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Report Says DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Architect'S For Direct Classified Ad S
Enrolment A wards A id[ from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through
(Continued from Page 4) be held In the Third Floor Conference
Rmr of the Mich. Union from 4:15 to e
5:15. Fields of Journalism, Retail WorkrT o
4) present a sonata recital on Mon. eve- & Social Work will be represented. Also S tudentsa.8 83 ~m nAuA MiCH A
O n.Lpsw in Angell Hall. Sonatas they will perform so: Women's League. Co-Sponsor: MICHIGA
are by Milhaud, Dalapiccola, Mozart sea'e fron CLASSIFIEDD
By PATRICIA O'CONNOR and Walter Piston. Open to the pub- By LOUISE LIND
"Increased enrollment of women POSITION COPEINGS: "hr ee' n rzswe A
Isiki c Councilof Girl Scouts, Mt. "There weren't any prizes when WANTED-Soph. or Freshman male stu- LIN ES 1 DAY 3
stands as an important factor in The Women's Research Club of the Clemens, Mich.-Attn.: Jan. grads for I was a student here during the dent (preferably) for job as part-
the total enrollment rie in higher Univesityi.m eint on Mon.,n., position as District Adviser. Adminis- Thirties, and things were pretty not necessary. Write do Box 100, 2 .7
at 8:00 p~m.in the West onference ttiveio &&work ia ein-,whplanning, itrrt-tm a tto tedn.Eprec
education from the fall of 1957 Room of the Rackham Building. Hen- tidance with adult vonteers. rough!" Walter Anicka, Ann Arbor Michigan Daily. H4 8
until 1960 according to a report rietta Ten Harmsel will speak on: Degree with bkgd. in social sciences, architect, emphasizes.
published by the U.S. department "Translating Some Poems by the Dutch Residence in Macomb County. Car nec- In order to provide a means for WANTED: Student helpto work after-
Baroque Poet Jacobus Revius." .Grne nodrt rvd en o noons in clothing store. Experienced4
of Health, Education, and Welfare. essary. financially distressed architecture preferred. Call Wild's. H2
Wnrollment increases for the English Department Reading: Martin City of Willard, Willard, Ohio-Seek- students to help themselves and to 5 average
takeaditnuseEgihatrng applicants for position of City"STDN MA GE foaprmn Figure Saeae
nine consecutive years from 1951 ar the ls a Manager. Appropriate training & exper. pay the debt he felt he "owed the STUD T MANAGER for a
ar nn-ndreaderortheBBCEwilpresnta desired. Population of city is 5,457. University," he created the Wal- building at South University. Re-Phone N
to 1960 result in part from an in- spoken anthology of English poetry Drake Personnel, Inc, Chicago, Il.trAicaPie kthPrbes ern n retany afewpoursteach
flux of World War II and Korean from Chaucer to Dylan Thomas on -Cient farmin South seeks raperien- ter Anicka Prize Sketch-Problems earn extra money a few hours each
Mon., Jan. 8 at 4:10 p.m. In Auditor- CinfrmnSotsekpren- week doing Janitor work. Write Ml-
War veterans, but the continuing ed Hospital administrator. Reputation competition several years ago. icr r Fa r E o . Mich-
rise v since the maJor influx is at- tend .at present location should be very good. The contest annually offers two igan. H1
tributed to women. " "Agerange of 35-45. Excellent starting $150 tuition awards; one each to
salary. the frshman -ophomor and T
Of the 541,590 additional sty- Walker Manufacturing Co., Jackson, the freshman - sophomore and I1I
dents appearing from 1957 to 1960, Events TuesdMich.-Following openings: Contact junior-senior divisions.
Aernauica andearsngrrnauticalo 196g, gnr.-Original Equipment (ME or EE NwPie E L E T T
women comprise a larger percen- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- grad with automotive bkgd.); Research ew rizes
neering Seminar: Prof. M. Z. V. Krzy- & Development Engnr. (ME, EE, Math, This year the prizes' went to PIANO AND ORGAN lessons. Beginners
tage than men. In long term stud- woblocki of Michigan State University or Physics majors with up to 3 yrs. Charles A. Ahlstrom, '62A&D, and and advanced. Mr. & Mrs. Otto. Gal
ies with figures from 1939, the will speak on "Electro-Magnetic Wave exper.); Cost Estimator (IE, ME, or Charles Johnston, '63A&D INCOME PROPERTIES for sale, call us NO 8-8940. 415
increase in enrollment has been Propagation in Turbulent Media," General Business grad with basic knowl- for complete information on several
greater for men than for women, Tues., Jan. 9, 4:00 p.m., Room 1504 edge of accounting). "The response on the part of properties with terms ranging from BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
but figures fro recent years in East Engineering Bldg. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak the students has been tremen- $1,500 down. the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
t gre r re e ain on the United Nations Un-Ridge, Tenn.-Asst.. Technical Editor, dous," Anicka observed, "not terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Un-
dicate a greater relative gain for SeminarUpreferably Jan. grad interested in med- ' cevrsityd u-88. J
.wimen than men. versity: Third session: The Objectives ical journalism. Degree in one of sci- much due to the prize money, but RBORvN
and Functions of a UN University. Or- ences and/or journalism with leaning because the problem to be solved SSOC IATES,
Reversing a former trend, wo- ganized by the ACWR's Department of toward science. Application blanks1'
Studies on the United Nations: Discus- available at Bureau. is more like real architectural
~ sants: Inis L. Claude, Professor of Po- Near East College Association, Inc..- practice than anything they have REALTORS
constituted a larger porportion of litical Science; Robert C. Angell, Pro- At American College for Girls in Is- encountered." 1829 W. Stadium at Pauline NO 5-9114
the number of continuing students fessor of Sociology; and Eric Stein, tanbul, Turkey, there are 2 openings: R2InPtheoarchitecturewcollegeotuetsiglomnoIheachtcur olee
to sudets erolingProfessor of International Law. The 1) Dean of Students. Single woman or _____h_____h______________,_
as opposed to students enrolling session will be held on Tues., Jan. 9, widow with MA & exper. as. Dean or students are assigned perhaps only _GRAD GIRL wants Furnished Apt. Feb
r the first time. at 7:30 p.m., Room 3529, student Ati- Asst. Dean. Appointment for 3 yrs. of one sketch-problem per semesterACS 1. Call NO 3-1561, ext. 422. M4
vities Building. For additional infor- 10 months each beginning August, 1962
The largest fv yr laive yer e ativemton, contact ACWR's fc,254) eraytoDn officege.25341 and are given from eight weeks to M bl ~ eCne ATD ilt hr unse p.
gains in enrollment by women in SAB. woman with BA & office exper., pref- the whole term to solve it. Mobile Home Center W TD: girl to share furnished apt.
four year institutions occur in the erably at college or univ. Appointment real practice, however, an archi- Ca householder at
technological and professional of 3 yrs. of 11 months each, beginning tect often must complete a sketch N- 6p.Used
schools specializing inl medicine, Pl7acement Sept., 1962.I' .uV U ..J
hnNew York Life Insurance Co., N.Y., overnight, he said. TWO February graduates want third
laW, business, pharmacy and op- Beginning the week of Monday, Jan N.Y.-Attn.: Jan. grads & alumni. 1) This is the real pressure on an 2967 Packard iare er au
8, the following schools will be at the WOMEN to fill position of Research nished apartment near campus. Call
tometry. The report concludes that Bureau to interview candidates. Analyst in Research Div. 2) Men & architect that students do not
this data indicates an increasing MON., JAN. - WOMEN for various positions in Group get," Anicka commented. "I set up
trend toward preparation of wo- Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (Cranbrook Insurance Dept. No specific major re- this program to give students some Ann Arbor
een for these professions. Academy)-Engl,, French/Span, French o quired for either of these positions, practical experience."
enGerman. although courses in math, statistics,prciaexren.
These gains are arising par- Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'Anse Cruse econ., ace't., & social sciences helpful. Faculty Selected m1Pb.oGr aiof
ticulrly n puliclyconPub.e Sch's.)-E l e; e cm. Vocal;Jr ~ eeral aptitude for math & writing The sketch-problem of, the An-
ticularly ini publicly cotole S1 Slow Learners. Feb. candidates only. ability desirable.cacmeiini eetdb h
technological and professional Southgate, Mich. (Heintzen Pub. icka competition is selected by the
schools and thereby concur with Schs.)-E Elem.; Jr. HS Engl/Math. PG D B faculty of the architecture college
xthe increasing proportion of total Te. ana9- nl. las300caBl 3544lDiv, urer and must be completed in one MODERN, furnished, 2-bdrm., apt. Gar-
TUES., JAN. 9-- Appts., 3200 BAB, Ext. 3544 for further bage disposal, parking & laundry fa-
degree credit enrollment in pub- Detroit, Mich.-All fields. information. weekend. Thus, it is hoped, It will Cilities near campus and hospital.
licly controlled institutions. . WED., JAN. 10- encourage quick creative thinking Call NO 5-5098. 09
San Diego, Calif.-All fields. SUMMER PLACEMENT: and the ability to express ideas
An aeven greater upswing in THURS., JAN. 11-- Camp Walden-Neal Schecter & Larry limited tim PARKING SPACE close to East Quad,
enrollment in publicly controlled San Diego, Calif.-Al fields. Stevens will interview on Jan. 9. Cod PnApaperAinalimieetEse.H Quad,
institutions is indicated by an in- Fprt Huron Mich.-Elm.c(grades amp near Cheboygan, Mich. Looking A jury consisting of Anicka Matching mahogany stand. Excellent
for all types of counselors.. -and six to eight members of the condition. $79. Phone NO 5-5469. B SMALL OFFICE on Campus-Pleasant
a sro goment in these institutions. - MON., JAN. 15- Clary Mr. Hada w i - faculty selects the winners. "We and quiet. Ideal set-up for Ph.D. can-
Erie, Mch.-E. Elem.-Feb. andi-sMr.Clark & Mr. Haddad will interview HI-FI, NO TV, and radio repair. didate. $18.50/mth. Phone 66-58825.
A current increase in the growth dates only . students, male & female for part-time don't look 5o much for proes- Clip this ad for free pickup and de- C6
fJunior 'colleges also prevails. For appointments and additional in-fulltime work. Pleasant work, no can- sionalism, as we do to see how livery. Campus Radio and TV, 325 E.
Th growth cout s an prt for.formation contact the Bureau of Ap- vassing, car necessary, opportunity for well the student has grasped the Hoover. NO 5-6644. J LARGE furnished apt. for 3 or 4. $160
This. ;growth accountsSAB, 6631511, Ext management. Interview Wed., Jan. 10amo;ecti.6237.C
the increased trend toward public pointments, 3200SAB,6631511, Ext. from 2:00 on, in Room 30, Michigan problem and how efficiently he A-1 New and Used Instruments a mo.; electric. 62-3871. 04
3547'. Union. has solved it,' Anic~a pointed out. BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS LOT PARKING available. Cal NO 2-
institutionssince junior g.Melody Fair-Summer stock outfit of Some of the men who won Rental Purchase Plan LOT PvC
along with teachers colleges con- Overseas, Teaching: A representative Buffalo, N.Y., will be coming to cam- PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR 1443. 031
stitute a large percentage of pub- of the Air Force will be in Ann Arbor pus to interview male & female sing- priZes have been employed by the 119 W. Wasingo NO 2-1834 PLEASANT ROOM available Feb. 1.
enrollment. Although 592 per to interview teachers for the Depend- ers for summer stock 1962, late in Jan. Anicka firm. Call NO 2-1443 30
lie ent's Schools overseas on January 5 or early in Feb. 'll hire a oung graduate just
cent of the 1960 enrollment was in and 6. Requirements for teaching in- * * U
public institutions the figure lude United States citizenship, as- Come to Summer Placement Service, starting out in architecture if I NEWLY FURNISHED APT. Free ut.l4.
bachelor's degree from an accredited 212 SAB, for further information, think he really has it," Anicka
would be reduced to 49.9 per cent college, two years teaching experience
if junior colleges and teachers in the field for which application is - mentioned. "You can tell when he TWo-CAR shelters available at 1022
colleges were disregarded. being made, a valid teaching certifi- really has it, and it's interesting Forest. Call NO 2-5035 after 6 p.m. 22
legeer19 sranded.,cate and satisfactory recommendations. ORGANIZATION L help him out and see how far ADMIRAL Record Changer and Rai WOMAN GRAD STUDENT wanted to
Between 1959 and 1960, the pro- For appointments contact Miss Mar- O G,,ZTIr, t h.phinot-nd4e hw .rADIRL a s yam. hswth 1other woan
portion of instituttors with an en- jorie Fuller, Overseas Placement Offi- NOTICES hegoes'_FOR SALE: Used Royal Office Type- Feb. 1-June 7. 2 miles from campus.
rollment below 200 decreased while cer, Civilian Personnel Office, Selfridge writer. Pica, 12" carriage, reasonable. $40 month. Call NO 5-8183. El
Air Force Base, 'Mich. For additional writer._._Pica,_12"_carriage,_reasonable._$40_moth._CamN__5-8_83._E
the proportion with an enrollment information contact the Bureau of Ap- MSUEeCai 665-7959 after 5. B2 TRE-BEDROOM ranch home on
above70,L00increasedEnrollmentointments, 3200 SAB, 63-1511,Ext La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, Jan. LADY'S Raccoon Coat-size 12, good Whtmor ke. C etely furnishd
clustering around 100-2499 showed 358, 3-5 p.m., 3050 FB. Hits R ecor Highcondition. $39. Call13-0680. B40 Perfect for graduate student with
:rae ANUCMETte *L'cr. all Detroit, TU 2-661. 3
.greaterpreponderance in 1960 ANNOUNCEMENT:Career Panel for * * * DIAMONDS-Charles Reaver Co. is of-
than in 1959. - men & women on Tues., Jan. 9, will Lutheran Student Assoc., Jan. 7, 7 Michigan State University en- fering for sale estate and imported
p.m., Hill & Forest Ave., Luth. Stud. rolment for the winter term has diamonds. For appointment call NO
Ctr. Speaker: Sharon Jeffrey, "My View 2-5685 after 6 P.M. M2
of West Africa Today." reached an all-time high of 23,-
577 students. REFRIGERATORS annd ranges - apt.
Women's Senate, Meeting, Jan. 9, 4:15 This total includes the East . $5 ech. Call days NO 5-9114,T W ERS
Your Fashion Dollar Is Worfh More p.m., League, Henderson Rm. Lansing and Oakland campuses
and resident centers around the
Read the Classifieds state. The previous winter-term APARTMENTS
eanrllment was 22165.i I itd-f |[ A distinguished address with

wervice, Phone NO 2-4786
Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

Army-Navy Oxfords - $7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69
Military Supplies
Food, kitchen utensils, friendliness.
All this and much more at
709 Packard
529 Detroit Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Phone NO 2-1363
Ann Arbor's Exclusive
Re-sale Shop
Everything on consignment
PHONE NI 8-7066
We service al makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales
814 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858 S2




off corner
at rear


rof S. Un
s Theatre
of shop.

FASHION CATCH of the season for shoppers who
know remarkable values when they see them!
EACH SUIT, coat or dress'in this sale shows, in fab-
ric, quality, tailoring and detail, that it's worth
for more than the sale price.
EVERY WINTER COAT, all-weather coat, rain or
shine coat, bra, girdle, hat, piece of jewelry, pair
of gloves was selected from our regular stock
and is marked at fabulously low .


8 Nickels Arcade NO 2-2914


GLll V1i111VrilV " wv r v.+.


every modern apartment con-
venience provided: Our own
bus service, large private bal-
SECRETARY, FULL TIME, accurate conies for outdoor living, the
typist for small office. Please write sophistication of a swimming
full details of training and experi- pool and, sundecks, -complete
ence including phone number and building maintenance service,
salary desired to P.O. Box 1111, Ann trust-worthy domestics and un-
Arbor. H3 derground parking at your op-
____________________- tion, individual room heat and
airconditioning controls, color
co-ordinated kitchens and baths.
Studios with dressing room,
one-, two- and three-bedroom
apartments available on most
floors with heat, water, range,
refrigerator included in rental.
We invite your inspection of our
model apartments on the prem-
a i EUNFURNISHED, $98 to $330
2200 Fuller Road Near North Campus
Ann Arbor, NO 3-0507 and Veterans Hospital
Phone NOrmandy 3-0800, 5-9161

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