SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SGC Grants Recognition,
FHears Report On Driving
Student Government Council
approved recognition of the Stu-
dents for Kennedy and heard a
report from the Driving Code Re-
vision Committee as its meeting
Students for Kennedy were
granted ad hoc recognition and
will affiliate with Yount Citizens
for Kennedy led by Gov. G. Men-
nen Williams and Michigan Citi-
zens for Kennedy-Johnson, led
by University Regent Samuel K.
Ronald Bassey, '61 BAd., pre-
sented the report of the commit-
tee on driving regulations which
Plan S peech
Ptof. John K. Galbraith, o
Harvard University, economic ad-
visor to Democratic candidate
Sen. John F. Kennedy, will ad-
dress the Ann Arbor Business and
Professional Society at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the Ann Arbor High
The topic of his speech will be
"Kennedy or Nixon: Is there a
"University students are espe-
cially invited to attend," Judith
Bergson, '61, co-chairman of Uni-
versity Students for Kennedy,
A chartered buss will leave Alice
Lloyd at 7:50 p.m. and the Union,
at 8:10 p.m. for Ann Arbor High
School. There wil be a 25 cent
charge for bus fare.
Sidney F. Giles, assistant uni-
versity carillonneur, will give a
concert at 7:15 p.m. today.
He will play the following com-
positions for carillon: "Preludium
en Fuga" by B. J. Franssen; "Ga-
votte" by Sidney Giles: "Menuet"
by Kamiel Lefevere; and "Suite"
by Staf Nees.
Following will be arrangements
for carillon: "Home to Our Moun-
tains" from Verdi's "Il Travatore;"
"A Song of India" by Rimski-
Korsakov; and "Largo" from "New
World Symphony" by Anton
summarized the work last year
and stated the parking problem
would be one of the major points
of interest this year.
Bassey and committee member
William Warnock, '61 BAd., ex-
pressed optimism about possible
action this year.
Judith Shepard, '63, was the
only new petitioner for the Com-
mittee on Membership Practices
in Student Organizations.
She joins 12 other petitioners,
including: James Seder, '61; Jef-
frey Rubenstein, '63; Robert Ross,
'63; Sylvia Bulwer, '63; Arnold
Taub, '62; Sharon Jeffrey, '63;
Martin Lipp, 62; T. Francis, '62;
Paul Rathray, '63, and Patrick
The Committee is responsible
for administering under SGC
guidance, the provisions of the
regulation, passed last semester,
which forbade recognized student
organizations to base membership
selection criteria on "race, color,
religion, creed, national origin or
There are four student mem-
bers on the committee, and three
others, one faculty member, one
administrator, and one other per-
son from either of these latter
GrF ants Gift
Five private universities will
share in a total of $46 million
granted by the Ford Foundation, it
was announced recently.
The only requirement attached
to the gift is that the universities
are to raise a total of $117 million
from new donors.
Sharing in the gift are Stanford
University of Palo Alto, $25 mil-
lion, Johns Hopkins University
at Baltimore, $6 million, Notre
Dame University at South Bend,
$6 million, University of Denver,
$5 million, and Vanderbilt Uni-
versity at Nashville, $4 million.
The foundation said that these
were initial gifts and more ?????
be forthcoming pending the re-
sults of this "experiment."
A spokesman said the size of the
grants had been "tailored" to the
varying ability of the universities
to raise the extra funds and spend
For every dollar received from
Ford, Stanford agrees to raise
three more in five years, and other
four schools agree to raise two
more in three years.
PROF. WARREN E. MILLER
...people and politics
Big Issues 1
By CYNTHIA NEU
"Many important issues affect
and influence American voters,"
Prof. Warren Miller of the politi-
cal science department said yes-
terday introducing the Student
Government Council Reading and
Discussion seminar on "People
and Presidential Policies."
During the meeting of the group
in the Honors Lounge of the Un-
dergraduate Library, Miller led a
discussion covering various as-
pects of voters behavior in presi-
dential election years and the
coming election in particular.
Miller pointed out that some
items which influence voters seem
irrevelant in considering the cap-
abilities of a presidential candi-
date, such as the present religious
issue, but none the less are em-
phasized by the voting public.
Although personality, personal
life, religion and other points are
considered, perhaps too highly, by
American voters, by and large,
the individual is trying to make a
rational judgment before casting'
his vote in view of the information
Excerpts from the primary read-
ing book for the seminar, "The
American Voter," written by Miller
and three co-authors, showed a
dismal picture of contemporary
voters. Little interest and knowl-
edge of politics and issues marked
interviews with voters used in re-
search to determine voting trends.
Lack of Interest
Miller explained that, in spite
of lack of interest and knowledge,
"We have a country which has
been doing pretty well. The two
American political parties are the
oldest political institutions in
existence and loyalty to them has
done much to stabilize politics."
The only change in adhering
to one party have come after
major political upsets such as the
Civil War, when the nation was
primarily Republican, and the de-
pression of the 1930's, leaving the
country predominantly Democrat-
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Graduate Mixer: Fri., Sept. 30 from-
9 p.m. to midnight at the VFW Club,1
314 E. Liberty. Music by the Men of
Note. Admission $1.00.
Modern Theologians will be discuss-
ed by Profs. Guy Swanson, George
Peek, and others on Fri., Sept. 30, 4:15,
Honors Lounge, Undergraduate Li
brary. Open to the public.
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. Donald
0. Hebb, McGill University, will dis-
cuss "Problems in Perception" on Fri..
Sept. 30 at 4:15 p.m. in Aud. B, Angell
Hall. Coffee served in 3417 Mason Hall
preceding the colloquium.
Doctoral Examination for Philip
Lloyd Reed, Physics; thesis: "The
Measurement of the Ionic Hall Effect
in Sodium Chloride," Fri., Sept. 30, 2038
Randall Laboratory, at 3:00 p.m. Chair-
man, Ernst Katz.
Wisconsin Department of Administra-
tion, Madison-Openings for men: 1)
Administrative Analyst; B.A. plus 2
or 3 yr. experience in management
or surveys, or M.A. in Public Admin-
istration; 2) Graduate Architect with
3 yrs. experience for technical work
on state buildings. t-
U.S. Air Force, Wright Air Develop-
ment Division Hqrs.; several openings
for scientists-physicists and physical
chemists-and engineers at M.S. or
Ph.D. level, for research in Physics
Laboratory. Location-Dayton, Ohio.
Hurley Hospital, City of . Flint-Op-
portunity for experienced Medical Biol-
ogist, with M.S. degree in bacteriology,
physiological or blo-chemistry; to as-
sume position of Ass't Laboratory Di-
rector. Applicants need not be resi-
dents of Flint, Mich.
Litton Industries, Beverly Hills, Calif.
--Seeking engineers, mathematicians, &
scientists for professional positions with
the Electronic Equipments Division.
Opportunities for both experienced or
new grac .
Please contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Rm. 4021 Admin Bldg..
Ext. 3371 for further information.
ROOM AND BOARD
SINGLE ROOM near campus. Linens
furnished. Phone Joe-NO 3-6229. E28
ROOMS, linen furnished, cleaned week-
ly. 1315 Cambridge. NO 2-8718. E29
BOARDERS: Breakfast and supper $10
per week. NO 3-5521. E27
TWO GIRLS want roommate to share
apt. Call NO 3-9737 for information.
ROOME CLOSE TO CAMPUS. $6-7.
Linen furn. 1319 Hill St. NO 2-6422.
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-
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. PhoneHouse Manager
at NO 2-8312 for particulars. El
PEOPLE who like to- eat have long de-
pended on Alpha Chi Sigma frater-
nity for excellent meals. Phone the
House Manager for particulars and
reservations at NO 2-8312. E2
Everyone knows about
709 Packard NO 5-7131
SEWING & IRONING done in my home,
NO 3-0668. J22
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes,
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1;:00 and 3:00 Men. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786
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.M.
ROOMMATE wanted to share exception-
al 2-bdroom apt. Campus area. Mod-
ern furnishings. Off-street parking.
Call NO 2-9467 evenings. C39
QUADDIES and FRAT MEN! Wow that
girl. Pillow talk apt. for weekend rent.
Call NO 2-9666. Joe Pintle. C35
PARKING SPACE, opposite Couzens
Hal,l rear Penn's Drug Store; Forest
WOMEN: Very large furnished room at'
Whitmore Lake. Boat beach, and
kitchen priveleges. Transportation to
Ann Arbor can be arranged to fitI
most any schedule. Call HI 9-2387'
after 3 p.m. C371
ATTENTION: Price reduced to $85.
Campus four room furnished apart-
ment. Suitable for 2 or 3. NO 3-4322.
ATT; Apt. facing Huron River, 12'
mile from campus. Available to young,
refined couple. NO 3-4126. C36
WANTED: Third roommate for 5 room
apartment, 200 yards from campus.
Grad student. NO 3-5521 after 6 p.m.
APARTMENT FOR three boys. Located
on Hill St. Furnished, and all utilities
paid. Call NO 8-9538 and after 8 p.m.
NO 2-3512. . C-32
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
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Girl's Brown suede jacket. On
State or Ann Sts. Call NO 5-8507. All
LOST bet. Waterman Gym and Mark-
ley, woman's black-framed glasses in
red case. Call NO 5-7711, Ext. 3215. A12
LOST: Small billfold between Union
and Maynard and Liberty. Return to
Ad. Bldg., 2nd floor, lost and found.
Reward $20. A10
LOST: Black men's glasses. Phone Jim
Gaffney, NO 3-4707. A7
GIRL'S BROWN SWEATER found at
game last Saturday in section 28.
Phone NO 2-4576. Ask for Mike. A8
FOUND-One man's summer jacket by
Michigan Union on Sept. 24. Call.
West Quad, Paul Rattray-433 Wil-
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
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
1959 ITOM motor bike, very good condi'
tion ,1800 miles. $145. NO 5-5855. Z4
"LITTLE BEAVER" SAYS
"The 1% of all high school students
who graduate from college supply
one-half of all the Presidents, one-
third of all the Congressmen, and
three-fourths of all the Supreme
Court Justices. So, if YOU want to
be great and renowned, graduate
"The easiest way to get through
college is by riding a
"Try one now."
BEAVER'S BIKE AND HARDWARE
605 Church NO 5-6607
The following part-time jobs are rewoven. Let us save your clothes,
available to students. Applications for Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.'
these jobs can be made in the Non- NO 2-4647. J10
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Administration Building, during the
followine hours: Monday through Fri- GR I N N ELL'S
day. 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 81st Anniversary Specials
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Bill Brand new Grinnell "Holly" Piano
Wenrich, Student Interviewer at NOr- ,.only $496
mandy 3-1511. extension' 2939. Make Grinnell's your piano
Students desiring miscellaneous odd headquarters
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 1020, dailx'. Uprights from $69
15-Psychological subjects. -___
1-Married couple to live in, in ex- ALTERATIONS and sewing. Mrs. Sny-
change for room and board. der, NO 2-7968, J26
1-Salesman-graduate student pre- Do u hv Ub getting
ferred, commission basis. D yoaOINSuAlegttn
HARRY LEE FRENCH INSURANCE
1-Pianist (Thursday, Friday, Satur- 305 E. Liberty -- NO 2-3440
day evenings). Ji
3-Waiters (Start Oct. 3, evenings, 10-
25 hours Per week).
.3--Busboysr(StartOct. 5, evenings, 10- P ERSONAL
25 hours per week). -- ----
3-Cab drivers-evenings and week- CLARENCE BYRD TRIO plays jazz at
ends, the Cafe Promethean every Sunday
1-Handy-man (10 a.m.-12 noon, Mon- night. F68
FEMALE "TIME wounds all heels" saith the
12-Guides-upperclass biological act- seer at "Lumbards," 1225 S. Univ. F69
HOUSE-2 bedroom. New oil furnace.
Newly decorated. Furnished or unfur-
nished. $75 per month. Off Highway
23 between Ann Arbor and Brighton.
EL 6-8995. C25
TWO APTS for rent for 3 and 4. Fur-
nished. NO 3-4402. C23
For Four Boys or
Phone NO 3-5098
FLYING GROUP forming. Lowest rates
and no membership dues. Learn to
fly for your private license or solo if
already qualified. HA 6-2356. M3
CUSTOM DRESSMAKING: Alterations.
Elsa Schalk, 325 S. Ashley. NO 3-0726,
ALTERATIONS - Mrs. Edith Uphas.
1105 Spring. NO 2-2992. P2.
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington
Call NO 3-4156
Special Weekend Rates
from 5 P.M. Friday till
9 A.M. Monday .. .
$12.00 Plus 6c a Mile
Rates include Gas -
Oil - Insurance
514 E. Washington St.
* TRUCKS AVAILABLE
RIDE WANTED out State to %, mile
past expressway, daily at noon. Rea-
sonable fee. N 03-1511, Ex. 3344. 63
DISPOSING of part of my large library
at private sale. There are books on
every subject among thousands of..
books collected for 65 years. Showing
at 617 Packard St. from 12 p.m. to 5
p.m. every day except Sunday. Rea-
sonable prices. FF1
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
vrsity, NO 8-887. FF2
1957 ISETTA-BMW 300. Call NO 3-2691
'55 AUSTIN HEALY. Good cond,, no.
rust. Phone NO ,8-8253 between 4-10
'60 FALCON, red. 1500 miles. Will sac-
rifice. NO 3-8187. N26
1959 4-dr. Renault. Like new. 38 mpg..
Exc.2heater. Phone Belleville, OXbow
DE SOTO, 1950. Great conditon all
over. Call John Logan, NO 2-6436. N24
1956 WHITE FORD, customline 2-door,
automatic transmission, radio, heater,
white wals, excellent condition. NO
RENAULT DAUPHINE. Excellent con-
dition. Heater & defroster. 13,000-
miles. Call NO 3-2633. N21
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 transmts-
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), CGreen, 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
'59 OPEL, Perfect condition. $1350. NO
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) Cruls-
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-
TRIUMPH TR3, Late '56, Exc. cond. Ra-
dio and heater, Michelin-X tires, low
mi~tage never raced. 2364-17. Bishop,
Northwood Apts. NO 5-5143. N
'59 JAPANESE TOYOPET. A fully
equipped black beauty: 33 MPG.
$1275. NO 8-8163. N
WANTED: Student for part time work
as porter at Delta Sigma Phi. Phone
NO 24576. Y7
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
SALES women and men: Part-time-
your own hours. Good pay. Call NO 2-
4924 after 7 p.m., Thursday, Friday,
COLLEGE STUDENTS: If you can work
from 5-9:30 each evening,. Monday
through Friday, you can earn $85 a
week if this will not interfere with
your college program. This is a na-
tional concern and the college plan
is a proven program. Must be neat
and able to work these 5 nights.
Transportation furnished. Apply in
person only, Thursday or Monday
evening, 7:00. 321 S. Main; R. 302. H15
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
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN-We will
train girls for waitress positions.
Class starting this week. You must
apply in person. Howard Johnson Res-
taurant. Ann Arbor. H14
APPLICATIONS being taken for pos-
sible positions as MICHIGAN DAILY
paner boys. Average $14 a week, morn-
SALE at SDT
ence majors $3.00 per hr.M
1- Telephoe solicitor (as many hours
3-Housework and ironing (hours flex-
2-Waitresses (Start Oct. 5, evenings,
10-25 hours per week .
1-Instructor-receptionist (7-10 p.m
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only.
Organirations planning to be active for
the fall semester should register by
OCTOBER 10, 1960. Forms available,
13011 Student Activities Building.
La Sociedad Hispanica, First Tertulla,
Oct. 3, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Ridinz Club, Open Riding Meeting
with Crop & Saddle Club, Sept. 29,
Meet at WAB at 5:50 for ride to stable.
Call L. Sone, NO 2-3122 for informa-
Baha'i St'd. Groip, Weekly Meeting
--Open to all interested Parties, Sept.
29, 8 p.m., League.
Folklore Society, Business Meeting &
Concert, Sept. 29, 8 p.m., Union, 3rd
Fl. Conf. Rm.
Sailing Club, Regular Weekly Meet-
ing, Sept. 29, 7:45 p.m., 311 W.E.
Read the Classifieds
TALLSOPH is looking for same iC9 Z5
freshmengirl.CallBg Daddy at 3 ---j
7305 between 6 and 6:05 any weekday FOUR-ROOM Partially furnished apart- FOR SALE
evening. Flo meat. Second floor. Ideal for two ------- - - ------
s . graduate students or couple. Avail- BICYCLE girl s English. Phillips, $20.
SPRING WEEKEND 1961-Petitions are able Oct. 1st. Phone NO 8-9812 after Motorola, Blond Console-17". TV $30.
now available for Central Committee 6 P.M. C15 Univ. Ext. 3361 or NO 2-8609. B26
positions, 2nd floor, north wing of -Uy
the Union, 2-5 p.ma. until Friday. NORTH STATE ST. Apt., 3 rooms. Un- FOR SALE-Evergreenls by employee ofi
Ptenion, -ue Monda.. m .5Frdmy. furnished. $80 plus lights. NO 3-5830. chemistry stores at wholesale to Uni-
Petitions due Monday. Oct. 3. .ld C13 versity personnel. Priced at $2.00 to
d pOct. i-teiews to be hd $5.00. Junipers, yews, arborvitae,
W t .ONE BLOCK from campus - Modern spreaders, uprights, globes, dwarfs.
AMBASSADOR Civic Ballet Auditions. apartment. Newly furnished. NO 2- Call Michael Lee at NO 8-8574. B22
Wednesday, October 5th, 8:30 P.M. 1443. C GARAGE SALE Lamp bases. bookcases
525 E. Liberty. NO 3-6633. All per- GRAD STUDENT offers rooms in home. and books, picture frames, Revere-
formances at Lydia Mendelssohn, P24 Doubles for men, linen, cleaning, ware skillet. Many articles of use to
AL YOUNG sings-Cafe Promethean phone, refrigerator; new floors, drapes, students. 1520 Arlington. B25
this Friday & Saturday. 9-12, F26 mattresses. 2 blocks south of Bus. Ad.
h Fdd.-F via Tappan, Maynard Eyestone, 1026 FOR SALE - Automatic washing ma-
COMING Friday, Oct. 7. Carlos Monto:a. Oakland. NO 2-7415. C17 chine, Frigidaire, 3 years old. Call
TicketsnowonsaleattheDiscShop._ NO 3-6995 after 6 p.m. B24
Tickets now on sale at the Disc Shop. THREE - ROOM APARTMENT Unfur- -
P56 nished. Close to Campus. Call NO 5- ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANICA - extra
FOR THE FINEST in music and enter- 8683 days. - C3 ' volumes, bookcase. Sacrifice. NO 5-
F ORTHE FINETt in muicMan Aenr- __6557. B20
tainment contact the Bud-Mor A .en- PARKING SPACE and garage. One block
H.arvarDk Tilweevils. iJohn""e, from campus. 514 S. Forest. Phone NO TYPEWRITER-Remington Rand, $50,
RHayLedis, Al Young,t Al Blaser,Ismen 2-1443 C8 excellent condition. Call NO 2-4359
Young,_ after 5. . B23
of Not.e plu5 many others. 1103 South CAMPUS 4 room furnished apt. Suitable
University. NO 2-6362. F57 for 2 adults $95 or 3 $115. Including 1 New CANON zm8 mov. camera; 1
- utilities. NO 3-4322. C16 6&7 trans. radios; 1 used Swiss port.
The Michigan Business Staff invites typewriter. Apt. 3 or 6, 723 E. Kings-
you to join ley. Call 3-2684 Eves, & wkd. B19
This Is the place to gain valuable MUSICAL MDSE., - - - -
!i 1 M A&P VrifA2nP ,V.fMIA rii ST MosXt moAern..ox^a1
* . . Layout
* . . Finance
. , Accounting
Attend any one of these Trainee
Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7:15
Wednesday, Sept. 28. at 4:15 and
VISIT Ann Arbor's only espresso coffee
COMING-the outside, inside, and edge.
R DIOS, REPA IRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED: Quiet apartment or comfort-
able room in the U. of M. Hospital
area, for a woman Dr. staying in Ann
Arbor for several months for special
study. Contact Box 1, 420 Maynard.
EXACTA VAREX. Most modern of all'
reflex cameras; 50 m.m. and 135 m.m.
lenses and, many other accessories,
only a few weeks old, new cost $440,
must sell for $320 or best offer. Phone
NO 2-0200. B17
MOUTON COAT, size 14-$25; Gold and
Beige tweed carpeting and pad. 12 x 12
-$75; portable typewriter $35. NO 3-
FRENCH HORN: Lidll (Czechoslovaki-
an) Post War model. Will bargain.
Call Charlie, NO 2-8575. B13
1960 HARLEY-DAVIDSON motor scoot-
er, Phone NO 5-5906 after 4 P.M. B1
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Our Christmas Catalogues
are now av~ail abl o
For Those of You Who Like to Shop Early
601 E. Liberty NO 8-6779
Read and Use
that made office dictation
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