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U.S. To Grow W armer
In Future, Dorf Says
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ae Training School, La-
ts a man or woman in-
icial Work of4 Clinical
;ting a degree by Feb.
y for advancement and
Chem. Corp.; Filer City,
Chemical Engr. with a
d a minimum of three
>rk Co., Lancaster, Pa.,
>r Chemists and Physi-
in Mech., Ind. or Chem.
A and BusAd for Sales,
urnalism or English for
*motion and Public Re-
ig creative writing.
-Bower Bearing Co.,
. div., is looking for an
neer for time study and
Prefer a man with ex-
degree in Ind. E., but
man without a degree
experience in this work.
i food manufacturer in
Illinois, has an open-
with a degree in BusAd.,
agement, Engrg. or Sc-
ence and, ive years of experience in
supervision. The opening is for 'an As-
sistant Plant Manager.
Wilson & Co., Inc., Meat Packers, Chi-
cago, Ill. needs a Food Technologist and
at its Philadelphia plant, an aanic
Chemist for research in fats, oils and
New Departure, Div. of QMC, Sanldus-
ky, Ohio, is looking for a Mechanical
Engineer interested in research and
with some electronics training and for
State of Connecticut announces
exams-to be given Dec. and Jan. for
Industrial Training Officer, Security
Officer, Radio Technician, Assistant
Forest Ranger, Tabulating Equipment
Officer, Administrative Fiscal Manage-
ment Officer, Director of Psychiatric
Social Service, and Bookkeeper. Appli-
cations must be in. by Nov. 20.
Special Civil Service Notice:
Civil Service Commission of Canada
in connection with the previous an-
nouncements made about tho coming
exam, has sent further information
that if enough Canadian students are
interested in the exam i will be given
in Ann Arbor. The previous announce.
ment was as follows:
Civil Service of Canada announces a
career examination open to graduates
and to undergraduates obtaining de-
grees in 1958. British subjects who have.
resided in Canada1j for at least five
years, ten in the case of foreign service
applicants. The exam offers opportuni-
ties for employment to Customs Excise
Headquarters Trainees, Economists, Fi-
nance Officers, Foreign Service Officers
for Citizenship and Immigration, For-
eign Service Officers for External Af-
fairs, Foreign Service Officers for For-
eign Trade Service, Junior Adminis-
trative Officers, Personnel Officers,y
Statisticians and Trade and Commerce
Officers,.The exam will be given on
Saturday, Nov. 23. Further information
and applications are available at the
Bureau of' Appointments, 3528 Admnin.
Bldg., 3-1511, ext. 3371. Please call the
Bureau of Appointments immediately
if you wish to take the examination in
Climatic'conditions in the
United States are due to climb to
subtropic temperatures within the
next 20p years, Prof. Erling Dorf
of Princeton University predicted
Delivering the annual Ermine'
Cowles Case Memorial Lecture in
the Rackham Amphitheatre, he
said "the old timers were right. It
was colder in the 'good old days.'"t
He added the average tempera-
ture has been rising gradually
since the last ice glacier age about
12,000 years ago although the
earth experienced a "little ice age"
fron 1600 to 1850. We are "still'
hearing stories" about it, he com-
Prof. Dorf, an authority on
Paleobotany, based his conclusions
on plant fossil remains which, he
added, are better indicators of the
past than remnants of fossil ani-
mals. "Plants are more sensitive
Animals, he said, can escape an
advancing glacier by running away
and-'when fossils of such animals
are found, the location often does
not indicate their native habitat.
Plant species typical of warm
and cold climates indicate "more
closely the true tenperature exist-
ing in the particular period in
which they are found."
To support his theory of con-
t nually increasing temperature,
Prof. Dorf reported the findings
of scientists in related fields. Rec-
ords of sea levels indicate the
oceans have been rising at the
frate of two. feet per 100 years
since 1920 due to melting glaciers.
He estimated the sea level would
rise over 100 feet if all the ice caps
Warmer temperatures have al-
ready had some effect in various
parts of the world, he concluded.
In Canada, for instance, the crop
line was extended 65 miles north-
ward since 1920.'
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