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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'lta College Opens in Midland

. Michigan's newest community
college, Delta.-College at Midland,
accepted its first freshmnan class
this fall.
Opening of the institution clip
maxed several years of work by a
group of tri-county, community
and educational leaders.
Plans were first conceived in
1952 when Midland and Saginaw
began thinking in terms of sep-
arate community colleges.
Similar College
A similar school was already in
operation in Bay City, and the
plan for a single school to serve
Midland, Bay City and Saginaw
was formulated in 1955, from the
plans for the three individual in-,
stitutions. It was voted into exist-
ence by the taxpayers May 28,
1958.
Details for the actual, construc-
tion of Delta College were worked
out by a nine-man board of trus-

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.

tees, supplemented by interested
community groups.
The modern new structure,
which stands on the Bay County
site, cost $8 million to build.
Below Average
Surveys over the past two years
have shown that college attend-
ance among students from the
tri-county Saginaw Valley area is
below the national average. Lo-
cal parents are hoping that the
new college will help to raise this
average.
Leaders of industry, agricul-
ture and commerce have expressed
the belief that the key to future
prosperity for the growing area is
higher education.
Cite Resources
They cite the chemical indus-
try centered in Midland and Bay
City, the automotive industries in
Saginaw and the vast potential,
available to the Saginaw Valley

since the opening of the St. Law-
rence Seaway.
They are "looking for young
people, the new talent coming
from colleges and universities to
spearhead and then uphold the
inevitable advance of all phases
of life in the community as
throughout the nation."
Products of technology are par-
ticularly visible at the new col-
lege, especially in the audio-vis-
ual aids which will be the media
of education for the 1,800 students
entering this fall.
Electronic Systems
Franklin Bouwsma, director of
educational television and radio
for the school, emphasizes the fact
that Delta will have electronic
teaching systems which will com-
pare favorably with those used by
any other college in the nation.
Four television units will be in
operation for both daytime and
evening classes. The instructor in
a TV-equipped room will need
only to select his channel in ac-
cordance with the program need-
ed to supplement instruction.'
FM Available
For its radio signals, Delta will
be equipped with eight radio
channels. Eighty will actually be
available if the college decides to
use the FM system, Bouwsma said.
Several different subjects will
be broadcast for anyone who
wishes to listen. The language
laboratory will be served entirely
by audio aids.
The college will feature two
separate curricula. The, College of
Letters (liberal arts) will be sim-
ilar to the University's literary

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WELCOME BACK
STUDENTS !
For the largest hamburger in town
visit
SCHWABEN
INN
for a
"Schwabenburger"

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

UNIVERSITY LAUNDROMAT
"For your every Laundry need"

215 Ashley

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Shirt Service

Dry Cleaning

One-Day Laundry Service
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE

HURON RIVER STABLES
Equitation School
Ride For Credit!
Spec, rates and transportation for
phys. ed classes and Univ. riding
club. Private lesons g in classes in
jumping and dressage. Horses
boarded and trained. Jimmy and
Pat Alder-NO 3-3509. M2

1327 S. University

NO 8-8412

SPACIOUS 4 room furnished apt. en-
tire second floor, NO 2-0144. Cli
FURNISHED 5 room apt. located at
1311 Wilmot. Ideal for 4 or 5 people.
Call. NO 2-7787 or inquire at 1207
Packard. CID
ROOM 80' X 45' available to industrious
person, 30 desks included with one
3' k 1" x 6' white pine board. Come
to the Michigan Daily. El
FURNISHED 4 room apartment. West-
side. Utilities except electric furnish-
ed. For a couple or 2 persons. $79.50.
Call 2-8770. C7
MALE Graduate Students-a. half of
a large double room with a large
porch. A double room with a half
bath. Also one large double room.
In southeast section. NO 2-1465. E2
FOR A GIRL student or teacher at
the home of a faculty woman, no
other roomer. Kitchen privileges for
breakfast. NO 8-7953. C6
for yourself how you get more
apartment for, the money at
Huron Towers.
MODELS.
OPEN
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily
and Sunday
SCHEDULE OF RENTALS
Studio.............$ 98 to 126
1-Bedroom...........120 to 180
2-Bedroom .......... 225 to 270
3-Bedroom ...........'270 to 330
(Rentals include heat, water,
Frigidaire range and refriger-
ator, swimming pool.)
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
HURON
TOWERS
APARTMENTS
2200 Fuller Road
NOrmandy 3-0800, 5-9161
C9
WARM pleasant quiet apt, to share
with one mature graduate girl or
teacher. 4 rooms and bath, $65 per
month, NO 2-5443 evenings, NO 3-
1511, ext. 3001 8-5. CS
THREE SINGLE ROOMS; rent to male
students; use of bath, showers. Call
NO 2-3510. C5
GRADUATE STUDENTS, 2 rooms, 1
large with 2 beds, 1 single room, NO
8-7697. EE4
CLOSE TO CAMPUS. Furnished double
rooms. See Ted Hartz. 913 E. Huron.
NO 5-4503 or NO 8-9379. EE1

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Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone NO 2-4786

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W(elco'tne 4'l. tt. tuent4

The curtain is going up on what's new and impor-
tant for your wardrobe for fall and winter. We'll
be looking forward to seeing you . . helping you
to plan a smart, balanced wardrobe for this
sparkling fashion season.
We haves a beautiful array of SWEATERS of every"
description and color to match our SKIRTS, SLACKS,
s-t-r-e-t-c-h PANTS and KILTS - BLOUSES and
CASUAL DRESSES all by famous makers - Koret
of California, Lofties, Catalina, Wardrobemaker,
Macshore, and moderately priced to fit your budget.
BARNARD'S Catrpu4 CauaI4

ONE-DAY
.70
.85
1.00

SPECIAL
SIX-DAY
RATE
.58
.70
.83

college.
The
Service
trade,
grams,

Adult Education
College of Community
will include technical,
semi -professional pro-
improvement courses and

I I I 'S. University Ave.

Phone NO 3-2605

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adult education.
There is also a nursing school
combining liberal arts and tech-
nical courses.
Delta will operate on the tri-
mester system, with three separ-
ate marking periods spanning the
entire calendar year. It is not yet
certain whether it will eventually
become a four-year college.
Earlier this yar, a billwhich
would have added the third and
fourth years to the present two
years of junior college died in the
State Senate Education Commit-
tee.
They consider it a certainty
that the issue will eventually be
re-introduced in the Legislature.
Group To Air
Ma or Cause
Of Accidents
The single car accident, ac-
counting for -aproximately 30 per
cent of Michigan highway deaths,
will be studied at a conference at
9:15 a.m. Tuesday in the Rack-
ham Aud.
The "Ran-Off Roadway" con-
ference is sponsored by the Auto-
mobile Club of Michigan's Safety
sand Traffic Division, and the
University's Transportation Insti-
tute and Extension Service, the
state police, the state Department
of Public Instruction, the City of
Detroit, road commissions and
various safety organizations.
Speakers from the major auto-
mobile corporations and the var-
ious sponsoring organizations will
address the conference.
Offer Studies,
For 'Gifted'
Twenty top - ranking freshmen
of the University Medical School
will enroll in a special studies pro-
gram starting Monday, designed to
provide a broad educational chal-
lenge for gifted students through
the use of outside research and
special tutelage.
The students, selected for scho-
lastic ability and motivation for
research within the field of medi-
cine, are free to drop the extra
program at any time.

SWEATER SALE
ALL STYLES
$4.88
AND 'UP
SAM'S STORE
122 E Washington
W5
BARGAIN!! BARGAIN!!
1942 EDSEL in perfect shape, available
for hour, day, week, semester, year, or
longer. Call Michigan Daily. W4
FOUND-Maroon glasses in third floor
SAB, Student Loan office. AS
LOST in vicinity of Student PubI.
Bldg., white' woman's wallet, reward
for return of all identification papers.
Return to Bus. Office of Mich. Daily.
A9
VALUABLE ITEM somewhere in Ann
Arbor. Believed to have dropped in
store, restaurant, or on street. Ex-
tremely anxious to find soon. Re-
ward: will predict your past or guess
your age. Please bring to the Michi-
gan Daily. A7
in1

Mv. wNv %w"

ALL ROADS LEAD TO
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
"We're happy to have
you back on campus."
STOP IN AND SEE US FOR
that midnight snack
FRESH CIDER
PICNIC FOOD
SUNDAY
LOX & BAGELS
Open 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
RALPH'S
(afternoon delivery)

RITZ BEAUTY SALON
Complete Line of Beauty Work
605 t. William
Phone NO 8-7066
J6
EVERYTHING FROM
pencils to playing cards
souvenirs to supplies
rentals to repairs
MORRI LL'S
314 S. State NO 3-2481
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
2967 Packard NO 8-8668

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RIDE WANTED to Des Moines, Iowa
any weekend in Sept. or Oct. Call
NO 2-5631, Deanne Doebeli, if I'm
not there please leave a message. GI
GOING WEST?
WE WILL SHARE EXPENSES. Must
have roomy car to accommodate 4
medium-sized women, 3 birds, 2 dogs,
1 cat, 2 trunks, and 8 suitcases. Ex-
cellent conversationalists. Some
knowledge of driving. G12

BATHTUB. Holds one adult or two chil-
dren. Available Monday and Tuesday
only. 54c an hour. Free water. 02
ROOMS FOR MEN. 707 South Division.
Two double rooms; nicely furnished.
Large, clean, and attractive. Call NO
3-3178. EE3
QUIET LARGE ROOM. For graduate or
businessman near north campus.
5643 Geddes Rd. HU 2-4959. EE2
THREE ROOM completely furnished
apartment $65/month. Whitmore Lake
HI 9-2282. C4
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
HAUNTED HOUSE. Complete . with
drawbridge, broken windows, hourly
screams, and well-placed trap doors.
Nightly storms and lightning guaran-
teed. Ideal for wealthy family with
clinging relatives. C1

TYPEWRITERS
You'll Need One This Year
So why not
SAVE
And RENT one from
MORR I LL'S
portables - standards
Interested in having
your own typewriter?
All Name Brands At
MORRI LL'S

WE REPAIR Luitd, bagplups, casale-
racks, and other similar instruments.
See Andy. X4
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X6
Best Deals in Town
on
TRADE INS
BIG BUYS on
TAPE
1200 Acetate
ONLY 1.39
Guaranteed To Satisfy

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Micelneos6'FrSl

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This property has extra country home building sites.
Lake can be made larger by dredging a small channel and closing
dam.
LAND AND TWO HOMES
Total property . . . $33,500.00
TERMS

FOR SALE 1936 Buick, excellent con-
dition. $450.00. Plymouth GL 3-7834.
B5
GREAT DANE. Male fawn. 9 wk. A.K.C.
HI 9-4536. B4
INCOME PROPERTIES for sale, call us
for complete information on' several
properties with terms ranging from
$1,500 down.
RBOR
SSOC I ATES,
REALTORS
1829 W. Stadium at Pauline NO 5-9144
R2
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS, A.K.C. sired
Mother from Alaska, ideal pets. HU
3-5015. B7
WOLLINSAK Hi-Fidelity electronic tape
recorder designed for memory work
with auto-wind and, playback fea-
ture. $150. Call NO 5-7161. B6
SLIGHTLY USED CABOOSE. Just paint-
ed bright red. Sleep two. Ready to
roll. 100 feet of railroad track free!
First $200 takes it. Come to B & O
Freight Yard after midnight and ask
for Joe. Bring flashlight, tow truck,
and chain. What a Bargain! BI
'58 TARILLA MOTOR SCOOTER, 2,800
mi., reasonable bffer accepted, NO
2-1873. .B8

314 S. State

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NO 3-2481
J2

C-TED
STANPDARD
SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE
IS OUR BUSINESS
f
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

GET YOUR
FALL CLOTHES READY!
ARE THERE ANY MOTH HOLES?
WHAT ABOUT TEARS or BURNS
WEAVE-BAC SHOP
224 Arcade NO 2-4647
"We'll reweave them to look like new"
J12
COME IN
AND B ROWS E
Al,
THE
TREASURE
MART

STERO & HI FI Equipment, new and
used, major brands, complete sys-
tems, from $100 up. FORMA COM-
'PANY, NO 3-7851 or 3-4035. B9
FOR SALE: '56 All-State Motorbike,
excellent /condition, $90., NO 8-7428.
B9
1960 VW CONVERTIBLE 11,000 miles,
}excellent condition. NO 3-1004. B3
NOW ON SALE
MY THRILLING LIFE STORY as told to
my'lawyer. Read about my beautiful
secretary, my faithful wife, and my
darling housekeeper., Follow the ex-
citing chapters of life, love, and a.
climactic chase as I'm caught,"beaten,
sued, fined, and jailed. B2

We are

EXPERTS

on HI Fl Repairs
Tape Recorder
Phonographs to
RENT
Diamond Needles
from 2.98 up
Ann Arbor
Hi Fi & TV Center
304 S. Thayer
Across from Hill Auditorium
NO 5-8607

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529 Detroit St.

NO 2-1363

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