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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1958

THE MIChIGAN DAILY

ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN:
Youtz Says Future Architectural Planning Important

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Training students to undertake
the design of modern Michigan
from many angles is a major ob-
jective of the University's College
of Architecture and Design, ac-
cording to Dean Philip N. Youtz
of the Architecture College.
"A state which depends on tour-
ists for so much of its revenue can
not afford to neglect planning, ar-
chitecture, landscape architecture
and the various arts which will
enhance its appeal to visitors,"
Dean Youtz said.
"Michigan is about to become a
world shipping center with the
completion of the Great Lakes
and Atlantic Seaway, he con-
tinued. This new connection be-
tween the heart of the continent
and the ocean may mean the di-
versification of industry, the
growth of population and the in-
crease of wealth and new pros-
perity."

"However, such growth may
produce slums and blighted areas
and congestion and poverty un-
less it is guided by the arts of de-
sign, planning, architecture, land-
scape architecture and other spe-
cial arts, Dean Youtz noted.
"This is a moment in history
when the state requires imagina-
tion in creating a new man-made
physical environment. Our col-
lege has mobilized its resources
to help meet this need," he re-
ported.
Dean Youtz said that "People
have put their trust in the econ-
omic motive alone for too long. A
narrow concentration on money
often dries up its sources, pro-
duces labor troubles' and reduces
property values."
Citizens Discern
"A maturing citizenry are be-
ginning to discern that in addi-

tion to production and distribu-
tion and investments, we must de-
sign the kind of environment
which will promote human values,
aesthetic satisfaction, emotional
s e c u r i t y, imagination, mental
health and the enjoyment of life,"
he continued.
"A population that has visited
Europe as tourists has returned
home to ask why our country-side
and our towns and our cities can-
not be as attractive as the pic-
turesque farms and charming
gardens and spacious cities that
they have admired abroad," he
charged.
Sing of Beauty
"We sing of America the beauti
ful but we allow our cities and
highways ,to be disfigured," Dean
Youtz claimed.
"The architect, planner, land-

scaper and artist have the oppor-
tunity to show how space may be
made beautiful, how this may be
done economically, how good de-
sign protects property values and
how the arts may contribute to
the well being of our common-
wealth," he said.
"By pointing out the long range
goal to our students, we ate giv-
ing a new vitality and reality to
the work they undertake," Dean
Youtz added.
Organization
Notices
India Student Association, Documen-
tary films of India, July 19, Rackham
Amphitheater, 8 p.m.
* * s
International Students Association,
film program, documentary, Lowell
Thomas, July 18, : Architecture Audi-

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Build-
ing, before 2 p.m., the day preced-
ing publication.
r FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1958
VOL. LXVII, NO. 17-S
Lectures
Dr. Stuart Finch will be consulting
psychiatrist at the staff clinic, Fri.,
day, July 18, at the U. of M. Fresh Air
Camp, 8:00 p.m.
Astronomy Department Visitors Night
Fri., July 18, 8:30 p.m., Rm. 2003 Angel
Hall. Dr. Hazel M. Losh will speak on
"The Summer Sky," After the lecture
the Student Observatory on the fifth
floor of Angell Hall will be open for
inspection and for telescopic observa-
tions of Jupiter and Saturn. Children
welcomed, but must be accompanied by
adults.

Conference Series for English Teach-
ers: "Challenging the Superior Stu-
dent" Robert U. Jameson, Chrmn.,
Dept. of English, Haverford School,
Haverford, Pa. Fred G. Walcott, Chair-
man. Mon., July '21, 4:00 p.m., Aud. C,
Angell Hall.
Concerts
Student Recital: Kenneth Hom, who
studies oboe with Florian Mueller, will
present a recital in the Rackham As-
sembly Hall Mon., July 21, 8:30 p.m. In
partial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree of Master of Music
(Wind Instruments). Mr. Holm will be
assisted by Ervin Nichols, flute, Sheila
McKenzie, violin, and Beatrice Holm,
piano, and will include on his pro-
gram concertos by Handel and Bach in
addition to compositions by Jacob,
Bozza and Honegger. Open to the gen-
eral public.
Academic Notices
Students, College of Engineering: The
final day for dropping courses witlout
record will be. Fri., July 18. A cotirse
may be dropped only with the permis-
sion of the Classifier after conference
with the instructor.
Doctoral Examination for Edward
Alexander Spiegel, Astronomy; thesis:
"The Onset of Thermal Convection in
a Radiating Atmosphere," Fri., July 18,
22 Observatory, 3:00 p.m. Co-Chairmen,
Leo Goldberg and M. S. Uberol.
Placement Notices
The following schools have - listed
teaching vacancies with the Bureau of
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Appointments for the 1958-1959 school
year. They will not be here to inter-
view at this time.
Clinton, Mich. -- H.S. Math; Girls
Physical Education.
Dolgeville, N.Y. - Latin/German,
East Jackson, Mich. - J.H.S. Art;
Math; Home Economics.
Ecorse, Mich.E-Commercial, Physics/
Math; Chemistry/Photography; Radio.
Ionia, Mich. (Medium Security Cor-
rective Institution)-H.S. Math (Man).
Medina, Ohio - J.H.S. General Sci-
ence (plus some coaching); Elemen-
tary Physical Education/H.S.EDriver
Education.
Park Forest, 1l. - Elementary; J.H.S.
Art; Social Studies/Language Arts;
Elementary Counselor; Elementary vo-
cal Music.
Quincy, Mich. - Elementary; Guid-
ance/Science; Guidance/Social Studies;
Girls Physical Education/Science or
Social Science; Social Science or So-
cial Science/English (Woman).
Rockford, Ill. - H.S. English; Span-
ish; French; J.H.S. Choral Music/Dra-
matics; Mentally Handicapped; Speech
Correction; visiting Social Counselor;
Elementary.
Romeo, Mich. - Girls Physical Edu-
cation Math; English/Social Studies
8th grade - woman); H.S. English.
Talmadge, Ohio - J.H.S. English;
Social Studies or American History/
Assistant Football Coach.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base,
Ohio, has several vacancies for Indus-
trial Engineers, Electrical, and Mechan-
ical Engineers. These engineers will be
working with the Air Materiel Com-
mand.
Parke-Davis & Company, Detroit, has
openings for the following positions:
Area Engineer. Requiresk degree In Me-
chanical Engineering with a minimum
of 5 yrs. experience in plant manage-
'ment, maintenance, and construction.
Prefer 30-35. Engineer , with similar
background to job above, but with ex-
perience in the refrigeration or power
plant fields. Designer with experience
in design of small machines and me-
chanisms. Age: 30-45. Requires B.S. in
Mechanical Engineering.'Industrial En-
gineer. B.S.I.E. required.- No experience
necessary. Should have a knowledge of
methods engineering plant layout,
methods of economy. Systems & Proce-
dures position. -Requires B.A. in Ac-
counting. Will do work in auditing, ac-
counting and systems. Some experience
is required.
State of Michigan, Civil Service, an-
nounces examination for Unemploy-
ment Claims Clerk. Applications must
be postmarked or filed no later than
Aug. 6, 1958. Written exam will be given
Sept. 13, 1958. Also announced is exam
for Chemist Trainee, Closing date Aug.
6, 1958. Written exam given on Sept.
13, 1958. B.S. in Chemistry or Chemical
Engineering.
Presbyterian Board of National Mis-
sions has the following positions open:
Teachers, Dietitians, Office Secretaries-
Bookkeeper, Social Workers, House-

mothers & Housefathers, Nurses, X-ray
Technicians, Library Assistant.
Continental Can Company, Inc., N. Y.
City, has the following job vacancies:
New Products Coordinator. Degree in
Liberal Arts, Business Administration
or Engineering desired. Prior experience
in Industrial Sales and Marketing nec-
essary. Age: 26-35. Personnel Supervisor,
B.A. or B.S. with a major in Industrial
Relations or Business. Business experi-
ence In field of Personnel and/or In-
dustrial Relations. Age: 26-35. Systems
and Procedures Engineer. Degree in1
Systems Engineering and/or allied field
required. Business experience necessary;
must have intimate knowledge of IBM
Systems and Procedures. Age: 25-35.
Plant Training Supervisor. Degree in
Mechanical or Educational area with
prior teaching and mechanical experi-
ence highly desirable. Age: 26-40.
Structural or Civil Engineer. Degree in
Civil Engineering or allied Engineering
field desired. Prior experience preerred.k
gree in Mechanical Engineering orp
Age: 25-40. Development Engineer. De-
gree in Mechanical Engineering or
closely allied Engineering field desired.
Prior industrial experience necessary.
Age: 26-35. Manager of Manufacturing.
Degree in Engineering required with
experience in Manufacturing preferred.
Age: up to 50. Co-ordinator Sales
Trainee Program. Prefer graduate de-
gree in Marketing or Sales Management.
Prior industrial experience in sales
traning desirable. Age: 26-31. Moderate
travel expected. N. Y. City.
Reproduction Products Co., Detroit,
is looking for an Organic Chemist to
sensitive material used in the graphic
do research and development on light
arts field. Salary open. Prefer mpale
with B.S. or M.S. and previous ex-
perience in paper coating desirable but
not necessary.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.
Stock Market
Prices Go Up
NE1 YOam (A') - Steels and
other defens issues boomed as the
stock market surged to a new high
for 1958 in heavy trading yester-
day.
It was the biggest rise in 21/2
months. An estimated $2,187,000,-
000 was added to the quoted value
of stocks listed on the New York
Stock Exchange based on the rise
in The Associated Press average.
Volume was 3,180,000 shares
compared with 3,240,000 Wednes-
day. It was the third straight
three-million-share day.

Thetas Building
Kappa Alpha Theta is adding a
large, grey brick addition which
will include a remodeled dining
room and kitchen, as well as bring-
ing the house's capacity up to 64.
Alpha Epsilon Phi will move
from their old house at 407 Ingalls
to the former Delta Gamma house
at 1205 Hill in the fall. They will
remodel their new house some-
what before September.
Contemplate Additions
Other houses are contemplating
additiornsor new houses. Alpha Chi
Omega has bought the Alice Lloyd
property which they will occupy
in 1959. They are eventually
planning for a new house.
Phi Mu has bought the -Phi Chi
house, a professional fraternity
located at 1541 Washtenaw, which
it will use as an annex beginning
in 1959. Alpha Gamma Delta has
tentative plans to construct a
new house, while Alpha Delta Pi
is contemplating an addition.
Sororities, through their own
efforts in the housing area, have
relieved the necessity of the Uni-
versity finding large amounts of
additional quarters for them such
as league houses, Dean Leslie ex-
plained.

BRAND NEW-The new Delta Gamma house on Washtenaw at Ferdon will house 69 women beginning in September. The $240,000 struc-
ture will contain sleeping quarters (right) with special seniors rooms, each with a private balcony. The living and dining areas (left)
are separated from the bedrooms by an entrance area. The old DG house at 1205 Hill has been purchased by Alpha Epsilon Phi as their
new sorority house. The new DG house will be finished in August, while AEPhi will complete the remodeling of their new house for the
fall semester.
Sororities Repair, Replace Houses
"Millions of dollars have been spent in the last seven years on the
development of sorority housing," Assistant Dean of Women Elizabeth,
A. Leslie said recently.
At present five sororities are building. Delta Gamma will complete
a new house at Washtenaw and Ferdon in the fall which will house 69.
Each bedroom in the new structure will have a built-in vanity, and
the house will feature "senior bedrooms" with individual balconies.
The sandy brick and redwood structure is contemporary in style.,
Zeta Tau Alpha is building an addition containing a new kitchen,
dining room and living quarters for six women. With the addition, the
Zeta house will hold over 60 occu-
pants. Alpha i Delta is building a
new house utilizing the super-
structure of their present house at +
825 Tappan. Pi Beta Phi will in-
crease their house capacity to over
65 by their almost completed addi-
tion.

LARGE ADDITION-Kappa Alpha Theta will be able to use
their new addition in the fall. The grey brick structure, behind
the white pillared Theta house at 1414 Washtenaw, will contain a
remodeled dining room and kitchen, as well as sleeping quarters.

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Story by ROBERT JUNKER
Photos by AL ERBE

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