SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-1
nance andthe University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crh~nination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
1 OR 2 MAN APT., $80 mo. on Hill St.
Garage. Large. Call 761-2610 or 665-
4 and 8 MO. LEASES
Available Apts. beginning January
QUIET, SPACIOUS old house on cam-
pus needs fourth female grad. stu-
dent. Preferably an independent per-
son. $33.75. 662-1109. C29
APARTMENTS-for med. or grad stu-
dents next semester or summer. $60
mo. furn. Phi Chi Me. Frat. 761-0825
or 769-3073 C28
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for 2-
man. Call 662-8867 after 6. C27
Price and length of lease
MALE ROOMMATE needed for new
apartment, immediately or for win-
ter semester. Call 761-5074 after 4:00
WANTED-One girl to share modern
4 man apt. from JSan. thru April.
Close to campus. Call 769-4880 or
.ROOMMATE(S) WANTED or I will
move into your apt. Male and quiet.
Call John, 761-6409. C25
Private parking, laundry, etc.
ALSO: 1 bedroom, very spacious, same
luxury features in this same modern
building. Perfect for two.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED forl
very attractive, mod. apt. close to
campus. Has studio living room.
ample storage space. Available for,
immed. occupancy. 72.50 mo. Call
FOURTH GIRL NEEDED through win-
ter trimester, immediate occupancy;
modern, furnished, 1001 East Univer-
sity, $75.00. 761-3401. CA
ROOMS with privileges. 418 W. Madi-
SINGLE ROOM FOR MAN, clean, quiet,
linens furnished. No cooking. 723
Packard near State. C18
TWO-MAN 3-rpom furnishea apt. Close,
to campus. Everything but elec. 663-
RIDE WANTED-Two girls need ride
to Notre Dame FRIDAY, Oct. 27. Call
Karen or Marianne, 761-7349. FD
2200 Fuller Road
Studio. 1, 2, 3 Bdrm. Furnished and
unfurnished. Free bus transportation.
Air-cond.. ample parking, pool. Rec.
room, Restaurant, Lounge. 2, 3, or 4
man apts. available.
Rentals from $135.00
TYPING-papers, theses, discertations,
typed reasonably on an electric
3 typewriter. 761-7748. J2
~TYPING-IBM w/carbon ribbon. Neat
quality guaranteed. 761-2428. J1
STUDENT RATES on Time, Newsweek,
Sports Illustrated and 40 others, 8
ms. and 1 yr. subscriptions-at reg-
ular subscription price. Call Student
Periodical Agency, 769-0030, between
7 and 9 p.m. J48
TYPING-IBM w/carbon ribbon. Neat
quality guaranteed. 761-2428. J1
DISCOUNT PHOTOCOPY SERVICE
Xerox-2400 immediate service, lowest
prices. 1217 S. University. 789-0560.
Typing also done. J30
Weddings, dramatic portraits and
parties. Call John Evens 769-0868.
after 6. J28
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs, and
instructions - 209 S. State. 665-8001.
RIDING DAILY - Shady Trails Free
instructions and horse drawn hay
rides. Cockout and Sing-outs. 15 min-
utes from A.A. Cline's Stables 12655
Plank Rd., 432-4143, Milan, Mich. F9,
Weddings, dramatic portrait and par-,
ties. Call John Evans, 769-0868 after
SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for
a ring mounting does not guarantee
the quality of the major diamond
in the ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University. 663-71,51. F2
TYPING-IBM Executive. Pick up and
deliver. 663-0980. J50
Cancelled or declined, military, local
or out of state. Quick insurance cer-
Autos or motorcycles (including
Lowest rates with budget terms.
E. HAMWAY AGENCY
f-227..6817 (Brighton) or
takes the work
out of dating-
new people easy
for form applications
any hour, any day
909 Church, Suite E
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104
Weddings, dramatic portraits and par-C
ties. Call John Evans, 769-0868 aft. 6.y
Full Range, hand rubbed walnut and_
fruitwood finish (17x13x9%), 2-way.
$49.95 and up. Wide range of other
sizes. Call after 5, 662-0931, all day
Invites you to
watch for the
POSITION WANTED-FULL-TIME girl
friend. More information? F2
ATTENTION MICHIGAN MEN
The infamous Poopsie Tonkin has
arrived on campus! (You mean you
didn't know?). FE
WHERE did Theta Phi Alpha go? Is it
under the Phi Psi rock? Details
MALE undergrad will cook for 4 or 5
man apartment in exchange for
meals. 769-3045. P50
TO CHAPTER No. 13: Release it!-A.G,
PLEA TO ALL the Spray-Paint-Magic
Marker Artists of Ann Arbor-PleaseI
spare our freshly painted area of
fence behind the stone bench be-
tween Haven Hall and the Grad Li-
brary (at least until after Saturday).
It gets colder the longer we must1
spend out there destroying your
artistic attempts and our faith in
humanity Thanks. Cohen's Frozen.
Frustrated ART 104 Class. FE
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Susan, I love you.
-Jon, Ferris State F44
SAY THERE LIBRARIAN, haveryou ?
seen a copy of "Time" around here?3]
Yours, NAO. FE
CONTRARY TO public belief, Lee
Weitzenkorn exists. FF
MIDNIGHT IS MUCH TOO EARLY for
any respectable UGLI to close. Bring
a candle to the study-in and provet
it. Monday. Details at 764-4719. FF
PASTE-UPS FOR GARGOYLE, Sat.,
Oct. 28; 1:00. Come and enjoy. FE
NO OSTRICH THOU my Ken: the
Spanish Moslem Moor has consented.
When, o when? (His name is Othel-
lo Cohen.) FF,
GET UP EARLY some morning and
listen to the nature unfold. You will
be transfixed. Then, what to your
wondering ears will appear, but hor-
rible, obscene numbing engines. Des-
Love Junior FE
TO ALL DAILY-ENSIAN staffers, for-
mer Greene-65-66 quadies, and PQli
Sci 160 Simulation staff-party a
Drew's: No. 1, 508 Lawrence; Satur-
day at 9; BYO. FE
STUDY-IN at the UGLI. Bring books
and candies Monday night at 11:45
I love you very much, but I'm going
to Detroit. F7
DON'T GIVE ME this stuff about how
we need engines. Deep down inside,
you know how much they suck. En-
gines must go! Now! Get them before
they get you.
Love, Junior FE
FAST, ACCURATE TYPING. 24 hr. ser-
vice. Call 665-4658. F4
ings a week. Can provide trans. 769-
We are a growing computer firm who
needs someone to do editing and
proofreading of technical manu-
scripts as well as general office
work. Full-time only. 761-1600. H20
FLOWERS wither. Beads get lost. Love
goes bad on you. But engines go onC
forever, Savena sensitive ear. Dis-
mantle an engine today.
Love, Junior FD
RIDERS WANTED-Going to Colum-
bus, Ohio, area, Fri., Oct. 27. Return
Sunday. Call Russ, 769-2006. FD
Wants to know.
Where has the 500th victory gone.
Happy 2nd Anniversary
ELOON OF THETA DELTA CHI. We
need more railroad tracks in Ann
SUNDAY! THE greatest show in Ann
Arbor. Come see Okrent's super-trio
fall at the hands of the vicious
Deitch-monster. Amdission by invi-
tation only. For invitations, call
ticket chairman Bob Hubert andj
Larry Levitt at 769-2148. It may be
the only chance in your lifetime to
witness such an auspicious event.
APT. 208, Ch. IX, Today, in a solemn
ceremony at the Michigan Daily of-
fices, Janey Luxon cut off the Sod-
den Sage's bangs. A national day of
mourning is hereby declared. FC
CONGRATS TO Theta Delta Chi on
your first place.
THE UNIVERSITY of Michigan is an
AMERICAN institution. FAI
WANT TO BREAK the ice? Try Christ-
mas in CAliforniA. FA
65 CUSTOM HONDA 305cc. Scram-
bler, bronze metal flake. $450. 663-
AVING Landlord Problems? - Call
Student Rental Union, SGC, 764-3174
Mon.-Fri., 2-5 p m. F13
EXY EXCITING GIRL wanted. Call
769-0620 between 5-7 p.m. FF
7.50 Rh positive, $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
9-4. Wed 1-7,s18-21 years old need
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W Michigan, Ypsilanti
ROOM AND BOARD
WANTED, GIRL to live with 3 seniors
Jan,-April in modern bi-level apt.
Close to campus. Call 761-9124. E21
FOURTH MAN NEEDED for winter
term; occupancy in January. 1336
Geddes No. 6, near museum, 663-1722,
ask for Paul. E22
WANTED TO RENT
STIT1 l+. Tf 'tLEC T TAT .. i... $e
STUDENT-MOTHER wishes to trade
baby-sitting during day. I have 2E
girls, 3 and 4, and classes on MWF
mornings. Margaret Geers (Brighton'>
J. REMEMBER FISHBOWL SATS.
11:30 a.m. Please call 663-9631. R.
YOUNG PROFESSIONAL working wo-_ _1
man seeks small apt. (under $95 mo.) NEED RIDE to D.C. or Penn. Turn-
or private room with kitchen priv- pkeone or both ways. Oct. 20-22.
eleges. Easy walk to campus. Call 761-8755 persistently 049
761-9072 after 6 or weekends. L46
GARAGE for auto. Call Jim, 763-2817. WANTED TO BUY
-$50 REWARD for Wayne aWlker stamp
USED CARS in tSandard's Super-pro Contest. Call
1960 RED T-BIRD cony. New tires.
The Michigan Daily makes
every effort to avoid errors
in advertisements Each ad
is carefully checked and
proofread But when you
handle hundreds of ads each
day. mistakes do slip
through We ask, therefore,
that you check your ad and
if you find an error. report
it to The Michigan Daily
Classified Dept .764-0557 be-
tween 12:30 p m. and 2:30
p tn We regret that we can-
not be responsible for more
than one day's incorrect in-
sertion if you do not call the
error to our attention Thank
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
310 E. Washington
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES, he good brakes and engine, 1 yr. old,
might lose the whole set! Xerox white top. 761-3648. B47
them instead at only 8c a page. At -- -__ -
Discount Photocopy, right next to U. CORVETTE '67 cony. 350 HP. 4-5 PO.
Towers. F Posi. AM-FM, burglar alarm, $1040
_~- ~-__below list. 1-268-6344, Utica. N26
SO YOU'VE somehow managed to
acquire a battered Instamatic ca- A. HSPRITE Mkll1, beautiful cond.
mera. I really don't care about the 33,000 mi., extras. $950. Jim at 764-
camera but would you please not 4755. N27
destroy the film inside - keep the - _
camera but somehow let me have 1960 RED T-BIRD cony. New tires,
the film back. You can call or just good brakes and engine, 1 yr. old,
leave them at Oakland, no questions white top. 761-3648. N28
asked. Ed, 761-7244. PC 1959 RAMBLER - 6-cylinder standard
transmission, clean. $150. 426-3662.
STROBE. fl 4 L T 4 -761_n19 N49
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Oct. 27, corner S. Forest and
S. University, gold fraternity key.
LOST: 1968 class ring, white gold, ini-
tials H.R.O. Reward offered for re-,
turn, Call 769-5947. AC
LOST AT INDIANA GAME:.Geneva
women's watch. Black cord, band
and silver crown. 971-2029 after 5.
KEN MY OWN, your H.H. honey awaits F
you daily. The Spanish Moslemis-- - -- - -- --
ready and willing, too. FD REMEMBER, nationally a dvertised
---__... franchise rings such as Artcrarved,
URBAN PROBLEMS will be discussed Keepsake. Columbia, and Orange
at the study-in. Bring a candle and Blossom cost you 20-40O more. Don't
conquer the UGLI. PD he misled by a name! Austin Dia-
mond - 1209 S. University 663-7151.
Thanks for a nice homecoming week-
end, j.k. FD HELP WANTED
STAND-BY fir Stiller's study-in a BABYSITTER WANTED to accompany
new method of protest. FF gregarious 19 mo. old girl two morn-
_ - -ings a week. Can provide transp.
STUDY-IN is coming to the U'-Save 769-1672. H21
1961 THUNDERBIRD, no rust, full
power, new tires, 46000 miles. Best
offer. 665-5310 or 668-6571. N24
Radio heater, Good engine. Very clean.
Excellent transportation. Best offer
over $300. 482-5211. N25
1962 BUICK SPECIAL convertible, $625.
Call 769-1284 after 5:30. NA
1966 NSU-Prince 1000, one owner, blue,
low mileage, like new. A. & W. Auto
Sales 13540 Platt Rd., Milan, Mich. l
1959 V.W. convert., R&H, runs good,
cheap transportation. $175. 764-2403.
1967 MUSTANG Conv. 289, 3-speed. Yel-
low with black top, blackdnt. Will
accept trade and will handle finan-
cing. Call 769-2865. N17
1962 MONZA 4-dr., dependable transpor-
- taio.Trsvy good .. m~ng c
_ ___ _ _-662Z39
FOUND-Woman's ring in Rackham t . ..
Oct. 24. Call 764-4413 days, 662-7518 1965 HONDA CB 160 Scrambling ac-
eves. A25 cessories. Very good condition. Ex-
-L_ KBA F PUPP - - ro tremely reasonable. 769-2249. Z18
BLACK BASSET PUPPY with brown .. . -
spot over each eye. Please call 662- HONDA S-90. Bored. Camed. Scram-
7113. AA biler. $225. Call 769-0236. Z2
FOUND: men's lambskin gloves, Sat. FOR SALE
LOST: Gold link bracelet made of var- TELESCOPE, 41 reflector. 45x-270x.
ious pins. Good reward. Call 763-1733 Two weeks old. $72.50. 665-4953, B45
or 763-1929. A22 FOR SALE-Twelve string guitar. Ex.
LOST - 3-legged German Shepard, condition. Must sell. Contact John
small. Please call 761-1931! A39 at 665-8733. B46
--- EXCELLENT TICKET to "Exit the
BIKES AND SCOOTERS King", $2.00, Tues., Oct. 31. Call 761-
1965 HONDA 50. Less than 2,000 miles..........
Electric start, in good working con- 'OVER 500 LP's, 45's and 78's. Classical
Elecricstar, i goo wokingcon Records Reasonable prices also tapes
dition. Best offer. Call Barb, 662- RcrsRaoal rcsas ae
2043. BD of live opera performances. Call 662-
0555 after 6 o'clock. B12
'66 HONDA S-90-$175 or best offer. F A 21 s T-
663-6710. Z46a FOR SALE : 21" console TV. Call 761-
7512 aft. 5 p.m., ask for Dennis Lan-
HONDA 50 1964. Good cond., best of- yon.i844
fer. Must sell. 769-1345. Z47
HONDA '66 Super Hawk for sale. Ex- know, you DO need THE SWINGERS
cellent condition. 761-9025. Z45 GUIDE On sale at newstands and
bookstores, or send 69c to Swingers
HONDA '50, step through blue, very Guide. 11357 N. Shore Dr., Whitmore
good cond., $150, lee, 764-7619. Z42 Lake, Mich. B21
. DT2TV!TdA A --
your candles. The war on the UGLI
begins soon. FF
STUDY-IN, STUDY-IN, STUDY-IN.-
It's coming. Watch for further per-
U. TOUR TO GREECE-RUSSIA, $873, air
fare, room, meals, tours, visas, and
more Call: days, 761-2821; eves, 761-
6927. (5-7) after 11. F33
Writer-in-Residence '68. F37
HARK, FAIR DAMSEL
He's tall, handsome, new to Michigan,
prefers skiing to getting drunk and
can match wits with anyone. Think
you can keep up? 769-3688. F38
Happy No 2 Anniversary.
from, LOVE FD
WILL ZEROX 100 copies of your ori-
ginal for $3.00 in three minutes.
OVER 100 at 3c per copy. Discount
Photocopy Service, right next to
Univ. Tower. 769-0560. F30'
DOES LISTENING to baseball games
wear you out? Would you rather eat
than talk on the phone? Do you ap-
preciate apple pie? If you can ans-
wer all of these questions with an
affirmative answer, then you must
be crazy or else Sam. F
WANTED! Jobs for Explorer post no.
150. Call NO 2-5340. We are interested
in any kind of large-scale group
YOUR work's piled up and don't know
what to do? Let Professional Service
Associates do it for you!
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at any designated time, day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SEVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
WHY MESS WITH carbons, erasures.
smudges? Xerox your papers and re-
ports at only 8c/copy. Discount Pho-
tocopy, right next to University
FEMALE student to live with family.
Room and board free for some eve-
ning babysitting. 665-7408. H22
IMMEDIATE NEED-Male animal care-
taker. $1.75/hr., choose own hours.
Call 764-3149 after 2. H18
YOUNG MAN for selling in men's
d fent_ Annl Mr_ Zureich - Klein's
Dept. Srppiy 306 Soutin. H12 allo761-581saler5.ANE
Dept. Store, 306 South Main, H12 Call 761-8581 alter 5. NE
PHI RHO SIGMA medical fraternity,
220 North Ingalls St., needs kitchen
help. Call at noon or after five.
SALES HELP NEEDED
Part-time and full-time, immediately
and through Christmas. Apply in per-
son to Mr. Bricault at Daniel's Jewel-
ry-Main at Washington. H14
1965 VW, exe cond., sun roof, new
tires, battery and muffler. Single
owner. Should give new owner trou-
ble free and cheap transp. Asking
$950. Will haggle. Call 769-2553 eve.
aft 7:30. Anytime weekends. N15
UNIVERSITY MARRIED STUDENTS PHOTOGRAPY:
Weddings, t portraits, adnd pte.arties. Stu-
APTS. Immediate openings for effi- dent rates. Call 769-0868 aft. 6. J28
ciency apts. $95 mo., furn., includes dentrates._Cal__769-0868_aft._6._J2
all utilities. Located at University WE specialize in the following:
Terrace and North Campus. 662-3160.
03 Complete secretarial service!
Typing, thesis, technical, medical
BARGAIN CORNER and term papers!
Mimeograph, offset printing,
azographing, photo copies!
Newsletters and Bulletins!'
SAM 'S STORE Complete mailing and teleephone
t answering services!
TEST ITEM EDITOR, 10-30 hrs. per --HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
wk Bachelors degree in either psych, Accoustic, electric, instruments, acces-
educ., or biological science, back- sories, Guild Martin, Gibsen Mosrite
ground desirable. Call Mrs. Krupp at David lessons- repairs. 209 S. State.
763-0161. 115 665-8001. 10-7 p.m. X2
PART-TIM E days, M on.-Fri. 11:00 a.m .'_FISHER _._T__- - LI_ IE-
to 1:00 or 2:00 p.m. Evenings, Mon.- FSE OTAPIIR-TNR
Fri., 8:00-12:30. Weekends, FiM-Sun., Fisher XP 5 speakers, ampex 1150
8:00 p.m.-1:30. No experience neces- tape deck. Must sell. 662-5200 after 6
sary Mr. "S" Restaurant, 3325 Wash-__
tenaw. H16 BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
TYPING AND FILING 4 hours daily, PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
E. Stadium office. Call Mr. Bates, 119 WM Washington X
662-6517,_H___ __A-1 New and Used Instruments
TEACHER OR COACH type with lead- HU
ership personality. 2 years college HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
completed, under 30.Sasaryplusin- Stringed instruments and accessories
centives. A full-time professional ca- (pars, sitrsadlc stc.,e
reer for the right man. Call 761-2130 pars, electric and acoustic lessons.
or 453-4030 for appt. H 10 209 5. State, 665-8001, 10-7 pm. X16
1 HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
DA I LY CLASSI F I EDS Unavailable instruments, repairs, and
instructions-209 S. State. 665-8091.
BR i NG QUICK RESULTS X4
UNIVERSITY CHARTER FLIGHTS
ROUND TRIP FROM DETROIT
USED BIKE CLEARANCE?
'66 Yamaha 80cc, $120; '66 Honda 50 step
through $150; '57 BMW-R50, Zunbapp
250cc., $125; Yamaha 125, $110. aMny
more too numerous to mention.
NICHOLSON MOTORCYCLE SALES
224 South First 662-7409
Only $156.68 Total
Trade in your bicycle or shoes on a
Honda, helmet, insurance package.
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Plat
Campus transportation specialists.
SPEED GRAFLEX with Roll Back ,Pen-
tax H1 and 200mm Lens.662-7113. DC
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ATTENTION: FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
JUNIOR YEAR ABROAD
at FREIBURG, GERMANY
There will be an informational meeting
for all interested students on Wednesday
evening, November 1st at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 3-D of the Michigan Union. Students
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals"
Pure White and 4 Colors
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing-$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
"White" & Colors-$6.50
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
Clear your desk today!.
Professional Service Associates
9090 Church, Suite E
Ann Arbor, Mich, 48104
DON'T TSK IT...
TYPINGTheses and Term Papers
our specialty: IBM typewriters;
executive type and justified copy
TRANSCRIPTION - Medical Tech-
nical, Business; Conferences.
COMPOSITION & ART WORK
STUFFING, MAILING & ADDRESS-
(Pick-up and Delivery)
ANN ARBOR TASK, INC.
1900 West Stadium Blvd.
NERVOUS? Learn self-help. Recovery
Inc., Box 231 Ann Arbor. GL 3-0327.
APT. 208. Ch. IV-"Why have I been
standing on the balcony in my un-
derwear, throwing beer bottles at the
garbage cans? Because they're there!
Come on. let's get some doughnuts,
it's only 4:30 a.m." FF
WHAT IN THE world's going on in
Ann Arbor? Find it all in the
Swinger's Guide. At book at drug
stores or send 69c to Swinger's
Guide, 11357 N. Shore Dr., Whitmore
Lake, Mich. P45
CHARTER FLIGHT to Europe via DC-
8 jet. Round trip, Detroit-Amster-
dam. Limited number of seats avail-
able. June 24-July 22. Call 769-4275
after 12 noon. F23
May 9 -June 20 .
May 20-Aug. 19 .
June 27 -August 23
who attended the program last year and
UM faculty members will be present to
answer your questions.
Room 11 6, HutchinsHall, Law School
6 -8 p.m., October 30 and 31
$100 deposit per reservation
Male Subjects Needed
for Psychological Research
Must be able to attend three sessions.
-Two hours in one weekday evening
THE HON. PAUL
Canadian Minister of External Affairs
Ann Arbor, Michigan
AC 313 761-4146
eves. 665-3531, 761-1187, 662-8495
Marilynn L. Keith, Director
SESSION II Two hours in one evening one week later.
SESSION 111-One hour at a later time to be arranged.
$1.30 per hour after completion of five to nine hours, to be
paid following Session Ill. Sign-up sheet in lobby of Social
Work Annex, corner of Washington and Thayer.
Try Daily Classifieds
"THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA-
PARTNERS IN A WORLD OF CHANGE"
MONDAY, OCT. 30, 4:15 p.m. Aud. 'A', Angell Hall
THE BAHA'I FAITH
IN RELATION TO
MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM
THURSDAY, NOV. 2,8 P.M.
NEAR EASTERN RELIGIONS
Lecture by Professor Alessandro Bausani, Head of the Dept. of
Persian Language and Literature at the Oriental Institute of
Naples, who recently received the "Academia Dia Lin Cei", the
highest academic honor awarded in Italy. He is particularly
interested in: Aesthetical problems of Persian literature, espec-
ially the Persian literature of India; history of Muslim religion
and religions issued from it; and comparative religion. Some of
his most important books are: Italian Translation of the Qur'an;