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Y 25, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ISTRUCTION, RESEARCH:
'U' Center Trains Educators

DAILY

LASSIFtED

ADS

41

SBy SUSAN HOLTZER
The concept, of a four-year
junior college system, beginning
with the junior year in high
school, was once one of the bright
new theories in the field of high-
er education.
But the seemingly promising
idea somehow faded out of exist-
ence. Why?
r There is no definitive answer to
this question yet. But the subject
is under study now as a fellow-
ship research project, through the
offices of the University's almost-
unique Center for the Study of
Higher Education.
Gives Pamphlet
The pamphlet given out by the
Center declares it is "serving those
having or expecting to have lead-
ership roles in colleges and uni-
versities." And this is the Center's
direction toward high-level
graduate, pre- and post-doctoral,
and administrative training in
academic areas.
The Center's work is accom-
plished mainly _ through instruc-
tional and research projects con-
ducted by its "students." And' the
people conducting the projects
range from doctoral candidates to
practicing college teachers and ad-
!4inistrators doing additional work
in their tfields..
When the University began the
Center in 1950 under the direction
of Prof. Algo Henderson of the

education school, it was a limited
operation which began to grow al-
most immediately. Then, in 1957,
the Carnegie Corporation donated
a $400,000 grant for fellowships
and additional faculty to initiate
the current set-up.
Supports Faculty
At present, the Center supports
six faculty members - four- of
them full time - to serve five
post-doctoral and five pre-doctoral
fellows, 38 other doctoral students
and a number of people who are
just taking courses of instruction.
Regents Adopt
Resolutions
The Regents adopted resolutions
expressing sympathy for the re-
cent deaths of two former faculty
members last week.
They adopted a memoir ex-
pressing the "deepest sympathy"
over the death of Prof. Joseph G.
Tarboux of the electrical engi-
neering department who died Feb.
6.
The Regents also expressed
their regrets over the death of
Shirley W. Smith, vice-president
and secretary emeritus of the Uni-°
versity.

This last group includes some Uni-
versity faculty members.
One of the fellowships provid-
ed is the graduate Fellowships in
Higher Education open to appli-
cants with at least one year of
graduate work or experience in
college teaching or administration.
The second is the unique Mich-
igan Fellowship in College Admin-
istration, open only to holders of
doctoral degrees with three years
of experience in college teaching
or administration.
Emphasizes Operation
Prof. Henderson emphasized the
fact that the Center is a continu-
ing operation, not dependent
merely on the Carnegie grant. And
he explained that the program's
aim is to become "a regular gradu-
ate area of work."
"After our Carnegie money runs
out," he said, *"we expect to be
far enough developed so the Uni-
versity will want to continue its
support. There is so much student
interest we think the University
will want to continue the opera-
tion." The University supported
the Center before the Carnegie
grant was received, he noted.
In addition to its instructional
and research projects, the Center
also does a limited amount of con-
sulting work with other institu-
tions, Prof. Henderson continued.'
"but this is not our primary func-
tion."

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this meeting mst be in the President's
* hands not later than March 10.
Makeup Exam' in Economics 51, 52,
53, '54 and 153. 3:00 p.m.. Fri., Feb. 27,
An Em. 207 of the Economics Bldg.
Students wishing to take makeup exam-
inations contact the secretary of the
Dept. of Economics before Feb. 27.
Botanical Seminar. Mary E. Schultz,
Dept. of Botany. "New Aspects of the
Gametophytic Incompatibility System
in Oenothera." Wed., Feb. 25. 1139 Nat-
ural Science Bldg.,'4:00 p.m.
Analysis Seminar: Mr. Ward r D.
Bouwsma, "The Zeros of Exponential
Polynomials." Meeting in 3201 Angell
Hall, Thurs., Feb. 26, 3:00 p.m.
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Prof.
Otto Laporte, physics dept., will speak
on "Miscellaneous Tricks with the
Theta Functions," Thurs., Feb. 26, 4:00
p.m. in Em. 246 W. Engrg. Bldg. Re-
freshments at 3:30 p.m. in 274 W. Engrg.-
Bldg.
Interdepartmental Seminar on Ap-
plied Meteorology. Thurs., Feb. 26, 3
p.m., 5500 E. Engrg. Bldg. Dr. Frank A.
Gifford, Oak Ridge, Tenn. "A Fluctuat-
ing Plume Model pf Atmospheric Dis-
persion."
American Meteorological S o c i e t y,
Southeastern Mich. Branch. Thurs., Feb.
26. 8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheater. Dr.
r. Frank A. Gifford, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
"Some Problems of the Meteorology of
Mars."
Hopwood Awards: Petitions to the
Hopwood Committee must be in the
Hopwood Rm. (1006 Angell Hall) by
r Mon., March 2.
Graduate Students expecting to re-
ceive the master's degree in. June, 1959,
must file a diploma application with
the Recorder of the Graduate School by
Fri., Feb. 27. A student will not be rec-
ommended for a degree .unless he has
filed formal application in the office
of the Graduate School.
r "Assignment: Mankind," a film cele-
brating the 50th anniversary of The
Christian Science Monitor will be
shown Wed., Feb. 25, 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Sponsored by the Dept}. of Journalism,
Audio-Visual Education Qenter and the
Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate
Studies.
Doctoral Examination for Roderick
Airth Ironside, Education; thesis: "A
Study of Directed Concept Formation:
The Teaching of Context Clues for
Vocabulary Development," Wed., Feb.
25, E. Council Em., Rackham Bldg.,
3:00 p.m. Chairman, D. E. P. Smith.'
Placement Notices
-The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies with the Bureau of
Appointments for the 1959-60 school
year. They-will not be here to interview
at this time.
Bound Brook, N.J. - Women's Physi-
cal Education (includes dance).
.Cottage Grove, Ore. - Elementary;
r Vocal Music;' Girls Physical Educ.;
Band; Librarian; Remedial Reading.
Englewood, Col. - Elementary; Most
secondary fields.
*Lakehurst, N. J.-- Elementary (for
March); Elementary Art/Music:y
Manlius, N. Y. - Math; Science; Eng-
lish.
Torrance, Calif. - All Elementary;
Secondary: Social Studies; Art; Busi-
nessn Educ.; Spanish; Spanish/French;
Homemaking; Industrial Arts; Math;
Boys and Girls Physical Education;
shemistry; Physics; Biology; Speech/
Drama/Journalism; Mentally Retarded.
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 479.
Agenda, Student Government Coun-
ci, Feb. 25, 1959, 7:30 p.m., Council Em.
Minutes of previous meeting.
Officer reports: President; Vice Presi-
dent (Exec.): Appointment to '49 Regu-
lation Committee; Appointment, Cham-
ber of Commerce Committee; Clarifica.
tion Committee; Vice-President (Ad-
min.): Appointment, Student Relations
Board; Treasurer: Homecoming profits
-recommendations.
Administrative Talks: Union.
Standing Committees: National and
Internatioal; Public Relations - News-.
letter recommendation; Education and
Student Welfare; Student Activities
Committee: Early Registration Pass

Committee report; Activities: Glee Club
soncert, Young Socialists request for
recognition.
Elections: Extension of petition dates.
Old Business: Board in Control of In-
tercollegiate Athletics, motion.
New Business: Information on Course
File; NSA Evaluation.
Members and constituents time.
Announcements.
Adjournment.
Peisonnel Interviews:
The following companies will be in-.
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
mepts, 4001 Admin. For an interview ap-
pointment, contact the Bureau, Ext.
3371.
Mon., March 2:-
Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Allen-
town, Pa. Location of work: Cities lo-
cated throughout the U.S. Graduates:
June, Aug. Citizenship required. Men
with any degree in Liberal Arts, or Busi-
ness Administration for Sales Trainees.
International Business M a c h i n e s
Corp., (IBM)', New York City. Location
of work: Branch offices in Midwest or
anywhere'in the U.S. Graduates: June
or Aug. Citizenship :required. 1) Men
with M.S., Ph.D. or B.A. or B.S. (Grade
Average at least 3.0) for Applied Scien-
tist. 2) Men with degrees in Liberal Arts
or Business Administration for Sales
Representatives. 3) Women with a de-
gree in Liberal Arts or Business Admin-
istration for Systems Service. Some
mathematics or accounting desirable.
The Texas Co., New York., N. Y. Lo-
cation of work: Mich., Ill., Mo. area pri-
marily. Graduates: June or Aug. Men
with a degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration for Marketing of
Petroleum Products.
Tues., March 3:
The College. Life Insurance Co. of
America, Indianapolis, Ind. Location of
work: throughout the U.S. Graduates:
,une. Citizenship required. Men With
degrees in Liberal -Arts or Business Ad-
ministration for Insurance Sales.
Department of Labor, Washington,
D.C. Location of work: Washington,
D.C. Graduates: June, Aug. Citizenship
required. Men and women with degrees
in Economics, Statistics, Business Ad-
ministration, Public Administration,
Political Science, Social Sciences, Law,
Journalism, and Accounting for Man-
agement Intern Program, and Econ-
omic, Statistics and Public Policy work.
S. S. Kresge Co., Detroit, Mich. Lo-
cation of work: Main office - Detroit,
Mich.; District Offices -. Chicago, Ill.;
New York., N.Y.; Pittsburgh, Pa. Men
with degrees in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration for Management
Training.
Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc., New York,
N.Y. Location of work: Detroit Market-
ing Division or other divisions through-
out the U.S Graduates: June or Aug.
Citizenship required. Men with any de-
gree in Liberal Arts or Business Admin-
istration for Marketing Program in
Automotive Sales, Marine Sales, Operat-
ing Engineer, Operating Executive, or
Administration and Staff.
Personnel Requests:
Eaton Manufacturing Co., Cleveland,
O., is interested in obtaining a Mathe-
matician for Design Analyses of new
product ideas. B.S. in math, with good
background in Engrg. fundamentals, or
B.S. in Engrg, with excellent mathe-
matic capabilities.
A corporation in N.Y. city is looking
for a Director of Employee and Com-
munity Relations. Position: to estab-
lish and maintain effective employee
and community relations.
A. T. Kearney & Co., Chicago, Ill., Is
looking for two Chemical Engineers for
a client. 1) Chem. Engr. for Mich. plant
will function as an Asst. to the Planrt
Manager. 2) Cost-desgn Engr. B.S. in
Ch.E. and about 10 yrs. exp.
Saint Luke's Hospital, Cleveland, O.
has position open for a Director for the
Hospital Residence. Woman, 30-55 yrs.
of age with M.A. in Counseling and
Guidance.
Raymond Bag Corp., Middletown, O.,
has the following positions open: 1)
Asst. to Technical Development Manag-
er, 2) Time Study Engr., and 3). Chief
Design Engr. Job ,descriptions and re-
quirements are on file at the Bureau
of Appointments.
Community Activities, Inc., Water-
ford, Mich., is considering employing a
full time Director. Waterford Town-
ship is adjacent to Pontiac, Mich.
Crucible Steel Co. of America, Pitts-
burgh, Pa., is currently looking for three
exp. Metallurgists to fill positions of
Associate and Asst. Metallurgists.
Datamatic, Newton Highlands, Mass.,
has positions available in the Systems
Analysis Dept. for people of all levels
who can perform independent creative
work.
Celotex Corp., Marrero, La., is cur-

rently looking for a Technical Grad to
head up a wet end or stock preparation
project. He will be exposed to a stimu-
lating and an unusual growth situation.
Hayward V. McIntosh, Aliquippa, Pa.,
is interested in hiring a grad or under-
grad who has been trained in the Home
Building Industry. Will, be working in'
the metropolitan Pittsburgh area. ,
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley,
Mass., is looking for a woman grad or
senior who would be interested in a
career in Journalism after graduation.
Spend two yrs. working in office of
News Bureau and working on M.A. at
the same time in the field of her
choice. Practical exp. in public relations
while earning M.A. degree.
Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich.,
has the following positions available:
Advertising Visualizer, Analytical Chem-
ists, Export Advertising Position, Pat-
ent Attorney Trainees, Sales Trainees
and Field Salesmen, Special Services
Laboratory, Thermal Laboratory, Tech-
nical Service and Development, Plastics
Technical Service, Mathematician, Re-
search ChemJpal Engr., and Metallur-
gists and Physical Metallurgists.
Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind., has the following positions avail-
able: Product, Sales, Project, Field Serv-
ice, Transmitter, Quality Control, and
Beginning Engineers. Also Draftsman.
National Drug Co., Swiftwater, Pa.,
has position open for a Chief Bacteri-
ologist. Ph.D. preferred but would con-
sider an M.S. Candidate should be
available shortly. Salary open but would
compare to similar positions in industry.
Midland County Girl Scouts, Inc.,
Midland, Mich., has vacancy for Execu-
tive Director. B.A. in Social Sci. plus
administrative exp. ,
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
Organization
Notices
(Use of this column for an-
nouncemenlts is available to of i-
cially recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for this
semester must register by February
28. Forms available, 2011 Student
Activities Building.)
CLOSING HOUR STUDENT ACTIV-
ITIES: Student Government Council
has authorized an extended closing hour
of 1 a.m. for student-sponsored activ-
ities held on the night of March 14.
Chess Club, Meeting, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m.,
Union, Rm. 3-K.
* *s *
Graduate Student Coffee Hour, Feb.
25, 4-5:30 p.m., Rackham Bldg., 2nd
Fi.-W. Lounge. All graduate students
Invited.
* * *
Italian Club, Organizational Meeting,
Feb. 26, 3-5 p.m., 3050 F.B. Everyone
welcome.
* 4' *
ITSIS, Office Hours - Monday &
Thursday, 3-5 p.m., 2518 SAB. Free in-
formation to possible European travel-
ers.
* * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, Coffee & Con-
versation at 3-5 p.m., Meeting-Slides
and Refreshments at 8 p.m., Feb. 25, 3050
F.B. Everyone welcome.
* ,* *
Lutheran Student Assoc., Lenten Ves-
per Service, Feb. 25, 7:15 p.m., Forest
& Hill Streets.
SGC Public Relations Comm., Meet-
ing-New Members Needed, Feb. 26, 4
p.m., 1548 SAB.
Ullr Ski Club, Meeting-Ski Movie &
Spring Vacation Planning, Feb. 25, 7:30
p.m., Union, Em. 3-G.
Young Republicans, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m.,
Union, Rm. 3-B. Speaker: Hank Kerr,
"Republican Irresponsibility in the Leg-
islature: Bludgeoning of Higher Educa-
tion."

BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
)W1
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY. Com-
plete service on Phonographs and
radios. Stereo conversions. Reasonable
prices. Duraco, NO 3-6185. ;6
Complete line of HiFi components
including Kits; complete Service on
radio, phonographs and HiFi equip-
ments.
HI FI STUDIO
1317 South University
I block east at Campus Theatre
Phone NO 8-7942
)X2
PIANOS -ORGANS
Best offer Keyboard Service
WURLITZER SOHMER KIMBALL
Dealer
ANN ARBOR PIANO CO.
213 E. Washington, NO 3-3109
)X3
NEW LP SPECIALS
at the
LIBERTY
MUSIC SHOPS
New! Bernstein and the
N.Y. Philharmonic
Tchailkovsky - Symphony No. 4
Regularly $4.98 -
This Week $3.89
New! Sinatra Sings -
"Love is a Kick"
Regularly $3.98 -
This Week $2.89
THIS WEEK SAVE $1.09 THIS WEEK
- CAMPUS - - DOWNTOWN -
211 S. State 205 E. Liberty St.
NO 8-9013 NO 2-0675
LIBERTY MUSIC SHOPS
X5
RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs, Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin,
Estey, Thomas) Nw and Used.
Terms
MADDY MUSIC
508 E. William NO 3-3223
)X1
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING: Thesis, Term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
J42
TYPING-NO 5-3511, evenings or ma-
terials accepted 12 noon at U High
office. Gladys Smith. J4
Shop for
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS,
AND
GOURMET SPECIALTIES
Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
J6
RITZ
BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty work
605 E. Williams
Phone NO 8-7066
J5
ON PACKARD right off State Street-
That's our convenient location. Our
hours are convenient too-7 :30 A.M.
'til midnight.
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
J41
SKIRTS - SKIRTS - SKIRTS
All colors, sizes and fabrics at 'the
lowest possible priceshin our close-
out group. Hurry while they last'
to the
Elizabeth Dillon Campus Toggery
1111 S. University
J39
PAPERS EDITED and Typed. Quick
service, Spelling, punctuation need
correction? NO 8-6276; J30

Eddie's Paint Store
White paint.........$1.98 per gal.
Colors............$2.48 per gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
)J15
LADIES BARBER SHOP
1108% S. University
Only barber in town who is a
trained and licensed Ladies' Hair
Stylist. )J17
ONE-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SANFORDS .
Shoe Repairing
Hat Cleaning
Tailoring
Pressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6969
)J2
WASHING AND IRONING
or ironing separately.
Free pickup and delivery.
NO 2-9020
)J16

ALTERATIONS
JOHN'S TAILOR SHOP
"The Clothing Stores' Tailor"
Alterations for Men and Women.
Pressing While You Wait
118%S E. Washington NO 2-4617
(above Conlin and Wetherbee
Clothing Store)
)P1
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Part time nights 10-
2:30 Apply in person after 1:30 P.M
Drake Sandwich Shop. )H9
HELP WANTED, MALE: Cafeteria Man-
ager-This position requires a person
with experience in managing a large
cafeteria or restaurant. Salary open.
Apply at the personnel office, Univer-
sity Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich. )H8
WANTED
EXPERIENCED Secretary wishes typ-
ing to be done at home. NO 3-8736.
BB12
WANTED: One, or two grad. girls to
share nicely furnished, comfortable
apartment, one block from campus.
Rent $40. a month. Call NO 3-9830
after 5. BB2
PERSONAL
WANTED to borrow $1100. University
employee, middle aged couple. Will
pay $100 down a month for 12
months. Contact Box 42. F42
rEACHER of singing and speaking.
Class or private. Carol Westerman
NO 8-6584. )F2
FOR RENT
NEAR CAMPUS: 2 single rooms for men
including linen, cleaning, and kitch-
en privileges. Call NO 3-2109. C62
UNIVERSITY TERRACE & Northwood
apartments - available immediately.
They are dvailable for immediate oc-
cupancy-efficiency; one & two bed-
room apartments at both University
Terrace & Northwood Apartments. To
be eligible you must be a married
student or full-time faculty member
who is not already assigned to either
University Terrace or Northwood
Apartments. For information please
contact Mr. Melhuish, 1056 Adminis-
tration Building or call NO 3-1511,
Ext. number 3311 or 2914. ,C63
NORTH SIDE, a specially delightful
brand new 2-bedroom home with huge
living room and fireplace. $125 per
month. NO 3-0148. C64
FOR MEN: Single and double room,
901 Packard St. Breakfast privileges.
Call 2-5152. C61
WANTED: roommate for new apart-
ment at 1500 Pauline, to share with
senior & soph. Contact Marty, NO 3-
7625. C60
NEAR CAMPUS: three nice clean single
rooms, hot and cold water, linen ser-
vice..$8 per week. NO 5-5157 or 1302
Washtenaw Terrace. C49
2 ROOM furnished apt., all utilities
except gas for cooking. Married couple
-no children. NO 8-8900. C57
CLOSE TO CAMPUS-Newly remodeled
four room and bath lower apartment.
Fireplace in living room, Range, re-
frigerator, heat and water furnished.
Garage. Phone NO 8-7002. C58
FOR RENT: East William furnished
3-room apartment. New modern fur-
nishings. Full bath. Close to campus
& downtown. $115 per month, in-
cluding heat. Available March 1st.
Call NO 3-0819. C56
SINGLE or double for male student.
One block from Law school. Reason-
able. 808 Oakland. Phone NO 2-2858.
C55
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS: House-
keeping room. Also efficiency apart-
ment-private bath. 514 S. Forest, NO
2-1443. ' C52
SINGLE ROOM with fireplace. On For-
est. $25 a month. NO 3-2800. C51
SINGLE ROOMS for men, attractive.
Linens & cleaning. As low as $6 wk.
NO 3-6039. call after 6 P.M. C31
LGE. APTS. for rent. Very reasonable.
Call 3-4402. C36
STUDY UNDISTURBED.
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747. )C3
FURNISHED APTS. for rent for 3 or 4
Call NO 3-4402. )C12
BOYS' ROOMS available next semes-
ter. 617 E. University. Contact Jim
Booth, Rm. 10 or call 3-7159. )C15
MALE STUDENT to share furnished
apartment with 3 others, swimming
pool. 10 minutes from campus. NO
5-7602. )C20
STUDENT ROOMS for rent, % block
from campus, Several rooms and
suites to select from. Reasonable
rates. Phone NO 8-7942. 1218 Wash-
tenaw. )C29

CAMPUS AREA - 3 clean convenient
rooms, private bath, unfurnished ex-
cept stove, basement privileges. NO
8-6529. )C26
Phone NO 2-4786
for Classified Advertising
for the
SHARPEST
GREETING CARDS
in town
always try
FOLLETT'S
State St. at North U.

INCOME TAX SERVICE
INCOME TAX SERVICE
NotaryPublic M. J. Thurber
JJ1
INCOME TAX SERVICE
In your home by appointment
Call

E. S. WEISS
H U 2-0572
Phone NO 2-3455

JJii

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sport Cars.
Lubrication $1.25
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858
). 7
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
)S2
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and acces-
sories. Waranteed & guaranteed.
See us for the best price on 'new
& used tires. Road service -
mechanic on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 )Sl
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Beige clutch bag, containing
keys, vicinity of S. State. Call NO 3-
1561, ext. 5566, ) A10
BLACK-RIMMED GLASSES - Lost in.
Library or on South "U" Sun. night.
Please leave message for Allan at NO
2-3580. 1 A12

USED CARS

FOR SALE
CLASSICAL RECORD SALE, hundreds
of 78 rpm albums only. Auber to
Weber 40c per record. Also 5 large
record cabinets, console 3-speed pho-
no. Phone NO 2-6102 or see Jim Hahn-
ke at 727 Miller Ave. B15
USED LEATHER BRIEF CASE, under
$5. Dial NO 3-3478 after 6 P.M. B16
1954 NEW MOON TRAILER. 36' x 8' on
lot; priceed to sell; call NO 2-7534.'
B17
35 FOOT 856 MARLETTE, excellent
condition, fully equipped, air con-
ditioned. Call NO 3-2294 after 5. B2
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BURR: Let's have a look at the official
Michigan ring. Patt. 1209 South Uni-
versity. F47
FEATURING homemade and unusual
flavored ice cream. Coffee, peppermint
stick, chocolate mint chip. Served in
sugar cones.
LOMARD'S 1225 S. University
F36
TIME IS CHEAP
Students, $3.87 for one year
or
28 weeks $1.98
Phone Student Periodical Agency
NO 2-3061 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
F44
GUITAR LESSONS: Guitars, qualified
instructor call Maddy Music for de-
tails. NO 3-3395. 508 E. Williams. )F1
KNITTERS REJOICEI Real Imported
Shetland yarn now available for 650
an oz; 25 colors including leathers. NO
3-0877. F14
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARD IN A CO-OP. $9.50 and five
hours work per week at the following
addresses. Call for a sample meal:
Michigan Co-op, 315 N. State, ask' for
Frank Koch. NO 2-0414 Nakamura
Co-op, 807 S. State, ask for Al Encols.
NO 2-3219. Also a few rooming vacan-
cies. E10
BOARD or ROOM and BOARD, Nelson
International- House for men. 915
Oakland. Good food, interesting com-
pany. Close to campus. Call 3-8506
and ask for Thano or Nancy. E9
ROOM AND BOARD for men near Bus.
Ad. School, Free Parking, T.V., Wash-
er and Dryer provided. 1108 Hill. NO
3-1767. Ask for DeanNelson. . )E1
ROOM and/or board for men students.
Good food. Linens furnished. Con-
veniently located at Hill and For-
est. Ask for Mr. Wentz. 1319 Hill St.
or phone NO 2-6422. )E5
WOMEN STUDENTS: Friend's Center
International Cooperative. 1416 Hill'
St. approximately $260 per semester.
Call NO 5-6894 or NO 2-9890. )E6

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
GUY CARI is now accepting applica
tions in his newest beauty collegf
Days, afternoons, and evening classe
For student beautician. For more in
formation write or call Ann Arbo
Beauty College, 4567 Washtenaa
Ypsilanti or NO 5-7500. )CC
PETS AND SUPPLIES
MALE SIAMESE kitten for sale, als
stud service. NO 2-9020. )T
SIAMESE KITTENS, male and femal
each $10. NO 5-7963 after 6 P.M. T
WANTED
WANT dOne student to share fu.
nished, roomy, warm apt. with tw
upper classmen. Phone NO 2-8106 eve
nings or NO 8-6057 anytime. BB:
REAL ESTATE
A PRIVATE DRIVE lined with gracef
weeping willows beside a spring-fe
swimming pond leads you to the from
door of this new commodious Ear
American style home. The entry wal
accommodate many books and bric-e
brac and the really big living roo'
has an adjoining conservatory stocke
with growing plants and vines. A fu
size dining room will put back ti
fun in entertaining as will the b
cozy paneled kitchen. Approx. 2 s
cluded idyllic acres inside city. Be
offer accepted. NO 3-0148. B
MISCELLANEOUS
PROFESSIONAL STENOGRAPHER
Theses, Essays, Reports, etc. Edited
and Typed at SPECIAL RATE FOR
STUDENTS. Joan Coball, NO 3-6942.
GOOD MEALS: Frat. five minutes fro
Engineering Building. Reasonabl
Any or all meals. Steward NO3-6
FO"X -MO0'TE L
Room Phones
Free TV
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
PROFESSIONAL STENPGRAPHER
Theses, Essays, Reports, etc. Edited
and Typed at SPECIAL RATE FOR
STUDENTS. JoanCoball. NO 3-694

WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-$141
)N2
151 FORD CONVERTIBLE, $150. Call NO
3-0148. N19
1951 CHEVY; 4-dr. 62,000 miles, radio,
heater. Good tires, $125. Call Kay
Gregory; NO 3-1511, ext. 2488. N20
1955 CHEVROLET wagon - series 210,
4-door, 6 passenger, cashmere blue,
white top. Mileage 38,000. Trips - 20
m.p.g. NO 2-6333. N18
HILLMAN 1958 Four-door wagon heat-
er. Like new. HU 2-7140. N10

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