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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Joint Judiciary Hears Students

(Continued from Page 1)
cited as a further reason by Miss
Mulholland.
The Dean of Women or the Wo-
men's Panel refers,' cases to the
Council which involve women who
have broken all-campus regula-
tions. If the situation involves or
may involve "moral implications"
the Dean of Women in conjunc-
tion with the chairman of Wo-
men's Judic will decide how to
handle ,the case.
They may choose to send it to
Joint Judic or place it on the Wo-
men's Panel docket. "Women are
never tried twice for the same,
violations," Miss Mulhollan em-
phasized.
May Appear Twice
In certain cases which involve
breaking an all-campus rule and
violating a second regulation pe-
culiar to women, an individual is
seen twice.
Cases finally brought to Joint
Judie follow certain procedures
prior to and during the actual
hearing. Before a man or woman
appears; except for violations of
the ,driving code, he gives a sum-
mary of the facts of his case to
a representative of the Council.
Wmen talk to Miss Mulhollan,
who not only obtains a summary
but also explains how Joint Ju-
diciary functions., Men talk to,
Dean Bingley before a date is set
for a student's appearance before.
the Council.
'Peer Group'
When a student or a group goes
before Joint Judic, he is informed
that the, ten members of the
Council sit not only as. a court but
as a "peer group." , This body is
made. ip of students chosen by
former executives of the. Council
and Student Government Council
to serve each for one year.
As members of Joint Judic. they
hear the cases referred, to them,
employing the "counseling tech-
nique." Before questioniing a stu-
dent they palit out to him that:.
the Council."wishes to make a just,
and equitable decision." To do this
they ask an individual to give
them his full cooperation..
From that. point Joint Judic
goes' oyer the prepared summary'
and interviews the student to de-
termine all relevant materiaL
Throughout the hearing the Coun-
cil isn't solely interested in expos-

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ing all facts but understanding
the reasons behind certain action.
This process holds true for all
cases except the majority of the
driving code infractions. The rea-
son for this, Steve Simich, '59E,
former chairman of the Councilj
explained, is that the code is clear
enough so that rules are broken
either through ignorance or de-
liberate planning.
The majority of students who
come before the Council due to
driving questions admit that they
haven't read the code carefully,
Stillwagon commented.
"While all of the students are
given the pamphlet containing the
regulations, many never read it,"
Assistant Dean of Men Karl
Streiff observed. The faul lies in
the fact that they aren't made
aware of .the fact that they are
held responsible for knowing the
rules, he went on to say.
Use Counseling
In other situations the counsel-
ing technique is employed along
with or instead of fines and/or
probation.
Counseling, Stillwagon believes,
can be' most. harmful to students
when members, attempting to
play psychologist, misunderstand,
or miss a point entirely. They can
not only harm the student but are
also liable to lower the prestige of
the Council.
A student who tells a "believ-
able story" can get off with a less-
er penalty. On the other side, a
student who is unwilling to poffit
out his. financial need may be
"socked with a heavy fine" that
he can't afford.
Should Understand
More than. to counsel, the aim
of the group should be to under-
stand the student and attempt to
deal fairly with him.
After reaching a decision the,
Council informs a. student, either
in person or through the mail, of
the Council's verdict. Appeals can,
be; made to the faculty subcom-
mittee on' discipline composed of
Prof. Reed, Prof. Axel Marin of
the mechanical engineering de-
partment and Prof. Joseph E.
Kalleirbach of the political science
department.
The subcommittee r e c e i v e s,
along with the transcript of the
hearing, a one-page letter of ap-

peal from the student. After read-
ing over the data, the subcommit-
tee can decide to reverse a de-
cision, return it to the Council for
further consideration or uphold
the verdict.
Rarely Reverses Council
In practice, Prof. Reed pointed
out, the subcommittee has only
reversed the Council in rare inci-
dents and in few cases returns a
brief for further consideration.
The present system has proved
more equitable to the students
than the practice of allowing the
deans of the schools and colleges
to handle discipline problems,
which occurred before Joint Judic
was formed.
Having an all-campus body to
handle violations reduces the in-
equality of punishments which
existed when different deans could
mete out sentences.
Penalties May Differ
A violator given a ten dollar
fine in the literary college might
be suspended for the same infrac-
tion by the dean of the engineer-
ing college.
Academic infractions are still
handled by the deans and/or fac-
ulties of the various schools who
can also penalize a student after
his case has been heard before the
Council.
The faculty of the Law School
could expel a man who was fined
by the Council if they felt that
that individual's action points out
his inability to be a lawyer. The
same would be true in other
schools depending on the nature
of the violation and the school.
Council Supervises
In other areas of jurisdiction,
the Council acts as the supervisor
of all-campus elections a n d
handles any irregularities which
may occur on count night. They
'also regulate the tapping proce-
dures of the h6noraries.
The judiciary system can also
be a force to innovate needed
changes in the regulations, Prof.1
Reed brought out. Thinking pros-
pectively Joint Judic and the fac-
ulty subcommittee jointly work
out new standards, he went on to
say.
One result this year has been
to redefine the "student quarters"
in which drinking is prohibited.
Joint Judic, along with SGC, is
also investigating modifications in
the driving code.
"Members 'of the Council don't
always agree with the rules they
have to enforce," Stillwagon said.
While they must work to' enforce
them in "as just a means as pos-
sible," they can also think about
desirable revisions.

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
GUY CARI is now accepting applica-
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Days, afternoons, and evening classes.
Forstudent beautician. For more in
formation write or call Ann Arbor
Beauty College, 4567 Washtenaw,
Ypsilanti or NO 5-7500. )C0d
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING: Thesis Term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
J42
Eddie's Paint Store
Colors..............248 per gal.
White paint......... $1.98 per gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
1J15
EXPERT TYPING. Theses, Papers. NO
8-6157. J76
Radio, Phono. T.V.
SERVICE
Fast Dependable Pick Up & Delivery
Ann Arbor Radio and TV
1217 S. University, Phone NO 8-7942.
J61
Shop for
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS.
AND
GOURMET SPECIALTIES
Washington Fish Market
208 E Washington NO 2-2589
J6
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
WE'RE RIGHT near you on Packard
just off State Street. Our hours are
from 7:30 A.M. till 12 Midnight. Stop
at Ralph's on your way to and from
anywhere. We have what you're
looking for.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
J49
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, mqth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. )J4

BUSINESS SERVICES

ON-DAY 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
Free pick-up and delivery
J32
LAWNMOWER SERVICE
Your lawnmower sharpened and re-
conditioned like new. Finest preci-
sion process Free pick-up. NO
3-8949. FF28
USED CARS
1957 LAMBRETTA 150D. Excellent con-
dition, reasonable. Call NO 2-6423.
N83
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
N2
'58 VOLKSWAGEN. Black, red uphol-
stery, white walls, side mirror, excel-
lent condition. $1550. NO 5-5033, N58
FOR SALE
We specialize in good used cars from
$100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES at
544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141. N3
56 OLDS SUPER 88, 4 door. Exceptional
condition, original owner. Also '56
BSA 500 C.C. motorcycle. Leaving for
South America. Call NO 3-7367. N74
'57 CHEVROLET
CONVERTI BLE
Black and white top. Padded dash.,
good condition, low mileage, auto-
matic trans. Radio and heater.
Phone Pinckney UP 8 3-445
N71
'55 NASH RAMBLER, 2-door Sedan;
1 owner, '$645.
University Olds
907 N. Main
'54 SUPER 88 OLDS; 2-door, hard-
top, radio and heater. Power steer- 2
ing and brakes. Low mileage - 1
owner.
N80
University Olds
907 N. Main
N81

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an I
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The,
Michigan' Daily . assumes no edi-i
torial:responsibility. Notices should
be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration,. Build-
ing, before 2 p.m, the day preceding
publication. Notices for Sunday
Daily .due at 2:00 p.m. Friday,
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959'
VOL. LXIX, NO 157'
General Notices
Petifions for membership on tha Lit-
erary College Steering Committee may
be obtainec in 1220 Angell Hall. These
must be returned by 5:00 Tues., May 12.
The Israeli-American Club, in coop-
eration with the International Students
Association, sponsoring " program Sat.,
May 9,' In honor of Israeal's Independ-
ence Day. 8' to 10 p.m., Rackham Am-
phitheater and Assembly Hall. Movies,
folk dance performances, refreshments,
and exhibits.
Lectures
Mathematics-Education lecture; Prof..
Henry Van Eugen of the U. of Wis.,and
a member of the Commission of Mathe-
matics of the College Entrance Exam-
ination Board. Commission's recent re-
port, Rm. 229 A.H. 8:00-10:00 a.m.,
May 9,
Concerts!
The U-M Men's Glee Club 100th an-
nual Spring Concert Sat., evening. May
9, 8:30 -p.m. in Hill Aud. Tickets are
valid until 8:30 p.m. at which time any
unoccupied seats may be taken' by any-,
one..
Student Recital: David McBride, or-
ganist, Hill Auditorium on Sun, May 10,
4:15 p.m., in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Bachelor
of Music.
Academic Notices
Engrg. Mech. Seminar, Mon., May 11,
4:00 p.m., Rm. 353, W. Engrg. Bldg. Dr.
Ralph R. Goodman of U.S. Naval Elec-
tronics laboratory. "A Test of the Ep-
stein Method for Shells." Coffee at 3:30
p.m., Rm. 201, W. Engrg. Bldg.
Doctoral Examination for Robert Gas-
sett Rennels, Forestry; thesis: "The
Natural History of the Zimmerman Pine
Moth (Dioryctria timmermani (Grote),"
Mon., May 11, 4046 Natural Science
Bldg., at 9:00 a.m. Chairman, S. A.
Graham.
Doctoral Examination for Joanne
Iweita Moore, Pharmaeology; thesis:
"The Mechanism of Sensitization of the
Heart to Ventricular Fibrillation by a
Substituted Propiophenone and by
Amarin," Mon., May 11, M6314 Med.
Science Bldg. 10:00 a.m. Chairman,
H. H. Swain.
Doctoral Examination for Russell
Stewart McMillan, Epidemiology; the-
sis: "An Investigation of the Relation-
ship of Human Abnormalities of Struc-
ture. and Function to Abnormalities of
Their Dentition," Mon., May 11, 3072
School of Pubihcia t. h 7:0n nm.

Doctoral Examination for Richard Orr
Anderson, Fisheries; thesis: "The In-
fluence of Season and Temperature on
Growth of the Bluegill, Lepomis. macro-
chirus, Rafinesque," Mon., May. 11, 2124
Nat. Sci. ;Bldg., 2:00 p.m. Chairman,
K. F. Lagler.
Doctoral Examination for Andrew
Cosgarea, Jr., Chem. Engrg.; thesis:
"Some' Thermodynamic Properties of
Uraniun-Bismuth Alloys," Mon., May
11, 3201 E. Engrg. Bldg., 3:00 p.m. Chair-
man, D. V. Ragone.
Doctoral Examination . for Emerson
Hibbard, Zoology; thesis: "Central In-
tegration of Developing 'Optic Nerve
Fibers from .Supernumerary or Abnor-
mally Positioned Eyes of Amphibians,"
Mon., May 11, E. Council Rm., Rack-
ham Bldg., 10:00 a.m. Chairman, N. E.
Kemp.
Doctoral Examination for Ilse Lehiste,
Linguistics: thesis: "An Acoustic-Pho-
netic Study of Internal Open June-
ture," Mon., May 11, 166 Frieze Bldg.,
4:00 p.m. Chairman, G. E. Peterson.
Placement'Notices
Personnel Requests:.
Alco Products, Inc., Schenectady. N.Y.
Welding Development Engr., Metallur-
gist and Metallurgical Engrg., Thermal
Engr., Stress and Vibration Analyst, and
Aerodynamicist.
State of Michigan examinations for:
Procurement Executive, Closing date is
May 13; Highway Designing Engr., clos-
ing date is May 13; Crippled Children
Commission Director, closing date is
May 27.
City of Detroit Civil Service Commis-
sion. Vacancies and examination sched-
ule on file at the Bureau..
American Institute of Laundering,
Joliet, I11. Young, single man to work
as a sales representative. Prefer college
graduate who is willing to spend 90
per cent of his time traveling about the
country.
For further h formation concerning
any of 'the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
Summer Placement:
Information onthe following may be
found at the Summer Placement Serv-
ice:
Camp Conestoga, Mich. Man for dish-
washing .nachine operator.
Rockin R Ranch, Custer, Mich. Men
counselor and a waterfront director.
Hubbard & Co., Chicago, Ill. Summer
trainee program for Mech. Engrs. who
have completed Jr. year.
Trail Blazer Camps, New Jersey.
Dietitian.
Girl Scout. Camp in Lake Tahoe,
Calif. Counselors.
Thurs., May 14:
Home Decorators. Mr. Victor Andrew
will interview interested persons.
Ann Arbor YMCA. Mr. Dittman needs
mature men counselors.
The Summer Placement Service is
open Tues. and Thurs. from 1:00 to 5:00
and Fri. morning from 8:30 to 12:00,
in D528 of the SAB

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1956 FORD, -6-passenger station-
wagon, radio, heater, Fordomatic,
power steering, new tires, $1395.
1956 PONTIAC -- 4-door sedan,
radio, heater, Hydramatic, $995.
1955 DeSOTO -- 4-door sedan, ra-
dio, heater, automatic transmis-
sion, power brakes, power steer-
ing,, $895.
1955 PONTIAC - 4-door sedan, ra-
dio, heater, Hydramatic, $7J5.
1955 PACKARD - "400" hardtop
coupe, radio, heater, automatic
transmission, power brakes and
power steering, $995.
1953 OLDS - 4-door sedan, radio,
heater, Hydramatic, $595.
1953 MERCURY -Hardtop coupe,
$595. r
1953 DODGE - 2-door sedan, $195.
1953 FORD - Fordor $295.
1953 FORD - Station wagon $295.
1952 PONTIAC - 4-door $195.
Klingler
Pontiac

FOR RENT
AIR CONDITIONED furnished apart-
ment for 2 or 4. Available for summer.
Includes dishwasher, disposal, elec-
tric range, refrigerator, carpeting,
drapes, patio, and parking. Near hos-
pital and campus. NO 3-8628. 0179
SUBLET FOR SUMMER: New deluxe
1 bedroom apartment. Complete mod
era furnishings, hi-fi, parking, etc.
$115 monthly. 2-7533. C18
SHARE spacious four-bedroom house a
mile from campus with three other
male students. $80 from June 5th-
Sept. 1st. NO 8-9014 C178
FOR SUMMER: apt. for 2,- bedrm, pri-
vate bath, living rm, dinette, kitchen,
screened balcony, five minute walk to
campus. NO 3-7657 afternoons and
evenings. C175
FOR SUMMER-Furnished Apt. for 2 in
heart of campus. Apt. N. 1, 1309 S. U.
NO 2-3742. 0170
2 ROOM furnished apartment. All utili-
ties except gas for cooking. Married
couple, no children. NO 8-8900. C171
NEWLY remodeled and furnished Apts.
available June 5. Half' block from St.
Joseph's Hosp. For 3 or 4.adults. NO
2-0671. C172
FURNISHED Apt. Summer only or sum-
mer and fall. Monroe, State St. and
Church Streets. For 1 to 4 occupants.
$65-$95. NO 3-2800. C173
CAMPUS HOSPITAL AREA
All furnished, all private, 2 large
rooms and bath. Modern and clean.
$90. Non-smokers preferred. NO 8-
8834. C174
GARAGE available near law school May
through August.Call NO 3-2313 after-
noon or evening. C161
CAMPUS 5, 3 and 2 room furnished
apartments $120, $77, and $58 includ-
ing utilities. NO 3-4322. C1'77
FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 rooms for
summer, tile bath, laundry facilities,
off street parking, near campus. NO
3-3645 after 6. ' C176
SUMMER & FALL: Room for male stu-
dent, suite & double rms. Cooking or
without cooking, half block from
campus. 417 E. Liberty. C169
LOW summer rates: Campus furnished
Apts., also comfortable single rms.,
linens furnished. NO 2-1958 after 5
P.M. and weekends. C168
MODERN refurnished Apt. for four
available this summer, includes air
conditioning, dishwasher, disposal
unit, sun porch, private parking, near
campus and hospital. Call NO 2-5295.
C163
SUMMER: 5 rm. modern furnished Apt.
2 bedrms., tile bath and barbaque and
sun bathing area. Close to campus.
CallNO 3-7750 after 5 P.M. C165
NEW attractive and modern Apt, to sub-
let for summer. 2 bedrm., swimming
pool, air-conditioning, completely fur-
nished. Will sublet at loss. Call NO
5-7498 after 6 P.M. 0166
STARTING JUNE, air-conditioned mod-
ern furnished apt. for 4. One block
from campus and hospital with off-
street parking. Call after 5 P.M. NO
5-6309. C160
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
TOYOPETE
DEALERS
Come in for a demonstration ride
at
Michigan European Car Corp.
313 S. Ashley 88
TIRE SALE
Good prices for used tires on
trade-ins. Complete Tune-up Serv-
ice available.
GOLDEN'S SERVICE STATION
801 Packard NO 8-9429
184
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 expectdmore from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
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WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
132

FOR RENT
SUMMER APTS, close to campus and
St. Joseph's Hospital. One furnished,
one unfurnished. Phone days NO 2-
6701 and nights' NO 3-8172. C159
SWIMMING POOL
Five room apt., furnished, com-
pletely modern. Sublet for summer,
Call after 5 P.M. NO 3-7002. 0151
FOUR GRAD MEN, 3 bedrooms, fur-
nished house, 2 car garage. Eastside
residential area. Available in June,
NO 2-7395. Call after 5 P.M. 139
STUDY UNDISTURBED
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747 )C3
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.
Cll
LARGE ROOM in our house for rent.
Quiet Gentleman. Living and bedroom
furniture. Garage included. Phone
HU 3-1316. 0110
815 PACKARD: Desirable 5 room apart-
ment for summer and/or fall. NO 2-
8361. .C162
3 ROOM PRIVATE bath available June
1st, 2-2-room private bath, 1-2-room
with bath to sublet for summer.
Campus location. Phone NO 2-8611 or
8-8253. . C138
FOR SUMMER: Large nicely furnished
house, 4 bedrooms, automatic washer,
dryer. Garage. Very reasonable. NO
3-7687, .150
UNFURNISHED living rm., bedrm. and
kitchen; private bath and entrance.
$85 a month. Call NO2-3057. C154
TRAILER SPACE
AVAILABLE
US-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor.
Large lots, reasonable rates,
pleasant surroundings.
STARLIGHT TRAILER COURT
10175 Bishop Rd. AC 7-7191
Cl1
INEXPENSIVE summer rooms at Trigon
Fraternity, Quiet study atmosphere.
NO 3-5806. C152
FOR SALE
EVERGREENS - Wholesale to Univ.
employees by a Univ. employee.
Spreading Junipres 2-3 ft. $3.89
Pyramidal Arborvitae 6-8 ft. $4.89
Also yews, pine, spruce, hemlock, etc.
Call M. Lee at NO 8-8574. B47
TAPE RECORDER Recordio 5A. Like
new, extension speaker. NO 5-7965.
B66
WINTER COAT, god condition. Call
NO 3-7541, ext. 243 after 5:30 P.M.
B66
HOUSE: 3 bedrms, basement, carport.
Occupancy June 5. Walking distance
to Wines Elementary, Junior High.
Appraisal $16,750. Owner, NO 3-2512.
B65
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER. Perfect con-
dition. List price new, $465. Will sell
for less than ',. Call NO 2-2763 any
night from 5:30 ;to. 7:0. B60
FLOOR-LENGTH wedding gown, size 8.
NO 3-6546 after 5. B52
35 FOOT 856 Marlette, excellent con-
dition fully equipped, air condi-
tioned. Call NO 3-2294'after S. B2
UPRIGHT Kingsbury piano. $50. Call
NO 2-4084 after 5:30 p.m. B48
SIAMESE Kittens. Stud service. Call
NO 2-9020. B23
HELP WANTED
ARTS AND CRAFTS Counselor - Wis-
consin boys' camp. July 2nd to August
19. Must be 22 or lder. Phone or
write Dr. Don C. Broadbridge. 42
Edgemere Rd. Grosse Point Farms 36,
Mich. TUxedo 5-0346. H37
PART TIME SALESMAN, tremendously
successful product, job may continue
full or part time throughout summer.
Must have 3 to 4 hrs. per day free, car
required. Write Box H28, Michigan
Daily for interview. H28
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST II-$5667-
$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
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GRADUATING?
Your last chance to get, student
rates for FORTUNE, LIFE, TIME,
SPORTS ILLUS., and NEWSWEEK.
Don't be sorry - phone.your order
to NO 2-3061. FF33
To remember your mother
MISS DILLON suggests
Basila brunchie - crease-resistant
and won't shring more than 2%.
Lilac < orange or natural. Sizes
$6.95 and up,
THE ELIZABETHnDILLON SHOP
1111.5S. University
On Forest Off S.U.
FF34
KNITTERS REJOICE I
Real imported Shetland yarn now
available for 65c an oz.- 25 colors
including heathers. NO 3-9877. FF7
GUITAR LESSONS:
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.
FF1
REALL ESTATE
FOR 36 YEARS
We have served the Faculty, Staff
and Students of the University of
Michigan in the field of Real Es-
tate and General Insurance. May
we serve you?

ENGLISH GRADUATE STUDENTt
job for summer in Ann Arbor.
able June 8, any work. NO 8-'
NO 2-9890 6-7 p.m.

wis
Av

CAMERA BUGS: Wanted: photographs
of Garden Boot hat Spring Weekend
Dance. Phone NO 2-3191. F288
WANTED-Two men to share comfort-
able modern apt. for summer. Close
to campus. Will meet reasonable
terms. NO 8-8637. F286
ROOMMATE wanted. 2 or 3 man Apt.
for Fall. NO 3-7541, Ext. 838. F285
TYPING: Thesis,, Term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
F42
PORTRAITS SKETCHED at Cousin's
Store, 309 S. State, Tues. only. F43
INVESTIGATIVE WORK: All types in-
formation provided or developed on
strictly confidential Viads. NO 3-7455.
P154
PORTRAITS Sketched at Cousin's Store,
309 S. State. Tues. only. F43

ilitiation gift?
Patt
F255

F. A. Sargeant Co.

REALTORS
401 E. Liberty St.

INSURERS
NO 2-3259

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ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND/OR BOARD for the summer
at 1391 Cambridge Rd. at very reason-
able summer rates. Call the house
manager at NO 2-8312 or NO 8-6004
E18

TRANSPORTATION

Now you can enjoy Yardley After Shaving Lotion,
famous for crisp, cool Scent and nick-healing touch,
in the new Jetstream pressurized container.

2500 Jackson Rd.

NO 2-3221

No cap to lose, no bottle to break. Just press the
top for right amount. Won't spill or evaporate.
Jetstream gives you quality and convenience. Try
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YARDLEY After Shaving Lotion
New Jetstream
and other

SEPT. 1959 Faculty family desire 5 or
more rooms furnished or unfurnished.
Call NO 5-5641 or contact Box L. LS
REQUIRED September 1, 1959 for a
year, two bedroom, unfurnished heat-
ed lower duplex or bungalow near
main campus. Outside playing space
for children. Write BB18 Mich. Daily.
L4
WANTED - modern furnished apart-
ment on campus. Contact NO 3-6520.
0117

Rent A Car
314 E. Washington St.
NO 3-4156
Fords And Other Fine Cars
Rented by Hour, Day, or Week
WEEKEND SPECIAL RATE
from Friday 5 P.M. till
Monday 9 A.M.
$10.00 plus $.08 per mile
Gas, oil and insurance included
)GI

BRIGHTON
126 W. Grand River

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