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25, 1959

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By THOMAS HAYDEN
AUSTIN, Texas - A proposed
final examination file for all Uni-
versity of Texas students has been
rejected by the school's Faculty
Council.
Backers of the proposal said it
would give everyone who did not
live in a sorority, fraternity, or
co-op an equal change in having
access to the examinations, which
are usually carefully kept in or-
ganized housing units.
Objections to the filing of finals
in the school's library were based
on three major points:,
1) Filing exams in the library
would cause a storage problem
and a high cost problem in col-
lecting the exams.
2) Many faculty members felt
that the question of final exams
was a departmental matter, and
that filing systems might possibly,
be set up in the main offices of
the various departments.
3) Faculty members were reluc-
tant to vote for a ruling or sys-
tem, that would be difficult to
enforce.
Dean of Student Life Arno No-
wotny thought it would be more

practical to have files in the vari-
ous departments.
He was not discouraged by the
motion's defeat. "As a result of
this action I feel that thevarious
departments will begin to make
some arrangements for final
exams."
BELTON, Texas - Juniors and
seniors at Baylor College will be
given no final examinations but
will take regular hour examina-
tions unannounced as an experi-
ment.
Students may expect more
exams during the semester and
without a final exam each will
count a great deal in final grades,
Dean C. .A. Anderson warned.
"The practice of planning
should become obsolete for the
upperclassman," Anderson said.
Under the experimental plan, stu-
dents must be prepared at all
times, thus encouraging a sense of
responsibility, be explained.
The purpose of the plan is to
help promote good study habits,
and to encourage students to be
prepared at all times, thus devel-
oping a sense of responsibility.

COLLEGE ROUNDUP

Anderson explained this is an
experiment that can be canceled
at any time depending on its
success.
MINNEAPOLIS - How fairly
are students treated when they
are in disciplinary difficulty?
What should the faculty tell
about student loyalty when gov-
ernment agencies inquire?
The University of Minnesota
Senate Committee of Student Af-
fairs will pick up these questions
when school starts in the fall.
PALO ALTO, Calif. - Stanford
University will set up a second
overseas campus at Florence,
Italy.
Negotiations are well advanced
for the lease of a modern hotel in
a quiet section of central Flor-
ence, to be used for classes in
1960. Stanford already operates a
small branch at Stuttgart, Ger-
many.
Sixty-six students will go to the
Florence branch, taking courses in
humanities and social sciences
that profit by being taught over-
seas.

DEVELOPMENT:
Education
Seminar
Planned
The University and eight other
educational institutions will par-
ticipate in. an Inter-Institutional
Seminar in Child Development to
be held Aug. 2-14 at Greer-'ld
Village and Walden Woods.
The other groups are: Michigan
State University, Wayne State
University, Merrill-Palmer School.
Lafayette Clinic (Detroit), Henry
Ford Museum and Greenfield Vil-
lage, University of Toronto, Kan-
sas State Teachers College, and
Valparaiso University, Ind.
Purpose of the seminar is to 1)
assemble an outstanding staff of
researchers and teachers in child
development with varied ap-
proaches and interests; 2) attract
students interested in child devel-
opment and education;. and 3)
bring together educators from
foreign countries and American
educators, to exchange ideas.

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Eastman Kodak' Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Engineers with B.S.C'and M.S. inChern.
Engrg.
Executive Manpower Corp., N.Y.C. Vice-
President - Sales; Vice-President -
Ma'rketing; Sales Manager and Project
Engrg. Requirementsrand description
are on file at the Bureau.
Sealed Power Corp., Muskegon, Mich.
College graduate to enter Management
Development Program for interested
management personnel.
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp.,, Wyan-
dotte, Mich., recentlysgraduated Chem.
Engra. None to three years experience
will be considered.
Village of Lombard, Ill. Director of
Finance (Grad. in accounting or relat-
ed field; municipal finance experience
desirable)3; and Director of Engineer-
ing an dPublic Works (Grad.tCivilor
Arch. Engr.; experience in both or re-
lated field desirable).
W. R. McCabe, Management Consult-
ants, Detroit, Project Engrs., Product
Engrs., Ceramic Engrs:, Mech. Engrs.,
Electrical Sales Engr., Paper-Chemistry
Engr., Electrical Quality Control.

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Kendall Co., Chicago Division, Elec-i
trical Control Engr. 28-38 preferred;
prefer degree in E. E. with training and
interest in*electronics. si
U. S. Civil Service Commission an-
nounces examinations for Historian,
Cartographer, and Librarian.
Y.M.C.A., Toledo, Ohio., Director of
women's and girls' work in their fam-
ily Branch. B.A. or M.A. with a major
in Recreation, Soc., Social Group Work
or Psych. 22-35 yrs.
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., Hart-.
ford, Conn., young men as independent
insurance agents representing their
company.
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Co., Boston, Mass., young men, prefer-
ably married, between 22-35, interested
in a lifetime career in the life insur-
ance business, in Lansing area.
Y.M.C.A. of Grand Rapids. Asst.
Physical Director. Degree in Physical
Ed.
Biological Warfare LaBs., Fort Det-
rick, Md., Scientists, Engineers, and
Mathematicians.
Standard Oil Co., Detroit, Mich. Sales
trainee candidates in Commercial Dept.
Wilson & Co., Inc., Chicago, Ill. Male,
Chemical 'Engr., Chemist, and Sales
Correspondent.
The Lummus Co., N.Y.C. Mechanical
Engrs. with approximately 2-3 yrs.
engrg. experience, for training as Plan-
ning Engrs. on field construction as-
signments.
Organization in Center Line, Mich.
Salary Analyst. Man with B.A. or M.A.
in Econ., Industrial Psych., or Bus. Ad.
If B.A. must have experience.
State of Connecticut. Physical Ther-
apists, Sanitary Inspector, Radiologist.
California Technical Industries, Bel-
mont, Calif., is looking for Engrs., with
B.S. and M.S.
Alco Products, Inc., Schenectady, N.Y.
Welding Development Engr. for Re-
search and Development Dept. Gradu-

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ate welding or metallurgical engrg. or
equivalent practical experience.
Blaw-Knox Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Checker, First Class Detailer and Lay-
out Man, Designer, Civil (Structural)
Engr., Sr. Accounting Clerk, Field Serv-
ice Tech., Mech, Design Engr., and De-
sign Engrs.
Standard Fruit & Steamship Co., New
Orleans ,La. Recent grad., with or with-
out experience in financial analysis, to
work as a Staff Analyst in Planning
and Analysis Dept.
Columbia Mills, Syracuse, N.Y., Two
sales trainees, in the textile division,
and in the East.
Horace L. Smith, Jr., Inc., Richmond,
Va., Mature, experienced Chemical
Engr., who knows heat transfer in all
its ramifications and who has urge to
personaly design process equipment
himself.
Union Carbide Metals Co., Niagara
Falls, N.Y. Persons with 2-7 yrs. of ex-
perience in the ferrous metals indus-
try. Contact Metalurgical Engr. with
training in iron and steel proces met-
allurgy with a working background in
the physical chem. and thermo-dynam-
ics of steelmaking. Also: Jr. Patent Co-
Organization
Notices
(Use of this column for an-
nouncementshis available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for the sum-
mer semester should register by
July 3. Forms available, 2011 Stu-
dent Activities Building.)
Sailing Club, open meeting, June 25,
7:30 p.m., Union, Rms. 3R and S.

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ordinator, Market Rseearch Asst., Sales-
man, and Technical Writer.
Corning Glass Works, Corning, N.Y.
Electronic Components Field Sales
Manager. Prefer college grad. in elec-
tronics or experience in electronic sell-
ing.
Lufkin Foundry and Machine Co.,
Lufkin, Texas. Graduate metallurgist
with 3-10 yrs. experience in gray iron
cupola operation, and makingrductie
iron from a basic line cupola.
New Mexico Institute of Mining &
Technology, Campus Station Cocorro,
N, M., Executive Secretary, to Presi-
dent. Recent grad. in Bus. Ad., or
alumnus, unencumbered female, 25-50
years, at least B.A. degree and three
yrs. experience as secretary.
Tracerlab, Waltham, Mass., Electron-
ic Design 'and Development Engrs.,
Mech. Engrg. Tube Design Engr., Engr.,
Process Products and Components
Engr., Sr. Scientist, Sr. Chem. Scientist,
Sr. Chemist, and Physicist.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 40Qi Ad-
min., Ext. 371.

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The Regents approved 10 facul-
ty appointments at their meeting
June 12.
Five of the appointments were
to the literary college and includ-
ed Prof. Neville W. Rogers, from
the University of Birmingham,
England, who will be a visiting
lecturer in English for the first
semester of 1959-60. Prof. Rogers
is a senior research fellow, tutor
and lecturer at his home univer-
sity in England.
Edward Glaser, a member of
the Harvard University faculty
since 1951, was appointed asso-
ciate professor of Spanish and
Portuguese, for the academic year
1959-60.
Eisch Appointed
Prof. John J. Eisch was ap-
pointed assistant professor of
chemistry for the 1959-60 aca-
demic year. He had previously
been assistant professor of chem-
istry at St. Louis University.
Irwin Goldberg, a physicist at
the Brookhaven National Labora-
tory since 1957, was appointed as-
sistant professor of physics. Leta
J. Lewis was also appointed as-
sistant professor, in the German
department, for a three-year
period beginning in the fall. Miss
Lewis has been .an instructor in
Reedley College, Calif., previously.
The Regents approved one ap-
pointment to the Law School fac-
ulty. Prof. Roger A. Cunningham,
previously a member of the Rut-
gers University law faculty 'since
1954, was approved as professor of
law, effective for the fall semes-
ter, 1959-60.'
Property Specialist
Prof. Cunningham's specialty is
property law, and he will teach a
first-year course in property, and
a seminar in land utilization. His
appointment will help fill a va-
cancy left. by the retirement of
Prof. Lewis M. Simes of the Law
School.
Prof. Nelson W. Spencer, who
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with the 1959-60 academic year.
King To Teach
John S. King was appointed as-
sociate professor of nuclear engi-
neering for a two-year period, be-
ginning next fall. King has been
manager of the critical assemblies
laboratories of the Knolls Atomic
Power Laboratory in Schenectady,
New York. He received his Ph.D.
degree from the University.
Also appointed to the engineer-
ing college faculty was Edward L.
McMahon, an assistant professor
at Michigan State University
since 1956. He was appointed as-
sistant professor of electrical en-
gineering for a three-year period.
beginning with the 1959-60 school
year.
The Regents made one appoint-
ment. to the School of Nursing
faculty, Alice Marsden, to assist-
ant professor of nursing.
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