FRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1966
THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15
Big Ten Survey Directors Conference
-Michigan Union, 8 a.m.
Dept. of Mathematics Ziwet Lecture
--John W. Milnor, "Some Algebraic
Tools in Topology": Aud. D, Angell
Hall, 4 p.m.
Cinema Guild-"A Man Escaped":
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
Maria Bahas, soprano: Recital Hall,
School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Concert - Arts
Chorale, Maynard Klein, conductor: Hill
Aud.: 8:30 p.m.
Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., April
15, 4 p.m., Room 807, Physics-Astronomy
Bldg. Harold C. Graboske, Jr., Astron-
omy Dept., will speak on "Thermody-
namic Properties of Dense Stellar Plas-
Psychology Colloquium: Fri., April
15, 4:15 p.m., Aud. B. Dr. Sidney Bijou
of the University of Illinois will speak
on "Experimental Analysis of Behavior
in Pre-school Children in Natural Set-
Science Awards of $200: Are available
as part of an undergraduate research
program in biological science, sponsored
by the Dept. of Zoology and the Na-
tional Science Foundation. In this pro-
gram, which carries national recogni-
tion for the participants, students par-
ticipate in current research of staff
members, or engage in semi-independ-
ent projects guided by a staff member
in his field of interest. Awards are
made on a competitive basis, with in-
terest and aptitude for research being
Interested persons should request
literature and application forms for
"NSF Undergraduate Program" at the
Zoology Dept. office, 2091 Natural Sci-
ence Bldg. Deadline for applications
for 1966-67 academic year is May 2, 1966.
Students not now in a position to fix
their plans should register their inter-
est now, but may again make formal
application during registration for the
Fall Term 1966-67.
Grade Sheets for Winter 1966: Have
been sent to all departments for dis-
tribution to instructors. Any grade
sheets with degree students should be
submitted to the Office of the Regis-
trar within 48 hours after the exami-
nation, and within 72 hours after the
examination for grade sheets with all
non-degree students. A grade messenger
service will be provided on a regular
basis by the Office of the Registrar
to departmental offices on the central
campus beginning Wed.. April 20 and
continuing through Fri., April 29. Grades
may alse be submitted directly to this
office at Window A, Administration
Bldg., during working hours. Ques-
tions pertaining to grade reports may
be directed to 764-6292.
Attention Faculty Members Of: Col-
lege of iLterature, Science, and the
Arts, School of Education, School of
Music, School of Public Health and
School of Business Administration: Stu-
dents, expecting degrees April 30, 1966
are advised not to request grades of
I or X. When such grades are abso-
lutely imperative, the work must be
made up in time to allow you to report
the make-up grade not later than noon,
Thurs., April 28, 1966.
Recommendations for Departmental
Honors: Teaching departments wishing
to recommend tentative April graduates
from the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, for honors or high honors
should recommend such students by
forwarding a letter to the Director,
Honors Council, 1210 Angel Hall, be-
fore noon, Thurs., April 28, 1966.
Teaching departments in the School
of Education should forward letters
directly to the Office of Registration
and Records, Room 1513 Administration
Bldg., by noon, Thurs., April 28, 1966.
SPRING COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
April 30, 1966
Graduates Assemble at 9:30 a.m.
Procession Enters Field at 10 a.m.
Program Begins at 10:30 a.m.
Exercises to be held at 10:30 a.m
either in the Stadium or Yost Field
House, depending on the weather. Ex-
ercises will conclude about 12:30
All graduates as of April 1966 are
eligible to participate.
*FI fl r
ROOM AND BOARD
UNIQUE opportunity for summer inter-
national living experience. Room and
board, for spring and summer semes-
ters for women, $286 total, for male
boarders, $1$6. Foreign and American
students are welcome to apply now to
to the Friends Center International
Coop, 1416 Hill. For further informa-
tior: contact director. E17
f 1947 MGTC right hand drive, red, wire
wheels, 13,000 miles on rebuilt engine.
firm. Glenn Palmer-Smith, 1416 Hill.
Personally imported from Eng. last
Aug. Enthusiast-maintained. $1295
firm. Glenn Palmer-Smith, 1416 Hill.
1958 VW SUNROOF, new tires, one
owner, carefully maintained, $495
'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
The little old gold-rimmed soup-maker
strikes again! F40
Dear Theat Chi's:
Thank you for 2 blankets, 1 brandy
snifter, 1 stuffed animal, 2 ash trays,
several showers, and 11 dated
B.C.G. and G.K.K.
P.S. And many "fun" times in the
past two years. F41
ROOMMATE-FALL. Need fourth man
for new 2 bedroom apt. near campus.
DO YOU HAVE a place to live this
summer? Join a CO-OP for spring or
summer term. Room & board $17.50,
board only $11.50 per week. Contact
Inter-Cooperative Council, 2546 SABt
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
PLEASE, DON'T MAKE ME GO
EUROPE-MAY 13-AUGUST 13. MUST
SELL TICKET UAC CHARTER No. 2.
WILL SACRIFICE. CALL ALAN: 662-
NEED TYPIST 5 hrs. for instructor.
Now thru summer: Call 483-6100, ext.
2050, leave message with Carol (sec.)
WANTED: Male grad students with car.
Apt. with garage in exchange for 17
hrs. household maintenance work.
NO 3-2588. H25
FOOD FOR Michaguama braves at
Ralph's. Head toward Path of the
Packard for nourishment fit for the
pale-face scholars of the home of
Open every night 'til 12
3 KITTENS to good homes. 662-0968
Ask for George. M47
ONE TICKET Union-sponsored Euro-
pean Trip. Round trip June 28-Aug
14. 483-6100, ext. 2050 'and ask for
MOVING SALE. Sat & Sun. Couch, bed
T.V., bike, good clothing etc. 1112
Prospect. NO 8-8802, NO 3-4467. B28
WANTED-SONY 250 Tape Deck. For
Sale: Pair shelf size speakers, aPir
$40. 663-3520 eves. betk 11 & 12. BD
For Yost Field House: Two to each
prospective graduate, to be distributed
from Mon., April 18, to 5 p.m., Fri.,
April 29. at Diploma Office, 555 Ad-
ministration Bldg. Office will be closed
Sat., April 23.
For Stadium: No tickets necessary
Children not admitted unless accom-
panied by adults,
Academic Costume: Can be rented at
Moe Sport Shop, 711 North University
Ave., Ann Arbor. Orders should be
Assembly for Graduates: At 9:30 a.m
in area east of Stadium. Marshals
will direct graduates to proper sta-
tions. If siren indicates (at interval
from 8:50 to 9 a.m) that exercises
are to be held in Yost Field House
graduates should go directly there and
be seated by marshals.
Stadium: Enter by Main St. gate'
only. All should be seated by 10 a.m
when procession enters field.
Yost Field House: Owing to lack of
space only those holding tickets can be
admitted. Enter on State St., opposite
Graduation Announcements, Invita.
tions, etc.: Inquire at Of fice of Stu-
Commenement Programs: To be dis.
tributed at Stadium or Yost Field
Distribution of Diplomas: Diploma:
conferred as of Commencement Day
April 30, and Dental School diplomas
conferred as of May 7, may be called
for at the Student Activities Bldg
from May 16 through May 20. Medical
School diplomas will be distributed at
Senior Class Night Exercises on Junm
17; Flint College diplomas will be dis-
tributed at the Flint College Convoca-
tion on June 3; Dearborn Campus
diplomas will be distributed at the
Dearborn Campus Graduation Exercise
on June 12. Law School diplomas may
be called for after May 24 at Room
555 Administration Bldg.
Doctoral degree candidates who qual.
fy for the Phi) degree or a sil,
degree from the Graduate Scol and
WHO ATTEND THE ('OMMENCEMEN"
EXERCISES will be given a hood b
PLANS FO, SPRING COMMENCEMENT
Saturdav, April 3, 1966, 10 a.m.
Time of Assembly-9:30 a.m. (except
Places of Assembly-
Students of all Schools and Colleges
assemble on the gravel roadway and
adjoining grassy area located to the
North of an East-West line leading into
the Tunnel Entrance to the Stadium
(under the East Gate of the Stadium)
in four columns of two's in the fol-
Section A-North side of grass near
-Literature. Science and the Arts
Section B-South side of grass.
-Medicine (in front)
-Law (behind Medicine)
-Dentistry (behind Law)
-Pharmacy (behind Dentistry)
-Engineering (behind Pharmacy)
-Music (behind Engineering)
Section. C-Roadway adpnining grass.
-Graduate School Doctors (in front)
-Graduate School Masters (behind
-Architecture (behind Masters)
-Education (behind Architecture)
Section D-Roadway, South of Section
-Natural Resources (in front)
-Nursing (behind Natural Resources)
-Business Administration (behind
-Public Health (behind Business Ad-
-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
Means' 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 n1 appropriate
buildings. Markers will be placed at
the assembling places on Commence-
March into Stadium-10 a.m.
WEAl IH*R RAINY
In case of rainy weather, the Uni-
versity tre siren will be blown at in-
tervals between 850 and 9 a.m. indi-
cating the exercises in the Stadium
will be abandoied, Members of the
Faculties, Regents, Deans, etc., will
Sec. 29. Discipline-Bicycles:
Violations of the bicycle regulations
are subject to tickets or fines not to
exceed $5 per offense or impoundment
by the University.
Sec. 30. Hearings of Violations:
The Driving Court, established by the
Joint Judiciary Council, shall hear cases
of violations of these regulations pur-
suant to rules adopted by the Joint
Sec. 31. Special Applications:
The Driving Court shall hear ap-
peals for permits under sections 8c,
d, e, g; 10c.
Sec. 32. Violations-Motor Vehicles:
The following are violations of these
regulations pertaining to motor ve-
hicles (with maximum fines for first
assemble at the sanie places as for the offenses where established by the Joint
fair weather program. Graduates will go Judiciary Council):
directly to Yost Field House at 10 a. Minor Violations:
a.m. and enter by the South door. 1. Illegal parking on University prop-
Joint Judiciary Council: Action taken 2. Failure to display decal properly-
by the Joint Judiciary Council at its $10.
weekly meeting, Wed., April 13. 3. Failure to pay fine (within 3 weeks)
Driving Court Fine Schedule Ap- $5.
proved: To adopt this fine schedule b. Major Violations:
and disciplinary action section of the 1. Failure to register-$25.
University Administrative Driving Code 2. Unauthorized presence-$35.
(New) for the 1966-67 year to be ef- 3. Misuse of decal or permit-$50.
fective Aug. 20, 1966 and to supercede 4. Driving without authorization-$50.
previous fine schedules now approved c. Violations Requiring Appearance
or now in effect: before Driving Court:
Disciplinary Action and Special 1. Unauthorized borrowing or lending.
D ArActionas2. Misrepresenta.tion of facts.
Sec. 28. Discipline-Motor Vehicles: 3. Two or more violations committed.
Disciplinary action for violation of 4. Repeated offenses,
motor vehicle regulations shall range v5 Dual violation (two persons n-
from a fine not to exceed the maxi- voled).
mum fine for a general misdemeanor Sec. 33. Violations-Motorized Cycles:
under Michigan state law for a first The following are violations of these
violation to required withdrawal from regulations pertaining to motorized cy-
the University in case of any addi- cles (with maximum fines for first of-
tional violations. In addition, the priv- fense),and are major violations:
ilege of registering a motor vehicle may a. Excessive noise.
be suspended for offenses requiring an b. Illegal riding on University prop-
appearance before the Driving Court. erty.
Student-Faculty Group Flight
PAN AM JET to EUROPE
New York-London-New York-June 1-Aug. 18-$300
Detroit-London-Detroit-June 14-Aug. 11 - $342.50
ONLY A FEW SEATS REMAINING
Sec. 34. Vionations-Bicycles:
The following are violations of these
regulations pertaining to bicycles:
a. No current license.
b. Parking in improper places.
c. Parking on campus over 72 hours.
d. Unlocked bicycle parked on Uni-
Sec. 35. Appeals:
a. Decisions involving maximum fines
of $25 or less are appealable to the
Driving Court only.
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60 MERC., 2 dr. one owner, new tires, GIRL WANTS room (with or without c
$160, 665-4896 N19 board) near campus for fall. Call 764- 12 cu. ft. Gibson freezer for
1885 aft. and eve. ED sale. Call Don Spencer at 662-3120. B24
MG TD 1953 reconditioned. Richard DAILY STAFFERS-Pick up your pay
Chadwick 665-3719. N23 cheeks by Fri., ready Thurs. FD
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.
ALFA ROMEO burgundy roadster, 51,000
mi., radio and heater, excellent cond,
must be seen. Call 662-4148. N15
KARMANN CHIA (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
VW 1957 convertible. Fire engine red.
Call Daenzer. 668-7288 evenings. N22
'59 RAMBLER 4D 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-
1962 CORVAIR Spyder convertible, 4-
speed, red with white top, low mile-
age. 663-8848. }N5
GOOD TRANSPORTATION. Chevrolet,
1954, 68,000 ml. $150. Ranch wagon,
1957. $125. Original owner, snowtires
on both. 668-6059. N10
'63 TRIUMPH TR3. White, w. wheels.
Excel. mech. cond. 764-6356 days. 663-
5693 night. Nil
VW 1962. Good cond. 33,000 miles. Radio
and heater. 662-4862. N6
MG 1100, 1963. Only 26,000 ml., 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 cz 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 A58-6007 bety.
TOUR iEUROPE THIS SUMMER. Visit
9 countries July 20-August 10. Jet
fare-hotels-meals. $629 complete.
Call or write Dennis Green, 26425
Coolidge, Oak Park, 48237. Call 541-
RIDE WANTED from vicinity of Ford
and Inkster Road. Hours: 8-5. 764-0464
DRIVING TO NEW YORK April 28 or 29
return May 1st. RIDERS wanted
either way. Call. Randy 764-4681 GD
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. 019
ANN ARBOR businessman driving to
N.Y. on Sat., Apr. 16, would like
compatible co. to share expenses.
NO 5-0823. 020
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; 109
S. University; 663-7151. i P31
RENT Y.ur TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in. all channel portables for
only $10 per nvinth. FREE service and
deivery. Phone 662-5671.F
THE KEN MACKENZI E
Featuring LUCI BECKER
at the Old Heidelberg
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check f'. Austin
Diamond. 1209 S. University. 663-7151.
DATING is more enjoyable with
TH E RIGHT PERSON
IBM Computer AND personal
interviews help us arrange
DATES YOU'LL REALLY ENJOY
Call 662-4867, write 216 S. State
for free brochure >r interview
MEALS-Monday, Tues., Thurs., 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.
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 tr e nation, con-
sequently this could be ,bore than
just a; part time job for the right
persnn. If you're 20, have use of a
car, and are bondable write William
D. Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
Lowest Rates, Student-specials
HI FI STUDIO
1319 S. Univ. NO 3.7242
S T.O.P. TOURS to Eurnpe please 100's
of students each summer. Many itin-
eraries. Little regimentation. No wor-
ries about luggage, hotels, customs, or
Call Merle, 668.9040
or best offer. Call 665-2750. Must sell.
UNIVERS1l Y MUnIC HOUSE INC.
518 William (Maynard House)
MUlIC- Domestic and Foreign
Musict Noks and all accessories
FOR SALE-Tires (2) new. Fire. 500
7.50 x 14. Bargain. Chuck 668-7501
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
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
ATTENTION BOATMEN! 1965, like new.
12' folding Klepper-Master boat. Sail-
boat, motorboat, rowboat all in one
Must sacrifice. NO 5-8956. B18
New three-drawer-$14 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-
gYes, TV's, new and used mattresses,
aedsteads, box springs, desks and
tables, rockers, carpets, lamps, many
Open 9 to 8 weekdays
9 tot5:30 Sat.
3360 Carpenter Rd. 663-9019
LOST AND FOUND
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
FOUND: April 8 in Aud. A-one pair
brown horn-rimmed girl's glasses, Se-
lecta brand. Call Bill, 665-6756. A17
CONTACTS FOUND Wednesday on the
Diag. Call 761-3484. AD
TYPING DONE in the home. Manu-
script, thesis, statistical or medical
typing. Dictaphone transcriber avail.
TUTOR OF FRENOH & GERMAN
Less'ins 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-
We have new and previously owned books
BUS. AD.-All courses
STUDQNT DOOK SGRVIC9
*Sorry, we don't have any Serbo-Croatian Books.
flips for decimal dots
by Stanton Petite
all gathered and tossed on
rayon/silk for your lively life from
morning until night.
White with block. Petite sizes 3-13. 18.00
Phillips Academy, Andover,
teacher on sabbatical needs
near University for the FALL
AND WINTER TERMS. Hope
for 4 bedrooms, good school
district. Will respect owners
property. Please write:
Andover, Mass. 01810
If you wish to have your
ad continue in May, you
must contact us again.
Classifieds will r e a p e n
Moy 2 at 10 A.M. If you
will not be on Campus
BANJOS. GI TIT A RS. AND BONGOS