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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 195?

DAILY

'U' Fine Arts Professor
Gets $1,000 LSA Prize

OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

TUESDAY SPECIALS

(Continued from Page 4)
Column in the Michigan Daily for an-..
nouncement of meetings and use of
meeting room in University buildings
Will be restricted to officially recog-
nied and registered student organiza-a
tions.I
For procedures and regulations relat-I
ing to student organizations, officers
are referred to University Regulations
Concerning Student Affairs, Conduct
and Discipline. Cpies are available in
theOffice of Student Affairs.]
Lectures
Prof. Wm. A. Fowler of the Califor-
nia Institute of Technology will give
a series of lectures on "Stellar Evolu-
tion and Abundance of the Elements,"
sponsored jointly by the Departments
of Physics and Astronomy, on Tues.,
Wed. and Fri. the week of June 24, and
Mon. and Wed. the week of July 1. All
lectures will be at 11:00 a.m. in Room
2038, Randall Laboratory.
Academic Notices
Sports and Dance Instruction:
Women students who elect to regis-
ter for physical education instructional
classes may do so In Barbour Gymna-
slum from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon and
1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tues. through Fri.,
June 25 to 28.
Instruction is available in beginning,
elementary and synchronized swim-
ming; diving; tennis; beginnng and
elementary golf; modern dance; and
posture, figure and carriage. No addi-
tonal fee. Equipment for class use is
available.
Placement Notices
Registration Meeting:
There will be a placement registra-
tion meeting of the Bureau of Appoint-
ments on Mon., July 1, at 300 p.m. In
aoom 2003 of Angell Hall. Students at-
tending summer school, and who will
be graduating and looking for perman-
ent employment either this August
or next year, are urged to attend. Em-
poyrment information and registration
material will be given to people desir-
ing jobs in either the teaching field
or in non-teaching fields.
Students who are already registered
with the Bureau and who have re-
turned to the campus for summer
school are urged to bring in their cur-
zent address and course elections.
Personnel Requests:
Dunn & Wright Associates, Inc., New
Tork, N.Y., is seeking Investment Man-
agement counselors for several, branch
offices of an investment counseling
and fund management organization.
Gerber Baby Foods, Gerber Products
Co., Fremont, Mich. has an open posi-
tion in the Advertising Dept, for a man
with one to three years of experience
in advertising or marketing.
WTAC, The Big Station Inc., Flint,
Mich., needs a Broadcast Engr. with a
First Class Radio-Telephone Certif-
cate. The position will be for at least
8 'weeks, but may be permanent,
A local office supply firm is looking
for a salesman.
Roffman Industries, Inc., Spring Ar-
bor, Mich., is in need of a Bus.Ad.
graduate to work as office manager in
a plastic molding business.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg, ext 3371.
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OVERBECK'S

Prof. Marvin J. Eisenberg of the
fine arts department has received
a $1,000 "outstanding young
teacher in the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts" award.

Presented annually by the liter-
ary college Class of 1923, the
award was originated eight years
ago by the Class of 1919 and taken
over five years later by the pres-
ent class.
Funds are collected from mem-
bers of the class and then turned
over to a special committee of the
Literary College which. selects the
instructor.
Prof. Eisenberg was graduated
from the University of Pennsyl-
vania in 1943, and received M.A.
and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton
University in 1949 and 1954, res-
pectively.
He bceame an instructor at the

University in 1949 and currently
teaches a course in fine arts and
modern European painting in ad-
dition to several advanced courses.
NAACP Asks
Voting Rights
DETROIT (P)-The annual con-
vention of the National Assn. for
Advancement of Colored People,
opening here today, "will be con-
cerned with how to accelerate ac-
tion on civil rights," the organiza-
tion's executive secretary said yes-
terday.
Roy Wilkins told a news confer-
ence "our objective is to achieve
first-class citizenship for Negro
Americans."

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