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________THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

Canada Students To View Latin Affairs

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 11:30 A.M.

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By PHILIP SUTIN -
American and Canadian rela-
tions with Latin America will be
the major topic of the business
adninistration school's student
council exchange weekend. Fifteen
students from the University of
Toronto's commerce school. will
attend the weekend.
These students arrived yester-
day to begin the slate of. confer-
ences and dinner with 15 business
students and faculty.a
Managing Assets
.At 'a dinner tonight Prof. Mor-
gan Colline of the business ad-
miinistration school will speak

about his experiences in manag-
ing the cash assest of a major
American corporation. Dean Floyd
Bond of the business school will
welcome the students at that time.
Papers on the Latin American
theme will be- presented by stu-
dents of both schools tomorrow.
They will stress the business as-
pects of North American relations
with Latin America, but political
and economic areas will also be
covered, Robert Rossiter, Grad,
president of the business adminis-
tration school student council,
said.

Prof. Paul McCracken

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business administration school will
speak at a Friday noon luncheon
on the balance of payment situa-
tion.
Soviet Problems
The Soviet Union's economy,
marketing problems, and trade of-
fensive will be discussed by Prof.
D. Maynard Phelps of the business
administration school, Prof. Wil-
liam Ballis of the political science
department and Peter Rasko of the
Bureau of Business Research at a
session tomorrow afternoon.
Closing out the formal part of
the weekend, Prof. Albert Steiger-
walt of the business administra-
tion school will speak about his
experiences conducting state de-
partment sponsored seminars for
Venezualan students last summer
At a dinner tomorrow evening.
The 15 University of Toronto
students wil also tour the Memor-
ial Phoenix Project and the cam-
pus and wil also yiew Homecoming
festivities and the football game
with Purdue.
Roundtable Plans
Discussion on U N
The Political Science Round-
table will sponsor a discussion on
"The Secretary-Generalship and
Future of the United Nations" in
the Rackham Amphitheater, at
8:00 p m. today Prof. Inis L.
Claude of the political science de-
partment, J. David Singer of the
Political science department and
Eric Stein of the Law School will
speak.

ROOM AND BOARD for women stu-
dents, excellent location. Call NO 2-
1017 between 6 P.M. and 8 P.M. E3
SINGLE ROOM, $7.00'weekly, no lease.
NO 5-0475. C2
COMPLETELY furnished ranch home.
Whitmore lakefront. Male grad stu-
dents preferred. Has everything, 10
minutes to campus. HI 9-2159 or TU
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'57 MG in good condition. Call 5-5805
before six. B'
1955 OLDS Super 88, green tutone, 4
door, clean, 54,000 miles, R and H,
auto trans., $450, NO 3-1941 after 5.
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1960 VW CONVERTIBLE 11,000 miles,
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B3
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57 Mercedez-Benz 190 SL. Black, new
tires, R&H, Only $2295. Caall NO 3-
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STUDIO, 1600 sq. ft., Music, Dance, Re-
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Bell, 2-5 year lease. Call Lansing, ED
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FEATURE RIDES
BARBECUE RIDES
Call NO 3-5010
M5
'56 FORD CONVERTIBLE. Standard
shift, T-bird engine, reasonable. Call
NO 5-9556. B6
EXQUISITE DRESS, London purchase
high fashion, brown and gold cocktail
type, never worn. Size 9-10. Call NO
3-5108 after 7 P.M. B5
V.M. PORTABLE tape recorder with
microphone, Phono-jack and five
reels of tape. $75 ($190 new). Call
2-2409. Bi
DRUM SET, Gretch broadcaster, 5 unit;
Close-out savings-Regular $600, now
for only $375. Also used Conn Saxa-
phone and tape recorders. Ann Arbor
Piano and Organ Co., 213 E. Washing-
ton. NO 3-3109. B48
GREAT DANE. Male fawn. 9 wk. A.K.C.
HI 9-4536. B5
BIGGEST used motor scooter bargain.
One year old Cushman, new condi-
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NO 3-4211. B33
ELECT REPRESENTATIVES in to the
United Nations? OUTLAW WAR for
the individual under international
law? What power for peace does the
U.S. Constitution grant the inidivid-
Aal? Send $1.00 to Foundation for
Outlawing War. Box. Malibu, Calif.
for peace plan of 8,000 startling words.
B38
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
It is fall change over time. Time to
check your cooling system and put ini
ATLAS PERMA-GUARD anti-freeze.
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HOT COLOUR NEWS
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and matching belted vest.
Back of vest is in red,
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Capri's .. $10.98
Vest . ..$10.98

THE JUNIOR-SENIOR COUNSELING OFFICE
AND THE MICHIGAN UNION
present
"TRAINING IN LAW"
second in a series
with
PROF. ROY L. STEINHEIMER
professor of law and admissions officer
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LAW SCHOOL
OCTOBER 19, 1961
Third Floor Conf. Room

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WANTED: Ride to Gaylord-Petoskey
area, Oct. 20. Will share expenses. Call Read the Classifieds
Carol, NO 5-7711, Ext. 5212. G15
CHUCKLE AD RULES

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Read through the Classified Section of the Michigan Daily. Use
4, or 5 lines from the various advertisements and put them together
that they have an entirely different (and amusing) meaning.
WHOLE LINES MUST BE USED

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Mondays 9:308:30; Tues. thru Sat. 9:30-5:30
LLIETNS
STATE .and LIBERTY

7:3T P.M.

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Then paste the advertisements from which you have used WHOLE
lines on a sheet of paper. Underline the lines used from each ad. Below
write your completed CHUCKLE AD.
Write your name and address on the paper and bring or mails it
to the Michigan Daily Classified Department.
Only one entry to a person is accepted each day.
For the best CHUCKLE AD we receive each day through October,
we will give a FREE ticket to the Michigan; State, or Campus Theatres.
If your CHUCKLE AD is printed, come to the Daily and pick up
your ticket.
BE SURE TO READ THE RULES CAREFULLY
TODAY'S CHUCKLE AD WINNER
FRED RUSSEL KRAMER, 702 E. University
Fred-Please pick up your ticket at the Daily
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and Christine's supply you with potted plants.

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Winners (one man and
one woman student) will
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month beginning in Jan-
uary and ending in May.

25 SECOND PRIZES
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