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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Language Courses Expand, Improve

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.

premium placed on conversation
for its own sake.
Where the aim of the language
departments is improved conver-
sation skills, use of the language
laboratory is regarded as neces-
sary and almost indespensible for
purposes of practice.
Prof. O'Neill says the oral em-
phasis particularly in the first
semester, would be very difficult
without the aid of the lab as a
place where students may practice
out loud for considerable periods
of time. "It is very difficult to
do well in basic courses without
this exposure to material outside
of class," he says.
Perpetual Snafu
While regretting the "perpetual
snafu" of crowding in the lab,
Prof. Pott agrees on its usefulness,
since it has an impersonal at-
mosphere where students can.
speak and contrast their pronun-
ciation with that of the native
speaker without being embarrassed
by their mistakes.
The Russian department used
to use two forms of lab work, the
regular lab and a "'live lab" where
small groups of studenats practiced
pronunciation with a native
speaker.
Prof. Mersereau says although

students made fewer responses in
the second type of lab, there was
an advantage to having an in-
structor present to correct mis-
takes students sometimes do not
catch when listening to the tape
recordings.
Conversation Practice
Conversation practice for stu-
dents of Japanese and Chinese
comes partially in the lab 'but
mainly from the extra class ses-
sions and coffee hours held each
week. Language lab attendance is
not, compulsory in the department.
With the exception of the 10
per cent of entering students who
can meet the University's four-
semester proficiency requirement,
all literary college students have
at least one semester of foreign
language study before they grad-
uate.
But the number of students who
elect to take a third and fourth
year is increasing steadily due
both to rise in interest generally
and to the fact that more and
more entering students have al-
ready begun studying foreign lan-
guage in high school.
Widely Offered
This is particularly true of Ger-
man and the romance languages
which are more widely offered in

high schools throughout the coun-
try. It is beginning to be true of
Russian also, but the percentage
of students entering with advanc-
ed training in Russian is still very
small, Slavic languages depart-
ment chairman John Mersereau
says.
Classics department Chairman
Gerald F. Else says the majority
of freshmen entering the Latin
program have studied the lan-
guage in high school. Since so
many students enter with ad-
vanced credit, enrollment in sec-
ond year Latin is usually about
twice as heavy as in beginning
sections.
Gradual Rise
Several of the language depart-
ments are experiencing a gradual
rise in enrollment, but particular-
ly those whose subject has recently
become especially important to
American students because of the
world situation.
Prof. Joseph Yamagiwa, chair-
man of the Far Eastern languages
department says the undergradu-
ate program in Chinese and Jap-
anese has grown from about 18
students in 1937 to 130 at present.
Enrollnent in elementary Rus-
sian has increased from 40 stu-
. See 'INTENSIFIES,' Page 8

FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye-Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858 82
C-TED
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IS OUR BUSINESS
It is fall changeover time. Time
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put in ATLAS PERMA - GUARD
anti-freeze.
"You expect more from
Standard and you get it."
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NO 3-9168
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Call Classified between 1:00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone NO 2-4786

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1955 PORSCHE. Perfect condition.
paint, upholstery, tires, brakes,
gine. Call Chuck NO 3-3872.
1955 FORD 6-Overdrive, 1 owner,
condition. Telephone NO 5-7807
5:30 and all day weekends.
SIMCA, 1960-Grand large. Two-
hardtop, low mileage, excellent co
tion. $795 full price. Private ow
Call GI 3-5243.
VW '61 micro-bus, semi-camper in
fect cond. Call MICH. UNION,
216 or leave message at UNION
'54 STUDEBAKER Champion. RE
heater, overdrive, and rebuilt en
Used as prof essor'scommuter C
and dependable. $330. Call 663'
'59 RAMBLER-Two door Deluxe g
station wagon. Fine condition
performance. Automatic, radio,
gage rack. Original owner must
at sacrifice before Jan. 31. Cal
3-1885.
HI-FI, PHONO TV, and radio re
Clip this ad for free pickup and
livery. Campus Radio and TV, 3
Hoover. NO 5-6644.
A-1 New and Used Instrumeni
BANJOS. GUITARS AND BONGC
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1

LADY'S Raccoon Coat--size 12, good WANTED-2 busboys. Inquire after 6
condition. $39. Call 3-0680. B40 p.m. at NO 3-8581. H6

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DWELLERS
Don't you feel tired of walking all
over town to get your food and
study snacks? I
Is it worth it? when
RALPH'S MARKET
is right on 709 Packard, a smadd
jaunt without breaking your back?
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THE'
TREASURE MART
529 Detroit Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Phone NO 2-1363
Ann Arbor's Exclusive
Re-sale Shop
Everything on consignment
J12
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

WHITE STAG powder blue hooded ski
jacket. Size 14. Unused. Call NO 2-
0006. B7
2 SCOOTERS-Lambretta 150 and Vespa.
Graduating senior-best offer. Call NO
2-5196. B4
REGISTERED ITALIAN VIOLIN. Della
Costa 1750. Hill bow. Perfect condi-
tion. Call 3-1511, ext. 2978 or HA
6-9329-Mrs. Beltram. B6
DIAMONDS-Charles Reaver Co. is of-
fering for sale estate and imported
diamonds. For appointment call NO
2-5685 after 6 P.M. M2

ESTES ACRES
Mobile Home Center

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New-iUsed
2967 Packard
NO 8-8688
Ann Arbor
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GOOD FOOD in an international at-
mosphere. Meals Monday thru Satur-
day, lunch and dinner. $12.50. Call
Mrs. Griffee, NO 5-5703, 724 Tappan.
M8
ROOMMATE wanted to share big apart-
ment with two engineers second se-
mester. $40 a month. Call NO 2-7558.
505 N. Division. M7

ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords - $7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Military Supplies
SAM'S STORE
122 E. WASHINGTON

WEEKEND HOUSE PARENTS-Mature
adult couple needed for Washtenaw
County Juvenile Home. Give care to
13-16-year-old children. Write or tele-
phone Mr. Rome, Room 214, Wash-
tenaw County Building. H7
SECRETARY WANTED - Small office,
pleasant surroundings, half days,five
days per week. Write Box 26, Michigan
Daily. H91
PE RSON A LS
WANTED: Single apartment or large
room near campus. NO 8-8764. Li
THE CANDID photographs of the tray-
ing on the SAE hill are now devel-
oped. Any girls wishing to buy the
negatives of their pictures please
call Ross at NO 9-9384. F12
WITH ALL of this talk of stopping loit-
ering in the Union, I am glad that
there has been no interference in the
third floor washroom. F13
TODAY IS THE DAY?!
Dr. Canard will give his famous'
illustrated lecture on "Sex on the
UNIVERSITY CAMPUS." Be at
Auditorium E today at 3 p.m. F14
NARVY, my price has gone up, its ga*
to be $100 in play money. F15
DEAR JEAN, cold feet and faint heart
never won a man. Be warm. F16.
THREE LAW students invite one or
more girls to share in the prepara-
tion, cost, and consumption of meals
(especially dinner). NO 5-9237. F17
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC. Ad-
vice of physician on birth control
Professional counsel on marriage
problems. Clinic hours Tues., and
Thurs. 7:30-9. 201 E. Liberty., Call
NO 2-9281. F20
ADVENTURE IN EUROPE!,
59 days, by jet, $1495 all-inclusive.
Especially designed for University
students. All group participation is
optional. Your guide is a graduate
student at Michigan. He is multi-
lingual and has traveled extensively
in Europe, where he has many
friends who will meet the group to
share the little-known places of
interest and color in their "home-
towns." Included are ring-side seats
for the most important European
cultural events, as well as evenings
"on the town" (Paris, London,
Salzburg, Rome, Madrid, etc.).
For more information and a de-
tailed brochure, call NO 2-0592.
F2
RECORD OF "ALLEGRO" wanted for
collection. NO 3-1511, Ext. 2809. F27
FOR INFORMATION on U. of Chicago
Folk Festival, call NO 8-7548. P32
CAN WORK during intersession (2/2-
2/11). I've retailing experience. NO
3-7541, ext. 206. F6
NEED HELP with tutoring or typing?
Check the files at therLeague Under-
graduate Office. Sponsored by Stu-
dent Services Committee. F9
ALL SENIORS-Please pay senior dues.
$3 payable by check made out to
Senior Board may be mailed to 2528
SAB. F31

NEED FIFTH rthan to share a s
six room apartment with four
students. NO 5-0881.
2-ROOM apt. furnished. 1 or 2 me:
spring. Central location. Call
8-6018 after 6:00. Ask for Tim.
DESIRABLE ROOM, good location
expensive. NO 3-9161.
CLOSE TO STATE ST.: large furn
apartment. Call NO 2-7274.
LARGE DBLE. ROOMS available
1. Excellent location. NO 8-8764.
PARKING SPACE close to East C
$5.50 per month. Call NO 3-4322
LOT PARKING available. Call N
1443.
PLEASANT ROOM available Fe
Call NO 2-1143.
TWO-CAR shelters available at
Forest. Call NO 2-5035 after 6 p.m

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second semester to
ideal setup - close
call 3-2761.

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1-Back talk frpm Vicky Vaughn. White chanti-
cleer embroidered on back of this sassy shirtdress,
of silky combed cotton. No-collar neckline, roll-up
sleeves. Navy, bon bon pink or aqua. Sizes 5 to 15.
2-Waist goes willowy with embroidered lace motif
on this flirty bouffant. Reltex' carefree Dacron/
cotton broadcloth. 5-inch deep hem. In blue,
green, lemon or beigs. Sizes 5 to 15.
3-Fringe benefits have the fashion edge on Vicky
Vaughn's new season sheathing, at waist and
sleeves. Flax-weave Textured acetate,/rayn/
cotton blend. Gold or beige crossed with white.
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MICHIGANENSIAN
your yearbook
is now selling for
$6.50.

A distinguished address with
every modern apartment con-
venience .provided: Our own
bus service, large private bal-
conies for outdoor living, the
sophistication of a swimming
pool and sundecks, complete
building maintenance service,
trust-worthy domestics and un
derground parking at your op-
tidn, 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-,
ises.
NINE- OR TWELVE-MONTH LEA4
WITH PERMISSION TO SUBLE'I
UNFURNISHED, $98 to $330
FURNISHED, FROM $118
2200 Fuller Road Near North Camp
and Veterans Hospital
Phone NOrmabdy 3-0800, 5-9161
LARGE, furnished apartment for
3, or 4 persons. 910 West Washingt
NO 5-0763.
NICE ROOM, two blocks from cam;
one block from eating places. Qu
street. 3-4685, 3120 Forest Court.
ROOMS FOR MEN STUDENTS-Doub
and singles, linens furnished,
block from law school. 808 Oakla
STEADY MALE GRADUATE. Busin
or - Professional preference. Mode
clean, quiet home. Telephone:
2-4738.
THREE-BEDR6OM ranch home
Whitmore Lake. Completely furnish
Perfect for graduate student w
car. Call Detroit, TU 2-9661.
GIRL'S large single room in home 'w
other girls bly campus and hospit
Kitchen,. TV, auto, laundlry. V4
comfortable. NO 3-9232 late aftern
and evening.
SENIOR OR GRAD-Male needed
share exceptionally modern, attr
tive, furnished apartment. Local
3 blocks fror-4 campus. Call evenin
NO 3-2104.
LARGE HOUSE FQR RENT-Sleep
quarters for six; living, dining, k
chen, study, and laundry room w
automatic washer and dryer. Ave
able Feb. 18. Call NO 2-6427. C
APARTMENT - Unfurnished, 3-roo
stove, refrigerator, and utilities f
nished except electricity. Two boys
couple,babies welcome. Walking c
tance to 'campus. $80. 828 Brookwc
off Packard.
$95 - Modern, attractive, three-ro
apartment. Large living room w
fireplace, private entrance, unif
nished except for stove and refrig
ator: All utilities furnished. Availa
February 1. No children. 1708 Pa
ine. Call NO 3-3045. C

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