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SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1962

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HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE:
Professors View Ruling
On Aid Bill for Colleges

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By MYRNA ALPERT

The decision of the House Rules
Committee to permit Senate-
House conferees to try to arrive at
a compromise college-aid bill is a
good thing for higher education,
but the inclusion of scholarships
would have been preferable, ac-
cording to Professors Claude A.
Eggertsen of the education school,
and Eugene Feingold and George
A. Peek, of the political science de-
partment.
The Rules Committee approved
this move with the stipulation
that the Senate provision of $925
Million for scholarships for talent-
ed and needy students be discard-
ed. The House version provides
only for grants and loans for con-
struction.
The Senate bill, closely follow-
ing President John F. Kennedy's
recommendations also would have
made available $1,750 million for
construction over five years. A
compromise version might have to
be restricted to limited grants and
loans only for construction of sci-
ence, mathematics and language
facilities to appease senators op-
posed to aiding religious affiliated
colleges.
Senate Version
Prof. Feingold said that the
Senate's version would have been
preferable, because scholarships
are better than loans or grants,
however, the compromise is bet-
ter than nothing.
"Rep. Howard W. Smith (D-
Va.), Rules Committee chairman,
is an astute, able conservative,
and this compromise seems to be
the best we can get considering
the political viewpoint of the com-
mittee," Prof. Peek said.
However, he feels scholarships
should be made available so that
all people with the ability to learn
college material should not have
to forego an education because
they.lack the financial resources.
"Loans are not very good, grants.
are helpful, but scholarships are

GEORGE PEEK
. .. aid bill

the best," Prof. Eggertsen de-
clared. He said that, since it is
hard to get money to repay loans,
they are usually used for self li-
quidating projects, such as dormi-
tories or student activity build-
ings, while the university may be
in need of classroom or laboratory
facilities which do not pay for
themselves.
Prof. Feingold feels the reason
why the House is opposed to of-
fering scholarships is that they
don't want the federal government
to interfere with the school's
autonomy. They may ;also fear
that students won't work as hard
if they think they are getting
something for nothing.
However, Professors Eggertsen
and Peek, in discussing their ex-
periences with the National De-
fense Education act and the GI
Bill, both agreed the recipients of
government scholarships are left
to do as they please in pursuing
their education when using that
money.

Center Gets
New Grant
For Study
The Survey Research Center has
received a $50,000 grant from the
Area Redevelopment Administra-
tion to study factors which pro-
mote or impede worker mobility,
Senators Philip A. Hart and Pa-
trick McNamara (D-Mich) an-
nounced in Washington Wednes-
day.
Describing the project, co-spon-
sored by the Health, Education,
and Welfare and Labor Depart-
ments, the senators said the sur-
vey would cover such factors and
education, job training, and home
ties.
Prof. John Lansing of the Sur-
vey Research Center, who with
Prof. Eva Mueller will direct the
two to three year study, explained
that the survey will view the basic
adjustment problems of moving
workers.
He said that the study will ex-
amine the costs of moving, the rea-
sons why some workers refuse to
move and other factors involved
in worker mobility.
"The moving of workers is a
complicated process. If the labor
market adjusts instantly there
would be no areas of chronic un-
employment or low wages," Prof.
Lansing explained.
The Survey Research Center will
interview people in areas specified
by the Area Redevelbpment Agen-
cy for "development" and in areas
to which workers have recently
moved as part of this study, he
said.
To Sponsor
Public Display
Engineer's weekend, the annual
open house of the engineering
school, will be held today and to-
morrow, with an extensive array
of exhibits and displays to show
the latest advances in scientific
and industrial research.
Open from noon to 5 p.m. today
and 1 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, the fa-
cilities available for tours and vis-
its include the nuclear reactor,
supersonic wind tunnels, fluids and
automotive engineering laborator-
ies on North Campus, the 360-foot
naval tank and the Computing
Center on Central Campus.
In addition to the projects by
University students, several dis-
plays will be provided by the gov-
ernment, among which will be a
space capsule identical to that used
by Col. John Glenn in his orbital.
flight.

BIKES and SCOOTERS
ALMOST NEW ENGLISH BIKE-Call
Howie, 3-4738, 6-7 p.m. Z15
1959 N.S.U. Prima scooter in excellent
condition. Maroon finish and chrome
like new-will deliver. $185. Randy
Horning, 512 First St., Jackson, Mich.
ST 4-9928. Z14
SCOOTER: 1958, Parilla, excellent run-
ning cond. Windshield & tois. $200.
Cali after 4:00 p.m. weekdays or Sat.
& Sun. all day. Z5
1961 ALL-STATE SCOOTER low mileage,
excellent running and physical cond.
all accessories, $215. Call NO 3-9293
and day between 5 and 7. Z9

1961 250 cc BSA motor cycle. Phone MERRILL, Everyone is whispering about
NO 2-6769. Z10y. O "A Fair in the Garden." J.C.C. F26

MOTOR SCOOTER FOR SALE. 8 H.P.
Cushman, excellent running condi-
tion, call 409 Chicago West Quad. Z12
1960 B.S.A. MOTORCYCLE, 250 cc., 4-
speed, excellent condition. Call room
321, Chicago House, NO 2-4401. Z13
Plan on spending part of the week-
end in the Arb? You realize that
with your luck it is bouna to rain
Stay dry, get home fast on a Bike
from
BEAVER'S BIKE
605 Church NO 5-6607
Z9
LOST AND FOUND
CALOBAR prescription sun glasses in
case. Reward, NO 3-1412. A15
FOUND-Student's horn-rimmed glasses
at Michigan European Car. A10
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch with
black cord band Tues., April 17 on
campus between Univer. Museums
Building and Angell Hall. A
LOST watch in Arb. last Sunday after
playing football. Gold Benrus. Reward.
NO 3-8212.'Don Akira. A16
LOST-Two rolls magnetic tape. Reward.
Call NO 3-7494 or NO 2-7252. A19
FOUND IN ARB-Men's old watch. Call
962 Jordan Hall. A17
LOST-Ladies black prescription glasses;
vicinity of S. Division and Main. Call
NO 3-9631 or Univ. Ext. 2157. A18
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Male assistant familiar with
statistical reduction of psych or social
research data. Call 662-0918 after 6. H9
HELPsWANTED-Waiting in Fraternity
House, Call 663-4187. H10
SECRETARY
FOR RESEARCH LIBRARY
Competent, experienced girl, needed
to work with administrative head of
libraries. Good typing and shorthand
skills essential. Excellent salary and
benefits. Ideal working conditions. For
further information, telephone NO
3-7585, Ext. 281. Parke, Davis & Co.,
2800 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich.
H3
SAILING AND TENNIS COUNSELOR
positions available in well established
private camp for boys. Call NO 2-4017.
H5
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
TRANSPORTATION

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

FOR SALE-Voice of Music Phonograph,
andeieryk HA 9-9e216cient. Pick F automatic changer, like new, $30.
aHCall NO 8-8884. B36

THE PHILIP-MORRIS package saving
contest reported to have ended April
30 is ending May 15. F16
BETH ISRAEL Sunday School is inter-
viewing teachers for the 62-63 school
yearrWrite full qualifications and
experience to Rabbi Julius Weinberg,
Beth Israel Sunday School, 1429 Hill
St. F12
DIAMONDS WHOLESALE-Save $100 to
$500. Robert Haack Diamond Import-
ers, First National Bldg., Suite 504,
by appointment only. NO 3-0653. F21
SEE THE DANCE. It is formal. It is
well lit. It is well chaperoned. It
is a front. F21
SEE THE GIRL. She is your friend. She
is going to the dance. She does not
have a dress. See your dress. F20
$1 TICKET to "The Country Girl" for
June 14 matinee. Reg price $1.65.
Write Daily Classified. F22
Happy Birthday Lippy.
F23
BUSINESS SERVICES
SCHWABEN INN-The place where the
cool crowd congregates to indulge in
witty conversation, good food and
beer. 215 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor. J26
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 TQ, 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. JiI
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
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES

DANISH MODERN furniture, perfect for
your apartment next fall. Call after 4
p.m., NO 3-7988. B34
WEDDING GOWN - French taffeta,
chapel train, size 10. Call 665-0211
after 5. B33I
21" ADM. console TV, $75, like new.
5-8390. B32
1958 RENAULT DAUPHINE. Black, radio,
heater, new tires and rocker panels;
low mileage, $395. NO 2-7533. B29:
SENIORS AND FINISHING GRADS-
LASTUCHANCE AT SPECIAL
STUDENT RATES

PERSONAL
WANTED-Responsible driver to drive
car to Houston, Tex. June or July. NO
3-2768. F29
J.C.C.-I don't care. I'll meet you in
the A&D courtyard at 9:30 tonight
anyway, Merrill F30
D. ROSE-B.Y.O. Cigarettes. F28
THE BLAZERS have struck again. Con-
gratulations to me and all the other
pledges! F25
JOAN, Wear your bikini to the A&D
yard party. R.L.B. F27

MICHIGAN DAILY {
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3.45
3 .85 2.40 4.20
4 1.00 2.85 4.95
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. doily
Phone NO 2-4786
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1957 MOBILE HOME 45x8,
2 bedroom. Excellent Condition. GE
7-9216. B35

Magazine
Time
Life
Sports Ilustrated
Newsweek
Saturday Review
Sat. Evening Post
Ladies Home Journal
Arch. Forum
Scientific American
Holiday
Fortune
Playboy
Esquire
New Yorker
Atlantic
Look, 40 issues $4.00,

Year 2-Yr.
$4.00 $7.50
4.00 7.00
4.00 7.50
3.50 7.00
4.00 7.00
4.00
2.50
3.28
6.00
3.60
7.50
5.00
4.00
(8 mos.) 3.00
(8 mos.) 3.00
50 issues $5.0)

Pet n Open for
League Summer Session
Committee
Obtain petitions
from Undergraduate Office
beginning May 7
INTERVIEWS BEGIN MAY 14

Graduating High School Seniors are
also eligible for these and other
money-saving rates. Call 662-3061tor
write Student Periodical Agency, Box
1161, Ann Arbor. B?
1954 GREAT LAKES Mobile Home, 31x8.
Excellent condition. Student owned.
$1495. Call after 5:30. 2-9396. 3423 Car-
penter Road. B26
SKYLINE MOBILE HOME-48x8 ft.
Front kitchen with large pink re-
frigerator, range and double sink.
Carpeted living room with new fur-
niture, two bedrooms. HU 3-5386 after
6 p.m. B31
USED CARS
ANTIQUE-1930 Model "A" ?-ton Pick-
up--original. Runs and looks good.
$525 cash. N.W. corner Sterns and
Monroe Roads, Lambertville, Mich.
N13
MUST SELL 1 OF 2-'57 Chevy 6, $550;
'57 MGA, $950. NO 3-7966. Nil
'55 OLDS 88-Radio, heater, $325. Must
sell. HI 9-2258 after 6. N10
TRIUMPH, Royal Imperial blue, Tr-2.
Excellent condition, rebuilt engine,
new tires, $895 or best offer. Call NO
3-4145, Ext. E-32. N7
1959 SIMCA 4-dr. sedan. Good condition.
$450. Call NO 3-4747. N2
1960 OPEL, radio, new exhaust, $900.
663-7816, 712 Oakland. N14
FOR SALE-1959 Volvo 544.4 sp. Black,
clean, Michelin-X tires; Abarth
exhaust. GE 7-5311. N-12
1957 PONTIAC for sale. Best offer over
$350. NO 5-9327. N15

BARGAIN CORNER
SUMMER
HI-FI SALE
largest inventory of hi-fi
components being drasti-
cally reduced for summer.
HI-FI STUDIO
1319 S. Univ, near Washtenaw
NO 8-7942
W8
ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords - $7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69
Military Supplies
SAM'S STORE
122 E. WASHINGTON W6
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
CLARINET-Edette and Schaeffer, $75.
Phone 3-3934. X1
44 WATT BELL STEREO AMP., AM-FM
tuner In perfect condition. List price
$350. My price $199 with full guaran
tee. NO 5-7929 after 7 P.M. Xle
LARGE RECORD COLLECTION at $1.98
to $2.98. Classical, mono, stereo, out
of press items. Perfect copy guaran-
teed. NO 5-7929 after 7 p.m. X9
FOR RENT
FOREST AVE. - Furnished 2-bedroom
apartment, TV. Available for summer.
Good price. NO 5-0942. 09
THREE ROOM FURNISHED, Summer.
910 S. Forest.5-8331. C10
TO RENT-i-, 2-, or 3-room furnished
apt, for summer or fall. Furnish heat,
water, private parking. Use of auto-
matic waser and dryer with motors.
Call NO 5-4767, 1021 E. Huron. Cl
SUMMER-4-bedroom, furnished house
for 5 or 6; garage, 3 blocks from cam-
pus. $170 a month. Call 3-4145, Ext.
G33 or 044. C2
SUMMER-Best three-man deal on cam-
pus 2 blocks from Angall Hall. Call
NO 8-8884. G3
SUMMER RENTAL-Spacious four-room
furnished apartment for two on cam-
pus. $75 complete. Call NO 5-0585. C18
FOR RENT-Furnished house in Detroit.
2 bedrooms. $100 per mo. Forest 66622.
C4
NEWLY FURNISHED apartmentin cam-
pus hospital area for summer or year.
Three rooms and bath, $130 per mo.
Incl. utilities. 920 Catherine. Call NO
5-6242 before 6 p.m. C5
4-MAN DUPLEX, furnishaed or unfur-
nished. Campus location. Full base-
ment with recreation room, garage,
and yard. $100 a monith. Phone 39064
after 1 p.m. 06
JUNE 15-SEPT. 1-Huge 4-man apt., 5
rooms, 2 bedrooms. $135 a month. Call
665-4327. 8
SUMMER APT. for 2 or 3, on campus
Cheap. NO 5-0333. 012
FOR SUMMER SUBLET: Mod, furn.,
2 bedrm., 4-man apt. No. 1 Ob-
servatory Apts. 662-7904. C48
SUMMER-Redecorated apt. for three.
1005 Packard. $145/mo. includes gar-
age. Call NO 2-9181. 05
ON CAMPUS. Now taking applications
for summer and fall furnished apart-
ments and parking. Call NO 2-1443,
012
701 SOUTH FOREST
FURNISHED single rooms for men
available June 15 for summer' only.
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
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, 1;U 3-
1253. C
SUBLET: From June 1962 to Sept. 1963.
Large seven-room house near campus
and hospitals. NO 8-9060. C24
MODERN AIR CONDITIONED for Sum-
mer. Downstairs, 4-room apartment.
Carport. Four male students, Upstairs
3-room apt. 3 male students. Call NO
2-3036 after 5 p.m. C42
MODERN Summer Apartment for rent.
Suitable for 4 people. 2 blocks from
campus & hospital. NO 3-2104. C12

BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
Newly furnished and redecorated apts.
for summer or fall. Girls preferred.
NO 3-7268. C18
SUMMER: Luxury apt. Beautiful furni-
ture. New building near campus re-
duced for summer girls only. Call
NO 5-7062 between 5 and 7. C46
ONE BEDROOM APT. in modern apt.
house. Sublet after June 16. Air-
conditioned,) unfurnished, call 665-
0594. C45
MODERN TWO MAN APT. furnished
to sublet for summer, less than
2 mile from campus. NO 5-6870. C47
SUMMER, two bedroom apt. furnished.
Reasonable, Utilities. NO 5-9430. C49
APT. FOR RENT on Hill St. Fall. All
furnished and utilities paid. 1 apt.
for 3 boys. Call NO 8-9538 or 2-5312.
C53
SUMMER RENTAL-Clean, newly, furn-
ished 4 room apt. for 3 near campus.
Call NO 5-6306 evenings. C52
IDEAL FOR SUMMER-Cool, roomy
house for four or five men or women.
Six rooms, three bedrooms, close to
campus. Very reasonable. 663-5183.
C51

FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR SUMMER OR FAL-Two
blocks from campus, one block from
eating places. Cross ventilation in each
room. No cooking. Reasonable rates.
Phone 3-4685. C7
SUMMER OR FALL-3 single furnished
rooms for gentleman, kitchen and
bath. Good campus location. 8-8192
(workdays aft. 5:30) C55
SUMMER: 6 room furnished apt. for 4
boys or girls. Call 8-8192 (workdays
aft. 5:30) C54
JUNE 10-AUG. 20-Modern-furnished
for1or 2.TV-Sundeck, $200 for
summer. 3-7024. C5
MODERN 4-MAN APT. available for
summer. Central air conditioning,
Two bedrooms, near campus. Reason-
able rent. Call 5-7183. C41
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
Fn' 3 or 4 persons. On Walnut.
NO 3-6357. 047
ARBOR FOREST APARTMENTS, 721
Forest. Large, furnished, two-bed-
rooms. June 15-September 15 or
longer. 665-5942. 041
TWO GIRLS WANTED TO SHARE APT.
One-permanently or period starting
June-Aug. and one period starting
June through Aug. Newly refurnished
and close to both hosp. and campus.
Call NO 5-5364. 048
$55 PER MONTH-1% blocks from cam-
pus. 1 bedroom, apt.-garage and base-
ment. Complete frn. to be bought.
Married couple preferred. NO 37987.
049
APARTMENT TO SUBLET for summer.
Good location and in good condition.
510 Lawrence,-apartment No. 5. Call
665-0116. 042
SUMMER - Furnished apartment, two
rooms and kitchenette. very modern
and beautiful neighborhood. Trans- '
portation needed. $80 per month. At
sacrifice. 665-7524 after 8 p.m. C43
ONE OR TWO GIRLS to share furnished
house. Reasonable rent. Two blocks
from hospital and campus. Piano.
3-5381. 046
Summer-SWIMMrNG POOL. Two-man,
modern furnished apt. 1500 Pauline.
Call NO 5-0300 after 7. 044
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern, four-man
apartment. Two bedrooms. Completely
furnished. Two blocks from campus.
662-2891. C45
SUMMER-Furnished apartment for 3.
$100 month including parking. Near
Union. 536 Thompson,, Call NO 5-8242.
C24
TOWN HOUSE HOTEL, Ann Street and
Fifth Avenue. Clean, quiet rooms:
single $2.50, double $5.00. Weekly rates
$12.00 to $18.00. Call NO 24876. C23
FURNISHED, MODERN, one bedroom
apartment. Off-street parking. Arbor-
dale Manor, $125 month. Call NO
3-8382. Available May 19. C22
SUMMER-Large three-bedroom apart-
ment, furnished, three blocks from
campus. $125. Call 3-1561, Ext. 605. 021
SUMMER SUBLET - Two steps from
South Quad. Two-man furnished 3-
room apt., all utilities. Call Richard,
5-9670. 017
APARTMENTS FOR RENT on Hill St.,
Summer. All furnished and utilities
paid. 1 apt. for 3 persons, 1 apt. for
4 persons, 1 apt. for 2 persons. Call
NO 8-9538 or 2-3512. 07
SUMMER APT. New building. 2-bedroom
newly furnished, fully carpeted. Gar-
bage disposal and air conditioning
facilities. On campus near both hos-
pitals. Parking. 665-0366. 048
CONVENIENT, roomy apartment for
summer for 3. Four rooms, kitchen,
outdoor Bar B Q, sleeping porch, sun-
deck. Fully furnished. Reasonable.
5-0980 or come to 837 E. Univ. C48
NEW APARTMENTS
Now renting for June 10 occupancy
2- and 3-bedroom furnished apts. at
1000 Dakland. Paneled living room,
carpeted throughout, modern furni-
ture from $200. Call Don Chisholm,
NO 5-9114.
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-,;
3169 or 663-1511, Ext. 3569. 020
SUBLETTING FOR SUMMER: hand-
some 5 rm. apt., near campus, ideal
for group or family. Reasonable.
665-0191. 013
TO RENT FOR THE SUMMER. New
furnished 2 bedroom, air cond. apt.
Beautiful location, cheap. Call NO
3-8839 after 7. C1
ROOMMATE for the summer. Male
senior of graduate. Modern, semi-
furnished, swimming pool. Call NO
5-0558 after 6. p18

CAMPUS AREA-Thre rooms, clean.
cool apartment. Utilities included,
laundry facilities. Summer school
only. NO 5-9449. C38
FOR SUMMER RENT-One of the 30
best 3-man apartments in the city.
Just 2 blocks from campus. Call NO
3-7819. C37
HILL AND STATE, 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Modern, furnished apt. for 1 or
two persons. Available June 15. Call
663-6567 between 5:30 and 7:30. 034
SUMMER APT. for 2. Modern, furnished
close to campus. NO 5-0242 after 5. C32
SUMMER-Brand new 3-bedroom fur-
nished apartment at 1000 Oakland.
For 4 or'5. Call NO 3-7541, Exts. 403,
637 or 740. C31
AVAILABLE JULY 1 after two-year oc-
cupancy, four unfurnished rooms,
light and pleasant, first floor private
bath, off-street parking, antenna. NO
2-4346. C29
CAMPUS AREA-Four rooms newly dec-
orated, beautiful utilities included,
laundry facilities. Summer school
only. NO 5-9449. C28
AIR CONDITIONED apartment for sum-
mer rental for 4. Dishwasher and dis-
posal, very modern, 2 blocks from
Diag. Call NO 3-1783. C27
SUMMER-Must rent, Modern 3-man
apartment. $105, month. 1309 S. U. NO
5-0122. 026
SUMMER--Two men' needed for large
4-room apt. near campus. Reasonable
rent includes washing facilities. Ph.
NO 5-0567. C25

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MICHIGAN
European Car Corp.
Main at Packard, NO 3-4213
CONVERTI BLES
'52 2 MIG-TD-Real clean little
car, runs fine ........... $795
1959 VW CONVERTIBLE -
Ivory, Blaupunkt radio. Good
tires ....................$1,295
1959 VW CONVERTIBLE -
Black. Very good. White-wall
tires. Radio ............$1,295
'59 TR3 - Heater, white-wall
tires, ivory finish.......$1,495
'60 AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE
- Cream color. A nice clean
little car ...... .......$1,395
1954 JAG XK-120M - British
green. Radio, white - wall
tires ............. .....$1,495
1956 190 SL MERCEDES BENZ
-Convertible, new paint, a
beautiful car.........$1,995
1960 AUSTIN HEALEY - Like
new, overdrive, heater, radio,
wire wheels..........$2,295
SEDANS
VOLVO-1959 - Radio, four-
speed transmission, red with
white sidewalls .........$1,195
1958 JAGUAR, XK150 - Coupe,
blue, radio .............$1,995
N16

WANTED TO RENT
TWO STUDENTS desire an apartment
for fall, '62, to June, '63. Must be near
campus. Call NO 3-7541, Ext. 271 or
276. L17
TWO DISCRIMIIATING GENTLEMEN
looking for a large apartment for the
fall. Contact: M. Roberts 250 Hinsdale
E.Q. NO 2-4591 L19

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