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(Continued from Page 4) e
part of the Student Government Coun-
ce plan and it is recommended that it
be maintained.
2) The Council finds there is no bet-
ter alternative to the present Board as
a check upon Student Government
Council action.
3) The Council recommends that the1
com'osition of the Board be changed1
to the following: Vice-President for1
Student Affairs, three faculty mem-
bers, the majority of whom should not
be administrative personnel, president
of Student Government Council, and1
two other students.1
4) The Council recommends that the
1 jurisdiction of the Board be interpreted3
as strictly as possible under the Stu-
dent Government Council plan.
5) The Council finds that th Stu-
dent Government Council succeed'ed to
all of the powers of the former Com-
mittee on Student Affairs and Student
{ Legislature and recommends that its
° jurisdiction be deemed to extend to all
matters which were or would have been
"'under the cognizance of these two
bodies.
de6) The Council recommends that the
terms "administrative practice" and
;"administrative policy" be deleted from
the Council Plan.
7) The Council recommends that the
Board continue to be subject to call at
the request of one member, but furth-
er recommends that the call be issued1
by the chairman of the Board after
:consultation with the member request-
ing the meeting.
8) The Council recommends that the
rule which requires the Board to de-
cide whether to review a Student Gov-
ernment Council action within four
days be maintained, but that provision1
be made in case of extenuating circum-
stances for an extension of this period.
9) The Council recommends that a
student organization or other interest-
ed body appearing before the Board in
connection with a decision of the SGC
be required to submit a written state-"
ment of its position in addition to the
presentation of oral comments when
called upon. Suficient copies of the
statement should be available so that
each member of the Board may be sup-
plied with one in advance of the meet-
ing.
10) The Council recommens that the'
student organization or other interest-
ed body appealing a decision of the SGC
be required to cite specific violations of
jurisdiction or Regental policy in their
written statement and in oral presen-
tation to the Board.
11) The Council recommends that the
present practice of holding open meet-,
ings of the Board be continued.
12) The Council recommends that the
chairman of the Board at th begin-
ning of each meeting read from the
SGC plan those portions dealing with
the purpose, composition, jurisdiction
of the Board without comment.
13) The Counoil recommends that the
Board submit itself to stricter control
by the chairman in its meetings
through the fuller utilization of par-
liamentary procedure.
14) The Council recommends that the
SOC president be represented by a sub-
stitute when he is unable to attend a
meeting of the Board.
15) The Council recommends that
the Board execute a written statement
in each case brought before it in which
it states why the SGC has been over-
ruled, why a stay-of-action has, been
removed, or why action has been de-
ferred. The subcommittee further ree-
ommends that the Board limit itself
to issuing such a statement and that
It not transmit resolutions to SGC sug-
gesting procedural changes or passing
on advice. Where such resolutions are
communicated to SGC they should
have no binding effect.
Approved policy change for Cinema
GuildBoard to permit institution of
a loan policy to student organizations.
Loans will be considered only in cases
of special merit arising out of inter-
views with student organizations peti-
tioing for grants from profits of
showings, where, under the Board's cri-
teria, a prject is ineligible for a grant.
The plan was approved subject to re-
view early in the fall semester.
Heard report from Doris Esch on her
experiences as a student at the Free
University of Berlin under the Coun-
cil's exchange program.
Approved the following activities:
March 12, 13, 14: Gilbert and Sullivan
"Pirates of Penzance" and "Richly Re-
warded," Lydia Mendelssohp.
February 21: India Student Associa-
tion, documentary films, Rackham Am-
phitheater.
March 14: IHC-Assembly Association,
spring show, "Kingston Trio," and Jazz
Combo, Hill Auditorium.
April 26: Lutheran Student Associa-
tion, program, Hill Auditorium, 4 p.m.,
speaker, Dr. Hans Lilje, Bishop of Han-
over, Germany.
Approved assignment of 1 o'clock clos-
ing hour for student-sponsored activi-
ties scheduled on March 14.
Approved "Willopolitan" project un-
der sponsorship of the Student Activi-
ties Committee, SGC, to provide bus
service to Willow Run and Metropoli-
tan airports on March 27, 1959.
Reviewed mail solicitation of funds
by church studeit groups in behalf

of the NAACP Legal Defense and Edu-
cational Fund. Requested that Auditor
of Student Organizations establish a
special- account for the proceeds.

of B-Hydroxy-B-methylglutaryI CoA.
Place: M6423 Medical Science Bldg.
Time: Fri., Feb. 20 at 4:00 p.m.
Make-up final exam for Botany I
scheduled for Tues., Feb. 24 at 7:00-p.m.
in Rm. 2004 Nat. Sci.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar, Fri.,
Feb. 20, 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 307 W. Engrg.
Bldg. Prof. J. W., Craggs of the Applied
Mathematics Division at Brown Uni-
versity, will speak on "Plastic Waves."
Coffee will be served at 3:30 p.m. in
Rm 201~ W. Engrg. Bldg.
Psychology Colloquium: "The Prob-
lem of Using Computers in the Realm
of the Inexact, Poorly Defined and
Partially Formulated." Dr. Bradford
Dunham, IBM Research Center, Fri.,
Feb. 20, 4:15 p.m., Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Economics Club: Prof. Douglass C.
North, Univ. of Washington will speak
on "The Economic Growth of the
United States, 1815-60", Fri., Feb. 20,
at 8:00 p.m., Rackham Amphitheater.
All staff members and graduate stu-
dents in Economics and Business Ad-
ministration are especially urged to at-
tend.
The Views of a Little Rock Citizen,
presented by Ernest Green, MSU stu-
dent from Little Rock, Arkansas, will
be the subject of the informal discus-
sion for any interested students at
the Office of Religious Affairs coffee
hour, 4:15 p.m., Fri., Feb. 20, Lane Hall.
English 222: Proseminar in Creative
Writing will meet as scheduled.
Doctoral Examination for Justo Her-
nandez-Mora, Pharmaceutical Chemis-
try; thesis: "Derivatives of 1,5-Diazacy-
clooctane," Fri., Feb. 20, 525 Chemistry
Bldg., 1:30 p.m. Chairman, F. F. Blicke.
Placement Notices
Summer Interviews:
Camp White Pine, on Lake Placid, has
positions for cabin counselors, dramat-
Les counselors, watrskiing instructor,
sailing instructor, canoe trippers. There
are positions for married couples.
Camp Lawrence Cory, New York State,
has several staff positions open, in-
cluding cabin counselors village head
cluding cabin cqunselors, village head
craft director, nature lore director, pro-
gram director, photographer, water-
front director, trips and hikes direc-
tor, canoe trip.
Sat., Feb. 21:
Camp Sherwood, Lapeer, Mich., has
positions for unit leader, counselors,
waterfront, cook's helper, and regis-
tered nurse.
Camp Pemigew.assett Wentworth,
N.H., will interview men for cabin
counselors, waterfront, water skiing,
trippers, riflery, arts and crafts. 8:30
to noon.
Joy Camps at Hazelhurst, Wis., ,will
interview women for counselor's jobs in
girls camp. Also looking for a male
handyman and 2 girls for kitchen work.
8:30 to noon.
For further information concerning
Summer Placement, contact Ward D.
Peterson, D-582 SAB, on Tues. and
Thurs I-5 p.m., and Fri., 8:30-12.
Engineering Interviews:
For any information or an appoint-
ment for an interview for the follow-
ing engrg. companies, contact the
Engrg. Placement Ofc. 347 W. Engrg.,
Ext. 212.
Mon., Feb. 23:
Chrysler Corp. B.S.: Aero., Ch.E.,
Civil, Eec., E.M., E. Phys, Mech. and
Met, Chem., Physics and Math. M.S.:
Aero., Ch.E; Civil, Elec., E.M., Instr.,
Mech., Met., Chem., Physics, and Math.
Ph.D.: Aero., C.E., Elec., E.M., Instr.,
Mech., Met., Chem., Physics and Math,
Male only. U.S. citizenship required for
positions with Missile Div.-Defense
Engrg. Will also interview on Feb. 24.
Jefferson Chemical Co., Inc., Houston,
Texas, requirements not yet received-
please check with Engrg. Placement Of-
fice.
New York Central System, all divi-
sions. B.S.: Civil, Elec., Ind., and Bus.
Ad. (Acc't. majors). Must be male U.S.
citizen.-
Shell Oil Co. B.S. and MS.: Ch.E.,
Mech. and Met. Also interviewing Feb.
24.
Shell Chemical Corp. B.S. and M.S.:
Ch.E., Mech. and Elec.
Shell Development Co. B.S.: Engrg.
Sci. M.S.: Ch.E. E.M. and Mech. Ph.D.:
E.M,'and Mech. Also interviewing Feb.
24.
Space Technology Labs, Inc., Los An-
geles, Calif. M.S. and Ph.D.: Aero., Elec.,
E.M., Instr.,' Mech. and Nuclear. Also
summer. Must be U.S. citizen.
Stauffer Chemical Co., all divisions
(a.m. only), B.S., M.S. and Ph.D.: Ch.E.
Must be male U.S. citizen.
United Aircraft Corp., E. Hartford,
Conn. B.S., M.S. and Ph.D.: Aero.,
Mech., Met., Nuclear, E.M., E. Phys.
and Met. Missiles and Space Systems.
M.S.: Aero., Elec., Mech. and Physics.
Must be U.S. citizen.
Vanadium-Alloys Steel Co. B.S.:
Mat'Is., and Met. M.S.: Mat's. and Met.
Ph.D: Met.-
Tues., Feb. 24:
Allen-Bradley Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
B.S. and M.S.: Ch.E., Elec., Mech. and
Met. Must be U.S. citizen. (p.m. only.)
American Air Filter Co., various loca-
tion; B.S.: Civil, Elec., Ind., and Mech.

Must be U.S. male citizen. -
Diamond Gardner Corp., Ohio. B.S.
and M.S.: Elec. and Mech. Must be
male U.S. citizen. Please schedule ap-
pointments through the Bus. Ad. Place-
ment Office, 220 Bus. Ad. Bldg., Ext.
3197.
W. R. Grace & Co., Cambridge, Mass.
(p.m. only), B.S. and M.S.: Ch.E., Ind.,
and Mech. Male only.
The M. W. Kellogg Co., N.Y. and N.J.
B.S. and M.S.: Ch.E., Civil and Mech.
Ph.D.: Ch.E. and Mech.
Std. Oil Co. of New Jersey, Tulsa,
Okla. M.S. and Ph.D.: Ch.E.
Personnel Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments. For further information or an
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FOR RENT
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. 056
SINGLE or ouble for male student.
One block m 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
MALE STUDENT WANTED to share 4-
man apartment near campus. NO 3-
9443. C53
SORORITIES with not enough room
that want to grow. Very large annex
close to campus for long-term lease.
Available Sept. 1, 59. May be seen by
appointment. NO 2-6156. C54
SINGLE ROOM with fireplace. On For-
est. $25 a month. NO 3-2800. C5
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 BLOCKS to campus suite of 2 rooms
'for one man-telephone extension.
$10 per week, linen service. NO 2-1807.
C41
SINGLE ROOMS for men, attractive.
Linens & cleaning. As low as $6 wk.
NO 3-6039, call after 6 P.M. C31
COOKING FACILITIES-double room,
men. Rent includes TV, linens, auto-
matic laundry, parking. HA 6-2321.
Call after 6 P.M. C32
SINGLES and doubles for men. One
block to Union. 509 S. Division. 8-6757.
)C25
LGE. APTS. for rent. Very reasonable
Call 3-4402. 36
APT. FOR RENT. Utilities and linens
furnished. Hamilton 6-8134. )C7
STUDY UNDISTURBED.
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747. )C3
LARGE, well furnished, single room.
Near campus. NO 3-6039 ar HA 6-2321
after 6 p.m. )C2
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
TWO furnished apartments. 3 rooms,
bath with shower. Ideal for 2 or more
boys, 5 minutes walk from campus.
316 E.'Madison. NO 8-6574. C23
STUDENT ROOMS for rent, % block
from campus, Several rooms and
suites to select from. Reasonable
rates. Phone NO 8-7942. 1218 Wash-
tenaw. )C29
NEAR CAMPUS 2 bedroom apartment,
unfurnished, except for stove and
refrigerator, newly decorated, off
street parking, large yard. Phone 2NO
3-5098. )C24
CAMPUS AREA - 3 clean convenient
rooms, private bath, unfurnihed ex-
cept stove, basement privileges. NO
8-6529. )C26
PERSONAL
FREE wall map with every 28 week
subscription to Time magazine. $1.98.
Phone Student Periodical Agency,
NO 2-3061, 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. P33
The New Philosopher:
Man may live without books-
What is knowledge but grieving?
He may live without hope-
What is hope but deceiving?
He may live without love-
What is passion but pining?
But where is the man
Who can live without dining?
P34
A Testimonial
As a result of the Classified Adver-
tisement which appeared in The
Michigan Daily on Feb. 18, I pur-
chased a 6 month old beagle puppy,
The claim that the Pup was House-
broken is debateable, but he is a
Male as advertised and that is of
primary importance considering the
University regulations for Females
boarding in Apartments. - Ted
Cohn. P35
LOST-Size 522 boot. Please return to
Paul Bunyan before Feb. 28. F31
SEE YOUR Ensian Sales Representa-
tive and order your "All-American"
Yearbook. The price rise is coming
so hurry and buy your ENSIAN today.
F97
TEACHER of singing and speaking.
Class or private. Carol Westerman
NO 8-6584. )F2

II

FOR SALE-Burgundy red velveteen
princess dress and white Jonathan
Logan sheath. Size 7. Both worn only
once. Also orange and black tweed
dlutch bag, brand new. Call NO 3-
7541; ext. 502 after 8 P.M. Ask for
Mae Ruth Kimmel. F28
WONDERING where to eat during
Lent? We serve eggs any style, all day.
Also serving oyster stew every Friday
New England style. Lumbard's, 1225
S. University. P30
BEFORE YOU BUY a class ring look at
the official Michigan ring.
Burr Patterson & Auld Co.
1209 S. University, NO 8-8887
P27
GUITAR LESSONS: Guitars, qualified
instructor call Maddy Music for de-
tails. NO 3-3395. 508 E. Williams. )Fl
KNITTERS REJOICE! Real Imported
Shetland yarn now available for 65c
an oz; 25 colors including leathers. NO
3-0877. P14
Phone NO 2-4786
for Classified Advertising
BUSINESS SERVICES
"Happy Friday ! "
Everything set for tonight's little
party or tomorrow night's blast?
Well, if not, you'd better stop in
p.d.q. Our shelves are loaded with
goodies!
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
J36
CHOOSE SEVERAL from our
large selection of sweaters
in fur blends, orlons, and
wools. Bulkies and fine

CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Old style wide lapel single-breasted
coat into a new style narrow lapel
model. $11. Write to MichaelsTailor-
ing Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WO 3-5777. )P2
JOHN'S TAILOR SHOP
"The Clothing Stores' Tailor"
Alterations for Men and Women.
Pressing While You Wait
1181 E. Washington NO 2-4617
(above Conlin and Wetherbee
Clothing Store)
)P1

FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Electric IBM Typewriter.
Like new. Owner must sacrifice. Call
NO 3-3136. B12
35 FOQT 856 MARLETTE, excellent
condition, fully equipped, air con-
ditioned. Call NO 3-2294 after 5. B2
FUN! FUN! FUN!
Toboggan, 7 feet long, $10.
NO 3-6551
B100
T ANSPORTATION

PROFESSIONAL STENOGRAPHER
Theses, Essays, Reports, etc. Editec
and Typed at SPECIAL RATE FOY
STUDENTS. Joan Coball. NO 3-69
GOOD MEALS: Frat. five minutes fr
Engineering Building. Reasonal
Any or all meals. Steward NO 3-2G

Room Phones
Free TV
2805 E. Michigan -

HEu

St.

I

MALE SIAMESE kitten for sale,a
stud service. NO 2-9020.

Fords And Other Fine Cars
also Rented by Hour, Day, or Week
)Tl

ARE NOW IN STOCK

1317 S. University
1 block east
at Campus Theatre
Phone NO 8-7942
X6
FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY. Com-
plete service on Phonographs and
radios. Stereo conversions. Reasonable
prices. Duraco, NO 3-6185. X6
Complete line of HiFi components
including Kits; complete Service on
radio, phonographs and HiFi equip-
ments.

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
NEW TIRE SALE
4 - 670 x 15 ................$59.95
4 - 710 x 15 ................$71.95
4 - 760 x 15 ................ $79.95
Plus tax and recappable.
Other size tires also on sale.
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
Cor. Main and Catherine NO 8-7717
S3
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sport Cars.
Lubrication $1.25

knits - oll
in our close
from 2.98

colors and sizes
out group priced
to 8.98 at the
Dillon Campus
1 5 . University.
J35

)X2
PIANO$-- ORGANS
Best offer Keyboard Service
WURLITZER * SOTIMER * KIMBALL
Dealer
ANN ARBOR PIANO CO.
213 E. Washington, NO 3-3109
)X3

PARTIES?
Order
CIDER AND SPUDNUTS
NOW!
WE DELIVER
University Spudnut Shoppe
1205% S. University
NO 2-7727
J10

. I

at the
LIBERTY
MUSIC SHOPS

New! Bernstein and the
N.Y. Philharmonic
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4
Regularly $4.98 --
This Week $3.89

PAPERS EDITED and Typed. Quick
service. Spelling, punctuation need
correction? NO 8-6276. J30
DISSERTATIONS multilithed, ques-
tionnaires lithographed by Edwards
Letter Shop, 711 N. University. Clean
cut and economical. J25
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 8-6966
)J2
WASHING AND IRONING
or ironing separately)'
Free pickup and delivery.
NO 2-9020
)J16
SHOES dyed any color, nylon lifts
for those little heels. Same day
heel service (on request). Invisible
half soling.

New! Sinatra Sings -
"Love is a Kick"
Regularly $3.98 --
This Week $2.89

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 use 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
ROOM AND BOARD
1 NICE ROOM for student or working
man. Quiet street. Private home.
Linens furnished, reasonable rent.
Phone NO 2-6540 any time. Ell
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
BOARDERS WANTED: Male students
for second semester. Call NO 2-8312 at
1319 Cambridge Road, ask house man-
ager for details about excellent meals
at reasonable prices. )E4
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 Dean Nelson. )El
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
HEL.P WANTED
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

WEEKEND SPECIAL RATE
from Friday 5 P.M. till
Monday 9 A.M.
$10.00 plus $.08 per mile
Gas, oil and insurance included
)Gl
REAL ESTATE
Expansive-Not Expensive
Here's your chance to buy a one
year old 3 bedroom ranch home for
$1,500 down - payments iess than
rent. Large sunny kitchen, full
basement with res. room possibili-
ties. Large shade trees on lot. Neat
as a pin and only 2 blocks to school.
You can go wrong only by waiting
too long. Call now.
Don't reach for the aspirin if you
are having the headache of rent
receipts at the year's end and
the frustration of cramped rented
quarters, let us show you the way
to comfort and home ownership.
Call Office-NO 2-5683 or NO 2-8149
Evening NO 3-3964.
GORDON L. LINDLAND-REALTOR
R1
A PRIVATE DRIVE lined with graceful
weeping willows beside a spring-fed
swimming pond leads you to the front
door of ,this new commodious Early
American style home. The entry walls
accommodate the many books and
bric-a-brac and the really big living
room has an adjoining conservatory
stocked with growing plants and vines.
A full size dining room will put back
the fun in entertaining as will the
big cozy paneled kitchen. Approx. 2
secluded idyllic acres inside city. Only
$28,000. NO 3-0148. )R1i
USED CARS
1937 FORD FOR SALE - motor in
excellent condition. Call NO 5-3501.
N16
1957 HILLMAN MINX, attractive two
tone, four-door sedan, white walls,
low mileage, excellent condition, 35
miles per gallon, $1,195. NO 2-7358.
N7
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N2

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
GUY CARI is now accepting applii
tions in his newest beauty colleg
Days, afternoons, and evening class
For student beautician. For more i
formation write or call Ann Anb
Beauty College, 4567 Washtenal
Ypsilanti or NO 5-7500.)C
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military su
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washingto
USED CARS

1953 Pontiac
Catalina Coupe
$445
1953 Studebaker
Starlight Coupe
$345
1952 Buick
Hardtop Coupe
$295
1952 Ford
Tudor Sedan
$295
1952 DeSoto
4-Door Sedan
$195
1952 Pontiac
4-Door Sedan
$195

Transportation Specials

: 1

THIS WEEK SAVE

- CAMPUS -
,211 S. State
NO 8-901$

$1.09 THIS WEEK
- DOWNTOWN -
205 E. Liberty St.
NO 2-0675

X5
RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs, Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin,
Estey. Thomas) New and Used.
Terms.

1959 TR3 Triumph . . delivered with
heater! Radio! Wire wheels! White
side wall tires!
$2595
1955 MG TF Roadster
$1295
1956 VW Sedan
$1195
1957 Volvo Sedan
$1595
MICHIGAN EUROPEAN CAR
CORPORATION
303 S. Ashley
N14
KAISER DELUXE sedan; '53, garaged,
$295. Call NO 5-1481. N15
HILLMAN 1958 Four-door }wagon heat-
er. Like new. HU 2-7140. N10
1957 FORD Fairlane 500,two-door Vic-
toria, very low mileage, excellent con-
dition. Call NO 5-5503 after 5 p.m. )N1

1951
1/2-Ton

Studebaker
Pickup Truck
$295

1951 Ford
Tudor Sedan
$135

WANTED
MALE WANTED to share snall apart-
ment with two Juniors. NO 3-7228.
BB3
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
WANTED-BOARDERS. Excellent food
Mon. through Sat. 6 dinners $8185 per
week, 6 lunches $4.35 per week. 12
meals per week $12.60. Contact Mrs.
Griffee, Tappan International House,
724 Tappan, NO 5-5703. BBS

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University Lecture in Journalism:
Mr. Samuel Lubbell, director, Opinion
Reporting Workshop, and adjunct pro-
fessor, Columbia University, will lec-
ture Fri., Feb. 20, at 3 p.m. in Aud. A,
Angell Hall. Topic: "The Human Side
of Interpretative Reporting."
Concerts
Student Recital John Alexander, who
studies trumpet with Clifford Lillya,
will present a recital in lieu of a thesis
for the degree of Master of Music in
Aud. A, Angell Hall, Fri., Feb. 20, at
8:30. He will be assisted by Karen Mc-
Cann, pianist, and has included on his
program compositions by J. S. Bach,
Torelli, Haydn, Hindemith, and Em-
manuel. The recital will be open to the
general public.
Academic Notices
Biological Chemistry Colloquium:
Speaker: Dr. Harry Rudney, ept. of
Biological Chemistry, Western Reserve
University, Cleveland, Ohio, Topic: Stu-
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Andy Anderson
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