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Y, MARCH 1, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EXPERIMENTAL VARIABLES:
Pharmacy Lab Controls Environment

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4736
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'till 11:30 A.M.

BY MICHAEL HYMAN
The controlled environment lab-
oratory of the pharmacy college,
directed by Prof. A. G. Paul, con-
trols several important experimen-
tal variables.
The lab, which began operations
a semester ago, can control sev-
eral ecological factors among
which are temperature, humidity
and light intensity. Purchased
through funds provided by the Na-
tional Science Foundation, the
lab's purpose is the improvement
of undergraduate instruction and
graduate research.
Last semester undergraduate
students used the lab in an experi-
ment which required strictly con-
trolled conditions. The mint plant
produces menthol and menthone-
menthol is a desired natural me-
dicinal compound. There is an
equilibrium in the production of

menthol and menthone in the mint
plant, Prof. Paul said.
Touch of Menthol
When menthone (a ketone) is
produced from menthol (an alco-
hol), there is a set ratio of the
amount of product (menthone) to
reactant (menthol). Light inten-
sity is postulated to have an ef-
fect on this eqa iibrium. The more
intense the light under which the
plant is grovn, the larger propor-
tion of menthol there is to men-
thone. The student confirms this
in the lab.
The lab, which controls light in-
tensity on the plants grown, is
utilized for the precision necessary
in measuring the' amounts of light
used. The lab can also time-clock
the light used or simulate day-
night conditions in light intensi-
ty, Prof. Paul explained. Thus the
students, through the lab, can de-

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termine the effects of light in-
tensity on the menthol-menthone
equilibrium.
An experiment planned for this
semester concerns the site of for-
mation of the natural medicine
atropine. Atropine is normaly
found in the datura plant, Prof.
Paul said. Students will graft da-
tura root stocks to tomato leaf
scions (leaves plus stems) and to-
mato root stocks to datura leaf
scions.
Fewer Variables
The experiment done with these
plants, which are grown in the
lab, will have fewer variables be-
cause the day-night simulation of
ecological factors will provide ade-
quate data of the environment.
The atropine, if it originates in
the datura leaves, will disseminate
down to the roots of the tomato.
If it originates in the datura roots,
it will disseminate in the other
grafted plant up to the tomato
leaves.
The atropine is extracted and
then detected by paper chrom-
atography. Thus the site of for-
mation of atropine in the datura
plant can be determined, Prof.
Paul related.
Pharmacognosy, the c o u r s e
taught by Prof. Paul, which uses
the environment control lab, is the
study of naturally occurring medi-
cinal agents.
Says Citizens
Can Bear Cost
Of Universities
WASHINGTON-A pilot study
of Kansas higher education facili-
ties shows that taxpayers can af-
ford the cost of providing higher
education for vast increases of
students during the next 15 years.
It is estimated that the enroll-
ment in both private and public
institutions in Kansas will dou-
ble in the coming 15 years, while
at present the taxpayers pay un-
der one per cent of their total
personal income for higher educa-
tion.
If they would increase the per-
centage paid by the taxpayers to
between 1.50 and 1.75 per cent,
the doubled enrollment could be
accommodated.
The survey, "Kansas Plans for
the Next Generation," was writ-
ten by a panel of advisors appoint-
ed by the Kansas Board of Re-
gents. They based their calcula-
tions on the assumption that all
the operating costs of public col-
leges and universities, above in-
come from students, would be
borne by the state's taxpayers.
Sidney Tickton, secretary of the
group, noted that with the In-
crease of tax monies from the in-
creasing state gross national prod-
uct, the state could well afford
to finance its higher education. If
not, Tickton maintained that an
alternative solution would be to
"let some of the students pay some
of the increased costs through
higher tuition payments."
Course on Africa
To Aid Teachers
Columbia University's Teachers
College will offer a program pre-
paring teachers for service in
Africa in conjunction with the
University of London.

FOR SALE
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, $60. Call HU
2-8013. B30
WOMAN'S SKI BOOTS-Excellent con-
dition. $15. Size 8. NO 5-3486. B34
3 BDRM. RANCH House-Furn'd. Rea-
sonable. Call 665-5675 or 668-6231. B19
FOR SALE - Ski parka, hair dryer,
skirts, slacks, sweaters, etc. Call 6442
Markley. 136
FOR SALE - Smith-Corona portable
typewriter. Like new. Call Judy Bleir
at NO 2-2591. B33
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Rugs, beds, and miscellaneous. Ph.
NO 5-0393. B37
DIAMONDS at rock bottom prices
through student representative of
large Detroit Jewelry Store. Call 663-
7194. B7
LARGE, HEAVY-DUTY wooden tables,
suitable for housing unit dining or
private work tables. Call Don Mac-
Ritchie, NO 5-9193. B21
CAMERA-Sawyers Reflex f2.8, color
slides or black and white, case; AC
Electronic Flash; Weston exposure
meter. Excellent condition-$75 for
all. Also some furniture for student
apartment. Very reasonable. 663-4452.
B38
STEREO EQUIPMENT
(2) Wharfedale W-60's $75 each
(1) Fisher X-101-B $85
(1) Rekokut turntable
N-33-H complete with
arm and cartridge $65
NO 3-6415
B39
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Near W. Engineering Bldg.: 1960
Muskegon H.S. class ring, gold with
red set. Reward. NO 8-9010. A12
LOST-BROWN Pocket Book in room
4203 Angel Hall. REWARD. Call 5-7711
ext. 3217. A-9
LOST-Brown wallet with initials J.R.L.
Lost in vicinity of S. Univ. and E.
Univ. Call NO 3-7946 after 5:30. Re-
ward. A0
LOST - Gold charm bracelet with 6
charms. Vicinity of Hill St. Reward.
If found, please call NO 3-1561, Ext.
169. All
LOST IN THE UGLI-Man's ring, black
star sapphire, set in white gold band
with diamond chips. Reward. Call
Stan, NO 2-6852. A26
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE WANTED
Vicinity of Canterbury Rd., Ann Arbor
Woods, John Allen School or South-
east Ann Arbor area. Phone NO 5-9429
after 5 p.m.
MUSICAL MDSE.
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY on
radios, phonos, tape recorders and
TVs with this ad. Campus Radio &
TV, 325 E. Hoover. X9
A-1 NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
AM/FM
Portable Radio
$79.95 list,
Our price $59.95
Big Savings on
Recording Tape
Hi Fi Center
304 Thayer

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

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

BUSINESS SERVICES

TYPING-Electric typewriter. Call
Myers, 438-4682.

Mrs.
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309 S. State St.

Open Daily 'Til 8:30 PM.
Saturday 'til 6 P.M.

LINES
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ONE-DAY
.70
.85
1.00

SPECIAL
SIX-DAY
RATE
3.48
4.20
4.95

665-0629

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JIM'S RADIO and TV, 619 Packard,
665-0359. Have your radios and Hi Fi's
fixed here. J3
FOR THE FINEST SELECTION of party
favors and unique gifts contact Bud-
Mor Agency, 1103 S. University, NO
2-6362. J4
MANUSCRIPTS, TERM PAPERS typed,
Multilith Offset for reproduction,
photo copy, mailings. Gretzinger's
Business Service, 320 S. Huron. HU
2-0191. J8
USED CARS
1960 RENAULT Dolphin, good condition,
reasonably priced. Call NO 3-0201
after 5 P.M. N24
'61 CORVETTE soft top, red and white.
230-3 speed. New tires, one owner.
23,000 miles. $2,950. Call 663-3452. Nit
'59 T-BIRD-Hard top, full power, ex-
cellent condition, original owner. LO
7-9515 or Sun. eve. TU 2-8522. Detroit
call collect. N20
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
59 VESPA, $125. Recently overhauled.
Call John Hamma, NO 2-6253. Z32
1963 NEW LAMBRETTA'S and Vespa's-
$375.00, New Yamaha's - $295.00.
Electric-Starter 212 M.P.G.
DETROIT SCOOTER
7343 W. 8 Mile Rd. DI 1-3197
A Bike is a Necessity
Michigan's campus becomes
/ Accessible with a
BEAVER BIKE
Save your feet and enjoy
fall rides through the Arb.
We Have EVERYTHING in
bike accessories.

HELP WANTED
IS THERE and active baby sitting co-
op which we may join? Jean Mohr,
NO 2-2201. H12
TRANSPORTATION
BY THE WAY-Need California ride im-
mediately; will share costs, driving.
Mark, 2-8235 till 5:30. 020
TWO GIRLS want ride to Pittsburgh
any weekend before Easter. Call Joan,
NO 5-7711, Ext. 5212. G19
THREE GIRLS want ride to Chicago
weekend of March 2. Can leave any
time after 4 on March 1. Call Judy
at NO 2-2011. G17
Drive Yourself .
AND SAVE
pickups, panels, stakes,
MOVING VANS
Whit's Rent-A-Truck
HU 2-4434
59 Ecorse Road, Ypsilanti, Michigan
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDYING HARD?
BET YOU ARE HUNGRY?
WELL, NEVER FEAR
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
is open 'til 12 every night. Ml
WASHTENAW CAFE
GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE
Try our Cold Beer and Liquor
We specialize in
German foods.
STUDENT SPECIALS DAILY
211 N. Main

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Apt. for married couple.
Unfurnished except for stove and
refrigerator. Util. paid. Off street
parking. Corner of State and Hoover.
Call: NO 3-6274. C31
EAST SIDE-Furnished 3 rooms. Large
bedroom, twin beds, carpeted living
room. Private bath. Pleasant kitchen.
Utilities furnished. Parking. $125/mo.
NO 2-7445.
ROOMMATE WANTED
Male-Senior or graduate student for
apt. at corner of Oakland and
Church. Call NO 2-0189 betweenn5
and 7. C19
MALE ROOMMATE Wanted to share
a modern furnished apartment at an
excellent location. Includes air-con-
ditioning, free off street parking,
plus. 662-9401. C11
STUDENTS
Several apartments available to
share in campus area
APARTMENTS, LIMITED
NO 3-0511 Evenings
NO 5-9271 C45
COME AND
SEE US
THIS
WEEKEND
Come on out, look around,
have a tour of the beautiful
Huron Towers. Studio, 1, 2,
and Z bedrooms. Rents from
$113 to $312 per month.
HURON TOWERS
2200 Fuller Road
NO 3-0800
11:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.
Sun. noon - 6:00 P.M.
SPACIOUS ONE-BEDROOM
APARTMENT
Tiffany II, 731-735 Packard-Fall ap-
plications now being taken for these
unique accommodations. Each apt.
encompasses two entire floors.
LIVING LEVEL: dining room,
living room, kitchen
SLEEPING LEVEL: spacious
bedroom, study, bath.
A decorative staircase provides private
access between the two levels. Call
Mr. Skolnik (University Housing
Developers Inc.) at NO 3-8866 for
additional information. C5

"PLEDGES ON PARADE"
Phi Sigma Sigma Open House
Sunday, March 3
2:00-5:00 P.M.
407 N. Ingalls

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PERSONAL
PERDITION if you don't petition for
a league office. Petitioning begins
Feb. 25. P17
JUST LEAVE the nurses alone, Charlie.
F1
DELENE, YOU'VE GOT 20 MORE DAYS!
F7
LEAGUE Dance Lessons registration
March 5 and 6. League Bridge Lessons
registration March 5. 7
MIKE-Forget the twist, Come to the
League and learn the Bassa Nova.
Register March 5 and 6. 7 P.M.
Judy 5
Mass Meeting for AIRFLIGHT TO
NASSAU, Feb. 26, 7 p.m. Rm. 3-D
Union. P13
HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES - Bring
your sales and booklets to the Fish-
bowl. It's importanti
The Ensian Staff F38
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University, 863-
7151. F43
Roses are red^
Violets are blue
I like potato chips
Can you swim? F4
IS PEACE UN-AMERICAN? Call Mrs.
JamesBarradee, NO 3-9564 for a book-
let of press clippings on the recent
congressional investigation of the
Women's Peace Movement. (Ann Ar-
bor Women for Peace.) F31
MASS MEETING OF GILBERT AND
SULLIVAN SOCIETY for ratification
of constitution -- March 3 -- 7 P.M.
Union. F11
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC Association Board
petitioning now open Feb. 27-March
18. Petitions available at Women's
Pool, Barbour Gym, the W.A.B., and
through W.A.A. housing representa-
tives.

NOTICE TO ALL AFS'ers or Interested
students:
People desiring applications for bus
chaperones summer 1963 contact
Lynne Winter, NO 3-1561, Ext. 941 or
Mike Wilson, NO 3-2965. F30

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Security First
National Bank
serving
Iihouthern California us
will have a representative on Campus
to discuss:
" Accelerated Management Training
" Immediate Responsibility
" Outstanding Promotional Possibilities
* Ideal Living Conditions in a
Stimulating Environment.a
He would like to interview M.B.A. candidates, as well
as candidates for the M.A. degree in Economics. o
Alumni possessing work experience in banking or a
related field are also invited to discuss opportunities.
Please make necessary arrangements
at your Placement Office.

S.A.S.
Smile, G fi
P.A.H.

THE.
'ENSIAN
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Attractive, modern one and two-
bedroom apartments are available
now in beautiful, spacious 'Pitts-
field Village. Call Mrs. Wagner at
NO 2-6553 for details or appoint-
ment to inspect.
Children are welcome in this
pleasant New England-type com-
munity. C4

DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING-.67
carat American Brilliant Cut; color-
rivers florescent; perfection-flawless;
Appraised value $767; 14k white gold
mounting; never worn. Save $107 in
taxes. Write Box 106, Michigan Daily.
B25
CHRISTIAN ENTERPRISES
presents
THE DETROIT
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Valter Poole, conducting
with
JEROME H INES, basso
Monday, March 4-8-:30 P.M.
Ford Auditorium
Tickets now on sale
650 Carpenter Rd. NO 8-9829
BARGAIN CORNER

Beaver Bike Shop

605 Church

NO 5-6607

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
DO YOU OWN A
VOLKSWAGEN?
If you do, you should know
about Ann Arbor's only
VOLKSWAGEN
and Porsche service specialists
AIR-COOLED MOTORS
936 N. Main 665-0051
665-3583

FOR RENT
SUBLETING at a loss-Attractive fur-
nished apt. for 2. Across from E.
Quad. $90-immediate occupancy.
NO 3-6682 C37
NEAR CAMPUS - Room for rent for
male with kitchen privileges. Call
NO 3-6507. C38
TO SUBLET
Spacious three-room apartment. Ex-
cellent location, nicely furnished. Call
NO 5-4765. C36
ON CAMPUS - Parking available. Call
NO 2-1443. C5
ONE OR TWO GIRLS to share new
apt. Jan.-June. Cali NO 5-4828. C44
THIRD MAN wanted to share new
apartment. Call NO 2-4866. C6
NEW 2 BEDROOM apts. for fall, on
campus, furnished. $180. 668-8723. C34
4TH MAN wanted for brand new apt.
10 min. walk from campus. No lease;
parking: Call NO 3-3159. C29'

PERSONAL6
U G L I CLOSED Saturday nights?
Study at Hill Auditorium March 16.
Background music by Dave Brubeck.
F8
HAPPY
BIRTHDAY
BILL B.
P36
EDITH PHILKIRK LANGNER, world-
famous landscape artist (specializing
in trees and candles) will celebrate
her 19th birthday in the usual in-
tellectual fashion. Receiving guests
after 5. 1405 Hill. F2
JOAN G,-Meet you' at the League for
bridge lessons.

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SAM'S STORE
HAS LEVI'S GALORE!
"WHITE LEVI'S"
SLIM-FITS
$4.49
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Black, loden, "white,"
cactus, light blue.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washngton

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I.S.A. presents
Conference for Foreign Students Associations
of the State of Michigan
SAT., Mar. 2, 1963; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
SUN., Mar. 3, 1963; 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m.
in the INTERNATIONAL CENTER
All Welcome
and, l.S.A. Dance at Women's Athletic Building
on Mar. 2, 1963; 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
50c for Non-members

Shirley

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FURNISHED HOUSE--Campus location,
suitable for 4 or 5 students. $180 mo.
Call NO 3-4062. C31
APARTMENT, only 330 yds. from Angell
Hall; for 2; small, $100 per month.
Call 665-6347. CIO
TWO SENIOR girls need one roommate
for 3 bedroom apt. Rent $45 per mo.
Util. pd. by landlord. 825 Packard.
Call NO 3-9453. C35
THE SUMMIT HOUSE-Act now for fall
1, 2, 3 bedrooms, fireplaces, on campus.
Call NO 8-8723 from 12-12. C33

ANYONE WILLING or eager to sell
tickets for Peter, Paul and Mary call
NO 5-9602. F32
$1.50 HAIRCUT. Fri. and Sat. Master
Barbers. $1.25 Mon. thru Thurs. 320
S. Main by Sears. J6
,HEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY presents, a
talk and discussion, "Mineral, Vege-
table, Animal, Man, and ?" The Mich-
igan League Conference Room. Fri-
day, March 1, from 7-8 P.M. Phone
NO 2-8016. P14
SGC EXAM files in basement of UGLI
open Tues., Thurs., Sun. 7-9 P.M.
F20

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NEWMAN CLUB PRESENTS
THE 1963 SPRING LECTURE SERIES
"CATHOLIC VOICES"
RIDAY EVENING, MARCH 1
"MODERN APPROACH TO THE BIBLE-A CHALLENGE TO CHRISTIAN FAITH?"
REV. DAVID M. STANLEY, SJJ.
Professor of New Testament Theology, State University of Iowa

GERMANY.Ua
for study's sake
Das Deutsche Jahr at the Uni-
versity of Freiburg. Maximum
immersion in a great university
under renowned professors. For
juniors only. Includes diverse
curricula in history, political sci-
ence, philosophy and language;
tutorials, intensive German, res-
idence with German families or
in student homes,, field study,
ocean passages. Cost $2,125.
Two years of college German
and B average required.
Other programs in Paris and
Vienna. For more information
on all programs, write (giving
name of your college and year
in school) to:
The Institute
of European Studies
Admissions Office
35 E. Wacker Drive " Chicago 1, 111.
Order
Your

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to explain what our STOPH means to all sizes and shapes of
graduating seniors. (Hint: it's a key word that stands for the
five factors you consider most important in selecting a job.)
Our man will be in the Placement Office on

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