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GETTING MARRIED? Consult the doc-
tors, nurses, marriage counselors of
planned parenthood about birth con-
trol and family spacing. Special pre-
marital clinic every Monday evening
by appointment. Ann Arbor clinic
hours: Tuesday afternoons by ap-
pointment, Tues., Thurs., 7:30 to 9:00
p.m. Call NO 2-9282 for additional in-
formation. Clinic is located at 201
East Liberty. F
(THIS LETTER was refused publication
on the editorial page of The Daily
for May 17, 1963. The writer paid for
its appearance here.)
TO THE EDITOR:
Prof. Miesel has been reading and
grading papers for so long that, in
proper academic fashion, he read my
letter, registered his grade, side-
stepped the basic issue, and ended
k with an academic cliche. "Mr. Mike,"
he says, "should have offered some
coherent and constructive criticism."
Some approximation of those words
generally appears whenever a stu-
dent does not write what a profes-
sor wants-ust before the C Minus.
The reasons I did not attack the
idea of "an exhibition that is neces-
sarily limited to available works in
American galleries" are: first, some-
one might send him abroad; and,
second, his colleague pointed out in
the show catalog that probably not
even in Paris could one dip a bucket
and come up with a wider representa-
tion of current European than in New
F York. New York is quite enough if
this show ds the result of their honey-
dipping.
I took no exception to a European
show, I did not say that this particu-
lar exhibit shows "that the Univer-
sity had eben victimized by conti-
nental confidence men." This exhibit
simply emphasizes an accomplished
fact. If New York offers the most
representative selection of European
painting available, then it is prob-
able that New York is the site of a
real. if unrecognized and undefined,
academy. This exhibit is a Ia mode.
Everyone, except painters outside the
academy, has just what he or she
deserves, an academic show.
The issue which Prof. Miesel doesn't
face is precisely academicism. He
can't probably, not even from the
heights of art history-for art history,
as Panofsky points out, is a new disci-
pline, and professors of art history are
too busy undoing the errors of profes-
sors past to examine their own. That
should be datelined 1913-1963. Per.
haps that is why Prof. Miesel called
a generalization I used sophomoric,
although it is one made in various
ways, by Andre Malraux, Waulter
Kaufman, Robert Frost, and W. B.
Yeats. That is a splendid group of
sophomores to be among. I thank
Prof. Miesel for the compliment, but
regret that it was unintentional, un-
warranted, unread.
Coherent and constructive criticism.
is an admirable thing-in theory; but
it is an academic theory. It is a way
of closing the mind. Were not such a
theory always implicit in such exhi'.
bitions, this show might not have
been the subtlest kind of disaster, an
academic one, a nice one.
Kenneth J. Mike, '63 A&D F6
DRAFTSMAN offers services, drawings
for theses, etc. Call NO 3-8718 J14
SUMMER SUBLET - Near campus. 2 :I
bedroom. $120. Call 668-8776. 038
SGC EXAM FILE in basement of UGLI
open every night during finals, 7-9
p.m. P48 I
FRESHMEN-Snow those upperclass-
men status one-up wise; buy (and
read) Generation. P40 C

PERSONAL
MIDDLE EAST STUDY TOUR including
Israel, Europe, July 22-Aug. 22 by jet,
$1195. Write Academic Travel Abroad,
550 Fifth Ave., N.Y. 36, N.Y. Fl
AUS'T'IN DIAMOND CORPORATION --
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. P43
BERKELEY LAW SCHOOL-Am inter-
ested in contacting anyone going to
Vot. Ad. at Berkeley Law School in
Fall. Call Lee, 665-3822. P45
$1.50 HAIRCUT Fri. and Sat. $1.25 Mon.
through Thurs. Master Barbers, 347
Maynard by= the Arcade and 320 S.
Main by Sears. F7
- LOOKING FOR SOMETHING?
Find it at-University Reformed Church
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. or 7 p.ip. meet-
ing at the "Y." F9
AVON REPS. now in N. Campus area.
Call 665-7490 for service. F50
TRIPLE SUMMER apartment, furnished,
kitchen, ideal location. 2-0555. F29
VACATION IN EUROPE? University
Group Jet Flight. $357. 30 days. 663-
5718. F49
1 OR 2,GIRL ROOMMATES wanted to
share 4-bedroom house for summer
with 3- other girls. Call Judy Avrin,
2-3225. F32

MUSICAL MDSE.
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GUITARS, ETC.
Make, Repair, Buy and Sell
Private and Group Instruction
Hoots Daily
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. STATE
NO 5-8001
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY on
radios, phonos, tape recorders and
TVs with this ad. Campus Radio &
TV, 325 E. Hoover. X9
USED HI-FI AND STEREO EQUIPMEN1
We use a sharp pencil. Sherwood,
Fisher and Scott. Buy now and save.
The Music Center, Inc. 304 S. Thayer
St., next to £ill Auditorium. X35
BOOSEY-HAWKES Wooden CLARINET.
Excellent condition, used only one
year. B-flat. Very reasonable price.
Stand, case and books included. NO
8-8607, 2622 Whitewood, Pittsfield
Village, Tues. and Thurs. after-
noons, every evening. X17
A- NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS
BANJOS, UITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1960 LAMBRETTA with detachable side-
car. 2000 miles, $175 in cash. NO 2-
7686. Z27
FOR SALE: Bella motorscooter, like new,
one of the finest made. Call NO 2-2489
Z24'

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.70
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1.00'

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Lady's; English bike in good
condition. Call 5-0919. B1
USED FURNITURE--Beds, desks, etc.
Phone NO 2-1443. B34
IRISH HARP FOR SALE-Unique in-
strument no longer being manufac-
tured. Contact V. Rees; work NO
3-1511, Ext. 2971. Home NO 2-5127. B37
DIAMONDS at rock bottom prices
through student representative of
large Detroit Jewelry Store. Call 663-
7194. B7
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING -$460
buys $767 diamond. .67 carat, flawless
and flourescent. REDUCED. SAVE 40
per cent. getting married, must sell
by June 1. Call John, 2-7558. B36

FOR RENT
FURNISHED APT. for summer- bed-
room. New last fall. $110. 2-2665. C41
ATTRACTIVE summer sublet. 2-man,
4 rooms, furnished. $125. 663-8851 after
5 p.m. 410 E. Liberty. C22
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 2-bedroom
furnished apt. for 2 or 3 girls to
share with another. NO 2-0048. C30
COTTAGE ON WHITMORE LAKE-3
bedrooms available for Summer Ses-
sion at $40 per week. Call 449-7051. C28
MALE STUDENT WANTED to share
2-man apt. $120-Summer. Good loca-
tion. NO 3-6814. C29
SUMMERSUBLET--Completely modern
furn'd., 2 or 3 man. 1 block from
campus. Must sacrifice. 3-2721. Cl
SUMMER-Modern, air conditioned, 2-
bedroom apt. for 4. On campus. Great-
ly reduced rates. Call 665-9594. C25
SUMMER SUBLET-New 4-man apt.,
furnished, air conditioned, sound-
proof. Name your price. 665-8787. CI
CAMPUS 1 and 2 man apts. Furnished,
available June and August. NO 2-
7817 afternoons. C44
SUMMER SUBLET-Single apt. near
Rackham. Call NO 5-4895 4:30-5:30.
013
SUMMER-Large furnished apt. for 2,
4 rms, near campus. Utilities paid;
rentin gat loss. 665-4701. Cl
I OR 2 GIRLS WANTED to share 2
bdrm. apt. in Arbor Forest. Call 662-
9188 after 5. 045
APARTMENT, only 130 yds. from Angell
Hall; for 2; small, $100 per month.
Call 665-6347. 010

FOR RENT
ATTRACTIVE, summer sublet, 2 man
4 rms., furn'd. $125/mo. 663-8851 after
5 p.m. 410 E. Liberty. 022
FOR SUMMER RENT-4-rm. apartment.
Furnished, near campus. Reduced
rates. 333 John St. Call NO 3-6211. 019
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 3- or 4-man
apt. Built last fall, convenient to
campus. Call 665-9678. C35
SUMMER SUBLET-4-man luxury apt.,
air conditioned, dishwasher, etc., $370
June 5-Aug. 20 or June 5-Sept. NO
2-7686. C22
SUMMERAPT FOR 2 OR 3-Four rooms
just remodeled, modestly priced. 809
E. Kinsley, No. 25. Open any time
after 5. C19
,MODERN APT, to sublet beginning June
1st. 1000 W. Huron, Apt. 30. Inquire.
Mgr's. Apt., 4B, or call NO 5-8509. Two
bedrooms, Danish modern furniture,
tile bath. C26
SUMMER SUBLET at special bargain
price. Brand new apt. for 4. 2 bed-
rooms, completely furnished; air con-
ditioned, parking facilities. 316 E.
Madison, Apt. 20, NO 5-5273. C65

FOR RENT
SUMMER APT. for 3-Brand-new, re-
modeled April 1. Call 665-9294. C46
SUMMER-6-roo inapt., furnished, $90
per mo. NO 3-0105. C20
CALL NO 5-5559 far 2 bedroom summer
apt. Reasonable offeraccepted. C 13
815 PACKARD -Furnished apartment.
Call NO 2-8361. C17
SUMMER-3-4, 331 Packard, Apt. 5.
3-7650 or (B) Heath, 2-5189. C38

FOR RENT
FOR SUMMER-New air conditioned
apt. for 2, June-Sept. NO 5-8154. C8
ON CAMPUS-Bargains! Summer fur-
nished apts. NO 2-1443. C38
ULTRA-MODERN Summer-apt .near
campus, will sacrifice. NO 5-8103. C36
SUMMER APT. for 4-17 Forest at S.
Univ. 665-8433. C42
3-ROOM furnished apartment. NO 3-
6507. 012

WANTED-Young woman to share apt. SUMMER-Large apt. fcr 3. $120 per
with 3 grad. students. 662-7932. C25 month. Near campus. NO 2-1311. 012

SUMMER SUBLET for 2-2k 7blocks MALE STUDENT to share 2-man off-
from campus on S. U. NO 2-6743. C7 campus apartment. Call NO 2-5929, 0

SUMMER ROOM-$6 per week. Use of FOR SUMMER-Apt., 1000 sq. ft.
refrigerator. NO 5-8679. C27 able for 4 or more Call 2-4985.

THIRD MAN WANTED for summer apt.
New, 2-bedroom, $55 mo. NO 5-8214.
016
SUMMER-2-man apt. at Tappan and
Hill across from Bus. Ad. NO 5-9229.
C18
FURNISHED 2-MAN PAD for summer
on campus; at a loss. HELP! 2-8440.
C5
SUBLET FOR SUMMER-Two rooms,
large kitchen, close to hospitals. Phone
668-7856. 027
SUMMkR-2 BEDROOM, MODERN, TV.
AIR-CONDITIONING, SUNDECK, NO
3-7194. C10
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern, furnd. apt.
for 2 or 3. Will sacrifice. 2 blocks
from Engine Arch. 663-7012. C44
SUMMER APT. Furnished, for 2. On
campus. Parking. 632 Church. NO 3-
3001. C43
2 MEN DESIRE 3rd for summer. Modern
apartment near campus. $40. NO 3-
9261. 013
APT. FOR SUMMER Sublet-5 rooms,
1 block from campus. Call 662-5491.
041

MODERN air-cond. 2 bdrm. for sum-
mer, campus location. NO 5-3876. C21
FURNISHED APT.-$105 a month for
summer, near hospital; all utilities
except electric. 668-7982. C
SUMMER RENTAL-Take 2, 3 or 4;
accept reasonable offer. Call 3-3254.
C21
$160 for 4-2-bedroom, air-conditioned.
Call NO 2-7686. C34

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LOST-MAN'S gold watch, Eternamatic,
in 305 W. Physics. Call NO 2-4074, ask
for Ray. A45
LOST-WOMAN'S GOLD WATCH with
Black Suede Band. REWARD! Call
Judie at NO 3-1561, Ext. 275. A27
LOST-BROWN Pocket Book in room
4203 Angell Hall. REWARD. Call NO 5-
7711, Ext. 3217. A9

SUBLET-4 man, air-cond., Ic, near
campus, new furn'd., reasonable
rates. 316 E. Madison, No. 14. 2-8414,
046

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SINGLE APT. for summer, kitchenette,
bath, near corner of S. Univ. and
Washtenaw. Tel. 665-8556. C5
SUMMER ONLY-Make offer. Air-cond.
New. 2 bedroom. Furnished. NO 2-
7355. 08

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SUMMER AND FOR FALL-Apt, for 2
or 3. Excellent location, reasonable
rent. 5-9490. 014
SUMMER SUBLET - Comfortable apt.
for 3. Conveniently located. Available
June 1. Call 663-2821 after 6 p.m. C4
SUMMER--Large 4 bedroom home for
rent, den, recreation room. $225 per
month. NO 3-6169 after 5. C46
SUMMER SUBLET-1-room efficiency,
furnished, $85 including utilities and
phone. NO 5-8273. C4
SUMMER ROOM-In professional Fra-
ternity. $25 per mo. Kitchen :facilities
available. Call 662-3215, 5-6 P.M. 026
2 LARGE Student Desks-$155 and $140.
To see call NO 3-4364 before 5 or NO
2-0811 after 6 . 02
SUMMER-Beautifully furnished mod-
ern apartment for 3 or 4 on Vaughn
and E. Univ. Call NO 3-9238. 048

CAMPUS, HOSPITAL AREA
Air conditioned, 4-man apt.
for summer. NO 2-1446. C9
REDUCED RENT - For summer apt.
Two-bedroom apt for four, 2% blocks
south of campus. Call NO 3-6237. C23
$200 FOR SUMMER-Furnished 2-man
apartment. Call 510 Lawrence, Apt. 4,
or 668-9007 between 5-7 p.m. 010
ROOM FOR MALE-Pleasant, and clean.
721 S. Forest in Apt. No. 207. Phone
662-7056. C39
ON CAMPUS-Quiet clean apts. laun-
. dry privileges, private parking. Call
NO 5-4767. 034
TO SUBLET. Furnished, one-bedroom,
air-conditioned, Island Drive Apt.-
swimming pool. NO 3-2972., 07

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ALASKA OR BUST-Desire passengers
leave Ann Arbor June 19. NO 5-6497.
02
RIDE WANTED to N.Y.C. on June 7.
Will share driving and expenses. Call
Syd, NO 3-1561, Ext. 328. G40

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REAL ESTATE
3 BURM. RANH House-Furn'd. Rea-
sonable. Call 668-6231. B19

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SUMMER APARTMENTS'
FREE AIR CONDITIONING
320 E. lMadison. Call NO 3-6357 F28
UNIVERSITY GROUP JET FLIGHT-
Detroit to London. 4 weeks stay. Re-
turning Aug. 5. NO 3-5718. F11

FOR SALE: R-6 Pontiac 4-door hard-
top, V-8. Standard trans. $200 or best
offer. Call 663.8494 after 5 p.m. N6

CAMPUS-Summer only, ideal for 1;
Furnished 3-room apartment, private
bath, utilities included, $90 a month.
NO 2-7445. C6

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BABYSITTER, year around job. Morn-
ings 7:30-12:30. Near N. Campus.
Own transportation. 665.5164. H31

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