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T!E MICUIGAN DAILY
rRY,' 'THE SORCERER':
& Sullivan Society Rehearses Next Week's'Double Feature'
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"OK., group. Let's try It once
more!"
"Right! If G and S could only
hear it this way!"
These are among the words
which can be heard from the
Gilbert and Sullivan players as
they rehearse ,for their produc-
tion only one week away.
The Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety is presenting a twin-bill,
Trial by Jury and The Sorcerer,
on Nov. 21, 22, and 23 at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
At present the group is putting
the finishing touches on the
scenery and combining the prin-
ciples with the chorus. The or-
chestra is also being co-ordinated
with the singing groups.
In between rehearsals Gilbert
and Sullivan players are eagerly.

discussing their costumes which
will arrive Sunday from New York.
The costumes are the only part
of the production that are pro-
fessional.
Gilbert and Sullivan players
build and paint scenery, apply
make-up, compose the orchestra,
handle publicity and sing and
dance.
The Society has been present-
ing only Gilbert and Sullivan op-
erettas since it was founded in
1946. The non-profit organization
is the first co-ed, all-campus show
in the University's history.
Tickets for the Society's pro-
ductions may be purchased now
at the Administration Building
for one dollar for the Thursday
performance and ;$1.30 for Friday
and Saturday's performances.

Patients Get
Gift Tobacco
Alfred Schwind, owner of an
Ann Arbor tobacco shop, has an-
nounced that he will donate pri-
vate blend tobacco to patients at
the Veterans' Hospital here.
Schwind noted. that the store
would supply all the tobacco pa-
tients can use. He added that the
donation was being made in keep-
ing with a store policy of public
service.

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HEARSE-(Yilbert and Sullivan' players rehearse their parts for Trial by Jury, one
1 production they are giving Nov. 21, 22, and 23.'From left to right are Ge hom Morn-
ite Schuster and John Vavroch.
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Harrison, Phi Delta phi.
'omen on campus are invited to
he Martha Cook Building on
Nov. 14, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
tha Cook Building is located
craner of, South University and
Streets.
ational Center Tea, sponsored
rational Student Association
rnational Center, Thurs., Nov.
4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the In-
al Center.
Permission: Women students
nded the concert -at Hill Audi-
in. Sun., Nov. 10, had late per-
until 11:05 p.m.
omen Students attending the
al Association production at
litorium and the, Sopr- Show
'azy". on 'Thiurs., 'Nov. 14 will
minutes aftek they arerover to
o their residences.
Bags, a tape of a dramatic
on heard over the Canadian
iting System last year, will be
aid discussed at the coffee hour
ffice of Religious Affairs at 4:30
,, Nov. 15, in the Lane Hall If-
Lectures
ivalry" tonight. Raymond Mas-
es Mporehead and Martin Ga-
in the new stage play "The
tonight, 8:30 p.m., in Hill
um. Tickets are on sale today
8:30 p.m. in the Auditorium
e.
N, auspices of the Department
tecture. "Urban Design." Nor-
rwic, menber of the Detroit
inning Commission. 4:00 p.m.,
v. 15, Architecture Auditorium.
omy Department Visitors' Night
.15, 8:00 p.m.,Rm. 2003, Angell
f. Freeman D. Miller will speak
ronomy with Field Glasses."
e lecture the Student Observa-
the fifth floor of Angell Hall
open for inspection and for
c observations of a double star
ster. Children welcomed, but
accompanied by adults.
demic Notices
Y, College of Literature, -So-
. the Arts: Midsemester reports
Wed., Nov. 13, for those stu-
hose standing at midsemester
r sE".
cards have been distributed to
rtmental offices. Green cards
'ided, for reporting freshmen
homores and white cards for
and sepiors. The reports for
i and sophomores should be
the Freshman-Sophomore
rs Office, 1210 Angell Hall;
r juniors and seniors to the
enior Counselors Office, 1213
[all.
ts not registered in this col-
who elected L.S.&A. courses
be reported to the school or
1 which they are registered.
nal cards may be obtained-in
ell Hall or 1213 Angell Hall.
ational Teacher Examinations:
on blanks for4he Feb. 1958 ad-
ion of the National Teacher
Lions are now available at 122
i Building.

Doctoral Candidates who expect to
receive degrees in Feb., 1958, ;must have
at least three bound copies of their
dissertations in the office of the Grad-
uate School by Wri., Dec. 13. The report
of the doctoral committee on the final
oral examination must be filed with the
Recorder of the Graduate School to-
gether with two copies of the thesis,
which is ready in all respects for pub-
lication, not later than Mon., Jan. 13.
Physical. Therapy Meeting, Thurs.,
Nov., 14, 7:15 p.m., Room 1142, Main.
Building, Oniversity Hospital. This is
an important meeting for all juniors
concentrating in Physical Therapy and
expecting to apply for admission to the
professional program of the senior year.
Applied Mathematics Seminar. Thurs.,
Nov. 14, at 4 p.m. in Room 246, West'
Engineering Building. Dr. David .S,
Greenstein will speak on "Stability
Charts' for the Numerical Solution of
Ordinary Differential Equations." Re-,
freshments in 274 W. Engineering at
3:30 p.m.. j
401 Interdisciplinary Seminar on the
Application of Mathematics to Social
Science, Room 3217, Angell Hall, Thurs.,
3:30-5:00 p.m., Nov. 14. E.L. Walker,
John Holland, Department of Psycholo-
gy. "Modelling of Nervous Systems on
Computers."
+sychology Colloquium: "Military Re-
quirements for Basic Research in Psy-
chology." Dr. Arthur Melton, Psycholo-
gy Department. 4:15 p.m., Fri., Nov. 15,
Aud. B., Angell Hall.-
Interdepartmental Semina\ on Ap-
plied Meteorology: Engineering. Mon.,
Nov. 18, 4 p.m., Room 307, West Engi-'
neering Bldg. Harry L. Hamilton, Jr.
will speak on "The Effect of Solar En-
ergy on Air Conditioning Loads" -
Chairman: Prof. J. R. Akerman. x
Doctoral Examination for Shashanka
Shekhar Mitra,' Physics;. thesis: "The.
Infrared and Raman Spectra of Brucite,
Mg (OH)-2", Thurs., Nov. 14, 2046 Ran-
dall Laboratory, at 3:10 p.m. Chairman,
C. W. Peters.
Study Group on Relativistic Quan-
tum Theory Thurs., Nov. 14 in Room
3212, Angell Hall at 5 p.m. Mr. Shure
will continue discussion of the S-
matrix.
Placement Notices
Beginning with Wed., Nov. 20 the
following schools will be at the Bureau
of Appointments to interview for
teachers for Feb., 1958.
Wed., Nov. 20
Allen Park, Michigan - Kindergarten
Elementary (grades 1 and 4) and
Speech Correction.
Thurs., Nov. 21'
Detroit, Michigan --" All fields, Ele-
mentary and Secondary.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-.
pointments, 3528 Administration Build-
ing, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Please Note: Appointments should
be made by 4 p.m. of the day prior to
the scheduled interview. Companies
check their schedule the day before
their interviews and if there are not
a sufficient number of students they
very often canel their schedule. If you
are interested in a company on this
list and have the necessary qualifica-
tions, either call or stop into the of-
fice for an appointment. Literature is
usually available for these companies.

Personnel Interviews:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Mon., ov. 18
Connecticut General Life Insurance
Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Inter-
viewer -- William J. Schmahl, Person-
nel Staff Assistant. Graduates - Feb-
ruary. Location of work - Home Office,
1950, Field Organization - 145Q. Today
ranks in size among the top fifteen life
insurance. companies in the U.S. Men
withuBA or MA in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness' Administration for Management
Training. .ManagementTraining in-
cludes: Administration - Accident,
Group and Life Underwriters, Claim
Examiners, Mortgage Loan Underrit-
ers and Field Supervisors, Personnel
and Planning Assistants, Iivision and
Department Supervisors, Field Service
Representatives. Technical and Profes-
sional: Actuaries, Statisticians, Security
Analyst, Accountants, Lawyers, Doctors.,
Sales: Group Insurance and Pension
Sales and Service Representatives, Life
Insurance Agents, Brokerage Assistants,
Sales Managers.
Tues., Nov. 19
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Graduates --
February, June, August. Location of
work - State of Ohio. Established in
1862. Fourth largest life insurance com-
pany in North America with insurance
in force well over eighteen billion and
with assets well in excess of four bil-
lion. Men with BA in Liberal Arts, for.
Sales. Men with BBA for -Marketing,
Accounting, Advertising. Men with 1 or
2 years of" law for Sales. John Hancock
has a formal three-year training pro-
gram combined with a 'salary and a
bonus arrangement.
The Kroger Company, Detroit, Mich-
igan. Graduates - February, June,
August. Location of Work-19 states in
Midwest. Kroger is thle 2nd largest food
retailing chain, also a large manufac-
turing organization. Men with BA in
Liberal Arts for Retailing, Real Estate,
Personnel, Warehousing and Transpor-
tation, Economics and Marketing. Men
with BBA or MBA for Retailing, Ac-
counting, Real Estate, Personnel, Ware-
housing and Transportation, Economics
and Marketing.
The Kordite Company, Macedon, New
York. Interviewer - J. G. Karl, Field
Sales Manager. Graduates -- February,
June, August. Location of work -
anywhere in the U.S. A leading extruder
of polyethylene film products. Manu-
factures and markets plastic products
which are used in all forms of consumer
resale products and industrial packag-
ing. Marketing Management Trainees,
Product or Brand Managers, Industrial
Sales Representatives, Sales Trainees,
Staff Administrative Assistants.
Wed., N9v. 20 .
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Office of Person-
nel Administration, Washington, D.C.--
men and women with degrees in So-
cial Science, especially Economics, for
work in any bureau of the Dept. of
Labor. Entrance to the department can
be gained through the Federal Service
Entrance Exam and the Management
Intern Program.
Canada Life Assurance Co., Jackson,,
Mich. - men with degrees in LS&A or
Bus Ad for Sales. Company is 110 years
old and has about three billion dollars
of business in force. It has offices in
U.S. and Canada.
The, Kroger Company-See Tuesday's
listings.
Marshall Field and Company, Chica-
go, Illinois. Interviewer-Roger E. Glas-
son, Manager, Employee Development.
Graduates - February. Location of
work - Main store in Chicago and sub-
urban stores in Evanston, Oak Park,
Park Forest, Lake Forest and Skokie,

Ill. Established in 1852; approximately
10,000 employees. Men and women with
BA in Liberal Arts especially in Eng-
lish, Speech, Economics, Fine Arts -
for Merchandising, Operating, Person-
nel, Restaurants, Accounting and Con-
trol and Sales Promotion.
The Ohio Oil Company, Findlay, Ohio.
Interviewers - M. E. Pemberton, Sec-
tion Supervisor; L. C. Black, Zone Man-
ager. Graduates-February, June, Aug-.
ust. Location of work - Marketing di-
vision. Men with BBA or BA in Liberal
Arts.
The Dow Chemical Company, Mid-
land, Michigan. Interviewer - L. P.
Butenschoen, Manager, Solvent Sales.
Graduates - February, June August.
Location of Work - Home office -
Midland and sales offices in the U.S.
Men with BA in Liberal Arts for Sales
or for any other programs in the com-
pany for which qualified.
Thurs., Nov. 21
Michigan Bell Telephone Co., Detroit'
Mich. Interviewer - Miss Virginia Phil-
lips, College Employment Representa-
tive., Location of Work-State of Mich-
igan. Graduates - February, June, and
August. Women for Public Contact
Work and Management Training Pro-
grams, in the various branches in De-
troit and in the State.
Interviewer - K. A. Newman, Col-
lege Employment Supervisor. Gradu-
ates - February. Location of Work -
State of Michigan. Constructs, Main-
tains, operates telephone system in
Michigan. Men with BA in Liberal Arts
for Management Trainee.
American Telephone and Telegraph
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Graduates-Feb-
ruary. Location of work -- State of
Michigan. Men with BA in Liberal Arts
for Management, Trainee.
t Western Electric Company, Detroit,
Michigan. Graduates - February. Lo-
cation of work - State of Michigan.
Men for Management trainees with BA
in Liberal Arts. They do manufactur-
ing and purchasing for the Bell system.
7th U.S. Civil Service Region, Detroit,
Michigan. Interviewers: G. A. Butter-
bach, Personnel Assistant; Jack Dengel,
Placement Officer, Railroad Retire-
ment Board, Alex Coutts, Personnel
Officer, Commodity Stabilization Serv-
ice, U.S. Dept of Agriculture; James
Walsh, Chicago Administration Center.
Graduates - February, June, August.
Location of Work - Anywhere in U.S.
(See announcement for more informa-
tion) Mep and women with BA in Lib-
eral Arts, Bus Ad., or Law for work in
any department of Federal Govern-
ment.
Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis,
Indiana. Interviewer - W. L. Carter,
Chief Personnel Requirements. Gradu-
atep - February, June. Location of
work - Indianapolis, Indiana, Phar-
maceutical Company. Men and women
with BA or MA in Mathematics, Nat-
ural Science or Economics for Public
Relations, Industrial Management and
Office Methods. The Harvard-Radcliffe
Program in business administration;
Cambridge, Mass. Interviewer, Rose-
mary Bachman, Asst. Director. Gradu-
ates - June. One year graduate course
in Bus. Ad., Co-sponsored by the Har-
vard Business School and Radcliffe Col-
lege. Especially designed for women
Liberal Arts Majors who have not had
previous courses in business subjects.
Women with BA in Liberal Arts for
Bus. Admin. Program (formerly the
Management Training Program). Loans
and Scholarships are available.
Fri., Nov. 22
Michigan Bell Telephone Co., - See
Thursday's listings.
American Telephone and Telegraph
Co., - See Thursday's listings.
Western Electric Company - See
Thursday's listing..

Eli Lilly and Company.-See Thurs-
day's listing.
Union Carbide Nuclear Company, Oak
Ridge, Tenn. Interviewer - David R.
Cuneo, Chemist. Graduates - Febru-
aiy. Location of Work - Oak Ridge,
Tenn., Paducah, Kentucky. Men with
degree in Mathematics.
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co., Chick-
go, Ill. Graduates - February. Location
of work - Chicago, Illinois. One of the
largest printing companies in the world
producing printing, binding, lithogra-
phy and engraving. Our production in-
cludes high speed magazine work such
as -Life and Time; other large volume
work such as the large mail order cata-
logs, encyclopedias, telephone directo-
ries for 1500 different cities. Men with
BA and MA in LS&A with technical
aptitudes for manufacturing program,
BA or MA in LS&A for customer rela-
tions leading to sales, purchasing and
traffic, and personnel.
Women, is it loafing you dread? Have
a carreer instead. Attend the Career
Conference on Dec. 7.
Summer: Placement:
There will be a Sunimer Placement
Meeting for students interested in sum-
mer employment this year, at the An-
gell Hall Aud. B, on Thurs., Nov. 21,
from 3-4 p.m.
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