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For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext, .3544.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
Beginnin~g Mon., April 23, thefolw
ing schools will be at the Bureau to in-
terview candidates for the 1962-1963
school year.
MON., APRIL 23-
Albion, Mich. (Starr Commonwealth)
-Late Elem./Asst. in Admin., 6th grade
(Prefer woman), Dir. of Athletics/Coa.
Basketball & Track, PE/Math/Coa.
Basketball, PE/Biol./Gen. Sci./Coa. Foot-
bal, FE/Engl/Coa. Intermurals,
Berkley, Mich.-Jr. HS Latin/Engl.,I

Gen. Sci., Math; HS Psych/Gov't.,
Chem., Alg/Geom., Couns., Engl., Comm.
Math/Geom., Trig/Geom., Geom., Typ-
ing.
Dowaglac, Mich.-Elem.; Jr. HS Engl.,
Girl's PE, Span./Fre.
Frankenmuth, Mich.-German, Engl/
Speech, Eleni.
Muskegon Heights, Mich.-Jr. HS Art,
Orchestra, Ment. Retard.; HS Vocal,
'Band (Experience), Auto Mechanics,
Spanish, French/Engl., Math.
Otsego, Mich.-Elem. (Early & Upper);
Comm (Short/Typ., etc.).
Rockwood, Mich. (Gibralter Sch. Dist.)
-Elem.; Jr. HS Si/Math.
West Branch, Mich.-Fields not an-
nounced.
I TUES., APRIL 24-

500 YDS. FROM UNION
Ann Arbor's most deluxe and spacious apts.
Ready for June and Sept. occupancy
Completely air conditioned for three or four
If you are responsible people-
applications now being accepted
PHONE NO 3-6357

Battle Creek, Mich.-Elem.; Jr. HS
Engl/SS, Gen. Set., Gen. Math; HS
Engl., Math, Girl's PE, Set.
Dearborn, Mich. (Dist. No. 4) - Jr.
HS Eng., Math, Art, Vocal HS Math,
Ind. Arts, Journ/Speech/Drama, Phys.
Sci./Health/Natural Hist., Home Ec.,
Libr., Counselor (Girl's).
Deckerville, Mich.-Later Elem.; Band,
Engl.; HS. Engl.
Fowlerville, Mich. - Elem.; Jr. HS
Engl.; HS Fre/Engl.
Livonia, Mich.-Al fields.'
Oak Park, Mich.-Elem., Elem. Libr.,
Voc. Mus., Strings, PE, Spec. Educ.,
Ment. Handi., Perceptual Devel., Sp.
Ther.; Jr. HS Art, Engl/SS, Math, Set.
Voc. Mus., Span., Span/Fre., PE (Boy's),
Libr., HS SS, Span., Homemaking.
St. Clair, Mich. - Elem., Elem. FE,
Libr. Core. Spec. Educ., (Type A); Jr.
HS Type A; Phys/Chem., Guid., Home
Ec., Art, Vocal & Inst., HS Engl.
Walled Lake, Mich.-Elem., Elem. Vo-
cal, Secondary Engl., Biol/Math, Comm.,
Gen. Sci., Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Sp.1
Ther., Ment, Hands., Emot. Dist.
Oxnard, Calf.-"," 2 &3rd grades; In-
st. Music, Sp. Ther.
List to be continued tomorrow.
** *
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511,
Ext. 3547.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg.
APRIL 19 (p.m.)-
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Associated Spring Corp., Conn., Mich.,
Ill., Penna. & Calif.-BS: CE, ME & Met.
June & Aug. grads. Sales & Prod.
APRIL 19-.
Electro-Voice, Inc., Buchanan. Mich.
-BS-MS: EE. BS: E Physics & ME.rJune
& Aug. grads. Both Men & Women. Prod.
Dev.
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Akron,
O.-BS: ChE & ME. Summer Employ-y
ment: Jrs. completing Jr. year in ChE
or ME in top 50 per cent of class. Des.,
R. &D.
Grand Rapids Hardware Co., Grand
Rapids, Big Rapids & Saranac-BS: ME.
Must pass physical exam. R. & D., Ind.
Engrg.
White Motor Co., White Div., Cleve-
land, O.-BS-MS: EE & ME. June &
Aug. grads. R. & D., Sales & Prod.
APRIL 20--
Kordite Co., Sales positions in all ma-
jor cities; Mktg. Hdqts. located near
Rochester, N.Y.-BS-MS: ChE, EE, EM,
IE & ME. BS: Sci. Engrg. June & Aug.
grads. Military service completed. Sales.
APRIL 23-
Link-Belt Co., Chicago, Ill.-BS: CE &
ME. June & Aug. grads. Des. & Sales.
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Cercle Francais, Movie: "Quai des'
Brumes" - directed by Marcel Carne
with Jean Gabin and Michele Morgan,
in French, April 18, 8 p.m., UGLI, Mul-
tipurpose Rm.
* * *
German Club, Coffee Hour, German
conversation, music, singing-"Herzlich
willkommen!" April 18, 2-4 p.m., FB.
WAA Tennis Club, Women's Tennis
Team Tryouts, April 18-5:10 p.m., April
19-4:10 p.m., April 21-9:30 a.m., Palmer
Field.

DYEABLE. PUMPS
to Enhance your
N ~Spring formal!.
SATIN or LINEN
High and Mid Heels
CUSTOM TINTING
f3 FREE
POM POM
DYEAB LE
CAMPUS BOOTERY
304' S. State, St.

Students
'Report'
Faculty
HARTFORD, Conn. (1) - Stu-
dents at Trinity College have
turned in a surprise "faculty" re-
port card.
Naming names and not generally
observing the niceties, the 78-page
document drew angry reactions
from the professors who " lunked."
"It is inconceivable that the ad-
ministration should permit publi-
cation of such a report," com-
mented the head of one depart-
ment described as having a "gen-
erally poor curriculum."
Another, the fine arts depart-
ment, was written off as being
chiefly concerned with "education
of the student for polite conver-
sation."
Not Strict Enough-
In general, professors were criti-
cized for being too easy going. One
was "not strict enough," while
another was viewed as being "in-
effectual."
The study, drawn up under the
sponsorship of the college senate
also entered the field of non-aca-
demic matters, such as the honor
system of chapel attendance.
The chapel activities at the
Episcopalian-founded school were
seen as openly flouted. It was
charged that most men leave Trin-
ity with "less religious reverence
than was their upon entrance."
Architecture
The 40 authors of the report
also touched on architecture, ex-
pressing apprehension over wheth-
er new additions would spoil "the
architectural harmony which gives
Trinity its traditional character."
The college is noted for its English
gothic chapel, furnished with
hand-carved pews.
One of the Finest
Despite all, the student critics
concluded that Trinity, a private
men's college with an enrollment
of 950, is still "one of the finest
schools in the nation, and this
report is an attempt to improve
further this institution."
A more serious charge of im-
moral activities among the stu-
dents was leveled.
Even the students didn't escape
uncriticized. The typical Trinity
undergraduate, it said, "does not
have any concept of what educa-
tion involves, nor does he give any
indication of wanting to find out."
Trinity's President
Dr. Albert C. Jacobs, Trinity's
president, said the students don't
appreciate some of the problems
an administrator faces -lack of
funds, for instance.
Noting the "considerable matur-
ity of those who wrote it, Jacobs
forwarded the lengthy report card,
together with footnotes from en-
raged faculy members, to the col-
lege trustees.,
The trustees may wonder wist-
fully whatever happened to the
happy-go-lucky kids in the rac-
coon coats.

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FOR RENT
DO YOU REALLY believe in integrated
housing? Do you want good housing
at moderate cost? Do you want a
beautiful new modern apartment? 1,
2, 3 bedroom apartments. New reduced
rents $72.00 to $92.00 per month. Call
Willow Village Apartments, HU 3-
1253 C6
SHARP 6 room house near campus for
6 (or 5) students. Summer and/o
winter. Call NO 5-0811. C5
NEW LARGE air-cond. apt. for 4.
Packard & Madison S. Quad. ext. 442.
C4
SUBLET June-Sept. 3 rooms, furn.
pool, 1500 Pauline. NO 5-0755 after 6.
C3
CAMPUS - fully furnished; 3-bdrm.
house, avail. May. 665-0439. C2
SUMMER-modern furnished apt. for
2. 1309 S. Univer. Call 665-0164. Cl
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT for June or
September. NO 3-6357. C21
AVAILABLE IN JUNE: One room effi-
ciency furnished apartment and three
room furnished apartment for couple.
Close to campus. NO 3-4325. C20
FURNISHED HOME
FOR 4 STUDENTS
2 BLKS. FROM CAMPUS
AVAILABLE JUNE 15th
NOrmandy 3-5098
C9
SUMMER-Redecorated apt. for three.
1005 Packard. $145/mo. includes gar-
age. Call NO 2-9181. C5
ON CAMPUS. Now taking applications
for summer and fall furnished apart-
ments and parking. Call NO 2-1443.
C12
A LIMITED NUMBER of efficiency one
bedroom and two bedroom apartments
available in April, May, and June.
Apply at University Family Housing
Office, 2364 Bishop Street, North
Campus, or phone 662-3169 or 663-
1511, ext. 3569. C4
FURNISHED
APARTMENTS
TOO!
More of everything for everybody at
Huron Towers . . . we can furnish
the apartment of your choice at
reasonable additional monthly rates
(rates on request) . . . we bus our
tenants to campus, downtown, hos-
pitalrarea in ourprivate "Trans-
porter". . We' have large private
grounds with patio, swimming pool
and sun decks . . . carriage room
for "garaging" strollers. We heat
and air condition your apartment.
Shops of f the lobby which include
Marilyn Mark's Hair Stylists, Trojan
Laundry, O'Grady Barbers will serve
most daily needs. But see it all for
yourself. Model apartments open 9
to 6 p.m. daily.
UNFURNISHED $98 to $330. FUR-
NISHED FROM $133.',
NINE- OR TWELVE-MONTH
LEASES WITH PERMISSION TO
SUBLET.
HURON TOWERS
APARTMENTS
2200 Fuller Road
NOrmandy 3-0800, 5-9161
C24
BARGAIN CORNER
ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords - $7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Military Supplies
SAM'S STORE
122 E. WASHINGTON WO
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Two tickets to Russian Con-
cert of May Festival Series. Call NO
3-1561, ext. 232. E7

LINES
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MISCELLANEOUS

A NIGHT WITH
THE CRIME SQUAD
Under cover of the San Francisco
fog, anything can happen: rape, rob-
bery, murder. And it's the job of the
S Squad to stop these crimes before
they start. This week, a Post writer
tells how a squad of undercover cops
cracks down on ,hoods. Says how
they keep their activities hushed up.
And gives an hour-by-hour report of
a typical night's police work.
The Saturday Evening'
APRIL 2t
posT ON SALEO

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

THE NEW YORK TIMES delivered daily.
Student Newrpaper Agency, P0 Box
241, Ann Arbor, Michigan.' M10
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-?-carat diamond ring and
matching wedding ring, never been
used; white gold, $250. L. D. Miller,
NO 3-5480 or NO 3-1511, Ext. 2450. B5
POODLE-Beautiful, toy male puppy.
Must sell immediately. Terms possible.
Call 665-7939. B2
BIKES and SCOOTERS
1960 Cushman Super Eagle. Eight horse-
power, excellent condition. GReen-
wood 9-2181. Z1
FOR SALE-2 men's lightweight bi-
cycles. 1 with 3 speed shift, excellent
cond. Phone 668-8150 after 6 p.m. Z3
MOTOR SCOOTER, 1960. Red BELLA,
costs over $600 new, must sacrifice
$230. Call Rich Weiser, 3-6628 or 3-
4211. Z2
WILL PAY IMMEDIATE CASH for your
motor scooter, up to $85 to $125 or
more. Write Michigan Daily, Box 2.
Z1
BUSINESS SERVICES
HI-FI, PHONO TV, and radio repair.
Clip this ad for free pickup and de-
livery. Campus Radio and TV, 325 E.
Hoover. NO 5-6644. 124
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. J11
GUITAR AND BANJO INSTRUCTION.
Beginner and advanced. Individ-
ual and small workshop groups.
Classical, folk, popular. Cali 663-
6942. J20
A-1 New and Used Instruments'
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE'.
We service all makes and mndels
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sates.
514 E. Washington
82
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
Stop in now for brake work, engine
tune-up, battery and tire check-up.
South University & Forest
NO 8-9168 .4
HELP WANTED
REGISTERED NURSE for boys' private
summer camp in Wisconsin. June 28
to August 16.: Write Box 3, Michigan
Daily,. or phone collect TUxedo 5-0346.
119
COUNSELORS (June 27 to August 26)--
for Jayson Camps in the Massachu-
setts Berkshires. Monterery for Boys;
Owaissa for Girls. 37th season. Open-
ings for upperclassrr en and teachers:
American Red Cross Water Safety and
Small Craft Instructors, water-skiing,
tennis, riflery, archery, pioneering,
dance, dramatics, athletics and gen-
eral; also pianist, play songs and
popular music by ear, expert at trans-
posing. College Interview forms may
be obtained at 3200 Student Activities
Building, where camp brochures are
on display. Applicants can be inter-
viewed by Mr. Jayson on the Michi-
gan Campus on April -18, 19, and 20.
H8

6 DAYS
3145
4.20
4.95

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: 'a painting, untacked from its
frame, 46 inches x 40 inches on Marc
5, in the vicinity of Williams and
division. Subject matter with stil
life, reclining dog, checkered (red
and black) pattern in background.
If any information is known about
its whereabouts, write to Lost Paint-
ing 271 Francisco St., San Francisco
California. A4
LOST-One black men's topcoat. Bought
at McGowan's Men's Store. Lost at
SDT Open House Sunday. Call Bil
Irwin at NO 2-5571. All
PERSONAL
8,000 SUMMER JOBS NATIONWIDE to
$600/mo. All fields-Coeds included
Complete listings $1.00. Act now! Col
lege Job Mart, Glendale Bldg., 22
Glendale Ave., Lexington, Kentucky
F14
EXPERIMENTERS to Western Europe
Care to discuss summer plans with
others on the program? Call Marty,
3-1561, ext. 345 or Darlene in Barbour
2-2591. F1
DISPOSING of my large library at pri
vate sale. Rare opportunity for stu
dents to build up alibrary of good
books at low prices. Special low
prices on sets of books. Showings a
617 Packard St. (near State) from I
p.m. to 4 p.m. every day except Sun
day. Fl
FOR SALE.- One lighter for '54 red
Ford convertible. Will trade for on
tube of lipstick (probably under book
case) and a few beers. Call Ext. 92
or 918. F1
SUMMERTIME ADVENTURE
I plan on traveling all around the
U.S. (including Alaska), Canada,
and Mexico. I have room for three
tgaveling companions, preferably
male, who want to share in this
adventure. Method of travel il be
by 'private airplane, new this year,
There will be no set destinations,
we'll just go where the fun is and
stir up some where there isn't any.
The main objective of this trip will
be to seek excitement. Tentative
plans are for a trip of 6 to 8 weeks
'duration which will cost around4
$1600 per person excluding personal
expenses. This is the chance of a
lifetime, so take advantage of it now
and write for further details to Patl
Air Lines, 1821 W.,Milham, Kalama-
zoo, Michigan. F18
GIRL WANTED to make bathrobe-
have pattern and terry cloth m~aterial
Call Ed, NO 5-6117. F
TERM INSURANCE - 1958 mortality
rates lowest in Michigan. Example
Age 25, $115.50 -per $25,000. Cal
662-4800. F
GIRL WANTED to share 4-bedroor
house with 3 other girls on Packard
NO 3-1342. FI
LEAGUE PETITIONING NOW OPEN!
Hurry! Pick up your petition in th
League Undergrad office. F
DIAMONDS WHOLESALE-Save'$100 to
$500. Robert Haack Diamond Import
ers, First 'National Bldg., Suite 504,
by appointment only. NO 3-0653. P2
USED CARS
59 RENAULT-DAUPHIN, R&H, new mo
tor, absolhutely no rust, $495. NO 5-
3217. Ni
1953 Zimdapp. 200 cc. engine. Gold
cond. 4n, Call HU 2-5760, ext. 305. N
1959 SIMCA, 4-door sedan, good conc
$450, NO 3-4747. NE
60 tAUSTIN-HEALY. 10,000 miles. Goo
clean car. Call 665-6232. N1
'56 MG, sharp. 221 Chicago House, NI
2-4401. NF
1956 MGA Blue, good condition. Cal
NO 5-9556. N5
57 CHEVROLET-6 cylinder, 2-door
radio and heater, mechanically good
$500. NO 3-7966. N(

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BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
Many light-os-a-feather
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Beautiful Silhouettes
BEAUTIFUL COLORS-
Cloud Beige, soft aquas
Blues - Black - Navy
Sizes from 5
BEAUTIFUL VALUES
from 19.95
Illustrated is a weightless
wonder-the most approved
coat of the season of foam
and backed rayon crepe with
silken look. Navy and black.
29.95
The flattering bow front hat
8.98. Other smart hots, too
from 3.00 to 12.95
FOWNES 6-button length
stretch fabric gloves 3.00
of stretch capeskin at 6.50
From out of a beautiful
collection of coats and
accessories on the First Floor

When watching at the beach or pool it is not necessary
to keep moving. In fact, it is unwise to move at all, un-
less the watcher actually enjoys swimming. In such cases
he should swim.
At the beach it is better to stay in one place, because
the mover is more of a girl scout than a girl watcher

(see above). He is somewhat like the man who goes to
the theater to see girls. The girl watcher goes to a musical
and happens to notice the beautiful girls. The scout goes
to see the girls and, sometimes, happens to notice the
musical. (Whether you're a watcher or a scout, you'll
find Pall Mall makes a most pleasant companion.)
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