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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Technic' Wins Top Awards

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By 'THOMAS KASER
Buried deep in the halls of East
Engineering Bldg. is the home of
the oldest engineering college
publication in the United States:
The Michigan Technic-.
Founded in 1879 as a small
booklet containing reports and pa-
pers of the University of Michi-
gan Engineering Society, the
Technic was evolved into a tech-
nical magazine, known for its
award-winning articles and staff.
Staff of 40
Headed this year by industrial
engineering major Barry Peebles,
'61E, the Technic has managed
to recruit nearly 40 literary-mind-
ed engineering students who can
put into 'words what other engi-
neers and scientists can only ex-
press in fornula and theory.
Last year the Technic proved
its journalistic prowess by walk-
ing off with the four top awards
of the Engineering College Maga-
zines Associated convention held
at Penn State.
The Technic is known among
technical magazine editors as a
well-knit publication designed to
keep engineering students abreast
of current developments in engi-
neering and science.
Students Do Work
In fact, all work on the Tech-
nic is done by students except
advertising, which is handled by
the Technic's own representative
in New York.
On the east wall of the Technic
office is a huge marked black-
board listing upcoming articles to
be featured in the November is-
sue: "The Case for Theory," "The
Power of Mathematics," "What
Significance Entropy?" and oth-
ers.

Perhaps the most salient differ-
ence between the Technic and
other campus publications is that
it is not included under the Juris-
diction of the Board in Control of
Student Publications.
Instead, the Technic has its own
"Board in Control"-the Faculty
Advisers Committee-composed of
Professors W. Earl Britton, Rob-
ert P. Weeks, Richard Schneide-,
wind ,and Melville B. Stout of the

engineering school. Especially
through the past several years,
these faculty advisers have given
the technic a vast area of free-
dom in which to make its own
decisions and formulate its own
editorial policies.
"All of us on the Technic .staff
recognize this freedom as the key
to the magazine's popularity'
among college technical publica-
tions," said Peebles.

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:,
State To Drop Charges
'Aginst Illinois Student

ToAddress
Conference
On Busines's
Prof. Floyd A Bond, dean-elect
of the business administration
school and director of the business-
education division of the Com-
mittee for Economic Development,
will speak to a luncheon meeting
of the Michigan Accounting Con-
ference at 12:15 p.m. today in the
Micchigan League..
Prof. Bond's topic will be "So
that Business May Speak." He
is one of five scheduled speakers
for the meeting, which is co-
sponsored by the Michigan As-
sociation of Certified Public Ac-
countants and the business ad-
ministration school.
Nat Weinerg, director of ,the
Special Projects and Economic
Analysis Department'of the United
Auto Workers, will speak at 2:15
p.m. on "What's Ahead in Collec-
tive Bargaining and Its Economic
Effects."
Other scheduled speakers are
certified public accountants Philip'
L. Defliese and Kenneth G. Cade-,
matori, of New York, and Prof.
Samuel R. Hepworth of the ac-
counting department.
About 350 persons are expected
to attend.
Lindstrom-'
Papers Lose
Sight of Aims
(Continued from Page 1)

By JEROME WEINSTEIN
URBA2NA-CHAMPAIGN - Do-
lores Romero, freshman at the
University of Illinois, will have
charges against her that she is an
"incorrigible Juvenile delinquent,"
dropped.
Richard L. Samuels, assistant
Cook County state's attorney, told
the Daily Illin that the prosecu-
tion "will move for voluntary dis-
missal with a case that would not
substantiate the allegations of the
petition."
The charges of delinquency
against Miss Romero resulted from
her participation in an Aug. 6
picketing demonstration in front
of the Chicago Transit Authority
platform entrance to the Wool-
worth Co. store at State and
Adams in Chicago. Miss Romero,
along with 21 other students, was
passing out handbills protesting
the refusal of Woolworth's south-
ern stores to serve Negroes at
their lunch counters.
CTA officials, who brought the
charges, emphasized that they
were not concerned about "what
they (the picketers) say about,
Woolworth's," but rather that thei

picketers were "interfering with
passengers coming out of the sta-
tion and. adding to the litter in
the subway."
MADISON-Students less than
21 years old at the University of
Wisconsin will not be allowed to
hold unchaperoned apartment
parties this year.
Landlords in the Madison area
were notified of the policy through
a letter from the university's
housing bureau.
Although undergraduate men
less than 21 years old have been
permitted to rent apartments this
year, the Student Life and Inter-
est Committee ruling of last spring
forbids them to "bring unchaper-
oned women, students or nonstu-
dents," into their livingrunits un-
less the party has been registered
with the university and chaperones
have been provided.
Students under 21 at Wisconsin
were permitted to rent apart-
ments this year if they had signed
their contracts before Sept. 12.
After the beginning of the 1961-
62 academic year, however, no
unmarried students under 21 will
be allowed to live in apartments.

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For DireCt Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 100 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Fridayand Saturday, 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

ROOM AND BOARD
SINGLE iROOM for man. Clean and
quiet. Close to campus and all sports
"areas. Linens furnished, $7. Phone
NO 2-8372. 935
SINGLE, DOUBLE--Two large rooms;
quiet, clean. Linens furnished. Get-
ting married, have to move. Double
only $15. Single takes best offer. Only
21,$ blocks to campus. 307 N. State,
or call NO 2-4250. 134
WANTED: Male roommate to share nice
apartment. NO 5-9205. E33
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: Pregnant cat's offspring to
be used for experimental (nonsurgi-
cal) purposes. Willing topay. Call
Bart Meyers. NO 3-1511, Ext."2492. K4
PERSONAL
TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT! Get your,
displays finished early and come to
the Diag for the gala pep rally, co-
sponsored by the Wolverine Club and
Homecoming. The festivities begin"at
eight o'clock sharp. Flavius's live
uncle will be among the featured
guests. P216
YES, IT'S TRUE. A real live lion will
be on campus today! He'll be on the
Diag at 12:45 for the Homecoming
skit ard at the pep rally tonight.
Don't worry, he's tame. F217
TODAY IS absolutely the last day that
Homecoming tickets for the Woody
Herman dance will be on sale. You
may purchase yours on the Diag from
10 to 3 or in the Homecoming office
in the Union from 2 to 5. P215r
YOU WON'T want to miss the most
spirited pep rally ever to be held at
the U. of M. Friday at eight on the
diag. The Wolverine Club and Home-
coming are sponsoring a rally with
fabulous entertainment.
See the Michigan Marching Band
Cheerleaders
Trampoline Clowns
Psurfsa
Team
Wanderers
Al Young
Acacia Dixieland Band
Dean Rhea
Theta Delts-IFC Champion singers.
P197
FLAVIUS was rushed to the University
Hospital early this morning with an
acute case of burnitis. The diagnosis
by the expert on paper mache lions
was that he would recover in time
for today's festivities. The Home-
coming Committee decided that his
molesters should be fed to the lions.
P214
"ROMAN RAMPAGE" has fun in store
for you all weekend. At 12:45 today
on the Diag, Homecoming is officially
kicked off with a skit. The pep rally
begins at 8 tonight with the "yell like
hell" contest as one of the high-
lights. Tomorrow is the Mud Bowl
game at 9, the tug-of-war at 10:30
enc! the St. Bernard race at 11:30.
Don't forget the dance with Woody
Herman. F221
HOORAYSCOME TO THE FAIR. P204
LIVE! IN PERSON the fabulous MUS-
KETeers on the Diag today at 1 p.m.
Y213

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Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2.4786

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. . fconveniently located . -
economy minded ... home-like
cQmfort . . . that's why the Aller-
ton Hotel is Chicago headquar-
ters for many school groups,
business and professional stu-
dent affairs, field trips, athletic
teams, debate teams, speech
clinics, tours, etc.
For your own Chicago visit or
week-end stay choose the hotel
close to everything on
I Michigan Avenue's
Magnificent Mile

from all over the World
ROBES: silk brocade, Raw silk and cotton
SILK BROCADE by the yard
JEWELRY BOXES: Teak Wood, Hand-carved Wood,
Ivorylinlaidand SILK V
JEWELRY from many lands.
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Imported and domestic
8) INIA ARTS HO
L330 Maynard - across from Arcade
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Opinion, to be respected, must
be firm."
Lindstrom sees hope for better
newspapers in the Journalism stu-I
dents of today. "Journalism stu-
dents are fully aware of the com-
promise, complacency, commer-
cial and neutralism that in-
fect the daily press; but they are
not dissuaded," he says.
"They are committed to the
'newspaper of the heart's desire.'
There is no evidence that Journal-
ism students are training to be
the hacks of tomorrow.
"The daily press is sick; it needs
reform and leadership. There is:
nowhere else to look but to the
journalism colleges."
Since leaving the University in
spring Lindstrom has been in Con-
necticut working on a journalism
textbook which he says should
be published within a year and a.
half.
He sees a need for a journalism
text that "takes account of recent{
developments in Journalism rath-
er than insisting on convention.'
Organization
Notices
Congregational Disciples E. & R. Stu-
dent Guild, Luncheon Discussion, Oct.
21, 12 Noon, 524 Thompson.
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Newman Club, Dunker's Hour, 3:30
p.m., Homecoming Dinner & Dance,
5:30 p.m , Oct. 22, 331 Thompson.

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TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to N.Y. City area on this
Sunday. Will share driving and ex-
penses., Leaving any time. Call Judy
Kalb, 3-1561, Ext. 317. 08
APHASIC student wishes'ride after 3
p.m. Fridays to Birmingham, back to
campus Sunday afternoon. Mrs. May,
NO 8-8993. 07
SITUATION WANTED
EXPERIENCED DRUMMER looking for
.steady job with a combo. Call NO 2-
4401, 209 Michigan House. HHl
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity. NO 8-8887. FF2
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c, military supplies.
SAM'S STORE~ 122 1. Washington
Wl
BUSINESS SERVICES
JUST A TEENSY-WEENSY bit on the
plumpish side? Try "Lumbards" Met-
recal Luncheon for 45c. 1225 S. Uni-
versity. J55
DANCE & LISTENING MUSIC
So you can't afford a live band. Let
us bring you all the well known
dance bands in Stereophonic Tape
Recorders, amplifiers and speakers.
Donation only.
0. A. Goresbeck & Son
Stereophonic Dance Music
680 Gill St., Ypsilanti HU 3-1977
J49
FALL BARGAIN CARNIVAL SALE
30-qt. Plastic Waste Basket 1.99
Plastic Pail 77c
Plastic Laundry Basket 99C
0-Cedar Sponge Mop 2.44
Laundry Cart 2.99
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR HARDWARE
311 S. Main St.
HOMECOMING?
or is it COMING-HOME? In either
case make your party the BEST!
Get your supplies NOW at
RAL PH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7131
J56
HELP WANTED
BREAKFAST WAITER WANTED. Phone
steward, NO 2-3215. H27
STOCK WORK and selling job open in
our supply department for student
with no afternoon classes. Apply at
Follett's. Y10
PART-TIME PIANIST for local church.
Phone 3-9369 or 2-3737. H25
MARRIED COUPLE for children's cot-
tage. Parent's position, preferably
without children, over 2j years of
age. live in but duty evenings and
weekends only, two miles from cam-
pus compensation is apt., food, and
salary. Must be available for two
years. Mr. Rome, Washtenaw County
Juvenile Court, NO 3-7511, ext. 277,

FOR RENT
ROOMMATE WANTED, female, to share
2 bedroom furnished apartment con-
venient to campus and downtown
area. NO 8-7438 after 5:30. C66
WASHTENAW at 9. UNIVERSITY. Fur-
nished, 2 bedrooms, $110 a month.
NO 3-7268 after 5. C64
FOR RENT to bride and groom: clean
apt. on Huron River. Available to
refined couple. Phone NO 3-5126. C65
LIVE NEAR your fraternity or her sor-
ority. Single or double. 1502 Cam-
bridge. NO 2-2372. J62
ONE ROOM for single girl. Living-bed-
room arrangement. Completely fur-
nished. Community kitchen. NO
2-6987. Off Washtenaw in fraternity
area. C59
WHITMORE LAKE cottage, 11458E
Shore Dr. $55 a mouth. NO 3-1423. C58
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-
1443. CIO
PARKING SPACE and garage. One block
from campus. 514S. Forest. Phone NO
2-1443. 08
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
COME TO GRINNELL'S
FOR THE
GREATEST OF GREATS
Be sure to graduate, whe*i that
time comes, with the help of a
Webcor Tape Recorder. Free langu-
age course with each Recorder.
Prices range from $149.00.
Reconditioned Uprights $89 up
One beautiful Steinway B.
-Save $25010 on this model
MAKE GRINNELL'S'
YOUR PIANOGHEADQUARTERS
323 S. Main NO 2-5667
X4
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL R~EPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X2

LOST AND FOUND
LOST- Tan suede Jacket. Name
label. Reward. Phone Falker,
3-9348.
LOST-Double log slide rule in lea
sheath. Initials inside sheath E
'38 and D.S.W. Reward, $10. Call
Winchell Hs. W.Q. after 6:30.
LOST - Navy trenchcoat withp
lining. Call NO 3-1561, Ext.
afternoons.
LOST? To find yourself try the MI
gan Daily, Just find atelephone
dial NO 2-3241.
FOUND: 30 weeks (a full sc1ooy
of interesting, newsy readin~g.'
was found on the Diag June 8,
and the owner is wanted despera
Please call NO 2-3241 for informst
and find a year's DAILY subscrai
as a ,reward (only $7.00 too).
FOUND: Pair of men's glasses. Lib
Music Shop.
FOR SALE
MOUTON COAT, size 14, $25: (exce
condition); automatic French f
$5; Sunbeam 3 qt. electric sauce
-$9; beige and gold tweed carpel
(with pad) 12x12, $65. Call NO 3-
BEAUTIFUL PORTABLE Webcor H
named Monique. To see her is to
sire her. Bet offer taken. NO 2-7
LEICA, M-3, Elmafl 2.8 lens, case.
new. Best reasonable offer. NO 3-
1000 ITEMS good, clean winter cloth
All sizes. Nearly New Shop. 311 00
P1., Ypsilanti, HU 2-7678.
THE TREASURE MART
529 Detroit NO 2-1:
Our invitation to visit a friend
new store handling articles o
consignment. We sell to you -
for you -- all kinds of furnitu
household items. dishes, silver,-a
pliances, baby needs, toys, k
skates, and bicycles.
Come In and Browse.
Weekdays 'til 5:30 P.M.
Mon. and Fri. 'til 9:00 P.M.
FOR SALE: Martin D-28 Guitar.
Howie, 2-1321.
USED CARS
FORD) RANCH WAGON, '55. IE. mo
good body. $395. NO 3-5821, p.m.
55 MERC Hard-top. Low mil. No :
Radio and Heater. $598. NO 5-,
evenings.
1950 BUICK SEDAN dynaflow. Q
condition. Best offer over $90,
NO 2-3888.
SAVE MONEY: '58 Renault Dauph
radio, exc. heater, white walls,
mpg. Best offer. NO 3-0147 even
and week-ends.
MG-TD. 1951 model. Rebuilt engine
transmission. Good top and body.
2-4961.
TRIUMPH TR3, Late '56, Exc. coni
and H, Michelin-X tires, low mile
Never raced. NO 5-5143.
ENGLAND'S FINEST SPORTSCAR,
Aston-Martin DB3 Coupe, The u
mate in performance, refinement,
prestige. Only 8500 miles by one
tious owner. Standard equipment
eludes dual overhead cameg
aluminum body, leather upholsi
etc. Winl accept trade. HU 3-1279.

PLANNING TO GO HOME Thanksgiv-
Ing and Christmas? Make your flight
reservations at Alva's Travel Agency,
300 S. Thayer. The due date for pay-
ment is Nov. 1 so you'd better HUR-
RY! For information call NOrmandy
2-1006 between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M.
F195
FLAVIUS wants to remin you that to-
day is the last day to buy the tickets
to the Homecoming Dance. You may
get yours on the Diag from ten to
five. For only $3.50 per couple you
get to dance to Woody Herman and
his band from nine to one. Inter-
mission 'entertainment will feature
the Friars. F219
WILL THERE BE A LION at the TEP
House? F212
HUNGRY for some cookies, cakes, and
brownies? FILL UP on Monday, Oct.
24, 10 a.m., Village Store, 1205 South
University. Alva Gordon Sink Group,
U of M Alumni Association. P200
IT'S A KNOWN FACT THAT . . . by
your senior year you have met so
many people that every new person
reminds you of someone else!
Ogden Nash (reworded) P211
CALL, talk, listen, and learn. Big Daddy
at 3-7305. F185
NOV. 1 is the latest date for payment
*of your holiday plane reservations at
Alva's Travel Agency. Hurry down to
311 S. Thayer or call NOrmandy 2-1006
between 8 and 8 information. F210
FOR THE FINEST in music and enter-
tainment contact the Bud-Mor Agen-
cy, eaturing the BollWeevils, Johnny
Harvard, Dick Tilkin, the Kingsmen,
Ray Lewis, Al Young, Al Blaser, Men
of Note plus many others. 1103 South
University..NO 2-6362. F57
JOIN THE BIG PARADE, Oct. 27. from
the Diag to the train station leaving
at 9 A.M. F209
ENTERTAINMENT at Cafe Promethean
every Friday and Saturday evening.
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years and over to work part time:
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DEAR DICK: How the H--- should I
know what the BAR is? -Jack F208
WHICH WAY to Green House? I am
lost? Where is the big sign? I wish
knew. P-F158
HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY, Marcia Doell.
F207
WORLD'S FAIR, MICHIGAN UNION,
October 28 and 29. F201
ONLY AT MICHIGAN could it happen
that the president of the Union
helped tie" Homecoming programs.
The program committee wishes to
thank all its little elves who helped
the last few days. F220
FOLKLORISTS-because of rain you
were not able to hear Perry Lederman
pick for the JOSH WHITE concert.
Observe him today 3-5 on the diag.
F218
IF YOU'RE going to the Josh White
concert save your ticket stubs. P222
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