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Thursday, July 3, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Paae Five

FORD FELLOWSHIPS:
Four black award winners
to begin orad studies at U'

-_

Four of the 45 winners of Ford years to complete degree require-f
Foundation doctoral fellowships ments.
for black students will begin their More than 250 black graduate
studies at the University n e x t and graduate-professional stu-
falle dents are already enrolled at the;
The fellowships, awarded this University, which is conducting
year for the first time, are de- several programs of its own in an
signed to enable more black men effort to increase this number.
and women to enter the field of The first, according to George
college teaching. The 45 college Hay, associate dean of the grad-
seniors and recent graduates were uate school, provides varying fi-
selected to receive the awards nancial support to approximately
;from approximately 600 appli- 40 students from underprivileged
cants. A biracial advisory com- backgrounds.
mittee of prominent scholars "If a department discovers a
helped the foundation make the student whose previous record is
selections. not strong enough to win financ-
The awards cover full tuition, ial support, but is still adequate
fees, books, supplies, and a month- to meet admission standards, and
ly living allowance. They are re- the department is willing to give
newable annually for up to five him special attention, such as
CS GCmo0in threaten
boVeOtt of e, O1onmittees

(Continued from Page 1)
Affairs Committee-become "poi-
icy committees reporting only to
the Regents."
The -motion, which also de-
mands p a r it y representation
among faculty, administration and
students, provides that "refusal
to comply with any part of this
resolution will result in with-
drawal of SGC, representation and
appointees."
SGC will wait until September
to vote .on the motion, however,
since "it-is too important to handle
during the summer," according to
Executive Vice President Mark
Van Der Hout.
The next step, after voting on
the motion up for action this week,
says President Marty McLaughlin,
will be to send memoranda to ad-
ministrative officers in OSA re-
questing their positions on the1
whole policy-board issue.
McLaughlin expects most to
side with Fleming's directive, but:
says several have indicated they
would favor giving advisory com-
mittees mandate power.
But SGC expects strength in
their struggle will come not from:
endorsements by University offi-
cials but through the crippling of
advisory committees whose actions
become illegitimate without stu-
dent representation.
SGC members who oppose the
move to withdraw from the com-
mittees argue it negates years of
student efforts. "They think we've

worked hard to get people on
these committees," says McLaugh-
lin "and now we're taking them
away."
But McLaughlin adds "on most
committees the only choice is to
have a voice that's ignored when
the administrators disagree with
us, or to have no voice at all.
Either way the result is the same."'
In related developments, Van
Der Hout told the Academic Af-
fairs Committee that he resigned
fromn its investigation of the role
of ROTC on campus last month
because the committee in present
form cannot make "an honest as-
sessment."
Van Der Hout objected to the
committee's structure - 11 fac-
ulty members and two students
serving in an advisory capacity to
the Senate Assembly - and pro-
posed that it ask Fleming or the
Regents to create another com-
mittee with equal faculty-student
representation,. which would re-
port on the' ROTC issue directly
to the Regents. The Academic Af-!
fairs Committee rejected the pro-'
posal.
Prof. Theodore Buttrey of the
classical studies department, co-
chairman of the committee, said
Van Der Hout's resignation "has
no relevance on the standing of
the committee. We invited student
representatives l on our own ini-
tiative, but if they don't want to
show up, that's their business."

counseling if he needs it, we will
provide part or all of that stu-
dent's support for a. year," Hay
said.
"Hopefully, by then he'll be suf-
ficiently established to compete
for awards with other students.
We try to free him from financial
worries for a year to let him show
us what he's capable of doing."
The money for this program
comes from various sources, in-
cluding the University, the grad-
uate school's own funds, and the
department's own funds. The
amount of the grants are adjusted
to the individual student's situa-
tion.
According to Hay, the pro-
gram, now beginning its second
year, has been generally success-
ful and "has generated broad
interest in helping the underpriv-
ileged among the individual de-
partments."
Also, as part of its Opportuni-
ties Awards Program, the Uni-
versity offers six graduate fel-
lowships for students from minor-
ity groups who received their
bachelor degrees at four-year col-
leges in the state. The grants run
about $2,000 plus tuition, ap-
proximately the standard first-
year stipend for a federal fellow-
ship. Next fall will mark t h e,
second year for these awards. C
Neither financial-lielp pro-
gram, Hay stressed, is restricted
to blacks, although most of the.
students who received the awarda
are black.
Applications for the fellowships
may be obtained from the indi-
vidual academic departments.
Applications for the Ford Found-
ation Doctoral Fellowships f o r
1970-71 may be obtained after
July 1 from "Doctoral Fellow-
ships for Black Students," Ford
Foundation, 320 E. 43rd St., New
York, N.Y. 10017. Applicants for
these awards should be r e c e n t
college graduates who have not
yet started graduate study.
The four Ford Foundation fel-
lows who will be studying at the
University are:
Dan V. Snedecor Jr. of Balti-
more, La., a graduate of Morgan
State College, who will s t u d y
psychology.
Ted W.' Allen of Eden, N.C., a
graduate of the University of
North Carolina, who will a 1 s o
study psychology.
Rosanpe F. Greene of N e w
York, a graduate of Howard Uni-
versity, who will study economics.
Edward L. Moorman of Cleve-
land, a graduate of Fisk Univer-
sity, who will study mathematics.

Tenants
to picket
City IHall
(Continued from Page 1)#
In court proceedings Tuesday
Circuit Judge S. J. Elden post-
poned three cases, two for one
week. and a third for two weeks.
In two of the cases, the defend-
ants were granted more time to
answer summonses they had re-
ceived Monday.
Tenants Union lawyers also
filed appeals Tuesday in two cases
involving suits brought by land-
lords against two subtenants. Last
Tuesday District Judge Pieter
Thomassen had granted summary
judgement to the landlords on the
grounds that they had not con-
sented to the subletters' leases
before the subtenants moved in.
In addition, strikers won rent
reductions in over 80 of 101 evic-
tion cases settled by arbitration
since May. Judge Thomassen ruled
on each of the cases.
City denies
park, permit
(Continued from Page 1)
Taube said he would never tell
anyone what to do because he be-
lieves in freedom but he and many
others at the meeting last night
urged everyone to "cool it" and
not do anything that would pro-
voke police action.
"I have no desire to confront
Harvey," said Taube. "We're run-
ning away from a confrontation."
However, when City Council-
man Nicholas Kazarinoff asked
the group not to rally at the Arb
or any of the public parks, Taube
countered, "The only limitation
on peaceful assemblies is the
weather. I'm not going to tell
anyone to leave," said Taube. "I'm
an American, I believe in the First
Amendment, and freedom."
Litter doesn't throw
itself away; litter
doesn't just happen.
People cause it-and'
only people can prevent,!
it. "People" means you.
Keep America Beautiful.
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FOR RENT
1GIRL NEEDED to share 3 bdrm. apt.
for fall. Over 21. 761-1584.3 13041
MALE FOR JULY-AUG. Own room in
house with 3 others. $60 includes all
utilities (phone too). Free washer and
dryer. Near Ferry Field. Phone 663-
9619 9 p.m.-3 a.m. weekdays, anytime
weekends. Ask for Dennis. 12C37
THIRD AND FOURTH GIRLS wanted
for modern duplex; basement, large
kitchen and living room, 3 bedrooms
upstairs. Rent under $50. Avail, now.
Call 761-9655 after 5 p.m. 11041
WANTED: one roommate for modern,
air-conditioned apt. 769-1742 or 769-
0130. 10C40
QUIET, SERIOUS (senior or grad stu-
dent wanted to share in large, fur-
nished 3-man apt. starting in Fall.
928 S. Forest. $61.67/mo. Contact
John, 761-0084. Leave message. C36

FOR RENT
FALL
1969

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.80
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1.15
1.30
1.45
1.55
1.70
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80

FOR RENT

2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
from
$200
761-8055
40 Ctc
FALL
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air
conditioning and dishwasher. Some
are bi-levgl with 1% baths. Excellent
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
665-8825
230tc
BRAND NEW
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
Unfurnished apts. start at $155.00.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and air conditioning. Fullyj
carpeted and draped. Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-
ed except electricity. Immediate
occupancy Phone 761-3998 or 665-
0057. Offices 426 or 414 Kellogg,
corner of Broadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. -C11
CAMPUS2HOSPITAL AREA
521 Walnut
Modern, large, dishwasher,
2 bedroom--4-man
1 bedroom-2-man
For information, call NO 8-6906
43 etc
FALL RENTALS
11 1 S. State
2, 3, & 4 MAN
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con-
ditioned, privately owned-References
_.Ask our tenants.
One & Two Bedrooms Available
Call 1-864-3852
or 1-353-7389
C39

NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES
224 S. First, AA

Triumph
BMW

We are now accepting appli-
cations for our choice fur-
nished campus apartments
for 1, 2, 3, or 4 single stu-
dents. Inquiries may be
made at
545 Church
Call 761-7600
DAHLMANN APARTMENTS
C31
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
Now renting for Fall
Extra, large 2 bedroom bi-levels
Fully carpeted and furnished
3-5 man. Featuring:

Yamaha
Tawasaki'

PERSONAL
EQUAL RIGHTS for farmworkers, too.
Work in the grape boycott. Phone
769-1326. 1F36
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds of
papers. Call Kathy Kohn at the
iMchlgan Daily, 764-0562 or at home,
789-3566. F17
URGENT ! ! Anyone on the second
floor of the UGLI between the hours
of 10 and 12 p.m. on June 17 (Tues-
day) please call Mike Wilson at 764-
6714 or call collect in Detroit 345-8695.
ALSO ' l 1 Someone found my math
book near the library and turned it
in there. PLEASE CALL ME. I HAVE
BEEN CHARGED WITH A FELONY
AND NEED WITNESSES. F38
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1969 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Sprint 350.
Perfect cond. 100 miles. Must sell.
$750. John 665-2435 after 5. 3Z40
LEAVING TOWN, must sell 1968 Honda
CL 160-in ex. cond. Call 663-9821.
2Z36
1966 HONDA 50 step thru. hite, ex-
cellent cond. Includes helmets. 769-
3049. 1Z39
HONDA 50. step through. $110 or best
offer, call 761-5896. Z41

II

URGENT,. LARGEST apt. in Arbor For-
est needs one or two girls to sublet-
July-Aug. Comes complete with sil-
verware and food. Call 665-5586 or
UN 2-5006 collect. $37.50 a month for
a $72.50 regular. 2043
TOWER PLAZA. Young, professional
man needs roommate for 2 man, one
bedroom furnished for Sept. 1 oc-
cupancy. 15th floor apt., year lease,
$250/mo. Phone 482-4477, Ypsi. for
Tom. 3C69
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
NEAR HOSPITALS AND CAMPUS
721 S. FOREST AVE.
Air conditioned, 2 bedroom fur-
nished apartments, carpeted, draped,
colored appliances, disposal, dish-
washers ,available, electric inter-
com door system, all utilities ex-
cept electricity and phone. Ample
parking.
Office at 347 Maynard
9 to 5 call 663-6052 or 769-3137
7 p.m.-to 9 p.m. Call 663-9434
60 Ctc
2 ROOM SUITE near hospitals and
campus; $85/mo. Contact Mrs. Drake
at 708 E. Kingsley 662-7992. 6036
Couples
Luxury Apartments
Close to Stadium
All conveniences such as
air conditioning, laundry room
and garbage disposal.
Well kept grounds with resident
manager.
Call 662-2952.
7 C&C
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL. Nice furn. room
for girl, $50/mo. 761-5452. 840
1 MATURE GIRL needed for fall to
share 1g. apt. Cheap, comfortable,
near campus, private room. C a 11
Poppy 662-7720. 9C37
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE to share. Girls
only. Own room. Sociable roommates.
Garage, yard, available July 15. $50.
663-7404 after. 5 p.m. 69 C36
STATE AT PACKARD: furn. rooms for
men. No cooking. 769-1566. 64 C38
STATE-HILL, avail. June 30, 2-3 man
apt. Also furn room for girl. 769-1566.
63 C38
TV RENTALS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
Cs
AVAILABLE FOR FALL Occupancy-4
mn apt., 2 blocks from business
school, 3 blocks from law school. Call
769-2608. , 28Ctc
NEED 2 GIRLS for 2 bedrooms modern
3 man apt. immediate occupancy,
cheap. 665-2610 or 769-4992. 4036
BARGAIN CORNER
Sams Store
LEVI'S Galore For
Gals and Guys!
LEVI DENIMS:
Button Fly ......$5.98
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims .-....$6.00
Pre-Shrunk
Dungarees ......$6.50
Now Levi Denims
for Gals ........ $6.00
LEVI'S STA PREST:
"White" Levis . . .$6.981
(5 Colors)
Nuvo Hopsack .. .$8.00
"Stitches" ........$6.98

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See resident manager in Apt. A-7 1-
5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. or phone 761-
1717,
CHARTER REALTY
29Ctc
3RD FEMALE roommate desired to
sh-are furn. apt. July-Aug. Present oc-
cupants are non-smokers, non-drink-
ers. Call 769-3258 betw. 6-7 pm. or af-
ter 11 p.m. 5C36
ATTENTION
FACULTY & STAFF
presenting
CLIFFS ON THE POINT
Lakeshore Apartments
12 minutes from campus
See these Award-Winnng Apartments
which are truly a carefree year around
vacation home located on a 3 mile
long lake.
Featuring:
0 Fireplaces
0 Large balconies with storage
0 Fully carpeted and draped
- 9 Central heat and cooling
# Reserved Carport
0 Swimming Pool
0 2 and 3 Bedroom units,
up to 1650 sq. ft.
* Boat Docking
* Rentals from $225 to $465
Model Open Daily
482-4454
1000 Grove Rd., Ypsilanti
030
3 Bedrooms
and
FIREPLACE
Yes, that's right. Live in the Sum-
mit House this fall. Call 761-8055
or 761-5471. 39 Ctc
736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 Man
Large, modern, furnished, free parking,
sundeck, air conditioned, laundry,
storage, central antenna, vacuumns,
garbage disposal, balconies. Interest
on security deposit. TV and dish-
washer rental available.
Ambassador Company
736 Packard 761-7982
390tc
FALL RENTALS
2 & 3 Bdrm Luxury Furnished Apts.

dishwasher 1
I % baths
balcony
sound conditioning
storage and laundry facilities
off street parking

NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments
! Foxcroft, 815 8. State
* Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
0 University Plaza, 608 Monroe
0 Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
0 Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
0 Athena, 508 S. Division
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800

021

5 MAN'
Available Fall
761-7600
280tc

Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztci
BUSINESS SERVICES
BUS. ED. teacher will do typing in
home. Phone 663-1320. 1J39
TYPING OF THESES, dissertations,
papers, etc. Expertly done at home
on IBM's electric typewriter. 761-3139.
2--36
MATH TUTOR available - summer tf
in math dept. seeks Hs-college stu-
dents. Reasonable. Ken 761-3645. 3J36
SECRETARIAL SERVICES: Univ. or pri-
vate. Part-time: MWF aftn. &/or Sat.,
Sun. 5 yrs. exper. Call aftn. 761-6084,
Neila. J37
PROFESSIONAL. TYPIST, reasonable
rates,rapid service. Call 434-1121.
9J32
XEROX COPIES
PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THE-
SES Perfect copies now only 7c on
overnight service, use correct-o-tape
or unlimited erasures and yet be as-
sured of copies that even look better
than the original from the new Xerox
2400. We supply 20 weight copy paper
free. Documents stored in office safe
for complete safety on request. Im-
mediate service during business hours
9c per page. Discount Photocopy Ser-
vice, .1217 S. University. 769-0560.
8JTC
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work in her home. Thesis, technical
typing, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 471-2463. 48Jtc
HELP WANTED
WANTED: 4 sharp college men to work
In business field. Call 769-0130.
2H40
TEACHERS: Kindergarten' to: college.'
Excellent positions most areas U.S.
Cline Teachers Agency, Box 607, E.
Lansing, Mich. 48823 B39
COLLEGE MEN - Looking for summer
work? Call 662-9726. 10Htc
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Electrical-acoustical instruments.
repairs, lesons. 209 S. State.
665-8001. 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Fa

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Rooms

$40-80 mo
761-4361
54 C35:
SUMMER SUBLET
YOUNG MAN WANTED to share apt.
Reasonable. 662-6748. 6U38
4th GIRL NEEDED for summer half,
nice old house. Call collect, LU 2-
6975, ask for Bev. Evenings only.
5U36
SINGLE ROOM sublet for one girl in
close to campus apartment for July-
Aug. at $40/mo. Immediate occu-
pancy. Call Claire or Kathy 769-2942.
U37
FEMALE grad wants to share apt. sum-
mer half. Write Page, 5 Ivy Lane,
Princeton, N.J. 08540. 2UW38
ONE GIRL for apt. on Geddes. July-
Aug. Own room. Cheap 761-3858. 3U40
2 MALES NEEDED for 2 bdrm, 2 k
apt. 3 blocks from campus. July-
Aug. 22. $40/mo. Call 769-5235. 1U36
2 GIRLS WANTED to sublet summer
apt. Nicely furnished, reasonable rate.
Call 665-0453. 97 U36
SUMMER SUBLET
Furnished and unfurnished, air condi-
tioned, 2 bedroom apartments, park-
ing. Call 663-6052 or 769-1258. 28Utc
LUXURY LIVING for summer. Walk to
campus. Air-cond., furn., carport, en-
closed patio, 2 bdrm. 761-1523 eve-
nings. 63 Utc

LES PAUL - original black beauty -
fretless wonder - 827 Arch -- Best
t offer, ,1X39'
PHOTO SUPPLIES
CANON PELLIX SLR 1.4, through lens
meter, sacrifice, $170. Call John 769-
2884. 1D36
WIDE ANGLE CAMERA: Nikormat FS
with 24mm f 2.8 Nikkor lens-brand
new. Also Leitz 135mm Tele-Elamrit
f 2.8 lens, couples to all M .series
Leicas-brand new. 761-9092-Andy.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Diamond Engagement Ring.
EDUCATION at its best. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. B
2 EXCELLENT seats for Rose Istomin
concert at Stratford July 20, 761-3595.
B36

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1969 ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine slightly used, blind
hems dresses, darns, appliques, sews
on buttons, monograms, no attach-
ments needed to make buttonholes.
Full price $34.70 or terms of $4.73/
mo. Call Capitol Credit Manager
til 9 p.m. If toll, call collect 1-563-
8200. 23 B35

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511
711
914
915

E. Hoover
E. Hoover
Arch
s. State
s. Division

665-8330
663-3809
663-5284
769-4759
761-5471

SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:
737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8063 U

U25

Many of these units include air cond.,
balconies, dishwashers, laundry fa.
cilities and parking.
Call now to reserve your apt, for fall
663-3809
27Ctcr

PERSONAL
WASHING AND IRONING, shopping or
errands for shut-ins. Pick up and de-
livery. 971-37986. 3F40
TO WHOEVER wrote, "Personal Peace
powerful box office/may start trend"
on the back of a gray station wagon:
You tell 'em, Bix F36
FREE LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER, bor-
ed, poor and starving needs photo
work. Richard Lee 764-6755, 764-0561,
764-0553. F40
FIRST-YR. PSYCH GRAD student at
SUNY at Buffalo desires roommate(s)
for fall. Call Bo? F., 769-1296. P41
EUROPE AND Bethesda mix in Ann

1969 ZIG-ZAG
sewing machine slightly used, blind
hems dresses, darns, appliques, sews
on buttons, monograms, no attach-
ments needed to make buttonholes.
Full price $34.70 or terms of $4.73/
mo. Call Capitol Credit Manager 'til
9 p.m If toll, call collect 1-563-
8200. 23 B35
APT. BLDG. FOR SALE. 3-UNIT BRICK,
N'WEST. OVER $350 GROSS; TERMS.
CALL COLL.. 861-0805. 35 B38
USED CARS
'58 MERCEDES-BENZ 1908L, silver, 2
tops, $1500 or best offer. Call Al, 761-
9554 after 6 p.m. 5N37
'62 FORD, air-conditioned, automatic,
V-8, pwr. steering, runs and looks
fine. Must sell. 662-6746. 4N36
1964 VALIANT VCONV. Mechanically
sound, new brakes and exhaust. $450.
Call 764-4029 after 1 p.m. Ask for
Mike. 3N41
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