THE li ICHICAN DAILY
THE MCHIGA DA::
Picketers Fail to Sway
'Big Eight' Student Heads
Proposed Parking Structure
ROOM AND BOARD
University of Colorado, Boulder.
Big Eight Student Government
Association has passed a resolu-
tion opposing sit-in strikes.
With only three of the eight
members present and one dis-
senting vote the association pass-
ed a resolution which reads in
part: "The Big Eight Student
Body Presidents Conference rec-
ognizes the value of civil rights
and equal opportunity, however,
does not condone the present
method of sitdown strikes used to
attain this goal."
The ,October meeting of the con-
ference was picketed by twenty-
three representatives of student
organizations at Colorado. Myrna
Culbreath, spokesman for the
pickets said, "Recognizing the
value of Civil Rights, we view with
approval the efforts of Southern
students to further the extension
of their rights as human beings
through non-violent and direct ac-
She went on to say, "We add our
approval to the sit-in movement
to that of many other students
and groups that have been heart-
F Ior Service
United States Department of
State representative Carvel Paint-
er will discuss foreign service re-
quirements at 4 p.m. today in Rm.
4051 of the Administration Bldg.
His talk will be sponsored by
the political science department.
Painter will interview Univer-
sity students and others interest-
ed in the foreign service by ap-
pointment from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
in the Bureau of Appointments,
and Occupational Information
general division offices, 4021 Ad.
ened by the spirit and accomplish-!
ments of this action."
Miss Culbreath asked Randy
Jones, president of the associa-
tion, to take official action. Jones
declined, labeling it impossible un-
less it were sent by mail, and
brought up by a representative at
the Christmas meeting.
* * *
University of California, Berkeley-.
LAKE COTTAGE for rent for the school WANTED: Male roommate to share nice A MAN IS LIKE STEEL-He's no
year. $55 a month. NO 3-1423. C56 apartment. NO 5-9205. E33 if he loses his temper,
"Protests, student-led and stu-
dent carried out have been as im-
portant on a psychological level
in the South, as the Supreme
Court's decision in 1954 was on a t
legal level," Harold Fleming of the
Southern Region Council, said.
Fleming explained that student
sit-ins broke a traditional excessive
politeness between whites and Ne-
groes concerning their racial
problems by openly challenging
discrimination at lunch counters.
Until the wave of sit-ins began
civil rights activity had been con-
fined to a legal chess game in the
American courts. Sit-ins provid-
ed a battleground outside the
courts, he noted.
Fleming called the demonstra-
tions spontaneous, saying, "No
civil liberties group could have
planned and executed such a
The demonstrations challenged
traditional white leadership anda
the chief aim of Southern whitesn
is to prevent the movement from
becoming a widespread one, het
Party to Discuss
The campus political party will n
adopt its platform at a mass meet-i
ing tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Rm.
3511, the Student Activities Build- V
PLANNED GARAGE-The University is completing plans to erect this six level parking facility
on Thayer St. near the Frieze Bldg. The new building, which is to hold more than 400 vehicles,
will be under construction early this spring and will be completed by late fall. The structure will
be financed by revenues collected from already existing University parking facilities.
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Polynomials. Meeting is in 246 West
Engineering, Thurs., Oct. 13, at 2:00 p.m.
Communication Sciences Colloquium:
Dr. Fred P. Brooks, Jr., Systems Plan-
ning Manager of the Data Systems Di-
vision, International Business Machines
Corp., will speak on "Contemporary
Trends in Computer Architecture" on
Thurs., Oct. 13, at 4:00 p.m., Room 2402
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics:
Will meet Thurs., Oct. 13, 4:00 P.M. In
Room 3201 Angell Hall, Prof. Craig will
discuss response services.
Doctoral Examination for Mayer Na-
than Zald, Social Psychology; thesis:
"Multiple Goals and Staff Structure: A
Comparative Study of Correctional In-
stitutions for Juvenile Delinquents,"
Thurs., Oct. 13, 5609 Haven Hall, at
1:00 p.m. Chairman, Morris Janowita.
Doctoral Examination for Ralph Pat-
rick Barrett, Jr., Linguistics; thesis:
"Some Grammatical Characteristics of
Aphasic Speech," Thurs., Oct. 13, 2601
Haven Hull, at 8:30 a.m., Chairman, A.
The Buffalo, New York, Board of Edu-
cation will g ive examinations to ap3-
proved teacher candidates in Buffalo on
Saturday, November 5, 1960. Applica-I
tions must be filed there by October
14. Examinations are scheduled in the
following subjects: Elementary, Spe-
cial Education, Music, Physical Educa-
tion, Library Sciepce. English, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies, Sten-
ography and Typing, Accounting, In-
dustrial, Technical and Vocational Edu-
cation. There will also be examinations
for Ouidance Counselor, School Psy-
chologist, Visiting Teacher and At-
tendance Teacher. This list is subject'
to change. For additional information
contact the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Building, Norman-
dy 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Park, Ill. BS-MS: ME Will interview both
Men & Women. Opportunities for Ad-
Owens-Illinois, Toledo, O.-BS: ME,
CheE, Ceramic E, BE or E Phys. Ap-
plicants interested in other fields may
schedule interviews if time permits.
Please check w/Placement Office to-
day. Training Program.
Philco Corporation, All Divisions, in
Philadelphia *rea-MS, Prof., PhD.:
ChE & ME; MS & PhD: EE, Inorg.
Chem. & Physics. -Feb., June & Aug.
grads. Des., Res. & Dev.
NOTE: U. S. Citizenship required un-
less otherwise stated.
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academnic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Admnistration Building, during the
followirng hours: Monday through Frl-
day, 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 NOr-
mandy 3-1511, extension 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consuilt th~e bulletin board
in Room 1020, daily.
4-Salesmen-g raduate students pre-
ferred, commnis sion ibasis.
14-Psychological surbjects, hours to be
4-Waiters (meal hour, rind evenings)
1lin~tel desk -clerk--t;Ii-days.-al ter-
2-Clerk, pass out catalogues (Oct. 13
and 14 from 8 Ain. till 5 p.m.)
2-Housepainters (exp)erienced, one
4-B3usboys (11 a.mn.-3 p.m.)
1-Desk Clerk (2 dayrs-per week)
8-Oildes-upperclass biological sci-
4-Housework and ironing (hours flex-
housework and care for children.
MODERN furnished apt. for student
with transportation. Share with 2
boys-$40 including utilities, NO 3-
BUSINESS OFFICES unfirnished.
Downtown area. Call NO 5-8683, days.
2 RM. SUITE, private bath. Parking,
limited kitchen privileges. Quiet
house. 1001 S. Forest. C51
WANTED: Girl to share ground floor
apartment. Newly furnished. All uti i-
ties included. Walking distance to
campus. NO 8-8634. C53
PAVED, off-street parking space 1 block
from campus. 702 E. University, Call
NO 5-7892, C52
CLOSE TO STATE THEATRE--3 room
furnished apt. with private bath. Call
NO 2-7274. C48
NEW BRICK HOME: first floor un-
furnished except stove, refrigerator,
and drapes. 4 large rooms and bath,
Private entrance, utilities furnished.
Couples preferred. NO 2-2982 after
5 P.M. C45
WOMEN: Very large furnished room at
Whitmore Lake. Boat beach, and
kitchen priveleges. Transportation to
Ann Arbor can be arranged to fit
most any schedule. Call HI 9-2387
after 3 p.m. 037
ATTRACTIVE apartment facing Huron
River, 1%a mile from campus. Available
to young, refiined couple. NO 3-5126.
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
ONE BLOCK from campus - Modern
apartment. Newly furnished. NO 2-
PARKING SPACE and garage. One block
from campus. 514 8. Forest. Phone NO
If you can work 5-9:30 each evening
Mon.-F'ri. you can earn $58.50 per
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.
Apply in person only! Thursday, 7
p.m. sharp. 321 S. Main, Rm. 302,
Ann Arbor, Mich. H23
WANTED: Baby-sitter afternoons. Calli
NO 3-3568 after 5. H22
SALES PERSON in work part-time in
wallpaper department of local paint
store. Interior decorating experience
not necessary, but preferred. Mail
qualifications to Anderson Paint Co.
300 E. Washington, Ann Arbor. H120
'60 RENAULT Dauphine. 9500 miles.
Black, real clean. 35 mpg. $1400. Call
Ray after 5. NO 3-2244. W46
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 F. Washington
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at1
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. FF2
ATTN: MEN - Room and/or board,
weekly or monthly rates. Home cook-
ing. Close to campus. Call NO 8-84l0
DESIRE ONE "male roommate for nice
4 im. apt. NO 3-3108. E31
GIRL TO SHARE APARTMENT with
one other girl. $42.50 monthly, near
campus. Phone NO 3-7775 after 5 .E30
ROOM CLOSE TO CAMPUS. $6-7.
Linen furn. 1319 Hilt 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. B12
WANTED TO BUY
MEN'S ENG. STYLE BICYCLE in good
cond. Call NO 2-4741 after 1 P.M. K3
'60 VOLKSWAGEN, dark green. Sun-
roof, American equipped. 5080 miles,
excellent condition. $17.00. NO 2-5675,
Jane Cars. N43
1950 CHEVROLET in excellent condi-
tion and running order. $125. Call Jim
Janeway between 5-7 p.m. NO 2-5695.
AQ.TON-MARTIN -- 1959 DB-3 coupe,
8500 miles by one cautious owner.
Absolutely mint throughout; never
wrecked, raced or driven in wet; Qnigi-
nal cost $7,800. Offers invited, will
accept trade. RU 3-1279. ,45
MG-TD. 1951 model. Rebuilt engine and
transmission. Good top and body. NO
TRIUMPH TR3, Late '56, Exc. cond. R
and H, Michelin-X tires, low mileage.
Never raced. $1250. NO 5-5143. N41
1958 MORRIS MINOR, black, 2-door se-
dan, radio, heater, exc. cond. Reason-
able price, must sell. Call NO 2-2321.
END PARKING,. transportation woes
Buy my 1957 Allstate (Vespa) Cruis-
airs scooter. Thrifty. Excellent cond.
Extras. $200. NO 5-6557. N4
'55 DODGZ Hardtop Lancer. Below'
wholesale. NO 2-1644, 2870 Easy. N36
'52 FORD 2-DOOR V-8. Radio and
heater, fordomatic. Phone NO 3-1419.
BIKES and SCOOTERS
CUSHMAN Motor Scooter. Excellent
condition. Will accept reasonable of-'
fer. Phone NO 2-4079 after 6. Z9'
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Red leather cigarette case with
initials G.M.A. Call NO 3-1561, Ext.
LOST: Ladies Elgin watch, silver with a
black band. Between Church St. and
State Theatre. NO 2-5343 after 7 P.M.
LOST: Baracuta Raincoat at the P-Bell!
last Wed. night. Call NO 3-6764, 5-7
FOUND: Key ring with 3 keys. Olivia!
near Hill, House key and trunk key
on it. NO 3-1932. A27
FOUND: Near Stockwell. Prescription
sunglasses, black and clear frames in
pink felt case. Owner call NO 3-1511;
ext. 2360 or come to 1500, SPH. A26
LOST: Blue wallet, on campus. Impor-
tant I.D., papers; return to Janet Bel-
linger,.1520 South University or call
NO 5-8637. Reward. A23
LOST: Lady's gold watch. Round face
with gold rim. Worn black suede
band. Call 2324 Markley. A24
LOST: Black GBD pipe on Saturday.
Call Larry at NO 3-1412. A22
FLAVIUS will soon make a three di
mensional appearance on the dig.
From his lofty height he will gree
the students on their, way to classes
He promises not to growl at anyoni
if they bought their Homecomini
FOLK MUSIC CONCERT with Mik
Seeger, Fri., Oct. 14, 8:30 in Unior
Ballroom. Tickets only 90 on sali
at Union desk and the Disc Shop. F8
HEAR YE, HEAR YE-First payment
due this week for X-mas flight. A $2
bill will hold your seat. Phone be-
tween 8:00 and 2:00, NO 2-1006, Alva'
Travel Agency. P131
PSYC. 31 and Anthro 31 students
Special info. about this Friday. Mus
call tonight after 5:30. Universit
Study Service. NO 5-5986, P121
FOR THE FINEST in music and enter.
tainment contact the Bud-Mr Agen-
cy, featuring the BollWeevils, Johnn,
Harvard, Dick Tilkin, the Kingini
Ray Lewis, Al Young, Al Blaser, Me
of Note plus man'y others. 110; South
University. NO 2-6362. P5'
RITA, TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT, Better
be ready at 6:30. Comrade Barry
COMING-the outside, inside, and dge.
IT'S A PROVEN FACT. . . if you have
to keep reminding yourself of a thing;
perhaps it isn't so. F130
REMEMBER to get yur ticket for~ the
Homecoming Dance, Oct. 22, featurin
Woody Herman. Tickets are on sale
this week only, so don't delay. Tickets
may be bought at the UGLI, the
Diag, and the Fishbowl for $3.0 per
ENTERTAINMENT at Cafe Promethean
every Friday and Saturday evening.
PSYC. 31 and Anthro. 31 students:
Special info. about this Friday, Must
call tonight after 5:30. University
Study Service. NO 5-5986, 7133
DON'T DELAY. Get your tickets for th
Shelly Berman concert, coming next
Wednesday, right away, F105
WHEN ARE YOU GOING? I just took
my $20 down to 300 8. Thayer for my
X-mas flight. Have you been to Alva's
Travel Agency? NO 2-1006. F132
ALL-CAMPUS Bowling League-Teams
and individual people interested be
at Union Bowling Alley, 6:30, Oct. 12,
or contact S. Case, NO 3-9452. 7100
ATTENTION: All ye citizens of Rom
(University of Michigan)-First class
slaves to be auctioned off to the
public. Slaves will be sold at the
square at 12:30 on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC
Advice of physician on birth con-
trol. Professional counsel on mar-
riage problems. Clinic hours Tues.
and Thurs. 7:30 to 9. 122 . 4th
Ave. Call NO 2-9282. 2 117
PSYC 31 and- Anthro. 31 students
Special info, about this Friday Must
call tonight after 5:30. University
Study Service. NO 5-5986. 3 137
HURRY, HURRY, HURRY-Almost the
last call for Christmas and Thanks-
giving flight payment. Phone between
8 and 2, 2-1006, Alva's Travel Agency.
CORNELIUS, don't forget to buy our
ticket to the Homecoming Dance.
We'll get to dance all evening to
Woody Herman and his band, and
during intermission we'll be enter-
tained by the fabulous Friars. -
THE TREASURE MART
529 Detroit NO 2-1363
Our invitation to visit a friendly store
handling articles on consignment. We
sell to you-or for you-all kinds of
furniture, dishes, silver, appliances,
tuxedos, topcoats, men's suits, snow-
suits, fur coats, baby neds, toys and
Come In and Browse
Weekdays 9 am. to 5:30 p.m.,
Mon. and Fri. 'til 9 p.m. 'B19'
USED GE 21" television at $49,50. And
used refrigerators from $290. H. P.
Johnson Co., 211 S. fourth. NO 3
311 S. Main St.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES AND
MODELS OF FOREIGN AND
Prior to his "in-person" Ann Arbor concert tonight,
SHELLEY BERMAN and the CUMBERLAND THREE
join John Small during a ONE - HOUR SPECIAL:
"AN AFTERNOON WITH SHELLEY BERMAN" to
be heard today at 4 to 5.. ., and on WCBN at 4:30.
Remember, it's WO!A-1290-today!
"They don't have any interest
In legislation," he said. "They
want profits. Segregated housing
is profitable to realtors and own-
ers because a lot of people don't
Bissell pointed out that residen-
tial area for Negroes has not ex-
panded in accordance with the
population, and therefore more
and more Negroes are being
crowded into the same amount
of space. He indicated the poten-
tial profits in charging more
people for the same space, and
implied that this motivated the
opposition to Rule Nine.
"This is largely an issue of
human rights versus property
rights," Bissell concluded.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS I-Clerk, pass out catalogues, Oct. 1
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS and 14 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
4021 Admin. Bldg., Ext. 3371 1-Experienced bookkeeper (after-
October 13- Prudential Insurance Co. noons).
of America-Mr. W. H. Klingbeil of De-
troit will interview men and women
with degrees in Liberal Arts, BusAd,
Law or Education for Insurance Sales Ori
positions in Detroit. Interested seniors
pleaise call for appointment. I
Oct. 14-Tennessee Valley Authorit:Notices
Knoxville, Tenn.-Mr. Howard Hill will _________________
interview MA & PhD candidates (Feb
and June 1961) in Economics and Pub- German Club, Coffee Hour, Oct. 12
ic Administration for positions In 3:30-5 p.m., 4072 Frieze Bldg.
Knoxville & Chattanooga. U.S. citizens!
or foreign students who are applying Latin - American Students Assoc.
for Immigration Status are urged to Meeting & Dance, Oct. 15. 8:30 p.m~
phone for appointments. HNewman Club. American students are
College of Englneerlng-128H TWest welcome.
Eng. Bldg.. Ext. 2182. w . ,
OCT. 1! Newman Club, Prof. Zamiska, E-_
Cooper-Bessemer Corp., Mount Vern- clesiastical Art," discussion follow «,;
on, Ohio--HS: ChE, CE BE for Sales; Oct. 12, $ p.m.; Initiation Ball-Tom"
BS: EM BEMath, for Engrg; BS: Il for Martin Trio, Oct. 14, 9-12 p 3
Sales & Mfr.: BS: Met, for Mfg.; BS & Thompson,
MS: ME for Sales, Mfg. & Engrg. June . .
graduates. Des., Res. & Dev., Sales, Ridin~ Club, Joint Meeting with Dril]
Prod. & Digital Computer. Team, Oct. 13, Meet WAB at 6:50 p.m.,
New York Central System R.R.-BS: Lunch Ride, Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m. WAD,
CE, EE, IE & ME Feb., June & Aug. Open to Campus, Call ne
grauates. Des., Res. & Dev. & Others. 2-3122 for reservations.
White Motor Company, Cleveland, 0. revi .
(Openings for Sales may be anywhere in Rifle Club, Weekly Meeting, Oct. 12,
U.S.A.) BS & iS: EE, IE & ME for 7:30 p.m., ROTC Rifle Range. New
Des., Rcs. & Dev., Sayes & Prod, members welcome.
OCT. 13 * ,* ,
Melville Confections, Inc., Melrose *aln ,... ,* a
CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE ELSE
COME DOWN TO
709 Packard NO 2-3175
WAS THE preacher looking at YOU last
Sunday during the sermon? Find sol-
ace at Lumbards. 1225 S. University.
LOST-Brown alligator wallet in or
near UGL. Call NO 2-2539. Reward.
BLACK SWEATER lost at History 50
exam. N.S. Aud. last June. Will person
who found it call or return it to lost
and found, 2nd floor Ad. Bldg. or
)ary, 587 Jordan. A14
LOST-Trench coat left at UGL. Red
striped lining, trade zip in lining for
cash.' Call NO 3-6604 after 5 p.m. A18
LOST? To find yourself, try the Michi.
gan Daily. Just find a telephone and
dial NO 2-3241. A3
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). A21
aam ( 11 11u), .enieral Meeting & Shore
School, Oct. 13, 7:45 p.m., 311 W. En-
Youn' Democrats, Meeting, Oct. 12,
7:30 p.m., Union. Speaker: Prof. John
White, Political Science Dept., "Last-
ing Consequences of the 1960 Cam-
paign." Everyone welcome.
ORNITHOLOGICAL engineers! Does it
really fly? Your opinion and observa-
tions of "Lumbards" at 1225 8. Uni-
versity is welcomee. J39
RITZ BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty Work
605 E. WILLIAM
Phone NO 8-7068
Phone NO 3-4858.
Beautiful Tickering Grand--'6"
every piano student's dream
Other Grands from $345
Reconditioned Uprights-$69 up
MWAKE GRINNELL'S YOUR
FALL BARGAIN CARNIVAL SALE
30-qt. Plastic Waste Basket 1.99
Plastic Pail 77c
Plastic Laundry Basket 99c
O-Cedar Sponge Mop 2.44
Laundry Cart 2.99
MUBHLIG & LANPHEAR HARDWARE
323 S. Main
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
perfect for giving ..
perfect for using .
A tasteful gift or
for your own brief
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