THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an Center for Russian and East Euro- Student Identification Number Fall
official publicatiorn of the Univer- pean Studies Seminar-Leonard Scha- 1967: Effective for the fall term 1967,
sity of Micuigan for which The piro, professor of political science, Lon- the official student identification nuim-
Michigan Ilaily assumes no editor- don School of Economics and Political ber will be the social security number
la responsibIlity. Notices should be Science, "Lenin: A Political Assess- with a check digit assigned by the
sent in TVPI WLIttT'.N form to ment after 50 Years": Aud. A, Angell University. Any students who do not
Room 3566 Administration Bldg. be- Hall, 8 p.m. possess a social security number should
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding make application at the Ann Arbor
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday Hopwood Lecture: Robert Brustein, office (5th and Huron) or secure an
for Saturday and Sunday..General dean, School of Music Drama, Yalc, application at any post office. Upon
Notices may be published a maxi- "Classical Actions, Modern Eyes": to- receipt of this number, it is urged
mum of two tines on request; Day morrow evening Rackham Lecture Hall, that it be forwarded to the Registrar's
Calendar items appear once only. 8 p.m. Office for processing.
Student organizaltiur notices are not Concurrent with this change, all cur-
accepted for punuicti+n. For more School of Music Honors Recital - rent enrollments will receive a new
iniormation cat 164-9270. Amalia Joanou, violin: Recital Hall, student identification card prior to fall
School of Music, 8:30 p.m. registration. A card is only being em-
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 bossed for those who entered their so-
cial security number on their last rag-
y Calendar GeneralNotices IstratonnaireThese new cards wil
be available with the faill registration
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- University Staff Lot W-2: Enforce- The Registrar's Office should be no-
inar-"The Management of Managers": ment time will be extended from 6 tified as soon as practicable of all name
146 Business Administration, 8:15 a.m. a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday-Saturday noon. changes prior to the fall registration.
This notification will allow name chang-
Dept. of Anatomy Seminar - Arthur es to the new student identification
Spira, graduate student in anatomy, Students Electing Directed Educa- cards and materials.
"Ultrastructure of the Intercalated Disc tion in Special Education: For the fall,
in Auricular, Ventricular and Conduc- must verify in person by Fri., April May Festival Ushers: A few more ush-
tion Tissues of the Canine Heart": 2501 15, Special Education Office, 734 East (
East Medical Bldg., 4 p.m.. University. (Continued on Page 8)
For Direct Classified Ad Service, I'hoie 764-05 57
Monday through Friday, 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
FOR SAT E - '67 Cortina Englsh Ford,
auto. 2 dr sedlan, undercoatin~g flo-
through ventilation, cooling system,
la rge:u.ik. radio, snow tires, 1400
miles. bucket seats. $1975. Call Geor-
gaStarnles nt 764-5150 days or 761-
5075 evenlings. N35
'63 XK-E Roadster. 971-0896, N36
1962 COMET S-22. Excellent cond. 41.-
000 mi. 663-7237. N37
IMP English car '64. 662-8216. N3
1965 Super Hawk. Excellent cond. Extras
HI P W ~AIkT~Fl
P R SIWAL
CONN. CO-ED SUMMER CAMP
Interviewing specialized counselors.
Male: head water from (W.S.L).
water-skiing, pioneering, tennis, ath-
letics Female: Arts and crafts, up-
perclassmen and graduates call for
appointment. Andrea Marks 662-3225.
TEACHERS WANTED. $5400 up. Entire
West, Southwest, and Alaska. FREE
registration. Southwest Teachers A-
gency, 1303 Central Ave., N.E., Al-
burquerque, New Mexico. H15
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES, plea-
sant working conditions, good wages,
full time. Apply in person or call
665-6113. Mallory Lithographing, 4511
Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor. H25
MALE STUDENTS wanted to work eve-
ings .6-10. 665-8123. H23
FEMALES-Need attractive girls 18-25
as waitresses at CORAL GABLES.
2245 Woodward Ave.
Berkely, Mich. 398-7333
Apply between 12-3 p.m.
BLOOD DONORS 3
$7.50 for Ph positive. $10, $12 for Rh
negative' Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs..
Fri., 9-4; Wed. 1-7. 18-21 years old
need parent's permission. Michigan
Community Blood Center, 404 W
Michigan, Ypsilanti, Mich. 483-1894
NEW ENGLAND Brother and Sister
Camps in the heart of the beautiful
Berkshires at Kent, Connecicut. Re-
quire 60 men and women counselors
for full program of land and water
sports. Excellent facilities for tennis,
golf, skiing, dance, outdoor crafts,
nature, music, sailing. Upper class-
men and teachers preferred. Good
salaries. Write: Camp Leonard, Leon-
ore, Box 186, Lawrence, New York .
BOYS - BARTENDERS, I.D checkers HEY HANDSOME! How'd YOU like
and floor ten needed at CORAL to mike $40 an hour in New York
GABLES, 2245 Woodward Ave.. Berke- this urnmer for any seaslnf as aI
ly, Mich. Apply between 12-3 p.m. H21 male fashion model? Find out whatj
it, takes: tend photo with all st/es
PERSONAL to: l W WILLTAMS.240 East 46th St.
New York, New York 10017. F47
WILL TRADE U. Charter Europe flight
(May 20-Aug. 14) for UAC May-Aug. LAST flHAN(;E TO SUBLET
flightrr just trade return tickets 511 E. Hoover No. 10 for this summer
Call Harvey, 663-4F86. Leave message. Twin air conditioners, two floors, spi-
ral staircase, dishwashesr. garbene
VISIT MR. John Wig boutique. See disposal. and other conveniences ofc
how you may Tool' in one of our home. Call 665-5980. FF
glamorous wis, wiglets, or falls. All
select imported human hair. $19.95 THE STUDENT
and up. 510 S. Main. Phone 665-3366 APARTMENT EXCHANGE
F13 Introducing a new organization, owned
SUMMER ST7BI ET
EI need one girl to share modern 3-
man for summer. Five minutes from
cr mpus air-conditiutred, halconv
rod 'andlord. Call 'Ruth or Sue at
Wed., April 12, 8:00 P.M. Multipurpose Rm., UGLI
THE FUTURE OF NON-IOLENCE
DEVI PRASAD, born in Dehra Dun at the foot of the
Himalayas, graduate in Fine Arts from the Univer-
sity founded by Ravindra Nath Tagore. He took part
in the national freedom struggle and later joined
Gandhi's Centre of Basic Education, his work and
research leading to a book, Child Art and Education.
Currently General Secretary of War Registers' Inter-
national he has played a special role in creating a
dialogue between the pacifist movement and the
peace movements in Eastern Europe. Devi Prasad is
deeply convinced that a new politics must be created,
based on non-violent methods.
I had to let you know how much I
appreciated you being there on South
U. at 4 a.m. last Sunday morning.
HARVARD SQ. APT., Cambridge, Mass.
Graduating senior looking 'for room-
mates to share apt, beginning in
May. If interested call
(dinner time or after 11 p.m.)
YAMAHA, LDS-3, 250cc, 1966, black. 2200
miles complete with tools, tarp and
helmet. $550. Call Shef, 761-1345. FE
MEN AND WOMEN-Looking for a place
to live next fall? Try the Co-ops.
Applications available in Inter-Co-
operative Council office, 2546 SAB, or
call 668.6372. F
WAKE UP SERVICE-Have your phone
ring at any designated time-day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN!
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE.
665-8871 (24 hours). F
SCHATZE: This is an end and a begin-
ning for both of us.
Wilbur Rabbit F15
and operated by students and grad-
uates, recognizing student housing
VOLUNTEER TRAINING PROGRAM
for students interested in REAL ES-
TATE as a profession, FULL OR
PART TIME. Male and female. SUM-
MER POSITIONS. Available with ex-
cellent remunerations. NO 5-4063. F
VISIT 0111R WESTERN SHOP. Sale on
Jo-O-Kay leather lackets, Justin,
Tony Loma and Acme Boots. Sch-
neider Western Supply. 2635 Saline
Rd. Phone 663-0111. 1 mile south of
UM Stadium. FZ
NEED FOURTH GIRL to share fall
rpt., modern, 2 blocks from campus
$62.50/month. Call 764-1061. F20
8, 9, 10 P.M. F30
UNIVERSIITIY CHARTER FLIGHTS
$280 Detroit - London - Detroit. Open
to all students, faculty staff and
their immediate families. Few seats
remain - Call 761-9720, 6-8 p.m. F22
SEE EUROPE AND THE ORIENT '66 MG MIGET 8000 mi Brit. Rac On.
Tours any time, any place all summer Wire wheels. R&H, Luggage Rack,
Excellent accomodatiPns - sight see- Black Int. Excellent cond. $1600. 761-
tours Free time NO worry ahut hag- 2423. N29
gage and reservations. SI lI)EN'T -
--- - -- -------#- CHEVROLET Super Sport Convert. Au-
ROOM AND BOARD available for men tomatic F.M. V8 Perfect cond. 761-
665-3719 F30 5738. N30
NEED one, two, or three girls for sum-I 1958 MGA Roadster, good cond. Col
#mer suhiet. Great location, Across Chucoatco2-325.Call
from the East Engin and the Brown __Chuck at 662-3256.. N31
Jug. Mod. Bilevel. air cond. balcony 1964 TR 4 23,000 miles. Red wire wheels,
spiral staircase, .3 bd. rms . 2 baths wood dash, radio. Call 662-6263. N27
Disposal, TV, everything you could
want!! Inquire individually or in a TR 3 B '63 Excellent condition, Going
group, we want you! 761-6872. FD abroad. 761-4272, N26
OVER 25 PERCENT of our business 1958 FORD Feirlane 500-Good condi-
each year is inter-state. Find out tion. Call 761-3827. N24
why people travel 1500 miles to buy a
Diamond Engagement Ring in Ann 1 1961,FIAT Abarth Zagat to aluminum
Arort Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni- body, Michelin tires, 22 000 mi. A real
versity.__66_3-7151.______ collector's item. Best offer 668-9829.
OSTERWEIL CO-OP has a few spaces N19
for women to room and board. Only 1966 VW. Bahama blue, exc. cond. 4800
18 per week. Close to camptins. Own- miles one owner-have a look-con-
ed and run by students. Call or visit vince yourself. Call 665-6367. N15
338 E. .Jefferson. 662-4440. F44 ___________
WANTED - Female companion to 1963 CHEVROIET Impala convertible.
travel thru Europe during July and $1200. Call Fritz at 662-3256. NB
August. Call soon 662-6819 Carol. F42',
___________________ 63 VW-Body in very good cond. Good
Rent Your TV from NEJAC tires, rado, heater,eugine needs
GE and Zenith portables for only $10 __ ,$__C___-___,_- p.m.
per month. FREE service and delivery '63 VW-BODY in very good cond. Good
Phone 662-5671 NOW. 1 tires, radio, heater. Engine needs
work $350. Call 665-8351 bet. 5-8 pm.
LIVE IN A CO-OP this summer Fun. N3
Close to campus $18/wk room and __
board $12 Iwk board only. INTER- '63 VW good cond., good tires, radio
COOPERATIVE COUNCIL 2546 SAB, instructor. Day 665-9897, eve. 479-
668-6872. F34 4481 N47
LIMITED SUMMER POSI'TI0NS OPEN MOB '64 - wire wheels, radio, heater,
Sales and supervisory opportunity where Detroit. T143-0549. N45
PINE RIVER CANOE CAMP - a private
Michigan boys camp - is hiring male'
counselors who enjoy camping, can-
oeing etc. Call 662-3090 for appoint-
ment. High salaries. F25.
YEt, I'T'S TRUE. A limited supply of
the All-Ameria Gargoyle are still
available at Ralph's Market. F23
SINCE ALMOST all -GEM DIAMONDS
come from Africa, a brand label for a
ring mounting does not guarantee the
quality of the major diamond in the
ring. Austin Diamond-1209 S. Univer-
sity. 663-7151.. F2
UNIV. CHARTER- Europe Flight II.
Must sell 2 seats. Call NO 5-2730, 6-8
STROBE LIGHT For Rent
Call 662-2769 Presistently. F7
BRAND NEW 4-man, fantasticlocation
2 bedrooms, modern decor. Utensils
Eand dishes included, air-conditioned.
For information call 668-9045 or stop
in at 520 Packard No. 13. FC
TRAVEL OVERSEAS PROGRAM. For
more information call Nancy W. 662-
3225 8-9 p.m. F37
the successful write their own pay-
check! Michigan State student earned
OVER $2500.00 IN TEN WEEKS!! If
you will be 20 by June, have a car,
and are- eager to earn big money with
a natirnal corporation this might be
for YOU. To see if you can qualify,
call Mr. Jaffa at 764-5633. The District
Recruiter will be in Ann Arbor this
weekend and will be looking for four
ambitious, personable young men.
Can YOU qualify??? F
WHO??? .. .
M ay want a high pay opportunity?
O offers self-confidence and an
N eeds a $1000 CASH SCHOLARSHIP?1
E stablishes a high ca".ber of
Y OU DO!!!
If you will be at least 20 by June
and have a car, call Jon at 764-5633
Recruiter for. National Firm. In town
soon for limited time. Opportunity
knocks, just open the door, F B
ROOM AND BOARD'
EAT DELICIOUS HOMECOOKED food
this summer. Phi Alphma Kappa, E.
Ann, NO 2-4549. E42
ROOM & BOARD. Prof. frat. house.
Summer and fall. 761-5857. E32
ROOM AND BOARD available for men.
BABYSITTING -- Evenings, dishes, or
would consider staying with elderly
lady evenings in exchange for room
and board. Mon.-Fri. Centrally locat-
ed. References. White Box 15. E26
1962 VW Sunroof. Good mechanical and
clean condition. Lots, mileage. Best
offer over $650. Call Henry Kerr at
663-2108. 701 S. Forest. N37
HARLEY DAV IS Motorscooter. 1962.
Excel. cond. $230. NO 2-9361. Zlo
GETTING MA4RIED SOON?
Call Planned Parenthood for appoint-
ment. Call 663-3306. M42
For your dinner meetings, dances, or
banquets . . . excellent food and ac-
commodations for up to 140. Reason-
ably priced. Call Manager, Huron
Motor Inn, HU 3-1771, Ypsilanti. M
FOR SALE -
1 Empire Turntable
2 Dyna Mono Amplifiers (1 mo, old)
1 Dyna 120 watt Amp. Solid State
1 650 B. S. A. Motorcycle
2 Altoc Floor Speakers (2 mo. old)
1 Viking 88 Tape Deck
1 Scott Stereo Tuner (1 mo. old)
Call after 6:30 p.m. 761-3886 FA
Read and Use
for two weemks only s
Sunny a h Flat
Don'tyou think v
we're carrying this
ration a little too far?
Yellow, green, red, biscuit, navy, brown
or black.. .sassy little patent leathers
-and kidskins in a full range of costume-
complementing colors.. .now at savings.
jdC0 SORlS Mw
Spare Follett's. They've
always given us a good
deal on our used texts.
1 . 1 t~
Applications now being
corporation. Students 18
accepted for summer jobs with major
yrs. of age
and over wanted
marketing, sales promotion, and brand identification techniques
during summer period. High level executive management train-
ing courses given to qualified
first 3 wks. $130 per wk. plus
applicants. Salary $105 per wk. for
bonuses starting 4th wk.
win one of 15 $1,000
Work anywhere in U.S. or
Canada. Qualified students
may work overseas.
earr at least $1,500 for the
$3,000 and more.
Win all expense paid
holiday in Europe for
an entire week.
Follett's pays you
your used books
One of the most pleasant memories you'll have of
your college days is the warm glow you get when
you've sold your 'used textbooks to Follett's.
There's something about cold cash in a hot little
hand that get's you right here-in the pocket book.
After months of cramming things into your head,
there's a definite relief in cramming something
into your pocket.
Follett's does this not only because they dearly
love and understand students, but also because
they're in the book business-buying and selling
-in a big way. We need lots of books, and the
best way to get them is to offer the students more
money for them. We recondition used texts, but
bargains are a
real blast, too.
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