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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Bookstore.

All over

Ssoon discover the resources
of the mid-west's largest and
hall's Book Shop at 211 South
ine Hall.

res favorably with
ston, and Chicago.

the est book

campus
you.ll ind.
students
in ,thenow
readTH
DETROIT"
Tht4WIt eS
...,.because it

.MORE

b6OKS- more individual titles from which to
ion any other' store in middle-USA.
BOOKS - a carefully-selected and discriminat-
of the good and grea~t books of this and all the past
of publishing, representing most fields of man's
)r knowledge and self-expression.

KEY ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL-Supervisionl of all Univers
and two ex-offlio members, University President Harlan Hatcher
Standing_ (left to right) are Vice-President. for Student Affairs' Ja
wVice-president William Stsirton, SuperintenRdent Lynn M. B~artlett
of Business and Finance Wilbur Pierpont, Recent Eugene Power, S
(left toi right) are Regents Leland Doan and Roscoe Bonisteel, Pres

of the

--at Bob Morhall's you'll find one
of quality paper-backs anywhere
iof low-priced paper -books.
here is Qlways a sale at Bob Mar-
:is of considerable proportions (as
rQI thousand different titles on sale
a tables are loadedwith the cream
'fferings of publisher's overstocks
rked way down. The sale tables at
rp id ly w ith new stock a d d ed everyorS u h W l is a g d u ed b k .
in a shop. All the used iles at Bob
-priced. The original price is listed
-print that information is furnished

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has MORE
NEWS than

Eleeted, Regents''_I
By~ JAN KATZ demie area originate wit
*General supervision and control various schools and colle
of all University policy, and ex- are referred to the presid
penditures of funds is done by~ the the Regents by the dean
eight popularly elected Regents.. unit,
The Regents are chosen -twa Handles Instructional Pro
at a time-in the spring state elec- Vice-President and U
tions for eight-year terms. In the Faculties Marvin' L. Nie
case of resignation or death of one responsible_ for. all instr
of the members the Governor a$ and, research programs an
points a substitute for the re- University's chief officer
mainder of the term. - absence of the president.
The " Regents currently include Assistant Dean ofI
Roscoe 0. Bonisteel of Ann Arbor, Robert Williams Works
Leland I. Doan of Midland, Otto E. with Niehuss in the area
Eckert of Lansing, Charles S. Ken- get adiministration ofi
nedy of. Detroit, Eugene B. Power and research units.
of Ann' Arbor, Carl Brablee of Vice-President in eli
Rosenville Irene E. Murphy 'of. Business and Finance W:
Birmingham and Donald Thurber Pierpont directs all the
of Grosse Pointe. . and financial affairs of t
Ex-Officio Members_ versity including plant ex
Ex-officio members are President and maintenance. Prob]
Harlan Hatcher and Lynni' M non-academic personnel
Bartlett, State Superintendent of his responsibility. 'John M
Public Instruction.. assistant to Pierpont, aids
The authority of the Regents is ning the University's build
conferred to them by, the ,State gram~s.
Constitution. 'The .Regents _ also Coordinates Student Al
have the power to elect a president Coordinations. of all stu(
of the University which they* have fairs outside the academic
done eight times to date, the responsibility of Vic
The day to day activities of the dent for Student AffairsJ
University are conducted by Pres- Lewis.
ident Hatcher and his executive Offices of Dean of Men
officers although final approval on 'B. Rea and Dean of Wom,
all matters rests with the Regents. orah Bacon come within tl
'All recommendations in the, aca- Also under Lewis' office

sill
ithin the
fges~ ands i
'ent and. +
iof each
romeams
Dean of
iehuss is
,rctional
rid is the ?
rin the~
Faculties
sclosely'
iof bud-
teaching.
large of.
rilbur K.
business
the Uni-
mcpansion
blenis of
also .are
UcKe'vitt,
s in plan-
ding pro-
Mfairs
Ldent af-
is area is
ie-Presi-
James A:.
n Walter
nen Deb,-
this ara:
axe the

iy other

newspaper!

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' .-browsing is an integral and natural'
atmosphere at 'Bob Marshall's. Comfort.'
room,;'and a lack of high-pressure (or
selling tactics back up this invitation.
Ilcom'e, even during the so-called text-
browsing here. You will never be made.
'ut-of-place if you do not choose to buy,
an resist the blandishments and tempta-
stock. It is not an overstatement to sug-
at Bob Marshall' is an essential part of

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'FOOTWEAR
108 EAST WASHINGTON
the.

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RS--for your convenience and especially for_
ig pleasure, Bob Marshall's is open six days of
rom 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. Closed Sundays:~
ICES - our staff is a full-time, professional
rienced book people whose competence is c-
-y an almost "missionary" zeal for good books.'
in any book you want regardless of the coun-
whether in print, or out-of-print. Gift-wrapping
aping-for-mailing at no charge.

S .. If you agree
to' continue for 5S
More weeks at,-
regular, price of
60c per week, daily
and Sunday'

Sa

takes
bowl,

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..,. <Try FOLLE
USD 1 t BARGAIf
-____New . Books If

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his is a book store, believing in the
y of the world of books, you will find
i rts, no m ish-mash ... nothing but
,ries like book plates and art prints.

BOOK STORE
/ERSITY COMMUNITY

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iThe Detroit" News: I
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:Surelri'll try "Tha.e.o,'
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