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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4784

from 1:00 to

1'

JOHN WAIN-British novelist, critic and poet discusses the change
in attitude of the "new literary generation." He said people have
shifted their attention from relationships involving a lot of people,
to those involving afew and this shift das instrumental for the
new attitude.
Writer Discusses
PostWar Novelists

By FAITH WEINSTEIN
"How would you feel if some-
one called you n angry young
man?" John Wain asked.
"It's a press stunt," he con-
tinued, "something drummed up
by Fleet Street to make news
stories. There is a literary genera-
tion today with. something in
common, but I don't think that
something is anger."
Wain, who is a. leading British
novelist, critic and poet; went ,on
to' describe what he thinks this
TAlk Views

"something in common" is. The
post-war novelists, he explained,
"have shifted their attention from
relationships involving a lot of
people, such as political relation-
ships, to those involving a few."
This has come about, he added,
because the young people who
have grown up since the war have
come to feel that they are "living
in a 'iuge monolithic block where
even their own government is just
part of an assembly. They feel
that there is little they can do to
alter the world, and so, concen-
trate on the individual." I
"It was a mistake on the part of
the thirties writers," he said, to
think that literature, and particu-
larly poetry could be made of the
stuff which goes on front pages
of newspapers."
Discusses 'Movement'
Wain went on to discuss "The
Movement," which is the common
appelatign given to the group of
contemporary British novelists
and poets of which he is consid-
ered a member.
"In literary history," he said,
"there are always people who have
a broad literary, similarity: Jour-
nalists, and I mean the respon-
sible ones as well as the irrespon-
sible, have been waiting for a
fifties tone to appear. Because of
the general attitude, the post-war
identity had a hard 'time emerg-
Mg.
The first indication was an ar-
ticle in the "Spectator" in 1951,
called "In the Movement," which
picked out Iris Murdoch, Kingsley
Amis and myself, and some poets,.
such as Peter Gunn, as being part
of this "Movement," he continued.
Satire Is Characteristic
One of the primary characteris-
tics of the "'Movement" writers is
a satirical: biting view of society
and life, according to the English
professors who made up last
week's symposium on the "Trends
in British Literature.",
"There has always been a very
strong tradition of a certain kind
of satire in British literature,"
Wain said. "Young writers start
off with satiric novels, and later
on turn to other things, because
it is a natural thing for a young
person, faced with a world in
which he had no say, to follow his
first aggressive impulses and at-
tack it."
"Later," he continued, "he be-
gins to feel responsible for it, loses
his impulse to score points and
wants to do something construc-
tive." A new wave of writers often
begins with satire and then finds
the label "satiric novelists' fitting
more and more awkwardly as time
goes on, he concluded.

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plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
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BUSINESS SERVICES
HEADQUARTERS for Do - It - Yourself'
supplies. Paints, brushes, rollers,
wrought iron and wood legs, Reynolds
Aluminim, sheet iron, threaded rods,
spray enamels, etc.
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR
311 S. Main St.
Phone NO 2-3277
J59
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. J4
Radio, Phono, T.V
SERVICE
Fast Dependable Pick Up & Delivery
Ann Arbor Radio and TV
1217 S. University, Phone NO 8-7942
J61
LADIES BARBER SHOP
1108% S. University
Only barber in town who is a
trained and licensed Ladies' Hair
Stylist. J17
Eddie's Paint Store
White paint ...$1.98 per gal.
Colors............ $2.48 per gal.
117 E. Ann - NO 8-6966
)J15'
ON-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SAN FORD'S
Shoe Repairing - Hat Cleaning
'ailoring - Pressing
Shoe Shining
19 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6966
J2
PAPERS EDITED and Typed. Quick
Service. Spelling, punctuation need
correction? NO 8-6276. , J30
FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY. Com-
plete service on Phonographs and
radios. Stereo conversions. Reasonable
prices. Duraco, NO 5-5111. )J32
Shop for
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS,
AND
GOURMET SPECIALTIES w
Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
J6
INCOME'
TAXC
Notary Public
New Location:
FRANCES V. STILSON
9411 Main Street
Whitmore Lake
H Ickory 9-2214
FOR RENT
MONROE ST., 2 large newly furnished
rooms. Modern kitchen and fireplace.
NO 3-2800. C16
FOR RENT: 2,144 Packard. 4 large rooms,
new, private entrance. Heat furnished.
Close to shopping district. Bus serv-
ice. NO 3-5941. 'C95
NEAR CAMPUS. 5-room house fur-
nished till end of semester. Suitable
for four men students. Reasonable.
Call NO 2-3600 or after six, NO 8-7891.
C93
SINGLE ROOM for male near Union.
Phone NO 8-6757. C91
ROOMS for ten graduate women for
summer term. $30 monthly each. NO
2-5184. C90
ROOM for nurse or woman graduate
student. Private entrance, East side.
Phone NO 3-5483. C88
NEWLY FURNISHED and. remodeled
apartment for four adults. 1z block
from St. Joseph's Hospital. From now
until Sept. 1. NO 2-0671. C89
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom home

on picturesque end of Geddes Avenue
near Huron River, for 2 Professionals.
References. Phone NO 8-6293 evenings.
C84
STUDY UNDISTURBED
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747. )C3
ROOM FOR WOMAN. Linens furnished.
Use of fully-equipped kitchen and
dining room; laundry facilities. Tele-
phone NO 2-1394. E17

FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Physics and Math Texts,
back issues of Scientific American,
Classical and Jazz Records, Phono-
graph. Call NO 5-7694 after 5 P.M.
B26
USED FR ELECTRONIC FLASH in good
condition. Contact Lawrence Mat-
tice, NO 5-6181. B25
FOR SALE: Spencer microscope-Mon-
ocular, x6 and x10 eye pieces, quad-
ruple nose piece with three objectives,
x10, 44, and x95 (oil). Mechanical
stage. Near perfect condition. Carry-
ing case and substage lamp included.
Price-reasonable. Contact Dr. Mitch-
ell, Simpson Memorial Inst., Ext. 587.
B24
35 FOOT 856 MARLETTE, excellent
condition, fully equipped, air con-
ditioned. Call NO 3-2294 after 5. B2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Charm Bracelet of high senti-
mental value. Reward. Call NO 3-7647.
A25
LOST: Black cloth change purse. Keep-
sake token. Reward. NO 8-6774. A24
LOST THREE BOOKS: Intro to Chem.
Engineering, Badger and Banchero;
Differention Equations, Rainville;
CRC Math Tables. Call Don Hopkins,
NO 3-0292. A23
MISCELLANEOUS
GOOD MEALS: Frat. five minutes from
Engineering Building. Reasonable.
Any or all meals. Steward NO 3-2600.
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HELP WANTED
NURSE, Craft Counsellor, Waterfront
Counsellor, 19 or older, wanted for
small boys' camp. Please write giving
background and experience:
Camp Flying Eagle
1251 Weber Drive
Lansing, Mich.
H119
Male and Female DANCING INSTRUC-
TORS 18-35 years of age. Experience
preferred but not necessary. Training
classes beginning Sat., March 7th.
Applications accepted in person at
1311 S. University. H14
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BIG RECORD SCOOP AT '59
All LP's Monaural Stereo
Shows, Hits, Plays, Classics, Pops
Regularly $5.98 Now $4.98
Regularly $4.98 Now $3.98
Regularly $3.98 Now $2.98
SAVE, SAVE, -SAVE
Rent a brand new piano with option
to buy.. $10 per month plus cartage.
All payments apply on purchase.
GRINNELL BROS.
323 South Main NO 2-5667
X11
RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs, Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin,
Estey, Thomas) New and Used.
Terms.
MADDY MUSIC
508 E. William NO 3-3223
)XI
PIANOS -- ORGANS
Best offer Keyboard Service
WURLITZER * SOHMER KIMBALL
Dealer
ANN ARBOR PIANO CO.
213 E. Washington, NO 3-3109
)X3

Room Phones
Free T V
2805 E. Michigan

HU 2-2204
)M3

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
)S7
W4ITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
1 )82
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE.
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & 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
S1

PERSONAL
MEN'S shoe fashion on parade. Tan
Delta Phi Fraternity. 2015 Washtenaw.
F3
ATTEND the play "WINTER" by Sholom
Ash, Sunday, 7:00 P.M, 1429 Hill. All
welcome. Free of charge. F35
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KAREN
F38
ONLY IN MICHIGAN when you gaze
at the stars are you taking a lab
exam. F37
DON'T BE LEFT OUT! Order your 1959
Michiganensian today. This Ensian
is an "all-American" yearbook, one
of the top five in the country. Pre-
serve your college memories with an
"All-American" Michiganensian.
F34
ON SUNDAY EVE-March twenty-two,
We, D. Phi. E., invite All of you To
meet our new pledges, from 7:00 to
9:00 And to hear Paul McDonough's
piano tunes fine. F40
The Phi Sig girls' "P.O.P."
we'll sure be the "top"
They're sharp as a blade
Our "Pledges On Parade"
All campus open house 2-5 P.M.
Band and refreshments.
Phi Sigma Sigma
407 N. Ingles. P106
CONGRATS and Best of Luck. Ta
Epsilon Phi. 4314,4317 Markley F104
BABY CHICKS make wonderful Easter
gifts. Cute, warm, friendly, etc. Call
NO 2-3191. Free with our compli-
ments. AEPI. F101
FOR SALE: Tandem bike, good condi-
tion. Call NO 2-4591, 302 Prescott.
Flo0
ARCH FORUM FOR $3.25 for 1 yr. Reg.
$6.50 a yr. for one week only. Phone
NO 2-3061, Student Periodical Agen-
cy, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. F99
PORTRAITS SKETCHED-at Cousin's
store, 309 S. State Tuesdays only.
)F43
SEE those Jonathan Logan and
Jerry Gilden dacron and cot-
ton dresses that stop just
long enough to let you know
what washable easy care
wonders they are. At the
Dillon Shop on Forrest at
S. U. Corner opposite the
Campus Theater,
F113
SPANISH WINESKINS: Spring-skiing
at Aspen, or in the Lauderdale sun,
a WINESKIN adds to your fun. Bal-
four's Slaters, Van Boven's or HU
2-0386. Fill
BURR: Let's have a look at the official
Michigan ring. Patt. 1209 South Uni-
versity. F47
SLEEP LATE and eat late. Pancake
breakfast served home style. Pan-
cakes with bacon, ham or sausage.
LUMBARD'S 1225 S. University
P36
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Easter ride to New York City
for 1 or 3 grad. students. Will share
driving and costs. Call 3-8847 or 2-
5929. G20
SOC buses to airports March 27. For
ticket information call3-0553, 3-5 P.M.
021
WANTED: Riders to Tampa-Sarasota,
Florida, leaving Thursday. NO 2-1446.
019
WANTED: Easter ride to Syracuse,
Utica area for one, two, or three.
Will share driving and cost. J. Han-
son, 307 Winchell, West Quad. G18
RIDERS WANTED to Washington, D.C.
March 28. Call HI 9-4361. 017
BUSES to airports March 27. For
ticket information call NO 3-0553,
3-5 P.M. 011
WANTED: Spring recess rides to NYC
and Montreal. Share cost. Bill, NQ 3-
8318. G9

AIRFLIGHT TO EUROPE-Nowhere can
you get such low cost advantages.
Make reservations now while there is
time. UNION STUIDENT OFFICE. G8
MUSKEGON EASTER SPECIAL
ROUNDTRIP GREYHOUND
JEFF FUNKHOUSER - 412 Green E.Q.
G14
WANTED: Ride to Atlanta, Ga.-Spring
vacation, Fri., Mar. 27, after 12:00
noon and back again the next week-
end. Will share expenses. Call Judy
Dahlem, '60D.H. 3-7541 Ext. 503 after
5:00. 07
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
GUY CARI is now accepting applica-
tions in his newest beauty college.
Days, afternoons, and evening classes.
For student beautician. For more in-
formation write or call Ann Arbor
Beauty College, 4567 Washtenaw,
Ypsilanti or NO 5-'t500. )CC1
BUSINESS PERSONAL
For that southern vacation, the
shirt-dress with no travel
limitations-pure silk prints
and stripes from $17.95,
drip dry cottons from $10.45
at the Dillon Shop on For-
est at S.U. Corner opposite
Campus Theater.

NO 5-5800

NO 3

STATIONWAGONS

FOR SALE
We specialize in good used ears fror
$100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES s
544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141.
AILLMAN 1958 Four-door wagon he
er. Like new HU 2-7140.

FF8

1956 VW
$1,195
1957 VW
$1,395
1957 VOLVO
$1,595

SHOPPING for party foods? You
can find everything you need for
a successful evening from us. Try
our fine pastries and assorted
Danish at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
FF9
GUITAR I*SSONS:
Guitars, qualified instructor,
Call Maddy Music for details..
NO 3-3395 508 E. Williams
FF6
HAVE YOUR SWEATERS knitted espe-
cially' for you, designed to fit you ex-
actly. Choose colors, style. NO 3-9260.
FFI
KNITTERS REJOICE!
Real imported Shetland yarn now
available6f or 65c anl oz.; 25 colors
including heathers. NO 3-0877. FF7
REAL ESTATE

1958 PONTIAC
9-passenger stationwagon, radio,
heater, Hydra-Matic, power steering,
power brakes.
$2595

INCOME TAX SERVICE
Notary Public
M. J. Thurber - Phone NO 2-345
USED CARS

1957 FORD

300 South Thayer

X7I

9-passenger stationwagon, heater,
automatic transmission.
$1895
1957 MERCURY
6-passenger stationwagon, radio,
heater, automatic transmission.
$1995
1957 FORD
6-passenger stationwagon, radio,
heater, automatic transmission,
low mileage.
$1695
1954 NASH RAMBLER
Stationwagon, radio an' heater.
$495

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CAR NEEDS

REALTORS
401 E. Liberty St.

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FOR THE THRILL OF A LIFETIME,
see the six room ranch home, featur-
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with floor to ceiling fireplace. Dining
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Three large bedrooms, full basement
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this that he will understand the
people," Prof. Makdisi empha-
sized. Understanding is easier be-
cause the people can be seen in
their moments of expansion and
relaxation, in their, homes and
clubs and not in formal situations.

.,

1. Does it bother you to admit that you YE
haven't read a very popular book? E ,
2. Do-you think there are degrees of YES
cheating in a game or examination?
3. Are there certain foods-you feet YES
sure you'd dislike without having
ever tried them?
4. Would you be seriousIy concerned _t '%d
read in your horoscope that catastrophe
Would befall you tomorrow?

5. Do you often fall short of cash several YES
days before your pay or allowance is
scheduled to come through?

NOD

6. When you're driving, do you like
to be first getting away from a
stop light about to change?

.

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Civil Engrg. Must be citizen of Vene-
zuela.
United States Civil Service Comm.,
examination for Accountant and Audi-
tor.
New York Ci il Service, positions
open in following fields: Medicine; Tu-
berculosis Control; Psychiatry and
Psychology; Engineering; Pharmacy
and Laboratory; Nursing; Dentistry;
Rehabilitation, Ed. and Interviewing;j
Social Work; Nutrition; Maintenance,
Custodial and Clerical; Machine Shop
and Community Planning. For further
information, contact the Bureau.,
State of Conn., Case Supervisor (Pub-
lic Assistance), Medical Social Work
Sup., Bookkeeping Machine Operator
(Remington Rand). Closing date: March
25, 1995.
State of Mich. Examinations for Spe-
cial Education Supervisors, (closing
date is April 8) and Traffic Engineering
Aides (March 25 closing date).
Reyes and Jacobson, CIA, LTDA., Ma-
nagua, Nicaragua, Graduate in Air Con-
ii niIEnere.

N.Y. Engineers, Physicists, and Mathe-
maticians. Also Works Manager-Spe-
cial Products Div.
Summer Placement:
Tues., March 24:
Camp Birch Knoll for Girls. Girls for
counselors at camp in Phelps, Wisc.
Positions for married couples.
Thurs., March 26:
Jackson County Girl Scouts. College
girls, camp counselors and specialists
at a girl's camp.
The Summer Placement Bureau is
open every Tues., and Thurs. from 1:00
to 5:00 and Fri., from 8:30 to 12 noon
in D528 of the S.A.B.
Tie Summer Placement Service sug-
gests that you set aside time during
Spring Vacation to interview companies
in your home town who hire college
students for the summer.

,7. Would you be reluctant to learn a
new sport in the.presence of friends
who were experts?

8. Have you found it to be personally
true that "a man's best friend
.AhieJA "

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9. Do you believe your choice
of a filter cigarette
should be based on hearsay?

.If you're the kind of person who thinks for
yourself, then choosing a cigarette will be
ased on a careful study of the facts-not
n quick decisions.
~Men-and women who think for them-
gelves usually smoke VICEROY. Their good

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