or Students in Sciences
, , .:.
By LINDA REISTMAN
For students working in social
.and physical sciences and having
a limited amount of time to devote}
to language study, the University
offers two special Russian reading
"Russia is making more and more
advances in these areas, and many
students find that important scien-
tific papers are not always avail-
able in translation," Prof. John
Mersereau of the slavic language
Better known as Russian 11 andj
12, the courses have been offered!
to all upperclassmen and graduate
students at the University for 10
years. The slavic language depart-
ment found that interest in Rus-
Aian from science and social
science majors increased notice-
ably with the advent of sputnik.
"We start from scratch and
cover allof the necessary grammarj
in the first semester, Prof. Mer-
sereau said. The students work as a
group during this semester, study-
ing basic grammar fundamentals
necessary for translation of writ-
Professors Mersereau and Hor-
ace Dewey of the slavic lan-I
guage department prepared a spe-
cial textbook for the course after
finding that the conventional Rus-I
sian grammars placed too much
emphasis on speaking the lan-
guage for our purposes,
Halfway through the first semes-
ter the students being reading un-
simplified selections compiled from
Rusian newspapers and journals.
The second semester of the
course is handled on an individual
basis. Students select various ma-
terials to study according to their
interests and fields of concentra-
tion. They meet privately with the
instructor once a week to discuss
and correct their translations.
"Most of the students presently
enrolled in the course are majoring
in fields of science or social sci--
ence," Prof. Mersereau said. "Last
year students represented 24 fields
of concentration, ranging from
epidemiology to psysics.' '
"Our aim is simply to prepare
students for completely indepen-
dent translation with accuracy in
their fields of concentration,"
Prod. Mersereau noted.
Rik Karlsson, '62, has been chos-
en new general manager for
WCBN; the residence hall radio
Karlsson announced the ap-
pointment of Robert Heath, '63,
as business manager and John
Chase. 61, as programmiig direc-
tor for the network.
Leonard Wiener, '62, recently
resigned from the managership,
stating that one of his reasons was
the refusal of the station's board
of directors to incorporate the
three broadcasting studios in the
three quadrangles into one, in the
South Quadrangle studio.
"I'm for consolidation of the
station," Karlsson said, "but not
in one quad as was proposed."
Wiener has agreed to be a spe-
cial assistant to the new general
"Consolidation into one quad
tends to give more attraction to
the people in that quad," Karlsson
said. "I hope to find a neutral
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A new' consultation board for
the Daily Californian met for the
first time last week and began to
evaluate Daily Cal policies and
possible revision of the by-laws.
The student government body of
the University of California at
Berkeley created the board in late
November in answer to student
dissatisfaction with present poli-'
The purposes of the new board
are to make recommendations to
the executive committee for the
senior editorial board, suggestions
for new by-laws and to carry out
a study of Daily Cal policies.
Daily Cal positions for next se-
mester will be obtained by appli-
cation, the board decided. Appli-
cations will be open "to anyone,"
the Daily Cal stated, and applica-
tions wil be mailed to both the
resigned staffs and the interim
The new staff to be appointed
will take over at the start of the
spring term. The interim staff will
continue to publish the remaining
The huge Christmas card in the'
fishbowl has been gathering sig-j
natures at a rapid pace. the to-j
tal at 3 p.m. yesterday having
Organizations sponsoring it
have expressed tremendous ex-
citement at the enthusiastic re-
sponse of University students to
this project, card designer Carol
Cohen, '64, said. The card is to
be sent to the four New Orleans
Negro schoolgirls in the boycotted,
newly-integrated elementaries in
an effort to make their struggle
a little easier.
It is hoped that the goal of 1,.-
000 signatures will be reached to-
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Complete tine of Beauty Work
605 E. WILLIAM
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'Twas the night before Christmas
When all through the house,
Were delicious snacks from Ralph's.
709 Packard NO 5-7131
NAME YOUR TERMS - Owner gradu-
ating. 2 year old 3 bdrm. ranch.
Fenced yard, near school. $13,900. NO
BIKES and SCOOTERS
NSJ MOTORCYCLE. Good condition.
Must sell. Call S.Q. Ext. 842: 26|
'58 AUSTIN EALY Roadster. Call
Phyllis Marsh at 31511, Ext. 2003. N100
MG-TC -- Good condition. Must sell-
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1953 FORD. Standard transmission. NO
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MERCEDES 1958 190 sedan, 23,000 miles.
All leather interior. Best offer. NO 8-
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sWAP-Jaguar ark VII, 4 door sedan
in good condition for a VW. Prefer-
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Bu-Ines.-men's Athletic Club, 2270
W, Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, N96
1955 PLYMOUTH 4 door sedan. Never
exposed to Michigan salt. 6 cyl.,
standard shift, tires almost new.
$325. NO 5-5401. N97
FULL TIME TYPING and general office
position available at Follett's, 322
South State Street. Full time appli-
cations only. E35
STUDENTS AND YOUNG WOMEN, 18
years and over to work part tie:
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 2-5698, H
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2.4786
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1:00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
FOR RENT: Furnished apt. for 3, $110.
All utilities pald. 314 so. Fifth. C102
APT. FOR 2 or 3 students located on
HillSt;.* Can. be occupied. Jan. 1 Fur-
nished and all utilities paid. Call NO
8-9538 and after 8 P.M. call 2-3512.
WINTER COTTAGE on Whitmore Lake
front. Modern with oil furnace and
fireplace,N$50 per4month, until Jan.
15.' Call NO -2604., C104
2 BEDRM. partially furnished newly re-
decorated home at Whitmore Lake.
Phone G, 7-9613" or HI 9-2489., 0100
MODERN attractive apt.' on Arbordale.
One bedroom. Unfurnished. NO 5-
QUIET ROOMS NEAR CAMPUS
Linens 'furnishe4.$6-$7:We will
help -you move. 1319 Hill. NO 2-6422.
FURNISHED HOME for 2nd semester.
429 E. Shore Dr., Whitmore Lake. 2
bdrms., gas furnished, fireplace, full
bath, .$110 month ,including heat
and phone. Call HI 9-4411 or F19-
ATTRACTIVE, clean apartment on riv-
er 11% miles from campus. Applica-
tions taken from young married cou-
ples. Phone NO 3-5126. 095
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-$995. 025
BARGAIN CORNER :
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.'
SAM'S STORE, 122 I. Washington
HOUSEWORK WANTED - Experienced,
Sdependable person. NO 2-9782., HH2
WANTED: Ride to Boston. Wil:
expenses. Call NO 3-9167.
RIDERS WANTED to California
part. of January. Help drive.
1531. Ask for BealResidence
NEEDED: Ride to MLA conventic
GA 2-6729, collect.
RIDE DESIRED to N.Y.C. area, v
15. Call Bob Benson, NO 2-3176
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Absolute best deal Las Vegas, P
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CAR SERVICE, ACCESSC
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economy minded .. . home-like
comfort ... that's why the Aller-
ton Hotel is Chicago headquar-
ters for many school groups,
business and professional stu-
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teams, debate teams, speech
clinics, toyrs, etc.
For you-r own Chicago visit or
week-end stay choose the hotel
close to everything on
'Mi ch igan Avenue's
. Magnificent Mile
issues of the present semester day,
You are still Welcome
3Jobowea KHAYYAM GIFT SHOArP i
reasonably priced for 10 years
r Weekdays KHAYYAM
i 9:30 to 5:30 No, University
Saturday Ann Arbor, Mich.
9:30 to 5:00 License No. B-5536
THE BUD-MOR AGENCY features the
finest in dance music. DICK TILKIN
- THE CLASSICS - Johnny Harberd
- Andy Andersen - Wayde Gallant
- Ray Lewis - The Kingsmen - Al
Blaser, plus many others. 1103 S. Uni-
versity. NO .2-6362. F32
HAPPY Dec. 14 to Sara LS. F30
Willowpolitan will take you to Metro
or Willow Run in time to catch your
plane home Christmas. Tickets avail-
able in fishbowl through Thursday
THE NEW BOLLWEEVIL JASS BAND
record (at local record stores) is ideal
for Christmas. P24
WE URGENTLY NEED HELP. Anyone
having knowledge of the activities of
Diana Paton within the past two
years please contact us. NO 3-9537 and
NO 2-5283. F16
CACIQUE, Feliz Anniversario, Mi Vida.
THE CAFE PROMETHEAN now has a
new weekday menu - lower prices
with plenty of atmosphere, good
music. Why not visit us cn your next
coffee date?- 198
TO ALL JANUARY GRADUATES: Any-
one interested in being student
a speaker for January graduation, con-
tact Bob Radway at NO 5-5547 or
Jim Agnew at NO 5-9422. P178
SILVERTONE Tape Recorder. Perfect
condition, practically unused. List
price, $180. reduced to $89 for quick
sale. Phone NO 2-2803 before 8 A.M.
or after 9 P.M. or weekends. B85
FOR SALE: 1957 36x8 Marlette house
trailer. 2 bdrm., full bath. Exc, cond.
Parked on a 3 acre lot and may re-
main. Must sell. NO 2-4180 after 6
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8, P14,
w/case. Trans. radio. 6&7 Trs. All
brand new, Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leave message with NO 3-4288. B76
EXPENSIVE DIAMOND WRIST WATCH
with diamond band. Will sacrifice. NO
WOMAN'S Raccoon Coat, size, Medium.
Very good cond. $20. NO 3-5355. B49
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GOLD CHARM BRACELET (Lost
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LOST: Gold lady's wrist watch, Thurs-
day night, between, Rackham and'
Markley. Contact Markley 3414. A84
WRONG WOMAN'S beige coat picked
up at East Quad Sat. night. To settle
mix-up, phone 5215 Markley. A85
LOST: String of pearls. Sentimental
value. Call NO 3-6001. A83
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of interesting, newsy reading. This
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FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS:
New 17" Portable TV from $99.95
New Portable Automatic Stereo
Clock Radios from $18.77
Transistor Portables from $18.77
Tape Recorders from $79.95
H. P. JOHNSON & CO.
209-211 S. Fourth NO 3-4124
GIVE A FOUNTAIN PEN
This will be a most appreciated gift,
for along with our excellent selec-
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to take advantage of our 24-hour
fountain pen service.
The most worthwhile gift togive-
A Fountain Penf
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314 S. State RR L NO 3-2481
POTTERY AND COPPER ENAMEL back
from ART ASSOCIATION SALE at
reduced prices. Call NO 3-9788, 1111
Make GRINNELL'S on S. Main
your headquarters for the
BEST in Stereo, Hi-Fi,
RECORD PLAYERS, RADIOS - $49.95_
up.dUniversity Music House, 340 May-
SMOKER'S GIFT ARTICLES
Imported Crockery Humidors
Gift wrapped Cigars
The Pipe Center, 1217 S. University
The perfect Christmas Gift. A Daily
reminder of you for far away loved
ones. Give them a subscription to the
Michigan Daily. Can be mailed ANY-
WHERE. Call NO 2-3241.
He'll love to get an
OFFICIAL MICHIGAN RING
BURR, PATTERSON, & AULD CO.
(official Michigan jewelers)
1209 S. University NO 8-8887
P.S. So will she.
P.S. So will she. Burr-Patt.
Beover's Bike and Hardware
605 Church NO 5-6$07
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS
STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
TIME-1 yr. .....................$3.87
LIFE-1 yr. ...................$4.00
SPORTS ILL.-1 yr........,.....$4.00
NEWSWEEK- yr. .............$3.00
NEW REPUBLIC-1 yr.........$5.00
Handsome Gift Card Sent
Order now - pay later
Call NO 2-3061
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJQS. GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W Washington NO 2-1834
GUITARS, UKULELES, B ONd
University Music House,,340 M;
THE TREASURE MA VT
529 Detroit NO 2
Now featuring oil paintings fra
Toledo gallery. Fine china, ste
silver, many items suitable
gifts. Ice skate exchange.
BICYCLES AT ALI PRICES
Western Auto Associate Stor
- 2119 E. Washington'
Open Monday through Fridayti
CHRISTMAS GIFTS2FOR TB
A line of housewares for the 1
Tools and some sporting goo
Sleds and skates for the childre
MUEHLIG AND LJANPHEAR
311 S. Main NO 2
ELECTRIC ORGANS $545 up. P
five nationally-known brands
up. Open every evening. Ann
Piano and Organ Co,~ 2133E. Wa
ton, NO 3-3109.
For Your Christmas!
NO 3-7851 Call any time NO
417 E. Liberty
211 S. State -
323 S. Mainm
ZOOM MOVI E CAMERA
with through-the-lens viewing and
built-in electric eye exposure meter.
PURCHASE CAMERA SHOP
1116 5. University NO 5-6101
DO YOUR CHRISTMA
Domestic Pewter, Crystal, Bone C
Ornaments, Paper and Ribbon
- Cards Imprinted - 24--hr. serv
Mailing Service, Decorative Kitche.
Chafing Dishes, Wall Plaque
Westmoreland Milk Glass, Cocktai
Hummell Figurines, Stuffed An<ii
VAN DYKE'S GIFTS
215 East Liberty NO 3-
Open Monday and Friday evenings for your convenience
Duplicate Bridge Boards
Congress Playing Cards
CRANE & EATON'S STATIONERY
CHRISTMAS CARDS-BOX & RACK
DESK PEN SETS
NOVELTIES BUXTON KEY CASES