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Y, DECEMBER 7, 1957"

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE!

_. IEEBR7 97TEMCIA AL ~l

PSYCHOLOGY FORUM:
Prof. Boring Lectures
On Motivation Problems

By BRUCE COLE
"Enthusiasm, is the friend-of ac-
tion and the enemy of wisdom,"
Professor-emeritus Edward G.
Boring, of Harvard University, re-
marked during his lecture yester-
day on "The Motivational Predic-
ament in Research."
Prof. Boring said that the scien-
tist starts looking for the truth,
inspired by his own enthusiasm,
However, he is prejudiced by his
o,%n cnthusiasm, although he does
not realize it.
Schools Inspire
The schools are like the scien-
tist, Prof. Boring commented.
They inspire the students with
enthusiasm, but they teach them
in such a way as to build up their
own "in groups" which direct the
students along a certain line of
thought.
Even with the individual not af-
fliated with any organization,
Study Finds
Students Alter
APolitical iw
A preliminary study has indi-
cated a changing attitude of law
students toward entering politics,
a University of North Carolina po-
Jlitical scientist said Wednesday.
Prof. Robert E. Agger told the
Political Science Roundtable that
many first year law students in-
tending to enter politics do so be-
cause they have a personality in-
' clination toward it.
In contrast, third ryear law stu-
dents have a tendency to enter
politics for "bread ~-nd butter"
reason or to promote their own
practice.
He emphasized these conclu-
sions were most tentative. The
study he described was made on
law students at a Southeastern
university law school.
He said the study included con-
sideration of such variables as so-
ciability, or a person's ability
and desire to w'ork with others;
his desire to manipulate others,
his self-confidence and his cer-
'tainty about democratic dogma.
k iHe said the study suggests there
is some sort of relationship be-
tween a political organization and
the type of peyson withiin it.
"It may be that personality-or-
iented young politicos are inclined
towards political organizations
which stress personal interactions
with constituents and others,"
Prof. Agger noted.

such as universities, the predica-
ment of motivation through en-
thusiasm causes prejudice to ap-
pear, Prof. Boring said.
In order to remove these preju-
dices it is necessary to bring a

AEC Expert
Commends
Industries
Industry's efforts to eliminate;
and prevent all possible and po-
tential health hazards from the
use of atomic energy as a power
source were praised by the Atomic
Energy Commission's medical re-
search director in an interview
here yesterday.
"Never before in the history of
Phe United States industry has a
new industrial effort been given
such exhaustive testing and ex-
tensive research into the safety of
workers, customers, and any one
related to its use," Dr. C. W. Shill-
Ing, attending the University's In-
stitute on IndIustrial Health ninth
annual Selby Discussional, re-
marked.
Dr. Shilling noted that insur-
ance companies showed no hesi-
tation about insuring persons
connected with the planned atom-I
ic power plant in Monroe, Mich.,
saying that the companies indi-
cated they had insured much
greater risks than that with little
hesitancy.
Accountants
Hold Forum
The Ann Arbor chapter of the
National Association of Account-
ants will hold the first of two ses-
sions in its annual Discussion For-
um at 9 a.m. today in the East
Lecture Hall of the Rackham Bldg.
The six-hour program will fea-
ture discussion on "The Forecast
Side of Budgeting" and "The Con-
trol Side of Budgeting." The after-
noon program begins at 1 p.m.

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watch having two ruby and two dia-
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In vicinity of Overbeck's or Ulrich's
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-Daily-Leonard Cyr
PROF. EDWARD G. BORING
... discusses motivation
critical attitude into one's own
train of thought, "The individual
must be able to recognize the mer-
its of the ideas of others," Prof.
Boring noted.
Culture Influences
The culture of the times influ-
ences many people. This promotes
much enthusiasm, because it gives
people the incentive to achieve
something. In this type of situa-
tion it is very important that one
be enthusiastic but with wise re-
straint, Prof. Boring said.
Prof. Boring continued, "We
must accept some ignorance on
our behalf in order for us to rec-
ognize true genius .in others."
Truth, however, will not come
without searching, he said.

FOR SALE
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)BI1
FOR SALE: Microscope, research quali-
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3697. )B81
FOR SALE: Hi-Ft--Bookshelf speaker
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IVY CLOTHES
Men's sport coats, suits, slacks, and
ties - 38-40. NO 3-3256. )B83

504 First National Bldg.
NQ 5-6107

WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part#
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Co. Phone
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Organzation Notices

While You Wait Service
SANFORD'S
Get your hats cleaned - Suits pressed
Shoes repaired and shined -
Fine Tailoring, 119 East Ann Steet
Phone: Business NO 8-6966
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J31
DON'T BE CAUGHT
UNPROTECTED BY THE COMING
COLD WEATHER. GET YOUR
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NOW
GOLDEN'S SERVICE STATION
601 Packard
)J15
BUY AND RENT your typewriter and
have your typewriter repaired at a
TYPEWRITER STORE.
MORR ILL'S
314 S. State NO 3-2481
OUR 50th YEAR OF MORRILL
SUPPORT TO STUDENTS AND
THE UNIVERSITY
)J56

(Use of this column for announce-
ments of meetings is available to of-
ficially recognized and registered stu-
dent organizations only.)
Graduate Outing Club, hiking, Dec.
8, 1:30 p.m., meet in back of Rackham.
* * *
Unitarian Student Group, discussion,
Dec. 8, 7:00 p.m., First Unitarian
Church. Topic: "Discrimination in Uni-
versity Housing." Transportation from
the Union and Stockwell.
* * *
Pi Lambda Theta, fall initiation and
Christmas Sing, Dec. 7, 2:30 p.m., Cooley
Bldg., North Campus.
*s * *s
Michigan Christian, Fellowship, lec-
ture, Dec. 8, 4:00 p.m., Lane Hall.
Speaker: Dr. Edward Young, Prof. of
Old Testament, Westminster Theologi-
cal Seminary, "Christ - In the Old
Testament Concealed."
* * *
Hillel: Student Zionist Organization,

Study Group meeting, Dec. 8, 7:30 p.m.
Hillel. Topic: The Birth of Political
Zionism. Panel: Hess and Pinsker.
All women interested in the possible
organization of a women's service sor-
ority, Gamma Sigma Sigma, are in-
vited to an open meeting, Dec. 8, 2:00
p.m., Room 3-R, Union. Those who are
interested but unable to attend, please
call Joann Gobel, NO 3-1561, 342 Mosh-
er.
* * *
Registration of Christmas and post-
caroling parties for the week preceding
Christmas vacation will be accepted
in the Office of Student Affairs (2011
SAB) up to Dec. 13. Chaperones may
be a qualified single chaperone or one
married couple. Women students
should note the following exception to
the regular closing hours: "Two week
nights preceding the day Christmas
and spring vacation begin - 11 p.m."
This year these dates fall on Dec. 18
and 19.

1954 WHITE TRIUMPH sports roadster.
Whitewalls and heater. NO 2-3180.
)N73
'56 PONTIAC hardtop, '54 Olds 88 -
2 door, '52 Olds 88--2 door. No Money
Down. PALMER FORD SALES, Chel-
sea, Mich. GR 5-3271 N65
'57 FORD CONVERTIBLE, Red, black
top, Perfectcond. Will trade. Reason-
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Huntington Drive till 10 p.m. )N71
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N35
AUSTIN HEALEY, 1956, red and black,
showroom condition, 4-speed,' ton-
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Part trade for older small car. NO 3-
3067. )N74
'51 FORD 2 door, standard transmis-
ing for reasonable price. NO 8-8397.
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PERSONAL
ATTENTION MEN!!
For your every Christmas "She"
there's a wonderland of gifts at
THE DILLON SHOPS at Forest off
South Univ. or '1111 South Univ.
where your gifts will be beautifully
wrapped free. Open Mon. and Fri.
evenigs till 8:30. )F115,
ANY FUR STYLE made quickly. Your
fur or ours. Accessories for sale.
MARGARET SHOP
516 E. Liberty )F5
Parties or snacks!
Cakes, cookies, and pastry;
Nothing satisfies so well,
As baked goods from Campbell.
CAMPBELL & SON BAKERY
219 N. Main NO 8-9880
Order Now - We Deliver

PHOTO SUPPLIES
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
AIRES - Model III L, F1.9 lens.
REGULAR $99.50 VALUE, SANTA'S
SPECIAL, ONLY........ ....$79.95
PURCHASE CAMERA SHOP
1116 S. University NO 8-6972
)D30
FOR RENT
WOMAN WILL SHARE spacious, fur-
nished apt. with employed or gradu-
ate woman. On campus, oneblock
from Union. Exchange references.
Call NO 2-1878. )C77
IDEAL FOR FOUR students thru sum-
mer session. Two bedroom apartment
unfurnished. Includes stove, refriger-
ator, heat and water. Available Nov. 1
and lease thru August 31, 1958.
$140.50 per month. Coin operated
laundry facilities and swimming pool.
1500 Pauline Blvd. See caretaker. )C51
ATTENTION STUDENTS - TRAILER
SPACE AVAILABLE. Car pool now
forming, excellent water and road
20 minutes east of Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan at Hagerty Rd. Canton Mobile
Village, Wayne, Michigan. )C1
FURNISHED APARTMENT for 6 single
men. Walking distance to campus.
Available February. Call NO 3-5139
evenings. )C78

MISCELLANEOUS
AT LIBERTY: Experienced guitarist de-
sires dance band work. Union. Alan
DeMause. NO 3-0521, ext. 890. )M10
GROUP bicycle insurance! Available to
University of Michigan students,
faculty and staff. Complete all risks
protection at lowest cost. Airway
Underwriters, Inc., N 02-7521. )M7
FOX MOTEL
(formerly Boyd's
Phone in every room
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
)M2
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Baldwin and other makes
New and Used
RARE VIOLINS
Bows and Accessories
All repairs promptly serviced
by two competent repairmen.
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der the auspices of the Conference
Board of the Associated Research Coun-
cils and the Ford Foundation. Panel
Members: Robert Lado (Director of the
Eng. Lang. Institute), Yao Shen, Ed-
ward Anthony, Bryce Van Syoc. All
persons interested in the practical
application of the scientific study of
language to teaching and learning a
foregin language are invited.
Academic Notices
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics
Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. in Room 3209, A.H. Ri-
chard Legault will continue his discus-
sion "On the Problems of Comfound-
ing in General Symmetrical Factorial
Designs."
Placement Notices
San Francisco City Schools have an-
nounced that an eligibility list for
teachers for the 1958-59 school year will
be compiled from the results of the
National Teacher Examination, given
locally on Feb. 15. Positions are open
in the following fields:
Arts & Crafts; Business - Bookkeep-
ing, Secretarial Subjects; English (in-
cluding Americanization, Drama, Pub.
Speak., and/or Journalism); Foreign
Language - French, Spanish; Mathe-
matics (including Arithmetic); Physi-
Dial NO 8-6416
ENDING TONIGHT...
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ATTRACTIONS!

cal Education - Boys (including In-
tramural & Interscholastic Sports);
Science - Biological (including Gen.
Set.), Physical (including Gen Sci.);
Social Studies (including Journalism
and/or Americanization).
Registration for the examination
closes January 17, 1958.
'Applications must also be made by
writing directly to San Francisco.
San Francisco Unified School District,
Personnel Division 135, Van Ness Ave-
nue, San Francisco 2, California.
For those who qualify on the written
examination, an interview will be ar-
ranged to be held in San Francisco dur-
ing April, 1958.
Teachers in the following fields are
needed and requested to file immediate
applications with the Personnel Divi-
sion. No written examinations will be
necessary nor will formal eligibility
lists be established: Homemaking; In-
dustrial Arts; Library; Music - Instru-
mental and Vocal; Physical Education
-Girls.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bulreau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, NO 3-1511,
Ext. 489.
CAREER CONFERENCE
Career Conference for Women will be
held at the Michigan League this af-
ternoon, Dec. 7. Sponsors: Mortar
Board, Scroll, Senior Society and Bu-
reau of Appointments.
1:00 ADVERTISING, Miss Genevieve
Hazzard, Campbell-Ewald Company;
BANKING, Miss Betty Cummins, Na-
tional Bank of Detroit; BIOLOGICAL
RESEARCH, Dr. Rhoda Michaels, Up-
john Company; CIVIL SERVICE, Miss
Anna Roman, Federal Social Security
Agency. Tq8-mk..UBjohs
Agency; COUNSELING; Miss Mildren
Snell, A&P Company.
2:00 INSURANCE Miss Ella Lyons, E.
R. Lyons Insurance Company; JOUR-
NALISM, Miss Laurena Pringle, Detroit
Free Press; LIBRARY WORK Mrs. Ruth
Braun, Detroit News; PERSONNEL Miss
Virginia Phillips, Michigan Bell Tele-
phone Company; PHYSICAL THERA-
PY Miss Virginia Wilson, University
Hospital.
3:00 AIRLINE HOSTESSING Miss Vir-

ginia Roiz, Pan American World Air-
ways; MILITARY SERVICES Captain
Inger Beaumont, U.S. Marine Corps;
PUBLISHING Mr. Edwin Watkins, Uni-
versity Press; RADIO & TV, Miss Fran
Harris, WWJ; RETAIL Miss Ruth Dunn,
the J. L. Hudson Company; SOCIAL
WORK, Mrs. Roberta Tarbell, Detroit
Department of Welfare.
All women are invited to come to get
information about any of the above
fields. Tea will be served during the
afternoon so that girls may talktin-
formally with the speakers. The talks
will be of interest to underclassmen
as well as to seniors who are in the
market for a job at the present. Get
engaged in Business. Career Day for
Women.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS
Zoology Dept., University of Michi-
gan, 2090 Natural Science would like a
woman for Laboratory Technician or
Research Assistant.
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Wal-
tham, Mass. MEN with over 2 years of
experience for Senior Electric Engin-
eers, with 5-10 years of experience in
design and packaging of advanced air-
borne and ground based electronic
equipment and electro mechanical de-
vices for Senior Mechanical Engineers,
with 5-10 years of experience to assume
major responsibilities and supervise de-
velopment on VHF to UHF projects for
Senior Engineers.
St. Regis Paper Company, New York
City, N.Y., MEN with degrees in Gen-
eral Liberal Arts, Economics, Journal-
ism, Business Administrating, Account-
ing, Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical,
Electrical and Civil Engineering, Chem-
istry and Mathematics for various posi-
tions.
Miniature Precision Bearings, Inc.
Split Ballbearing Division, Lebanon, N.
Hamp., MAN with an engineering de-
gree or its equivalent with minimum of
4 years of bearing design, development
and application experience, between
26-35 for Applications Engineer. Posi-
tion entails highly technical engineer-
ing duties primarily related to the de-
sign and application of anti-friction
single or double fractured rings.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admini-
stration Building or Extension 3371 at
the University.

Carpet remnants: Many sizes
and colors. Ideal for student rooms.
Save up to half.
SMITH FLOOR COVERING
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CLEAN COOKED AND DE-VEINED
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208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
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rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
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HI THERE!
Drop in today to pick up the pretzels,
chips, crackers and cheese for tonight's
party. And don't forget the mixes-
which we've also got in stock.
FREEMAN FOOD MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"On Packard just off State Street"
)J57
TRANSPORTATION
GRAD STUDENT and wife driving to
Philadelphia area December 21. Will
take two riders. Call HE 9-3123 (Mi-
lan) after 5 p.m, )G21

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Gunman 2.
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home? YES! A phone call brings you
a selection of over 2,000 magazine
subscriptions which make inexpensive,
distinctive gifts. Student Periodical,
NO 2-3061. )F126
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