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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR MEN. Reserve now for
summer and fal. 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Linens, telephone, lounge, and
maid service. Call 3-1460 or 2-0215. C24
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED
Share a double
Call 665-7976 for details
CAMPUS, New Building, 1 bdrm apt.
Beautifully turn. $150. 3-0434. 018
I-BDRM. APT. 110 N. Ingalls, $80 per
mo. Call 8-8716, 12-1 or 5-7. 026
ONE ROOMMATE WANTED. 731 Pack-
arrd, apt. 108B. 663-9269. $75 mo. 014
CAMPUS:Single room for student. Call
665-0430 after 5. C15
GIRLS-Dream Apt., 3-bdrm., fireplace,
balcony, skylight, carpeted, full ap-
pliances 'available June or Aug.-
Reasonably priced. Call now-5-8330
or 8-8723. C25
ON CAMPUS-Apartment for 3 to 5.
Available til May. NO 2-1443. C46
APT. AVAILABLE for 2 or 3, spring
semester. Apts. Ltd. Call 3-0511. C11
ON CAMPUS - Lot parking available.
' NO 2-1443. C44
SUBLET 1-BDRM. Apt., unfurn., stove,
refrigerator, off-street parking. Call
anytime, 662-4254. C27
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern apt, for 4,
one block from campus. Phone 665-
9395. 016
NOW ACCEPTING appointments for fall
rental. Several new buildings avail-
able. Apts. Ltd. Call 3-0511. C12
BUSINESS, professional or graduate
men. Quiet, clean, modern home. NO
2-4738. 048
ROOMS FOR GIRLS - Near campus,
kitchen, laundry. Call or see at 428
Hamilton Place. NO 3-2189. C17
AVAILABLE for June-New 3 bdrm.
furn'd. apt. on campus. Call 5-8330.
C36
WANTED-Male roommate to share apt.
with two seniors. Close to campus.
Reasonable. Call 2-6930. C18
SUMMER SUBLET-Available in May.
Convenient to hospital and campus.
New. Call NO 5-8952. C21
APARTMENT for rent-4 rooms, 1 bed-
room. Stove and refrigerator only. $65
a month plus utilities, on S. Main.
NO 3-1014 after 4. C22
FOR SUMMER-Air-conditioned, mod-
ern, two-bedroom apartment for four.
Bright, spacious, central location,
electric kitchen. 662-8292. C10
226 PACKARD-2-room furn. with bath.
Utilities inc. except gas for cooking.
5 min. from campus and downtown.
$75. Call after 5:15, NO 2-0342. C8
1000 OAKLAND APTS. SUMMER SUB-
LET. Luxurious 2-bedroom apt, with
balcony for 2, 3, or 4. Quiet residential
area, 2 blocks from campus. Phone
665-7915 or GL 3-3287. C9
SPENDING THE SUMMER IN A.A.? -
Then why not rent a modern, air-
conditioned apartment close to cam-
pus. Will accommodate 4 or 5 people
comfortably. Phone NO 5-2167 for
further information. 053
TIFFANY APARTMENTS
Showing now for summer and fall.
Modern, fully furnished, air-con-
ditioned. Efficiency, one, and two
bedroom apts. Featuring new slit-
level design, offering the ultimate
in luxury and privacy. Call 3-8866.
SUMMER
OR
FALL
Furnished new and remodeled apts.
on campus. Unmarried students only.
NO 5-9405
4
BUMMER SUBLET? FALL RENTAL?
What is your housing problem? 1 and
2 bdrm. apts. Furn. & unfurn. Call us
to make appt. to see.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 663-9064

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

LINES
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ONE-DAY
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1.00

SPECIAL
SIX-DAY
RATE
3.48
4.20
4.95

LOST AND FOUND
WOMAN'S brown glasses in red case
lost Wed. between Stockwell and
campus. Call Ext. 1310. A32
LOST-One pair girl's glasses around
Oakland Street. Call 663-8161. A29
LOST-Ring, Fri, morning, Feb. 7, first
floor Mason Hall. Write Box 10,
Michigan Daily. Confidential. A27
FOUND-Man's glasses on corner of S.
Univ. and Church. Call 3-1511, Ext.
449. A31
LOST-Heavy overcoat at D Phi E Open
House Sun., Feb. 9. Baskins grey
herringbone, gloves in pocket. Call
5-7711, Ext. 3113. A28
RADIO REPAIRS,
MUSICAL MDSE.
LIKE NEW-GUILD GUITAR - Six
string base with case. Cost $135. Will
sacrifice for $95. Call 5-6607. X5
HI, FL RADIO and Phono service.
TV rentals, speaker reconing. Free
pick-up and delivery service. Campus
Radio and TV, NO 5-6644, 325 E.
Hoover. X2

Figure S average words to a line
Cali Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone NO 2-4786

HELP WANTED

PERSONAL

WANTED-Part-time serviceman. Music ONE-HALF ROOMMATE seeking better
Center, 1304 S. University. H38 half for Fall. X285, call J. F25e

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Build-
ing before 2 p.m. of the day pre-
ceding publication, and by 2 p.m.
Friday for Saturday and Sunday.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14
Day Calendar
Cinema Guild-Pabst's "Secrets of a
Soul," plus Truffaut's "The Mis-
chief Makers" (Grand Prize, Brussels
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Alpha Omega Fellowship, Weekly
meeting. Welcome all University stu-
dents to Alpha Omega Fellowship, week-
ly lecture and discussion, intellectual
examination of Biblical claims and their
relevance to the campus situation. Sun.,
10 a.m., Grace Bible Church, 110 N.
State St.
Congregational Disciples, EUB and E
& R Student Guild-Fri. noon discus-
sion and luncheon, "From the Bottom
Up! A Radical Approach to Commu-
nity Development," Robert Butman and
Henrick Alting, Feb. 14, 12-1 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
ture by Dr. Merrill C. Tenney, Dean
of Grad. School, Wheaton College. "Can
I Afford to be a Christian?" Feb. 14,
7:30 p.m., Michigan Union (3rd Floor
Conference Room).
Newman, Fireside Chat: Prof. Stephen
J. Tonsor on "Liberty. Freedom and the
Church," Fri., Feb. 14, 8 p.m., New-
man Center, 331 Thompson St.
* * *
Student Governors' Conference of
Alumni Association, Vice-President Pier-
pont speaking on Finances, Sat., Feb.
15, 9:30 a.m., Henderson Room, Michi-
gan League.
* * *
Unitarian Student Group, Discussion,
Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m., Unitarian Church,
1917 Washtenaw. Topic: "Scholarship
as Cowardice."
* * *
Muslim Students Association - EID
Festival, Feb. 15, 6:30 p.m., Michigan
Union, Anderson Room. Program: Din-
ner-Oriental dishes, entertainment,
music, songs, etc.

Festival): Architecture Aud., 7 p.m. and
9 p.m.
Track-U-M vs. Notre Dame and In-
diana: Yost Field House, 7:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-Evan
Ferber, pianist: Lane Hall Aud.: 8:30
p.m.
Astronomical Colloquium: 4 p.m., Rm.
807, Physics-Astronomy Bldg. Hector Al-
varez, Radio Astronomy Observatory,
will speak on "Recent 21-cm Work with
the Green Bank 300-foot Radio Tele-
scope."
Recital by Piano Majors: Piano ma-
jors in the School of Music, William
Weber, Merilee Gauthier, and Nancy
Pressley, will present a recital this
afternoon, 4:15 p.m., in Lane Hall
Aud. Open to the public.
Biological Chemistry Colloquium-Dr.
Lowell P. Hager, Univ. of Illinois, will
speak on "Studies on Col Cytochrome
bl" at 4 p.m. today in M6423 Med. Sci-
ence Bldg.
For Other University Events today,
see the Across Campus column.
General Notices
Spring Semester Fees: At least 50 per
cent is due and payable on or before
Feb. 28, 1964.
Non payment of at least 50 per cent
by Feb. 28 will result in the assess-
ment of a delinquent penalty of $5.00.
Payments may be made in person
or mailed to the Cashier's Office, 1015
Admin. Bldg., before 4:30 p.m., Fri.,
Feb. 28, 1964.
MAIL EARLY.
Mail payments postmarked after due
date, Feb. 28, are late and subject to
penalty.
Identify mail payments as tuition and
show student number and name.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting of
February 13, 1964
Adopted: That Sherry Miller and Tom
Smithson be appointed to the Commit-
tee on Calendaring for terms of one
year.

$1.98
L/P RECORD SALE
continues at
FOLLETT'S

Approved: Extension of temporary rec- the authors of the motion, Rhines,
ognition to the Wisconsin Synod Luth- Brook, and Smithson.
eran Student Organization.
Aprvd:Poosdcanges In theg
econstitution of .the Eastern Orthodox, Even-
Student Society. The following student sponsored
Approved: Proposed changes in the events are approved for the coming
constitution of the University of Mich- weekend. Social Chairmen are reminded
igan Arab Club. that requests for approval for social
Adopted: Because of the continuing events are due in the Office of Student
interest of the University in the Peace Affairs not later than 12 o'clock noon
Corps and because that organization on the Tues. prior to the event.
will be carrying on a recruitment pro- nE spr te n
gram here at this time, Student Gov- FEB. 14-
enment Council requests that President Allen Rumsey, Open-open House; Al-
Harlan Hatcher designate the week of pha Tau Omega-Sigma Phi Epsilon, TG;
February 28-29 as Peace Corps Week Alpha Tau Omega, Dance; Bush, Open-
for the University of Michigan. ooen 8 to 10, Party in lounge 10-12;
Adopted: That all delegates and alter- Chi Psi, Valentines Day Party; Evans
nates (elected or appointed) to the 17th Scholars, Informal Party; Hunt House,
USNSA congress be required to attend Open-open: Phi Kappa Tau, Informal
a Congress Orientation Session(s) to Party; Robert Frost, Valentine-Open-
be held before the end of the current open; Scott House & Elliott House,
semester under the auspices of the Valentine Party; Sigma Chi, Party; Tau
Committe on USNSA. Delta Phi, Party; Theta Chi, Dancing
Adopted: That a motion from Epker party; Theta Xi, Record party; Van
and Schechter "that SGC shall make all 'yne-Reeves, Valentine dance; Wenley,
non-academic student rules and regula- Open-open.
tions, subject to the veto of the Vice- FEB. 15-
President for Student Affairs" be refer-, Alpha Sigma Phi, Band Party; Alpha
red to a styles committee made up of .1(Continued on Page 8)

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DENTAL HYGENIST for 1 or 2 days a
week in Plymouth. Write Box 7,
Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard. H14
WANTED-For the school year 1964-65,
Male teacher of high school algebra,
geometry, physics. Call 665-6536 after
8 p.m. Mon.-Fri. H41
SPECIAL EDUCATION
TEACHER
Immediate vacancies for individuals
with experience in teaching elemen-
tary 'classes of mentally retarded
children. Salary range $6013 to $9772
annually, depending on education
and experience. Must have a bache-
lor's degree in Special Education
from an accredited school, and be
eligible for approval by the Depart-
ment of Public Instruction. All
Michigan Civil Service benefits, in-
cluding an outstanding state con-
tributory insurance program and an
excellent retirement plan, plus So-
cial Security. For further informa-
tion contact Mr.hAndrews, Director
of Adjunctive Therapies, Plymouth
State Home and Training School,
Northville, Michigan. Telephone:
(Area code 313) qLenview 3-1500. An
equal opportunity employer. H40
PORT HURON STUDENT
Will pay for weekend ride to and from
Port Huron once a month or oftener.
Call Mrs. Hudson, ext. 2689, 8 till
noon. H40

RECREATION
DIRECTOR I

SOUNDS FROM THE SUMMIT, Hear
the Sherwoods from Cornell. F19
I'M STANDING, I'm standing, I'm
standing. Love, Big black chuckle. F14
SLIDE RULES-New and used, $5-$18.
NO 2-8312. F3
LARRY GRABER
REMEMBER TO THANK ME!
F27
AFS NEWS!
A note to those interested in AFS bus
chaperon's job this summer. OpenP
meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 7:30 at
the Alpha Phi Sorority House. In-
formation at 8-6943. (Ask or leave
name for Mike Wilson, Chairman).
F24
WEINER SCHNITZEL with German
potato salad--$1.35. German meat pat-
ties--.30. ROMANOFF'S, 300 S. Thayer.
THIS IS the 'Tine for me and all of the
girls who should have gotten them
today, but didn't -- especially you,
Nancy 'Ter. F15
SOUNDS FROM THE SUMMIT
Excellent seats still available at the
Hill Aud. Box Office. F50
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
4'Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. P73
HAPPY Valentine's Day to Frederick R.
Wachtel, my esteemed roommate of
long duration. F16
SOUNDS FROM THE SUMMIT - Hear
the Jabberwocks from Brown Univ.
P18
WHO'S THE skinniest girl you know?
PBW. F17
MY MOST HEARTY congratulations to
Bonita Chiquita on the advent of
Number Five moving in. Best wishes
to Number Five but remember, Bon-
ita is fickle. You too can be :eplaced.
P23
DEBBIE:
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
The Great Schistosome
j F12
FURN. MOD. APT. for 4-Available 2nd
sem. No summer sub-lease. Good loc.,
1 block from bus. ad. and law. Call
NO 3-6237. F38
TO PAULA and Judy at Mail Order
Brides, South Quad Branch. Many
thanks and a Happy Valentine's Day.
Jeff. Fl8
SOUNDS FROM THE SUMMIT, Hear
the Friars, Sat., Feb. 15. P22
SHORTY-Got your card. Appreciate it.
Same to you. I'm no fibber. Happy
Valentine's Day.
Teddy Bear P19
DIAMONDS-Highest quality at com-
petitive prices. Call G. K. Reaver Co.
of Ann Arbor, 309 S. Thayer. NO 2-
1132. F18
PATTY - Florence Nightingale never
laughed like you - I'm still sick.
Happy Valentine's .. . Al. P20
SOUNDS FROM THE SUMMIT, Hear
the Spizwinks from Yale. F20
TAKE HEART-
Here's how to win her on February 14!
Hand her a heart-box of Fanny Farm-
er Candy. She'll love them and you.
From 75c to 5.75.

A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BUSINESS SERVICES
EDITING AND PROOFREADING

RESTAURANT

Manuscripts. NO 8-8905.

J36

EXPERIENCED COOK with excellent
references. Call 2-9493. J37
CONLIN TRAVEL BUREAU -- The
Agency developed to service the UrAi-
versity. NO 5-9151. J35
482-0191
Typing of manuscripts, theses, disser-
tations and term papers. Duplicating
done by mimeographing or offset
printing.
GRETZINGER BUSINESS SERVICES
320 S. Huron
665-8184
MANUSCRIPT typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical confer-
ences, mimeographing ,offset.
Quick, Accurate, Experienced.
ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE ASSOCIATES
334 Catherine
MISCELLANEOUS

State St. on Campus

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY SPECIAL DINNER
Boneless Ocean Perch
Deepfried to a Golden Brown
Served with tartar sauce, frenchfried
potatoes, creamy cole slaw, roll and
butter, hot delicious coffee ...........
Special Luncheons Served Daily

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All types of close-in luxury apts.
NO 3-7268
034
ARBOR
FOREST
APARTM ENTS
Applications being taken for fall
apartments for graduate students
only. See Resident Manager, Apt.
102.
721 S. Forest
023
ATT: DOCTORS & DENTISTS
NOW LEASING
PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE,
JACKSON, MICHIGAN
A new development of professional
office suites which allows individual
suite plans for various professional
practices. Jackson's finest location.
Rate $3.75 per sq. ft. per year with
5 year lease Occupancy July 1964. For
more information write Karl Schel-
ling, 4848 McCain Rd., Jackson, Mich-
igan. 783-3038. C20
CHARTER REALTY
is now offering summer and fall
rentals at
THE FORVM
726 S. State
For further information call Mr. Beyer
CHARTER REALTY
"Fine Campus Apartments"
Washtenaw & South University, 665-8825
C6

Immediate vacancy for individual
with experience in recreation 'work
with retarded children. Salary range
$5,220 to $6,410 annually depending
on education and experience. Ap--
plicants must have a bachelor's de-
gree in Physical Education. All
Michigan Civil Service benefits, in-
cluding an outstanding state con-
tributory insurance program and an
excellent retirement plan, plus So-
cial Security. For further informa-
tion contact Mr. Andrews, Director
of Adjunctive Therapies, Plymouth
State Home and Training School,
Northville, Michigan. Telephone:
(Area Code 313) GLenview 3-1500. An
equal opportunity employer, H39
TRANSPORTATION
3 GIRLS FRANTIC for ride to Florida
over Spring break. Willing to share
traveling expenses. Call Barb at 3-
7931. G48
WANTED -- Ride to Champaign, Ill,
Leaving AA Thurs. or Fri., Feb. 13
or 14. Returning Sun. Call Sharon,
5-7711, Ext. 1427. G47
WHY TRAVEL all that way alone?
When you can have 3 attractive, in-
telligent, witty girls as companipns.
If you are going to Wisconsin the
weekend of the game (Feb. 21) and
wish to remove that void in your car,
call 3-1561, Ext. 544. 046
USED CARS
'57 PONTIAC Starchief, radio, white-
walls, excellent condition, $275. NO
5-0141. N19
1957 FORD-Excel. mech. cond. Body
and tires very good. $450. NO 2-1291
after 5:30 p.m. N4
'60 CHEVY IMPALA convt. Red, black
top, 4 new tires, radio and heater.
Small V-8 automatic. NO 3-0338. N
1956 CHEVROLET WAGON, 4-door. 6-
cylinder, straight stick. Excellent con-
dition. $350. Call HU 3-5973 after 6 p.m.
1939 CADILLAC LaSalle. Perfect, orig-
inal condition. Very low mileage. Will
sell or consider trade for BMW or
other motorcycle. Call 665-5744. ?N 18
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS, All Makes
Custom Order Service
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281
NICHOLSON MOTORCYCLE SALkS
Triumph, Yamaha, BMW
224 S. First St. 662-7409
1963 SILVER EAGLE Motor Scooter -
Fully equipped, 4 months old. Cost
$616. Will take $400. 2740 Tim, Wood-
land Lake, Brighton, anytime after
5 p.m. Z29
FOR SALE
COAT AND DRESSES, sizes 8-10. 3-5362.
FREE-One cute, happy puppy. Call
663-0842. B36
IRISH HARP FOR SALE. Goes to high-
est bidder. Call V. Rees, day 3-1511,
ext. 2971, night 2-5127. B35
CLASSICAL GUITAR, Gibson model C-
O. Like new. Call Univ. Ext. 2238, 7-
9,p.m. B18
FOR SALE-Microscope "Zeis" mono-
cular-binocular, excellent cond. Ph.
542-6431, Detroit. B9
ALUMNUS has slightly used tuxedo and
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PAULA - Congratulations on Feb. 14,
the day all America is celebrating.
Yes, it's National Wife-Trading Day.
I got you for two Mickey Mantels
and a Roger Manis.
Love, Jeff F21
SOUNDS FROM THE SUMMIT, Hear
the Nightowls from Vassar College.
F21
I THINK that there shall never be
Another female quite like me.
A girl who with her charm and poise
Concentrates on men but leaves the
boys.
A girl who with her wit and grace
Has put many another inher place.
A girl who with her beauty supreme
Is the epitome of everyman's dream.
I bet you'd like to know just who
I be
Well, I'm asually caled fantasy.
F22

.l' tJ.i11Ji11 Vii A..I 1E1.t i. .G ,.,LLv .h ,ii IJI
Many of you have been avoiding economics because it is so
widely known as "the dismal science." Oh, good friends, stop
cheating yourselves of many a laugh and cheer, because eco-
nomics is a positive riot! True, it is called the dismal science,
but that is only because it was invented in 1681 by Walter C.
Dismal.
It is easy to understand why Mr. Dismal's discovery of
economics is today almost forgotten, for the fact is that he
himself only stayed with the subject for two or three days.
After that he took up embonpoint, which means fatness. It is'
said that at his apogee, Mr. Dismal reached 1200 pounds. This
later became known as Guy Fawkes Day.
It was not until 1776 when Adam Smith published his Wealth
of Nations (or Ozymandias, as it is usually known as) that the
world came to raalize what a rosy, twinkly, fun subject eco-
nomics is. As Mr. Smith showed in his jocular little treatise,
there is nothing complicated about economics.
s litertc koa s~
When there is a great demand for a product, a great supply
is placed on the market. When there is a small demand, there
is a small supply. Take, for example, castanets. You walk into
any average American town today and I'll wager you won't see
more than eighty or ninety castanet shops. That is because the
demand is small.
For Marlboro Cigarettes, on the other hand, the demand is
great. Thus, you will find Marlboros-with all their yummy
rich tobacco flavor and pure white Selectrate filter and pliable
soft pack and unpliable Flip-Top box-at any counter where
cigarettes are sold in every one of our fifty great States and
Duluth.
To Adam Smith, I say, belongs the distinction of popularizing
economics. Mr. Smith was followed by David Ricardo. In fact,
everywhere he went he was followed by David Ricardo. Mr.
Smith finally got so annoyed that he summoned a bobby,.as
British policemen are called, and had Mr. Ricardo arrested.
This later became known as the Louisiana Purchase.
Upon his release from gaol, as a British jail is called, Mr.
Ricardo reported to his parole officer, Thomas Robert Malthus.
They soon became fast friends, and one night over a game of
whist they invented the stock exchange, or chutney, as it is
called in England.
Well sir, with the British having, you might say, a corner on
economics, the French decided that they wanted some eco-
nomics too. Being, however, a proud nation, they refused
simply to borrow British economics, but insisted on inventing
their own. At first they tried using the truffle hound as a medium
of exchange. When this proved less than satisfactory, they
switched to pomade. Discouraged by this second disappoint-
ment, they finally shrugged and said, "Oh, who cares about
economics anyhow?" and returned to the guillotine and Maurice
Chevalier.
America, I am pleased to report, had much better success with
economics. Our early merchants quickly broke down economics
into its two major categories-coins and folding money-and
today, as a result of their wisdom, we can all enjoy the automatic
toll station.
Well sir, I could go on and on about this fascinating subiect.

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