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SATURDAY, "R.II 21,1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE PIF

SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1962 THE MICHIGAN DAJEY PAGE VIVE

RECEIVE FUNDS:
Regents Acknowledge Gifts Totalling $177,000

I

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Gifts and bequests totalling
$177,000 were accepted by the Re-
gents at their regular meeting yes-
terday.
From the estate of Frederick E.
Walton of Owosso, the Regents ac-
cepted $39,760 for the Frederick
and Maud Walton ,Research Fund
which is for research in diseases of
the heart and in cancer.
American Medical Association
Education Research Foundation of
Chicago has given $18,600 for use
in research at the Medical School.
The money was contributed by
alumni.
Allocation from WSU
Third quarter allocation of
$17,625 for the Institute of Labor
and Industrial Relations was re-
ceived from Wayne State Univer-
sity. The institute is jointly spon-
sored by the two universities.
The Regents accepted $10,000
from Bruce R. Dodds of Bloom-
field Hills, to establish a grant for
use by the wildlife management
department of the natural re-
sources school.
From the CBS Foundation, New
York City, the Regents accepted
$10,000 as an unrestricted gift as
a part of the foundation's plan
for aiding institutions of higher
education which give leadership in
the training of persons in teach-
ing and research.
AMC Gift
American Motors Corp., Detroit,
has given $10,000 through the
Development Council to establish
a fund for the support of a book
on the government of Michigan.
The book is to be produced under
the direction of Prof. Daniel S.
MeHargue of the political science
department.
A grant of $10,000 for support
of a special Latin institute in the
summer of 1962 was accepted from
the American Council of Learned
Societies, New York City.
From the Alfred P. Sloan Foun-
dation, New York City, the Re-
gents accepted $6,900 for research
in chemistry under the direction
of Prof. R. Martin Stiles of the
chemistry department.
Transplant Fund
The Regents accepted $6,000
from E. R. Squibb & Sons of
New York City, for the Organ
Transplantation Fund which is
under the direction of Prof.
Charles G. Child, III, chairman of
the surgery department.
International Business Machines
Corp., of Poughkeepsie, has given
a total of $4,000 in $1,000 grants
to each of the following funds:
Mechanical Engineering Special;
Mathematics Department Special;
Electrical Engineering Special;
and Communication Sciences Spe-
cial. Each is for use in graduate
studies.
The Regents accepted a total of
$3,500 from Parke, Davis & Co., of

Detroit, in quarterly payments on
three research projects. surgical
research, pharmacology research
under the direction of Prof. M. M.
Seevers of the pharmacy college,
and for tissue culture research by
Prof. Donald J. Merchant of the
medical school.
Circulation Research
Merck & Co., Inc., of Rahway,
N. J., has given $3,000 for circula-
tion research under the direction
of Prof. J. James Conway of the
medical school.
Wenner-Gren Foundation for
Anthropological Research, Inc.,
of New York City, has given $3,000
for the anthropology museum to
cover research on paleo-climates
in North America under the direc-
tion of Prof. James B. Griffin of
the anthropology department.
The Regents accepted $2,500
from Frank J. Ortman of Detroit,
for the Michigan Alumni Associa-
tion Reserve Fund.
NASA Fellowship
From the National Academy of
Sciences of Washington, D.C., the,
Regents accepted $2,500 to es-
tablish the National Academy of
Sciences NASA International Uni-
versity Program fellowship.
Hercules Powder Co., Inc. of
Wilmington, has given $2,500 as
an unrestricted grant for use by
the chemical and metallurgical
engineering department.
Because of the attendance this
year of 20 National Merit scholars
at the University, the National
Merit Scholarship Corp. has given
$2,000.
Cuban Fund
The Regents accepted $2,000
from the Treasurer of the United
States for the United States Loan-
Cuban Students Fund.
From the Upjohn Co. of Kala-
mazoo, the Regents accepted
$2,000 to establish a radioisotope
research fund under the direction
of Prof. Isadore A. Bernstein of
the Medical School.
The Adele B. Anton Foundation
of Livingston, N. J., has given
$1,500 for use by the surgery de-
partment of the Medical School.
The Regents accepted $1,500
from the Oak Ridge Institute of
Nuclear Studies, Inc. of Oak Ridge,
Tenn., for two fellowships in
health 'physics.
Badgley Lectureship
Miscellaneous donors have given
$1,200 to establish the Carl E.
Badgley Lectureship, Research and
Education Fund in Orthopaedic
Surgery.
Three donors have given a total
of $1,125 to establish the Christy
Cogan Memorial Fund. They were
Dr. David C. Cogan of Belmont,
Mass., Mrs. Arthur Bromage of
Ann Arbor, and Mrs. John Pater-
son of Berkeley, Calif. Income
from the fund is to provide a cash
award to an outstanding under-

graduate student of American
archaeology, the award to be made
at the direction of the director
of the anthropology museum. The
fund is established in memory of
a 1961 graduate with a degree in
anthropology, who was killed in
an automobile accident in August
while returning from Bois Blanc
Island.
Residents of Wenley House in
West Quadrangle have given $1,000
for improvements to the recreation
room.
From Miller, Canfield, Paddock
and Stone of Detroit, the Regents
accepted $1,000 to establish a law'
scholarship in the firm's name.
Principal and income are to be
used for scholarships for first
year law students selected by the
dean of the Law School or his
representative.
Engineering Grant
Atlantic Refining Co. of Dallas,
has given $1,000 as an educational
grant to the chemical and metal-
lurgical engineering department
of the engineering college.
The Regents accepted $1,000

from Associated General Contrac-
tors of American, Michigan Chap-
ter, Inc. of Lansing. This is an
annual contribution to a fund used
to employ student assistants to
help develop teaching aids for
construction engineering.
From Mead Johnson & Co. of
Evansville, Ind., the Regents ac-
cepted $1,000 to establish a fund
for anesthesiology research.
American Society for Testing
and Materials of Philadelphia, has
given $1,000 as a grant-in-aid to
further research by Prof. Lawrence
H. Van Vlack, professor of, ma-
terials engineering.
Endowment Fund
Lou R. Crandall, '17E, gave to
the University on Dec. 15, a parcel
of land consisting of a residence
and store building in Ypsilanti to
establish an endowment fund.
It was recommended that the
said real estate received from
Crandall be set up as an asset in
an endowment fund to be known,
as the Lou R. and Marguerite
Crandall Fund with the under-
standing that the donor will later

designate the purpose of this fund.
The will of Lulu J. Dickinson,
'01, was recently offered for pro-
bate in Douglas County, Wis. Par-
agraph Nine of the will provides
that three-quarters of the residue
of the estate is given to the Michi-
gan Alumni Fund for the Michigan
Alumni Student Loan Fund.
Estimated Value
The named executor estimates
that the estate is valued at ap-
proximately $50,000 and that there
are debts in the amount of ap-
proximately $5,000 and specific
bequests of $4,000.
The will of Russell A. Shields,
'09, recently offered for probate
in Wayne County, contains the
following provision:
"To the University $10,000 in
cash to create a scholarship (or
scholarships) to pursue the study
of Menier's Disease with the at-
tendant spells of vertigo and deaf-
ness. This has been an affliction
of mine for more than 35 years
and yet the medical fraternity
knows little more than then of
its causes and/or cures."

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Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Last Federal Service Entrance Exam
given during sch. yr. on May 12. Filing
deadline for applications is April 26.
Larbe number of openings throughout
U.S. in many kinds of agencies & for
various majors.
The American Institute for Foreign
Trade, Phoenix, Ariz.-Only postgradu-
ate sch. exclusively devoted to trng. of
college grads for careers abroad with
U.S. business or govt. 3-part curriculum
in 2 semesters leading to 5th yr. de-
gree. Bachelor of Foreign Trade, Fur-
ther information on bulletin board out-
side room. 3200 SAB.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Kellogg Co., Battle Creek, Mich.-Men
--recent or June grads; degree Indus-
trial Engrg. or Math major for Indust.
Engrg. work. Indust. exper. as plant
worker or staff member desirable, but
not essential.
Dana Converse Backus (Attornsy at
Law), N.Y., N.Y-Men in Poll. Si.,
Public Admin., or other related field
for position with Citizens Union of City
of N.Y. Will lead to position of Direc-
tor. Functions of Cit. Union are to
take non-partisan positions on issues
affecting the City.
National Cash Register Co., Dayton, O.
-Product Application Specialist-Tech.
man; Business or' Marketing bkgd. MBA
or BA plus 3 yrs. exper. In paper,
graphic 'rts, .or rubber stamp indus-
try desired.
Stauffer Chemical Co., Anderson
Chem. Div., Weston, Mich.-June grads
& alumni-seeking Chemists & Chemi-
cal Engnrs, through the MS level. Some
indust. exper. preferred but not essen-
tial.
Aluminum Co. of America, Pittsburgh,
Pa.-Opening for outstanding MA or
PhD candidate or grad who would be

interested in working in industrial em-
ployment, using his Industrial & Per-
sonnel Psych.
Owens-Illinois, Toledo, 0.-Openings
as follows: Accounting; Quality Control
Trainee; Plant Engnrs.; Data-Processing
Operator; Physicist or Electrical Engnr.
Please call General Div., Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for
further information.
Division of Higher Education, Meth-
odist Church-Will be interviewing all
fields for all Methodist Colleges on
Wed., April 25, 1962 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00
p.m.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of, Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please.
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg.
APRIL 25-
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.
Construction Div. Montague, Mich. &
other locations in the U.S.-BS: CE &
ME. Field or Area Engnr.
George A. Fuller Co., N.Y. City, Chi-
cago, Boston, Pittsburgh, & Wash., D.C.
areas-BS: CE & ME. June grads. Must
be male U.S. citizen. Construction-Of-
fice Bldgs., Labs., Mfg. Plants, Schools,
Hospitals, & Monumental Work.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
Veterans of Foreign Wars National
Home, Eaton Rapids, Mich.-Openings
for 2 students in recreation prog., in-
volving swimming pool, playground &
general supervision.
Reserve Officers Force Co., Los An-
geles & St. Louis-Girls living in these
2 areas for summer should apply for
secretarial positions, involving knowl-
edge of shorthand, typing & general
office skills. Temporary employment.
Office Evtras Div., New York Employ-
ment Agency-Students & faculty for
positions as secretaries, stenographers,

typists, clerical workers, bookkeepers,
etc.
* * *
Come to Summer Placement for fur-
ther information.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Building, during the following hours:
Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon
and 1:30 til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should call Bob Hodges at NO
3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
1-With programming ability plus fast,
accurate keypunch skills.
2-Full-time, experienced keypunch
operators.
1-Recreational Therapist. Must be able
to improvise. 10 hours per week,
some evenings and weekends.
1-Consultant Landscape Architect to
help design a garden.
1 or 2-Skilled painters to paint the
inside of a house.
1-Architect who is from the Infor-
mation, and Design Dept. or Com-
mercial Art.. Must be a Junior or
Senior at least. Part-time.
FEMALE
1-With programming ability plus fast,
accurate keypunch skills.
2-Full-time, experienced keypunch
operators.
1-Recreational Therapist. Must be able
to improvise. 10 hours per week,
some evenings and weekends.
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
German Club, Folk Dance Festival
with Detroit German Folk Dancing
Group under Erika Brenner, April 24,
8 p.m., Union Ballrm. Group perform-
ance with audience participation. "Herz-
lich willkommen!,'
m* a
Grad Outing Club, Hike, April 22, 2
p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St. En-
trance.
Human Relations Board, Launching
Project Welcome-Dr. Donald Pelz, April
23, 7:30 p.m., Union, Rm. 3B. Everyone
welcome.
India Students Assoc., Spring Ban-
quet, 6:30 p.m., Union BalIrm. Speaker:
The Honorable B. K. Nehru, Ambassa-
dor of India.
La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, April
23, 3-5 p.m., 3050 FB. Refreshments,
Spanish conversation practice.
* * *
Congr. Disc. E & R Stud. Guild, Sun-
day Morning Seminar, "A Classical Art
and a New Idea"-Ballet, 7:30 p.m.,
April 22, 802 Monroe.
* * *
WAA Ping Pong Tournament, Entree
deadline extended to April 25, Noon,
Barbour Gym, Rm. 15.

BUSINESS SERVICES
SCHWABEN INN-The Place where the'
cool crowd congregates to indulge in
witty conversation, good food, & beer.
215 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor z z J26
Herb David GUITAR Studio. Instru-
ments and instruction. Guitars. uts
declimer, harpsichord, ude, banjo,
ext. Ancient & modern, hand made
& commercial instrument repairs.
207 S. State. NO 5-8001. F6
HI-Fl, PHONO Tip, and radio repair.
Clip this ad for free pickup and de-
livery. Campus Radio and TV, 325 E.
Hoover. NO 5-6644. J24
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 Jll
GUITAR AND BANJO INSTRUCTION
Beginner and advanced. Individ-
ual and small workshop groups.
Classical, folk, popular. Call 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
Finding holes in your winter cloth-
ing? Find that the wind whistles
through and sends ;chills up and
down your spine? Then send them
to WEAV-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade,
NO 2-4647. "We'll reweave them
to look like new." J2A
FOR SALE
THE GREAT LAKES Mobile Home, 10 x
47, '58 model. $2300. Call 2-6320 or
HU 2-2804. B10
FOR SALE by owner: being transferred
June 1st. $17,500 ranch for $16,I000.
Delightful three bedroom, 1% baths
with colored fixtures, complete kitch-
en built in including washer and
dryer. Patio with fenced yard, at-
tached garage, low, low down pay-
ment. HU 3-5590. B9
1956 HARLEY 74. Good condition, $475.
NO 3-7541, ext. 736. B8
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
1956 Harley-Davidson KHK Motorcycle
$400. Call NO 5-8439 after 6 p.m. B7
1958 CUSHMAN PACEMAKER, two-
speed, good condition, $135.00. NO 2-
2023. B6
EXCELLENT Parilla Scooter, $150.00.
May be seen at 2366 Dexter Avenue,
NO 5-7621. Z4
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
$200. 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.
Plan on spending part of the week-
end in the Arb? You realize that
with your luck it is bound to rain!
Stay dry, get home fast on a Bike
from
BEAVER'S BIKE
605 Church NO 5-6607
Z9
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and miidels
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50'
Nye Motor Sales

BARGAIN CORNER
ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords - $7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Military Supplies
SAM'S STORE
122 E. WASHINGTON W6

FOR RENT

MISCELLANEOUS
THE NEW YORK TIMES delivered daily.
Student Newspaper Agency, PO Box
241, Ann Arbor, Michigan. ' M10
REAL ESTATE
STUDIO, 800 sq. ft., Music, Dance, Re-
ducing, Ceramic, large assembly room
33x15, 4 smaller rooms, over Pretzel
Bell, 2-5 year lease. Will sell entire
building of 3 floors. Call Lansing, ED
7-9305. R6
HELP WANTED
TYPIST-RECEPTIONIST: four hours
daily Monday through Friday in Real
Estate and Building Office. Desir-
able talents include typing and cof-
fee brewing. Silky telephone voice
an asset, $125 per month. NO 3-9373,
Mr. Jabbour or Mrs. Brackney for
appointment. Hil
NURSE, COUNSELORS for small boys'
camp. Water front, Nature, Riflery.
Will consider husband-wife, if wife is
nurse. June 18 to Aug. 18. Write giv-
ing experience, training, Camp Flying
Eagle, 1251 Weber Dr., Lansing, Mich.
HiO
USED CARS
PORSCHE SPEEDSTER-No miles since
$900 rebuild and restoration. Prof's
Car, $1,775. 663-7909. N16
57 CHEVY 6, stick 2 Dr., R & H, Me-
chanidally good. $500. NO 3-7966. N15
'55 PLYMOUTH, four-door, V-8, stand-
ard shift, good tran'sportation. $165.
NO 2-5754. N14
PONTIAC, 1955, radio, heater, back-up
lights, two door hardtop. NO 3-7657.
N13
59 RENAULT DAUPHINE, R&H, new mo-
tor, absolutely no rust, $795. NO 5-
3217. Nil
1959 SIMCA, 4-door sedan, good cond.
$450, NO 3-4747. N8
60 AUSTIN-HEALY. 10,000 miles. Good
clean car. Call 665-6232. N12
1956 MGA Blue, good condition. Call
NO 5-9556. N5
PERSONAL
THE LINE comes in, the line goes out.
Congratulations, Carole, Susie, and
Wanda. We're for it! Fl
PEGGY, I am sorry about that gross
misunderstanding. I am not THAT
type fellea, and I did not know that
it had been planted on me. CL. lF
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CLAY and VAL.
From Ellie, Judy, Sherry, Honey,
Judy, Benette, and Bertha. F9
PETITIONING for standing commit-
tees of SGC. Get petitions SAB. Turn
in before Friday, April 27. P12
WANTED: Tutor for Math 415-Vectors,
Spaces, and Matrices. Call 3-8156 be-
tween 5 and 6. Fl
8,000 SUMMER JOBS NATIONWIDE to
$600/mo. All fields-Coeds included.
Complete listings $1.00. Act now? Col-
lege Job Mart, Glendale Bldg., 221
Glendale Ave., Lexington, Kentucky.
F14
DISPOSING of my large library at pri-
vate sale. Rare opportunity for stu-
dents to build up a library of good
books at low prices. Special low
prices on sets of books. Showings at
617 Packard St. (near State) from 12
p.m. to 4 p.m. every day except Sun-
day. P16
GIRL WANTED to make bathrobe-
have pattern and terry cloth material.
Call Ed, NO 5-6117. F9
TERM INSURANCE - 1958 mortality
rates lowest in Michigan. Example:
Age 25, $115.50 per $25,000. Call
662-4800 F8
GIRL WANTED to share 4-bedroom
house with 3 other girls on Packard.
NO 3-1342. F12
DIAMONDS WHOLESALE-Save $100 to
$500. Robert Haack Diamond Import-
ers, First National Bldg., Suite 504,
by appointment only. NO 3-0653. F21

LINES
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3
4

THREE ROOM furnished apartment for
men. Available June 15. Off street
parking, TV, two blocks from campus.
Call Mr. or Mrs. Scott, NO 2-9301, 8
A.M. to 4 P.M. C20
SUMMER - Modern, air-conditioned
apartment for four. Two blocks from
Diag. Fully furnished, kitchen with
dishwasher and disposal. Call NO 3-
1783. 019
FURNISHED three-room apartment
close to campus available June 10
for summer residency. Call NO 5-
7183 for information. 018
FURNISHED, single rooms for men
available June 15. Singles or doubles
available for fall. Refrigerator, off
street parking, weekly cleaning, two
blocks from campus. Call Mr. or Mrs.
Scott, NO 2-9301, 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. C17
SUMMER: four room apartment for
two, beautifully furnished, perfect
location, bargain. 665-0724, 5-6:30 p.m.
C16
SUMMER SUBLET-modern 3-room fur-
nished apt.-air conditioning, swim-
ming pool. Call NO 5-0212 after 5 P.M.
015
MARRIED STUDENTS with children,
apartments available June 15th. Park-
ing, fenced play area, laundry, close
to campus stores, hospitals. Semi-
furnished. $71 includes utilities.
BRANDEIS CO-OP. 803 E. Kingsley,
663-1204. 014
APT. TO RENT for sum. Beautifully
furn. for 2 or 3 at Hill & Forest. Call
5-4822. Cil
FOR RENT-attractive furn. apt. for
girls or married couples. $95 to $135.
1 yr. lease beginning June or Sept.
NO 3-2800. C10
SHARP 6 room house near campus for
6 (or 5) students. Summer and/or
winter. Call NO 5-0881. C5
FURNISHED HOUSE for up to 6 stu-
dents (Group of men or women).
Available Summer or Fall. Campus lo-
cation. NO 3-0683 after 4 P.M. 08
SUMMER: Two bdrm. apt, furnished,
close to campus, utilities. NO 5-9430
after 4:30. 07
DO YOU REALLY believe in integrated
housing? Do you want good housing
at moderate cost? Do you want a
beautiful new modern apartment l 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/vr
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
AVAILABLE IN JUNE: One room effi-
ciency furnished apartment. Close to
campus. NO 3-4325. C20
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.
012
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch with
black cord band Tues.. April 17 on
campus between Univer. Museums
Building and Angell Hall. A
LOST: a painting, untacked from its
frame, 46 inches x 40 inches on March
5, in the vicinity of Williams and
division. Subject matter with still
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

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