said yesterday.
Speaking before the American
Petroleum Institute's meeting,
Prof. Benford said that unless
costs can be cut more rapidly than
now appears possible, tankers us-
ing conventional means of power
will be a better investment.
Commercial nuclear ships, ac-
cording to Prof. Benford, will be
operatdd at speeds similar to those
of conventional vessels, and will
not show as large, a profit.

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tcording to directory editor Mal Walker. Many of the
s in the campus area will. also carry the directories,
ays. The' smaller size of the 1957 directory, he reports, is
e use of executivqtypewriters, the type of which is clearer
of conventional machines, permitting greater reduction,
a greater number of names per page. The use of thinnerf
th harder surface also helbed reduce the bulk of this
rectories. Original printing consisted of 8,000 books.

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nued from' Page 4)
.&A., and Warner G. Rice,
English and chairman,
lish, L.S.&.A. AAUP mem-
es, and other interested*
hers invited. Next chapter
be on "Problems of Uni-
rch Policy" with Dr. Thom-.
., School of Public Health
ues., Dec. 17, 8 p.m., Rack-
inference Room.
nd the Museum of Paleon-
unce the Ermine Cowles
al Lecture to be presented
ing Dorf, Department of
ceton University, on "The
aging Climates" at 8:00
Nov. 13, Rackham amphi-
lic invited. Refreshments.
Plays
Massey, Agnes Moorehead,
1 star in the new stage :play
" o be presented Thurs.,
Hill. Auditorium. Tickets
daily at the Auditorium
ox office hours 10 A.M. to

[cademic Notices
seminar, Dept, of Anatomy. Coffee
1 be served -one-half hour before in
. 3502, East Medical Building, Wed.,
v. 13, 11:00 a.m. Dr. Richard Black-
1, Departments of Psychology and
thalmology: "Functional ' Mechan-
s of Vision Inferred from Psycho-
rsical Measurements."
'he Extension Service announces
it there are still a few openings in
following class to be held in Ann
or, beginning Tues., Nov. 19:
Lcient Reading II, 7:00 p.m., 524 Uni-
sity Elementary School, 8 deeks,
50. Rosemary Nagel, instructor.u
egistration 'for this class may be
de in the Extension Service office at
0 Washtenaw Avenue during Uni-
sity office hours.
FOREIGN VISITORS 7
'he following foreign visitors will be,
the campus this week on the dates
icated. Program arrangements are
ng made by the International Cen-
: Mrs. Miller,
Er. Jose Aleman Garcia, Director,
pt. of Literature, Univ. of San Carlo,
atemala, Nov. 16-18.
Jr. Sachin Chadhuri, Editor, Econ-
ic Weekly, Bombay, India, Nov.
13,
Ir. Henrich W. A. L, Loevendie and
. Loevendie, Secy. of the Curators,
holic Univ. for Social & Econ. Sol.,
rilburg. Secy. of the Curators, Dutch
t. of Catholic Courses for Teacher
lomas, Secy. and Delegate for Board
Enstitute for Applied Psychology for
burg and Nijinegen Universities,
lland, Nov. 11-16.
lacement Notices
sonnel Interviews:
tepresentatives from the following
1 be at the Bureau of Appointments:
irs., Nov. 14{
idelity Mutual Life Insurance Com-
iy, Detroit, Michigan. Graduates -
ruary, June. Location of work-Dis-
: of Columbia and 32 states includ-
New York. Fidelity Mutual has been
hfully serving insurers since 1878.
: with B.A. in Liberal Arts, LLB,
A for Sales.
tate YMCA's of Michigan, Lansing,
:higan. Graduates - February, June.
ation of work - YMCA's of Mich.
/or the entire nation. Founded 1851
the U.S. Employing nearly 4,000 pro-
ionals. Membership serving agency
king with men, boys, women and
s. Men and women with degrees in
iology, Psychology, Physical Educa-
1, Counseling and Guidance, Philo-
hy, Social Work, for work with
CA. The future employee should
e a concern for people, desire to

work with people, belief in Christian;
faith and a desire' to put this faith
into action in the world. Men and wo-.
men with BBA for Business Secretary
for YMCA. Responsible for purchasing
and keeping or overseeing the financial
records of the operation. Mature judg-
ment, concern for working with peoplet
and in the service of people.
Bureau of the Budget, Executive Of-
fice of the President, Washington .25,
D.C. Graduates - February, June, Aug-
ust. Location of Work - Washington
D.C. The bureau of the Budget is. the
President's staff arm for the internal
management of the executive branch.
The Bureau prepares the budget for
the President and oversees~ its execu-
tion: Works for the improvement of
the organization, management, and
operations of the government: acts as
a clearing-house for the Administra-
tion's review of and expressions on
proposed legilation and coordinates
the planning of statistical and fact-
gathering programs. Men w&,th (BA),
MA or Ph.D. in Political Science, Econ-
omics, or Business Administration for
Fiscal Economists. People interested in.
this department must take the Feder-
al Service Entrance Examination and
an option for the Management Intern.
The next examination will be given on
January 11, 1958, with the closing date
of December 26,1W7.' A new examiner
is assigned to a senior, in a Senior-
Junior team relationship. He assists the
senior in carrying out the? senior's re-
sponsibilities. The new man is, how-
ever, given at the outset a small agen-
cy or bureau ;which. is his own pri-
mary responsibility and for whose af-
fairs, with necessary guidance from the
senior, the Burreau's representative.
Fri., Nov. 15
Union Carbide & Carbon fompany,
New York City, N.Y. - Graduates -
February, June, August. Loctaion of
work - General offices, New York City.
Union Carbide International Company,
Union Carbide Ore Company, Pyrofax
Gas Corporation. Established as a cor-
poration in 1917. Corporation employs
approximately 80,000; the New York
general offices approximately 4,800.
Products and services include manu-
facture of alloys, batteries, carbons,
chemicals, electrodes, industrial gases,
metals, nuclear products, plastics, sili-
cones and welding apparatus. Men with
BA or MA in Economics for Manage-
ment Services, Sales, Purchasing or
Traffic. Men with BA or MA in Mathe-
-matics and an interest in Scientific
Computation. Men with LLB and un-
dergraduate degree in Engineering or
Chemistry for Patent Department.
For appointments contact the Bu-;
Breau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.
Beat the crystal ball - Choose your
own future. Attend the Career Confer-
ence on Dec. 7. Women's League. Spon-
sored by Mortar Board, Scroll and
Senior Society.
Summer Placement
The first meeting of the summer
placement will be held on Tues., Dec. 3,
1957 in Room D-528 of the Student
Activities Building from 1-5 p.m. Like-
wise on Thurs,, Dec. 5, and Fri., Dec. 6,
from 8:30' a.m.-12 m. Positions avail-
able in, camps, resorts, business both
technical and non-technical. Everyone
is welcome!
Representatives from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., Nov. 13
Ashland Oil Co., Ashland, Ky. - all
levels in Che.E., B. S.& M.S. iri lect.
E., B.S. in Civil, E. Math. and Mech.
Continental Can., New York, N.Y.
BEEP BEEP

all levels in Che. E., Elect., Ind., Metal.,
and Sci,
Elgin, Joliet and Eastern R.R., Chi-'
┬░cago, Ill. - B.S. & M.S. in Civil., Elect,,
Ind., Mech.
Food Maheinery & Chem. - B.S. &
M.S. in Ch.E., Constr., Elect., Ind.,
Inst., Mat'ls, E. Math., Mech., E. Mech.,
E. Physics, and Sei.
Foster, Wheeler, New York, N.Y.' -
all levels in Che. E., Civil, Const., Elect.,
Ind., Mat'ls, Mech., Metal., Naval and
Marine, Nuc. and E. Physics.
Howard Needles, Tammen and Ber-
gendoff, Cleveland, Ohio - all levels
in Civil Mech., Metal. and Naval &
,Marine. - '1I
Thurs., Nov. 14
American Brake Shoe, New York, New
York - all levels in Che.E., Ind., Mat'ls,
Mech., Metal., E. Mech,, and Sei.
American Oil, Texas City, Texas -
all levels in Ch.E.
Armour & Co., Chicago, Ill. - B.S. &
M.S. in Ch.E., Physics, and Science.
Avco Mfg. Corp., Lawrence, Mass. -
all levels I, Aero., Elect., Instr., Mat'ls,
E.' Mech., Metal., E. Physics.
Celanese Corp., Summit, N.J. - all
levels in Ch.E.
U.S. Graphite, Saginaw; Mich. - B.S.
in Ch.E., Elect., Mech. and Metal.
R.K. LeBlOnd Machine, Cincinnati,
Ohio.-- B.S. in Ind., Mech., and Metal.
Fri,, Nov. 15
Barber-Greene, Aurora, Ill. -- B.S. &
M.S. in Civil, Const., Mech. and E.e
Mech.
Hercules Powder, Wilmington, Dela.
-B.S. & M.S. in Ch.E.
Rand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. -
M.S. and Ph.D. in' Aero. and Elect.
Sherwin-Williams, Cleveland, Ohio --
all levels in Ch.E.
Ind. & Mich. Elect. Ft. Wayne, Ind.
B.S. & M.S. in Civil, Elect. and Mech.
For appointments contact the Engrg.
Placement Office, 347 W.E., ext. 2182.
Civil Service:
New York State Civil Service an-
nounces that the salary for Public Ad-
ministration Interns has been in-
creased to $4,770 for candidates with
M.A. degrees and to $4,400 for those
with B.A. The next exam date is Dec.
7, with filing date Nov. 12, 1957.
Special Notice:
Students from the greater Washing-
ton, D.C. area are reminded of the in-
vitation extended to them from Wood-
ivard and Lothrop, Inc. to attend the
annual Christmas Career Conference.
Any men and women interested in re-
tailing in any phase are welcomed.

Names must be in by Nov. 15, so inter-
ested persons are urged to contact the
Bureau of Appointments before then.
An invitation is extended to students
from the Chicago area who ,might be
home at Christmas to visit the First
National Bank, of Chicago. Any stu-
dents interested in any phase of bank-
ing are welcomed. The day of the visit
will include a tour of the bank and
discussions with its staff. Names must
be in by Dec. 1. Interested persons are
requested to contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments before that date.
Mrs. Isaacs of Camp Fernwood, Den-
mark, Me. will be on campus to in-
terview students who wish to work dur-
ing the summer as counselors and as
instructors in Tennis, Archery, Golf,
Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Waterfrgnt,
etc. She will be here today, Nov. 12
from 1-5 p.m.
For further information contact Mr.
Peterson at -the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., ext: 3371.

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NOVEMBER 13 1957

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