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23,1961

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

Art Museum
Holds Show

'U' Enrollments
(EDITORS NOTE: This table shows a comparison of this
year's and last year's enrollments, college by college, as of the
first day of classes. Figures are expected to increase slightly
due to late registrations.)

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 11:30A.M.

Of Paintings
An exhibition of "Paintings for
Purchase Consideration" is cur-
rently on display in the University
Art Museum and will remain,
through Oct. 11.
Sixteen oil paintings by 10!con-
temporary American artists were
selected by Prof. Albert P. Mul-
len of the architecture and design
school to enable the museum to
make a selection for its permanent
collection. The exhibition is in
the west gallery.
Artists, represented are: Theo-
done Stamos, Richard Pousette-
Dart, Stephen Pace, Kenzo Okada,
Joan Mitchell, Louis Tavelli, Peter
Busa, George McNeil, Lawrence
Calcagno and. Martin Bloom.
The paintings were selected by
Prof. Mullen in New York where
he visited galleries and studios
and chose the major part of the
exhibit.

Division
Architecture and Design
Business Administration
Dearborn Center
Dentistry
Education
Engineering
Flint College
Graduate
Lawv
Liberal Arts
Medicine
Music
Natural Resources
Nursing
Pharmacy
Public Health
Social Work
Hospital Training
Duplicates

Students
711
847
336
437
1,036
2,910
524
5,228
934
8,016
1,103
539
196
672
154
196
210
13
66

Last Year
672
821
210
463
988
3,073
461
5,039
907
7,400
1,130
479
184
650
156
203
205
18
35

Change
39
26
126
-26
48
-163
63
189
27
616
-27
60
12
22
-2
-7
5
-5
31

P1ERSONALS
WOULD THE BOY who asked the ques-
tion in my English class please give
me a buzz for this weekend. Dott4
F34
4539 IS THIS YOUR BICYCLE LICENSE
NUMBER? If it is we desperately
want YOU. Call Ben or Audrey at NO
2-3241. F33_

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

DBL. RM., cheap, 902 Baldwin. Kitch.
facilities. $8.50 week. NO 3-5880. C33
WANTED-Third man for 3-man apt.
Nice location. 1002 S. Forest. Reason-
able rent. Call NO 2-8692. 034

LINES
2
3

ONE-DAY
.70
.85
1.00

SPECIAL
SIX-DAY
RATE
.58
.70
.83

3

Or 4 MAN furnished apt.,reasonable
rent, includes utilities and parking.
Call NO 2-7409. C32

Total

23,996
See story, Page 1

23,024

972

DAIY OFICALBULLETIN
." ' ar..hr.'isf"'r 5d5hY . w.. .reiv A 7 . W ..:.r..?:i....r...a::}{... .. ..}a?.">" :'

LARGE pleasant room for 1 or 2, 20' x
30', coffee making O.K. 1 mile from
campus, need car or bike. Phone 3-
1511., Ext. 2617 even, and week. 3-
9316. 031
SINGLE ROOM in new faculty home.
Bath shared only with guest room. In
city, but must have car. Linens fur-
nished. NO 2-7077. C30
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 -bath in the
southeast section, 923 Olivia, NO

(Continued from Page 4)
purpose, and financial need. Applica-
tions may be obtained at "the Scholar-
ship Office, 2011 SAB. They should be
returned by Oct. 1.
The' Office,of Veterans' Affairs will
be open this month on Sat., Sept. 23,
from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for the
convenience of veterans who are enroll-
ed far classes on Saturday only.

Actuarial Review Classes:
Probability and Statistics, 4
Mon., Sept. 25, 3227 Angell Hall.
General Mathematics, 4 p.m.,
Sept. 29, 3227 Angell Hall.

p.m.,
Fri.,

Events
Doctoral Examination for Alice Ann
Shannon, English Language & Litera-
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only.
Organizations planning to be active for
the Fall semester should register by
OCTOBER 10, 1961. Forms available,
3011 Student Activities Building. Ex-
ception to this procedure is subject to
Student Government Council approval.
w* s
Congregational Disciples E & R Stud.
Guild, "Scrutinizing the Christian
Faith," Miss Patricia Pickett, Sept. 24,
9:30 a.m., 802 Monroe.
** *
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking, Sept.
24, 2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St.
Entrance.
s * *
Rifle Club, Organizational Meeting,
Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m., ROTC Rifle Range,.
N. Univ. Bldg.
Folk Dancers, Picnic & Ethnics Meal,
Dancing, Sept. 24, 2 p.m., Burns Park.
Sign up now for
MICHIGANENSIAN
SENIOR PICTURE
Appointments
.
® w
Napolen-as yo will note-
Kept his had tucked Inside of his coat
When his frieds asked, "MonR Cher,
Qu'est-ce-que c'est have yu there?"
He replied "'est Mo SwingiIe je tote.
SWINGLIN
no bigger than
a pack of gum!
(iASYhi 19p9sspl)
Unconditionaly Guaranteed '

ture; thesis: "A Descriptive Syntax of
the Parker Manuscript of the Anglo-
Saxon Chronicle from 734 to 891," Sat.,
Sept. 23, 2011A North University Bldg.,
at 2:00 p.m. Chairman, A. H. Marck-
wardt.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 SAB, Monday thru
Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
dents for part-time or full-time tem-
porary work, should contact Jack Lar-
die, NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
4-Salesmen, sell china & silverware,
good commission.
1-Engineering student, must be a
junior, background in radioisotope.
10-15-Physics or electrical engineering
majors. Must be seniors (3.00 or
higher quality point average) or
graduate level, US. citizens. Trans-
portation required, 20 hours per
week with some scheduling flexi-
bility.
3-Salesmen, selling Vitamin Food
Supplements, 8-10 hrs. on Satur-
day.
1-Busboy, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
3-Psych. experiments.
Several salesmen to sell magazine
subscriptions.
3-Salesmen, sell college sportswear for
men.
FEMALE
3-Waitresses, lunches, 12:00-2:00, thru
school year.
1-Room &. board in exchange for
babysitting & light housework.
3-Full-time waitresses, hours: 7 a.m.-
4 p.m. or 4 p.m.-1 a.m.
1-Light housekeeping, 2 hours Sat-
urday mornings, thru school year.
Corrected Motion passed unanimously
by Student Government Council on
student representation on the Study
Committee on the Structure of the Of-
fice of Student Affairs:
Adopted: (Unanimously) Student
Government Council desires to appoint
four students as full voting members
of the Study Committee on the Office
of Student Affairs, and notes having
received recommendations concerning
appointment of students to that com-
mittee from Vice-President James A.
Lewis. All of these members shall be
members of Student Government Coun-
cil with two coming from the Commit-
tee on the University and two from
the Council at large: There shall be
at least one member of each sex in
the number. The Council will instruct
them to report back to the Council in,
oublic sessions at regular intervals on
the progress of the study.
The four Council members shall be
appointed upon recommendation of the
Interviewing and Nominating Commit-
tee, which shall screen applicants for
the positions.
Student Government Council does]
not by this action imply endorsement
of the present arrangement in which
TRUCK LOAD
SALE ON
LIGHTWEIGHT
BICYCLES
$32.88 and up
WESTERN AUTO
119 E. Washington
NO 3-6994

the study committee functions outside
the normal advisory channels of the
University. The Council, in fact, ques-
tions the advisability of this arrange-
ment. By appointing members to serve
on the committee, the Council does
not commit itself to support the com-
mittee's final recommendations. The
Council recognizes and shall fulfill its
own responsibility to debate fully all
relevant issues, to initiate proposals,
and to review, evaluate and comment
upon the recommendations submitted
by the study committee.
Recognizing that the educational re-
sponsibility of the University rests ul-
timately with the faculty, the Coun-
cil recommends strongly that the find-
ings of the study committee be review-
ed by the University Senate sub-com-
mittee on Student Relations.
In view of the fact that the study
committee has been presented with
the report from the Student Relations
Sub-committee, and has been apprised
of the facts regarding the initiation
of the study, the Council recommends
that one member of the original stu-
dent group serve as an ex-officio mem-
ber without vote on the study commit-
tee. That original student group in-
cluded the 1961 Daily senior staff. and
three members of the 1961 SGC Human
Relations Board.
The Council mandates its Committee
on the University to compile informa-
tion relating to the Office of Student
Affairs and to transmit it to the Coun-
cil, in order that members may be bet-
ter informed. To this same end the
Council requests that Vice-President
Lewis make available to Council mem-
bers the full support of the Student
Relations Sub-Committee .nd the Of-
fice of Student Affairs. The Council
further requests that the minutes of
the study committee, be transmitted in
confidence to the SGC Committee on
the University.
The approval for the following stu-
dent-sponsored activities becomes ef-
fective 24 hours after the publication
of this notice. All publicity for these
events must be withheld until the
approval has become effective.
Sept. 28-Michigan Union, Interna-
tional Seminar on Admission of Red
China to the United Nations, Union
Room 3R-S, 4:00 p.m.
Sept. 29-SGC Wolverine Club and
Assembly Association, Pep Rally and
Dance Outdoors, Palmer Field, 7-10:30
p.m.
Oct. 14-Inter-Quadrangle Council,
Michigan-Michigan State Mixer, East
Quadrangle, 8-12:30 p.m.
Sept. 29 and 30-Young Republicans
Club, Con-Con Conference, Michigan
League, 7:30 to 11 p.m. Sept. 29 and
11:30 to 4 p.m. Sept. 30.
Sept. 24-Gilbert & Sullivan Society,
Mass Meeting, Michigan Union 3C, 7:00
p.m.
Thursdays-University of Michigan
Folk Dancers, Meetings with Folk
Dancing, Hillel Foundation, 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 20 and 21-Homecoming 1961,
Pep Rally, Alumni Picnic and All-Cam-
pus Dance. Pep Rally, Ferry Field, 7-9
p.m. Oct. 20; Alumni Picnic, 10 a.m.-
1 p.m.; All Campus Dance, I-M Build-
ing.
Nov. 16, 17, 18-Michigan League,
Soph Show "Guys and Dolls," Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, 8:00-12 p.m.
Oct. 11-India Students Association,
Indrani Rehman dance program, Ann
Arbor High School Auditorium, 8:30
p.m.
Sign up now for
MICHIGANENSIAN
SENIOR PICTURE
Appointments
MEN-Don't forget your
White Shirt and Tie

WILL THE BEAUTIFUL BLONDE who
dropped her handkerchief on the Diag
please call Andy at NO 2-3241 or 2-
5571. F32
Seniors & Grads sign up for
SENIOR PICTURE APPOINTMENTS
F29
WANTED: Ride to Portland, Oregon.
Call South Quad, Ext. 750. F30
ROOMMATE-share apt. w/3 engineers.
613 Hill, 1st floor. F31
STUDENTS, do the growing pangs of
hunger haunt you every day? Then
take in a "Schwabenburger" and drive
them quickly away ... Schwaben Inn,
215 Ashley. F35
THE ANSWER to the cross-word puz-
zle will be hidden in tomorrow's clas-
sified section. F37
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 24121 5-7 P.M.
F25
THREE Junior men need fourth. Eight.
rooms, cooking facilities. 506 Cath-
erine. NO 5-0803. F23
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 HOUSEhfor 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
EVERYONE who is ANYTHING
will be at the
MUSKET MASS MEETING

2-1465.

SEE .*.

for yourself how
apartment for
Huron Towers.

you get more
the money ^t

A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X6
=e e!
PARKING PLACES for rent near cor-
ner of E. Univ. and Hill. Please con-
tact 663-0477. M4
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
1958 1MoKed, excellent condition. NO
3-8434, after 5. B19

MODELS OPEN
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily
and Sunday'
SCHEDULE OF RENTALS

Figure 5 average words to a line
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone NO 2-4786

C21

DWELLERS!
Don't you feel tired of walking all
over town to get your food and
study snacks?
Is it worth it? when
RALPH'S MARKET
is right on 709 Packard, a small
jaunt without breaking your back.
J17
BECOME A PART of the modern busi-
ness world while enjoying the hustle
and bustle of newspaper work. Make
a place for yourself, do your good
job today. Come to the MICHIGAN
DAILY. J16
Tutoring Unlimited
LANGUAGES
FRENCH - GREEK - LATIN
GERMAN - ITALIAN - SPANISH
Fast tutoring by young woman PhD
with 9 years college and university
experience. CALL NO 5-7847. J10
NEW & USED
MOBILE HOMES
26 ft. to 57 ft.
down payment and monthly install-
ments arranged to suit individual
budgets.
7 year financing
rental units available
HERB ESTES
MOBILE HOMES

Studio............$ 98 to
1-Bedroom......... 120 to
2-Bedroom.........225 to
3--Bedroom.........270 to

126
180
270
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
09
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
GRADUATE STUDENTS, 2 rooms, 1
large with 2 beds, 1 single room, NO
8-7697. EE4
QUIET LARGE ROOM. For graduate or
businessman near north campus.
5643 Geddes Rd. HU 2-4959. EE2
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment with
fireplace in Saline. Girls or couple
preferred-no objection to child $85!
month. Call Mrs. Brockney days NO
3-9373, nights HA 9-9879. C3
LEARN TO RIDE with Mr. Alexander
Duffield, U. of M. graduate and for-
mer riding instructor at Culver Mili-
tary. Small classes, day or evening.
Excellent Horses. Jumping and dress-
age facilities. Transportation furn-
nshed. Jerry and Ruth Everett, 3651
N. Maple Rd. Phone 662-3390. M3
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. G14

Union Ballroom MG-TD-red, w/w, A No. 1 shape. Must
SUNDAY 7:3 m SEPT. 24 M ,ww hp.M
SUDA :3FEP.24 sell. Come and bargain. T. Coon, 419
P12 Hamilton P1. NO 3-7289. B18
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share
4-room apt. at 320 E. Washington. NO ZUNDAPP - 1953-300cc., nice shape,
8-7856. F11I very reliable. Come and bargain. T.
Coon, 419 Hamilton Pl. NO 3-7289. B17
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
DIXI-LAND DRUMMER wanted, please
contact Tom Lough. Phone Univ. Ext.
421 W. Days. NO 3-0807 Evenings. F8
wilFt.1 rvI 61 8-

-~ w- _

_

PORTABLE ROYAL, Quiet Deluxe Type-
writer, excellent condition, over-
hauled last year. $40. Call 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
GREAT DANE. Male fawn. 9 wk. A.K.C.
HI 9-4536.. B5
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS, A.K.C. sired
Mother from Alaska, ideal pets. HU
3-5015. B7
WOLLINSAK Hi-Fidelity electronid tape
recorder designed for memory work
with auto-wind and playback ,fea-
ture. $150. Call NO 5-7161. B6
FOR SALE: '56 All-State Motorbike,
excellent condition, $90. NO 8-7248.
B9
1960 VW CONVERTIBLE 11,000 miles,
excellent condition. NO 3-1004. B3

2967 Packard

NO 8-8688
J5

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.
"You expect more from
Standard & you get it.,
SOUTH UNIVERSITY & FIRST
NO 8-9168

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. J11
'59 VESPA, 150, in sharp condition. Call
Mike Gillingham at NO 5-9556. Z8
Plan on spending part of the week-
end in the Arb? You realize that
with your luck it is bound to rain!
Stay dry, get home fast on a Bike
from
BEAVER'S BIKE

54 MERCURY 2-door hard top, auto-
matic radio-good cond., reasonably
priced. NO 2-0552. N4
'58 FORD FAIRLANE Fourdoor, Radio
and Heater, whitewalls, Fordomatic
excellent condition. $850. NO 2-3416.
N3
VOLKSWAGEN sedan, 1960, clean seat
covers, floor mats, heater. Room 207,
Green House, E. Quad. Charles Haw-
kins. N2
'60 FORD CONY. Pow. Br. and steer.
4-door, r-h; wsw, excell cond. $1895.
HU 3-3497. NI

605 Church

NO 5-6607
Z$

ENGLISH BICYCLE girl's-excellent
condition, used 2 months, $50. 2-
3641. Z10
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SIC FLICS1

WILLOW VILLAGE
APARTMENTS

ACROSS
L Lout
4. Stinging
insect
8. Large
freight boat
12. Drink
13. Russian sea
14. Territory
15. Long narrow
inlet
16. Agreeable
17.'Mass of ice
18. Long step~
20. Emanation
22. Cozy home
24. Levantine
sailing vessel
27. More secure
30. Cereal grass
32. Acknowl-
edgement of
a debt
33. Genuine
34. Give: Scot.
35. Heated
compartment

36. River island
37. Jump
38. Coasting
vehicles
39. Ingenuous
41. Coarse
hominy
43. Bough
45. Portions
49. Norse god
51. Iridescent
stone
53. Guido's
second note
54. Man's
nickname
55. Worthless:
Bib.
56. Meadow
barley
57. Speaks
58. Holly
59. Father
DOWN
1. Boat
propellers

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