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SATURDAYAPRIL 28.1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRIMITIVE SOCIETIES:
Sahlins Tells of Early Goods Exchange

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

IIIfl&07

By VICTORIA YOUNG

Distribution of goods in primi-
tive societies has a different, and
in some aspects, opposite, function
from that in modern societies,
Prof. Marshall D. Sahlins of the
anthropology department said last,
night.In his speech on "The Func-
tion of Distribution in Primitive
Societies."
Because the family unit owns
and operates all means of produc-
tion, exchange is entirely of con-

sumers' goods. Production is di-
rected at self provision instead of
exchange for profit.
The major forms of exchange.
excluding theft, are pooling,, the
collection of goods in one place
for later redistribution, and reci-
procity, which is mutual exchange
of goods according to social obli-
gation.
Kinship System
Gathering of goods into a cen-
Itral area is somewhat less preva-

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lent, as it is found primarily Mi
kinship groups, Prof. Sahlins con-
tinued.
Reciprocity occurs between two
groups of distinct material inter-
ests. This system includes gener-
alized exchange, in which the
parties do not expect a return of
specified value within an allotted
time, and balanced exchange, in
which they do.
one example of this exchange is
"silent exchange," wherein one
group leaves goods to be collected
by another group, which in turn
leaves goods for the first group.
The entire transaction takes place
without contact. The principle un-
derlying this procedure is that "no
relations preserve good relations,"
Prof. Sahlins explained.
Complete Difference
In primitive societies the incline
in the flow of goods is the oppo-
site of capitalism; away from ac-
cumulation toward insufficiency.
This is in accord with the rule
that no kinsman can be left in
need.
Because of the unusual econom-
ic patterns, scarce objects have
less value than more abundant
goods. The more goods one can
give away, the more status he will
have within the tribe.
Lamp Causes
Library .Fire
A fire in the west wing of the
fourth floor stack of. the general
library caused "no significant
damage" to the books or to the
painted surfaces of the building,
Captain Clarance Hanselman of
the Ann Arbor Fire Department'
said last night.
The fire, apparently confined to
the overheated flourescent light
"starter' which caused it, was ex-
tinguished without the use of large
amounts of water or chemicals.
The fire began about 7:15 p.m.
and was discovered almost im-
mediately. The light fixture was
then pulled away from the ceiling
and the internal wiring checked
for damage. I

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Building
before 2 p.m., two days preceding
publication.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
General Notices
The Greenhouses of the University of
Michigan Botanical Gardens will be
open to the faculty, students and their
friends on Sun., April 29 from 3:00 to
5:00 p.m.
Thayer Street Parking Structure --
Effective April 30, 1962, the two open
decks on top of Thayer Street Structure
will be made available to students for
parking purposes. Student users of this
space will pay for their parking at the
rate of $.25 per day. This assignment
of parking space is on a temporary ba-
sis and will be effective until further
notice.
Placement
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
IRISH HILLS PLAYHOUSE, Onsted,
Mich. Mr. Larry Burns will interview
Tues. afternoon, May 1 for actors, act-
resses and apprentices. All will receive
room and board.
Beginning the week of April 30. the
following schools will be at the Bureau
to interview candidates for the 1962-
1963 .school year.
MON., APRIL 30
Concord, Mich. -- Elem., SS, Band-
Vocal, Girl's PE.
Ferndale, Mich. - Elem.; Gen. Sci.
(9th grade), Chm., Math. (SMSG), SS-
Eng., Biol., Deaf.
Grand Haven, Mich. - Sp. Corr.
Grass Lake, Mich.-Jr. HS Eng., Asst.
in Coaching; HS Phys.-Chem.-Math-
Asst. Coach.
Milford, Mich. - Jr. HS Eng., Girl's
PE; HS Eng., Span., Auto Mach.; Jr.
HS Math.
TUES., MAY 1
Almont, Mich. - Fields not yet listed.
Brooklyn, Mich. - 1st grade, 5-6th
grade; 7th Sci.-Math, 7th Eng., HS
Eng.
Capac, Mich. - Elem. (K-6); Jr. HS
Eng.-SS; HSHome Ec.
Imlay City, Mich. - 3rd grade; HS
Art-Eng. or SS, Sp. Corr., Bus. Ed. Eng.-
SS or SS-Eng.; Elem. and HS Vocal.
Lorain, O. - Elem.; Math, Eng., Art,
Libr., Girl's PE and all Secondary.
Middleville, Mich. (Thornapple Kel-
logg Sch.) - Elem.; 7-8th gr. Eng.;
8th Sci.-Math; 8-9th Eng., 9th gr.
Math-Boy's PE.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, Ext. 3547.
Announcement:
Peace Corps. - Immed. openings for
Men for new trng. center in Puerto

Rico to begin June 1, '62. Need 10 in-
structors for Physical Activity prog.
of the camp. Physically fit and like
outdoors. Teaching bkgd. in recreation
or outdoor educ. Permanent or for 1
yr. contract.
Also need Program Coordinator; man
for overall scheduling, programming
and general supervision of instruction-
al prog. Exper. in administration or
personnel work. Salaried positions. If
interested call Bureau of Appts., Ext.
3544.
Position Openings:
Pittsburgh PlatehGlass Co., Chem.
Div., Barberton, Ohio - Immed. re-
quirement in Indust. Rels., Dept. Man;
BA or MA in Bus. Ad., Indust. Rels.,
Personnel Admin., Liberal Arts or re-
lated fields. Some exper. in personnel
work. Prefer completed active military
oblig.
Armstrong, Lancaster, Pa. - Openings
in following areas: Sales; Acc't.; Adver-
tising and Publ. Rels.; Credit Mgmt.;
Personnel; Purchasing; Arch.; Chem.;
Engrg.; and Physics.
Eastman Kodak. Co.. -. Openings
throughout U.S. In many fields includ-
ing: Engrg.; Chem.; Physics; Acc't.
Econ.; Mktg.; Math: Stat.; Indust
Admin.; and Liberal Arts.
Pitman-Moore Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
-Two openings in Research-Product
Development Dept. MS or PhD in Mi-
crobiology preferred; Parasitology or
Virology, with minor in Micro.; or MD
with trng. or exper. in Micro. Three
yrs. exper. in micro or related field.
Harper Hospital, Detroit, Mich. -
Need Registrar in School of Nursing.
Prefer some exper., perhaps in record
keeping. About age 25.
Arwood, Somerville, N.J. - Recent
alumni for Sales Reps. who will live
in Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Boston,
or St. Louis. Age 27-35. Must have suc-
cessful sales record, preferably with
products sold to consumers, industry,
etc.
Library of Congress - Following
openings: Publications Officer for Info.
and Publ. Office; Internal Audit Office
needs Auditor; Map Cataloger for Map
Div.; and Position Classifier for P
sonnel Office.
Wisconsin Civil Service - (1) Director
of Admin. and Planning; Degree plus 6
yrs. admin. exper, in fields of bus. ad.,
publ. admin. or public finance. Apply
by May 21. (2) Dir. of Bureau Purchases
and Services (tarinee) - BA plus 5
yrs. exper. (3) Planner - Degree in
Planning or related field with major in
planning plus 5 yrs. exper. Apply for
Num. 2 and 3 by May 1.
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be spade 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
Consultant Landscape Ar'chitect to
help design a garden.
Recreational Therapist. Must be able
to improvise. 10 hours per week, some
evenings and weekends.
Architect who is from the Informa-
tion and Design Dept. or Commercial
Art. Must be a Junior, or better. Part-
time.
FEMALE
Recreational Therapist. Must be eble
to improvise. 10 hours per week, some
evenings and weekends.
Saleswomen with experience. 2 part-
time and 1 full-time. Must be able to
work during the summer and have
transportation. Pay rate: $1.30 per hour.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Congr. Disc. E & R Stud. Guild, "Arts
and the Responsibility of the Artst,"'
Music, Prof. Frank Stillings, April 29,
7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe.
* * *
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stud. Club,
Supper, 6:30 p.m., Panel Discussion led
by Vicar Park, 6:45 p.m., April 29, 1511
Washtenaw.
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, April
29, 2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St.
entrance.
* * *
U. of M. Folk Dancers, Meeting. In-
struction, Dancing, May 1, 7:30 p.m.,
1429 Hill.

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FOR RENT
SUMMER furn. apt. for 3, gd. loc. $300/
Sum. NO 3-8242. C24
LARGE Modern furnished apt. 2 bdrm.
avail June 15. 721 Forest. 5-5942. C28
SUMMER RENTAL. Lg. 4 rm. furn. apt.
for 2, kitchen, campus location. NO
5-0585. C25
NEAT PAD for Summer. 6 huge rms.
for 5-6 persons, close to campus and
2 drug stores. Call NO 5-4065 now. C26
VERY MODERN Apt.-Summer, furn. 2
bdrms. Near St. Joe Hosp. Cheap. NO
2-9596. For 3 or 4. C27
N.Y. SUBLET. Beautiful 4 rms. Fur-
nished, from July 1. 5 months or long-
er. Riverdale section. $150 a month,
adults -only. For information call NO
8-8579. C22
FOREST AVENUE - Four room semi-
furnished apartment. Suitable for
four boys. Available June 1. Phone
NO 8-6931. C21
CAMPUS AREA-Large 4 rm. newly fur-
nished apt. Fireplace in 17 x 27 car-
peted living rm. All utilities includ-
ed. Laundry facilities. Suitable for 4
students. NO 5-9449. C20
CAMPUS AREA, 3 rm., clean furnished
apt. All utilities included. Laundry
facilities. NO 5-9449. C19
CAMPUS AREA. Newly furnished 2 rm.
apt. All utilities included. Laundry
facilities available. NO 5-9449. C18
SUMMER RENTAL. Spacious apt. for
four, fully furnished. 3 blocks from
campus. Call 3-1561, ext. 800. 017
'59 HUMBER-Product of Roots Motor
of England. NO 5-0267. C23
ON CAMPUS
Men: Pleasant rooms available for
summer. Girls: Pleasant rooms avail-
able for fall semester. NO 2-1443. C28
SUMMER SUBLET: Large, furn'd House
for 4. Reasonable. Call 2-4591, ext. 106
C. 016
NEAR CAMPUS
Furnished Two-Family--
3 Students per unit
June 15-June 15 lease.
NO 3-5098 015
SUMMER-Modern furn'd apt, for 3
near campus. 1309 S. Univ. Apt. 8. NO
5-0122. C0
REAL ESTATE
STUDIO, 800 sq. ft.,. Music, Dance, Re-
ducing, Ceramic, large assembly room
33x15, 4 smaller rooms, over Pretzel
Bell, 2-5 year ease. Will sell entire
building of 3 floors. Call Lansing, ED
7-9305. R6
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
WANTED TO RENT
FOR FALL SEMESTER. Single room
with meals. Call Doug Brook. 2-4591,
ext. 401 Hayden. L12
APT. FOR 3 responsible men near cam-
pus for coming school yr. Must have
kitchen facilities. Call NO 2-4591, ext.
438 Cooley after 6:30 p.m. L0
MISCELLANEOUS
THE NEW YORK TIMES delivered daily.
Student Newspaper Agency, P0 Box
241, Ann Arbor, Michigan. M10
BARGAIN CORNER
ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords '-$7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Military Supplies
SAM'S STORE
122 E. WASHINGTON WO
BUSINESS SERVICES
A FRIEND of mine had a score of 265
at the miniature bowling alley at the
SCHWABEN INN, 215 S. Ashley He
also ate a great big Schwaben-Burg-
er. Meet your friends here for fun.
J20
Herb David GUITAR STUDIO. Instru-
ments and instruction. Guitars, lutes,
dulcimer, harpsichord, ude, banjo
etc. Ancient & modern, hand made
& commercial instruments. Repairs.
209 S. State. NO 5-8001. F6
HI-FI, PHONO T, 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. Jil

GUITAR AND BANJO INSTRUCTION
Beginner and advanced. Individ-
ual and small workshop groups.
Classical, folk, popular. Call 663-
6942. J20

WHY WALK? Ride a Vespa! 1958 Vespa
motor scooter for sale. Call room 409
Chicago House, NO 2-4401. Z6
DO YOU FIND IT hard to get from
the IM Building to Frieze Hall in
just 10- minutes? If you have this
trip or any other long one, solve
your problem with a bike from
BEAVER'S BIKE AND HARDWARE
605 Church NO 5-6607
Z1
SCOOTER: 1958, Parilla, excellent run-
ning cond. Windshield & tools. $200.
Call after 4:00 p.m. weekdays or Sat.
& Sun. all day. Z5
1958 CUSHMAN PACEMAKER, two-
speed, good condition, $135.00. NO 2-
2023. B6
SENIORS or Graduate male subjects to
participate in Thesis experiment.
Background from Engr., Business Ad.,
Psych. or Mathematics necessary. Call
NO 2-0918 after 6 p.m. H14
USED CARS

BIKES and SCOOTERS

1961 LAMBRETTA 125 like new. Best WANTED: 2 or 3 man apt. for
offer takes. NO 3-1783. N3 Call Andy or Gary at 2-5571.

1959 SIMCA 4-dr. sedan. Good condition.
$450. Call NO 3-4747. N2
1960 ALFA ROMEO 2000 Sport Roadster
convertible, like new, real sharp, 7,000
mi., bargain. NO 3-7541, Ext. 783. NI
NEED A CAR? We'll sell one chp. Call
Phil or Bill at 5-3595 or 5-9811. N21
MUST SELL ONE OF TWO: '57 Chevy
6-stick, 2-dr., R&H, $550. '57 MGA-
$950. NO 3-7966. N28
WHITE CONVERTIBLE-1957 Mercury.
Very sharp looking. Very good me-
chanically. NO 2-1069. N19
1956 MGA Blue, good condition. Call
NO 5-9556. N5
FOR RENT
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA-3-4 persons
furnished apartment on Walnut. NO
3-6357. C5
FOR SUMMER SUBLET-Obser. apt. No.
1 mod. furn. 662-7904. 04
SUMMER APT.-2 bedroom, newly furn.
fully carpeted, garbage disposal. On
campus, near both hospitals. Parking
facilities. Call 685-0366.' C2
SUMMER-3 bedroom furnished house.
Large yard, study, screen porch. NO
3-1102. Cl
SUMMER-Modern furnished apartment
for four. Close ito campus-air condi-
tioned, parking. NO 2-5360. C14
1716 GEDDES!
Available June 15 for next year.
Three bedroom house, 2 baths, large
kitchen, free laundry facilities, and

PERSONAL
I DREAMED I went into the Founta
of Youth in my Maidenform, but can
out in a diaper.1
WARNING NO. 4 - Give me Dragon
give me New World. Chris
HELL!-Yes, that's where the greate
Michigras booth ever is located.i
for yourself why it was last night
most talked about and most enjo3
booth. It's a Tri-Delt, Larbda C
spectacular!
JOHN: Remember the "formal, writi
invitation" you received about I
days ago to Jordan's Open-O;p
House? Please R.S.V.P.-We're st
expecting you! rs et al.
TO JAN H. and her infamous roomma
Warning: Mealtickets can be dang
ous weapons. Proceed with cauti
when using on others.
MICHI TWIST
Belts are here-Sold on
Diag by Druids; Proceeds
to Charity.
FOR SALE: Fountain. See Ponce
Leon. (Michigras)

garage. Call 662-2960.

C3

the taste to start with...the taste to stay with.

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Use
Daily
Classified
Ads

COEDS ONLY I-New Bldg. New Danish
Mod. Furniture. Large Panelled living
room, 3 Bdrms. Carpeting throughout.
Near campus. June-Sept. Call 665-
7062 btwn. 5:00 and 7:30 P.M. C9
2 MODERN BDRM. terrace with range,
refrig., washer, dryer in basement.
Adults. 1408 W. Maple, near S. Milford
rd. 20 miles from A.A. Rent $75/mo.
011
MODERN Summer Apartment for rent.
Suitable for 4 people. 2 blocks from
campus & hospital. NO 3-2104. C12
FOR SUMMER RENT: One of the 30
best 3-men apts. in the city. Just 2
blocks from campus. Call NO 3-7819.
04
3 BEDROOM APT. for summer, 2 blocks
from campus. NO 3-1412. 03
SUMMER RENTAL for 2 or 3. 718 Mon-
roe across from Law school. 2 bdrm.
furn. NO 2-8832. C2
TO RENT: Large modern furn. apt. for
3. .aundry facilities, disposal and
parking lot. 2 blocks from campus.
Available June 1. WO 3-7106 after 7
p.m. 06
SUMMER FURISHED APARTMENT for
two close to campus. NO 5-0242 after
5. 021
SUMMER-Hill and State, lare modern
furnished apt, for 3 or 4, two floors,
reasonable. 2-8755. C24
2% ROOM APT., perfect for couple, or
single person. Available in June.
665-0432 after 5. C27
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
COOL APARTMENT for summer, two
bedrooms, modern furnished Arbor
Forest Apts., prestige campus loca-
tions. $200. NO 2-8686. 012
FOR RENT-attractive furn. apt. for
girls or married couples. $95 to $135.
1 yr. lease beginning June or Sept.
NO 3-2800. 010
FURNISHED three-room apartment
close to campus available June 10
for summer residency. Call NO 5-
7183 for information. C18
SUMMER rent air-cond. 2 bth, 3 large
bdrm. luxurious, spacious rapt. Char-
ter House. South U. and Washtenaw.
4-6 girls preferred. June 11 to Sept.
11. NO 5-0351. C26
SUMMER - Modern, air-conditioned
apartment for four. Two blocks from
Diag. Fully furnished, kitchen with
dishwasher and disposal. Call NO 3-
1783. 019
701 SOUTH FOREST
THREE ROOM furnished apartment for
men. Available June 15,for summer
only. Off street parking, TV, two
blocks from campus. Call Mr. or Mrs.
Scott, NO 2-9301, 8.a.m. to 4 p.m. C20
A MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT
FOR THREE: completely new furni-
ture and carpeting, driveway and
garage, all utilities paid. On campus
near hospitals. For summer session.
NO 5-4351. 013
MEN AND WOMEN STUDENT APT'S.
New, modern, furn. anJ unfurn. 2
bdrm. units now renting for summer
and fall. Located 3 blocks from cam-
pus across. from Intramural Bldg. 415
E. Hoover. Information 665-3220 week-
day evenings. C25
701 SOUTH FOREST

END all your frustrations-come on and
rebel . . . by coming to Michigras, and
Going to HELL! . . . in the Tri-Delt,
Lambda Chi Booth, of course. T16
COMING Thurs. Maize yellow Feather
Day. F9
ENJOY THE SPRING on a 1958 LAM-
BRETTA. New 150 fored engine. Per-
feet mechanical shape. Ideal for girls,
too. Asking $175. NO 5-0397. F7
AD LIB at MICHIGRAS 62. Explore
TUT'S TOMB. P12
PETITIONING for standing commit-
tees of SGC. Get petitions SAB. Turn
in before Friday, April 27. F12
DIAMONDS WHOLESALE-Save $100 to
$500, Robert Haack Diamond Import-
ers, First National Bldg., Suite 504,
by appointment only. NO 3-0653. F21
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.
P14
HELP WANTED
STUDENTS-For outside work, fall or
part time, or at vacation time, apply
in person 224 South 1st. H1
SENIORS or Grad. students (male) to
participate as pd. subjects in thesus.
Must have background in any of fol-
lowing: math, engr., psych., or Bus.
Ad. Call NO 2-0918 after 6 p.m. H15
WANTED-Man for meal job. Inquire
NO 3-8581 between 5 & 8. H13
SALES LADY part time for unusual
ladies casual apparel store. Energetic,
enthusiastic and reliable Grahms
Arbor Land. See Mr. It. 665-0539. 112
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. Ht
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and mndels
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales
514 . Washington
52
C-TrED
STANDARD SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE
IS OUR BUSINESS
It is fall changeover time. Time
to check your cooling system and
put in ATLAS PERMA - GUARD
anti-freeze.
"You expect more from
-Standard and you get it.'
SOUTH UNIVERSITY & FOREST
NO 3-9168
41
FOR SALE
MIMEOGRAPH machine, factory recon-
di'tioned. $40. Call HU 3-5561. 13'
FOR SALE - 2 bdrm. mobile home.
Fence, awning, excellent cond. Only
$1500. Call GE 8-8221. B11
POODLE-Beautiful, toy male puppy.
Must sell immediately. Terms possible.
Call 665-7939. B3
CORRECTION-For Sale by Owner: be-
ing transferred June 1st. $17,500 ranch
for $16,000. Delightful three bedroom,
1% baths with colored fixtures, com.
plete kitchen built in including wash-
er and dryer. Patio with fenced yard,
attached garage, low low down pay-
ment. HU 3-5580. 31
ECONOMIZE
at Christian.
Enterprise
SEverything to furnish an
apartment at a low cost.
e Bicycles
e Book Cases, Lamps, Desks

F Children's Furniture
" All our merchandise is either
second hand or has been reha-
bilitated and re-done.
* We have practically every-
thing for sale. Give us a call if
you're curious and w uld liketo
saearmnev on n rti~hliilCome

A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS. GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSI1UAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834

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