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German: All graduate students desir-
ing to fulfill their foreign language re-
quirement by passing the written exam-
ination given by Professor Lewis must
first pass an objective screening exam-{
ination. The next administration of
the object screening examination will
be on Wednesday, September 28, from
7 p.m. 'until 9 p.m. In Auditorium C,
Angell Hall. Within 48 hours after the
examination the names of the students
who have passed will be posted on the
Bulletin Board outside the office of
Professor Lewis, the Examiner in For-
eign Languages, Room 3028, Rackham
Building.I
Students desiring to fulfill the Grad-
uate School's requirement In French
and German are alerted to an alter-
natW path. A grade of B or better in
Freneh 12 and German 12 will satisfy
the foreign language requirement. A
grade of B or better in French 11 and
German 11 is the equivalent of having
passed the objective screening exam-
ination.
Applications for Fulbright Awards for
Graduate Study during the 1961-62
academic year are now available.
Countries in which study grants are+
offered are Australia, Austria, Belgium-
Luxembourg, Brazil, Chile, China, Co-

lombia, Denmark. Ecuador. Finland,.
France, Germany. Greece, Iceland, In-
dia, Iran, Ireland. Italy. Japan, Neth-
erlands, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Phil-
ippines, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Tur-;
key. United Arab Republic, United
Kingdom, and United Kingdom Colonial
area. The grants are made for one
academic year and include round-trip
transportation, tuition, a living allow-
ance and a small stipend for books
and equipment. All grants are made
in foreign currencies.
Interested students who are U.S. citi-
zens and hold an A.B. degree, or who
will receive such a degree by June
1961, and who are presently enrolled
in the University of Michigan, should
request application forms for a Ful-
bright award at the Fellowship Office,
Room 110, Graduate School. The clos-
ing date for receipt of applications is
October 24, 1960.
Persons not enrolled in a college
or university in the spring and,/or fall
of 1960 should direct inquiries and
requests for applications to the Insti-
tute of International Education, U.S.
Student Program, 1 East 67th Street,
New York 21, New York. The last date
on which applications will be issued
by the Institute is October 15, 1959.
Applications for Inter-American Cul-
tural Convention Awards for graduate
study in Latin America during the

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1961-62 academic year are now avail-
able. Countries in which study grants
are offered are Bolivia, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti,
Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama,
Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela. Grantees
are chosen by the host government of
each country from a panel presented
by the United States Government. The
United States Government pays travel
cost and the host governments pay
maintenance allowances and tuition
fees. Grants generally are for one
academic year, but some may extend
for twelve months.
Interested students who are U.S. citi-
zens and hold an A.B. Degree or who
will receive such a degree by June,
1961, and who are presently enrolled
in the University of Michigan, should
request application forms at the Fel-
lowship Office, Room 110, Graduate
School. The closing date for receipt
of applications is October 24, 1960.
Persons not enrolled in a college
or university in the spring and/or fall
of 1960 should direct inquiries and re-
quests for applications to the Institute
of International Education, U.S. Stu-
dent Program, 1 East 67th Street, New
York 21, New York. The last date on
which applications will be issued by
the Institute is Oct. 15, 1960.
The following student-sponsored So-
cial events have been approved for the
coming weekend. Social chairmen are
reminded that requests for approval
for social events are due in the Office
of Student Affairs not later than 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday prior to the
event.
September 23, 1960
Alpha Kappa Alpha Party, 1702 Hill
Street.
Phi Delta Phi Party, 502 E. Madison.
Theta Chi Record Dance, 1351 Wash-
'tenaw.
Theta Delta Chi Record Dance, 700
State Street.
Tau Delta Phi Party, 2015 Washtenaw
September 24, 1960
Alpha Chi Sigma Party, 1319 Cam-
bridge.
Alpha Delta Phi Record Dance, 556
S. State.
Alpha Kappa Lambda Record Dance,
927 E. Forest.
Alpha Sigma Phi Record Dance, 920
Baldwin.
Alpha Tau Omega Dance, 1415 Cam-
bridge.
Chi Phi Party, 1530 Washtenaw.
Delta Sigma Delta Party, 1502 Hill,
Delta Upsilon Dance, 1331 Hill.
Gomberg House, S. Q. Open Dance,
South Quadrangle.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity Record
Dance, 806 Hill,
Lloyd House, W. Q. Dance, West
Quadrangle.
Nu Sigma Nu Dinner & Dance, 1015
E. Huron.
Phi Alpha Kappa Party, 1010 E. Ann.
Phi Delta Phi Party, 502 E. Madison.
Phi Delta Theta Dance, 1437 Wash-
tenaw,
Phi Epsilon Pi Dance, 1805 Washte-
naw.
Phi Kappa Psi Dance, 1550 Washte-
naw.
Phi Kappa Sigma Party, 907 Lincoln.
Phi Rho Sigma Dance, 220 N. Ingalls.
Phi Sigma Delta Party, 1808 Hermi-
tage.
Ji Lambda Phi Party, 715 Hill.
Pat Omega Dance, 2031 Hill.
Sigma Alpha Mu Dance, 800 Lincoln.
Sigma Chi Bermuda Party, 548 S.
State.
Sigma Phi Epsilon Party, 733 S. State.
Theta Chi Record Dance, 1351 Wash-
tenaw
Trigon Fraternity Dance, 1617 Wash-
tenaw.
Wenley House Dance, West Quad-
rangle.
Winchell House Party, West Quad-
rangle.
Zeta Psi Record Dance, 1443 Wash-
tenaw
Phi Gamma Delta Dance, 707 Oxford.
September 25, 1960
Tau Epsilon Phi Open House, 915
Oakland.
Van Tyne House Sock Hop, 600 E.
Madison.
International Folk Dancers Picnic-
Folk Dance, West Park.
Events Saturday
Doctoral Examination for Morton
Harold Friedman, Chemical Engineer-
ing; thesis: "A Study of Consecutive
Competitive Reaction Systems," Sat.,
Sept. 24, 3201 East Engineering Bldg.,
at 9:30 a.m. Chairman, R. R. White,
Placement Notices
B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio-Di-
rector of Market Development, Aviation
Products Division. Graduate Engineer;
aircraft & industry sales-engineering
experience required in addition to
supervisory & managerial experience.
Age 40-45 preferred.
Bemis Bro. Bag Co., St. Louis-Seek-
Ing 2 young men under age 30 for
Personnel Asst and Market Analyst
positions. M.A. degree in Bus. Admin.
or Social Sciences. Pertinent experience
preferred, but not essential.
Wyman P. Fiske-Opportunity for
Chief Engineer, age 37-45; experienced
in product design and development at
managerial level, for client firm manu-
facturing electro - mechanical com-

ponents. Midwest location.
Walker Mfg. Co., Racine Wisc. --
Executive Director, Racine Family Serv-

ice Agency. M.A. in Social Work plus
about 5 yrs. experience.
Photographic Division of large cor-
poration in Detroit has openings for
3 recent graduates for Copywriting, Ad-
vertising Production and Sales. Men
with B.A. in Journalism, Liberal Arts
or Bus. Admin. No experience neces-
sa ry.
Blaw-Knox Co.-Four 4) openings
for Mechanical or Industrial Engineers
at Aetna-Standard Division, Pittsburgh:
and 2 plant Industrial Engineers plus
a Sales Engineer for Foundry & Mill
.Machinery plants at Wheeling and Ch-,i-
cago. Minimum 5 yrs. experience, for
all positions.
Defiance County Mental Health
Ass'n., Ohio-Psychologist for staff of
Maumee Valley Guidance Center Clinic.
Defiance, Ohio.
Detroit Office of large corporation
requires a Personnel Ass't for work
in statistics. research. & labor rela-
tions. Recent graduate: M.B.A. or B.A.
in social sciences or economics witht
some drafting courses. Male.
WBBF Radio Station, Rochester, N.Y.
News Announcer. Recent graduate in
Journalism: male, with pleasant voice.
Some experience preferred but not es-
sential.
Federal Civil Service-The 1961 An-
nouncement of Positions and applica-
tions have been received at the Bureau
of Appointments. There will be six
examinations given throughout the
year. The first will be held October.
15. for which applications must be
filed by Sept. 29, 1960.
Please contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 4021 Admin. Bldg. for
further information. Ext. 3371.
Student Part-Time
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be -made in the Non-;
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Admin. Bldg., during the following
hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00
a m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Bill
Wenrich. Student Interviewer at NO
3-1511. ext. 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 1020, daily.
MALE
20-Psychological subjects.
1-Married couple to live in, in ex-
change for room and board.
2-Salesmen-grad. students preferred
-commission basis.
4-Meal jobs..
1-Counter-clerk (10 a.m.-12 noon1
Monday-Saturday).
1-Linotype operator (experienced).
3-Busboys (11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.).
2-Readers (Prefer Pol. Sci. major,-
afternoon).
1-Pianist (Thurs., Fri., Sat, evenings)
FEMALE
12-Guides--upperclass biological sc-
ence majors $3.00 per hr.
s-Full-time salespeople.
3-Room jobs.-
2-Carhops.
4-Waitresses.
2-Switchboard operators (11:30 p.m.-
12:30 a.m.).

HELP WANTED
THE UNIVERSITY
OF
MICHIGAN
still hos a few
SECRETAR IAL
VACANCIES
requiring good typing, dictaphone
or shorthand skills, and previous
office experience. Positions are
available on both a full-time and
half-time basis; applicants must be
able to work at least two years.
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Applicants should apply directly to:
Employment Services
Personnel Office
1020 Administration Building
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H10
CARE FOR 1% year old child. Modern
campus apartment. Tues., 8:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. Thurs. 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.;
excellent salary, additional sitting
hours available. NO 3-9572. H12
APPLICATIONS being taken for pos-
sible positions as MICHIGAN DAILY
paper boys. Average $14 a week, morn-
ing delivery, no collecting. NO 2-
3241, ask for office mgr. H9
WANTED: Responsible girl to fix lunch
and sit for 2 girls, 5 and 7, Monday,
Wed., Fr., near noontime. Transpor-
tation provided. Call NO 2-9224 eve-
nings. Salary open. H8
LAUNDRESS for girl's weekly personal
clothes. Will deliver and pick up. Call
NO 3-1561, Ext. 1353. H6
STUDENTS AND YOUNG WOMEN
18 years and over
to work part time: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or
1 p.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Telephone
inquiries from our office. Salary.
Located at E. Liberty and Division.
For interview call NO 2-6941. H7
HELP WANTED: Assistant Librarian-
Cataloger. Excellent opportunity for
woman with M.L.S. or equivalent ex-
perience. Current responsibilities: cat-
aloguing, classification, inter-library
loans, subject files. Some experience
and science background desirable. Ex-
cellent working conditions in beauti-
ful modern library serving depart-
ments of chemistry, clinical investi-
gation, and pharmacology. North
Campus. Salary commensurate with
training and experience. Liberal ben-
efit program. Send complete resume
to Technical Employment Manager,
Parke-Davis & Co., Research Division,
Ann Arbor. H2

BUSINESS SERVICES
VISIT LUMBARDS - The only place in
Ann Arbor with a pleasant atmos-
phere for free. 1225 S. University. J18
Pickles and strawberry ice cream?
Anything your little heart desires,
Ralph has got 1.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7131
Open every night 'til midnight!
J19
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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.31.

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ROOM AND BOARD
WORKING GIRL or student to live in.
Room & Board in exchange for light
work, mainly baby sitting. Call after
3:30. NO 2-2462. E16
ROOME CLOSE TO CAMPUS. $6-7.
Linen furn. 1319 Hill St. NO 2-6422.
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WORKING GIRTL or a student to live
with us, Room and board in exchangef
for light work, mainly baby-sitting.
Call after 3:30. NO 2-2462. El1
WANTED: girl graduate student to
share room in new apartment. Full
use kitchen and living room. $37.50
a month. 718 Lawrence. Phone NO 5-
5125 or NO 3-0787. E12
CAMPUS AREA. Rooms for men. 220 S.
Ingalls, between U of M library and
the Rackham building. E9
FOR OVERNIGHT or special occasion
guests, a large, pleasant room in pri-
vate home. Mrs. Harold Andrus, 1002
Hutchins, NO 8-7493 or NO 3-0765. E8
ROOMS FOR MEN: 422 Hamilton Place.
NO 3-0410. Graduate student-oper-
ated E4
BOARD near campus. Reasonable rates,
Any or all males. Medical fraternity,
1315 Hill. NO 2-2252. E5
DOUBLES and SINGLES. 509 S. Divi-
sion. Call NO 8-6757. ElO
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY at 1319
Cambridge has space for six roomers,
this fall. Rates $7.50 per week, bed
linen furnished, Excellent meals avail-
able. Laundry facilities, dry cleaning
discount, etc. Phone House Manager1
at NO 2-8312 for particulars. E1
BOARDERS wanted for fraternity, 1000
Oakland. NO 2-9431, E3

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Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at its Meeting of
September 21, 1964
Approved: Minutes of previous meeting.
Approved: Procedure for appointments,
Committee on Membership in Student
Organizations.
Appointments: Committee on Referral
for terms to expire September 1961:
Walter Faggett. Jean Hartwig.
Selections Committee for the Com-
mittee on Membership: Arthur Rosen-
baum.
Approved action taken since the last
meeting as follows:
Renewal of Student Health Insur-
ance underwritten \by the American
Casualty Company and administered
by the Detroit Insurance Company.
Calendaring of the Challenge Collo-
quium Nov. 18, 19, 20.
Approval: June 27, July 23 India Stu-
dents Association, showing of docu-
mentary films, Rackham Amphitheater,
Sept. 22 Challenge program, Harold
Taylor, Rackham Lecture Hill (cal-
endared and approved).
Temporary recognition to July 14 for
"Students for Stevenson" prior to the
Democratic Convention.
Interim action by Executive Commit-
tee" Sept. 21 International Student As-
sociation, panel discussion on the Con-
go, Undergrad Library; Sept. 24 As-
sembly Association, I-Hop, League
Ballroom (Previously calendared).
Approved distribution of 1959 Home-
coming profits as follows: $100 to
Challenge; tCe balance to be applied
to the J-Hop 1958, 1959 deficit.
Approved: Appropriation of $200 to
be used to pay an office manager and
typist for the first semester 1960-61.
Activities approved: Sept. 30, ISA,
dance, Women's Athletic Bldg., 8-12.
Oct. 11, Young Friends, Congregation-
al E. and R. Disciples, Presbyterian
Student Fellowship in cooperation with
Office of Religious Affairs, Ann Arbor
Friedns Meeting, AA Committee on
Sane Nuclear Policy, and Women's In-
ternational League for peace and Free-
dom, play "Which Way the Wind?"
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8:30 p.m.
Approved sending of letter to stu-
dent organizations by SOC relating to
this program.
May 12, 13, Men's Glee Club con-
certs, Hill Auditorium (previously
calendared).
Adopted election rules for fall, 1960;
approved following elections calendar:
Sept. 30-Petitioning opens.
Oct. 7-Campaign materials may be
posted.
Oct. 28-Petition deadline, 5 p.m.
Oct. 30-Nov. 6-Open houses.
Nov. 7-Election expenses to be sub-
mitted.
Nov. 8-9-Election.
9-Count night.
11-Seating of new members.
Activities calendared:
Sept. 24--Bike Auction, 9-10:30 a.m.
Oct. 14-Folklore Society concert.
Feb. 11-IFC-Panhellenic Jazz Con-
cert (change of date from Nov. 22, as
previously calendared).
Accepted the revised constitution of
the Wolverine Club, incorporating this
organization as a related board of
Student Government Council,
Received a report from the Human
Relations Board.

REGISTERED TISSUE TECHNICIAN or
equivalent training. Full time work
in pathology laboratory. Duties in-
clude routine sectioning and staining
of animal tissues. Excellent salaries
and benefits. Send complete resume
to Technical Employment Manager,
Parke-Davis & Co., Research Division,
Ann Arbor. HI
HELP WANTED-Male
MALE STUDENTS with cars wanted to
deliver newspapers on Sundays and/or
week days. Phone NO 3-6352. Y6
BUS BOYS wanted. NO 2-2252. Medical
fraternity. Y4
Trombone Man and Banjo Man
DIXIELAND
Wanted. Please call Tom Lough.
NO 3-0807 or Univ. ext. 421W.
Y1
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-a red ladies' wallet, Sun. night,
Sept. 18, about 10 P.M. on William
St. or Thompson St. between- the
Cottage Inn and the University
Parking lot. Suitable reward if con-
tents intact. Please call after 6 P.M.
5-7463. A6
LOST: Oncamapus. Letter containing
school records of Foreign Student.
Address reads: Theodore Chucales,
Athens, Greece. Please call NO 2-
3725 evenings. A5
LOST? To find yourself try the Michi-
gan Daily. Just find a telephone and
dial NO 2-3241. A3
LOST: Between Lloyd and Music School,
lady's blue leather wallet containing
all identification papers. Call JoAnn
Lofstrom, NO 3-1561, Ext. 293. A4
LOST: 30 weeks of dull, unimaginative
extra-curricular activity. If found,
call NO 2-3241 (Student Publications
Bldg.) for further information and
reward. Al
FOUND: 30 weeks (a full school year)
of interesting, newsy reading. This
was found on the Diag June 6, 1960,
and the owner is wanted desperately.
Please call NO 2-3241 for information,
and find a year's DAILY subscription
as a reward (only $7.00 too). A2
BIKES and SCOOTERS
1957 LAMBRETTA Scooter. Model 150-D.
Call evenings NO 2-1693. Z3
1959 ITOM motor bike, very good condi-
tion ,1800 miles. $145. NO 5-5855. Z4
MOBELETTE Motor Scooter. 1959. Like
new. Cost $200. Sell for $100. NO 2-
8118. Z2
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat- t
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. FF2

CAFE PROMETHEAN now open every
afternoon at 3 P.M. J15
BROOKMORE PROMOTIONS of New
York now offers to U of M students a
complete line of party favors and
novelties at new low prices. Contact
Harvey Ruben, 1805 Washtenaw. J16
Buy your Typewriters
Rent your Typewriters
Have your typewriters repaired at
a typewriter store which has been
serving the Michigan campus for
more than 52 years.
MORRI LL'S
314 S. State St. NO 3-2481
J13
USED CARS
RENAULT DAUPHINE. Excellent con-
dition. Heater & defroster. 13,000
miles. Call NO 2-2633. N21
MGA '59 all acc. under 10,000 miles.
Perf. cond. $1850. Det. KE 7-3287,
N19
BORGWARD. Mint 59 German luxury
compact. Sacrifice. NO 5-7627 or NO
2-6272. N20
BLACK '54 OLDS convertible. Red
leather seats, new top. Good rubber.
Never wintered in Michigan, so no
rust. Phone NO 2-2466. N1 7
1955 FORD, 4 door, automatic transmis-
sion, radio, heater, motor excellent
condition, new battery. NO 2-4717 aft-
er 7 p.m. N18
1955 PLYMOUTH 2 door with overdrive.
$350 or best offer. NO 2-3426. N14
1940 PLYMOUTH. Business coupe. Ex-
ceptional. HA 6-8183 after 3 P.M. N16
VW '60 (June), Green, sun-roof, extras.
$1595. NO 5-8188. N91
'53 STUDEBAKER HT, overdrive, good
tires, good transportation. Yours for
$109.95. Phone NO 2-8444 after 5:00
p.m. N8
'58 RENAULT DAUPHINE. White walls,
radio, excellent shape. $950 or best
offer. Call NO 3-0147 after 5. N12
1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. hardtop. Pow-
er steering, etc. $2750. NO 3-7443. N11,
'59 OPEL. Perfect condition. $1350. NO
2-8476. N10
RENAULT DAUPHINE, '60, under 7000
miles, automatic clutch, radio, white,
$1570. DUnkirk 3-7550. Melvindale.
Call 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. N1
END PARKING, transportation woes!
Buy my 1957 Allstate (Vespa) Cruis-
aire scooter. Thrifty. Excellent cond.
Extras. $200. NO 5-6557. N4
MERCEDES 1952. Sunroof, whitewalls,
radio, heater, body good condition.
Needs minor engine repair. NO 2-
8118. N7
TRIUMPH TR3, Late '50, Exc. cond. Ra-
dio and heater, Michelin-X tires, low
miwge, never raced. 2364-17. Bishop,
Northwood Apts. NO 5-5143. N2
'59 JAPANESE TOYOPET. A fully
equipped black beauty: 33 MPG.
$1275. NO 8-8163. N16
ALTERATIONS
CUSTOM DRESSMAKING: Alterations.
Elsa Schalk, 325 S. Ashley. NO 3-0726.
P1
ALTERATIONS - Mrs. Edith Uphaus.
1105 Spring. NO 2-2992. P2
Do you have trouble getting
AUTO INSURANCE?
If-so--See-Us
HARRY LEE FRENCH INSURANCE
305 E. Liberty - NO 2-3440
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PEOPLE who like to eat have long de-
pended on Alpha Chi Sigma frater-
nity for excellent meals. Phone the
House Manager for particulars andi
reservations at NO 2-8312, E2
FOR SALE
THE TREASURE MART
529 DetroitTNO 2-1363
Our invitation to visit a friently
new store handling articles on
consignment. We sell to y oul -or
for you -- all kinds of furnituire,
household items, dishes, silver, ap-
pliances, baby needs, toys, ice
skates, and bicycles.
Come In and Browse
Weekdays 'til 5:30 P.M.
Mon. and Fri. 'til 9:00 P.M,
B16
LAMBRETTA '125' good condition.
Phone NO 3-2083. B15
MOUTON COAT, size 14-$25; Gold and
Beige tweed carpeting and pad. 12 x 12
-$75; portable typewriter $35. NO 3-
5465. B14
FRENCH HORN: Lidli (Czechoslovaki-
an) Post War model. Will bargain.
Call Charlie. NO 2-8575. B13
REFRIG. Frigidaire, 2 dr. Comm. $75.
Stove, Roper 6 burner, dbl. oven, $25.
Ply. 56 Blvd. 4 dr. HT $475. NO 2-6156.
B11
DON'T DELAY! Purchase your tickets
for the Shelley Berman concert now.
B10
SMALL DUNCAN PHYFE mahogany
drop-leaf dining table with pads. $20.
Call NO 2-4736. B
REFRIGERATOR: Frigidaire. 11 cu. ft.
with freezer. Best offer. NO 3-7443.
B8
1960 HARLEY-DAVIDSON motor scoot-
er. Phone NO 5-5906 after 4 P.M. B1
English Bikes - 38.95
Generators $4.40 Saddle baskets $3.59
Western Auto-119 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-6994
B2

MISCELLANEOUS
CAFE PROMETHEAN open 11 A.M. o)
football Saturdays. u
CLARENCE BYRD TRIO plays jaMs a
the Cafe Promethean every Sunda.
night.
PERSONAL
A PROFESSIONAL connection is mone
in your pocket: Delta Sigma P, PrO
fessionat Business Fraternity, W
rush Monday and Tuesday--Bus. Ad
Coffee Lounge. 7:30 P.M. All wel
come.
NEPTUNE DARLING,
Only one more day until I-Hop.
Your Loving, Siren
WE KISSED and met at the MUSEN
Mass Meeting, Sunday 7:30 P.M. Un
ion Ballroom, N4
JADiE,
Happy Birthday - Bill. N
ATTENTION: Beatniks, jocks, gradu
ate engineers. Hyde Park fanatite
picketeers, BMOC's, Intellects, nob
ishes and even the average norms
(scarce as he may be) college studen
are invited to the Homecoming a
meeting tonight, 7:0 in the Leag
Ballroom. F)
ALL BLOCK M' members must lea
white shirts or blouses on Sat. F3
THINKING MEN play bongos-beauti
ful girls respond. Bongos $35, new
adjustable heads. NO 3-2989.
The Michigan Business Staff invit
you to join
This is the piace to gain valuabi
experience in
. . .Advertising
.. , Layout
.. .Finance
. .. Accounting
.. .Fun
Attend any one of these Trains
Meetings:
Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7:15
Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 4:15 aiV
7:15 F)
TIRED OF WALKING?
Come to. the SOC Bike Auction,
Sat, morning at the loading dock of
the S.A.B. Look over the bikes
from 8-9 A.M, Auction begins a
9 A.M.
VISIT Ann Arbor's only espresso coffe
house. P2
COMING Friday, Oct. 7. Carlos Montoys
AL YOUNG sings-Cafe Promethea
this Friday & Saturday. 9-12. P
AMBASSADOR Civic Ballet . Auditions
Wednesday, October 5th, 8:30 P.#
525 E. Liberty. NO 3-6633, All per
Ptrmances at Lydia Mendelssohn F)
ANYONE WHO SAW an accident at thf
Southwest corner of Church ani
South Univ. on Sept. 15, at 11 A.
please call Rm. 2424, NO 5-7711, P2
OPPORTUNITIES-We . . . when Po
days that boys now have a bette
chance than when he was a kid, '
right. Odds are that 70 out of 10
men have better opportunities tha
their fathers had. Pi
FOR RENT
LAW STUDENT seeks roommate. $33i
month. utilities included, 1 bloel
from campus. 1108 Hill or NO 5-790
ask for Dan. Q3
FURNISHED lake side 2 bedroom houn
$50. UP 8-3545 evenings. 03
ROOMMATE WANTED. Three senioi
want fourth for apartment. Prefe
upperclassman. NO 8-8214. 4
SOUTH FOREST furn apt. One roon
and kitchen and bath. For man O
woman student. Apt. could serve a
double. Call NO 2-5035 or NO 3-2800
02
GIRL TO SHARE APT. Have own roo
1 blocks from campus. NO 3-603
710 E. University, apt. 1. 02
LARGE single room near North Cam
pus. $8. HU 2-4959. 02
ROOM TO RENT to grad student. 214'
Packard. NO 3-5941. 02'
WANTED: One or two men to sh
large furnished apt. 1 block IrMM
campus. $40 per month. Phone o
Nivnick, NO 3-1511, Ext. 2379 or NC
2-5725. 02
HOUSE--2 bedroom. New oil furnace
Newly decorated, Furnished or unfur
nished. $75 per month. Off Highwa
23 between Ann Arbor and Brightn
LARGE ROOM in private home o
male upperclassman or graduate sti.
dent. Recently decorated. One mtu
from campus. NO 2-0791. 02
TWO APTS for rent for 3 and 4. Fur
nished. NO 3-102. 02

For Four Boys or
A Family
THREE BEDROOM
FURNISHED HOME
Freshly Decorated
Near Campus
Phone NO 3-5098
I C9
FOUR-ROOM Partially furnished apart-
ment. Second floor. Ideal for two
graduate students or couple. Avail-
able Oct. 1st. Phone NO 8-9812 after
6 P.M. 1c
NORTH STATE ST. Apt., 3 rooms. Un-
Ifurnished. $80 plus light.. NO 3-5830
ONE BLOCK from campus - Modern
apartment. Newly furnished. NO 2-
1443. 01C
GRAD STUDENT offers rooms in home
Doubles for men, linen, cleaning
phone, refrigerator; new floors, drapes
mattresses. 2 blocks south of Bus. Ad
via Tappan. Maynard Eystone, 1024
Oakland. NO 2-7415. C17
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA: Still avall-
able, 2 large rooms plus bath. NeWi
furnished and clean. Also 4 rooms and
bath on ground floor. Likewise newly
furnished and clean, Prefer non-mok-
ers. NO 2-7705 or NO 8-8834. C5

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9730. B4
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: VW Convertible. NO 2-7884.
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BANJOS. GUITARS and BONGOS
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords--$7.95;soks Rental Purchase Plan
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies. PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
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