THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY
Friday, April 12, 1968
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Michigan Community Blood Center
OT EXAMINATION BLUES? Brighten
up in our sauna. 4nn Arbor Gym-
khana 662-9200. 1-10 p.m. F44,
ELP! We're looking for a 2-man 2-
bdrm. apt, for next Fall. We'll pay
you $15 if we rent the one you sug-
gest. Call Chas. 761-9881 or 761-5413.
AVE NO PLACE TO GO, nothing to
do between semesters? Serve as a
paid subject in listening experiments.
urope 9 weeks, 12 Countries. $999.
Call -STUDENTOURS 764-0819. F27
OST NOTES for Antro 452
It would only take me a few hours
to copy yours and can return them
immediately. 769-1251. FE
6TROBE LIGHTS - 761-0195
UNCERTAIN whether you need help?
Where to find it? Call 764-7415 orgo
to 1011 S.A.B. F34
SUMMER SUBLET at THE ABBEY.
Bi-level, 2 full bathrms., air-cond.,
up and down, dishwasher, free park-
ing, garb. disposal. Call 769-533 after
6100 p.m. FF
UNLESS THIS IS to be the summer of
our discontent, we must sublet a
spacious, balconied, 3-man, 3-bed-
roon apartment. Damn cheap. Call
769-1183 persistently midnight 'til
JAN - The' time has finally come.
Lucky you. Good luck on finals. Are
you pinned? Mike. F29
WANTED-4 bedroomp house for- fall
occupancy. Call 761-2798 or 761-9599.
ONE GROOVY guy with car looking
for one groovy chick with whom to
make it, (to San Francisco) mid
May. Call Ted 769-5377. . F17
UNDER THE COUNTER books at the
Wooden Spoon - First, old rare,
o.p. 200 N. Fourth St. 769-4775. Open
WANTED - Disillusioned nihilistic
gentleman who would like to retire
to the English countryside with a
disillusioned nihilistic lady and cul-
tivate whatever gardens are avail-
able and enjoy the contemplative
life despite whatever may happen (on
her father's money.) Box 12 The
My God! That's BIZARRE! .
Life is a big bloody bowl.
Grow your own; God does.
And under the sign of
the Zig Zag we shall grope.
They're all the same
underneath the pants. Hey mo' fo'!
This place? ... I'm leaving!
Grass is always greener on the
other side of the fence.
Remembrance, like a faded flower,
The Whole Gestalt F15
THE ACADEMIC career of a fragile
human being rests on the possibility
of obtaining notes for Anthro 452.
ANY MALE (21 plus) who will stop
whatever he is doing to watch a
golden sunset turn red-grey sky be-
tween green pine trees call 764-9879.
Ask for "N." FD3
EUROPE - 9-weeks, 12 countries $999.
Call STUDENT TOURS 764-0819. F47
SUMMER IN EUROPE-Must sell one
ticket on UAC Flight No.. 3, May 3 to
August 4. Willing to go down from
$230. Call Hank Grix at '64-3682 or
IS YOUR WIFE WORKING to put you
through school? Give her a dign-
fled 8 x 10 CERTIFICATE OF
ACHIEVEMENT on parchment-like
lpaper which honors her contribu-
tion. Only $2.00 Wilset Co, Rte. 2.
Concord, N.H. 03301. F20
Join MICHIGAN STUDENTS
Materials soon available.
Call 761-6541 or 769-4150.
Please keep calling if the line is busy
or write to 629 S. Division, Ann Arbor
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
Helps your friends today, might
help you tomorrow. $3 membership
to: ACLU, 234 State St.. 'Detroit,
HOW CAN YOU carry books in some-
sold at Satyrni. Inc. ThYsis Is yur
expandable leather bags now being
thing made with 181 noles? "Filets,,
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at anyy designated time day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
FOR SALE! One Go-Cart. Brand new
engine. 100 dollars. Call 761-4320. FE
Petitioning for JOINT JUDICIARY
COUNCIL. Now through April 3.
SERVICES-Joint study programs, co-
operative -coeducational only. Call
Joe or John at 663-5817. F32
NEED 2-MAN APT. rir '68-'69. If you
know of a good one call 764-5948.
We'll pay you $10. if we rent it. F46
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin. your papers with
smudges? -=Why not? Because you
can now Xero your original at only
Bc per copy during business hours,
or only 6c per copy on overnight
service. 2 convenient locations, S.
Uiv. ,ight next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. F18
THE GERM COUNT, weather works and
our lcluttered skies. The consequen-
ces of August, 1924 reported in OV-
PETITION CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
Volunteers urgently needed to- staff
New Politics Party H.Q.'s. Call 761-
0059, Nat Burnett. F7
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox
them instead, and save hours and
hours of copying by hand. Only 8c
per page at 2 convenient locations:
S. Univ. right next to U. Towers, S.
State right next to Marshall's. P17
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Zerox
them instead, and save hours and
hours of copying by hand. Only 8c
per page at 2 convenient locations.
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery,
Inc., Box 231, An Arbor, GL 3-0327.
Round trip7University flight May 20-
Aug. 19. 761-4253. B24
HELP - MUST SELL TICKET for UAC
FLIGHT NO. 3. May 12-Aug. 13. Was
$230, now $190. Wouldn't you really
rather go to Europe? 761-0768. B27
WANTED .to Sell or Trade: I have re-
turn ticket from Europe 8/23, need to
return before 8/10. Will just sell
return ticket also. Call 769-1057. Ask
for Bob. Eli
TWA FLIGHT TO EUROPE. May 12,
N.Y. to .Lndon Aug. 13. Paris to
N.Y. Sacrifice for $200. Call 764-1726.
USED TV RUG, Excellent cond. Call
665-7832 before 10 a.m. B2
SAILBOAT - 23 foot sloop/ 30 hp.
Gray auxiliary, sleeps 4, head, galley,
all sails plus spinnaker. $2200. Call
769-5904 after 6. B20
FOR SALE: UAC ticket to Europe -
1 or both ways, May 12-Aug.. 13.
Please call Debby, 761-4258. B26
. .CHEAP, CHEAP
Ex-publishers rep.. (oxford) selling
accumulated samples. Texts and gen-
eral all areas, mainly social sc., and
Eng. Thurs., Fri. eves., after 7. R.
Mills, '1429 Island Dr., apt. 203. B28
Prices for set of 4-wheels
Chrome wheels $39.95
Super reverse ea. $14.95
Blue tint Rev, chromes, ea. $21.95
Radar mags caps and nuts $99.95
Flag one pa. mags complete $119.95
Crager G-T mags complete 119.95
Crager S-S mags complete $149.95
Rocket Mags dark center $109.95
E. T. one pc. mags complete $159.95
E. T. two pc. mags complete $129.95
Astro customs with nuts $99.95
Astro Supreme with nuts $139.95
American racing mags 6" $179.95
American racing mags 7" $189.95
American Mags 15x4" pair. $125.00
Aluminum mags 15x8'2" pair $89.90
Intern'1"Dragmaster mags $155.95
Mickey Thompson mags $129.95
New! Mickey Thompson Slicks ~. $24.95
Locks for mags and chrome.... .95
Cheater slicks from $15.95
1968 M&H compounds B14%
B150 B160 Super stock $40.00
M&H Racemaster-X 1000x15 $63.60
Caster Cheater-Slick $19.95
F70-14 4-ply wide oval 1st $30.95
G70-4 4-ply wide oval 1st $33.95
Baby Moone, set of 4 $4.88
New Goodyear Polyglas Tires
Now in Stock!!!
M/T INDY PROFILE
Fantasic New Indy Profile Tire
6" to 82" width from $32.95
Inglewood Pos-A-Traction 7" $32.95
Inglewood o-A-Traction 8" -$34.95
Inglewood Trque Master Indy Tires
7" to 9" 'wide, from $33.95
Goodyear Blue Streak Slicks $40.95
Wide oval style retreads, all sizes $19.95
All sizes $29.95 up
Dirt and asphalt oval track tires.
Drag Slicks 15" size 8" wide $19.95
Special .made' rims 8" to 12" $20.00
Plus many other wheel and tire deals.
Eight service bays for fast mounting
of mags, tires and balancing. Tire
prices plus $1 to $2.89 fed. tax. $0
down. Chrome prices exch. All major
credit cards accepted. 30 days same
as cash. Up to 12 mos. to pay.
THE DISCOUNT HOUSE, Inc.I
25751 W. Warren
1 Mile W. of Telegraph (US-24)
OPEN DAILY 9-9. Closed Sundays
1 TICKET ON UAC 4th flight to Eur-
ope. Leave May 20-Aug. 12. Call Mel.
NORTH LAND GOLDEN JET SKIS,
$145 new, 1 yr. old, good condition.
Must sell, $65 includes look cable
heel binding. Call 769-0829. B21
MUST SELL - one ticket on Union
Flight to Europe, May 20-Aug. 12.
Buy a ticket; save a marriage. Call
'665-7979 or 761-9089. B35
2 TICKETS on Sabea Jet flight No.
1. Detroit-London May 4. Return
from Paris or Brussels to Detroit
June 1. Phone 764-8332, 8-5. After
5:30, 662-0031. B18
UAC FLIGHT to Europe May 12-Aug.
13. 665-6601. B19
$150 RETURN TICKETS to Europe U
of M charter. N.Y.-London; May 20,
Paris-N.Y., Aug. 12. ,Call 764-4227.
After 5 p.m., weekends 229-7974 . B17
2 TICKETS for sale, for UAC Charter
No. 3. Call 761-7325, eves. B5
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER -Reming-
ton Monarch, good condition, cheap.
Call 769-2837. BE
SUMMER IN EUROPE!
I must sell one ticket on UAC Flight
3, May ,12 to Aug. 13. The cost is a
mere $230, but I am willing to nego-
tiate. Please call Hank Grix at 764-
3682 or 764-0562.. D
RANCH TYPE HOUSE, convenient to
city school, country atmosphere, 3
bdrms., living rm. with fireplace and
paneling, attractive dining area.
Priced below appraisal. Call 663-
4671 after 5:30 p.m. R2
TTUNE OUT THE RAT RACE
on your own 13 acres, warm 3 bed-
room early-American home, pond,
small barn, trees. Near US-23 15 mn.
from Ann Arbor. Call Fred Pierce,
Inc. 1-647-1414. R1
WANTED - Man or Woman - U of
M Campus representative for ma-
jor transportation co. - over 21
years. Reply to Box 160, Michigan
EXCELLENT SUMMER JOB Opportun-
ity for college students. Call on school
administrators in home area as our
representative. Will show a line of
'eduactional suppply materials. Pro-
vides good pay and experience. No
previous tarining necessary; we train
you. Positions available in Michigan
and many other states nationally.
Contact summer placement office or
write or call us. direct (day or eve-
Ming) for interview. Specialty School
Service Co., 328 Lake, Howell, Mich.
Phone 517-546-2351. H26
7101 Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor
(1 mi. beyond Scio Drive-In Across Rd.)
Applications now being accepted for
summer jobs with major corporation.
Students wanted to learn marketing,
sales promotion, & brand identifica-
tion techniques during summer. High
level executive management training
courses given to qualified applicants.
Salary $115/wk. first 3 wks., $145/
wk. plus bonuses starting 4th week.
e Scholarships-win $1000
e High Pay-at least
0 Travel-U.S., Canada,
' Win a Week's stay in
Best Positions Going Fast!
Call Today for appointment (9
a.m.-1 p.m.) Grand Rapids, Mich. -
Mr. Schmitt - A. C. 616 459-6533.
We have offices located in most cities,
however, please contact our dis-
trict office (above) for an appoint-
BABYSITTER for chatter box, 2 year
old 2 mornings, 1 aft/week. 769-1072.
TEACHERS WANTED - $5600 up. En-
tire West, Southwest, and Alaska,
FREE registration. Southwest Teach-
ers Agency, 1303 Centrave Ave., N.E.,
Albuquerque, New Mexico. 87106 . H50
GIRL NEEDED to live with and assist
handicapped student. 21-28 yrs. old.
Must be able to drive. $50 per wk.
plus rm. and board. Weekends off.
Call 769-5154. H17
WORK ON FREIGHTERS or Passenger
Ships Where. how, necessary require-
ments, hiring places in your area,
etc. Earn $407 to $1,500 monthly.
Free room, board. travel, and ad-
venture. Summer or full time.
Booklet $2. Marine Information, P.O.
Box 6025, Seattle, Washington 98188.
COLLEGE STUDENTS wanted for part-
time work 2 or 3 days or evenings,
week days or weekends. Apply: Mis-
ter "S" Restaurant, 3325 Washtenaw,
near Arborland. 662-0022. H49
SUMMER POSITIONS: Boys Camp in
Pittsfield, Mass., has openings for
specialist in riflery, tennis, golf,
swimming and music. 663-2766, 5-7
By JAMES JENSEN
You might not consider a con-
verted funeral parlor a creative
place to work, yet the University's
Television Center has managed to
do well for itself in such facilities.
Inside the dreary gray building
next to the Maynard Street park-
ing structure, the center contains
nearly a quarter of a million dol-
lars worth of television equip-
ment, ranging from the original
three black-and-white TV cam-
eras obtained back in 1954 to. a
black-and-white video tape re-
With these facilities and a
small 16-man staff the television
center produces educational pro-
grams, sets up and maintains
closed circuit television systems
for different schools and depart-
ments within the University, and
provides experience for students
interested in radio or television
The programs the Center pro-
duces evolve from ideas presented
either by faculty members or by
members of the Center.
When a.. definite outline ' has
been agreed upon by both par-
ties, the center's five writer-
producers work out a. script for
the program. A trio of graphic
artists provide the "visuals" that
will illustrate the program, a
scenic designer arranges the stu-
dio and finally one of the three
directors starts taping.
The Center does not have a
transmitter, and must use other
stations for the broadcasting of
On 13 stations in Michigan,
and, for a slight fee, some 57 sta-
tions in other states, prog ams
produced by the Television Cen-
ter are shown.
Week days, at 6:30 in the morn-
ing, KNXT i Los Angeles broad-
casts the art appreciation series
,"Painting with Guy Palazzola,"
produced by the center. Television
station WWJ in Detroit, every
Sunday at 12:30 p.m., broadcasts
programs produced by the center.
Over 8,000 programs are circu-
lated over some 70 commercial
and educational stations from
coast to coast.
The Center's work in closed cir-
cuit television includes the most
extensive closed circuit color sys-
tem in the country and the na-
tion's first closed circuit system
originating from inside a court-
Color cameras were first set up
for the Medical School in 1958.
Since then a library of videotapes
has been collected, two hospitals,
St. Joseph's Mercy, and the Vet-
eran's Hospital, have been linked
up with the system and the prac-
tice of giving demonstrations and
general observing sessions has
been continued. 1
A special viewing room in the
Law School serves as an Adjunct
Courtroom for the Washtenaw
County Circuit Court. Two of the
courtrooms- are connected with
Hutchins Hall, allowing observa-
tion of court procedures that can-
not be fully explained in classes
or textbooks. The system was. set
up through grants from Law
School alumni in 1962.
The School of Education, the.
physics department and the Men-
tal Health: Research Institute are
among the many other University
facilities that havenclosed circuit
systems insailled and mainainedm
by the television center.
Friday afternoons e at 5:00,
WSDM-TV appears on closed cir-
cuit television inside the' center,
with programs completely writ-
ten, produced, directed and acted
by University students.
The call letters were assigned
by students to stand for the
Speech Department at Michigan.
The station is run by students in
speech and journalism.
A typical schedule for student
broadcasting starts off/ with a.
newscast. Next, "A Look at Pro-
phesy", part of a series on "The
Occult Arts." Finally, a 'critical
look at the television coverage of
last summer's Detroit riots, in-
spired by the Kerner Commission
Following these live programs,
a three-man faculty panel criti-
cizes the performances of the day,
Days or nights. 3 to 4 weeks.
which brings reaction from the'
students and rebuttal from the
The television center was re-
quested by the Regents to start
film archives of important events
at the University about five years
Events like Sesquicentennial,
the inauguration of a new Uni-
versity President an# student
power rallies have been covered
by the center's film unit. A news-
reel of the year's activities is pro-
duced each year from the film
in the archives, for use by alum-
ni groups, summer orientation
leaders and others.
For the archives, and as part of
its regular programming, the cen-
ter interviews famous persons who
come to the campus.
Norman Thomas and Ayn Rand
have been interviewed, and the
taped press conference with Rob-
ert Frost is believed to be one of
the only two or three video re-
cordings ever made by the poet.
All the programs produced at.
the Center are available for edu-
cational audio-visual use by busi-
U' Television Center Overcomes
Shortages of Space, Equipment
nesses, organizations and other
schools. Over 1,000 rentals a year
are made for this purpose.
Considering the disorganized
and over-crowded space the fun-
eral parlor (and former dance
I hall) left to the television center,
it is easy to understand that new
facilities are desired.
"We really would like to get a
transmitter," says Professor Gar-
net R. Garrison, director of broad-
casting at the center. With a
transmitter, and its own educa-
tional channel, the Center could
broadcast its own programs every-
"And we really should get some
color equipment, since nearly
everyone is converting to color,"
Garrison added. With new equip-
ment and a transmitter, the cen-
ter would have to move to a larg-
"It would take about $3 million
to get everything we need to mod-
ernize the Center," Garrison com-
mented, "and, with the current
state of the University's budget, it
is not fotthcoming in the fore-
Research and Development
Programmers experienced in systems,
compliers, or assemblers needed to
work on our time-sharing system and
interactive compliers. Several openings
in Ann Arbor. Contact D. Redding.
1353 N. Main (Ann Arbor Ph.) 761-4040
Ann Arbor (Detroit Phone) 961-2178
(just add work!)
Men needed for a wide variety of jobs
and work locations. Your choice of
Daily or Weekly pay.
REGISTER atroffice nearest your
home. No fees charged,
Med Sehool To Train Students
From Southern Negro Colleges
A $15,000 grant from the Jo-
siah Macy Jr. Foundation of New
York will support a summer op-
portunities program for,. Negro
college students at the Medical
Fifteen men and women stu-
dents will receive research fellow-
ships to spend two months work-
ing in University research labor-
stories, beginning June 13. The
15 are from 10 colleges in Georgia,
26117 Grand River
65 S. Main
8561 E. 10 Mi. Rd.
WANTED TO RENT
3 OR 4 BDRM. house for 2 married
couples - walking distance ofcam-
pus, under $180. May-Dec. 662-6265,
noon or evenings. L15
RICE UNIVERSITY professor and fam-
ily of two small girls desire a
house or apartment within walking
distance of campus, and not over
$185. Write: Mrs. John Ambler, 1326
Milford St., Houston, Texas. L14
LAW STUDENT wishes effic. or 1-
bdrm. mod. apt. preferably near cam-
pus to rent from May or June thrue
Dec. Parking desired. 764-8980. L13
2 GIRLS NEED APT. for 2 mo. Close
to campus important. Will take good
care of your apt. as well as help pay
for your rent. Call 764-1063, ask for
Barb or Sue. LB
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Two backpacks and frames,
nylon tarp, zip-together down sleep-
ing bags, hiking boots. 662-5770.
WANT used electric portable type-
writer. Automatic return. 663-3787.
ILITTLE C LUB I
Louisiana, North Carolina, Okla-'
homa, Tennessee, and Virginia.
"The aim of this program is to
give students who are interested
in becoming doctors, in graduate
study in the basic sciences, or in
positions as laboratory techni-
cians, the opportunity to work in
a research laboratory," said Dr.
James B. Ranck, of ;the Medical
Ranck, who Eis chairman of the
Medical School program commit-
tee, said the laboratory experience
also may be valuable for students
who are interested in science-
Another objective is the recruit-
ment of Negro students for the
"Very few small colleges are
able. to offer their students ex-
perience 'in research laboratories,"
The Medical School has offered
similar programs in the past to
'Most of the summer fellows are
sophomores, since the committee
believes the second year of col-
lege is the most appropriate time
for a student to adjust his cur-
riculum. "We also hope to moti-
vate theI early in their academ-
ic careers," Ranck added..
Laboratory work will vary for
the participants. In 'some cases, a
student may be given a project to
work on by himself. Others may
be "apprenticed" to graduate stu-
dents, or work with technicians
on projects planned by the lab-
The Macy Foundation grants
'will be awarded to students at-
tending predominantly Negro col-
leges: Spelman and Morehouse in
Atlanta, Dillard in New Orleans,
Shaw and St. Augustine's in Ral-
eigh, N.C., Fisk in Nashville,
Knoxville in Knoxville, Tenn.,
Hampton in Hampton, Va., Lang-
ston in Langston, Okla., and St.
Paul's in Lawrenceville, Va.
music by the
JAN &JO ANN
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There are positions available to meet your qualifications.
INTERNATIONAL PERSONNEL SERVICE
801 -1st National Bldg.--76 -410
FOR SALE: 2 ticket on University
Flight No. 453 to Europe May 5.
Phone 662-1068. B25
TWA FLIGHT to Europe May 12 to
Aug. 1'3. $230 or best offer. Call 665-
CLAS§ICAL FOLK GUITAR. $125. Will
bargain. 764-3886. BD
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