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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OUTGOING IHC PRESIDENT:
Ashton Views Campus Life
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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday,and Saturday 9:30 'till 11:30 A.M.
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By THOMAS KABAKER
Robert Ashton, '59, outgoing
president of the Inter-House
Council, plunked his feet on a
desk as he began to drawl, in his
best Southern manner.
He even won a debate contest-
in high school--"Southern Speech
Congress, of course." Since that
time, Ashton has done quite a bit
of speaking, and a large part of
it has been about .IHC and the,
residence halls.
"The re'sidence halls could be
one of the major factors-in break-
ing down the size of the Univer-
sity and 'providing programs
Where faculty members and stu-
dents may come together," he re-
inarked.
Looks tp Future
Ashton has an education com-
plex-moreover, education in the
residence. halls. Those who know
him hear his opinions of the sub-
ject every other day. He sees the
day when the residence halls will
have to have educational coordin-
ators. "The University is too large
to carry this co rdination on oth-
erwise, and it needs every means
at hand," he claims. -
"The thing lacking in residence
halls is direction. They have been
on campus for twenty years as
expedient housing for students
without any comprehension of its
educational potential." He said
this view is prevalent among both
students and the administration,
He has supported the expansion
of quadrangle libraries, faculty
guest programs and a program of
displays and exhibits in the quad-
rangles. "Unattainable anywhere
else on campus," he claims.
Consider All
"There is a paradox in residence
halls," he continued. It is that
there is. a strength because the
men are independent and a weak-
ness in. that there is no defined c
commitment. This needs to be
taken into account. '
The administration should use i
any ways it can to strengthen the
\ commitment to the residence
units, thus increasing house unity t

ALTERATIONS
JOHN'S TAILOR SHOP
"The Clothing Stores' Tailor"
Alterations for Men and Women.
Pressing While You Walt
118_ E. Washington NO 2-4617
(above Conlin and Wetherbee
Clothing Store)
)P1
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
)W1
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. ) CC1
BUSINESS SERVICES
FOR TODAY'S breakfast why not buy
some lox, cream cheese, bagels, onion
rolls, or assorted Danish pastry? Plan
ahead also . . later in the week
we'll have smoked whitefish, gefitle
fish, kosher soups, pastrami, and
corned beef. Shop at Ralph's for these
delicious foods.
RALPH'S MARKET

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

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Call Classified between 1 :'00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786,

-Daily-Allan Winder
SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN-Ih a position of moderate relaxation,
Robert Ashton, retiring president of IHC, reflects on his ast

experiences at the University.
while at the same time not in-
fringing on, the rights of the in-
dividual.
In comparing the r e siden e
halls to fraternities, Ashton says,
there is- a decided difference in
the kind of freedom for the indi-
vidual. "The fraternity offers the
freedom of the smaller group with,
the fewer rules that go along with
it. But residence halls allow'a per-
sonal freedom - one not bound
by ritual or pledge ceremony.
Each Decides
"It is up to the individual to
decide which group he prefers,
Personally; the idea of mutual se-
lection, which is a polite word for
institutionalized prejudice, has
never appeared to me."
Ashton views IHC's'main func-
tion as lobbying for the residence

Lebanon Resistance Traced
To Deinocratic Background

halls. So he lobbies (a polite word
for pressurs everyone he can
find to get one thing or another
for the quadrangles. He's been
finagling to get milk machines in.
the residence halls for years.
"Over the years, I've developed
an amiable cynicism," he says.
"The administrators seem to
feel that IHC is good practice for
us kids. This is not true. The value
of Any student government is
measured in how much is contrib-
uted-by the student to the ,group
and by the group to the student."
Thinking Wrong
Concerning SGC, he remarked
that it "need not. be an extra-
curricular activity without mean-
ing. Any thought of SGC as a
training ground for democracy
shows no understanding of its po-
tential for contribution to the
University. Such a feeling toward
SGC is meaningless if not detri-
mental:.
Hopping to (and on) honor-
aries, Ashton growled, "They have
become a sterile tradition on the
campus. I think their initiations
are ludicrous for University men.
Such exhibitions would never be
tolerated if they were performed
by social fraternities.
Doesn't Work
"The concept of honoraries is
wrong. I don't think it follows
that because men become mem-
bers of a group and share secrets
in silence, that they can work to-
gether any better. It always seems
ironic to me that a concept of re-
striction is defended for the free-
dom it can afford."
Leaping from the frying pan
into the fire, he continued, "I
think the University should take
steps to de-emphasize football.
There is nothing wrong with ath-
letic scholarships, but I would
rather be proud of my school be-
cause of scholastics than because
of its football team,."
Jumping from that fire into
another one, Bob made one brief
remark about women. "I wish
they didn't like me so much."
A local female laughed and hit
him- with a coke bottle.

709 Packard

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NO 2-3175
J56

SPRING SALE
Group of cocktail, evening
and day dresses
Originally $29.95 to $39.g5
NOW $10 to $19.98

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THE DLLON SHOPS
on S.U. and off S.U. near the Campus
J69

RITZ
BEAUTY SALON

_______________________ U SED CA RS
1953 NASH. New tires and seat covers.
$200. Call Dave Smith at NO 2-3169
between 6 and 7 or leave message any-
time. N54
1955 CHRYSLER, Windsor-Newport. 2
door, hardtop, all power., Beautiful,
car. See UNVERSITY OLDS ... 907
N. Main. NO 3-0507. N49
FOR SALE: 1951 MG-TD. Rebuilt motor,
new top, new paint, good cond,,
reasonably priced. Steve Bow, NO
2-3169. N52
MUST SELL immediately - Going in
service - '53 Blue Austin-Healey con-
vert., excel. cond., many extras, $1.300.
NO 3-4187-ask for Stu: , N45
FOR SALE CAR '59 S.A.A.B. Gray, like
new, 10,000 miles, 1st owner. Call NO
3-7787, N44
1957 RENAULT Dauphine - good con-
dition. NO 8-7393, after six. N42
IILLMAN 1958 Four-door wagon heat-
er. Like newi HU 2-7140. N1O
FOR GALE
We specialize in good used cars from
$100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES at
544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141. N3
FOR SALE
FROI. BEAUTIFUL private home one'
9x12 wool floral rug by Boxbury, $50,
like new. 10 cu ft. Westinghouse ref.
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

FOR RENT
NEW FURNISHED o APT. Available for
summer. Air conditioned, dish washer,
disposal, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, patio,
parking, near campus and hospital.
Call NO 5-7857. 0123
5813 DEXTER AVE. Two bedrooms, ap-
pliances furnished, $125 per month.
NO 2-6154. C121
HOUSE FOR RENT-Fenced backyard
and fireplace included with a fully
carpeted, gas heated 6 room house.
Inquire at 629 5th Street after 4:00.
C118
SUBLET FOR SUMMER
deluxe apartment, new: modern..
appointments, hi-fi, Beautyrest
double. $115 monthly. NO 2-7533
after 5. C125
1950-35 ft. Detroiter House Trailer.
Available immediately. HU 2-6101.
C126
CLEAN ROOM for Student. For fur-
ther information call NO 2-4049.' C127
FOR RENT-Modern, furnished three
room apartment, close to hospitals.
'NO 3-7001. C122
LARGE CLEAN rooms for men, 1 block
from campus. Linens furnished, rooms
cleaned weekly. Reasonable rates. Re-
mainder of semester. 'summer and
fall. Call Floyd, NO 2-6652 or Rock,
'NO 2-3179. Leave name and phone.
C119
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.
C413
2 RMS. FOR RENT. You take your
choice. Park free in my' driveway.
'Breakfastand 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.
Cill
LARGE ROOM in our house for rent..
Quiet Gentleman. Living and bedroom
furniture. Garage included. Phone
HU 3-1316. C110
STUDY UNDISTURBED
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747. )C3
TRANSPORTATION
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by MERCEDES
Studeboker
tHE WORLD-S ODESt AUIOMOUtE MAgERS'
If you are planning a trip to Europe
this summer and would like to
purchase a Mercedes in Europe, you
should place your order immediate-
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ARCURE MOTOR SALES
617 Detroit Street -Ann Arbor, Mich.
TELEPHONE. NO 3-3309
)G2
Phone NO 2-4786

om einofBek SIAMESE Kittens. Stud service. Call
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Phone NO 8-7066

J5

By CHARLES KOZOLL.
Lebanon's ability to resist Com-

munist propaganda can b' traced
to its distinct democratic orienta-
tion, Elias Kawar observed Thurs-
day during his one-day visit to
&nn Arbor.
Kawar, chief of programming
for the film division of the United
States Information Service in
Beirut maintained that Western
propaganda devices have been
able to successfully counter 75
per cent of the Soviet line. A cer-
tain part of this success can be
attributed to the USIS, he added.
But there is still a great deal
to be done to destroy the false im-
pression that some Lebanese gain
of the United States from books,
and ilovies. The idea that this
country is "racketeer-ridden is
one false notion'- that, must be
cleared up, Kawar explained.
Aided by Visit
"My three-week visit to tlie
United States will enable me to

further my understanding of this
country and communicate it to
my people," Kawar said. Pointing
out that the United States isn't
completely enthralled with the
desire to develop rockets and oth-
er nuclear weapons and is inter-
ested in promoting peace will be
one of my duties when I return to
Lebanon, he added.
"Too often, people assess the
USIS on the basis of demonstra-
tions against the libraries," he
said. The real state of affairs,
though, is shown in USIS records,
which indicate the increased use
of its facilities over a period of
years. -
Discussed Ways
Discussing ways in which the
United States can strengthen its
moral position, Kawar mentioned
an enlargement of the view of
Arab nationalism.
"I personally believe that the
people of this country are not
against Arab unity," Kawar com-
mented.

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 2-3277
J63
EXPERT TYPING. Theses, Papers. NO
8-6157.. J67
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
11081125. University
Only barber in town who is a
trained and licensed Ladies' Hair
Stylist. J17
ON-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SAN FORD'S
Shoe Repairing -- Hat Cleaning
Tailoring - Pressing
Shoe Shining .
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6966
J2

35' FOOT 856' MARLETTE, excellent'
condition, fully equipped, airecon-
ditioned. Call NO 3-2294 after 5. B2
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and modeis
of Foreign and Sport Cars.
Lubrication $1.25
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858
'87
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
}S2
NEW ATLAS TIRES
"Gripsafe" in sets of 4; 4-670x15,
$58.75; 750x14, $74.95; (plus recap-
able tires and tax). Other sizes
comparably low. Tune-ups. Brake
Service.
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
Cor. Main & Catherine NO 8-7717
S3
C-TED STANDARD- SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & gtaranteed. 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

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