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Jniversity students sail to-,
Hoboken, N. J. pier ,fo
aths of study at the Uni-
are Sandra Koss, '60,/and
osenthal, '60, who are par-
,g in the Institute of Euro-
goal of the program is to
an intellectual experience
encompasses the under-
of foreign cultures andj
uit of academic endeavors
gn milieu," Rosenthal ex-
-iginally heard about the
- from a foreign student a
o but has been in, corres-
e with the Institute for a
USED CARS MICHIGAN DAILY
historic, artistic sites, and meeting
the people in all countries are the
experiences I am looking forward
to most of all," Rosenthal said.
Neither University student has
ever traveled abroad before. Miss'
Koss speaks "very poor German"I
but hopes to pick the language up
soon. "I'm going to avoid as many
Americans as possible," she said.
Rosenthal, who speaks no Ger-
man, expects some difficulties at
first but plans to overcome them
"by trial and error."
1956 FORD convertible for sale. Fully
equipped. Two-tone blue. Call NO
3-7055 between 7 and 9 p.m. )N9
1952 FORD V8, 4 drs. New Motor August
1958. Body in good condition, only
$325. NO 2-2100. )N8
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
1954 PONTIAC Chit. Deluxe 4 dr. sed.
Hydramatic R &H. 44,000 miles. $490.
Gall 102 Hayden, 2-4591. )N6
1 .12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 average words to a line.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
Koss gained her interest
friend who went two years
t admitted that she always
to live and study in Europe
rary for the group includesI
lays in London, England,'
.ocking at Southampton on
ry 18. Then they leave for a
Bruges, Belgium, and on to
or four more days.
Koss and Rosenthal will
in Heidelburg, Germany, on
ry 27; Munich the next day;
rg, Austria, the next, and
on March 2.
go on three study tours and
lasts from March 1 to July
s Koss said.
ie University of Vienna, she
ke courses in German, poll-
cience, European literature'
ilosophy. Her major is Eng-
d comparative literature.
nthal, a psychology major,
ve into German, music, his-9
d more psychology.1
ce I'm planning on being
d In Germany thus sumgier
former Michigan graduate:
d Young, '57), this trip has
ignificance," Miss Koss said.
Plans Long Stay .
11 be living in Europe for1
three years and I dare say
anxious to return by then,"
returning to the United
Miss. Koss hopes to do,
te work at Columbia Uni-
ring Rome, because of its
from the oldest dealer
in the city
POINT BLANK-Robert Dekhers, Grad. (second from left), tries
to get his point across in a discussion of T. S. Eliot's "The Cocktail
Party" at Winter Rendezvous.
'57 Volkswagon sedan
'57 Buick Special sedan
'57 Buick Special 2-door
'56 Ford V-8 4-door wagonI
'55 Buick Century 4-door
'55 Ford V-8 2-door,
'55 Buick Special 2-door
'53 Buick Super sedan
'53 Plymouth Suburban
'53 Plymouth sedan
ROOM AND BOARD
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
ROOMS: for both men and graduate
women. Doubles and triples. Ap-
prox. $20 per mo. Must also board
at house. Total cost for room and
board approx. $60 per mo. Contact
Inter coop Council. 2546 SAB 9-12;
2-5 daily, 9-12 Sat. NO 8-6872. )E3
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. )E1
ROOM in Frat. (professional). Two
blocks from campus. All privileges.
NO 3-2600, 5-7 p.m. )E2
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
Complete line of HiFi components
including Kits; complete Service on
radio, phonographs and HiFi equip-
HI Fl STUDIO
1317 South University
1 block east at Campus Theatre
Phone NO 8-7942
Best offer Keyboard Service
WURLITZER 0 SOHMER *,,KIMBALL
ANN ARBOR PIANO CO.
213 E. Washington,.NO 3-3109
RARE violins & String Instrument
repairs, Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin,
Estey, Thomas) New and Used.
508 E. Willie In NO 3-3223
STUCK with a car and no place to
park? Rent a garage one block from
the diag. Phone Monte at NO 8-6377
GOING to Europe. Al arrangements
will be made for the rental or pur-
chase of a European Car overseas.
Reasonable rates. NO 5-7164. )F6
It's sad to say goodbye to
"Our Little Margie"
(Serlin, of course)
TEACHER of singing and speaking.
Class or private. Carol Westerman
NO 8-6584. )F2
"IF I AM NOT for myself, who will
be for me? If I am for myself only,
what am I? If not now-when?" )F
GUITAR LESSONS: Guitars, qualified
instructor call Maddy Music for de-
tails. NO 3-3395. 508 E. Williams. )F1
Give magazine subscriptions! Or-
der now at special student rates.
Ladies Home Journal, 22 months,
$3.85 reg. 1 yr. $3.50. Saturday
Evening Post, 60 wks. $4.79, reg. 1
yr. $6.00. Holiday 14 months, $3.50
reg. 1 yr. $5.00 Phone Student Peri-
odical Agency, NO 2-3061, 9 A.M. to
9 P.M. )F3
FREE-Wall size world newsmap with
each 28 week subscription to TIME
magazine. Total price $1.98. Order
now, pay laterlby phoning Student
Periodical Agency, 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
NO 2-3061. )F4
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords --$
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military s
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washing
KNITTERS REJOICEI Real Impo
Shetland yarn now availabe for
an oz.; 25 colors including heath
RUSSIA-3 week tour next sum
Call NO 3-3883 after 6 p.m.
GOOD MEALS: Frat. five minutes P
Engineering Building. Reason
Any or all meals. Steward NO 3-2
Theses, Essays, Reports, etc. Edit
and Typed at SPECIAL RATE F(
STUDENTS. Joan Coball.,NO 3-
MANY STUDENTS are designing 1
own Valentines and having t
lithographed at the Edwards L
Shop-711 N. University. They
finding the cost moderate.
Much political warfare between
city leaders and state legislatures
is caused by metropolitan areas
being caught in a "legal'strangle-
hold," Prof. William J. Pierce,
Director of the. University Legisla-
tive Research Center, contends.
Metropolitan areas are now
trested as "creatures of the state
and subject to "a mass of restric-
tive legal rules," Prof. Pierce says.j
The outcome is often an appeal
to Washington for help in solving
metropolitan problems, he says.
A possible answer to the prob-
lem: a patterning of state-city re-
lationships more along the lines
2805 E. Michigan
he real drama about the Uni.-
y Press' publishing the ori-
Russian text of 'Dr. Zhiva-
not in the cloak-and-dagger
of how the manuscript was
ed, but in how the book
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confidence in those young
le and in their future, as well
i the educational process it-
sells," Fred D. Wieck, director of
the University of Michigan Press,
He swung his chair around and
pointed to Russian history and
literature books lining the cases
behind his desk..
"Why don't we publish books in
Spanish, German, Italian or
French?" he asked, and then an-
swered his own question: "Be-
cause we don't have the audience.
The number of people in exile
from these countries is almost
"But there are three and one-
half million Russians - a whole
nation - in exile," he continued.
"This is a large part of our audi-
This nation in exile welcomes
its literature in exile, he went on
to explain. That is why the Press
is handling what he described as
a "unique situation," getting or-
ders for "Dr. Zhivago" in the ori-
ginal Russian from tiny book-
stores in 'Podunk." "I
In November of 1958, the Press
anonunced its intention of publi-
cation. There was no advertising
but by the end of December, 4,000
copies were sold.
To date, the first printing of
5,000 copies is depleted and 3,000
orders are waiting on the second
printing of 10,000.
This publication of Boris Pas-
ternak's best-seller involved a fas-
cinating and complicated copy-
right question, Wieck said.
Pasternak's novel is reported to
have been completed during 1953
or the summer of 1954, the period
of the post-Stalin, pre-Hungary
thaw in Russian cultural life.
of. federal-state relationships.
Local government should be free to,
develop solutions to their own
problems, if their action does not
conflict with state laws or is not
"vetoed in effect by action of the
"The legal structure of state gov-
ernment should reflect a basic
policy determination that, in gen-
eral metropolitan area problems
should besolvedby the residents
of each metropolitan area," Prof.
Varying problems and circum-
stances make unsuitable any single
pattern of action developed by the
state for these communities.
Legal restrictions have often
been placed on the communities by,
the state for fear that the local
governmental units would pursue
courses of folly.
"Unrealistic," is Prof, Pierce's
estimate of these fears. He main-
tains that we should have faith
in the electorate to assure that
unwise exercise of local govern-
mental powers will not long per-
sist, if they do occur."
"Only by providing local gov-
ernments greater autonomy will we
be able to foster the experimenta-
tion necessary for finding new
techniques in government organi-
zation and operation.!
He suggested that by legal means,
states should foster the develop-
ment of metropolitan governments
to assume functions basically
metropolitan in nature. A legal
technique, Prof. Pierce suggested,
should be developed so that a ma-
jority vote of the whole area could
create the new government, rather
than relying on majority votes in
each governiental unit in the
Further suggestions by Prof.
Pierce for metropolitan planning:
Local units should be encouraged
to use public nuisance doctrines to
require existing land uses to con-
form with current zoning ordi-
Used Car Lot'
422 East Huron
Open 'til 9
Come in and browse
1939 'LINCOLN Zephyr sedan. Mercury
engine; heater-defroster. Good run-
ning order. $150. NO 3-6421. )N4
1957 FORD Fairlane 500,two-door Vic-
toria, very low mileage, excellent con-
dition. Call NO 5-5503 after 5 p.m. )N1
* Good Trade-in Allowance
Lower Priced Cars
0 A Ford Product
014 models to choose from
* Prices start $1474
* Up to 35 miles per gallon
* Easy Parking and Driving
As close as your phone - the finest
in produce. Bananas 15c lb. Apples.
DeMARCO PRODUCE NO 2-7747
Eddie's Paint Store
White paint........$1.98 per gal.
Colors ............ $2.48 per gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
LADIES BARBER SHOP
110811 S. University
Only barber in town who is a
trained and licensed Ladies' Hair
WE WRITE PAPERS, reports, speeches,
Edit, re-write articles, books. Do re-
search, Library of Congress, U.S.
Agencies. Low cost.
Capital Writers Bureau
Box 1759, Washington D.C.
High turnover means Best Produce
at Lowest Prices. D
DE MARCO PRODUCE
Free Delivery NO 2-7747
"Your" Depression-Proof Business!
Persons selected enjoy up to $300.00
monthly for 7 to 12 hours weekly.
Be your own boss with new type
coin-operated business. No selling.
Full time possibilities. Car, refer-
ences, and $800.00 working capital
necessary. For local interview write
Dept. Q, 4021 Vernon Ave., Minne-
apolis 16, Minn. List qualifications
and phone. )J12
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. )J4
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
US-23 15 miles North of Ann Arbor.
Large lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
STARLIGHT TRAILER COURT
10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7199
MENS rooms available next semester.
617 E. University. Jim Booth, Rm. 10
or call NO 3-7159. )C15
SUBLET February to June: 2 bedroom,
unfurnished except stove and refrig-
erator. Regularly $113.50, now $75.
NO 3-9239. )C10
NICE, quiet room, private bath, linens,
for male graduate student. NO 2-5192
QUIET ranch style one bedroombde-
luxe available now. Also one Feb. 1,
and Feb. 15, unfurnished. Except for
stove and refrigerator. Large living
room, bedroom and kitchen with
Dinette area, tub and shower. Just
off State on Stimson, only $100.00.
phone NO 2-24611 to see. )C8
ROOM FOR RENT-Men students.
Cooking or without cooking. Half
block from campus. 417 E. Liberty.
APT. FOR 'RENT. Utilities and linens
furnished. Hamilton' 6-8134. )C7
CAMPUS-furnished 1 or 2 bedroom
apts. with bath, for 3-4 students.
$100-$150. NO 3-6688. After 6 p)m.
NO 3-8134. )C5
ROOMS. Close to Cimpus. Cooking
privileges, linens, automatic laundry
facilities. As low as $8 per week.
Phone Eve. after 7. HA 2-232; or NO
3-1511, ext. 2558. )C4
Large quiet rooms for men. Near
campus. NO 3-4747. )C3
LARGE, well furnished, single room.
Near campus. NO 3-6039 or HA 6-2321
after 6 p.m. )C2
FURNISHED APTS. for rent for 3 or 4.
Call NO 3-4402. )C12
DOUBLES - 2 blocks from Campus,
Cleaning, parking facilities, refrig.
House phone. Student management.
701 S. Forest. Call Harry Scott, 2-9301.
FOR RENT-New 3 bedroom house in
Southeast Ann Arbor. NO 3-6655. )C13
KNQTTY PINE bedroom and study
either boy or girl. NO 8-6580. )C14
35 FOOT 856 Marlette, excellent c
tion, fully equipped, air condit
Call NO 3-2294 after 5.
1 GRAD Student, wanted to0
apartment for three. 4 room
tractively furnished. Rent $45
month. Call NO 2-5036 after 6
WANTED: One or two grad. girls
share nicely furnished, comforts
apartment, one block from caml
Rent $4. a month. Call NO 3-f
1954 MARLETTE house trailer for s
29 feet. Excellent condition, ideal
2 people. Inquire after 5:30 and we
ends at 48 Brookside PI.; Cou
Estates, W. 8 Mile Rd., Northv:
Furniture for Sale:
A big saving at Osburn Auctio
House at 969 Sweet Road, Ypsilan1
Bed, chests,, dressers, bedroo
suites; chrome breakfast sets; tabl
and coffee tables; rugs; stud
cuches;' chairs, gas stoves, electr
stoves; electric refrigerators; was]
ers and automataic washers. Pr
vate sales at all times. Auction as
Friday night, at 7:00.
Here's your chance to buy a on
year old 3 bedroom ranch home fo
$1,500 down - payments less thai
rent. Large sunny kitchen, ful
basement with rec. room possibili
ties. Large shade trees on lot. Nea
as a pin and only 2 blocks to schoo
You can go wrong only by waitin
too long. Call now.
Don't reach for the aspirin if yo
are having the headache of ren
receipts at the year's end an
the frustration of cramped rente
quarters, let us show you the wa
to comfort and home ownership
Call Office-NO 2-5683 or NO 2-814
Evening NO 3-3964.
GORDON L. LINDLAND-REALTC
FOR SALE: Typewriter for sale, Sm
Corona, 1952 model. Call NO 5-72
Phone NO 3-4197
1956 VW SEDAN
1954 TF MG RDSTR
1957 VOLVO SEDAN
1959 SAAB SEDAN
Klingler Pontiac, Ind.
2500 Jackson Rd. NO 2-3221
A lifetime of guaranteed income
available to a reliable man or wo-
man with vision and ability to act
immediately to service a route of
cigarette machines. This is an all-
cash, no-seasonal business which
requires 5 to 7 hours weekly to
start and could net as high s
$250.00 per month. Will not inter-
fere with present employment. Full
time available to qualified persor
after you have proven your ability
with -our company which could ne1
as high as $20,000 annually. To
qualify you must have a service.
s ablecar,tthe required spare time
a desire to expand to. full time after
learning the business and $1,100
and $2,200 cash immediately avail-
able. If sincerely interested, write
for personal interview giving phone
number and brief outline of back.
ground to Box 8326, Minneapolis
CAMPUS APTS. Snappy 2 and 3 room
all furnished. Close to campus. Call
NO 3-9510 or evenings NO 8-6205. )C16
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WASHING AND IRONING
or ironing separately.
Free pickup and delivery.
NEAR CAMPUS, large suite,.$7 each
for 2, $8 for one. NO 8-9720. )C21
a MEAL JOB
Call NO 3-2600, 5-7 p.m.
ROOM FOR BOY, quiet home, large
closet. Call before 3. Near campus.
Phone NO 5-5428. )C22
In licensed home. Pittsfield a
Phone NO 5-2912.
PETS AND SUPPLIES
MALE SIAMESE kitten for sale, also
stud service. NO 2-9020. )T1
UNDERGRAD needed as 4th roommate
for modern apt, close to campus. NO
SINGLES and doubles ior men. One
block to Union. 509 S. Division. 8-6757.
NEAR CAMPUS 2 bedroom apartment,
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