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THURSDAY, APRIL 14 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THTJRSDAY~ APRIL 14, 1966 THE MICIIJI~N DAILY PAGE SEVEN

DAI LY OFFICIAL BULLET IN
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(Continued from -Page 2) "NSF Undergraduate Program" at the when procession enters field.
Wanted: 60 male and female students Zoology Dept. office, 2091 Natural Sci- Yost Field House: Owing to lack of
to assist with Spring-Summer Regis- ence Bldg. Deadline for applications space only those holding tickets can be
tration, May 3 and 4 at Waterman for 1966-67 academic year is May 2, 1966. admitted. Enter on State St., opposite
Gymnasium. Repot to Room 3007 Ad- Students not now in a position to fix McKinley Ave.
ministration Bldg. as soon as possible. their plans should register their inter- Graduation Announcements, Invita-
est now, but may again make formal tions, etc.: Inquire at Office of Stu-
*Students: If you need to order a application during registration for the dent Affairs.
transcript without grades for the pres- Fall Term 1966-67. Commencement Programs: To be dis.
ent term,,you are urged to call in per- tributed at Stadium or Yost Field
son atr um. 515 Adminisraaion Bldg SPRING COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES House.
not later than. April 15. April 30, 1966 Distribution of Diplomas: Diplomar
*-Does not apply to students in Law raduaes Assemble at 9:3 a.m. conferred as of Commencement Day
and Undergraduate College of Engineer- Procession Enters Field at 10 a.m. April 30, and Dental School diplomas
nd. nProgram Begins at 10:30 a.m. conferred as of May 7, may be called
ing. Exercises to be held at 10:30 a.m for at the Student Activities Bldg.
Automobile Regulations: The student either in the Stadium or Yost Field from May 16 through May 20. Medical
automobile regulations will be lifted on House, depending on the weather. Ex- School diplomas will be distributed at
Fri., April 16-end of semester. ercises will conclude about 12:3Q Senior Class Night Exercises on June
However, the student automobile reg- All graduates as of April 1966 are 17; Flint College diplomas will be dis-
ulations will be in effect beginning eligible to participate. tributed at the Flint College Convoca-
May 4 for both terms of summer school Tickets: tion on June 3; Dearborn Campus
through Aug. 18, 1966. For Yost Field House: Two to each diplomas will be distributed at the
Please register your automobiles be- prospective graduate, to be distributed Dearborn Campus Graduation Exercises
ginning May 2 at Waterman Gymnas- from Mon., April 18, to 5 p.m., Fri., on June 12. Law School diplomas may
lum. Decals on automobiles that were April 29. at Diploma Office, 555 Ad- be called for after May 24 at Room
secured for the Fall and Winter terms ministration Bldg. Office will be closed 555 Administration Bldg.
will remain effective during the sum- Sat., April 23.' Doctoral degree candidates who qual-
mer school terms. For Stadium: No tickets necessary ify for the PhD degree or a similar
Children not admitted unless accom- degree from the Graduate School and
Science Awards of $200: Are available panied by adults. WHO ATTEND THE COMMENCEMENT
as part of an undergraduate research Academic Costume: Can be rented at EXERCISES will be given a hood by
program in biological science, sponsored Moe Sport Shop, 711 North University the University.
by the Iept. of Zoology and the Na- Ave., Ann Arbor. Orders should be
tional Science Foundation. In this pro- placed immediately. PLANS FOR SPRING COMMENCEMENT
gram, which carries national recogni- Assembly for Graduates: At 9:30 a.m Saturday, April 30, 1966, 10 a.m.
tion for the participants, students par- in area east of Stadium. Marshals WEATHER FAIR
ticipate in current research of staff will direct graduates to proper sta- Time of Assembly-9:30 a.m. (except
members, or engage in semi-independ- tions. If siren indicates (at intervals as noted).
ent projects guided by a staff member from 8:50 to 9 a.m.) that exercises Places of Assembly-
in his field of interest. Awards are are to be held in Yost Field House, Students of all Schools and Colleges
made on a competitive basis, with in- graduates should go directly there and assemble on the gravel roadway and
terest and aptitude for research being be seated by marshals. adjoining grassy area located to the
primary considerations. Spectators: North of an East-West line leading into
Interested persons should request Stadium: Enter by Main St. gate: the Tunnel Entrance to the Stadium
literature and application forms for only. All should be seated by 10 a.m. (under the East Gate of the Stadium)

in four columns of two's in the fol-
lowing order:
Section A-North side of grass near
fence.
-Literature, Science and the Arts
Section B-outh side of grass.
-Medicine (in front)
-Law (behind Medicine)
-Dentistry (behind Law)
-Pharmacy (behind Dentistry)
-Engineering (behind Pharmacy)
-Music (behind Engineering)
Section C-Roadway adpoining grass.
-Graduate School Doctors (in front)
-Graduate School Masters (behind
Doctors)
-Architecture (behind Masters)
-Education (behind Architecture)
Section D-Roadway, South of Section
C.
-Natural Resources (in front)
-Nursing (behind Natural Resources)
-Business Administration (behind
Nursing)
-Public Health (behind Business Ad-
ministration)
-Social Work (behind Public Health)
-Flint (behind Social Work)
-Dearborn (behind Flint)
Members of the Faculties at 9:15 a.m.
in the Lobby, first floor, Administra-
tion Bldg., where they may robe.
(Transportation to Stadium or Yost
Field House will be provided.)
Regents, ex-Regents, Members of the
Deans' Conference and other adminis-
trative officials at 9:15 a.m. in Room
2549 Administration Bldg., where they
may robe. (Transportation to Stadium
or Yost Field House will be provided.)
Schedules of Assembly will be post-

ed on bulletin boards of appropriate
buildings. Markers will be placed at
the assembling places on Commence-
ment Day.
March into Stadium-10 a.m.
WEATHER RAINY
In case of rainy weather, the Uni-
versity fire siren will be blown at in-
tervals between 8:50 and 9 a.m. indi-
cating the exercises in the Stadium
will be abandoned. Members of the
Faculties, Regents, Deans, etc., will
assemble at the same places as for the
fair weather program. Graduates will go
directly to Yost Field House at 10
a.m. and enter by the South door.
Counseling for the Dearborn Campus:
Will continue to be available in Room
2508 Administration Bldg., during the
first half of the Spring-Summer Term
(May-June). Freshman and sophomore
students interested in a senior college
internship program in business ad-
ministration, senior college liberal arts
program and teacher certification may
call 764-0301 for an appointment with
a counselor.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Attn.: Graduating Seniors-Register-
ed with the Bureau of Appointments,
General and Education Div. Please no-
tify the Bureau of your new address
when you leave campus, in order to
receive job notices. If you already have
a job, we would like this information
also. If you are attending summer

school let us know your schedule and
address. Always keep your placement
file up to date.
VISTA (Volunteers in Service to Amer-
ica)-Representatives will be in the
Lower Lobby of the Michigan Union
Mon. & Tues., May 16 & 17 to give in-
formation about their program. Men &
women 18 yrs. or older for 1 yr. as-
signments including 4-6 weeks trng.
program. Positions in 50 states, Puerto
Rico, Virgini Islands, & Trust Terri-
tories. No appointment needed.
POSITION OPENINGS:
American Society for Metals, Metals
Park, Ohio--Inform. Retrieval Analyst,
Degree in metallurgy, chem., physics]
or mech. engrg. Write abstracts of pub-
lications.
St. Luke's Hospleal, Cleveland, Ohio
-Pathology Lab positions available.
Broad science bkgd., esp. in chem. req.
Also openings for social service inter-
viewer, physical & occupational thera-
pists, etc.
Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville,
Tenn.-Attn.: April, June & Aug. grads.
Health Educators to plan & administer
public health & information program.
MA in public health educ. No exper.
needed.
Datex Corp., Monrovia, Calif.-Various
positions including 1. Mech. Engr.,

BSME plus 5-10 yrs. exper, 2. Applic.1
Engr. (Military Systems), BSEE, 1-31
yrs, applic. exper. plus 3-5 yrs. des. &
dev. exper. 3. Tech. Writer. Able to
read complex schematics & understand1
mechanisms. 4. Mfg. Engr., BSME, IE
or Indust. Mgmt. plus 3-5 yrs. exper.
Richmond Professional Institute, Rich-
mond, Va.-Baritone. Teach voice &
one class in conducting.
Trenton Public Schools, Mich.-Dir.
of Personnel. Handle regular personnel
area plus school district's labor rela-
tions. Will consider exper. in indust.
iel., need not be educators.
* * *
For further information, please call
164-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB--
Neptune World-Wide Moving, Inc.,
New Rochelle, N.Y.-Drivers, packers &
helpers. No exper, necessary. Jobs in
N.Y., N.J., Ill.& Va.
Social Science Students-Work on
survey research project in Michigan.
Live at hoihe & work in the county.
Car expenses paid.
Owens, Illinois, Toledo, Ohio-Produc-
tion project work in many states for
juniors & sophs in engrg. Apply by
April 30.
Summer Placement Service - Camp
jobs available that begin after the first

summer school semester. From June 27-
Aug. 24.
* * *
Details at Summer Placement, 212
SAB, Lower Level.
FACULTY!
SABBATICAL HOUSE
TO RENT??
Phillips Academy, Andover,
teacher on sabbatical needs
FURNISHED HOME
near University for the FALL
AND WINTER TERMS. Hope
for 4 bedrooms, good school
district. Will respect owners'
property. Please write:
Frank Eccles
Phillips Academy
Andover, Mass. 01810

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USED CARSE
TR3 needs work, for sale or I will
pay someone to work on it. 6628832.
N26
'63 VW convert. Clean, A-1 cond. Rea-
sonable. Call NO 3-7585, ext. 248 or
GL 3-8696. N27
MGA '59, new brakes, clutch, rings,
shocks, muffler, radio-exc. condi-
tion, $695. Dave. 668-8312. N28
GOING TO EUROPE. Must sell '64 VW.
Call 662-6106. N29
1958 VW Convertible, body spotless, en-
gine excellent. New clutch, top. En-
Joy the summer in this economically
operated bargain. $550 or best offer.
Call Ben at 662/1860. ND
60 MERC., 2 dr. one owner, new tires,
$160. 665-4896 N19
MG TD 1953 reconditioned. Richard
Chadwick 665-3719. N23
AUSTIN-SPRITE, 1964 Mark III. Low
mi. excell. cond. 665-4746 N24
S TR-3 1959 2 tops, red, very good running
cond. $670 or best offer. Call Ned
764-4447 or 662-9301. N25
1957 OLDSMOBILE. New tires, good
looking, runs well. $125 cash. 662-4746.
N17
ALFA ROMEO burgundy roadster, 51,000
mi., radio and heater, excellent cond,
must be seen. Call 662-4148. N15
KARMANN GHIA (VW engine), 1965,
deep blue coup, 15000 mi.,. almost new
cond. $1800 or best offer. Call 665-4797
58 MERC., V8, Auto, good cond., new
whitewalls, rad. $200. 761-3927 N20
VW '63, sunroof, white, radio, excel.
cond. Best offer. 665-3858 N18
'59 PONTIAC, engine in excel cond.
Power brakes and steering. Price $395.
or best offer. Call 665-2750. N16
VW 1957 convertible. Fire engine red.
Call Daenzer. 668-7288 evenings. N22
59 RAMBLER 4 Six-$175. Call 665-
7960 evenings. N12
PORSCHE 1958, 1600N, nearly new pirel-
lis, new trans, engine & body good.
766 Autobahn, Jackson, or call 517-
783-3115. N13
1962 COR VAIR Spyder convertible, 4-
speed, red with white top, low mile-
age. 663-8848 -N5
GOOD TRANSPORTATION. Chevrolet,
1954, 68,000 mi. $150. Ranch wagn,
1957. $125. Original owner, snowtires
on both. 668-6059. N0
63 TRIUMPH TR3. White, w. wheels.
Excel. meh. cond. 764-6356 days. 663-
5693 night. Nil
VW 1962. Good cond. 33,000 miles. Radio
and heater. 662-4862. N6
NEED A CAR-READ THIS:
New cars too much money?-Used cars
too much trouble? How about a new
GM car with a usedhcar price tag?
We will sell you a shiny brand new
Opel demonstrator with a full 24,000
mile, 2-year General Motors warranty
at a lower price than many used cars.
Romy, agile, economical,fun to drive
-it makes a lot more sense than a
used car. If you will call Mr. Ehnis at
662-6576 he will give mu all the
details and prices in a friendly
courteous manner. ANN ARBOR
BUICK. N22
MG 1100, 1963. Only 26,000 mi., excel-
lent condition, disc brakes, twin
carburetors, front wheel drive, more
power than any beetle. Very rea-
sonable, must sell. Phone Norm at
761-2123 cr 764-2163. N14
'59 FORD. Excellent shape. $375. Call
Brent, 662-3893 betw. 4 and 5. N13
OLDS 98, 1955, automatic, good con.
New tires. $160. Call M'8-6007 betw.
6:30-8:30. N49
TRANSPORTATION
3 GIRLS need ride to Hamilton, Ont.
or nearest point on 401. Apr. 27 or
28. Call 663-2993, G18
EUROPE -- Upperclassman traveling
companion desired. Lots of travel.
Call George 665-9533. G19
ANN ARBOR businessman driving to
N.Y. on Sat., Apr. 16, would like
compatible co. to share expenses.
NO 5-0823. G20
GOING TO Los Angeles? Take my Mus-
tang. Dates flexible. 662-5030 or 764-
5202, 021

PERSONAL
Wolverine Camping Rentals & Sales
Miller Road at Maple Road
Rentals: Day, week or month
662-1931 or 665-7817.
Sales: Buy now and be ready for
that warm, sunny weekend trip or
vacation. 662-8885 or 662-1931. F
PRIME MOVERS
We know you'll win them out East
with that o1' wazoo. Rock on.
-Your Prime Fans F39

DEAR BARB,
PLEASE, DON'T MAKE ME GO
HOME.
LOVE,
KITTEN

PD]

Happy Birthday Becky Havill
Sara, Kathy, Gwen, and Barb F37
EUROPE-MAY 13-AUGUST 13. MUST
SELL TICKET UAC CHARTER No. 2.
WILL SACRIFICE. CALL ALAN: 662-
3191 P36
GIRL WANTS room (with or without
board) near campus for fall. Call 764-
1885 aft. and eve. ED
SUMMER-One coed needed as room-
mate for whole tri-mester of either
half. Beautiful apt. Air-cond. Call
761-3747 evenings. FD
CARRIAGE HOUSE-needed 2 girls for
bi-level 4 man next yr. Call 764-2975.
F34
DAILY STAFFERS-Pick up your pay
checks by Fri., ready Thurs. FD
NEED A WATCH for final exams? Cost
plus 10% buys a new Gruen, Benrus,
or Bulova. Thanks for your patronage
this' past year. Austin Diamond; 1209
S. University; 663-7151. P31
FOR SALE-One Round-Trip UAC Eu-
rope Flight; May 13-August 13; $252.
Phone Nelson Lande 662-1019, or 761-
0611, any time day or night. F
RENT Y',ur TV from NEJAC

FOR SALE
WANTED-SONY 250 Tape Deck. For
Sale: Pair shelf size speakers. aPir
$40. 663-3520 eves, betk 11 & 12. BD
12 cu. ft. Gibson freezer for
sale. Call Don Spencer at 662-3128. B24
1 SEAT ON UAC Europe Flight II.
May 13-Aug. Will bargain. Joanne.
662-1090. B25
FOR SALE-Tires (2) new. Fire. 500
7.50 x 14. Bargain. Chuck 668-7504
after 7. B26
12 STRING GUITAR. Good quality,
sound, etc. Six months old. Must sell.
$75 or best offer. Call Ben, 662-1860
at meal times. BD
EUROPE--One way ticket from London
to N.Y. on June 15 Union Fligh. $1.25
or trade for Aug. flight. Call 662-0730
B-20
TV RADIO-console, 18" good cond. best
offer. Call between 5 & 7 665-7116. B21
2 AIRFLIGHT TICKETS to Europe--
May 20 to Aug. 15. WILL BARGAIN.
Call 665-6320. B22
FOR SALE: Hohner Electric Piano: Best
electric piano made. Six mo. old;
sacrifice at $275 (worth 450-500) Call
NO 2-8168 after 7. B23
TICKET on Union Flight to Europe.
Leaving June 28, returning Aug. 14.
Call 761-3610. B16
Men's Reiberhoffer ski boots 9M. Best
offer. Jeff 761-0150. B30

MARKETING
ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST
Position provides opportunity for engineering and/or business
grad to become acquainted with DOD, NASA, and other
Governmental agencies activities. Candidate will be trained
and expected to contribute to establishment and maintenance
of marketing administrative procedures, and systems for ana-
lysis/measurement of business activities to project short term/
long term plans as a tool for management decisions.
Requirements: Undergraduate engineering degree plus
MBA/Marketing preferred.
Growth opportunities for this position can lead to business
planning, market research, program control.
Send resume to:
Professional Employment Manager
Bendix Systems Division
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48107
or call 665-7766
BENDIX SYSTEMS DIVISION
An Equal Opportunity Employer

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ATTENTION BOATMEN! 1965, like1
12' folding Klepper-Master boat.!
boat, motorboat, rowboat all in
Must sacrifice. NO 5-8956.

new,
Sail-
one.
B18

Zenith' 19
only $10
delivery.

in. all channel portables for
per month. FREE service and
Phone 662-5671. F

HEAR
THE KEN MACKENZIE
QUARTETTE.
Featuring LUCI BECKER
at the Qld Heidelberg
Saturday 10-1
P29
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check i*: Austin
Diamond. 1209 S. University. 663-7151.
F45
DATING is more enjoyable with
THE RIGHT PERSON
IBM Computer AND personal
interviews help us arrange
DATES YOU'LL REALLY ENJOY
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
Call 662-4867, write 216 S. State
for free brochure )r interview
MEALS-Monday, Tues., Turs., Fri.,
lunch, Mon.-Fri. dinner. Any or all
meals offered may be purchased.
Total price less than $10 per week.
Call fraternity house mgr., NO 2-8312.
PART TIME
Multi-Million Dollar Company hiring
for part time sales work. Earnings in
excess of $3.00 per hour. This is not
pots-knives-books or any of that door
to door nonsense. This company is
expanding all across the nation, con-
sequently this could be more than
just a part time job for the right
person. If you're 20. have use of a
car, and are bondable write William
D. Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
Arbor, Mich.

CHEST SALE
New three-drawer-$14.95
New four-drawer--$19.95
Also many used chest and dressers to
choose from. Complete home furnish-
ings to suit the budget. Refrigerators,
gas and electric ranges, washers, man-
ges, TV's, new and used mattresses,
'edsteads, box springs, desks and
tables, rockers, carpets, lamps, many
other items.
OZZIE'S FURNITURE
Open 9 to 8 weekdays
9 to 5:30Sat.
3360 Carpenter Rd. . 663-9019
BI
LOSTAND FOUND
$100 REWARD
For return or information leading to
return in good cond. of '66 Triumph
Bonneville-Engine No. 30201. Stolen
from W. Quad Apr. 9. Paul Barrett
764-3734 A18
FOUND: April 8 in Aud. A-one pair
brown horn-rimmed girl's glasses, Se-
lecta brand. Call Bill, 665-6756. A17
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
TYPING DONE in the home. Manu-
script, thesis, statistical or medical
typing. Dictaphone transcriber avail.
761-3144. J17
TUTOR OF FRENCH & GERMAN
Lessons in conversation and grammar
by native speaker. Graduated rates.
Mme. Kerr, 701 S. Forest. NO 3-2108.
GRAD LANGUAGE EXAMS
Special courses for reading and screen-
ing exams in French and German by
native speaker. Graduated rates. Mme.
Kerr, NO 3-2108. J2
761-3993
Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal, and technical conferences,
mimeographing; offset; ditto; litho-
graphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine
OPTICAL REPAIRS
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
IN THE NICKELS ARCADE
240 Nickels Arcade
J1

Miss
MICHIGAN
Miss
U. S.A.
Miss
UNIVERSE
PAG EANT
Michigan Finals

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ENTER NOW

Talent Not
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NO ENTRANCE FEE
COVER 150,000 IN PRIZES
IF YOU ARE FROM WASHTENAW-LIVINGSTON OR
LENAWEE COUNTIES SEND APPLICATION TO
2211 JACKSON RD., ANN ARBOR
IF YOU ARE FROM WAYNE, OAKLAND, MONROE OR MACOMB
COUNTY SEND APPLICATION TO ALPHA BETA SIGMA,
103 PIERCE HALL, YPSILANTI, MICH.
FREE MISS USA 1965
APPLICATION SUE ANN DOWNEY
BLANKS AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

White Levi's.Guys
Watch the Euys that set the pace-the crowd that
sets the style. o'll find they all live in slim, trim
White Levi's. How about you? Get in step. Get
in style.;Get into White Levi's-now. All the"in
colors, in carefree cotton heavyweight twill.
Only $4.50. You can tell 'em by the Tab'
The TAB and the word 'LEVIS'are registered trademarks.

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Lowest Rates, Student-specials
HI FI STUDIO

1319 S. Univ.

NO 3-7242
F47

S.T.O.P. TOURS to Lurope please 100's
of students each summer. Many itin-
eraries. Little regimentation. No wor-
ries about luggage, hotels, customs, or
travel connections.
Call Merle, 668-9040
or best offer. Call 665-2750. Must sell.
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
TNaT17V'P.TrV MnT T.T / NTTfi TTMr

Ulrich's Book Store
Wahr's Book Store
Slater's Book Store
Follett Book Store
Wenk's Honda Sales
Big Ten Party Store
Marti-Walker
Greene's Cleaners
(Ann Arbor and Ypsi)
Hartman's Insurance
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BY
UNIVERSITY
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ing Apr 23 and Apr 29 Call Paul, 663-
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