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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Plan Student Rathskeller
On Georgetown Campus

Marshall Scholarship
ApplicationsAvailable

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.

By MICHAEL HA1RRAH
GEORGETOWN -- With the
feeling that "indoctrination in the
use of alcohol is part of the edu-
cation of modern young men,"
Georgetown University Vice-Pres-
ident The Rev. T. Byron Collins
has announced plans for a school-
operated rathskeller on campus.
"There's no use saying the stu-
dents shouldn't drink," Fr. Collins
said. "So we would like to pro-
vide them with the proper at-
mosphere."
The educational beer parlor
will have more. than beer, and
pretzels. When it opens in the
early winter, students will also
find a dining room and outside
dining terrace.
Georgetown students were elat-
ed with the idea, but neighboring
property owners didn't take to it
Panhel Announces
Workshop Agenda
Panhellenic Association has an-
nounced the date and agenda for
its annual workshop for sorority
presidents.
The evening workshop will be
held Tuesday, October 10.
Four meetings will be held si-
multaneously. The four topics will
be activities, relations between
executive and judicial councils in
the houses, incorporations, and
miscellaneous. The purpose of the
fourth meeting is to weed the
extraneous material from the first
three.
The workshop will use the case
study method approach. Members
of the Executive Council of Pan-
hel will lead the discussions, with
two co-chairmen in each group.
There will probably be three or
four members from each sorority
house at each group meeting.

too kindly. They hired Washing-
ton attorney Charles E. Richey to
object to the tavern within two
blocks of a parochial elementary
school.
Substantial Impact'
Richey points to President John
F. Kennedy's own church near-
by, too, and says that the impact
would be "very substantial and
detrimental."
Fr. Collins noted that the "fa-
cility would be very beneficial to
the student body," since it would
be so closely supervised, and that
its "early American flavor would
be in good taste."
AUSTIN-Two local movie the-
atres brought a quiet end to their
policy of segregation this fall and
began admitting all students at-
tending the University of Texas.
The move ended 15 months of
stand-ins and picketing demon-
strations in front of both theatres.
Theatre-owners indicated that
there has been no difficulty as
yet, though the program was just
on an experimental basis.

By RONALD WILTON
The Undergraduate Scholarship
Office of the Dean of Men's Of-
fice now has applications avail-
able for the Marshall Scholarship
program.
The scholarships have a two-
year tenure for the study of any
subject leading to the award of a
British university degree and may
be held at any university in the
United Kingdom.
Applications must be handed in-
to the Scholarship Office by Sep-
tember 29. A committee of facul-
ty members will interview the ap-
plicants October 2.
Bachelors Degree
By the time a student plans to
take up residence in the British
university. he must have obtain-
ed at least a Bachelors degree
from an American school. Any
United States citizen under 26
years of age may apply. However,
if the student's education was in-
terrupted by military service, he
will be eligible up to the age of 28.
There will be 24 Marshall schol-
arships offered in 1962 for Amer-
ican students. Twenty awards will
be made on a regional basis and
four will be designated as "Schol-
arships-at-large."
The monetary award is com-
prised of three parts. The first is
a personal allowance of £550 per
City Hall To Sell
Bicycle Licenses
Today is the last day students
will have the opportunity to pur-
chase bicycle licenses at the Ad-
ministration Bldg.
They will be sold from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. in the lobby. After this
date they may be purchased at
the City Clerk's Office in the
City Hall. Licenses will also be
sold at the student bicycle auction
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow.

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BERKELEY-The Internation-
al Disarmament Expedition of
Americarhas launched a new idea
on the University of California
campus--a 'Peace Mail Box'
The slogan covered blue and
white ,receptacle was installed on
the Berkeley campus for "the pur-
pose of delivering peace messages
to the United Nations," according
to the IDEA founder Roy Jacob-
sen.
Passersby are requested to sign
a form letter and drop it into the
slot. The letter asks "all nations
to solve their problems peacefully
and free mankind from the fear.
of war." It also requests that all
nations "refrain from trying to
conquer or cheat each other."

year. This is equivalent to about
$1,540 in American currency.
Commission To Approve
The specific tuition fees must
be approved by the Marshall Aid
Commemoration Commission, set
up to administer the program un-
der the Marshall Aid Commem-
oration Acts of 1953 and 1959. This
does not include residential fees.
The third payment is a grant of
up to £25 for books and a similar
grant for approved travel in the
United Kingdom in connection
with courses of study.
If a man is married at the time
of his application he will be given
an increase of £200 per year
throughout his tenure. A man who
marries after the date of his ap-
plication will be eligible for the
marriage allowance after the end
of his first year.
Established In 1953
The Marshall Scholarship pro-
gram was established in 1953 by
the British Government as an ex-
pression of gratitude for Marshall
Aid. The purposes were to enable
citizens of the United States who
are graduates of colleges in the
U.S. to study for at least two years
towards a degree of a university
in the United Kingdom. It also
reflects the hope of the- British
Government for better personal'
relations with people in the Unit-
ed States.
Fares for the scholarship win-
ners will be paid from their places
of residence in the U.S. to their
universities in the United King-
dom. In the case of married schol-
ars, fare will be provided for their
families.
For purposes of processing, the
United States is broken up into
five regions: the North-Eastern,
Mid - Eastern, Southern, Mid-
Western, and Pacific.
Committees To Interview
After receiving and examining,
the applications, regional commit-
tees will interview the most prom-
ising candidates and then submit
a list of four candidates and six
reserves in -order of merit to an
advisory council in Washington,
directed by the ambassador for
the United Kingdom.
After considering the names,
the advisory council forwards lists
of the candidates recommended,
for scholarships and reserve po-
sitions to the Commission in Lon-
don. .
This Commission reviews the
selections and then authorizes the
executive secretary to place the
twenty-four approved candidates
in United Kingdom universities.
The winners are notified by the
British ambassador in Washing-
ton.

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LIGHTWEIGHT BICYCLES, Norman of
England. $36.95 and up. Western Auto,
119 E. Washington. NO 3-6994. B23
HI FI Columbia Console. 15 inch speak-
er. Call NO 5-6906. B22
1958 Vespa for sale, excellent condition.
Call NO 2-5196 after 6. 3
1961 BMW motorcycle. 4000 miles, excel-
lent condition. NO 5-7967 after 5.
Z4
CUSHMAN Eagle Motor Scooter, very
good condition, always dependable,
many extras, best offer over $195, NO
2-7465.: Z2
DESK and CHAIR, double bed, chest,
kitchen table and Zenith Stereo and
Hi Fi. Call NO 2-7134 after 7 P.M. B21
1957 LAMBRETTA 150 L.D., metallic
blue. Al-$130, NO 8-6634. B20
1958 MoKed, excellent condition. NO
3-8434, after 5. B19'
MG-TD-red, w/w, A No. 1 shape. Must
sell. Come and bargain. T. Coon, 419
Hamilton Pi. NO 3-7289. B15
ZUNDAPP - 1953-300cc., nice shape,
very reliable. Come and bargain. T.
Coon, 419 Hamilton Pl. NO 3-7289. B17
VERY GOOD BARGAIN-Dairy Queen
on wheels (freezer fresh unit). 4 mos.
old, excellent condition. Owner leav-
ing for Europe shortly, 7720 Huber
House, S. Quad., NO 3-7541, Ext. 819.
BiS
PORTABLE ROYAL, Quiet Deluxe Type-
writer, excellent condition, over-
hauled last year. $40. Cali 5-4938. B16
FOR SALE-'56 All-State Motorbike.
Excellent condition, $90. NO 8-7248
after 5 p.m. B13
'59 MOBYLETTE MOTOR BIKE with
canvas cover, carrying box, manuals.
Outstanding condition. Serviced by
Montgomery Ward. A Raleigh 26"
boys bike, 3-speed hub. Prices open.
NO 2-4401. 222 Adams. B11
FOR SALE 1936 Buick, excellent con-
dition. $450.00. Plymouth GL 3-7834.
B5
G EAT DANE. Male fawn. 9 wk. A.K.C.
HI 9-4536. B4
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS, A.K.C. sired
Mother from Alaska, ideal pets. HU
3-5015. B7
WOLLINSAK Hi-Fidelity electronic tape
recorder designed for memory work
with auto-wind and playback fea-
ture. $150. Calr NO 5-7161. B6
FOR SALE: '56 All-State Motorbike,
excellent condition, $90. NO 8-7248.
1960 VW CONVERTIBLE 11,000 miles,
excellent condition. NO 3-1004. B3

-ER 0NAL.
CO-EDS have you missed your calling?
We need good conversationalists to
answer our phones. If you can blab
on hour after hour on any subject,
only true unslanderous material ac-
ceptable of course. We need you. Call
Mary Kaye at NO 2-3241. F28
IF YOU LIVE on this planet it's 3 to 2
you are illiterate. There are 1.2 bil-
lion totally illiterate people in the
world. This means you had better
start to study now. F27
I NEED NUMBERS for my little black
book Please leave your name and
number with Andy at the Michigan
Daily. NO 2-3241. F26
ROOMMATE-To share 2 bedroom apt.
with 3 grad students. Convenient,
new bldg. Tappan Street. $50 a
month. Call Don, NO 2-3121 5-7 P.M.
P25
DEAR FRESHMAN, Co-ed know every-
thing. Will meet you in the Arb to-
night. Your Friendly Frat. Man. F24
THREE Junior men need fourth. Eight
rooms, cooking facilities. 506 Cath-
erine. NO 5-0803. F23
WANTED-1 girl to share apt. modern
kitchen, separate bedrooms. 335 Cath-
erine. F8
ENSIAN organizational meetings Thurs.
Sept. 21-4:15, Fri. Sept. 22 at 3:15.
F16
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: When
you stole my bicycle last week you
left your fingerprints behind. They
are being processed by the FBI. If
you want to escape you may return
the bike. P18
ENSIAN organizational meetings.
Thurs., Sept. 21-4:15, Fri.-Sept. 22
at 3:15. F16
LOOKING FOR A good place to eat?
Come to the NELSON INTERNATION-
AL HOUSE for good food and good
company, homey atmosphere. Mrs.
Griffee, NO 5-5703. F22
VOICE LESSONS, European trained So-
prano, teaches classical music, in-
struction in French, Italian, and Ger-
man pronunciation. Call NO 3-2975.
P20
PRESBYTERIAN
CAMPUS CENTER
SUNDAY SERVICES
:00 Dr. Henry Kuizenga.
11:50 Rev. Jack Borckerdt.
OTHER PROGRAMS FOR SUNDAY
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 Ultimate 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,"
F19
EVERYONE who is ANYTHING
will be at the
MUSKET MASS MEETING
Union Ballroom
SUNDAY 7:30 SEPT. 24
P12
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share
4-room apt. at 320 E. Washington. NO
8-7856 F11
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
WANTED- 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 Evening F8
BABYSITTING Mother experienced in
child care would like to sit for
another child on weekly basis NO
3-6964. HHI
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'58 FORD FAIRLANE Fourdoor, Radio
and Heater, - whitewalls, Fordomatic
excellent condition. $850. NO 2-3416.
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VOLKSWAGEN sedan, 1960, clean seat
covers, floor mats, heater. ,Room 207,
Green House, E. Quad. Charles Haw-
kins. N2
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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 traits,
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 arnd 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, I1'/x 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.
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.

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