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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Gives Grant

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4780
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'tit 11:30 A.M.

To Colleges

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The Ford 'Foundation has al-
located $100 million to the support
of independent lheral arts col-
leges.
Colleges which have been named
to share the grant are Carleton
College, Northfield, Minn.; Gou-
cher College, Baltimore; Grinnell
College, Grinnell, Iowa; Hofstra
College, Hempstead, L. I.; Reed
College, Portland, Ore.; Swarthi-
more College, Swarthmore, Pa.;
Wabash College, Crawfordsville,
Ind.; and Wellesley College, Wel-
lesley, Mass. Wellesley will receive
$706,000 -- the largest immediate
payment.
Initial grants will total $13.6
million. To be eligible, colleges
must raise $33.2 million on their
own within three years. The im-
mediate payments from the grant
will total $3.5 million.
The colleges selected had to give
evidence of their high quality and
capacity to improve their effective-'
ness and, extend their influence.
There art about 500 liberal arts-'
private colleges which are eligible
for consideration.
The gramt reverses the trend
toward aiding universities with
science programs. The Ford Foun-
dation stressed the importance of
the liberal arts study in making
the grant.,
Henry T. Heald, president of the
Foundation, cited the importance
of liberal education in a free so-
ciety in explaining the purpose
of the grant.

Anthropology 101, the movie "The
Hunters" will be shown for Sections 1-3
on Tues., Sept. 26, 7:30 p.m., Aud. A,
Angell Hall and Sections 4-7 on Thurs.,
.Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Students with class conflicts may at-
tend either session.
Prospective debaters for the Univer-
sity of Michigan are invited to an
opening meeting on Tues., Sept.' 26,
2040 Frieze Bldg. at 7:30 p.m. Open to
all students. If you have any questions
call Mr. Andersen, Ext. 2791.
Mathematics Colloquium: Prof. K. W.
Gruenberg, visiting from the University
of London, will speak on "Engel's prob-
lem in group theory" on Sept. 26, at
4:00 p.m. in 3010 Angell Hall. Refresh-
ments in 3212 Angell Hall at 3.30 p.m.
Events Wednesday
Doctoral Examination for Leroy Or-
vill Krbechek, Chemistry; thesis; "Ther-
mal Decomposition of Azido Triazoles,"
Wed., Sept. 27, 3003 Chemistry Bldg.,
at 2:00 p.n. Co-chairmen, P. A. S.
Smith and J. O. Halford.
Automatic Programming and Numeri-
cal Analysis Seminar: "On a Numerical
Solution of a Boundary value Problem
with Periodic Boundary Conditions,"
by R. C. F. Bartels on Wed., Sept. 27,
at 4:00 p.m. in 246 West Engineering.
Agenda Student Government Council
September 27, 1961, 7:30 p.m.
Council Room, Constituents' Time 9:00
Minutes of previous meeting.
Officer reports: President, Letters-
Executive Vice President, Calendaring
of student sponsored activities; Ap-
pointments: Committee on Referral,
WJS Drive Chairman, Driving Code Re-
vision Committee, Driving Regulations
Administrative Board, Elections Direc-
tor, Standing Committees-Administra-
tive Vice President, Interviewing and
Nominating Committee Report, Wolver-
ine Club-Treasurer, financial report for
year 1960-61.
Standing committees:
Ad Hoc Committees A and Related
Boards: Committee on Membership, Air-
flight to Europe.

Special Business:1
Old Business: Residence Halls Confi-
dential Reports.
New Business: Election Rules.
Constituents and Members Time.
Announcements.
Adjournment.
Foreign Visitors
Mr. Gregoria C. Borlaza, technical as-
sistant to the President of the Philip.
pine Normal College, on campus from
Oct. 1-10.
Mr. Maurice L. Coglan, organizer for
workers' educational association from
Northamptonshire, U.K. on campus on
Oct. 2.
Mr. Deryck Mumford, principal of
Cambridgeshire Technical College and
School of Art, from the U.K., on cam-I
pus Oct. 2 and 3.
Placement
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies for the 1961-62
school year.
Buchanan, Mich.-Jr. H.S. Gen. Math
& Soc. Stud. Effective Nov. 1, 1961.
Farmington, Mich. -- Elem.
Georgetown, Ill. Girl's P.E.--Effect-
ive December 1, 1961.
Hillside, Ill. - Math., Sci. - Effect-
ive January 29, 1962.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp.,
Hoopeston, Ill. - Person with analyti-
cal mind. Graduate in Mech., Chem.,
Agri., Elec., or Indust. Engineering. Or
Chemistry, Physics, Food Tech., or Lib-
eral Arts. Must have some mechanical
aptitude. Research training valuable. To
set up statistically sound evaluation
procedures for machine & product test-
ing and produce- logical, reproducible
conclusions,
Ohio Civil Service, Maumee Valley
Guidance Center, Defiance, Ohio - Po-
sitions in psychiatric clinic for chief
Psychologist and Social Worker. Psy-
chologist must have PhD and preferably
2 yrs. exper. in clinic work or equiva-
lent. Social Worker must have MA and

several yrs. exper. as psychiatric or
medical social worker.
Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital, Chi-
cago, Ill. - Several openings for Chem-
ists, Biochemists, Medical Lab. Techni-
cians, Registered Nurses, and grads
with interest iin career as X-Ray tech-
nicians with private hospital affiliated-
with University of Illinois.
Please contact General Division, Bu-
reau of Appts., 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for
further infirmation.
ORGANIZATION
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. Exception
to this procedure is subject to Student
Government Council approval.
* *
Cercie Francais, Discussion by stu-
dents returning from Jr. Year Abroad
in France, Sept. 27, 8 p.m., 3050 FB.
* * *
Congregational, Disciples, E&R Stu-
dent Guild, Noon Discussion, Cost
Lunch, "Ultimate Question," Sept. 26,
12 noon, 802 Monroe.
* * *
Folk Dancers, Meeting, Instruction
for beginners, Dancing, Sept. 28, 7:30
p.m., 1429 Hill.
* * *
German Club, Coffee Hour-Music-
German conversations Sept. 27, 2-4
p.m., 4072 FB; German Puppet TheatreI
(Mr. E. G. Schmidt), Sept. 26, 8 p.m.,
Rackham Amphitheatre.
* * *
Rifle Club, 1st meeting, Sept, 27, 7:30
p.m., ROTC Rifle Range. Smallbore
shooting.
* * *
Women's Senate, Weekly Meeting,
Sept. 26, 4 p.m., League. Mich. Rm.
* . *
WAA Ballet Cub, Weekly Meeting,l
Sept. 26, 7:15 p.m., Barbour Gym.

WANTED one waiter, Call David Karp,
NO 3-8508. H14
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
wary Kaye at NO 2-3241. P28
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 & First
NO 8-9168
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Phone NO 2-4786

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$1,500 down.
RBOR
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REALTORS
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FULL SET DRUMS, $85. Contact Bill
Hoagland. NO 5-6181. C31
ALLSTATE MOPED, 3000 m. exc. cond.
Call NO 2-4398 after 5:30. B30
EXCELLENT HI-FI with 4-speed record
changer, 12" woofer, 4" tweeter en-
closed in beautiful mahogany floor
model console. Must sell. NO 5-7892.
B29
CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER, good
cond. Reasonably priced. NO 3-1962.
B28
SIBERIAN HUSKIES-Schnauzers, Min.
Both C.H. sired. 766 East Clark, Ypsi.
HU 3-5015. B27
LAMBRETTA Scooter, excel cond. Cus-
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P.M.-If p.m. B26
GIRL'S BIKE-26" J. C. Higgins. Per-
fect mechanical condition, $30. Call
NO 2-4736.
CUSHMAN Eagle Motor Scooter, very
good condition, always dependable,
many extras, best offer over $195, NO
2-7465. Z2
1958 MoKed, excellent condition. NO
3-8434, after 5. B19
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. 5
WOLLINSAK Hi-Fidelity electronic 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

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TRIANGLE Cooperative Nursery Open
ings for 3-year-olds in the morning
and 4-year-olds in the afternoon. Lo
cated in the First Methodist Chure
(non-sectarian). Phone for informa
tion, Mrs. Frank Greene, NO 3-7345
RITZ BEAUTY SALON
605 E. William
COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTY WOR1
605 B.'WILLIAM
PHONE NI 8-7066
Ji
GET YOUR
FALL CLOTHES READY!
ARE THERE ANY MOTH HOLES?
WHAT ABOUT TEARS or BURNS
W EAVE-BAG SHOP
224 Arcade NO 2-4647
"We'll reweave them to look like new.
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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.
31'
BECOME A PART of the modern busi
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and bustle of newspaper work. Mak
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job today. Come to the MICHIGAD
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for POSITIONS on
Publicity * Amusements
Refreshments * Booths
Parades
And many other Committees
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28
7:30 P.M. Union Ballroom
Open to all Sophomores,
Juniors and Seniors
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THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
CAN YOU USEA
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visit

largest hamburger in town down payment and monthly insta
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BEFORE you buy a class ring, look
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'55 CHEV. 6, overdrive, heater, radio,
motor good cond. 622-3540 (6-8:30). N8
CORVETTE 1959, 283 engine, 3-speed,
A-1. 323 Packard, NO 5-4327. N7
TR-3, 1960. Privately owned, excellent
cond. Low mileage. Call NO 8-6882. N6
55 PLYMOUTH. 4-door, good transpor-
tation, reasonable. Call NO 5-7112. N5
1960 VOLKSWAGEN For Sale. Excellent
condition. Call NO 3-0062. B25
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 IDouse, E. Quad. Charles Haw-
kins., N2
'60 FORD CONV. Pow. Br. and steer.
4-door, r-h; wsw, excell cond. $1895.
HU 3-3497. NI
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CAR POOL, fim. Jackson, ar. 8 a.m. lv.
5 p.m. M-F. Call Pat Brown, 784-2016.
G14
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share
4-room apt. at 320 E. Washington. NO
8-7856. F11
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
ROOMMATE-share apt. w/3 engineers.
613 Hill, 1st floor. F31.
JEWELRY MAKERS-I need a particu-
lar piece of metal jewelry made. Call
NO 3-8479 evenings, except. Wed. G14

LEARN TO' RIDE with Mr. Alexander
Duffield, U. of M. graduate and for-
mer riding instructor at Culver Mili-
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Excellent Horses. Jumping and dress-
age facilities. Transportation furn-
nsned. Jerry and Ruth Everett, 3651
N. Maple Rd. Phone 662-3390. M3
HONIES, solve the answers to your
problems and call Tom. NO 3-7228.'
F43'
DEAR JEAN, Sorry to hear about your
sore feet. Why don't we go canoeing,
together. Love, Andy. F47
BEAUTY CONTEST to be held soon!1
Winners will get to sit in choice seats
with the Top Fraternity on campus.
Send names to Daily, Box 3. F46
BOYS, We need your help to get to
class dry. on rainy days. Cars' or um-
brellas will be necessary. AMA. F45
SPANISH TUTORING by Latin-Ameri-
can girl. NO 2-2887. 'F42.
GIRLS! are you lonely, depressed and
neglected at night . . .?
Then call the Nications Four and make
your evenings bright. NO 3-7228. F41
REUNION of those returning from
France and those interested in speak-
ing French at 3050 F.B. 8:00 Wed. 9-
27.Refreshments and music -all
come!S F40
ZEN TRAINING EXERCISE. Instruction
offered in connection with psycho-
logical research project. Interested,
men call Mr. Maupin, NO 3-1511, ext.
2536 between 10 A.M.-5 P.M. F39

FURNISHED, 3 bedroom house, n
campus. Students or Faculty Parki
Available to June 15, 1962. Phone
3-5098.
ROOM, kitchen privileges for breakfa
NO 8-7983. C
MEN-Large single room, kitchen
cilities available, living room w
TV automatic laundry, 3 blocks fr
Rackham Bldg. Call NO 3-9232 af
5. C
WANTED-Third man for 3-man a
Nice location, 1002 S, Forest. Reaso
able rent. Call NO 2-8692., C
3 OR 4 MAN furnished apt., reasona
Srent, includes utilities and parkii
Call NO 2-7409. C
LARGE pleasant room for 1 or 2, 2C
30', coffee making O.K. 1 mile frc
campus, need car or bike. Phone
1511., Ext. 2617 even. and week.
9316. C
SINGLE ROOM in new faculty hon
Bath shared only with guest room.
city, but must have car. Linens ft
nished. NO 2-7077.C
GARAGES and PARKING FOR RE
1,& &2 blocks fro mcampus. Call T
3-7268.° C
CAMPUS LOCATION, 1311 Wilmoi
double room for rent, ,to see call T
2-2556 or Even. NO 3-2763. C
GRADUATE STUDENTS, 2 rooms,
large with 2 beds, 1 single room, 1
8-7697. -
QUIET LARGE ROOM. For graduate
businessman near north camp
5643 Geddes Rd. HU 2-4959. E
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment wi
fireplace in Saline. Girls or coul
preferred-no objection to child V
month. Call Mrs. Brockney days T
3-9373, nights,.HA.9-9879.

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INTERNATIONAL Student Assoc. fall
tennis tournament; Sign up in Inter-
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28.' 38
4539 IS THIS YOUR BICYCLE LICENSE
NUMBER? If it is we desperately
want YOU. Call Ben or Audrey at NO
2-3241. F33
Seniors & Grads sign up for
SENIOR PICTURE APPOINTMENTS
P29
ENSIAN organizational meetings.
Thurs., Sept. 21-4:15, Fri.-Sept. 22
at 3:15. F1
VOICE LESSONS, European trained So-
prano, teaches classical music, in-
struction in French; Italian, and Ger-
man pronunciation. Call NO 3-2975.
Are you a singer, dancer, artist,
or generally good company, then
teplace for you is at the
MUSKET MASS MEETING
UNION BALLROOM
SUNDAY 7:30 SEPT. 24
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