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ULTIMATE GOALS:
Glaser Explains Principles of Education

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.

'4

By RUCHA ROBINSON

Today's teaching methods as-
sume 11 principles about the stu-
dent and professor, Prof. Robert
Glaser of the University of Pitts-
burgh said recently.
In a lecture on "The Professor,
Student and Ideal Classroom,"
Prof. Glaser listed methods of
teaching in "the typical college
classroom." These methods are
assumed to be best but are ac-
tually "untenable."
The first assumption a profes-
sor must make is that the course
he teaches will "ultimately con-
tribute to the student's final edu-
cational goal." Then he must as-
sume his students have approxi-
mately the same aptitudes, achieve-
ments and backgrounds.
Not True
Prof. Glaser said that "nothing
could be less true." A student may
not have a sufficient grasp of pre-
vious material, may not possess
the prerequisite amount of know-
ledge or may not have motivation.
Teaching methods assume that
aptitude is more important than
achievement, he said.
Another assumption is that all
students take the same amount of
time to learn. Prof. Glaser, how-
ever, said that the amount the
higher aptitude student learns
within a given time is greater
than what a student of lower ap-
titude learns in the same amount
of time.
Books and lectures are "power-
ful means for modifying student
behavior." These are good teaching
methods only if the student has a

certain amount of motivation,
Prof. Glaser said.
Retain Learning
Another assumption is that stu-
dents retain what they have learn-
ed without constant review, and
they can relearn easily.
Prof. Glaser said that gratats
presumably show how much a stu-
dent knows or can do.
He said that there were to
ways of grading. One way is to
grade in relation to other students,
and another shows "to what de-
gree the professor has attained
his instructional goals" by show-
ing how much of the material the
student has mastered from the
material presented.
Prof. Glaser said professors are

considered good teachers of what
they know and that the most ef-
fective method of teaching is lec-
ture.
Teaching as "Art"
In teaching methods, Prof.
Glaser added that teaching is an
art, and needs no tools.
Today technical aspects of the
learning process are being explored
particularly in grade and high
schoolulevels. But it will be "a long
time before these methods pene-
trate the sophistication of college
level teaching."
"The spirit of creativity and in-
quiry are fostered by present
teaching practices." However, Prof.
Glaser warned that "the attempt
to produce creativity may make it
a drill exercise."

Prof. Glaser said that a subject
should be taught in the same way
it is organized, such as history be-
ing taught chronologically. Edu-
cators assume that "both the
structure of knowledge and the
behavioral sequence are the same."
Constant Objective
He added that in the process of
teaching, the professor must have
constant objective of what is to
be accomplished and of the pur-
pose of his course. He must deal
with the different achievements
and aptitudes among his students.
Prof. Glaser pointed out that
the range is not as great at the
college level. It is his job to as-
sess the achievement of his group
with what he wished the achieve-
ment to be.

Sororities Announce Pledge Classes

(Continued from Page 2)
Wilhelm, '66; Margaret B. Wilson, '64;
and Mary E. Wojcik, '66.
Delta Delta Delta
Judith A. Balizas, '64; Nancy W. Birch,
'66; Barbara L. Blackford, '66N; Roberta
J. Blanton, '66; Jill C. Bolton, '66N;
Kristin Brockschmidt, '66; Artie Lou
Clark, '66; Joanne R. Curcuru, '64;
Frances A. Desmond, '66; Karen T.
Emens, '66SM; Gloria M. Fan, '66; Lois
A. Farrell, '64Ed;. Joan M. Forrester,
'64Ed; Barbara S. Gendech, '66; Andrea
L. Gerken, '66; Morleen A. Getz, '66;
Mary C. Gottschalk, '66; Patricia L.
Graham, '66; Eleanor B. Holt, '66; Ruth
E. Kuchel, '66; Mary K. Laitsch, '64;
Carolyn Lawrence, '64; Martha R. Men-
ge, '66; Jane E. Meyers, '66; Judith M.

CHARTER FLIGHT to NEW YORK,
---SPRING VACATION-.-
Depart Detroit 6:30 April 5

Arrive N. Y.
Depart N. Y.
Arrive Detroit

8:30
7:45 April 14
10:00

* Free meals served during flight
Transportation to and from Metro included
COMPLETE PRICE $49.50
For reservations, phone Miss Laughlin
NO 2-2591 or NO 5-3735

Operhall, '66; Sandra J. Pierse, '66P;
Anna V. A. Polesny, '66; Mary J. Ryan,
'65N; Nancy J. Schneider, '65; Julie
Selander, '66; Susan D. Smith, '66; Bar-
bara A\ Stelzer, '66; Claudia J. Wake-
field, '64A&D; Susan J. Webb, '65; and
Jane M. Williams, '66.
Delta Gamma
Claire Aitken, '64; Hope E. Ashbury,
'65; Sharon Bartlett, '66; Rebecca A.
Buell, '64Ed; Carroll G. Chamberlain,
'66; Leslie A. Coleman, '65; Elizabeth
A. Cooper, '66; Cornelia J. Dennis, '64;
Barbara A. Deo, '66; Catherine J. Doug-
lass, '66; Judith K. Edwin, '66; Sheri
L. Eyestone, '67A&D; Martha J. Foren,
'66; Kathleen N. Keorge, '66; Sandra
Lee Hall, '64; Mary E. Heustis, '66N;
Virginia I. Heyl, '66; Gail J. Howes,
'66N; Margaret S. Hunt, '66; Annelise
Jones ,'64; Linda LaDue, '66; Marcia E.
Lentz, '64; Kathleen L. List, '66; Carol
A. Mersereau, '66; Cheryl E. Moore, '66;
Michele Moran, '66; Susan Morgan,
'67P; Roberta A. Morris, '66SM; Carol
A. Nuttall, '66; Joan Peterson, '65; Nan-
cy L. Peterson, '66; Mary Lou Revelle,
'66; Christy J. Schad, '64D; Sharon A.
Schreiber, '66; Cece Marianne Snith,
'66; Nancy Jo Staudacher, '65; and
Karen L. Uhrick, '65.
Delta Phi Epsilon
Sandra Alpert, '66; Heidi Applebaum,
'66; Sydelle Becker, '66; Barbara Cen-
ter, '66; Janice Danoff, '66; Linda Dina,
'66; Donna Freedman, '66; Helen;Fried-
man, '66; Jan Friedman, '65; Lisa
Joseph, '66; Trudi Kaplan, '66; Jo Ellen
Krulee, '66; Victoria Lasser, '66; Nancy
Meltzer, '66; Susan Presman, '66; Wen-
die Reinish, '66; Lauren Rosen, '66;
Lydia Schaeffer, '66; Sara"Segal, '66NR;
Carol Sloman, '65; Donna Sporn, '66;
Janet Weiss, '65A&D; and Phyllis
Zucker, '65.
Gamma Phi Beta
Mary Ann AffIeck,, '66; Ellen Sue
Baer, '65; Janet E. Bakke, '65Ed; Noel'
Mary Baron, '66; Elaine J. Berryman,
'65; Kristan L. Bolitho, '65; Lettie M.
Brabb, '65; Harriet L. Bridges, '65;
Carolyn Coffine, '65; Jean E. Cook, '66;
Christina B. Craig, '65; Pamela L.
Dewey, '66; Karen E. Eagen, '65; Laura
A. Fitch, '66; Linda A. Gentry, '65;
Gayle W. Graddis, '66; Carol J. Haliday,
'66A&D; Julie A. Harlton, '65; Joan L.
Irwin, '66; Jana Sue Kaler, '65; Geral-
dine : P. Kearney, '64PH; Joyce Ann
Laux, '65A&D; Penny J. Munkwitz,
'65A&D; Diana L. Owen, '65SM; Diane
M. Randles, '65; Gayle S. Rogers, '65;
Cheryl S. Rosenberg, '66; Earla J. Stei-
ler, '66; Marry E. Streeter, '66; Pamela
B. Swart, '66; Jane A. Taylor, '65A&D;
Donna L. Thomas, '65; Margaret A.
Tucker, '66; Penelope A. Witt, '66A&D;
Sally Ann Woolner, '66; and Donna Mae
Yando, '66.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Marry E. Anderson Anderson, '66;
Beverly J. Brown, '64; Carol A. Bryant,
'65; Lynne D. Carey, '66A&D; Susan E.
Conley, '66; Susan Q. Crawford, '66;
Kathleen R. Ford, '66; Charlene L.
Gibbs, '66; Jennifer E. Greene, '66;
Mary E. Hall, '66; Martha L. Haughey,
'66; Ann F. Heaphy, '66; Christine K.
Jacobsen, '66N; Carol Ann Johnson,
'66; Linda A. Law, '66; Jane W. Leader,
'66; Jessica A. MacKay, '66; Maureen
A. Mileski, '66; Barbara J. Nepstad,
'66; Carolyn S. Pieper, '65; Sandra L.
Sarnes, '66; Joan Shilling, '64; Mary
Jane Tomoguchi, '66A&D; Paula K.
VanDerMeer, '66; Barbara A. Weeks,
'64; and Julia A. White, '64Ed.
Kappa Delta
Patricia A. Cushman, '65; Susan L.
Forbes, '64D; Sandra J. Gibbons, '64Ed;
Ruth A. Hensen, '66; Sally M. Mann,
'64Ed; Janet Parker, '65; Marilyn Roth,
'66; Virginia L. Shaffer, .'66; Patricia

MARC H
RECORDSALE,
throughout the entire month of March
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
with the presentation of student or faculty ID.
T4E KINGSTON TR IO'S OFF
NEWEST RECORD ..-. VO PRICE
irecord s

A. Smith, '65; Margaret J. Thurmon,
'66A&D; and Joan R. Woertz, '65N.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Bonnie K. Brady, '66; Felicite Buhl,
'66; Catherine R. Corlett, '66SM; Fran-
cis B. Craig, '66; Lucinda L. Dewey,
'65; Emily F. Edwards, '66; Suzanne
Goldberg, '65; , Susan J. Hepplewhite,
'66; Anne T. Hogan, '65Ed; Wendy J.
Isherwood, '66N; Doris D. Ivan, '66N;
Suzanne E. Kelley, '66; Ann T. Kings-
land, 66; Karen K. Luedtke, '66; Jean
E. McLarty, '66; Martha J. McMullen,
'65A&D; Diane P. Menendez, '66; Susan
F. Morrow, '66; Patricia C. Nelligan,
'66; Synthia L. Rhodes, '66; Ann Rog-
ers, '66; Kathleen E. Salter, '66; San-
dra L. Snyder, '66; Mary Jane Spencer,
'66; Elizabeth W. Stapler, '66; Lynda
R. Venema, '64; Sally J. Vogelsang, '66;
Gretchen M. Whitehead, '66; and Joy
Ann Ziegler, '66.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Joan E. Bikoff, '66A&D; Susan R.
Brodsky, '66; Lee Cahen, '66; Jacqueline
DeYoung,: '65; Terri L. Drell, '66N;
Felice Ehrman, '66; Lois E. Feigin, '66N;
Joyce S. Feinberg, '66; Jacqueline R.
Fellman, '66; Elaine S. Friedman, '66;
Barbara F. Gillman, '65; Judith R.
Golding, '66Ed; Leslie P. Goren, '65;
Linda Harrison, '65N; Judith G. Hertz,
'65; Ellen A. Isaacson, '65; Linda R.
Kitman, '66; Judith A. Leemon, '66;
Amy L. Lipkowitz, '66; Sandra K.
Lynn, '66; Linda J. Niedelman, '66;
Joyce A. Nothmann, '65; Naomi S.
Panush, '66; Nancy A. Rosenberg, '66;
Sandra Toby Schlussel, '66; Susan C.
Slavin, '66; Michele H. Stagman, '66;
Bonnie C. Taff, '66; Andrea L. Toffler,
'66; and Bonnie S. Venook, '66.
Pi Beta Phi
Annabel Adams, '66; Mary Beth
Braden, '66; Sara Lynn Bridges, '66;
Mary E. Conrad, '66; Carole M. Corom-
bos,.'66; Pauline L. Furniss, '66; Steph-
anie N. Grosso, '65; Elizabeth A. Held-
man, '66; Mary L. Holmes, '66; Eliza-
beth A. Irwin, '66; Christine Kampen,
'66; Barbara T. King, '66; Anne M.
Ludden, '66; Heather McCallum, '66;
Beth W. Milford, '66; Sharon J. Pas-
tor, '66; Kathryn E. Ruhl, '66; Carolyn
G. Sampson, '66; Katherine L. Schaef-
fer, '66; Therese E. Signaigo, '66; Mar-
ilyn A. Taylor, '64Ed; Joan B. Upham,
'66; Elizabeth A. VanDyke, '66; Mary
E. VanWinkle, '66; Marry E. Vorzimer,
'64; Lynne H. Williams, '65; Elizabeth
E. Wunsch, '66; and Louise S. Brown,
'66.
Sigma Delta Tau
Susan Brown, '64; Brenda Burde, '66;
Barbara A. Davis, '65; Maryanne Du-
nitz, '66; Lynne Edelstein, '66; Susan
Fuchs, '66; Doris Glantz, '66; Joyce
Greenleaf, '65; Karlynn Izner, '66;
Wendy Kahn, '66; Maxine Lazar, '65;
Nancy Leva, '66SM; Terry Lee Markoff,
'66; Joan Massel, '66; Rosalie Morrison,
'66; Jane Pollack, '66A&D; Lynn Rosen-
feld, '66; Elaine S. Schwartz, '66; Nancy
Spector, '66; and Judith Zolotar, '66.
Sigma Kappa
Louise R. Anderson, '66; Bonnie J.
Atkins, '65A&D; Judith E. Barkdull, '66;
Mary Boersma, '65; Barbara L. Davis,
'66; Christine C. DeRosier, '66; Avis A.
Eddy, '66; Sandra K. Erickson, '66;
Linda Sue Esser, '66; Marcia L. Foster,
'66; Pauline R. Grobe, '65; Jean N.
Hammerl, '66; Janet K. Heinrich, '66;
Janice E. Hess, '66; Kay E. Holmes,
'65; Judith L. Kleinschmidt, '65; Mary-
anne Koll, '65; Andrea M. Leeds, '66;
Sharon L. McMinn, '65; Marcia K. Mul-
ler, '66; Marjorie S. Randon, '66; Pa-
tricia S. Relich, '66; Julia M. Schuett,
'66N; Karen Smith, '64N; Nancy L.
Sramek, '66; Susan J. Thoma, '66N;
Suzanne E. Tomchuck, '66; Ellen T.
Whelan, '66; and Barbara Z. Zola, '66.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Marilyn L. Brown, '66; Joyce D. But-
ler, '65; Mary Ann Cockram, '64Ed;
Karen M. Craven, '65Ed; Mona C. Di-
Filippo, '65Ed; Patricia J. Henry, '66;
Kathleen A. Owens, '66N; Virginia E.
Palmer, '66; Jean E. Potter, '66; Alice
R. Reeves, '65; and Kahtarine E. Wal-
ther, '66E.

FOR SALE
HARLEY '57 TRICYCLE. Excellent con-
dition. Many extras. $300. 2-7686. B39
1960 RENAULT 4-door, runs good. $350.
NO 3-7658. B31
3 BDRM. RANCH House-Furn'd. Rea-
sonable. Call 668-6231. B19
WOMAN'S SKI BOOTS-Excellent con-
dition. $15. Size 8. NO 5-3486. B34
DRAFTING TABLE, adjustable, new
white linoleum top. Phone NO 2-8728.
B40
3 BEAUTIFUL never been worn formals,
size 7; matching crowns as low as
$15.00. Marty, 3-1561, Ext. 1445. B37
NAVAL OFFICER'S UNIFORMS-Size
40-41, 2 khaki's, 2 pairs pants each,
1 set blues. NO 5-7674. B38
FOR SALE - Ski parka, hair dryer,
skirts, slacks, sweaters, etc. Call 6442
Markley. B36
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
FOR SALE-Northland Skiis with Ski-
Free releases and binding. Imported
men's English Shetland crewneck-
loden green. Also striped men's boat-
neck, Sizes 44. Imported English ten-
nis sweater-size 42. Grey Harris
tweed 3-button sports jacket-40-41
long. Call 5-5:45, 6:30-6:45. 5-0523. B36
TRANSPORTATION
Drive Yourself
AND SAVE
pickups, panels, stakes,
MOVING VANS
Whit's Rent-A-Truck
HU 2-4434
59 Ecorse Road, Ypsilanti, Michigan
USED CARS
1953 PLYMOUTH-Standard, $70. Call
H.S. U. at NO 8-6577. N30
CONVERTIBLE-1955 Morris. New top,
good condition throughout, $275. Call
HA 6-4371 (no toll) after 6. N28
ENGLISH FORD Consul Convertible
1958. Good condition. Brand new tires.
Call 5-0523. Best time to call 5-5:45,
6:30-6:45. N27
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIESl
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

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Wallet, downstairs at Newman
Club. If found, phone 3-7541, Ext.
304. A18
LOST-BROWN Pocket Book in room
4203 Angel Hall. REWARD.Call 5-7711
ext. 3217. A-9
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
MUSICAL MDSE
RADIOS, REPAIRS
NEW VALVE TROMBONE-$175 or best
offer. Sandy, NO 2-7686. X11
USED HI-FI AND STEREO EQUIPMENT
We use a sharp pencil. Sherwood,
Fisher and Scott. Buy now and save.
The Music Center, Inc. 304 S. Thayer
St., next to Hill Auditorium. X35
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY on
radios, phonos, tape recorders and
TVs with this ad. Campus Radio &
TV, 325 E. Hoover. X9

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

LINES
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A-i NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR'
119 W. Washington
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.
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-Experienced. Call NO 5-8470
after 12 noon. J9
NEED TYPING DONE? Fast, accurate
typist. Reasonable rates. Call NO 2-
4782 for further information. J8
ILLUSTRATING for thesis, slides, aid
charts plus lettering by three exp.
technical illustrators. Dial 2-7876 or
3-3244 after 6 p.m. J10
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
MISCELLANEOUS
Old Heidelberg Restaurant
GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE
Try our Cold Beer and Liquor
We specialize in
German foods.
STUDENT SPECIALS DAILY
211 N. Main
All roads lead to"
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Food
Specialties
Kitchen Utensils
Open every night till Midnight

BAD MAN'S BLUFF-Won't get you
thru History 322. But its grade A
dance. See you at the Dance Concert
22nd and 23rd. Lydia. F31
Alex-
A virus hath no power
in the face of a poet-so
get well soon!
Judy Jones F3
THIS IS THE LAST DAY for block
ticket orders for Sounds from the
Summit on March 23. The tickets are
available at the Hill Aud. Box Office
from 8:00-5:00. F63
OUR STRONGEST MECHANISM for
ridding the world of radical Wugs is
thru the straight paths of fact, bet-
ter known as science, and resulting
in progress. P65
THE WUGS are opposed to progress and
therefore present a dangerous threat
to society.
Minister of Defense
Ferg XII F66
STOP THE WORLD at Senior Night,
Thurs., March 21 in League Ballroom.
Tickets on sale weekdays through
March 20, 3:15-5:00 p.m. in the League
Undergraduate Office. F8
WANTED-Interested person with for-
eign or sports car to go to a Sports
Car Rallye in Fort Wayne, Ind. on
Sunday, March 17. Call Jim Walker,
412.Winchell House, W.Q., NO 3-7541,
Ext. 1196. F4
MESSAGE TO THE PRES. Ferg I-As
science is bound to triumph (accom-.
panied by the arts), so the Fergs will
triumph becauserthe Fergs are the
upholders of literature, science, and
the arts. F64
I.Q. TESTS. Accurate, home-administer-
ed, professionally scored. Research
data needed. University Testing In-
stitute, R-39, Box 6744, Stanford,
Calif. F
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING .67
carat, color-rivers perfection: flaw-,
less. 14K White Gold mounting: never
worn. Appraised value $767. Save 30
per cent. Must be sold. Call John, NO
2-7558. F38
PLANNING A VACATION?
Use the Sheraton Hotel Corporation's
Student-Faculty Plan.
Discount rates at over 60 hotels and
motels in 47 cities; yet no reduction
in service and comfort. For infor-
mation and for reservation service
call NO 5-9594 4-7 p.m. F54
GET THE LOWDOWN on the Proposed
State Constitution Sunday, 7:00 p.m.,
at Wesley Lounge, 120 S. State. F55
BRIDAL RING SET-Appraised at $375.
0.69K total, save, call Bob, 662-7558.
F34
RIDE NEEDED TO N.Y.-N.J. area'spring
vacation. Can leave anytime. Will
share expenses, driving. Call Barbara,
NO 3-6463. F37
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy' quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University, 663-
7151. F43

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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Phone NO 2-4786

PERSONAL
THEnTURTLES will triumph in Day-,
tona.F61
DELENE, YOU'VE GOT 6 MORE DAYS!
F4
MICHIKICKERS: Come rain, snow,
sleet, hail, fog, or smog, practice
Sunday, 3:00 at Wine's Field. ' Fl
MICHIKICKERS: Practice Sunday if
temp is above 40, sun is out, and I'm
awake! F60
IS IT-CAN IT BE-Clarence Darrow.
No-no, it's better; it's Allen N.-you
know, the great trial lawyer. F58
MOZART AND FANS Ginsburg, MAN!
See you at the Dance Concert 22nd
and 23rd. Lydia. F46
CONGRATULATIONS Richard Wein-
berg on. your subscription to the
Michigan Daily. Also your birthday!
(Not to mention your wound.) F56
TO ALL March Hares and Mad Hatters,
meet me in the Union Ballroom on
March 21.

FOR RENT
COZY APARTMENT for married cou
Call NO 2-4011.
ON CAMPUS - Parking available.
NO 2-1443.
ONE OR TWO GIRLS to sharen
apt. Jan.-June. Call NO 5-4828.,
THIRD MAN wanted to sharen
apartment. Call NO 2-4866.
THIS SUMMER LIVE ON MADIS
AVE. Modern, air-conditioned,a
for 4. Parking. Call NO 5-0936.
MALE ROOMMATE wanted for new
$40 mo. 1026 Vauhn. AA. NO 3-9
THE SUMMIT HOUSE-Act now for
1, 2, 3 bedrooms, fireplaces, on camp
Call NO 8-8723 from 12-12. £
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT for two n
campus. $110 furnished. All utili
paid. Call NO 3-1237 after one.
MALE STUDENT to share 2-man a
campus apartment. Rent paid t
March. Call NO 2-5929.
WANTED-Female for fourth in s
clous apartment. Call Grace Rog
5-8385.
APARTMENT, only 330 yds. from An
Hall; for 2; small, $100 per mo
Call 665-6347.£
FURNISHED TWO-BEDROOM APA
MENT-1 mile from campus; imme
ate possession; $170 for four-$135
3. 428-2664.
LIVE LIKE A king at the SUMMi
New 3 bedroom apts. for fall. F
place, patio. Furnished. $250. Call 6
8723 from 12-12.
FALL APPLICATIONS now being
cepted for Tiffany I apartne
Privacy and economy for 1 or
persons. NO 2-0166,
APPLY NOW for June and August
cupancy; 1 and 2 bedroom furnis
and unfurnished modern stud
apts. CAMPUS MANAGEMENT,1
2-7787. C
A BEAUTIFUL, spacious 3 bedro
Whitmore Lake front ranch hou
Fully equipped, smartly furnish
10 min. to campus. Available Sep
June. 4 or 5 male grad students.
Tuxedo 2-9661. C
AVOID THE RUSH - LOOK NOW
Apartments for the fall. We are s
that we have something for you. T
three, or four man apartments.
APARTMENTS LIMITED
NO 3-0511
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type house available for immedi
occupancy. ; mile west of Dexie
Mich. Please contact Univers
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immediate assignment to marr.
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Spacious, luxuriously furnished a
carpeted apts. for 3 or 4 students
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Madison. Features include: priv
panelled studies offliving room,
conditioning, private balconies. $
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furnishings, wall to wall carpetin
ample desk, chest, and closet spa
air conditioning, balconies, garba
disposals, skylights, and maid serv
is available. One and 2 bedrooms
2, 3, or 4. Students $175-$230. Pha
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5-9405.
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have a tour of the beautiful
Huron Towers. Studio, 1, 2,
and 3 bedrooms. Rents from
$113 to $312 per month.
HURON TOWERS
2200 Fuller Road
NO 3-0800
11:00 A.M. - 6:09 P.M.
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BIKES AND SCOOTERS

'59 VESPA-Best offer. Call Ray, 2-6253.
N26
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.
Beaver Bike Shop

337 S. Main Street

NO 5-4469

Store Hours: Mon & Fri, 10-8:30; Tues, Wed, Thurs, 10-7; Sot 9-6

THE
'ENSIAN
$5

FULL FASHIONED

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BANLON KNIT SHIRTS
$5

605 Church

NO 5-6607

HELP WANTED

W.A.A. PETITIONING

An exciting opportunity
to prepare for spring with
100% textralized 'nylon knit
shirts at a truly low price.
All the styling and
:r;..comfort you demand:
raglan sleeve, ribbed
cuff and bottom,
f fashion .colla r.
In spring shades
of white, black,
red, French blue,
{ = sage, beige or
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oatmeal.
S,M, L,XL

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ATTRACTIVE, modern one and
two-bedroom apartments are avail-
able in beautiful, spacious Pitts-
field Village. Unfurnished except for
stove and refrigerator. Call Mrs.
Wagner at NO 2-6553 for details or
appointment to inspect.

Children are welcome in this
pleasant New England-type com-
munity. 04

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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. 05
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