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r By FAITH WEINSTEIN
"Turning and turning in the
widening gyre,
The falcon cannot hear the
falconer."
The ancestry of this favorite
theme of Yeats, was traced yes-
terday by poet and critic Kath-
leen Raine, in her 1 e c t,u r e,
"Blake's Mental Traveller and
Yeats Gyres."
The basic theme of gyres, Miss
Raine said, stems from a myth in
Plato's Politics. "History, accord-
ing to Plato, is a perpetual altera-
tion of :ages, as the gpd Saturn
controls or relinquishes the revo-
lutions .f the years," she noted.
Reverse Automatically
r These revolutions of years re-
verse automatically at the end of
. a certain period of time, she con-
tinued, "like a coiled spring that
has been tightly wound'in one di-
rection, and unwinds itself spon-
taneously when released."
Miss Raine said Blake's 'Travel-
er' is based on the myth of the
historic cycle given by Plato in
his 'Politics' and , that Blake's
poems together with his sources--
Plato and the writings of Thomas
Taylor, contributed to Yeats
mythology of gyre.
First Saw Gyre Cycle
It was Yeats who first saw the
gyre cycle in this poem, Miss
Raine said. He saw in the man
and woman alternating youth and
age "figures signifying beauty
and wisdom, adding that the sym-
bol can be read on several levels,"
she added.
"I do not think Yeats is right in
his suggestion, except insofar as
beauty may be assigned to body,

and wisdom to soul," Miss Raine
said.
She believes that the two fig-
ures are' rather symbolic of spirit
and matter, with the women rep-
resenting the body or matter; and
the man the soul; or spirit.
Both Blake and Yeats based the
theme of the sacrificed god on the
myth of Dionysius whose death,
for both poets, initiated the be-
ginning of a Great Year of his-
tory, she added.

(Continued from Page 1)
These are the texts of the tele-
grams sent to Mayor Wagner and
Pres. Stokes:
"We wish to protest formally the
action proposed by the Faculty
Committee which will effectively
end the college's 21-year tradition
of press, freedom. As editors of
other municipal college newspapers
we urgently request that you re-
view their questionable methods
and the unfortunate results of the
plan."
"We wish to protest formally the
action proposed by the Faculty
Committee at Queens College
Which will effectively end the col-
lege's 21-year tradition of press
freedom. As editors of other muni-,
cipal college newspapers the pro,
posed system is especially repug-
naht to us because of its implica-
tions that the paper 'will be under
administrative control."

Ann Arbor should give "prefer-
ential treatment" to local busi-
ness, Mayor Cecil 0. Creal told
the City Council Monday.
Creal! stressed the need for im-
proved public relations, and sug-
gested the City Purchasing De-
partment "set up a percentage
system (for alloting local busi-
ness), keeping always in mind
that our local merchants are pay-
ing our Citytaxes.".
Another point he listed under
the heading of improving public
relations was regular department-
al meetings at which the City Ad-
ministrator would "discuss thor-
oughly this subject."
Gives Suggestions
"As a further suggestion," Creal
continued, "I would like to have
from time to time our appointed
(Cotinty) Supervisors from the
City attend Council meetings so
that they can be better informed
and have a closer relation with
City affairs.
After dwelling on public rela-
tions, Creal turned to employe re-
lations.
"I was disturbed this past week
about relations in one depart-
ment," the Mayor declared. "I
sincerely trust that the matter has.
been thoroughly investigated and
that there is complete satisfac-
tion," he continued.
Suggests Brochure
He asked City Administrator
Guy C. Larcom, Jr., to prepare a
brochure on "all the benefits that
employes get from the city," and
distribute it to all employes.
He illustrated by listing, "Vaca-
tion, days off, sick leave, group
disability and life insurance, pen-
sion and any others there may
be."

Creal also urged prompt action
on the bus problem, on civil de-
fense coordination, on develop,.
ment of parks and playgrounds,
and off-street parking.
Emphasizes Traffic
He laid particular emphasis on
the "ever-increasing traffic prob-
lem."
"Our business areas are in
trouble," he continued. "I ask that
the Council order some experi-
mentation on the problem at once,
especially to relieve the congestion
on Huron St. from State to Divi-
sion Sts.
"One problem is in the inade-
quacy of our Fire and Police fa-
cilities," he went on. "I urgently
ask that a report be made in the
very near future as to the possible
expansion of these departments."
Turns to Financ'
Creal next turned to finance,
saying, "Above all, we must be
constantly alert to economy in
go v e r n m e n t. It is absolutely
necessary that a maximum return
be received from our tax dollar."
He urged also a city committee
to work with the Economic Devel-
opment Committee of the Cham-
ber of Commerce to the benefit of
local business and hence the com-
munity. ,
"There are many more areas of
City operation with which we
must concern ourselves," Creal
said in conclusion. "Some of these
are Human Relations, Urban Re-
newal, annexation ,area planning
and the problems of the senior
citizens.
"I will from time to time sug-
gest action on these and other
matters," he said.

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ALTERATIONS
JOHN'S TAILOR SHOP
"The Clothing Stores' Tailor"
Alterations for Menrand Women.
Pressing while You wait
118 E. Washington NO 2-4617
(above Coriiln and Wetherbee
Clothing Store)
)P
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
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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 5-7500. )CC
BUSINESS SERVICES
Having a party? Try Ralph's fine
assortment of pastries, drinks, can-
dies and cheeses. We are open for
your convenience from 7:30 A.M.
'til midnight. Do drop in at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard (just off State St.)
NO 2-3175
J66
EXPERT TYPING. Theses, Papers. NO
8-6157. J67
TYPING-NO 5-3511, evenings or ma-
terials accepted 12 noon at U High
office. Gladys Smith.J
TYPING: Thesis, Term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
J42
RITZ
BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty work
605 E. Williams
Phone NO 8-7066
J5
Shop for
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS,
AND
GOURMET SPECIALTIES
Washington Fish Market
208 B. Washington NO 2-2539
J6
TYPING WANTED. NO 8-8551. J65
SPRING GARDENERS: We can meet
all of your gardening needs. Grass
seed and fertilizers, lawn and fer-
tilizing carts, lawn rakes, pruning
shears and all other gardening tools.
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR
311 S. Main St.
Phone NO 2-327'7
J63
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-DA SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SANFORD'S
Shoe Repairing - Hat Cleaning
Tailoring - Pressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6966
J2
PAPERS EDITED and Typed. Quick
Service. Spelling, punctuatioi 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
USED CARS
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet, $150. Ex-
cellent transportation. NO 8-8141.
N46
MUST SELL immediately - Going in
service - '53 Blue Austi-Healey con-

vert., excel. cond, many extras, $1,300.
NO 3-4187-ask -for Stu. N45

Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 1 1 :30 Saturday -- Phone NO 2-4786

LINES
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3
4

FOR RENT
A DECORATIVELY furnished or un-
furnished 4 room apartment. Light,
cheerful & convenient to downtown
campus. New furnishings & custom
drapperies by interior decorator. $105
furnished. Call NO 8-7963. C116
HOME: 2 floors, 6 rooms, June on. Fur-
nished, very reasonable. Close to cam-
pus. Call. NO 2-9181. C115
1ST FLOOR APT., 4 rms. partially fur-
nished, recently redecorated, bright
and cheerful; quiet west side neigh-
borhood. NO 2-4346 or NO 3-0820.
0113
2 RMS. FOR RENT. You take your
choice. Park free in my driveway.
Breakfast and privileges. NO 2-1279
or NO 2-7282. C114
303 S. DIVISION. 2nd floor apartment.
Very well decorated. Bachelor apart-
ment. Would prefer Instructor or
Professor. Available by April 15th.
Can be seen from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Phone NO 3-5797, ask for Mrs. Kelly.
Cmll
LARGE ROOM in our house for rent.
Quiet Gentleman. Living and bedroom
furniture. Garage included. Phone
HU 3-1316. C110
MODERN furnished 2 bedroom Apt. for
4 persons, near campus and hospitals,
available now. Call NO 5-6924 after
5 p.m. C106
MODERN APT. for summer near cam-

HELP WANTED
Experienced
'SECRETARIES
Due to our continued expansion we
are seeking secretaries for several
responsible positions in our organi-
zation. Qualified persons selected
will find excellent working condi-
tions, opportunity for advancement,
salary and fringe benefits. All re-
plies will be held in confidence.
Apply in person mornings:
Mr. Lawrence Smiley
BENDIX
Systems Division
3300 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor
H
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST II-$5607-
$6387 (Effective June 29, 1959). Pres-
sent rate $5459-$6179. Citizenship,
not over 40. A.S.C.P. registered, 3
years experience. Promotional oppor-
tunities to higher grades having a
maximum $6866. Liberal fringe bene-
fits. Write: Wayne County Civil Serv-
ice Commission,. 626 City County
Building, Detroit 26, Michigan, WOod-
ward 5-2750. H23
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST or Labora-
tory Assistant for hospital in im-
portant industrial town. Salary com-
mensurate with qualifications. Write
to box No. BB17, Michigan Daily, for
interview. H25
APPLY NOW in writing for Beth Is-
rael Sunday School teaching posi-
tions for next year. Full details in
first letter, stating background and
experience. No phone calls, please.
H26
PART-TIME SECRETARY WANTED,
Pleasant surroundings and flexible
hours; half-days or two days per
week. Write to Box No. 27. H27
MISCELLANEOUS
GOOD MEALS: Frat. five minutes from
Engineering Building. Reasonable.
Any or all meals. Steward NO 3-2600.
)M1

ONE-DAY
.80
. 96

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SPECIAL
TEN-DAY
RATE
.9
.47
.54

PERSONAL
DEAR PLEDGES:
Tired of going from door to door?
Say you can't walk any more?
Come on girls, you know it's fun.
We always finish what you've begun.
Phi Sigma Sigma Active.
174
FOR SALE: One shower handle. (Very
slightly used by Phi Sigma Delta.)
Inquire Phi Sigma Sigma. F173
BURR: I will meet you at 1209 8. Uni-
versity to look at the official Michi-
gan ring. Patt
Burr Patterson and Auld Co.
F46
Seismologists
Visit Lumbard's
for the greatest shock of your life
1225 S. Univ.
P164 ,
UNCLE SWEN needs you. F144
WANTED: Male traveling companion,
Europe. This summer. NO 3-7415.
P169
INDIA STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION
SPRING BANQUET
April 18, 1959, Saturday in Unont
Ballroom, Michigan Union, 6:30 P.M.
Banquet followed by entertainment
program. Tickets sold at informa-
tion Desk at International Center.
F170
INVESTIGATIVE WORK: All types in-
formation provided or developed on a,
strictly confidential basis. NO 3-7455.
F154
AT THE LITTLE CLUB:
"The Finest in Rhythm"
No melody, just rhythm. F166
MEG BROOKS Date Service - call any-
time. NO 2-3279. F171
ONLY IN MICHIGAN ... Is Arb. an
abbreviation for parking lot! P1Fl
BURR: Let's have a look at the official
Michigan ring. Patt. 1209 South Uni-
versity. I47
NEW AIR-CONDITIONED 3-ROOM UN-
furnished. Has stove, icebox, garbage
disposal. Hardwood floors. All other
facilities. Detroit near Gratiot and
Outer Drive. $85 per month. NO 3-
3392. George Zinn. FNg
ORDER YOUR block ticket snow at
the Spring Week-end office, Union.
P157
Do you know all about
SPRING WEEK-END?
Picnic
Dance
Canoe Race
Balloons
Skit Night
Block Tickets
Yo-yo's
Well, Find Out! F160
Follow those balloons . .
P18
SO LONG as man shall 'inherit the
earth, so shall he seek the beautiful,
rare and unusual to satisfy his desire
for distinction -- Modern and Im-
ported Jewelry - Gifts -
LAKE DESIGNS
209 S. State' St.
Below Marshall's Book Shop .
F151
PORTRAITS SKETCHED
At Cousins store, 30g4-8. State.
Tuesdays only. )F43
REAL ESTATE
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOUSE NEA1t
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Unusual opportunity to buy 5%
acres situated 1%miles from city
limits. Beautiful building site.
Garden soil. An ideal suburban es-
tate for the price of a city lot,
Leonard C. Horn, 5056 Park Road,
Ann Arbor, NO 8-6249, R6
WANTED TO RENT
HOUSING JUNE 22-AUG. 1 for teach-
er's family of 4 plus obedience-trained
beagle. Either close to campus or
lake cottage. Write Curtis G. Smith,
Mt. Holyoke College, S. adley, Mass.
L2
WANTED, a hall to rent for lectures
on Psychology. Write Dr. Marcus
Bloch, L-Hy, 240 Rivington St., N.Y.,
N.Y. 1
BUSINESS PERSONAL
FRENCH tutoring by native Fr. teach-
er. Call NO 5-7516. FF19
UNIQUE MOTHER'S DAY GIFT
Your portrait sketched at Cousin's
store. 309 S. State. Tuesdays only.
FF11
ALTERATIONS
One Week Service
Also 24 hour Specials
Call after 6 P.M. on Tuesdays
Mrs. Maloney Phone NO 2-823
FF10 .
GUITAR LESSONS:
Guitars, qualified instructor,

Call Maddy Music for details.
NO 3-3395 508 E. Williams
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pus and hospitals for 3 or"
3-1318.

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(Continued from Page 4)
Rhus." Wed., April 15, 1139 Natural Sci-
ence, 4:00 p.m.
Deadline for Foreign Student Schol-
arship Applications is April 16. Appli-
cations can be obtained at Interna-;
tional Center from appropriate coun-
selor.
Doctoral Examination for George
Richard Wulf, Geology; thesis: "Lower
Cretaceous (Albian) Rocks in North-
ern Great Plains," Thurs., April 16, 4065
Nat. Sci. Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chairman,
K. K. Landes.
Doctoral Examination for Robert El-
wyn Preston, Musicology;.thesis: "The
Sonatas for Violin and Figured Bass by
Jean-Marie Leclair l'aine," Thurs., Ap-
ril 16, E. Council Rm., at 4:15 p.m.
Chairman, L. E. Cuyler.
Doctoral Examination for David Sir-
ota, Social Psychology; thesis: "Some
Functions of the Nationalistic Ideolo-
gies of Minority Ethnic Groups," Wed.,
April 15, 7611 Haven Hall, at 1:00 p.m.
Chairman, D. F. Aberle.
Placement Notices
Personnel Requests:
Beth. Israel Hospital, Boston, Mass.
Home Economics major with minimum
of 2 yrs. experience in sup. and oper-
ation of food service areas. Salary open.
St. Vincent's Hospital, Toledo, Ohio.
Fully accredited School of Nursing for
general hospital. ADA Dietitian for
teaching position. ADA membership
required with some teaching experience
but not essential. Immediate opening;
four week annual vacation, salary open.
WPAG, Ann Arbor, part time Con-
tinuity Writer. Would prefer a woman.
Must be a good and accurate typist.
Would definitely prefer someone with
some continuity writing experience. At
least 20 hrs. per week. Can set own
times, but want someone who has
block of hours at one time. Contact
Mrs. Barbara Penn or Mrs. Alice Bing-
ner.
State of Conn. Civil Service. Tabulat-
ing Equipment Operator (Closing date:
April 29), Key Punchy Operator (April
29), Cartographer (April 29).
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.

Architects with Arthur Hills Landscap-
ing Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Position near Ann Arbor, with Syl-
van Lake, for a woman to teach swim-
ming.
A Cement Co. from Alpena, Mich. will
take applications for summer labor
work. Contact the Summer Placement
Service,
Petoskey Playhouse, Petoskey, Mich.
Student to serve as press-publicity pub-
lic relations. Must have interest in
theater and summer stock. Also - a
talented Art Student for advertising,
competence in lettering, scenic design
and scenery painting. Come to the
Summer Placement.
Wed., April 15:
Biltmore Hotel of S. Haven, Mich.
Wed., p.m. All students who have ap-
plied, please attend. Two Bus Boys
needed.
Thurs., April 16:
Ann Arbor YWCA & YMCA. Students
for the camp staffs at the boys' Camp
Birkett, and the girls' Camp Takona.
Camp Easton for Boys. Men for Coun-
selor in charge of wild life and nature,
counselor in charge of Lodge programs,
singing and skits, and counselor to as-
sist in athletics, 'and swimming. Lo-
cated in Ely, Minnesota.
Camp Conestoga. Students for coun-
selors for Michigan camp.
Fri., April 17:.
Camp Conestoga.
The Summer Placement Service is
open Tues. and Thurs.. from 1:00 to 5:00
and Fri., from 8:30 to 12:00 in D528,
basement of the S.A.B.

ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS: House-
keeping room. 514 S. Forest. NO 2-
1443. 017
STUDY UNDISTURBED
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747. )C3
FOR SALE
PORTABLE Underwood Typewriter. Ex-
.cellent condition. Call NO 39024
after 4 P.M. B45
FROM BEAUTIFUL private home one
9x12 wool floral rug by Boxbury, $50,
like new. 10 cu. ft. Westinghouse re.
cost $360. Will sell for $85. One red
leatherette platform rocker-$25. One
tapestry platform rocker-$15. One
green slip-covered chair-$15. Lovely,
honey-colored hard maple double
dresser and desk with glass tops-
half of purchase price-$110. Single
box spring and mattress-$25. One
green cushioned porch glider-$5.
Available May 1. NO 3-0148. B44
ROLLEICORD V with case. Excellent
condition. $50. NO 5-7395. B37
SIAMESE Kittens. Stud service. Call
NO 2-9020. B23
35 FOOT 856 MARLETTE, ~excellent
condition, fully equipped, air con-
ditioned. Call NO 3-2294 after 5. B2
KONICA III with case and lens hood,
excellent condition, $50. NO 2-3588.
B41
17' NATIONAL-ONE-design sailboat,
complete with trailer and sails. Make
an offer. Call GLenview 3-2156 for
details. B40
FOR SALE: 1951 phevy, 4-dr., radio
and heater $150. Call Galloway, NO
2-5695. .B42
FREEZER and/or STOVE almost new.
Freezer 9 cubic ft. Standup. Very
reasonable. Call NO 2-9181 B43
for Classified Advertising
Phone NO 2-4786
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
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Social Action Luncheon, April 15, 12
Noon, Guild House.
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Folklore Soc., Folk Sing, Diag, 8 p.m.,
April 16, weather permitting.
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15, 4-5:30 p.m., Rackham Bldg., 2nd
floor, W. Lounge. All graduate students
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