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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ZBT's Move to Norti

Campus
The Zeta Beta Tau's have mov-
ed into their new fraternity house,
the first one to be, constructed on
North Campus.
Fifty-one men live in the new
house with 2-man suite style ac-
commodations. The two - story
building located on the corner of
Broadway and 'Hubbard has over
1,800 square feet of floor space.
It includes a dining room seating
90 people, a living room, a card
room, as well as a music room.-
The house designed by archi-
tect Paul Moffett is the first to
occupy the seven acre tract 'over-
looking the Huron River set aside
for fraternity and sorority house
construction. "The house was built
at a cost in excess of $300,000,''
ZBT President Art Rosenbaum,
'62, said yesterday.
The University and the city of
Ann Arbor have promised direct
bus transportation to campus.
"The new house is really not much
further away than our old one.
It's just a bit more secluded,"
Rosenbaum added.
The ZBT's are making special
provisions for rush. They plan to
have pick-up stations at the Quad-
rangles and other points around
campus.
ZBT is still in the process of
selling its old chapter house, con-
structed in 1912. The old house
is in an area that has been re-
zoned into single family dwellings.
Under the present zoning laws
the property could not be used
for a fraternity house.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds{

Files, Lists,
Aid Students
With Studies
The Student Services Commit-
tee of the Women's League is
aimed at aiding students within
the academic sphere of the Uni-
versity, Bea Nemlaha, '62, presi-
dent of the Women's League, said.
The committee, headed by Deb-
bie Davidson, '63, maintains aids
for all students including typing
and tutorial files.
In these files, lists are kept of
people who are willing to tutor
other students in almost every
subject. Lists are also kept of
those students willing to type
term papers, essays and other as-
signments. A small fee is charged
for both of these services.
Plans this year include the ex-
pansion of a now existent travel
file. This is a list of travel pro-
grams in Europe, including all of
the National Student Association
tours.r
The committee also hopes to
expand their file of scholarships,
loans and grants so that students
Crowden Dies
Of Coronary
Prof. Emeritus Roy W. Cowden
died Tuesday at St. Joseph Mer-
cy Hospital of a heart attack.
Prof. Cowden served in the Eng-
lish department for 43 years un-
til his retirement-in 1952. He was,
director of the Hopwood Awards
Program in Creative Writing, a
position he held from 1934 until
he retired.

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.

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FOR SALE
"ARA DISE"
22 Acres of secluded land, new fence, 700 feet Huron River
Frontage.
1300 feet U.S. 23 Highway frontage.
Spring fed private lake stocked with several species of fish.
Six spring fed ponds stocked with giant frogs, observation trails,
grape arbor, compost vegetable garden, towering trees, squir-
rels, rabbits.
Young wild mallard ducks and pheasants just released, see them
here.
Boating, fishing, swimming and hunting. A secluded private
paradise.
Beautiful spot for crystal clear, sandy bottom natural spring fed
swimming pool.
MAIN RESIDENCE.
50' x 24'--4 Bedrooms, 2 complete .baths, 14' x 24' garage,
16' x 24' Tropical garden and aquarium, heated.
Underground food storage, well and pump station.
16' x 26' conservation shelter and repair shop.
20 acres, more or less. $23,800.00.
CUSTODIAN RESIDENCE'
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, oil fired hot air furnace heat.
Kitchen with built-in electric oven and range, cabinets, etc.
Dining area and family room--walk-out basement. x
Utility room with tubs, washer and dryer.
Newly furnished-complete..
2, acres more or less, $9,700.00.
This property has extra country home building sites.
Lake can be made larger by dredging a small channel and closing
dam.
LAND AND TWO HOMES
Total property . . . $33,500.00
TERMS
Located21/2 miles south of Grand River-
U.S. 23 Interchange
8386 U.S. 23 Highway-Service Road
14 Miles North of Ann Arbor
OWNER LEAVING STATE
W. JACK BATES (owner)/ AC 9-6130_Brighton, Mich.

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tasty food..thrifty prices
2000 W. Stadium Blvd.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: When
you stole my bicycle last week you
left your, fingerprints behind. They
are being progessed by the FBI. If
you want to escape you may return
the bike. -F8
DEAR JEAN, I think that I saw you on.
campus yesterday, if you read this
please get in contact with me I love
you. Andy. F17
ENSIAN organizational meetings.
Thurs., Sept. 21-4:15, Fri.-Sept. 22
at 3:15. F16
LOOKING FOR A gooi place to eat?
Come to the NELSON INTERNATION-
AL HOUSE for good food and good
company, homey atmosphere Mrs
Griffee, NO 5-5703. F22
SPENCE -- How 'bout some swordfish.
An admirer. F21
VOICE LESSONS, European trained So-
prano, teaches classical Music, in-
struction in French, Italian, and Ger-
man pronunciation. Call NO 3-2975.
F20
PRESBYTERIAN
CAMPUS CENTER
SUNDAY SERVICES
9:00 Dr. Henry Kuizenga.
11:50 Rev. Jack Borckerdt
OTHER PROGRAMS FOR STDAY
9:30 a seminar "Scrutinizing the Chris-
tain Faith" at the Guild House, 802
Monroe St. Conducted by Pat Pickett.
10:30 a.m. Bible Study of "Revelations."
Presbyterian Campus Center at 1432
Washtenaw Ave. Jack Borckerdt.
11:30 Coffee hour at Presbyterian Cam-
pus Center.-
6:30 p.m. "Quest & question." Jack
Borckerdt, Campus Center.
TUESDAY PROGRAM
Luncheon from 12 to 1, Guild House.
"Topics of Ult'imate Concern."
Evening 9 to 11 "Tea and TEAology."
217 South Observatory with Pat Pick-
ett.
FRIDAY PROGRAM
Luncheon 12 to 1. Guild House. "Topics
of Immediate Concern."
P19
EVERYONE who is ANYTHING
will be at the
MUSKET MASS MEETING
Union Ballroom
SUNDAY 7:30 SEPT. 24
F12
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share
4-room apt. at 320 E. Washington. NO
8-7856. F11
1ST INTERNATIONAL TEA, 4:30 Thurs.
afternoon International Ctr. Loung.e
Flo
Are you a singer, dancer, artist,
or generally good company, then
the place for you is at the
MUSKET MASS MEETING
UNION BALLROOM
SUNDAY 7:30 SEPT. 24
F13
When the professor gets you down,
retreat to the calm, frendly recesses
of The Student Publications Bldg.
Join the Michigan Daily"
Business Staff
ORGANIZATIONAL
MEETINGS
Wednesday, Sept. 20 - 4:15 P.M.
Thursday, Sept. 21 - 7:15 P.M.
At the Student Publications Building
420 Maynard Street
(Behind the SAB Bldg.)
P14
WANTED-1 girl to share apt., sepa-
rate bedrooms, 335 Catherine. 5-0356.
DIXI-LAND DRUMMER wanted, please
contact Tom Lough. Phone Univ. Ext.
421 W. Days. NO 3-0807 Evenings. F8
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BABYSITTING Mother experienced in
child care would like to sit for
another child on weekly basis NO
3-6964. HH
BOYS, did you know that one out of
3 times that an engagement ring was
slipped on a finger last year, it was
slipped on a man's finger by a girl.
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for the Camera Fani
SMALL JAPANESE CAMERA, 16 mm,
pocket size, builtin exposure meter,
two months old, $69.50 value, now
sacrificed for $39.50. NO 3-7560. D-1
'59 VESPA, 150, in sharp condition. Call
Mike Gillingham at NO 5-9956. Z8
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
It is fall change over time. Time to
check your cooling system and put in
ATLAS PERMA-GUARD anti-freeze.
South University & Forest
NO 8-9168
S2

STUDENT to share bachelor apt. across
from Engine Arch. Call 8-6140 days.
C29
GRADUATE STUDENT wanted to share
apt. 8 min. walk from campus, park-
ing. Cost $55 plus utilities. Williams'
basement, 539 S. Fifth Ave. C17
FURNISHED HOME
FOR 4 STUDENTS
2 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS
$165/Mo. Plus Utilities
PHONE NOrmandy 3-5098 EVES.
C20
GRADUATE MALE STUDENTS, 2 open-
ings. 1 room with n2-bath in the
southeast setion, 923 Olivia, NO
2-1465. C21
SEE.
for yourself how you get more
apartment for the money at
Huron Towers.
MODELS OPEN
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily
and Sunday
SCHEDULE OF RENTALS
Studio.............$ 98 to 126
1-Bedroom .......... 120 to 180
2-Bedroom .......... 225 to 270
3-Bedroom..........270 to 330
(Rentals include heat, water,
Frigidaire range and refrigera-
tor, swimming pool.)
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
HURON TOWERS
APARTMENTS
2200 Fuller Road
NOrmandy 3-0800, 5-9161
C9
7 room house for rent. Phone 3-3101
between 4-5:30 p.m. or see us at 323
John. C22
GARAGES and PARKING FOR RENT.
1 & 2 blocks fro mcampus. Call' NO
3-7268. C23
PEACH'S TRAILER COURT. Year round
living on Silver Lake by South Lyon.
17 minutes to campus. Lake privi-
leges Call GE 7-9174 or GE 7-9216.
C15
CAMPUS LOCATION, 1311 Wilmont,
double room for rent, to see call NO
2-2556 or Even. NO 3-2763. C24
FOR A GIRL student or teacher at
the home of a faculty woman, rio
other roomer. Kitchen privileges for
breakfast. NO 8-7953. 06
GRADUATE STUDENTS, 2 rooms, 1
large with 2 beds, 1 single room, NO
8-7697. EE4
CLOSE TO CAMPUS. Furnished double
rooms. See Ted Hartz. 913 E. Huron.
NO 5-4503 or NO 8-9379. EEl
QUIET LARGE ROOM. For graduate or
businessman near north campus.
5643 Geddes Rd. HU 2-4959. EE2
THREE , ROOM completely furnished
apartment $65/month, Whitmore Lake
HI 9-2282. C4
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment with
fireplace in Saline. Girls or couple
preferred-no objection to child $85/
month. Call Mrs. Brbckney days NO
3-9373, nights HA' 9-9879. 03

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NEED RIDERS to Portland, Ore. Leav-
ing Sat. A.M., be back Sunday, P.M.
Write Daily, box No. 1. L2
I WANT to rent a % room apt, with
bathtub, complete kitchen, study
area, dance floor, TV, bar, dbl bed
and basketball court. Call Scott. Li
ROOM AND/OR BOARD-Enjoy whole-
some meals of professional fraternity.
NO 2-8312, 1319 Cambridge. G6
JEWELRY MAKERS-I need a particu-
lar piece of metal jewelry made. Call
NO 3-8479 evenings, except. Wed. 014
THE MOST ILLUSTRIOUS JOB EVER.
Deliver the Michigan DAILY. NO 2-
3241. H15
FRESHMAN CO-ED wishes to learn ev-
erything. Prefer man with interest in
Law, tennis, physics, Fabian, or the
Arb. Will knit while you talk. ,1H14
POSITION OPEN for full time dietitian
in University Residence Hall. Please
contact Miss Hamm, Food Service
Bldg., 1103 E. Huron Street. NO 3-15;1
Extension 2573. H12
DELIVERY MAN WANTED
Sunday Morning 741
Better than $2.an hour
MUST HAVE CAR
Phone NO 2-6248 or
NO 2-4401 - 203 Lloyd
1H13
DESPERATE MATHEMATICIAN work-
ing against imminent deadline- ur-
gently needs qualified proofreaders.
Asquaintance with calc and patience
required. Reasonable pay, flexible
work hours, comradeship in advanc-
ing the frontiers of science, etc., per-
haps. NO 3-5441 evenings after 8.
Hll
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