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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

11

lent Jobs
ilable

Employment at the United States
lisplays at the Brussels World's
air next year has been opened to
Wniverslty jtudents.
Vice-President for Student Af-
airs James A. Lewis said yesterday
Spplications for this work can be
btained until Jan. 9 from his
>ffice in the administration build-
.ng.
If students can qualify, they
will work as American guides at
hie United States pavilion and
udtorium-theater at the Fair,
*pril 10 through Oct. 20, 1958.
The qualifications for employ-
,ent include: Citizenship in the
Jnited States, single and without
lependents or if married, both
iusband and wife must be qualified
nd available for employment;
Two years of college training or
he equivalent; 'between the ages
f 19 and 25;avalable for employ-
nt for the duration of the Fair;
able to kfurnish a doctor's certifi-
ation of excellent health, freedom
.rom communicable disease and
ay condition which might inter-
ere /with performance of duties;
Ohb e to. meet security. and suit!
ility standards;r sufficiently
Isuen in French to.carry on a con-
rersa ion concerning subjects of
noderate difficulty and complexity.
Preferences will be given to can-
idates who, in addition, have a
vorking knowledge of Flemish,
"panish, German or Italian.
L 1ewis stressed that State De-
artment exception to the regula-
ions cannot be made for any rea-
son however, he indicated that
he University could allow students
o leave school in time to begin
work April 10.-
Th- employee will receive $150
er month; tavel expenses, livig
Eccommodations in government
eaed quarters provided at no cost
o liim; an allowance of $5 per day
;oward general living expenses and
w uniforms and accessories with
rycleaning or laundry of uni-,
orms provided.
U' Professor
Conducts Child
Wntal.,Study
During the past year the School
>f Education has conducted a
tudy of the growth ,and develop-
nent of mentally retarded child-
'en, directed by Prof. Warren, A.
Ketcham, of the education school.
The children studied attend the
.oleman School, Inc. in Detroit.
Eanging from five to 18 years old,
hey have a mental age from one-
ourth to one-half their chrono-
ogical age.
Retarded children are of two
ypes, those whose brains were in-
ured by severe disease or accident
mnd those whose intelligence is
ormal for their family.
Prof. Ketcham said all mentally
etarded children are not alike as
hey show widespread differences
n their potentialities.
For the extreme cases, an edu-
ational program which will teach
hem , self-care and living with
thers is needed. Academic work is
Mpossible, but they can be trained
n safety and health education.
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Ends TONIGHT
"Some
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aud THE FLOQD THAT DESTROYED THE WORLD!

-Daily-James MacKay:
RELIGIOUS ART-Pictured is a reproduction of William Blake's
original engraving "The Vision of Christ." The print is one of the
21 designs which Blake included in his hand-engraved "Book of
Job." This engraving is included in the Blake collection at the '
General Library.
ibrary Shows Blake's Works
in Commemoration Exhibition

UNION:
To Offer
Air Flight
To Europe
The Union announced that it
will again sponsor a round-trip
airflight to Europe this summer.
The trip flight, which will leave
New York City June 21 and return
August 30, will carry 68 passen-
gers. The round-trip cost of $325
does not include tours.
Tours may be purchased through
a travel agency.
Frank Tranzow, '59E, chairman
of the Union's student services
committee, said the airline charter
last year arrived two days' late for
the return trip. In addition it ruled
that there could be no one-way
passengers. As a result -it was
necessary to charge an extra $30
for all passengers. The Union won
the, case, which was taken to court,
however, and $26 was recently re-
turned to each passenger, Tranzow
said. The remainder were court
costs.
Tranzow said a different airline
has been engaged for this year, and
the contract was much more inclu-
sive. Only round-trip tickets will
be sold, Tranzow said.
The airlines will be liable in case
of any delay in transportation.
Spaces for the trip will be avail-
ablt in the Student Offlices of the
Union immediately after Christ-
mas. Reservations will require a
down payment of $100 and the re-
mainder is to be paid April 15.
Read and Use
Dail y Classifieds

University Regents yesterday
gave approval to a list of nine
names for the houses in the new
Mary Markley Hall, slated for
completion in September, 1958.
In a departure froze previous
methods, part of the list wcs sug-
ges'd by dergraduate women.
Traditionally, University alumnae
have suggested all names when
new buildings were ,'amed.
Tha ,-mes suggested - undxr-

Houses in Markley Hall
Given Names by Regents

Margaret Salsbury Bush, '30; and
Josephine Rankin Fir- . '10.
Names suggested by Michigan
a' nnar include:
Nora Crane Hunt, '035M; Laurel
Harper Seeley, '29A&D; Lucy El-
vira Elliott, '03, and Orma Fitch
Butler, '97.
All t' V former stud--.t., whose
names were suggested, are de-
ceased.

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A new p'dy by Hopwood Award Winner, Beverly Cannir
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Tickets $1.00 and 75c
Box Office open until 8 P.M.

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graduate woien and approved by
the Regents include:
Charlotte Alice Blagoon, who
attended the University from 1921
to 1925 when he suffered a stroke
of paralysis; Barbara Jane Little,
'51; Betty Vaughn Thronson, '46;
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By JEAN HARTWIG
"William Blake is much more
highly considered aOw than he
was in his own age," according to
Ella M. Hymans, Rare Book Li-
brarian.
"It is hard to say, though," she
continued, "how he would be re-
garded if he lived in these 'Sput-
nik' days. It is very difficult for a
person who is not in sympathy
with him to understand his
works."
To commemorate the 200th an-
niversary of William Blake's birth,
the General Library is exhibiting
a collection of reproductions of
his original editions in the first
floor lobby.
Includedmin the collection,
which is from the general files of
the Rare Book Room in the Gen-
eral Library, are 37 reproductions
of Blake's original engravings and
ten books of ,his biography and
criticisms of his works.
There are very few of Blake's
original books in existence today,
Miss Hymans said. Most of these
are in the large museums in New
York City, and at Harvard. The
Main Library has no special Blake
collection.
Begins Early
Blake's artistic career began at
an early age. Before he had
reached the age of 14, he had at-
tended art school, written some
original verse, and been apbren-
ticed to an engraver.
At the age of 25 he married
Catherine Boucher, a gardener's
daughter, who proved to be an ex-
cellent wife to the literary genius.
Blake, aided by his wife, 'wrote,
printed and1 engraved all of his.
works by hand because he was not
able to find a publisher. He

thought of engraving as a recrea-
tion and once remarked, "I don't
understand what you mean by
the want of a holiday." %
Regarded as Mystic
Blake's imaginative creations
became the distinguishing feature
of his genius. He is regarded by
his critics as a "mystic." His'
favorite tenet was often expressed
in these words-"All things exist
in the human imagination alone."
The Blake display is very pop-
ular at the Main Library, accord-I
ing to Miss Hymans. The display
will remain in the library until
Feb. 1.

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