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It's traditional with us!
Drop in and see the lucky buys we have for you.
moAmummmms...muuiwmmmm mmmmuan mmminmmmmmas m m R
at $13.13.
Any fall dress-car coat or Rain 'n' Shine coat.
Regularly priced $14.98
10 cotton twill classic coat§ and many better dresses--
some orig. to $25.00. Sizes 7-15, 8-20, 121'-24% .

(Continued from Page 4)
Appointed: John Vos and David
Croysdale to the Committee on Stu-
dentsActivities, terms to end November
B, 1961.
Appointed: Jack Garrett and Chris
Irwin to the Student Relations Board,
terms 'to end in May, 1962.
Appointed: Barbara Greenstein to the
Human Relations Board, term to end
December, -1961.
Appointed: Ken Miller to the Com-
mittee on Student Concerns, term to
and September 30, 1962.
Adopted: Final Financial Report for
Fiscal Year July 1, 1960 to June 30,
1961.
Received: Report on Committee Pro-
,edures from the Committee on Stu-
dent Activities.
Adopted: That the Student Govern-
ment Council Human Relations Board
be authorized to spend up to $85.00
from generalCouncil funds in grants
to cover expenses for students attend-
ing the Michigan College Workshop on
Euman Relations, to be held October
27, 28 and 29.,The grant to each stu-
dent shall be, $8.50. The participants
shall be appointed by the Human Re-
lations Board. A report on the work-
shop shall be submitted to the Com-
mittee ,on Student Activities.
Adopted: Student Government Coun-
'11 Cinema Guild Board Sponsorship
Policy.
Received: Report from Student Gov-
ernment Council Hunan Relations
Board.
Adopted: (Unanimous) That Student
Government Council send the follow-
ing telegram to Attorney General Rob-
ert Kennedy:
On Wednesday, October 11, former
Michigan Daily Editor Tom Hayden
and, United States National Student
Association National -Affairs Vice-Pres-
ldent Paul Potter were beaten by a
mob in McComb, Mississippi. This lat-
est act is typical of the lawlessness
and violence in McComb in the past
weeks. Local law enforcAment authori-
ties no longer maintain order. -
Student Government Council of the
University of Michigan strongly urges
that the federal government take im-
mediate action within its power to
restore law and order in McComb.
Received: Report from delegates to
Office of Student Affairs Study Com-
mittee.
Adopted: That Student Government
Coincil go on record as voicing its ap-
proval of the confidential reports of
the educational staff of the Quadrangle
system in their present form. The
Council recommends, however, that

these reports be used only for the
express purpose of readmitting students
to the residence halls, and urges that
these reports be destroyed after this
purpose has been fulfilled.
That the existence of these reports
and their nature be made known to
the Quadrangle residents. ,
Adopted: That the President of Stu-
dent Government Council on behalf of
the- Council send a letter to all fra-
ternities and sororities that have not
yet submitted to the Office of Stu-'
dent Affairs required statements in-
terpreting their membership selection
data and compliance with the regula-
tion on membership selection.
That such letter state the following:
1) The regulation as passed by the
Council.
2) That the Committee on Member-
ship in Student Organizations has ask-
ed both in a letter to the Council and
in discussion with the Council that
the Council set a time limit of De-
cember 1, after which groups which
had not submitted the required state-
ments would be penalized.
3) That the Council recognizes that
the Committee urgently needs these
statements if it is to proceed promptly
and equitably.
4) That the Council feels it is to the
advantage of the groups in question to
clarify their positions and dispel in-
accurate images of their membership
selection policies by submitting state-
ments.
5) That the Council hopes and as-
sumes that the groups involved will
soon submit the required statements
)n their own initiative.
6) That the Council does not with
to set a time limit and disciplinary
penalties but feels it will be forced
to do so if the statements are not
submitted within a reasonable period.
7). That the Council is temporarily
postponing action on the Committee's
request in the hope that the required
statements will soon be submitted in
'ood faith.-
Adopted: To communicate the fol-
towing message to the President of the
University and the Vice-President for
Student Affairs:
Student Government Council notes
with special interest and concern the.
decision of the Regents of the Uni-
versity in approving the report of the
Committee on Year Round Integrated
Operation of the University.
The Council realizes there are many
broad implications which this plan has
for the University's future, and that
such a plan as was forwarded to the
Regents for approval must necessarily
be followed by intensive "staff studies"
into the implementation of this plan.
Student Government Council, as the
official' organ for expression of the
opinion of students of the University,
desires to participate in such "staff

studies" as are being onducted or
contemplated, since the stuudent opin-
ion and student support are vital to
the ultimate success of s uch an en-
deavor.
The Council therefore bequests de-
tailed information as to the ranner
in which studies are biping conducted,
and suggestions as to tang -way in which
the Council can organtzes itself so as
to integrate the opinio s of the stu-
dents with the implenusol'ation of the
plan.
Adopted: That Student Government
Council add to its Operating Proce-
dures, the following:
IV. Executive Session .
1) The Council may inope into Exec-
utive Session at any tim e by majority
vote.
2) Only Council membzera and guests
specifically invited by the dCouncil may
be within the Council chs mbers dur-
ing such sessions.
3) Each Executive $ess on of the
Colgncil, may, if it chooees 'by majority
vote, report out the fobpowing:
a. all motions and amel adments.
b. the number of Counm ail members
for and against each mot ion.
c. abstentions, if such ;are asked to
be recorded.
d. roll call votes, if such. are taken.
4) When the Council -considers ap-
pointments in Executive, Session, it
may, by majority vote, report out the
criteria which Council mnt3mbers used
in judging all the applicewnts for each
position.'
5) No Council member or guest may
report out what has tranopired during
Executive Session unless the Council
specifically chooses to do (so by major-
ity vote.
Postponed: Consideratic i of motion
on non-academic evaluatilons in wom-
en's residence hals.
The meeting adjourned at 12:35 a.m.
Foreign Visitors
The School of Business Administra-
tion will be visited this .w.onth by the
following individuals:
Oct. 11-20-Dr. Hildegard Behrend,
Scotland, Certified Profes sor at univer-
sity of Edinburgh, In In dustrial. Rela-
tions & Personnel Mana gement.
Oct. 16-20-Joseph Glt fag, Scotland,
Head of Department of Cndustrial Ad-
ministration, Heriot-Watti College.
Oct. 23-27-Vicente P alafox, Spain,
Certified Professor at Escuele de Es-
tudios Empressariales, in Business Man-
agement.
Oct. 25-27-Laurus T'aas, Nether-
lands, Lecturer, State Tiechnical Uni-
versity of Eindhoven, in Industrial
Management.
Nov. 6-11-Anastasios G ustas, Greece,
Training Department Offbcer, "Piraiki-
Patraiki" Cotton Manufacturing, Inc.
(Continued on Paige 8)

PERSONALS,,

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T.S. I don't care if you go to Toledo.
M.S. F8
PROFESSOR McEwen, please be gen-
erous when you mark my second
theme, I don't want to flunk this
course. ASC. F7
DEAR second Jean, so sorry that you
thought that I was the one from
som other school. Don't make this
mistake again, because I do love my
Jean. who isn't on this campus. ME.
F6
BE IN itHE SPIRIT with "Touchdown
U.S.A." For the BIG TEN marches
and many others by the U. of M.
Band. Go to FOLLETT'S record dept.
$4.98. F4
I FELL in love with the tall, dark girl
who is in my phys ed class yesterday,
when she made 34 points. Darling,
whatever your name is, please re-
spond to my note. Beibs. F5
BEWARE FOR I AM THE SHADOW. I.
KNOW EVERYTHING, AND TODAY
IS MY DAY! TODAY I WILL GET
YOU-YOU. BEWARE ON FRIDAY
THE 13th. STB. F11
BOUNCY, bouncy man, why don't you
bounce off my trampoline? WSP F10
AND THE COACH said to Sullivan,
"Well Sullivan, you might as well
leave your glasses on, we don't need
a square football." F9
THE CHI O's are having an auction for
the Sigma Nu's doghouse. Come buy.
F3
ATTENTION: Will the tall blGnd with'
the blue eyes make a point of win-
ning. K.S. F66
STATE GAME, 4 tickets on 35 yard
line for sale. Call Bruce, NO 2-5571.
F68

Attention Golfers
Iremendous close-out prices on g
clubs and accessories. Men's, wome:
and children's. Savings 'up to 60
Municipal Golf Course, 1519 Fuller F
NO 8-9230. Open 8 a.m.-7 p.m., 7 da
a week.
Bob Applegate's
PRO GOLF SHOP
HAYRIDES-Features rides, BarBeC
rides. NO 3-5010.

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HI-FI, PHONO TV, and radio repair.
Clip this ad for free pickup and de-
livery. Campus Radio and TV, 325 E.
Hoover. NO 5-6644. J24
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834-
-mm.
PART TIME help, noons and one or
two nights. Apply in person after 1:30
P.M. Drake's Sandwich Shop. H28

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TUTOR in Math. 412 wanted. Contact BABY-SITTER: Weekdays 3:30-5:30 and
Ernie at 5-8597. F60 occasional afternoons- on Forest. Call
- NO 2-6010, after 5:30. H29

C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
It i9: fall change over time. Time to
check your cooling system and put in
ATLAS PERMA-GUARD anti-freese.
South University & Forest
NO 8-9168
62
COMPLETELY furnished ranch home.
Whitmore lakefront. Male grad, stu-
dents preferred. Has everything, 10
. minutes to campus. HI 9-2159 or TU
2-9661. C52
OFF STREET PARKING - One block
from Union. $4.00 per month. NO
3-7268. C47
CAMPUS LOCATION, 1311 Wilmont,
double room for rent, to see call NO
2-2556 or Even. NO 3-2763. C24
FURNISHED HOUSE-Three bedrooms,
garage, for students or faculty. Im-
mediate occupancy. Phone NO 3-5098.
FURNISHED 1 bedrcom 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
ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords - $7.95
Socks -39c Shorts 69c
Military Supplies

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BEWARE of sloppy Scribblers, because
on Friday the 13th you lose the waste-
basket where all your copy belongs.
Munion P61
ARE YOU the Truman Cole who USED
to date bleached blondes? If so, call
Miss Clairol at 3-1561-1063. F53
JOAN BAEZ is coming Oct. 27. Tickets
are now on sale at the Disc Shop. F56
ADVANCE RESERVATIONS for Joan
Baez can now be picked up from 2:30
to 5:30 at the Bud-Mor Agency, 1103
South University. F57
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 between 2-5:30 p.m. P27
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. P26
LOST & FOUND
LOST-tan purse, parking lot at N.
Ingalls & Huron. REWARD. '2-4219.
A40
LOST-Pair of women's bifocal glasses.
Have dark brown rims with small sil-
ver V emblems in the corner. RE-
, WARD, if found call Susie Wright at
NO 3-3381. A38
LOST-small beige leather purse Sat.
afternoon between the Stadium and
Saline Rd. area. REWARD. NO 8-8472.
A36
LOST-between Martha Cook and the
Law Club. Heavy silver Mexican
bracelet. REWARD. Call Pat Patraitis,
NO 2-3225. A
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
WHOEVER took a red wallet from a
purse in the Union PLEASE return
all ID papers. A9
VW 1960. Priced for immediate sale.
Excellent condition. $1350. Call NO
3-0062 after 7 p.m. N18
MG-T.F. (1954) Gray-green. NO 3-1675
after 5 P.M. B52
'58 CHEV. Bel-Air. Dealer's own 4 door,
V-8-R&H. P.G., P.S., P.B., less than
average miles, new $40 tires. Jon
Rose, NO 2-4580 eves. B54
VESPA. G.S. '59 for sale. Good condition.
Call NO 2-3191 or 5-4214., M15
1955 DODGE ROYAL, excellent cond.,
good tires, new motot. NO 2-0568 aft-
er 4:30. N17
FOR SALE: Mercedes Benz, 190 SL 1958,
$2700. Call Don Robbins, NO 8-7172
after 6. N16
57 Mercedez-Benz 190 SL. Black, new
tires, R&H, Only $2295. Caall NO 3-
4316, 5-7 P.M. B41
1960 VW Convertible, low mileage, ex-
cellent condition, best offer over
$1450. NO 3-1004. N14

MORRILL'S
314 S. State NO 3-2481
Giving "Morrill support for over
50 years."
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If you're a DRIP-PERC up-You'll
soon feel FINE. "Head for the Hills"
coffee, That is-at

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RALPH'S MARKET
8 a.m. 'Til Midnite-7 days a week

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HAYRI DES
FEATURE RIDES
BARBECUE RIDES

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INSTANT-available for slow pokes.

MAKE CAMPUS HEADLINES
WITH YOUR NEW COIFFURE
from
Florence Beauty Studios
106 -. Liberty St. Hutzel Bldg.
, NO 2-0897 J22
STUDENTS
you Can find everything from

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BOYS! Getting pinned or looking for a
birthday present for your girl? How
about flowers from THE WEE SHOP,
619 Packard. Novelty arrangements
and delivery service. J33
COME IN AND BROWSE AT THE

pencils to
souvenirs
rentals

TYPEWRITER BARGAINS. "New 8-1
portable, $35. Used Remington por
able, $30. NO 3-6011. B6
1959 MORRIS Minir, $650. Call 8-805
after 5 p.m. M

playing cards
to supplies
to repairs

529 Detroit St.

NO 2-1363

moc styled theway
like them.

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Featuring student furnishings of all
kinds, appliances, typewriters, tele-
visions, bicycles, etc. Open Monday

2967 Packard
NO 8-8688
Ann Arbor

and Friday Evenings 'til 9.

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RITZ BEAUTY SALON

COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTY WORK
605 E. WILLIAM
PHONE NI 8-7066
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304 South State

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FOR SALE-2 MSU football tickets. Cal
NO 2-3330. B59
2 SEASON TICKETS to playbill series
$9.00. Box 102. B5
1959 VESPA, good condition, all acces
spries. Call NO 2-7848. Ask for Larry.
B56
CHEV. '54 Bel-Air. 4 door, R & H, auto
trans., WSW., exceptional. 5-8973. E57
1960 BUICK Invicta custom convertible
red and white, . bucket seats, powe
steering and brakes, excellent condi
tion. Call NO 3-4145, Ext. N34, bet
7 and 9 P.M. 3.B58
GUITAR-Gipson Electric, double pick
up, bass-treble switch. 2 mnonths old
Also Kay amp. Retail $265. Sell $195
Fred Knapp, NO 2-5075. B53
USED RECORDS for sale, cheap. Alsi
Garrard changer. NO 5-5458. -B5

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Alterations for men, women and
children.

NO 3-6228

.213% S.. Main St.
J31

STUDENTS-Neat, expert typing of your
papers, etc.; pickup and delivery in
Ann Arbor. Electric typewriter. Call
GL 3-6258. J29
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

GAS REFRIOBRATOR, good cond
10 cubic ft.; very low price. Phon
3-0807.

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DRUM SET, Gretch broadcaster, 5 ur
Close-out savings-Regular $600, n
for only $375. Also used Conn Sa:
phone and tape recorders. Ann Ark
Piano and Organ Co., 213 E. Washi]
ton. NO 3-3109.

PORTABLE 17" G.E. Television, $'
Call after 5 p.m., NO 2-4393. B4
GREAT DANE. Male fawn. 9 wk. A.L.C
HI 9-4536. B
1960 VW CONVERTIBLE 11,000 mile
excellent condition. NO 3-1004. $145
BIGGEST used motor scooter bargain
One year old Cushman, new cond
tion, all accessories. Call Marshalla
NO 3-4211.B:
ELECT REPRESENTATIVES in to ti
United Nations? OUTLAW WAR fo
the individual under internation
law? What power for peace does th
U.S. Constitution grant the inidivid
ual? Send $1.00 to Foundation fo
Outlawing War. Box. Malibu, Call
for peace plan of 8,000 startling word

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