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January 19, 1961 - Image 5

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Human Relc
le To 'Inform 4
At the Januar meeting of the
Ann Arbor Human xtelations Com-
mission Tuesday, plans were dis-
cussed for a program designed to
finform the community on the
problem of segregated housing
and its possible solutions.
s Dr. Herman Jacobs, director of
the Hillel Foundation and chair-
man of the Education Committee
of the Commission presented a
tentative plan for a two-part pro-
gram to feature a well-known
speaker at an open meeting.
Immediately following that
meeting the audience will be re-
quested to turn in any questions
they may have about the problem
of integrating housing..
tbuild-The questions will be discussed
ic bu- by a panel of citizens at another
ch must meeting to be held approximately
off. The three weeks later. Having only five
ach day. of its ten members present, the
commission passed the proposal
he needed pending the consent of a quorum.
sum which Henry Lewis, chairman pro-tem,
3 per cent reported that some progress has
propriation been made toward the settlement
of two complaints of loss of em-
it building ployment involving alleged dis-
of land on criminatory practices,
otball sta- In such cases the executive com-
n in this mittee of the commission meets
ng the re- with both the complainant and
old Hoover his former employer to determine
the validity of the complaint and

itions Board
C ommunity'
recommend action. In accordance
with their policy, no names were
mentioned at the commission's
open meeting.
A new brochure explaining the
purposes and procedures of the
Commission was distributed to
members and the audience at the
close of the meeting.
O n Failities
During Exams
The Women's physical educa-
tion department announced yes-
terday the recreational activities
open to women students during
the final examination period.
Barbour Gymnasium will have
badminton, basketball, and tram-
poline available from 3 to 5 p.m.
Jan. 23 through Jan. 27.
Bowling and table tennis will
be available in the Women's A'h-
letic Building from 3 to 5 p.m.
Jan, 23 through 27. Bowling must
have two or more participants and
they must call to make a reserva-
tion with the matron at WAB be-
fore noon of the day they plan to
The Women's Pool will be open
from 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Jan. 23 through Jan. 27.

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USED electric guitar and amplifier.
Best offer. Call Don, NO 5-8323. B102
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, 1 bedroom.
Call HU 2-3532. B93
PORTABLE STEREO phonograph and
stereo record collection. Call NO 2-
7798. B100
AM-FM Radio, Zenith, practically new.
Can be used as hi-fi tuner. $90. Call
3-7541 ext. 397. B95
4%% LOAN-low down payment, will
assume GI mortgage on newly deco-
rated 3 bedroom ranch. 2252 South
Circle. NO 3-7967. B101
ROOMMATE WANTED, close to cam-
pus. Call NO 5-9406. C140
FURNISHED ROOM for male resident.
All utilities paid. NO 8-9736. C151

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1961. Grades received after that time
may defer the students' graduation un-
til a later date.
Recommendations for Departmental
Honors: Teaching departments wishing
to recommend tentative January grad-+
uates from the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, for honors or
high honors should recommend such
students by forwarding a letter (in
two -copies; one copy for Honors Coun-
cil, one copy for the Office of Registra-
tion and Records) to the Director, Hon-
ors Council, 1210 Angell Hall, by 4:00+
p.m., Fri., Feb. 3.
Teaching departments in the School
of Education should foreward letters
directly to the Office of Registration
and Records, 1513 Admin. Bldg., by
8:30 a.m., Mon., Feb. 6.
Applications for Phoenix Project Re-
search Grants: Faculty members who
wish to apply for grants from the Mich-
igan Memorial-Phoenix Project Research
Funds to support research in the peace-
ful applications and implications of
nuclear energy should file applications
in Room 2042, Phoenix Memorial Labor-
atory by March 1. Application forms
will be mailed on request or can be
obtained at 2042 Phoenix Memorial
Lab., Ext. 86-407.
Events Thursday
Doctoral Examination for Yu-Tang
Hwang, Chemical Engineering; thesis:
"The Constant Volume Heat Capacities
of Gaseous Tetrafluoromethane, Chloro-
difluoromethane, Dichlorotetra-Fluoroe-
thane, and Chloropentafluoroethane,"
Thurs., Jan. 19, 3201 East Engineering
Bldg., at 3:30 p.m. Chairman, J. J.
Placement Notices
Birch Trails Camp, Wis.-Jerry Baer
interviewing TODAY for girls' camp.
Summer Placement Service will be
open Sat. morn. from 9:00 to 12:00. It
is open regularly Mon. through Thurs.
from 1:30 to 4:55 p.m. and Fri. all day,
Room D528 SAB
Pittsburgh Coke &sChem. Co., Pitts-
burgh - Miale Sales TRAINEE. B.S.
Chem. or Chem.E. Up to 3 yrs. chem.
sales exper. desirable.
Trans World Airlines, Kansas City,
Mo-Analyst (B.B.A. with Stat. major)
& Statistician (Masters in Stat.) for
Oper. Res. Sect, of Controller's Dept.
Math through Calculus, exper. prefer-
All-State Insurance, Detroit--B.A. any
field as Ass't. Computer Mgr. (exper.
in computor work, programing, some
supervisory); Underwriting TRAINEE
(1-2 yrs. gen. bus. exper.).
Lycoming, Div. of Avco Corp., Strat-
ford, Conn.-B.S. in M.E., A.E., or Ap-
plied Math. for adv. analytical & res.
activities in Gas Turbine field.
Michigan Civil Service-Jan. listing of
openings for grads all fields now post-
ed on bulletin bd. outside 4021 Admin.
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore -
Dept. of Educ, offers 1 yr. prog. lead-
ing to M.A. in secondary teaching for
grads without certificate. Concurrent
teaching internship with pay, partial
tuition fellowship. Apply by Mar. 1 to
begin June '61 prog.
Tobe-Coburn Sch. for Fashion Ca-
reers, NYC-4 full-tuition Fellowships
for '61 WOMEN grads. 1 yr. course in
Merchandising, Fash. Coordination,
Fash. Mag., Adv. Agency work. Apply by
Jan. 30.
Mgmt. Consulting Firm in East--Sr.
Staff Attorney for Div. Legal Dept. of
client firm, N.Y. state. 7-10 yrs. legal
exper., includ. govt. contracts.
Amer. Newspaper Publishers Assn.
Res. Institute, NYC-Training Adminis-
trator to install in-plant trng. progs.
for mgmt. personnel, craftsmen-in-
structors. Grad, having exper. in meth-
ods of teaching. Vocat. teachers. graph-
ic arts craftsmen, journ. grads DIS-

Fed. & Regional Civil Service exam.
announcements for current openings
posted on bulletin bd.
Conn. Civil Service - Audiometrist.
Grad. with trng. in psych., child dev.,
or audiometry. Prefer some exper. with
children, in hearing testing prog. Conn.
st. resid, req. Apply immed. for exam
in Jan., Feb. ,
Detroit Civil Service-Student Tech.
Asst.; Bus. Adm., Gen. Sci., Soc. Sci.
to work on half-time basis. Det. Resi-
dents with at least 2 yrs. college trng.
who cont. to be enrolled in field relat-
ed to assn. work activity.
Merrill-Palmer Institute - 1961-62
Grad. Fellowships, educ. grants in 4
progs.: Human Dev., Family Life, Coun-
seling & Psychotherapy, Community
U.S. Information Agency, Washing-
ton, D.C.-Reminder of recent grads.
of Radio Trainees for Voice of Amer-
ica. Good working knowledge of East.
European, Near Eastern, Far Eastern
or other foreign lang. (Will consider
few exceptionally qualified grads with-
out foreign lang. for Eng. lang. broad-
casters. Must be eligible for Fed. Serv.
Entrance Exam. Apply by Jan. 26 for
Feb. 11 exam.
Please contact Bureau of Appts.,
4021 Admin., Ext. 3371 for further in-
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Non-Academic
Personnel Office Room 1020 Adminis-
tration Building, during the following
hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring part-
time or temporary employees should'
contact Bill Wenrich, at NO 3-1511, ext.
Students desiring miscellaneous jobs
should consult the bulletin board in
Room 1020, daily.
10-Psychological subjects (hours to be
1-Light housework (6-8 hours per
1-Instructor, supervise group activi-
ties (9 a.m.-12 noon Saturdays
1-Sandwich-board carrier (January
26-31, 2 hours per day),
1-Waitress (12 noon-2 p.m., Monday-
Friday ).
1-Girl for light housework, and some
babysitting (12 noon til 5:30 p.m.,
1-Typist-clerk (20 hours per week,
for six months).
5-Psychological subjects (21 or over,
for drug experiments).
2-Girls for light housework (hours to
be arranged).
Christian Science Org., Testimony
Meeting, Jan. 19, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall,'
Fireside Rm.
* * *
Early Registration Pass Committee of
SGC is now accepting requisitions for
Out-of-Order Registration Passes for
Spring 1961 from student organizations.
Passes can be obtained by an interview
on Feb. 7, 8, or 9 for people who nor-
mally work over 15 hours per week
throughout the semester. A letter from
the employer must accompany the
* * s
Riding Club, Drill Team Meets, Jan.'
19, 6:50 p.m., WAB.
* * S
Wesley Fdn., Graduate Student Fel-
lowship Supper, Jan. 20, 5:30 p.m., 1st
Meth. Church, Pine Rm.

week. 1319 Hill St. NO 2-6422. C138
MODERN furnished apartment for four.
Near campus. Call 3-6001. C126
for 3 or 4 people. Well furnished. NO
2-0035. C158
2-MAN APT. Excellent location. $75 a
month. May see it between 9 and 5:30
p.m. 1110 S. University. C155
MODERN APARTMENT close to campus
and hospitals, furnished for four.
Feb. 5-June 15. NO 3-131. C148
and bath, complete kitchen facili-
ties. 625 Forest. NO 5-6463. C146
FEMALE STUDENT needed to share
rooms with private kitchen-$30 per
month. Call Mary, NO 2-3165, C145
MODERN furnished 2-bedroom apart-
ment for 3 or 4. Near campus, 510
Lawrence St. NO 3-0873. C150
MALE STUDENT needed to share apart-
ment with two for 2nd semester. Call
NO 3-9424. C135
3-ROOM APARTMENT: furnished, pri-
vate bath. NO 3-4325, $100, available
immediately. C114
ments, 514 - South Forest. NO 2-1443.
1 SINGLE or one-half of a large double
for either a graduate or working
woman. Call 3-1619 after 5:15 or week
ends. C149
CAMPUS furnished house. 3-4 occu-
pants 'til June 15. Parking, TV and
washer. $145 per month. Call NO
5-9338, C153
CLOSE TO CAMPUS: Clean, attractive,
2 rooms and private bath. Nicely fur-
nisched. Phone NO 3-5372 after 4 p.m.
APARTMENT for rent. 4 rooms, plus
kitchen and bath-shower. Fully fur-
nished. On campus. 4 persons re-
quired. Call NO 3-7858. C156
ROOMMATE needed in large beautiful
campus apartment. To be shared with
2 girls. Call NO 3-9259 after 6 p.m.
WANTED - Roommate to share apt.
with two male grads 'til June, $40
per month, 2 blocks from campus.
NO 3-0421. C142
INCOME-by ex-student owner, campus
location. Gross income $300.00 plus
4 or 5 room owner's apartment. Call
NO 2-6094 evenings. C143
MODERN furnished apt. for 2 near
campus. 2 large rooms plus bath. 1110
Prospect St. NO 8-7194 between 12
and 2 p.m. or after 5. C137
WANTED-Male apartment roommates
aeronautical engineering grad stu-
dent, for spring semester. Call John
Shields 2-4591. C134
2nd semester. Whitmore Lake. $120
per month including all utilities.
Phone 3-8406. C120
ROOM FOR MEN-two doubles, two
singles, one double with private bath.
Linens furnished. One block from
Law School. 808 Oakland. - C118
ATTRACTIVE, clean apartment on river
1 miles from campus. Applications
taken from young married couples.
Phone NO 3-5126. C125
3-ROOM furnished apartment for 2 or 3
men. Available Feb. 1st. Se Lela B.
Ferguson, 1021 E. Huron, back base-
ment door between 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
schooldays. 7-9 p.m., call 2-7401. C152
well furnished. With living room,
dinette, kitchen, bath and bedroom.
Married couple only. $100. Call NO
3-1790. C144
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
GRAD STUDENT would like girl to
sublet attractive, convenient 2-rm.
apt. 3 blocks from campus. $75 mo.
includes utilities. Feb.-Aug. '61. NO
2-2820 evenings. C106
502 N. STATE, near campus, hospital,
and churches, single person, three-
room apartment. $75 per month, avail-
able now. Also 4-room apartment for
two, furnished and utilities paid.
Available Feb. 1. Call HU 3-1877 5-7:30
p.m., Mon.-Fri. C147
FURNISHED University Apta. available
to married students and married fac-
ulty during first two weeks of Febru-
ary at University Terrace and North
Campus. Utilities included. Bus trans-
portation available from North Cam-
pus. Efficiency-$85; one bedroom, $97;
two bedroom-$112. Call NO 2-3169 or
apply University Apts. Office, 2364
Bishop Street, North Campus. C117


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