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.962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LLEGE ROUNDUP:
School Permits Communists To Speak

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.

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By SANDRA SANDELL
NEW YORK--The Administra-
tive Counlcil of the City Univer-
sity in mid-December lifted its ban
on Communist speakers.
The move climaxed a long series
of protest moves. by students both
at City University and on other
campuses.
Realizing' that the legality of
the action has been questioned, the
Administrative Council stated,
"Until there is further judicial or
legislative determination of this
question, the educational authori-
ties on each campus are legally
free to approve or disapprove in-
vitations to members of the Com-
munist party of the United States
as they were heretofore."
The council's report continued
by saying that the Administrative
Council would be liable to prose-
cute only if the granting of per-
mission to speak could be linked
to criminal intent.
* * *
NEW YORK--Student govern-
ment at Columbia University was
voted out of existence as of Jan. 1
in a three day referendum held
prior to the Christmas recess.
The proposed charter for a Stu-
dent Assembly to replace the Board
of Student Representatives was
defeated 690-378. The Jan. 1 lim-
it was decided last May when the
student body voted against contin-
uing the constitution of the
Board.
MOUNT PLEASANT - Eighty-
four faculty members at Central
Mibhigan University signed an
open letter, dated Dec. 25, to Pres-
ident Kennedy suggesting that at
least one naval vessel be assigned
to the task of transporting ex-
change students between the Unit-
ed States and other countries.
r twice a year.
The letter said that the , ex-
change of students and professors
will tend to increase our under-
standing of the problems of other
nations.
'* * *
F1LI.NT-The students at Flint
Community Junior College voted
443-238 against a resolution on the
abolition of the House Un-Ameri-
can Activities Committee in a spe-
cial election held Dec. 11 and 12.
Hugh Carr, president of the Stu-
Union To Sponsor
Twist Competition
A twist contest will be the fea-
tured event at the Michigan Un-
ion sponsored Sock Hop, tonight.
This, the last such dance be-
fore finals, will be held from 9:00
p.m.- to 12:00 p.m. in the Union
Ballroom.
Admission is $1.00 per couple.
Twisting music will be played by
the Class nen.

dent Government, said that the re-
sults of the election, in which
slightly more than 10 per cent of
the student body voted, are not
binding on the Student Govern-
ment.
Carr said that students seemed
apathetic and often not well in-
formed. Since members of SG had
studied the issue extensively, Carr
felt that they were more qualified
to consider the issue than the stu-
dent body.
ALBUQUERQUE - Approxi-
mately half of the University of
New Mexico faculty. early in De-
cember signed a petition oppos-
ing the investigation of the "Lo-
bo," the campus paper, by the
Board of Regents.
A letter accompanying the pe-
tition said that the faculty believes
that their views and those of the

Regents are basically the same in
that both groups are interested in
maintaining freedom of the stu-
dent press.
* * *
SPOKANE-A move which plac-
ed the budgeting of the $32,000
student activity fee at Gonzaga
University in the hands of a stu-
dent board of control was hailed
as a significant advance in the
operation of student government
by Ed Haasl, president of the As-
sociated Students, in a December
statement.'
The Rev. John P. Leary, S.J.,
president of the university, said
that the plan will allow the stu-
dent body to shoulder some of the
university's burdens.
* * *
* CONAKRY, Guinea-The High
Court of Conakry on Nov. 24 sen-

tenced five members of the Guin-
ean Teachers Union to jail terms
ranging from five to ten years
each.
The instructors were found guil-
ty of editing and distributing "a
mendacious and subversive docu-
ment" and of attempting to divide
and demoralize the young.
Three days later, following stu-
dent demonstrations in Conakry
protesting the action, the govern-
ment ordered all schools closed.
LOS ANGELES - Steve Murry
and Ed Klein of Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity at UCLA early in De-
cember invited Premier Nikita
Khrushchev to the Rose Bowl.
The message was intended to ex-
press the true meaning of Christ-
mas, the two explained and was
intended to show peaceful inten-
tions at the yuletide season.

PARKING SPACE close to East Quad,
$5.50 per month. Call NOE3-4322. C
SMALL OFFICE on Campus-Pleasant
and. quiet. Ideal set-up for Ph.D. can-
didate. $18.50/nth. Phone 66-58825.
C6
LARGE furnished apt. for 3 or 4. $160
a mo.; electric. 662-3871. C4
LOT PARKING available. Call NO 2-
1443. C31
PLEASANT ROOM available Feb. 1.
Call NO 2-1443. C30
NEWLY FURNISHED APT. Free utils.
Parking. NO 2-7409. C33
TWO-CAR shelters available at 1022
Forest. Call NO 2-5035 after 6 p.m. C22
CLEAN ROOM - total freedom. Near
campus. $9 weekly. Call Andy, 3-3901.
C5
FURNISHED apartment for married
couple. $75 per month. Hill at State.
February occupancy. NO 3-7847. C2
SMALL State Street furnished office.
Reasonable. NO 2-6474 or GL 3-8549.
C1
WOMAN GRAD STUDENT wanted to
share 5 rm. hse with 1 other woman.
Feb. 1-June 7. 2 miles from campus.
$40 month. Call NO 5-8183. El
THREE-BEDROOM ranch home on
Whitmore Lake. Completely furnished.
Perfect for graduate student with
car. Call Detroit, TU 2-9661. C3
HOUSE-Three bedroom unfurnished.
Near Eberwhite School. Garage, gas
heat. $115.

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estant Support of Religious Instruction
in Ontario Public Schools," Mon., Jan.
8, 4024 U.H.S., at 4:00 p.m. Chairman,
C. A. Eggertsen.
The Women's Research Club of the
University will meet on Mon., Jan. 8
at 8 p.m. in the West Conference Room
of the Rackham Building. Henrietta
Ten Harmsel will speak on: "Translat-
ing Some Poems by the Dutch Baroque,
Poet Jacobus Revius."
English Department Reading: Martin
Starkie, a distinguished English actor
and reader for the BBC, will present a
spoken anthology of English poetry from
Chauder to Dylan Thomas on Mon.,
Jan. 8 at 4:10 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell
Hall. Open to the public.
Placement
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, nlease cal Ext. 3544 for inter-
view appointments with the following:
MON., JAN. 8-
U.S. Marines-Exhibit will e be held
opposite cafeteria on ground floor of
Michiganl Union. Candidates interested
in obtaining Marine Corps commission
may talk with Capt. Patterson from
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Vacancies exist
for both ground & aviationtraining.
TUES., JAN. 9-
U.S. Marines-(See Mon.).
Y.W.C.A.-Feb., June & Aug. grads
for locations throughout U.S. WOMEN
with degree in any field of Liberal Arts
for recreation work. Also BA in Social
Work for social work positions. Many
other positions for Liberal Arts grads.
WED., JAN. 10-
U.S. Marines-(See Mon.).
FRI., JAN. 12-
Department of. the Navy-Interviewer
will be here to talk with any interest-
ed Management Intern candidates.
** .
Appointments should be made by 4
p.m. of the day prior to the interview.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.-
Large number of openings in various
fields. For Men: Accountant, Mkt.
Analyst, Research Statistician, Writer
(Public Relations), CE, IE, Assoc. Bac-
teriologist, Assoc. Biochem., etc. For

WOMEN: Accountant, Editor & Proof-
reader, Medical Secretary, Secretarial
Trainee, Translations Stenographer,
Assoc. Biochemist, etc.
Dura Business Machines, Inc., De-
troit, Mich.-Director of Marketing-
MA in Bus. Ad. & proven performance
in sales, sales mgmt., & sales training.
Also Sales Promotion Manager-BA in
Bus. Ad. & exper. required.
RTE Corporation, Waukesha, Wis. -
Recent grad or about to be graduated
EE who has potential for sales field.
York Corporation, York, Pa.-Open-
ings for Engineers (ME, EE, & IE), in
fields of sales, design & development,
product & application, product service,
and manufacturing. Eight-month plan
of post grad educ., combining class-
room & on-the-job training.
Telephone Co. of West Virginia,
Charleston,. Va.-Attn.: JTan. grads -
Mathematician for computing work.
PhD or MS in Math. Exper. not re-
quired.
Hancock Telephone Corp., Detroit,
Mich.-Sales Representative-BS in In-
dustrial Engrg. or equivalent; some ac-
counting, systems,4 procedures, etc.
Direct field sales exper. for at least 3
yrs. .. . mgmt. consulting in mfg. areas
desirable.
Roche Laboratories, Nutley, N.J. -
Young men interested in Pharmaceuti-
cal Sales. Degree in Pharmacy & basic
interest in selling. Also consider bkgd.
in biological, chemical or medical sci-
ences.
Vickers, Inc., Detroit, Mich. - Junior
Engineer-BS in Engrg. One year's de-
sign exper. in hydraulics.
Armour Pharmaceutical Co., Kana-
kee, IlL.-Opening in Market Research
Dept. for grad. with degree in Mar-
keting Research, Pharmacy, or related
subjects. Four or more yrs. mkt. re-
search exper. with pharmaceutical com-
pany preferred, but not essential if have
good knowledge of ethical drug prod-
ucts.
Conn. Civil Service-Asst. Superin-
tendent of Children's Home. Grad with
courses in sociology & 4 yrs. employ-
ment, not less than 2 in child caring
institution (1 yr. in supervisory ca-
pacity). Or completion of grad sch.
studies in social work & 2 yrs. exper:
Conn. residence waived. Closing date:
Jan. 24.
* * *
Please call General Div., Bureau of
Appts., 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for further
information.

Part-Time.
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these joos
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Building, during the following hours:
Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon
and 1:30 til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Jack Lardie,
Part-time Interviewer at NO 3-1511 ex-
tension 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
-Several salesmen to sell magazine
subscriptions.
-Several salesmen to sell men's
sportswear.
1-Graduate student to do an abstract*
1--To live in and supervise group ac-
tivities two nights during the week
4 p.m. until 10 p.m. and either
Saturday or Sunday 1 p.m. until
10:30 p.m., $1.25 per hour.
-Several busboys, 12:00-2:00 and
5:30-7:30. Pay rate is $1.00 per hour.
FEMALE
-Several waitresses, 12:00-2:00 and
5:00-7:30. Pay rate is 85c per hour.
1-Baby sitter and house keeper to
live in, evenings and weekends off.
Room and board plus salary.
1-Swimming instructor at least 24.
years old who is willing to instruct
older women. Prefer graduate stu-
dent.
1-Graduate student to do an abstract.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

FOR SALE: Used Royal Office Type-
writer. Pica, 12" carriage, reasonable.
Call 665-7959 after 5. B2
LADY'S Raccoon Coat-size 12, good
condition. $39. Call 3-0680. B40
DIAMONDS-Charles Reaver Co. is of-
fering for sale estate and imported
diamonds. For appointment call NO
2-5685 after 6 P.M..M2
REFRIGERATORS annd ranges - apt.
sized. $25 each. Call days NO 5-9114,
evenings NO 3-0434. B22

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FINDING HOLES in your winter
cloting? Find that the wind whis-
tles through and sends chills up
and down your spine? Then send
them to
WEAVE-BAC SHOP
224 ArcadeANO 2-4647
"We'll reweave them to look like new"
J2
ARE YOU a person who hates to spend
your hard earned money? If so come
to Ralph's Market, the enjoyable
place to buy enjoyable products from
friendly people. If you like to spend
money you will have even a better
time roaming around through all of
the goodies.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard J12
2200 Fuller Road
DOES FOOD leave you listless? Is that
your problem, Bunky? Then try a
Schwabenburger. You haven't tasted
anything until you have one at
Schwaben Inn. J71
BEFORE yot buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. Jil
RITZ BEAUTY SALON

GRAD GIRL wants Furnished Apt. Feb.
1. Call NO 3-1561, ext. 422. M4
WANTED: girl to share furnished apt.
Call householder at NO 2-5035 after
6 p.m. M12
TWO February graduates want third
girl to share modern, gracefully fur-
nished apartment near campus. Call
Ruth, NO 3-1561, EXt. 400. M2

W,

STUDIO, 1600 sq. ft., Music, Dance, Re-
ducing, Ceramic, large assembly room
33x15, 4 smaller rooms, over Pretzel
Bell, 2-5 year lease. Will sell entire
building of 3 floors. Call Lansing,
ED 7-9305. RO

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La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, Jan. COMPLETE LINE OF BEAUTY WORK
8, 3-5 p.m., 3050 FB- I

WANTED: Student help to work after-
noons in clothing store. Experienced
preferred. Call Wild's. H2
STUDENT MANAGER for apartment
building at South University. Re-
duction on rent and opportunity to
earn extra money a few hours each
week doing janitor, work. Write Mil-
ler Dairy Farms, Eaton Rapids, Mich-
igan. Hl

* * *
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, Jan. 7,
2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron Street
Entrance.

605 E. WILLIAM
PHONE NI 8-7066

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INTELLECTUALS"

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