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MAY 2.1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HENRY H.
prs STEVENS, Inc.
LONG .., a"
DISTANCE
MOVING .
T 273 Broadway Gilt
Flint 6, Michigan Stevens
Phone Collect lit. '40
Flint CEdar 4-1686 Manages
For Lower Free Estimates
Interstate Rates Every Friday
We own, operate, schedule and dispatch our own fleet of vans
for better direct service without transfer.

The Michigan Daily
BUSINESS STAFF
OFFERS YOU, the Students of the University
of Michigan, the opportunity to gain experi-
ence which will help you now and after you
complete your college education. Working on
the BUSINESS STAFF is the key for later em-
ployment in
yADVERTISING
SACCOUNTING
MANAGEMENT
SPROMOTIONS
SPERSONNEL'
SSALES
REMEMBER-your future employer will want
experience, and the Michigan Daily Business Staff
offers it to you.
THERE WILL BE A TRAINING MEETING
THURSDAY, MAY 3 at 4:15
Second Floor, Student Publications Bldg.
420 Maynard (in back of the Ad. Bldg.)
ALL WELCOME

Ferris
institute
(Continued from Page 1)
In addition to practical, techni-
cal, and vocational education the
college proposed to offer and
maintain general educational pro-
grams for mature adults as well
as professional education in phar-
macy, commerce, and teacher edu-
cation.
Ferris deals with the student be-
ginning at the point of his present
educational competency and offers
him a chance to move forward
under careful guidance and in-
struction.
Campus expansion from 19 to
237 acres has been realized in the
past five years while enrollment
last year was limited to 3,600 stu-
dents per quarter. With a budget
request for the coming year of
$2.9 million, an enrollment of 4,-
200 is estimated.
In addition to problems of an
overcrowded library and insuffi-
cient health and physical educa-
tion facilities, Ferris finds itself
with the smallest percentage of
small classes of any state institu-
tion.
Ferris administrators, imoreover,
feel smaller classes are particu-
larly important to the' job of di-
rect counseling which the school
endeavors to perform.
Ferris maintains its long-stand-
ing objective to minimize cost to
the student. Accordingly, it has
had lower tuition and presently
possesses the lowest fees among
the state colleges for campus room
and board services.
To Show Films
On Nuclear Arms
Films on the possibility of acci-
dental detonation of nuclear de-
vices and on the Minuteman mis-
sile will be shown at 4:05 p.m. to-
day in the Multi-Purpose Rm. of
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Doctoral Examination for Eugene
Donald Alexander, Education; thesis:
"The Relationships between Self-Con-
cept Self-Acceptance and S cli o o 1
Marks," Thurs., May 3, 4023 US, at
10:00 a.m. Chairman, W. C. Trow.
Placement
Engineering Placement Interview
Seniors and grad. students, please sign
interview schedule at 128-H West Engrg.
Interview Visits:
Marquardt Corp., Propulsion Sys. Div.
Van Nuys, Calif., May 4. All degrees: AE
and Astro., ME, EM.BS-MS:EE (Power
not electronics) BS; E. Math, E Physics
and Sci. Engrg. June and Aug. grads.
Both men and women. U.S. citizenship
required. Prod. Dev. and Des. for Pro-
pulsion Systems and electro-mechanical
rocket attitude controls, particularly
for Apollo.
Beginning the week of Mon., May 7,
the following schools will be at the
Bureau to interview candidates for the
1962-63 school year.
Mon., May 7:
Blissfield, Mich. - Elem., Jr. HS SS/
Engl., Voc. Home Ec.
Howell, Mich. - Elem., Elem Sp.
Corr.; 'Jr. HS St., Math; HS Math,
Comm., Vocal, Voc. Agrc., Eng.
North Muskegon, Mich. - Elem.,
Home Ec., Jr. HS S., Comm., Latin
French, Eng... ............. ......
Northville, Mich. - Elem., Sp. Corr.,
HS or Elem., Libr., Elem. and Jr. HS
Art,'Jr. HS Sct./Math, Girl's PE; HS
Biol., Comm./Engl., Sci./Math, HS
Couns. (Woman).
Tues., May 8:
Flint, Mich. (Carmen Sch. Dist.) -
Fields not announced yet.
Lake Orion, Mich. - Eem, Elem. Vo-
cal, Sp. Corr., Type A; HS Engl., Engl./
Journ., Phys./Chem., Voc. Home Ec.
St. Joseph, Mich.
Wed-, May 9:
Parchment, Mich. - Elem. HS Guid.,
Type A, Jr. HS Ind. Arts/E/Coach, HS
Vocal Music, 7/8th grade Sci./Coach.
Rochester, Mich - Elem. Vocal,
Elem. PE; Typing, Jr. HS Home Ec.,
Libr., Ind. Arts; HS Bus. Arith., Comm.
Co-op., Home Ec./Art.
Thurs., May 10:
Algonac, Mich. - Elem.; Jr. HS Math/
PE (No coach); French/Engl., Home Ec.,
Type A, Sp. Corr.
Fri., May 11:
Oak Lawn, Ill. - (Hometown Pub.
Schs.) - Elem., Girl's PE, Gen. Se.,
Lang. Arts, SS/Lang. Arts.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 Su-
dent Activities Bldg., 663-1511, Et. 3547.
Summer Placement: 212 SAB.
Bellefaire, Cleveland: Mr. Cohen and
Mr. Merson will interview all day Friday
for people interested in child care serv-
ice. Particularly looking for men inter-
ested in social work. Come to the Sum-
mer Placement Service for applications.
Camp Nahelu: Michigan Coed Camp,
Ward D. Peterson will interview men
for golf, tennis, canoeing positions.
There are still camps looking for
counselors.
Position Openings:
U.S. Civi Service - Educ. Specialist
and Supervisory Educ. Specialist. Mini-
mum of BA and 18 hrs. of educ. courses
plus 2 yrs. exper. in educ. field. Loca-
tions in Washington, D.C. and overseas.
Executive Manpower Corp., N.Y. -
Client firms have openings as follows:
Distribution Mgr.; Agri. Res. Admin.;
Commodity Operation Res. Assoc.; Di-
rector-Information Systems; Dir. of
Commercial .Develop.; Atlantic Missile
Range Mgr. All highly qualified posi-
tions, requiring exper.
Mich. Civil Service - Regulatory
Board Investigator - LLB to make In-
vestigations for securities and debt
mgmt. div., etc. Position in Wayne
County. Apply by May 14.
Jacobson's Stores, Jackson; Mich. -
Personnel Assistant for interviewing
and testing, etc. College bkgd. plus
1-2 yrs. exper in personnel work.
Opinion Research Corp., Princeton,
N.J. - Exper. Men or Women to be
Creative Researchers in behavioral sci-
ences. MA or PhD in social sci. with
emphasis on econ., sociol., social psych.,
bus. ad., indust. psych., or poll, sci. At
least 2 yrs. research exper.
YWCA, Lansing, Mich. - Women for
(1) Assist. Exec. Dir, of YWCA and (2)
Special Programs Dir. Both require MA
in Educ. or Social Work and exper. in
related field.
Kawneer Co., Niles, Mich. - Need ad-
ditional Accountants for Auditing Staff.
BA; Major in Acc't. No exper. necessary.
Must be willing to travel.
Lifson, Wilson, Ferguson & Winick,
Inc., Mgmt. Consultants, Dallas, Texas
-Interested in grad. students who will
receive PhD in Psych., Econ., or In-
dust. Engrg. this yr. Firm does work in
fields of mkt. research, indust. engrg.,
Indust. psych., and general mgmt.
counsel. Will be in Detrot-Ann Arbor
area next week to interview. Please call
Bureau of Appts. for concrete arrange-

ments.
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Am. Soc. for Public Admin., Social
Seminar, refreshments, everyone wel-
come, tMay 3, 8 p.m., Rackham Bldg.,
E. Conf. Rm. Speaker: D. C. Rowat,
Prof. Political Science at Carleton Univ.,
Ottawa, Canada; "American and British
Influences on Canadian Public Admin-
istration."
* * *
Chess Club, meeting, free lessons for
beginners, everyone welcome, May 2,
7:30 p.m., Union, Rm. 3KL.
* * *
Ullr Ski Club, canoe meeting, picnic;
Aspen Slides, May 2, 5:15 p.m., Union
Vestibule.

FOR RENT
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT - Limited
number of efficiency one- and two-
bedroom apts. available in May, June,
July to students and faculty. Apply
at University Family Housing Office,
2364 Bishop St., North Campus. 662-
3167 or 663-1511, Ext. 3569. C20
SUMMER APARTMENT for two. Modern,
furnished. Close to campus. NO 5-0242
after 5. C21
LARGE Modern furnished apt. 2 bdrm.
avail June 15. 721 Forest. 5-5942. C28

LINES
2
3
4

I DAY 3 DAYS
.70 1.95
.85 2.40
1.00 2.85

MODERN Summer Apartment for
Suitable for 4 people. 2 blocks
campus & hospital. NO 3-2104.

rent.
from
C12

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Phone NO 2-4786

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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.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

MAY 233 1
A tDL)LOBBY

71 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, 8a'm. to 4 p.m. C20
SUMMER-3-room apt. Furnished, TV.
for 2 or 3. Liberty and Div., 8-9830.
C16
SUMMER-2-man mod. furnished apt.
Swimming pool. 1500 Pauline, NO
5-0300 after 7 p.m. 017
NEWLY FURNISHED, newly decorated
2-bedroom apartment for 3 girls. Un-
usually nice. One year lease. Available
June 1. NO 3-4435. C15
AIR CONDITIONED - Modern, attrac-
tively furnished apartment for sum-
mer for 4. Close to campus. NO 3-6867.
C0
NEWLY FURNISHED 3-room apartment
for summer. $125 plus electricity. 920
Catherine. NO 5-6242. C1
SUMviER-2-bedroom apartment, fur-
nished. Close to campus, utilities. NO
5-9430. 014
FANTASTIC SUMMER OFFER-2-man
apartment, ultra modern, completely
furnished, TV, disposal, balcony. $90
per month. NO 5-4391 after 7. 12
SUMMER - Modern one-bedroom air-
conditioned apartment. Will sublet
with personal furnishings at unfur-
nished rate. Married couple or girls.
Only $105 month. AA Woods, 665-9603.
C13
BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
Newly furnished and redecorated apts.
for summer or fall. Girls preferred.
NO 3-7268. C18
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. 020
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. C17
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 C16
NEAR CAMPUS
Furnished Two-Family-
3 Students per unit
June 15-June 15 lease.
NO 3-5098 015
SUMMER-Men save money by living
in Fraternity house. $60 for summer.
Call NO 2-7409. 08
SUMMER-Furn'd apt, for 3 or 4 with
parking. Close to campus. Call NO 2-
7409. C7
SUMMER FUND apt. for 3 or 4 with
parking. Close to campus. Call NO 2-
7409. C6
SUMMER SUBLET furnished modern 3-
bedroom, 2 bath apt. for 5 or 6. Air
cond. S. Univ. Call 3-6325 after 5. C7
SUMMER-Modern apt. w/air cond. for
3 or 4. Near campus. $170/mo. NO 5-
0988. C8
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
21%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.
C12
FOR RENT-attractive furn. apt. for
girls or married couples. $95 to $135.
1 yr. lease beginning June or Sept.
NO 3-2800. C10
701 SOUTH FOREST
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. CI?7
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. 06

FOR RENT BUSINESS SERVICES
SUMMER-Ultra-modern two bedroom A FRIEND of mine had a score of 2(
apartment; air conditioned, ideally at the miniature bowling alley at t
located. NO 3-0302. C29 SCHWABEN INN, 215 S. Ashley He
also ate a great big Schwaben-Burg
SUMMR APT, for 2c. Good lcation. er. Meet your friends here for fu
Very reasonably priced. NO 2-1051. 28J2
FULLY AIR CONDITIONED 4-man apt. Herb David GUITAR STUDIO. Instr-
for summer. One block from campus. ments and instruction. Guitars, lute
665-4838. C27 dulcimer, harpsichord, ude, banj
2-MAN APT. FOR SUMMER -Close to etc. Ancient & modern, hand mac
campus. Ideal for hot weather. Call 2 commercialNinstrments. Repa
NO 5-5132. C26 209 S. State. NO 5-8001. , F
SPACIOUS 9-room furnished apt. for HI-Fl, PHONO T, and radio repal
summer. Sunporch, two minutes from Clip th ad for free piup an25d
campus. Ideal for four. Reasonable. livery. Campus Radio and TV, 325
NO270.05 Hoover. NO 5-6644.J2
NO 2-7604. C25
SUBLET: From June 1962 to Sept. 1963. BE Roffica Michigan sring Burr-Pa
Large seven-room house near campus terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Un
and hospitals. NO 8-9060. C24 versity, NO 8-8887.1Jt
6-ROOM HOUSE for 3-6 students. Sum- GUITAR AND BANJO INSTRUCTII
mer (very low rent) or winter. NO Beginner and advanced. Individ-
5-0881 C23 ual and small workshop groups.
SHARP, modem furnished apartment Classical, folk, popular. Cali 63
for summer. Close to campus. Many 694. J20
extras: cool in summer, reduced rent. A-1 New and Used Instruments
662-4219. 019 BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
SUMMER-Apt. for ,3 or 4. air-condi- Rental Purchase plan
tioned, furnished, cheap. 1005 Packard. PAUL'S M SICAL REPAIR
call NO 5-0174. 022 119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL ARFA---4 persons BARGAI N CORNER
furnished apartment on Walnut. NO
3-6357. 05 ATTENTION ROTC
SUMMER APT.-2 bedroom, newly furn. ,OFFICERS' SHOES
fully carpeted, garbage disposal. On Army-Navy Oxfords -. $7.95
campus, near both hospitals. Parking Socks 39c Shorts 69c
facilities. Call 665-0366. C2 Military Supplies
SUMMER--3 bedroom furnished house., SAW S STORE
Large'yard,study, screen porch. NO
3-1102. Cl 122 E. WASHINGTON W
COEDS ONLY!-NeW Bldg. New Danish REAL.ESTATE
Mod. Furniture. Large Panelled livingR E
room, 3 Bdrms. Carpeting throughout. STUDIO-800 sq. ft., Music, Dance, R
Near campus. June-Sept. Call 665- ducing, Ceramic, large assembly roon
7062 btwn. 5:00 and 7:30 P.M. 09 33x15, 4 smaller rooms, over Pretz
3 BEDROOM APT. for summer, 2 blocks Bldin f5 year lease. Call Lansing,
from campus. NO 3-1412. C3 7-9305L
FURNISHED INCOME PROPERTIES for sale, call 1
for complete information on sever
APARTMENTS properties with terms ranging fro
TOO! $1,500 down.
More of everything for everybody at RBOR
Huron Towers . . . we can furnish SSOC I AT ES,
the apartment of your choice at
reasonable additional monthly rates
(rates on request) . . . we bus our REALTORS
tenants to campus, downtown, hos- 1829 W. Stadium at Pauline NO 5-91
pital area in our private "Trans- R
porter" . . . We have large private
grounds with patio, swimming pool CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIE
and sun decks . . . carriage room
for "garaging" strollers. We heat
and air condition your apartment. C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Shops off the lobby which include FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINEE
Marilyn Mark's Hair Stylists, Trojan
Laundry, O'Grady Barbers will serve Stop In now for brake work, engi
most daily needs. But see it all for tune-up, battery and tire check-u
yourself. Model apartments open 9 South University & Forest
to 6 p.m. daily.S
UNFURNISHED $98 to $330. FUR- NO 8-9168
N IS H E D FR O M $133. -_MNT H
NINE- OR TWELVE-MONTH
LEASES WITH PERMISSION TO FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
SUBLET.
HURON TOWERS We service all makes and madels
APARTMENTS of Foreign and Sports Cars.
2200 Fuller Road Lubrication $1.50
Normandy 3-0800. 5-9161
C24
HELP WANTED Nye Motor Sales
WANTED-FEMALE HELP 514 E. Washington
REGISTERED NURSE wanted for 82
boys' summer camp in Northern
Michigan. Ideal working conditions,
June 16-Aug. 18. Write or call Kenneth FOR SALE
W. Smith, Camp Charlevoix, 1922
Beaufait Road, Grosse Pointe 36, Mich. ONE ACRE, desirable country home sit
Telephone Tuxedo 1-0286. H4 Textile Road. Fertile, well-draine
Strawberry patch. Many trees inclu
SECRETARY ing apricots in bloom. NO 5-711
FOR RESEARCH LIBRARY owner. Easy terms. B:
Competent, experienced girl, needed -
to work with administrative head of SALE of original paintings, drawin
libraries. Good typing and shorthand prints. Very low prices. NO 8-9060. B
skills essential. Excellent salary and BLOCK ODERS bein toda for Ol
benefits. Ideal working conditions. ForBLC ERS bg tda for G
further information, telephone NO Club Concerts May 11-12. Any grut
3-7585, Ext. 281. Parke, Davis & Co. of ten. B
2800 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. FOR SALE - 2 bdrm. mobile orn
H3 Fence, awning; excellent cond. On
WANTED $1500. Call GE 8-8221. B
FEMALE VOCALIST MIMEOGRAPH machine, factory reco
Pay-$200 per weekdiind$4,ClHU356. B
Pepertoire-Blues, Gay 20's, Rock ditioned. $40. Call HU 3-5561. B
& Roll. Auditions-May 5-Eastern CORRECTION-For Sale by Owner: b
Michigan Univ. Buell Hall at 1 P.M. Ing transferred June 1st. $17,500 ran
Joe Worzniak, manager of ELEC- for $16,000. Delightful three bedroo
TRAS, 213 Buell. H2 1U baths with colored fixtures, cot
STUDENTS-For outside work, fall or plete kitchen built in including was
SattD eTSorat ouactid o rkefapl er and dryer. Patio with fenced ya
arttpers 224 Sovacation time, app attached garage, low low down pa
ment. HU 3-5580. B
SENIORS or Grad. students (male) to -
participate as pd. subjects in thesus NATIONAL Mobile Home, 1957, 35ft b
Must have background in any of fol- 8 ft., $1500. Call 3-7236 or 2-4770. B
lowing: math, engr., psych., or Bus.
Ad. Call NO 2-0918 after 6 p.m. H15
MUSICAL MDSE, WANT ADS
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FOR SALE-Full set of Leedy and Lud-
wig drums. A good buy at $95. Call
Jim Harrison, HU 2-3683 between 9-10

X a.m. any day.1 . M

.rt..for your
Cycling comfort . .
GUARANTEED 2-DAY
REPIR SERVICE
B &
BEAVER'S BIKE & HARDWARE

605 Church St

NO 5-6607

STUDENT OWNED AND OPERATED

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Opens Tuesday, April 25- (loses Friday, May 4
EARLY REGISTRATION PASS COMMITTEE: Active during registration week . .. hears requests
from students working, in athletics, in campus organizations, and others for out of order
registration. Two one-year terms are open.
HUMAN RELATIONS BOARD: Considers cases and areas involving discrimination against
students . . . and works in a positive manner to encourage better human relations in the Uni-
versity and Ann Arbor communities. Five one-year terms open.
CINEMA GUILD: Is the board which chooses movies shown at Cinema Guild and receives
petitions from student organizations who wish to sponsor the showings. Members of the board
are guests of the sponsoring organization at any movie. Two one-year terms open.
STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE MANAGER: Receives $100.00 per semester for running the
Student Book Exchange in the Student Activities Building. Has two assistant managers and
staff. One-semester term.
STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE ASSISTANT MANAGERS: Assist in operation of Student Book
Exchange . . . receives $50. compensation per semester. Two one-semester terms open.
ELECTIONS DIRECTOR: Runs the campus elections in November including petitioning, polls,
open houses, publicity, and Count Night .. . One-semester term.
STUDENT RELATIONS BOARD: Acquaints student body with the activities of the Develop-
ment Council and the University's alumni program. Develops programs and activities on
campus designed to arouse student interest and later participation in the University's alumni
program. One two-year term is open.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMMITTEE: Aids and advises existing programs and develops

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