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PTMBER 24, 19609T TI MICHIGAN DAILY

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Gifts, grants and. bequests
totalling $770,878 were accepted
by the Regents yesterday.
The Regents accepted $200,000
from the Kresge Foundation in an
initial grant towards a $1,750,000
addition to the Kresge Medical
Research Building to house a
Hearing Research Institute.
From the estate of Mabel Her-
bert Harper. $127,000 was accepted
for the Lathrop Colgate Harper
Endowment Fund. Income from
this fund is for use by the Cle-
ments Library.
The Health Information Foun-
dation of New York has given
$50,000 representing the first pay-
ment on a grant of $126,095 for
a study of hospital costs.
The Regents also accepted $41,-
880 for National Science Foun-
dation graduate fellowships.
Panhel Forms
Study Group
Panhellenic Association will ac-
cept petitions next week for a
next week for a rush study com-
mittee, public relations director
Susan Stillerman, '62, announced
yesterday.
The affiliates' committee will
serve as a pool for information,
specific problems and suggestions
concerning a rush procedure for
the 1961-62 academic year.
Consultations will be held with
rush study committees organized
by Assembly Association and
Junior Panhellenic, but the cen-
tral problem-solving body will be
the Panhel group, Miss Stillerman
explained.

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Two payments on grants which
had been accepted from the W.
K. Kellogg Foundation were re-
ceived. One of these, for $23,876,
was the first payment on the
foundation's four-year commit-
ment to support a program to
prepare administrators for com-
munity and junior colleges.'
The second payment was for
$8,000 and was the fourth pay-
ment on a five-year commitment
for support of a program to train
teachers in the area of genetics.
The Ford Foundation has made
two grants totalling $23,092 with
$10,000 for a-conference to evalu-
ate the National Defense Educa-
tion Act graduate language fellow-
ship program to be held in Octo-
ber under the direction of Prof.
A. H. Marckwardt of the English
department. The grant for $13,092
covers a faculty research fellow-
ship in business administration.
Scholarship Fund Established
There were two grants accepted
from the Rockefeller Foundation.
A second semi-annual payment
of $22,958.64 was received for a
survey Research Center study
while a grant of $5,000 was given
by the foundation in appreciation
for the courtesies extended to
Rockefeller Foundation fellows
studying at the University.
The Regents accepted $20,000
from the estate of Genevieve C.
Bradley, and the Samuel Steward
Bradley Memorial Scholarship
Fund has been established. In-
come from the money is to be used
for one or more fellowships or
scholarships, preferably for grad-
uate students engaged in research
which may contribute to the ad-
vancement of the art and science
of aeronautics.

A second partial distribution of
the University's share of the es-
tate of William W. Stout, amount-
ing to $18,750 was accepted with
the money to be placed in the
William W. Stout Scholarship.
Searle Foundation has given
$18,000 for the Pharmacy Research
Building construction fund. $14,-
ooo was received from the Law-
yers Club Board of Governers with
$10,000 for the Laywers Club re-
search fund and $4,000 for legal
research salaries.
Two grants totalling $13,000
were accepted from Upjohn Com-
pany with $10,000 for research
in the pharmacy college and $2,500
for a fellowship in pharmaceutical
chemistry.
A total of $6,750 was accepted
from Parke Davis & Company with
the grants as follows: $2,500 for
a. fellowship in pharmacy, $3,750
for surgical research, and $500 to
establish a fund for allergy re-
search under the direction of Dr.
John M. Sheldon, Director of the
Department of Postgraduate Med-
icine.
Other gifts, grants and bequests
received were for amounts rang-
ing from $12,000 to $5.
I r ganizaton
Notices
International Folk Dancers, Picnic,
Dancing 1 p.m. till dark, Meal served
at 4 p.m., Sept. 25, West Park, Ann
Arbor.
Newman Club, Dunker's Hour (cider
and donuts) after Game, Sept. 24, 311
Thompson St.
NAACP, General Meeting, Sept. 25,
2 p.m., Union, 3R-S.

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Amour Research Pounaation, Chicago
-Professional openings for Engineers
(Electrical, Mechanical & Chemical);
Physicists & Chemists, Mathemati-
clans; Bacteriologists & Biochemists.
M.S. or Ph.D.'s required.
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., fduring the following
hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00
a~m. to 12:30 pa.
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
1-Married couple to live in, in ex-
change for room and board.
2-Salesmen-grad. students preferred
-commission basis.
3-Meal jobs.
1-Counter-clerk (10 a.m.-12 noon
Monday-Saturday).
1-Linotype operator (experienced).
4-Busboys (11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.)
1-Reader (Prefer Pol. Set. major, aft-
ernoons).
1-Pianist (Thurs., Frt., Sat. evenings)
1-Pianist (25 hours per wetk, after-
noons mostly evenings).
2-Waiters.
FEMALE
10-Guides--upperclass biological sci-
ence majors $3.00 per hour.
2-Full-time salespeople.
2-Room jobs.
3-Carhops.
2-Waitresses.
,-Switchboard operators (11 . p.m.-
12:30 a.m.)
1-Telephone solicitor (as many hours
as possible.)
2-Housework and Ironing (Hours
flexible).
4-Baby sitters (hours flexible).

FOR RENT
LAW STUDENT seeks roommate. $33 a
month, utilities included, 1 block#
from campus. 1108 Hill or NO 5-7930,
ask for Dan. C301
ROOMMATE WANTED. Three seniors
want fourth for apartment. Prefer
Upperclassman. NO 8-8214. C,
SOUTH FOREST furn apt. /One room
and kitchen and bath. For man or
woman student. Apt. could serve as
double. Call NO 2-5035 or NO 3-2800.
C29
LARGE single room near North Cam-
pus. $8. HU 2-4959. C28
WANTED: One or two men to share
large furnished apt. 1 block from
campus. $40 per month. Phone Ron
Nivnick, NO 3-1511, Ext. 2379 or NO
2-5725. 024

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Figure 5 average.words to a line.
CallI Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday-- Phone NO 2-4786

HOUSE-2 bedroom. New oil furnace.
Newly decorated. Furnished or unfur-
nished. $75 per month. Off Highway
23 between Ann Arbor and Brighton.
XL 6-8995. C25
TWO APTS for rent for 3 and 4. Fur-
nished. NO 3-4402. C23
For Four Boys or
A Family

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Freshly Decorated
Near Campus
Phone NO 3-5098
C9
FOUR-ROOM Partially furnished apart-
ment. Second floor. Ideal for two
graduate students or couple. Avail-
ablp Oct. 1st. Phone NO 8-9812 after
6 P.M. 015
NORTH STATE ST. Apt., 3 rooms. Un-
furnished. $80 plus lights. NO 3-$830.
C13
ONE BLOCK from campus - Modern
apartment. Newly furnished. NO 2-
1443. CIO
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 Eyestone, 1026
Oakland. NO 2-7415. C17
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA: Still avail-
able, 2 large rooms plus bath. Newly
furnislled and clean. Also 4 rooms and
bath on ground floor. Likewise newly
furnished and clean. Prefer non-smok-
era. NO 2-7705 or NO 8-8634. C5
FURNISHED APARTMENT. Consists of
a living room, dinette, kitchen, bed-
room. C6
THREE -ROOM APARTMENT Unfur-
nished. Close to Campus. Call NO 5-
8883 days. C3
PARKING SPACE and garage. One block
from campus. 514 8. Forest. Phone NO
2-1443. C8
CAMPUS 4 room furnished apt. Suitable
for 2 adults $95 or 3 $115. Including
utilities. NO 3-4322. c16

CUSTOM DRESSMAKINO: Alterations.
Elsa Schalk, 325 S. Ashley. NO 3-0726.
P1
ALTERATIONS - Mrs. Edith Uphaus.
1105 Spring. NO 2-2992. P2
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: On camapus. 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 JoAnnk
Lofstrom, NO 3-1561, Ext. 293. A41
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

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED out State to la
past expressway, daily at noon.;
sonable fee. N 03-1511, Ex. 3344.

'ti midnight.

J20

REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. J10

GR INNELL'S
81st Anniversary Specials
Brand new Grinnell "Holly" Piano
only $496
Make Grinnell's your piano
headquarters
Uprights from $69,

mile
Rea-
02

SEWING & IRONING done in my home.
NO 3-0688. J22
BEFORE we run them Oregonians out
of the stadium, visit Lumbards for
food, reading material and over-ripe
fruit suitable for throwing. Be Tough!
1225 S. University. J21
ON YOUR WAY TO THE GAME, buy
your cider at Ralph's Market, 709
Packard, NO 5-7131. Open every night

PERSONAL
FIRESIDE FORUM Fellowship. Single
young adults. "Christian as Voter"
Prof. Preston 'W. Slasson. Sunday,
Sept. 25, 7:30 p.m. First Methodist
Church, 120 S. State. P47
HY MABEL. Tired of your screaming
and yelling. I'm going to the musket
Mass Meeting. Sunday 7:30. Unon
Ballroom. Blackie. 746
BUSINESS and Economics Students!
Live Now. Prepare for the future. A
business professional fraternity is for
YOU. Delta Sigma Pi; Rushing Mon-
day and Tuesday - Bus. Ad Coffee
Lounge. 7:30 P.M. F4
2nd ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST
Don Woodward, Matt Holenen, Bill
Sanders, and Chuck Lchtignan will
go out with the 4 girls writing best
essays on "why I Want To Go Out
with Don, Matt, Bill and / or
Chuck." Entries must be postmarked
by midnight Oct. 28. Write ESSAY,
925 Church, AA. F44
ATTENTION: Beatniks, jocks, gradu-
ate engineers, , Hyde Park fanatics,
picketeers, BMOC's, intellects, neb-
ishes and even the average normal
(scarce as he may be) college student
are invited to the Homecoming Ma r
meeting tonight, 7:30 in the League
Ballroom. F39
ALL BLOCK 'M' members must wear
white shirts or blouses on Sat. F34
THINKING MEN play bongos-beauti-
ful girls respond. Bongos $35, new,
adjustable heads. NO 3-2989. F
The Michigan Business Staff invite.
you to join
This is the place to gain valuable
experience in
* .. Advertising
...Layout
...Finance
Accounting
... Pun
Attend any one of these Trainee
Meetings:
Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7:15
Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 4:15 and
7:15 F32
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 at
9 A.M.
VISIT Ann Arbor's only espresso coffee
house. P28
COMING Friday, Oct. 7. Carlos Montoya,
F27
AL YOUNG sings-Cafe Promethean
this Friday & Saturday. 9-12. r26
AMBASSADOR Civic Ballet Auditions.
Wednesday, October 5th, 8:30 P.M.
525 E. Liberty. NO 3-6633. All per-
formances at Lydia Mendelssohn. P24
OPPORTUNITIES-We . . .when Pop
says that boys now have a better
chance than when he was a kid, he's
right. Odds are that 70 out of 100
men have better opportunities than
their fathers had. F
FOR SALE
1 New CANON zm8 mv. camera; I
6&7 trans. radios; 1 used Swiss ptab.
printer. Apt. 3 or 6, 723 E. Kingsley.
Call 3-2684 Eves. & wkd. B19
WOMEN'S Raleigh Bicycle. Good condi-
tion, $25. Man's Victor English Race,
basket, lock, light, 1 yr. old. $35. NO
2-8278 or NO 3-8295. B18
EXACTA VAREX. Most modern of all
reflex cameras; 50 m.m. and 135 mm.
lenses and many other accessorie,
only a few weeks old, new cost $440,
must sell for $320 or best offer. Phone
NO 2-0200. BIT
THE TREASURE MART
529 Detroit NO 2-1363
Our invitation to visit a friently
new store handling articles on
consignment.nWedsell to you - or
for you - all kinds of furniture,
household items, dishes, silver, ap-
pliances, baby needs, toys, ice
sOates, and bicycles.
Come In and Browse
Weekdays 'til 5:30 P.M.
Mon. and Fri. til 9:00 P.M.

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Sunday 9:00 and 11:00 Worship Service.
10:00 A.M. Bible Study on Book of Acts.
6:00 P.M. Student Supper.
7.00 P.M. program "The Church at thel
versity." Student Panel.
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH.
State and Huron Streets, NO 3-0589
Rev. William C. Bennett, Th.M., Pastor

CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH
1131 Church St.
Dr. E. H. Palmer, Minister.
Morning Services, 8:45 and 11:00 A.M.
University Bible Class, 10:00 A.M.
Evening Worship Service, 7:00 P.M.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
216 Beakes St.
Welcomes Students
Rev. C. W. Carpenter, Minister.
9:30 AM. Sunday School
11:00 A.M. Morning Service
3:00 P.M. Afternoon service
7:30 P.M. Evening Service
5:30 P.M. BYPU

Uni-

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10:00 Church School.
8:45 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services,
Dr. Evan Welsh.
5:30 Student Guild.
5:45 Jr. and Sr. High Youth Groups.
7:00 Evening Service-Dr. Evan Welsh.
7:30 Monday through Friday.
Spiritual Life Conference with Dr. Welsh.

Sunday 9:45 Church School.
College Class taught by Professor Edgar
Willis.
11:00 Worship.
Sermon topic "The Continuing Reforma-
tion." Rev. Pickett preaching.
6:45 Student Fellowship. "Role Playing" as
on Introduction to the semester's theme
"Church Ethics."

State and William Streets
Dr, Fred E. Luchs, Minister.
Rev. Edgar Edwards, Student Minister.
Guild House at 524 Thompson.

DE SOTO, 1950. Great condition all
over. Call John Logan, NO 2-6436. N24
1956 WHITE FORD, customline 2-door,
automatic transmission, radio, heater,
white walls, excellent condition. NO
3-5355. N23
1957 V.W for immediate sale. Sunroof,
radio. $925 or best offer. NO 3-8825.
N22
RENAULT DAUPHINE. Excellent con-
dition. Heater & defroster. 13,000
miles. Call NO 3-2633. N21
MGA '59 all acc. under 10,000 miles.
Perf. cond. $1850. Det. KE 7-3287.
N1
BORG WARD. 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. N17
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. N9
'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
'59 OPEL. Perfect condition. $1350. NO
2-8476, N1o
RENAULT DAUPHINE, '60, udider 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 '56, Exc. cond. Ra-
dio and heater, Michelin-X tires, low
mihage, 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. N6

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.
MORRILL'S
314 5. State St. NO 3-2481
J13
Do you have trouble getting
AUTO INSURANCE?
If-so-See-Us
HARRY LEE FRENCH INSURANCE
305 E. Liberty - NO 2-3440
31
ROOM AND BOARD
APARTMENT for three boys. Located
on Hill St. Furnished, and all utilities
paid. Call NO 8-9538 after 8:00 P.Mi.
E19
PRIVATE ROOM and bath in faculty
home. 2% miles from campus. Break-
fast and laundry if desired. NO. 2-
7077. E18
ROOMMATE wanted to share excep-
tional two bedroom apartment. Cam-
pus area. Modern furnishings. Off-
street parking. Call NO 2-9467. E17
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.
E15
WORKING GIRL or a student to live
with us. Room and board in exchange
for light work, mainly baby-sitting.
Call after 3:30, NO 2-2462. Eli
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
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 Manager
at NO 2-8312 for particulars. El
BOARDERS wanted for fraternity. 1000
Oakland. NO 2-9431. E3

LAMBRETTA '125' good con

LAMBRETTA O25'
Pone N 3203

gaud con

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: Lidll (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 2-8156.
B11K
DON'T DELAY Purchase your tickets
for the Shelley Berman concert now.
B10
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

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MISCELLANEOUS
CAFE PROMETHEAN open 11 A.M. on
football Saturdays. .. M2
CLARENCE BYRD TRIO plays jazz at
the Cafe Promethean every Sunday
night. Mi
HELP WANTED-Mate

SMALL DUNCAN PHYPE mahogany

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