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Friday, April 4, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tor Ct lassified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10:00-12:$0

GENERAL STUDIES:
New degree created

Fleming hints at
increase in tuition

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USED CARS
TR *64, -cotpletely ret tnid white. con-
t 4 -vert., $930. 716-9425 after 6 N24
'64 CORVETTE COUPE, 40,000 miles
power, air, and 4 speed new poly-
glass tires. Ex. touring car. 1 family
ownership. $2200. 761-0799 evenings
W-Fri.N13
1966 TR4-A Eed with black tops, leath-1
er interior, Michielin tires, AM-FM
radio, wire wheels. 761-7664. NS
'60 OLDS. $100. 663-4431, or after 4:30
769-5255. N2
CORVETTE COUPE, '64, 40.000 mi Pow-
er, air, and 4-speed New poliglass
tires. 9xrellent touring car. 1 family
ownership, $220. 761 -0799 evenxings
Tu-Pri. N39
We have proven
",/We sell for less"
Check with us-
before you buy
'69BART
SWINGER 2-DOOR HARDTOP.
$2085
'9 Coronet
2-DOOR COUPE
$2265
'69 Charger
2-DOOR HARDTOP
$2745
69 Po l ara
4-DOOR
'2595
LOW PRICES ARE AN
ESTABLISHED WAY OF LIFE
At
Champ
Hinton s
Arborland Dodge
Inc. 3365 Washtenaw 971-5000
ANN ARBOR

PERSONAL
EUROPE THIS STMMER? Save dollars
see more with student-owned N 8.1 A
Write: Dept. Ab. National Student
Travel Assn.. 70 Fifth Avenue, New
York. N.Y 10011 F3
2 UNDERGRAD GIRLS needed, 4 man
luxury apt. for fall. Call Katie or Barb
665-6335. F35
SOtI1AL AGENCY desires responsible
co-eds in apt, as rommates for 17
yr. old working girl. Call Mrs.
Fletcher or Mr DenHouter. 663-7511
extension 277 between 8:30 and'5 F47
HOOKAH TOOKAH YOUR SODA
CRACKER? See Margery Himel at the
Aik, this Fri, and Sat.,, 8:30 p.m. F45
WANT A feline friend? Of course!
Neurotic cats for neurotic cat lovers.
Call 663-1167. FF
BLACK and WHITE CUSTOM Process-
ing and printing ...
U of M Photo Services
526 LS&A Bldg.
F27
NOTHING GOOD EVER HAPPENS
FAST. P14
THE MARTHA COOK BUILDING WILL
BE OPEN for the first eight weeks
of the Spring-Summer Session (May
5-June 27). Any University woman
may apply. Please telephone 769-3290
for information. F32
WQ, is interviewing for a tutor in
residence for the '69-'70 year. Posi-

PERSONAL
TIRED OF PIZZA? We will deliver
sandwiches. Corned beef OR pastrami.
89c; roast beef. 69c; barbecued, 40c;
kosher hot dogs, 35c; cole slaw and
potato salad, 15c. Deliveries 5 p.m.
until midnight, Sun. thru Thurs.;
5 p.m. to 2 a.m., Fri. and Sat. 35c
delivery charge for orders under $3.50.
Whistle Stop, 662-2270. F29
2 FEMALE Roommates wanted. 2 bed-
room completely fern., air-conditioned
apt. near hospital. Phone 761-4902.
ask for Jan. F25
DISHWASHER RENTALS. 663-1761. F40
INTERPERSONAL
DATING SERVICE.
Meet someone you're compatible with!
For informat.ion send a postcard w
your name and ,address to:
P.O. Box 2137
AA, Mich. 48104
F20
WAKE-UP SERVIVE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time day or
night-LOW RATES DON'T BE GATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - A(IAIN
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVI(E9
665-8871 (24 hours) ,F
Save on ART supplies at the University
Discount Store-first floor SAB. F21
TIRED AND HUNGRY? For a 35c de-
livery charge we will deliver our de-
licious sandwiches. Hot roast beef,
69c; hot corned beef or pastrami, 89c;
barbecue. $40; Kosher hot dc s_ 35:

PERSONAL
INVIGORATING. SENSITIZING, absorb-
ing. Here's your chance to work for
a CLEAN organization. Apply for a
staff position on the 1970 MICHIGAN-
ENSIAN, at our office, first floor of
the DAILY bldg. F
TV RENTALS $1000 per month. FREE
service and delivery (all NEJAO TV
Rentals. 662-5671 today. F39
FORMALS FOR SALE -- Floor length.
Never worn. Sizes 7-11. Call Kit, 665-
0823 evenings. F
WEIRD BEARD
is the talk of campus. Have a beard,
mustache, gotes, sideburns inj ust
seconds. Send just $3.50 to Mr. G.,
P.O. Box 4302, Auburn Hts, Mich.
Complete instructions included. State
color wanted. F40
WILL BUY TICKET for any European
Charter or group flight. Leaving first
half of JTune, returning first week in
August. Will buy one way if neces-
sary. Call Dave at 769-2191 or 761-
4908. F38
WANTED-1 female roommate to share
3-man for fall. Freak preferable. Sally,
763-9812. P41
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh nega-
tive Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 9-4:
Wed 1-7 f18-21 years olds need par-
ert's permission.

(Continued from Page 1)
missioned at the March 4 faculty
meeting to study the general stu-
dies degree. According to com-
Smitee chairman Prof. Ronald Ti-
kofsky, the committee felt the BS
provided "an already existing and
academically credible alternative
to the Bachelor of Arts degree."
However, Brown said he intro-
duced his motion to rename the
degree because he didn't think the
faculty would accept the propos-
al to restructure the BS degree.
"You have to call things by their
right names, and not deal in gim-
micry," he said. Brown said he felt
the Bachelor of Science degree
was not a degree in science and
consequently was extremely mis-
leading. "I wanted a honest title
the faculty would buy," he added.
Brown also sai'd he didn't think'
that the general studies degree
would lack "educational credibil-
ity," a charge which proponents of

the restructured BS have made.
"People inside the University will
know what the degree means," he
said.
"People outside the University
are Just concerned with the fact
that you received a degree from
the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts. Very few ask what
degree program you take," Brown
added.
The committee's proposal to let
individual departments set their
own requirements for the BS de-
gree was defeated to a large ex-
tent because many professors felt
this would be an easier or cheaper
way of concentrating.
"This would be a far easier con-
centration program," said Prof.
Jacob Price of the history depart-
ment. Price estimated that 75 to
90 per cent of the students would
take this option.
Some professors expressed t h e
fear that if the proposal was
adopted some departments might
not require students.to take as
rigorous a concentration program
as now required. These professors
believe a program without such
requirements was a concentration
program unworthy of their sup-
port.
Others felt that if individual de-
partments were to set the degree
requirements t h e department's
burden would increase.
Still others were concerned
about the ramifications the con-
centration program might have on
the college as a whole if one deb-
partment decided to require stu-
dents to only take professionally
oriented courses.

(Continued from Page 1) A bill under which the Legisla-,
tant about having another tuition ture could appropriate as much as
increase this year, after substan- $40 million for aid to parochial
tial increases last y e a r and in schools is expected to pass. And
1967. Fleming's statements, how- the Legislature mayfeel forced to
ever, seems to indicate growing find new funds for the Detroit
pessimism in administration cir- school system. Detroit officials
Iles over the possibility of main- have warned the schools may be
taining the current level of tu- forced to close for lack of funds.
ition. -Fl n ee dma nds.
"It's especially hard this year Fleming said these demands for
to figure out anything about the new funds could lead legislators
size of the appropriation," Flem- to cut from higher education. He
ing said. He explained that the ef- cited proposals to raise taxes to
fect on the University's appropri- provide new revenues, but said he
ation of two factors - the fiscal
problems of Detroit schools and did not believe the Legislature
.the new parochiaid bill - was dif- would be very receptive to such
ficult to assess. plans.

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tlon includes u apartments (private ,Jc: 483-1894
bath) and free meals. Interested sin- potato salad or cole slaw, 15c. Orders 404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
gle male or female contact Mike Fors- $3.50 or over, delivered- free. Open 7 Michigan Community Blood Center
ter, 764-2779 or Craig Gelfenbaum, days a week, 10 a.m. to midnight. F19
764-5760. F30 Whistle Stop, 611 S. Forest. 662-2270.
F27 WANT TO TRADE FLIGHT TO EUR-
PHOi'O EPMhone 769216RRENT BUFFET SERVED 7 DAYS A WEEK OPE-have 1 ticket leaving May 8-
Phon 7649216UAC and 1 ticket leaving May 7-U
U of M Photo Services Noon till 8 p.m.-All you can eat. Charter. Wil trade ticket for either
526 LS&A Bldg. $1.50 includes one 15c drink, I flight so we can both go ,on same;
F28 flight. Europe-bound trade only. Call
WHISTLE STOP Amy: 769-0755 or 769-5952. PD
WANTED: 2 bdrm. 2-man apt, in old 611 S. Forest _
hse. for fall. Call Sandy, 761-7292. 662-2270 THIS IS NO JOKE! Save $75-500 the
F25 WE ALSO CATER day you buy her diamond unless you
F28 don't care how excessive the cost.-
THUS we say unto Brezhnev-"Let my - - - Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University.
people Go!" CJS. F44 SENIORS and GRADS-Chicago House, 663-7151. F29
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Your
Subscript-ion
Today
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Cords, etc.

SALE
Reg. $6.00-NOW $4.69
Reg. $7.00-NOW $5.77
Reg. $8.00-NOW $6.75
Reg. $9.00-NOW $7.50
to 8 Sat. 10 to6

HOURS-Mon.-Fri. 11

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PEkONAL,

GROUP RENTAL - GYM ANWOR,1
SAUNA - Families, couples, kids or
other groups. Trampoline, spaceball.
King-pong, and misc. exercise equip
AA Gymkhana. Call 662-9200, 1-10 p.m.
P27
WOOLIES - TRADITIONAL BLUES,
ROCK at the AVEHICLE. Opening
Fri., Sat., April 4 and 5. 539 S. Main.
F42
TAKIING KIDDIE music next fall? I
will teach you to sing, play the
piano and read music NOW. $2/hour.
769-533. F46
APT. RENTS TOO HIGH? Try Hender-
son House, beautiful U coop on Hill
near campus. 761-1292. F47
HELP elect Robert Harris. Call 663-
5817 or 665-0484. Election day workers
needed. . . FA
PIANO LESSONSCall 665-3495. F37
9UROPE 9 WEEKS, 12 countries. $999.
Call STUDENT TOURS, 764-0819.F
F47
WOULD the young women who wanted
* to, volunteer information about the
Huber-Kuhn committee at a Feb. SGC
meeting,.please contact Howard Kohn
at The Daily. This is very important.
Also if anyone knows the lady's
name, call me. 764-0562. FD
RENT-A-STROBE -- $5/day. Call Stan.
769-6994. F22
MALE PSYCH GRAD-Phi Epsilon Pi-
Michigan's first co-ed fraternity-is
fiow -taking applications for an ad-
visor Should have T-group experience
and desire to work with a new living
environment. Call Mike Jacobson,
761-3187 for further information. F43

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Write to REGISTRAR
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study are equivalent to the normal college
foreign language requirement.

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SATURDAY, April 5

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Try Daily Classifieds
Phone, 764-0558*

MEET ROBERT HARRIS

Now

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hours of your time
to help ROCK
CITY HALL
OR CALL 665-0484
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