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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, April 15, 1969


For Direct Classified Ad Service. Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00

(Continued from Page 5)
WANTED TO BU-4 tickets to gradua.
tion. Will pay $2/each. Call Dennis;
761-4272. K30
'bike. 665-3175. K31

6 BEDROOM HOUSE 4 MAN on-campus, across from V-Bell, 2 MAN MOD. APT. Air cond. Corner
next to Mudbowl. Air-cond., 2 bdrm., State-Packard, May 1-Aug. 24. 769-
Near campus and hospital, 663- . 2 balc., parking, laundry, res. man- 5688 after 6 p.m. U30
7156 or 663-7157. U47 ager. Rent negotiable. 761-2372. U25
((___ ONE MAN APT. furn~, large separate
SUBLET 1 BEDROOM 2-3-man. New ,JULY-AUG. sublet. Furnished, air con- bdrm., living, kitchen, bath; parking;
carpeting, air conditioning. 1 block ditioned, two bedroom apt. 721 S. close to campus. Avail. now! $130. 822
from campus, next to laundra-mat Forest. Call 769-3390. U6 Arch, Apt. 3. 662-2263, 663-1258. U26
and Ralph's. Underground parking.
Price negotiable. Call 761-3972 any- TWO BEDROOM three man on campus. MOD. 4-MAN, close to campus, air
time. 1143 Spring r: $120/mo. 662-1838. U1 cond., parking, balcony. $45 each,
___________ ___ will negotiate. Call 665-6253 after 5.
3 MAN SUBLET May-Aug., modern, air CHEAP, close to campus and the Village n.UC
cond., Park Plaza. 1320 S. Univ. No. Bell. Up to 3 openings in a 6 man,
12. 761-7657. U44 centrally air cond. apt. 663-9100. U19 1 MAN EFFICIENCY, avail, summer
---- -and fall. 1107 S. State. 761-9262. C33

2 MAN, bi-level, near campus, May-
August. Call between 5-7 and after
11, 769-3539. 'U47
1 BEDROOM apt. May-August. Has
patio and many extras. 344 , Divi-
sion, No. 105. 662-9388. U48
4 bedrooms, large living room, kitchen,
dining room, good location. 769-1626.

MODERN, 3-bdrm. apt, for up to 5
people. Sublet for Spring-Summer.
Air cond., dishwasher. 769-1146 or
761-8340, U6
3J BEDROOM. 3 or 4 man. Across from
law quad. May-Aug. Cheap. 769-6251.
MA.LE NEEDED for .3 man, air cond.,
modern, close, parking. $40. 761-7433
NEED 1 MAN-for sublet to complete
4-man 1 block from campus (near
Law Quad), has dishwasher, disposal,
2-bdrms, balcony air-cond. mod. fur-
nishings normally $93/mo., subletting?
for a mere $45/mo. May-Aug. Call
769-1091. UF
769-4472; three girls needed; firepl ce,
back yard for sunning, air-conditfon-

STENCILS, theses, and tern) papers
typed in my home. 769-5441. J5
TYPING - Your ,choice of type. Free
pick-up and delivery. 663-7894. J4
TYPING WANTED-business or college.
10 yrs, experience, Call 971-2806 after
6 p.m. J2
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM selectric
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. J48
TYPING OF THESIS, papers, etc. Ex-
pertly done at home. IBM selectric.
761-3139 - Jl
3 BEDROOM, 3 or 4 man. Across from
Law Quad. May-Aug. Cheap. 769-6251.
EXPERIENCED SEC'Y, wants to type
many scripts, thesis papers, etc. 971-
4066. 1133
TYPING DONE on elec. typewriter. Very
reasonable. Call 483-1008. J37
WE TYPE and duplicate term papers.
thesis, etc. We also take dictatinn
for conferences. Now's the time, cal
us soon, 665-3767. J
Paddles, Flowers, Bands. .
Special Favors & Sportswear show
on Feb. 26, 27--over 500 items. Call
Neil or Dick for appointment at 761-
6632. J"34
Call 668-6200


1) U .LLA j,1I11l



TWO 'LGE. BDRMS. May-Aug. near
campus. $120. 761-5487. U35
2 OR 45GIRLS NEEDED spring sem. for
modern bi-level apt., air cond., dish-
, asher, good location. 761-2494. U37
ROOMY SINGLE ideally located. Avail.
Spring and/or summer and/or fall,
term(s) $110/mo. Call Julianne, 665-
4014. 1138
ROOM FOR GIRL in spacious houst.
May-Aug. $40/mo. 769-2725. U40
SHARE 2 MAN 2 bedroom apt. $60/mo.
665-7288. U41
courts, air conditioned, 2 big bed-
rooms, huge closets, parking, good#
landlords, $135 negotiable. 761-8327
anytime. U42
TIRED of apartments? Try sharing a
2-bdrm. house with one another.
May-August. Call Dean at 662-3978.
CHEAP: 2-3 men for July-Aug, Mod.
apt. 769-5025. U44
AIR COND. 5 bedroom house on Forest
Court, either half or both. Ex. cond.
Rock bottom price. Call 764-1770 or
769-2674 after 6 p.m. U46
HAVE YOUR OWN large room in 2 girl
apartment. 2 blocks from campus.
May-Aug. 20. ,Rent very negotiable.
663-5096. U48,

For 5 or 6 people, 11 blocks fropn
campus. Wall to wall carpeting, new
furniture, 2 full baths, $300/mo. incl.
util. 761-3889. U14
SPACIOUS 3 man, 3 bdrms., liv, rm.,
din. rm., kitchen. Avail. spring-sum-[
mer term . Reasonable rates. 769-1
1069. U221
NEED 2 ROOMMATES for summer and/
or fall. Large 3-man, very close to
campus. $25 and $45 rooms for sum-
mer. 761-4752. U27
For 5 or 6 people, 1% blks from
campus. Wall to wall carpeting,
new furniture, 2 full baths, $300/
mo. incl. util. 761-3889. U14

ONE TWO or THREE MEN to sublet
May through August. $50 each. Ideal
apt. with carpeting, many closets,
disposal, parking, basement laundry,
congenial open-minded neighbors andD
landlord. Call 769-4784. 110 Hill No. 2
our sublet of sublets! Each room of
our roomy 5% room 2 bdrm., 4-
man is huge in itself, fully carpet-
ed, air-cond., of course, modern as
an apt. can be. Need dishes? Pots
and pans? East Madison near Pack-
ard and that's close! Call 769-1649,
ask for anyone. UF
ONE, TWO, or THREE MEN to sublet
May through August. $50 each. Ideal
apt. with carpeting, new furniture,
cooling, new kitchen, many closets.
disposal parking basement laundry.,
congenial open-minded neighbors and
landlord, Call 769-4784: 110 Hill, No
2. U50
2 BEDROOM summer sublet. Modern,.
furnished, cool, quiet. Minutes to
hospitals. 663-3666. U31
AVAILABLE MAY 1-1, 2, 3, and 4-man.
The Ambassador Co. 761-7982. U27

~ ~ ~ er, very near cam pUs. U3 e
SU3MMER SUBLET-l-2 girls needed for APT. SUBLET; July-Aug.; 2-3 men:
C E U3 bedroom house near IM building. cool; cheap. 769-3619. U41
G a l 6 -5 9 . 31 O D R t o m a s m er s bl t 3 G IR L S F O R M ay th rou gh A ugu st .
MODERN two-man summer , CHEAP Call 761-2625, g U
Fantastic location. $110 negotiable.
665-8797. U41 3-MAN SUMMER Sublet. CHEAP. Close
MAYNARDHOUSE-1bdrm.furn , to campus. Call 761-3678. UD,
air-cond.; summer with fall option. AIR-COND., 2 bdrm. choice. All kitchen
Call 665-4406, 12-5:30-Apt. 1006 after equip, and extras included. Near
7 call 761-8119. U39 athletic field. 1-864-3852 or 1-352-4
1490. U32r
S U A AER aOF 2 MAN. 2 bdrm. Call 663-9475.
U34 k
TOLDER 2-bedroom 3-man apt. Close to
campus. $125/mo, all utilities in;
fall option. 307 S. Division, No. 6. 761-
The following tenants of Apartments 8860. U40
Limited have indicated a desire to j---
sublease their apartments for the GIRL WANTED to sublet furn. room
summer. on campus, off street parking. 761-
9266 after 6 p.m. 119
0 Fuller no. 769-7652, no. 662-5950 26 t 6 m
ex. hospital location. MODERN APT., air cond., parking, on
0 526 Packard2no. 103, need 1 girl campus. 1-2 men, 662-8307. U41
grad, 761-7432.
0 848 Tappan, no. 18-.1 room in 4- SUMMER SUBLET__5-ma plarge house,
man to share. 663-8307. private bedroom, campus area. 761-
mo. 761-9554 4089. U36
If you are a tenant of Apartments LIVE IN a friendly house, -4 man,
Limited and have not yet contacted big living room,breakfast nook. Call!
us regarding a sublease, please do so 769-2841. U40'
immediately so we may update our - - - -
files. SPACIOUS 3 or 4 man, parking, air-j
APARTMENTS LIMITED-663-0511 cond., close to campus. 927 S. Forest,
No, 203. Call 663-9866. 1113 '
MAY-AUG. sublet for 2 men to share
U4i with one until July. Good location.
N1irn 3iOR 4 MEN. May-Aug., 3-bd7m0,

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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg.. before
2 p.m. of the day preceding publi-
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
jCalendar items appear oince only.
Student organization notices a r e
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
Dory Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 86: North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m.
Flute Student Recital: School of
Music. Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m.
Baseball: U-M vs. Notre Dame, Ferry
Field, 3:30 pm.
Frontiers in Geology and Geophysics
Lecture Series: Henry N. Pollack, as-
iociate professor of geology, U-M.
"What Causes Continental Drift?" 4
p.m. Auditorium F, Physics - Astronomy
SRussian Circle Plays: Two short plays
(in Russian): 3050 Frieze Bldg., 4:15


1 or 2, fall opt., all

furn., eff. for;
or part summer.

MAY-JUNE-Mod., 2 bdrm., has every-
thing. 2 more or 4 needed. $39/mo./
man. 662-3584. U231
NEED for summer sublet-1 girl from
spring and for summer. Mod, apt.,
seconds from everything. 769-5544. U21
1 BDRM.-Parking, storage space. PAk
Plaza, No. 5. 665-2264. U

over 35 years. APT, for married couiple. Chatham Vil- SWIMMING POOL I ndarcn. an ls
ovr55yers0 mod., air cond., 4 man. Bi-level, TV.
sJ1G age (Pauline and Stadium). 2 bdrm., Sublet an air-cond., two bedroom apt . kit, utensils. State and Packard. 761-
contemporary furn., swimming pool. two blocks from campus. Call 769- Come in and check our listings at: 3103. - 612
SUMMER SUBLET 668-8194 evenings. U50 2155. . 737 Packard
- . _7_Pack-rd NEED TWO GIRLS May-Aug. 3 bdrm.,
MAY 15-AUG. 15_Assistant prof. look- BI-LEVEL, 4-ma napt. Close to campus MARRIED COUPLE wanted for new, . 1-5 pm. 761-8063 4 man,, mod.. bilevel, air cond., TV,
ing for reliable family to sublet their and hospital. Dishwasher and air 2-bdrm. townhouse on North Cam- U' all kit. utensils. 663-0055. State and
furn. house 2 bdrm. study, chldren' cond., big kitchen. 1412 Geddes. 769- pus. Spacious, furnished, parking. Packard. 125
3195. U1 769-0798. U29 SUBLET-Modern 4-man, close to cam-
equipments, fenced yard, very rea- ps aepie 6-92 4 REBDOii
rona-l rents 66-00 U33.. -_______. pus. Name price. 769-4922. f741 THREE BEDROOM spacious apt. Close
sonable rents. 663-3070. U33 4TH GIRL needed for May. Close to HOUSE-1st floor, 3-4 man; furnished to hospitals and campus for summer
campus. Modern apt., no damage de- and carpeted; huge kitchen, living SUMMER SUBLET-Two-man efficiency s Ranable. 796 anmme.
521 WALNUT posit. Call Ellen, 769-0986. Lea'e num- room plus study area, porch, free in house. Great location-price nego- sublet. Reasonable. 769-0612 anytime.
Large, elegant, spacious, 2 bedroom ber. U3 parking, near Law Club. 665-2781. U41 tiable. Call 764-7600. UD U
beautifully furnished. Reasonable - - ------ ---- ----- 3-4 MEN in 4 man apt. or 4 females,
rent. NO 8-6906. U36 NEED 1 MAN for 2 bdrm., 2 man apt., EFFICIENCY - May-Aug. Air cond.- Need a Summer Apt.? central air cond~ off street parking.
mod. apt., fully furn., 2% blocks from close to campus. Can use dishes. St. Joe area-$40/mo./man. 665-9617.
GARGANTUAN campus. May-Aug. 761-5118. U29 linen, radio, etc. Call 761-6982 before FREE LOCATING SERVICE U19
Mod., air-cond. 4-man, dining, liv- - ~-~~~~~~~ - 10 am. or evenings or 665-4406 during Best deals in town -
3ng, study rooms, 2 min-Diag. 769- SUBLET - Large 2-man, modern, air day, Ask for Apt. 602. U24
2629. U39 cond., balcony, good parking. 832 -- -- ------- --- Sublet Service t U k w a
Packard, No. 5. 761-9367, U28 ISWIMMING POQL--football field across: 1'217 S. University aT .
S-... - ~~street. 2 bdrm., 4 man air cond., bal-65896lae
U E SLER T SUBLET-Single bdr., Iv. room, kit.. cony. Call 665-7839. U50 U36s
bath,'Ann St., below $90. 769-0574. U32 --.- ----- -.- Leaving town? Moving?
L- --- - -- - k.. 5-MAN-3-BDRM. Apt. Dishwasher, MODERN air conditioned apt.. 5 mi1 . Let us rent your apt, for you
Air Conditioning LARGE MOD. 5-man, 3 bdrm., air cond.. balconies, air conditioning utes from campus and South U. 761-
and dishw., disp. etc. May-Aug $200. 2 bathrooms 9023. U48
Dishwasher mo., will neg. 1364 Geddes. 769-3650. Near Hospital and Campus U _ _ __VIC_
11U8 525 Walnut, No. 6-769-3143 SUBLET May-Aug. Couple only. Packard 1217 S. University

1 urnI., 16? JirL cond., will inegotiate. 69-
1627. U114
SWIMMING POOL, air cond., 2 bed-
rooms in mod. 4-man, 1 or 2 girls
needed May to Aug. 764-9626. U30
SPRING-SUMMER sublet, 2 bedroom, 3
man. Dishwasher, appliances, parking,
d nnl nntin nmimhncit .1 R~n

Sigma Xi National Lecture: Dr.
Eleanor J. Gibson, Pressor of Psychol-
pgy, CornellUniversity. "Perceptual De-
velopment As An Adaptive Process":
Rackham Amphitheater, 8:00 p.m.
Topics in Quarternary Research: Prof.
Richard F. Flint, Yale University,
"Comments on the Quarternary in the
Southern Hemisphere": 3082 Natural
Science Bldg., 8:00 p.m.
School of Music Lecture: Recital:
Glennis Stout, flute; Jonathan Bald-
win, piano: performance on historic
flutes from the Glennis Stout and
Stearns collections: School of Music
Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m.
General Notices
Zoology Seminar: Dr. John Emlen,
Dept. of Biological Sciences, State Uni-
versity of New York, "Age Specificity
and Ecological Theory" Wed., April 16.
Room 1400 Chem. Bldg., 4:00 p.m.
Botany Seminar: Co-sponsored with
the School of Natural Resources, D r.
Hans Heybroek, Forest Experiment Sta-
tion, Wageningen, Netherlands, "Breed-
ing Elms for Resistance to Dutch Elm
Disease", Wednesday, April 16, 1969,
4:15 p.m., Botanical Gardens.
Spring, Spring-Summer Registration:
May 5, 1-4.30 p.m. May 6, 8-11:30 a.m.
and 1-4:30 p.m. Open Registration (No
alphabetical schedule). Late Registra-
tion Fee of $15.00 becomes applicable
at the close of registration.

sworn in
Continued from Page 1)
The Model Cities Policy Board
was elected by area residents Feb.
5 and later unanimously approved
by council. Former Mayor Wen-
dell E. Hulcher later appointed
three members to the 17 member
board, which represents area resi-
dents - landowners and renters,
and organizations active in the
Stephenson charged "there has
neVer been substantative involve-
ment of the Model Cities neigh-
borhood residents on council"
either in applying for the program
or in setting up the program.
Therefore, he said, there has been
"misunderstanding and apathy in
the program."
However Mayor Harris said that
in the experience of Model Cities,
the elections "do not produce a
leadership group that has strong
support in the community."
Cappaert added that Stephen-
son's call for election "was not a
call for election but a call for an
act of dereliction of council.
Council would be derelict to repeal
an act which council had approved
unanimously," he said.
Richard D. Remington (D-
first ward) said a call for elec-
tion would be "a breach of faith"
to the people of the neighborhood
who supported the present board.
The resolution on the Blue
Ribbon Committee on Landlord-
Tenant Relations was quickly de-
[eated by a chorus of nos when
Remington said, "the area of
housing is too important to let it
get lost in a committee snarl.
Blue ribbon, pink ribbon, green
ribbon-they'ra all the same. We
need action."
During a period of audience
participation, the city relations
board of Student Government
Council presented a proposal to
create a joint Student-City com-
nittee "to aid in the coordination
between Student Government
Council and City Council" to be-
ain "a new relationship between
the students and the establish-
Placem ent
3200 S.A.B



g o. ioca aoncampusnospita. ent
negotiable. 521 Walnut, No. 12. 769-
4144. U15
FREE TV, balcony, air cond., 3 bdrm.,
2 baths, luxury apt. on campus needs
4 or 5 for entire summer. 769-1726. UD
1-2 GIRLS NEEDED for 3-man summer
sublet, immediate occupancy. Also
available for fall. 764-2460 or after 5,
769-6763, ask for Phyllis. U42
MAY-JUNE, furn. 2 bdrm. apt. $125,
Only couple, wonderful for children.
971-1865, U8

4 MAN APT.; and a single, very reason- Registration Assistants needed. Apply
. W.0.1 Ra_.)~u T~nRnm L1 .qAAR~lln -1-I


B -level -U-------- ------- 124 and Fifth. Reasonable. 662-2286. U50 665-8996
2 BEDROOM, 4 man, $120/month, bal- --. ------- --- - -- ----.-.--- - ---- U38
All these features can be yours in cony, dishwasher, laundry facilities. HUGE 3 or 4 MAN; fully furnished. GIRL TO SHARE sublet of modern, 2 - ....--- -----
a charter realty apt. Call 665-8825 air conditioned tenant parking. 711 $130 Call 769-3612. U18 bdrm., 2 man apt. 761-5584. U5 ONE GIRL needed for modern four
for complete sublet information. Arch No. 304. 665-2620. U4 man apartment. One block from Uni-
CHARTER REALTY NEED 1 GIRL for summer, own bed- 3 MAN SUBLET May-Aug. Modern, air versity Hospital, close to main cam-
665-8825 1335 S. University TWO BEDROOM, 2 blocks from cam- room. Pets allowed. On West Park. cond., Park Plaza, 1320 ". Univ., No. pus. Call 761-8906 after 5 p.m. U7
U45 pus, parking. 761-8034. U9 Call 665-9685. U31 12. 761-7657. U44 -- - -- - -
.-..______ i GIRL NEEDED to share large 2-man,

able. Call 761-3618. . U10
SUBLET Prof's furn. apt. May-Aug, or
May-Dec. 2 blks. from campus. 4 from
hosp. 1 bdrm. Great for couple. Call
662-7386. U5
NEEDED 1-2 girls, May-Aug. -for 4
man, 2 bedroom apt. Near campus,
reasonable, 761-2625. U15'
2 MEN NEEDED-for modern, 3-man
sublet. Air-conditioned, balcony, dis-

Packard and Monroe. Negotiable. Call posal, parking, excellent location, $40.
76-3994. 665-5920. - 125
SUBLET_2 bdrm. apt. unfurnished.
Chatham Village May 1-June 30.
Campus Lease available for 69-70 school yr.
Will sell furniture. 769-4180 after 6.
Management Inc _1119
FURNISHED 2 bedroom cottage 15 min.
from Ann Arbor, $100 mo. Available
AP RIL 1 5 1 6 1ublet Assistance May 1-July 1. 761-1320. U21
We have complete listings of our SUMMER SUBLET-2 girls in 4-man
tenants who will be subletting for near Frieze. 761-8020. U22
this summerBEAUTIFUL 2-man apt., one huge bed-
room, huge living room, large kitch-
662777 tabenprch, bay window. Rent neg-
tues DEA H AN OPP ESSIN 30SEC._6627787I able. 769-4520. UD___
-1 3-MAN MODERN apt.-Spring-summer
11:30 MARCH OF DEATH AND OPPRESSION 30 SEC. from lag. 2-3 girls, 2 bdrms. or summer ,only. Air-conditioned,
11 N h H l TRTC hyard, cool, quaint. 425 Church, 761- parking. State-Packard area, 4-mmn
we will meet at North Hall (ROTC) and march to the Diag 8545, rent neg. U15 to Diag. 769-5680. U37
12:00 FRED OJiLE OF THE MILWAUKEE 14-speaking on the Diag LARGE, Mod. apt., bal., air co1d2park SUBLET - 1 bedroom wood paneled
ing. Call 761-2046.' U21 apt.-in older bldg. Cool; pvt. en-
The Milwaukee 14: On September 24, 1968, fourteen men, including five priests and a protestant 2 GIRLS NEEDED to share large trance, parking. Close to campus.-
S NEDED o shre lrgeMay-Aug. $95/month. 764-0432 or 769-
minister, removed approximately 10,000 1-A draft files from Milwaukee's Selective Service bords apartment for summer. Very close to 0630. U38
and burned them with home-made napalm in a nearby square dedicated to America's war dead. They campus. 665-0003. U JULY-AUG. - One female needed to
are now under indictment by state authorities. 2 GIRLS .NEEDED, 2 bdrm., 3-man, share large, modern, air cond. 4-man.
summer 2. A/C. Close to campus, 2 blocks to campus (Arbor Forest).
Fred Ojile: 23, draft resister and a draft counselor and church program organizer for the Twin Cities i N.C. bus, women's pool. 769-0577. U461 665-0829. U39
Draft Information Center. After graduating from Catholic University as a Seminarian, he spent a year -
attending the University of Minnesota Law School. He has taught courses on non-violence at the
Free University of Minneapolis.j
A film composed of news photos and newsreels by Bertrand Russell during the War Crimes Tribu- Field T ri.t SSR
9:00 nal as evidence of U.S. Atrocities.
A chilling film based on facts compiled by scientists and experts on nuclear war. The film depicts W ith Credit
11:00 how London would be effected by the disasters of World War ll.I
(come if you want, contribute what you can) (July 9-30)
Contact: Prof. Dennis Papazian,
UM bdo CmALTERNATIVESpn 4901 Evergreen Rd.
Phone: 271-2300, Ext 243
12:00 RICK BOARDMAN, DRAFT RESISTER-speaking on the Diag (rain: Union) - -_
Rick has been working for the past two years with the Chicago Area Draft Resisters (CADRE). He was I : m ,. .,
recently tried and found guilty of refusing to report for alternative service. He will be sentenced with- te
in the week., h c r d
1:00 LIBERATION WORKSHOPS: TWO SESSIONS-on the Diag (rain: Union lounge)
U" and Gov't Research: the Control of Knowledge-Radical Pacifism-Women in Radical Politics- clothes hom e?.
Life Styles Resistance-White Racism-Radical Poetry (b.y.o.)-Women's Liberation-Revolution- 0 Call Greene's Cleaners oda
ary Youth Politics-Prison Tapes (802 Monroe basement) plus others. Gy
2:30 Organic Food (b.y.o.)-High School Organizing-Imperialism-Alternatives to the Draft-Dylan- We'll deliver a storage box-
Student Worker Alliance (3:00) Fill it with your winter garments-
We'll pick it up-clean your garments-
e L EDIAMothproof them and
I Store them in our air conditioned vault.

].WIm 11~ .S&A BLIuIn 8-1I: a.O 1
and 1U 1-43.m.dai- m. Current Position openings received
andby General Division by mail and phone
The Computer Center announces a Not interviews. These positions a r e
question and answer session on PL/1 open relatively immediately, S p r i n g
in MTS The audience will be expected graduates are encouraged to apply for
to be knowledgeable In the use of the those not requiring work experience,
MTS system. Methdds of using PL/1 contact Placement Sevices, 764-7460 for
efficiently In MTS_ will be discussed. application details:
The session will be held in Roam 413 Kalamazoo County Community Ac-
in the Physics Astronomy Bldg. from 3 tion Prorgam, Mich.: Deputy Director,
until 5 p.m. on April 16. Questions may grad. wk. in bus. ad., plus about 3
be directed to Mr. Stewart Robinovite years exper., some in OEO type work
(Inter-University Consortium for Po1- and at supv. level.,Assoc. director of
,litical Research), 764-8396 or 763-1346. admin.. services, OEO exper pref., work
in clerical and fiscal responsibilities,
1969 Business Leadership Award spon- acctg. and stat. Assoc. Dr, for Program
sored by the Graduate School of Biusi- Plan and Manpower Dev., grad. wk.
ness Administration. Ernest C. Ar- in social type area. 3 yrs. Assoc. Div.
buckle, Chairman of the Board, Wells for Consumer, Health and Legal Serv.,
Fargo Bank will speak in the Rackham MSW and 3 yrs. OEO type employment.
Amphitheater at 8:00 p.m. on Wed- Manpawer and services coordinator, in-
nesday, April 16. terviewing and counseling exper. Co-
ordinator fo Community Services, no
Computing Center: Short Course For specific requirements.
Use of Magnetic Tapes: The Computing Lau Blower Co., Dayton, Ohio: Sup-
Centr anoucesa qustin ad a- fervisor, Test Lab, air and acoustical.
Center announces a question and an- IProject Engr. & Dev. Engr.
swer session on the use of magnetic Boomingon, Ill.,EBord
tapes in the MTS system. Seminar roomg .
of the Computing Center, 7 to 9 p.m., tion: Director of Food Service.
April 16, 1969. State of Connecticut: Case Worker,
degree with soc. and psych courses and
min. 6 mo. exper. Claims interviewer,
- degree and 4 years in personnel or
Foretgn Visibors human relations type work.
State of Illinois: Large listings of
-- positions in many areas, eligibility list
The Following individuals can be from applications will be good for
reached through the Foreign Visitor openings throughout the state for a
Division of the Visitor and Guest Rela- year or two. Programming, Welfare,
tions Office. Rooms 22-24, Michigan Un- Publ. Health, Admin., Persnnel, Psycho-
on. Telephone: 764-2148. logist, Community Serv.
Dr. PCity of New York: Asst. Planning and
Dr. nKe Hacya: Profesor of Eds- Operations Officer in Civil Defense, BA
cation, Osaka City University, Osaka, and 2 yrs,
Japan. April 11 - 18.
Dr. Jal Matheson: Vice Chancellor, SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
Monash University, Melbourne, Aus- 212 S.A.B., LOWER LEVEL
tralia. April 15 - 16. Interview April 18, Southwestern
Dr. Anthony S. Mathews: Head, De- Company, Nashville, Tenn., from 1 - 5
partment of Law, University of Natal, p.m. You can be outdoors all summer
Durban, South Africa. April 18 - 21. and make good money, details at SPS.
Andy Warhol
won't be eligible to enter the
Maybe your film will have a chance-Plan
x now to enter-Cash awards
Information at UAC offices
2nd floor Union, 3rd floor League



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