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Must Seek
M.More Funds
(Continued from Page 1)
A sign such as Niehuss wants
might well mean announcement
of a tuition increase for next
year early this winter. This would
be a solid indication by the ad-
ministration and Regents that
they will not let faculty salaries
remain constant another year.
It might also include research
grants in new areas, a possibility
which University President Harlan
Hatcher alluded to in his state-
of-the-University address to the
But the fundamental problem
of a more permanent increase in
University finances, necessary to
maintenance of Increasing quality,
can not be solved by grants, which!
are essentially one-time affairs.
And'the problem is a continual}
one, with repeated and continual
financial boosts necessary to in-
creases in quality.



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Label Several Books
Subversive at Austin
and HELENE SCHIFF arrest of four University of Illinois
AUSTIN - The Texans for students emphasized to underage
America and the Daughters of the drinkers that Emmerson Dexter,
American Revolution have ob- mayor of Champaign, meant busi-
jected to several grade school ness when he announced a crack-
texts because of their "Communis down on enforcement of state
tic" and "Socialistic" influence on drinking laws.
Texas school children, the Univer- Along with this stiffer enforce-
sity Press Service reports. ment of Illinois' 21-year-age limit
Among the books the State Text- on purchase and public consump-
book Committee was asked to re- tion of alcoholic beverages three
ject is a high school history text students were placed on conduct
by a Southern Methodist Univer- probation by the university sub-
sity professor. The objection to committee on discipline.
the text said that the author had Complaints were registered that
"Communist front connections." the university failed to warn stu-
The group's statement listed the dents that such action might be
following "questionable" writers: taken. However, students had
Sherwood Anderson, Maxwell An- broken the law and would be pun-
derson, Stephen Benet, Ralph ished for it, Otto Dieter, chairman
Bunche, Aaron Copeland, Henry S. of the subcommittee on discipline
Commager, Theodore Dreiser, Al- said.
bert Einstein, William Faulkner, * * *
Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Sinclair
Lewis, Paul Robson, Ida Tarbell, ' COLUMBUS-The "student de-
Carl Sandburg, and Allan Nevins. fender" program to be brought be-
-- * * * fore the Student Senate has re-
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- The ceived enthusiastic approval from
the student body as reported from
a spot survey.
The program would provide stu-
dents with advice on cases pefore
university officials, and would also
provide defense ii cases before the
Student Court.
The proposed defender will be
D pf a m n . appointed from the law students
applying by Senate President
Philip Moots, with the approval of
the Senate. The "lawyer" will re-
s to choose from, ceive a fee of $50 a quarter.
on our Main Floor.
(Continued from Page 4)
Miss Rhoda Reddig, Dean School of
1883 NO 2-5669 Nursing, andProf. A. J. Brown, School
S of Nursing will discuss Public Health
Nursing, Mon., Oct. 9, at 4 p.m. in
__Aud. B, Angell Hall. This will follow
the 3:00 program on University Serv-
ices with talks Py Dr. Morley Beckett,
Health Service; Dr. Alvin Burnstein,
Counseling Division, Bureau of Psy-
chological Services; and Dr. Frank
Green, Reading Improvement Service.
Seminar on Stochastic Programming:
Will have an Organizational meeting,
I Mon., Oct. 9, at 4 p.m. in Rm. 247A
a Teen-age Dwarf", "The Many West Engineering (for first meeting).
if Dobie Gillis" etc)Prof. R. M. Thrall will speak on "A!
- Convexity Theorem.''
Doctoral Examination for Kwan Wu
La physics; thesis: "Large-Angle Elas-i
tic scattering of negative Pions by Pro-i
tons at 1.51, 2.01, and 2.53 Bev/c", Mon.,I
SAIL ON1I Oct. 9, 2038 Randall Lab., at 2:00 p.m.
Co-Chairman L. W. Jones and M. L.
ther day to you. You get up in
ordinary things you ordinarily Events Tuesday
u walk your ocelot, you go to
y, you burn the dean in effigy, Baroque Trio: The Baroque Trio, Nel-
son Hauenstein, flute; Florian Mueller,
ou go to bed. And do you give oboe; Marilyn Mason, harpsichord; as-
that October 12 is Columbus sisted by Clyde Thompson, double bass,r
will present a concert Tues., Oct. 10,
8:30 p.m. in Rackham Lecture Hall.
)us these days. Let us, there- They will play the compositions of
tell his ever-glorious, endlessly Reinhard Keiser, Clark Eastham, Jo-
hann Joachim Quantz, Johann Sebas-
tian Bach, and Niccolo Jommell. Open1
to the public without charge.
Graph Theory Seminar: Will meet
Tues., Oct. 10, at 4 p.m. in Rm. 2450 Ma-t
son Hall. John Dwyer will speak onE
"Random graphs."l
Aeronautical and Astronautical En-t
gineering Lecture: Dr. Ernst Astrom,
Royal Institute' of Technology, Stock-
holm, Sweden, will talk on "Plasma;
Resonance," Tues., Oct. 10, 4:00 p.m.,c
Rm 1504 East Engineering Bldg. t
Doctoral Examination for Robert Guy
Ryder, Psychology; thesis: "A Pre-
liminary Study of a Model Relating Re-
sponse Rate to Number of Attendedc
Cues," Tues., Oct. 10, 7615 Haven Hal,t
at 10:00 a.m. Chairman, E. S. Bordin.E

OF APPOINTMENTS-Seniors & grad.I
students, please call Ext. 3544 for in- t
n in Genoa on August 25,1451.
was in the three-minute auto
or (Swifty) Columbus, was a OP E N TILL 9 P.M
ly child, except for his four SATURDAY T
his father busy all day at the
tantly away at track meets,
y much to his own devices.
brood. He was 'an avid reader SPE CIA L Tf
mmersed in a book. Unfortu-
n Genoa at the time-Care of
r several years of reading Care
less. So when rumor reached .A L L X ~
k in Barcelona, off he ran as
rry him.L
The only book in Barcelona A L F~
Te, which proved to be nothing
of Care of the Horse.
us began to dream of going
end, there were thousands of
India was on horseback, andt
Care of the Horse, Columbus
rse again. Theo a new thought
le to get to India by sea! H14F and
ew idea, Columbus raced to
la on his little fat legs (Colum-,
;ued with little fat legs all his On Angel-Choose from the fi
ch fervor that the rulers were Chamber Music, Orchestras, C
s set foot on the New World. For Folk Music, choose from s
Spain witha'cargo of wonders RIVERSIDE, VANGUARD, EL
es and metals and plants and
I-tobacco! Oh, what a sensa- VICTOR, CAPITAL, TRADIT
?he filter had long since been EPIC,-You name it, if therei
y enough) but nobody knew it is on sale.
mbus, the Great Discoverer,
: he took a filter, put tobacco 5.98 List 4.98 L
world's first filter cigarette l
have be.en steadily improved
e have achieved the ultimate 3 o9 9

To Evaluate
Data Display
The Army is interested in how
men interpret information pre-
sented by automatic devices, Ar-
thur W. Melton said Wednesday
at the seventh annual Army Hu-
man Factors Engineering Con-
ference here.
Melton, head of the Engineer-
ing Psychology Laboratory at the
Institute of Science and Technol-
ogy, said research is under way
on how such information should
be displayed to individuals.
Project MICHIGAN, a long-time
research project in battlefield
surveillance, sponsored by the Ar-
my Signal Corps at the Univer-
sity, is conducting the laboratory
research, he added.
The laboratory is directing its
study on "image interpretation" of
the output from airborne photo-
graphic, radar and infra-red de-
vices. The interpreter's greatest
difficulty, Melton explained, lies
in distinguishing objects of in-
terest from the clutter of com-
peting objects displayed to him.
The research includes simulat-
ing displays which can be stud-
ied along with actual displays.
This allows the problem to be
studied at lower cost and under
scientifically controlled condi-
tions, he added.
Stanley Smith and Prof. Ward
Edwards, two members of the lab-
oratory, also presented papers at
the conference.
terview appointments with the follow-
TUES, OCT. 10-
Food and Drug Administration, De-
troit District-AM Dept. of Chem., PM
Bureau of Appts. - Interviewing men
only with'30 semester hours, any com-
bination, of physical or biological sci-
ences, for position as Food and Drug
Inspector.Also, men and women with
major in chem. for position as Food
and Drug Chemist.
Standard Oil of Indiana, Chicago, Ill.
-Location: Crude Oil Planning Dept.
Men with degrees in Economics or Bus.
Ad. for position as Economist. Febru-
ary, June or August grads. Dept. co-
ordinates activities of subsidiaries en-
gaged in production, purchasing and
transportation of crude and natural
Panel Discussion-Careers in the U.S.
Government-Both undergrads & grads
invited to attend on Tues., Oct. 10,
4:10 to 5:10 in the third floor confer-
ence room, Union.
Michigan Civil service-Openings as
follows: Psychometrists-BS with 25
hrs. in Psych; Psychologists-MS in
Psych. & 1 yr. exper. in clinical psych;
Vocational Rehabilitation Trainee &
Vocational Rehabilitation Agent-both
require BS in field related to rehabili-
tation & for Agent position must have
1 yr. exper. as Trainee. File applica-
tion by Oct. 16.
General Foods Corp., Battle Creek,
Mich.-Opening Plant Engineering De-
partment for Jr. Project Engineer. BS
in ME, ChE EE, or AgE. No experience
necessary. Age 21-30 preferred.
Dept. of the Interior-Openings for
Geologists with BS in Geology plus
additional appropriate experience. File
by Dec. 1 for written examination.
Locations throughout the U.S. and
Norwich Pharmacal Co., Norwich, N.Y.
-Openings in the following depts.:
Chem., Biochem., Pmarmacy, Pharma-
cology, Microbiology, Pathology, Scien-
tific Information, Medical, and Pur-
chasing. Most positions require advanced
degree or pertinent exper.
International Atomic Energy Agency
(IAEA)-Numerous openings through-
out the world for highly qualified
technical assistance experts in Atomic
Energy, Nuclear Physics, Radochem-
stry, Mineralogy, Electronics, etc. As-
signments vary from 3 mos. to 2 yrs.
suration. Apply to U.S. Atomic Energy
Comm., Wash. 25, D.C.
Please contact General Div., Bureau
of Appts., 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for fur-
ther information.



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.

I suppose October 12 is just ano
the ordinary way and do all the
do. You have your breakfast, yo
classes, you write home for mone
you watch Howdy-Doody, and y
one little thought to the fact t
Day? No, you do not.
Nobody thinks about Columbi
fore, pause for a moment and re
stirring saga.

DARLING JUDY, I am putting this in
secretly, so don't let on who I am. I
will meet you tonight at 1 a.m. in
front of your house. Sneak out as
usual. Eric. F39
"WELL SULLIVAN," said the coach, he
always called me Sullivan (that's my
name, you see). "You're right as
usual, stay on the bench." P40
SKINNY, I hear that you have been
approaching people in the UGLI.
Shame on YOU. Bob Mc, F41
write daily box 5. F42
IF THE short blond honey who was in
Lumbard's Friday night about 11
drinking Vernors is interested in
meeting the boy who came in right
after her, please call Craw, at 2-5571.
JOANNA at NO 5-6253, don't you know
that you shouldn't write to strange
boys? But then maybe you should. F35
THANKS to the persons who returned
my bike. Now I won't be forced to
come after you. F44
BARB B., don't you know that you
could be going out with the sharpest
fella ever? Opportunity only knocks
once not every two and a half weeks.
Jack. F38
The Daily is great,
The Daily is fine,
The Daily has that mighty design,
(it's rectangular like every other
newspaper). F30
JO BAEZ coming, Oct. 27, at Ann Arbor
High. Tickets $1.75, $2.25,x$2.75. Res-
ervations-phone The Bud-Mor Agen-
cy, NO 2-6362. 28
THE KINGSTON TRIO will be opening
at the Lansing Civic Center on Wed.,
Nov. 8-tickets $1.50, $2.50, $3.50. Make
your reservations at the Bud-Mor
Agency. 1103 S. University any after-
noon between2-5:30 p.m. F27
RON BELL, Bill Curtin, The Royal
Lancers and Art Bartner are only a
few o fthe outstanding combos booked
by the Bud-Mor Agency. 1103 S. Uni-
versity. NO 2-6362. F26
LOST-between Martha Cook and the
Law Club. Heavy silver Mexican
bracelet. REWARD. Call Pat Patraitis,
NO -3225. A
LOST-Light beige photo and credit
card case containing student visa, ID,
and very important papers. Reward.
Alen-24591, Ext. 408 Greene. A32
LOST-Black diary with lock, extremely
personal information inside in code.
I need this back or I will be liqui-
dated immediately. Boris at NO 9-
1673 after 12 p.m. A34
CALL AARON, 665-0397.
FOUND Sunday after Cinema Guild,
one small yellow journal. Call NO 3-
6055. A25
LOST-A white Arrow jacket with blue
collar. If found contact Jim, NO
3-7541, Ext. 178. A27
WHOEVER took a red wallet from a
purse in the Union PLEASE return
all ID papers. A9
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Christopher Columbus was bor
His father, Ralph T. Columbus,
wash game. His mother, Elean(
sprinter. Christopher was an on
brothers and eight sisters. Withl
auto wash and his mother cons
young Columbus was left prett
However, the lad did not sulk or1
and spent all his waking hours it
nately, there was only one book i
the Horse by Aristotle-and after
of the Hore, Columbus grew rest
him that there was another boo
fast as his fat little legs would ca
The rumor, alas, proved false.
was Cuidar un Caballo by Aristotl
more than a Spanish translation
Bitterly disappointed, Columb
to India where, according to leg
books. But the only way to go to
after so many years of reading
never wanted to clap eyes on a ho
struck him: perhaps it was possib
Fired with his revolutionary n
the court of Ferdinand and Isabel]
bus, though six feet tall, was plag
life) and pleaded his case with su
On October 12, 1492, Columbu
The followingyear he returned to
never before seen in Europe-spic
flowers and-most wondrous of al
tion tobacco caused in Europe!'T
invented (by Aristotle, curiously
what to do with it. Now Colu
made still another great discovery
in front of it, and invented the
Through the centuries filters i
and so has tobacco, until today w
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ILL 6 P.M.
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