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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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)w Shows Mutual Mistrust

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"Mutual mistrust is largely re-
sponsible for the conflict between
the Daily Californian and the Uni-
versity of California student gov-
eriment," Prof.,Kenneth N. Stew-
art of the journalism deparment
said yesterday.
To Hold Forum
On Senior Exams
An open forum will be held Jy
the literary school steering com-
mittee at 7:30 Tuesday in the
Multipurpose Room of the Under-
graduate Library.
The committee yesterday con-
tinued discissions of the idea of
comprehensive examinations for
seniors in their major studies

Prof. Stewart, wbo spent last
summer at Berkeley as a visiting
professor, said the Daily Cali-
fornian is always wary of any,
threat to its editorial indepen-
dence. The student government as
well as the university administra-
tion is apprehensive about possible
journalistic irresponsibility of the
press, which is technically under
its supervision.
In comparing the student gov-
ernment and the staff of the Daily
Californian, Prof. Stewart said the
student government is composed
mainly of "conservatives, organi-
zation-minded students."
Newsmen Liberal
The newspaper, on the other
hand, is run by more "liberal, in..
dependent students. Of the two
groups, I saw much more vitality

in the Daily Californian staff," he
said.
The question which led to the
resignation of the Daily Califor-
nian's senior editorial staff last
week was whether the paper was
justified in supporting one partic-
ular candidate for a student gov-
ernment office.
The student government main-
tains that since the paper is sup-
ported by funds taken from stu-
dent fees, it is not fair for it to
support one candidate and not
others.
Committee Controls
The situation is further compli-
cated by the fact that the Execu-
tive Committee technically pub-
lishes the Daily Californian and
therefore has some measure of
control over it.
Prof. Stewart agrees that an
ethical problem is involved in the
endorsement of political candi-
dates in such a situation. He be-
lieves, however .that one of the
main functions of the press is in-
telligent criticism of government.
For this reason the object of a
free press is defeated when it is
owned by the governing body.
Administration Uneasy
The administration of the Uni-
versity of California has had some
misgivings about the extent to
which the Daily Californian has
commented on off-campus events.
Last year the paper strongly
criticized the Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee and the Ameri-
can Legion, and opposed the exe-
cution of Caryl Chessman.

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Onthe Jouie

Cooley House of East Quad-
rangle will hold a Halloween Mas-
querade Party at 9 p.m. tonight'
in the south lounge of the quad-
rangle.
This party is one series of tra-
ditional. theme parties which
Cooley has given over the years.

The lounge will be decorated for
the occasion, complete with a
blazing hearth.
Cooley's own-jazz combo will be
featured along with refreshments
and games for all. Admission is
free to all house members and
their dates.

--Daily-Anne Irwin
FOLK FLAVOR-Indian students practice an intricate folk dance
which they will perform at the World's Fair tonight. Their dem-
.onstration Is one aspect of the combination International Week-
World's Fair festivities which will focus on the foreign student
this week.
World's Fair To Begin
'U' InternationlWe

JOSH WHITE
TOMORROW
NIGHT
Tickets ct
Ulrich's & Follett's

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GIFT FORYOUI?

a s s
THE 1961
DATE BOOK
Full of facts and reference
lists, this personal calendar.
and card list will help you
remember important dates.
It's our free gift to you .-.
ask for your Hallmark Date
Book on your next visit.
University
Card & Photo
723 North University

International Week begins to-
day with the Michigan Union-
sponsored World's Fair.
International Week is a series of
related events sponsored by for-
eign student groups designed to
make the campus and city aware
of the presence of 1,400 foreign
students and to promote some
contact between these groups.
The World's Fair will occupy
the second and third floors of the
Union tonight from 7-12 p.m. and.
tomorrow from 1 to 12 p.m.
The week's main event will be
the International Variety Show,
presented at 8 and 10 each night
in the Union Ballroom.
The show will follow the
"Around the World in Eighty
Minutes" theme. About 15 acts
from a total of 30 will participate
in each performance.
Joomin Kim, '61 Med., will em-
cee and sing songs from his na-
tive country, Korea. There will be
folk dancers and singers, an Afri-
can wedding ritual and a skit from
the MUSKET production of "Kis-
met."
The annual fair will feature
displays of native dress, art and
jewelry under the theme "Cos-
Gang Attacks
TeamManager
In 'U' Stadium
A gang of young toughs beat
and pummelled a Minnesota stu-
dent manager after the Michigan-
Minnesota football game last Sat-
urday, eye-witness George Specht
charged yesterday.
In a letter to President Harlan
Hatcher and other University offi-
cials, Specht said that several of
the young toughs were wearing
Ann Arbor High School sweat-
shirts-
While the Minnesota manager
was attempting to remove equip-
ement from the field, Specht re-
ported, the youths stole several
footballs and coats from him.
Then they returned, knocked
the manager down, and beat him
for 20 minutes. There were no
police or University guards in
sight to give aid.
"This was the most disgraceful
and unsportsmanlike act I have
ever seen in a Big Ten stadium,"
Specht said.

tumes of the World." Food from
various countries will be sold.
Other highlights of Internation-
al Week include: a panel discus-
sion on Cuba Sunday; "Come Back
Africa," a movie to be shown at
the Campus Theatre during the
week; "The- Ugly American-True
or False," a panel discussion
Thursday; and the Monte Carlo
Ball Saturday, which will conclude
the program.
Organizations
To0 Sponsor
Bucket Drive
The annual Fresh Air Camp
Bucket Drive will take place next
Thursday and Friday, Junior *In-
terfraternity Council President
William Gleason, '63, announced
recently. .
The drive raises funds for the
University's Fresh Air Camp for
emotionally disturbed children.
During the summer these children
are given special care by the
camp, which is the only one of its
kind in the country. In the winter
the Fresh Air Camp facilities are
open to University organizations'
for social programs such as pic-
nics and square dances.
The Inter -Quadrangle Council,
Junior Interfraternity Council,
Junior Pan-Hellenic and Assem-
bly Assocaition will co-sponsor
the drive. There will be sign up
sheets in the major housing units
and fraternity and sorority houses.
Persons interested in manning
buckets are urged to sign up,
Gleason said.
Two To Lecture
On Architecture
Two speakers will report recent
findings on basic architectural de-
sign today in the Architecture
Aud. as part of the Regional
Meeting of Collegiate Schools of
Architecture.
Thomas F. Malone, an insur-
ance company research director,
will speak on "The Spatial En-
vironment" at 10 a.m. and Prof.
Hoyt L. Sherman of the fine arts
department of Ohio State Uni-
versity will discuss "The Visual
Environment" at 2:30 p.m.

LOST AND FOUND
STRING OF PEARLS, South Univ.
near Martha Cook Monday morning.
Call Ext. 3098 from 9-12, and 2-4741 in
afternoon. A48
FOUND: A girl's rng near Chem. Bldg.
Call NO 3-1415. A49
TRENCH COAT mix up, I have yours,
you have mine Found alligator
trench coat with car key in pocket
on Sunday, Oct. 23 in Bu.-Ad Bldg.
NO 2-0773. Dave Grupe A50
FOUND - Pair of new rust calfskin
gloves, size 7%;j, on morning of Oct.
21, between Couzens and Victor
Vaughn. Call Couzens Hall, ext. 451.
A47
LOST: Aquamarine ring. Square-cut,
gold band. Sentimental value. Return
to Rm. 207 A&D Bldg. for cash re-
ward, No questions. A45
LOST: Black billfold at Mudow Game,
Reward, NO 2-5053. A46
LOST-Round gold charm with 2 pearls
lost between campus and Michigan
Stadium. Reward. Please call NO
2-6962, A42
LOST-Double log slide rule in leather
sheath. Initials inside sheath E.L.W.
'36 and D.S.W. Reward, $10. Call 414
Winchell Hs, W.Q. after 6:30. A38
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). A2
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
FOR RENT
ROOMMATE WANTED to share large
3-room apart. $38 month. 538 N. State.
Phone 3-6678 after 4:30. C70
TRAILER SITES AVAILABLE: New sites
available at University Trailer Parks
Number two. Beautifully situated
overlooking Whitmore Lake. Eight
miles from Ann Arbor, 5 minute walk
to Whitmore Lake shopping center,
Call HI 9-5961 or drive to 11630 Whit-
more Rd. C69
GIRL TO SHARE newly - furnished
ground floor apartment close to cam-
pus. NO 8-8634 or NO 2-7705. C67
WASHTENAW at S. 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
ONE ROOM for single girl, Living-bed-
room arrangement. Completely fur-
nished. Community kitchen. NO
2-6987. Off Washtenaw in fraternity
area. C59
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. 025
ONE BLOCK from campus - Modern
apartment. Newly furnished. NO 2-
1443. C10
PARKING SPACE and garage. One block
from campus. 514 S. Forest. Phone NO
2-1443 08
HELP WANTED
BREAKFAST WAITER WANTED. Phone
steward, NO 2-3215. H27
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 24 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,
H2
STUDENTS AND YOUNG WOMEN, 18
years and over to work part time:
9 a.m.-1 p.m., 1 p.m.-5 p.m. or 5 p.m.-
9 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Telephone inquiries
from our office. Salary. For interview
call NO 2-5697. H7
HELP WANTED--Male
BOY WANTED for night work, 10 p.m.-
2:30 a.m. Apply in person after 1:30
p.m. Drake's Sandwich Shop. Yll
ROOM AND BOARD
ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Fraternity, 1315
Hill St. Excellent cooi. Any or all
meals, Call NO 2-2252. E37

WANTED: Male roommate Tor spacious
apt. 2 blocks from campus. Call 2-
5387, Z

MICHI AN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
,RATES
LINES I DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .80 2.00 2.96
3 .96 2.49 3.55
4 1.12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
Phone NO 2-4786
USED CARS
'57 JAGUAR, 3.4 Sedan. O'drive, 2100
miles. Immaculate. NO 5-642. N63
'59 MERCEDES 180-D, Grey. Low mile-
age. Call 5-2310 evenings. N60
'55 CHEVY, 2-door Bel Air hard top.
V8. power steering. powergide, radio
and heater. $500 NO 3-1474 between
7 and 10 p.m. N59
'51 CHEVROLET-Body, etc.: Poor. Me-
chanical shape; Excellent. New
brakes, $90 or best offer. Cal Dick,
NO 2-048. N58
1959 AUSTIN-HEALY, Al condition. NO
3-2713 (if no answer, NO 2-8352), N5
Imported Used Cars
For Sale
Michigan European Car Corp.
424 S. MAIN .
N57
1960 SIMCA Elysee deluxe sedan. Lively,
roomy luxurious economy car. Only
1,000 miles since bought in Pars.
NO 5-7327. N?
55 MERC Hard-top. Low mil. No rust.
Radio and Heater. $598. No 5-5803
evenings, N53
ENGLAND'S FINEST SPORTS CAR, 1959
Aston-Martin DB3 Coupe. The ulti-
mate in performance, refinement, and
prestige. Only 8500 miles by one cau-
tious owner. Standard equipment in-
cludes dual overhead cam engine,
aluminum body, leather upholstery,
etc. Will accept trade. HU 3-1279. N52
PERSONAL
TO THE SICK ROOMMATE: Get well
rea soon, you're missed a good deal.
Janet F29
ALVA'S TRAVEL AGENCY Chartered
Flight passengers can take advantage
of an airport bus to Willow Run for
$2.50. Call Normandy 2-1006 between
8 a.m. and 8 p.m. to make your res-
ervations now. P28
EUROPE, 7 to 5 weeks only $1,000. Call
5326 Markley. F27
TO MY IMPRISONED neat door reigh-
bor. Get well real soon and get out
of there. Janet P33
IT'E A KNOWN FACT THAT . ..
"Incompatibility is the spice of life
-if he has income and she Is pat-I
table."-Ogden Nash. F3
FIRESIDE FORUM Fellowship. Single
young adults "Factors Influencing
the Lutheran Reformation," Pastor
Robert Seltz, St. Luke's Lutheran
Church. Oct. 30,. 7:30 .M., Firstl
Methodist Church, 120 . State. P30
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Phyllis. Have a
wonderful time at your party.
.Cuz Jan,.F-P3
ISRAELIS', Student Zionist Organiza-
tion and Hilel members- tikots for
the Israel Pilarmonri Orchestra
are here. $1.50 per ticket, transpor-
tation free, first floor seats. Tickets
will be available at Hillel 3-5 Friday,
5-7 Sunday. P34
HURRY! There are still a few bosses'
knees left tosit on. Become a MUS-
KET secy. Union any day after 3
p.m. P35
CONGRATULATIONS KISH, one of the
few International students to pledge
a fraternity. Best of Luck to both
you and TEP. P26
ENTERTAINMENT at Cafe Promethean
every Friday and Saturday evening.
Floe
Yes-You Can Still Join
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
BUSINESS STAFF _
-Advertising
--Layout
- Accounting
Stop in Anytime
F2
FOR THE FINEST in musIc and enter-
tainment contact the Bud-Mor Agen-
cy, featuring 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

STEAK AND EGGS-85 cents. DELTA
LUNCH, 409 E. Jefferson. P12
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-
mentI s Nov. 1 so you'd better HUR-
RY! For information call NOrmandy
2-1006 between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M.
F195
PIZZA AND BREW - $.30-2.00. Delta
Lunch, 409 E. Jefferson. F9
HOORAY! COME TO THE FAIR. P204'
Read the Classifieds

TRANSPORTATIC
APHASIC student wishes rid
p.m. Fridays to Birmingham
campus Sunday afternoon. :
NO 8-8993.
BARGAIN CORNI
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords--$7
39c; shorts 69c; military st
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Was
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Automatic Wes
washer, $75, matching elect
$65. Also misc. nursery ;
NO 5-7374.
55 LINCOLN hard top. A-one
power extras. 6:30 p.m. NO
WOMAN'S Raccoon Coat, size,
Very good cond. $20. NO 3-5
COME IN and see our 88c.-to
along with toys for all ag
Western Auto, 119 E. Washin
THE TREASURE MAR
529 Detroit NO
Our invitation to visit a]
store handling articles
signment. We sell to y
for you - all kinds of fu
dishes, silver, appliances, t
topcoats, men's suits, snowsi
coats, baby needs, toys, a
skates.
Come In and Browse
Weekdays 'til 5:30 P l
Mon. and Fri. 'til 9:00 1
MOUTON COAT, size 14, $25;
wcondition); automatic Fren,
$5; Sunbeam 3 qt. electric a
$9; beige and gpld tweed
(with pad) 12x12, $65. Call)N
1000 ITEMS good, clean winter
All sizes. Nearly New Shop. 31
P1., Ypsilanti, RU 2-7678.
MUSICAL MDSE,
RADIOS, REPAIR
COME TO GRINNE
FOR THE
GREATEST OF GRE
Be sure to graduate, wha
time comes, with the hell
Webcor Tape Recorder. Free
age course with each Rs
Prices range from $149.00.
Reconditioned Uprights $6
One beautiful Steinway
Save $2500 on this mod
MAKE GRINNELL'S
YOUR PIANO HEADQUAR
323 S. Main NC
A-1 New and Used Instrur
BANJOS, GUITARS and BC
Rental Purcliase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPA
119 W. Washington NC
BUSINESS SERVIC
RAVING GUESTS over this
Serve them the very best A
has to offer. Come down tc

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1225 S. University.
CHILD CARE in licensed home.
2006.
SPECIAL ON
RUBBER-MAID DOOR-MAT
Regular price $2.39. Now $1
We carry a good line of rubbe
link mats and cocoa mata
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR IARE
311 S. Main St.
DANCE & LISTENING MUE
So you can't afford a live band
us bring you all the well ki
dance bands in Btereophonic
Recorders, amplifiers/and spe
Donation only.
Q. A. Goresbeck & Son
Stereophonic Dance Musi
660 Gill St., Ypsilanti HU3
BIKES and SCOOTER
PARILLA SCOOTER. Excellent
tion. Floor shift, luggage ra
spare tire. Windshield, ,speed
etc. NO 2-4010.
1957 TRIUMPH T 20 in imms
condition. With bags and win
Must sell. Conitact Frank Cr
NO 8-8978.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: 2 OSU-Michigan f
tickets. Call 8-8732.
SITUATION WANTI
HOUSEWORK WANTED - Exper
dependable person. NO 2-9782.

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SINGLE ROOM
quiet. Close to
areas. Linens
NO 1-8372.

for man. Clean and
campus and all sports
furnished, $7. Phone
B35

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