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REGENTS GRANT LEAVES;
Prof. Morrison To Study Propulsion
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
rom 1:00 to 3:00
P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.
The Board of Regents Friday
granted leaves of absence to thir-
ty staff members.
Prof. Richard B. Morrison of
the department of aeronautical
engineering was granted a sab-
batical leave for the fall semes-
ter to prepare a book on propul-
A sabbatical leave for the sec-
ond semester of 1961-62 was giv-
en to Prof. Robert C. F. Bartels
of the mathematics department.
He plans to go to the Institute
for Angewandte Mathematik, Jo-
harines Gutenberg-Universitat in
Konstantin Scharenberg, pro-
fessor of neuropathology, was as-
signed to off-campus duty from
Sept. 1 through Sept. 30. During:
this time he will present papers
at the Fourth Neuropathological
Congress in Munich, Germany and
the Fourth International Neuro-
logical Congress in Rome, Italy.
Also assigned to off-campus
duty from Aug. 15 to Feb. 12, 1962
was Dr. Anatol Rapoport of the
medical school psychiatry depart-
ment who will visit the Polish'
Academy of Sciences Institute of
Philosophy and Sociology.
Prof. J. Philip Wernette of the
business administration school
was granted a sabbatical leave
for, the second semester of 1961-
Prof. Joseph F. Albana of the
architecture college was given a
sabbatical leave for second se-
mester of 1961-1962 during which
time he will study housing devel-
opments in various European
Assigned to off-campus duty to
attend the meeting of the 'British
Orthopedic Association at Man-
chester, England was Dr. Carl E.
Badgley, head of the medical
school's section of orthopedic sur-1
Prof. Leslie R. Basset of the
music school was given leave for
the University year of 1961-1962.,
He will spend a year in residence
at the American Academy in
Prof. Jay A. Bolt ofdmechani-
cal engineering will study on sab-
batical leave, at the University of
London and at the Swiss Federal
Institute at Zurich.
Sabbatical leave was announced1
for Prof. Delmont K. Bryn of the
education school for the second
semester of 1961-1962. He will
study secondary school guidance
Prof. Milton J. Cohen of the
art department in the College of
Architecture and Design has been'
granted leave for the fall semes-
ter to accept a fellowship with the
Graham Foundation for Advanced
Studies in the Fine Arts. .
Prof. Robert L. Dixon of the
business administration school
was granted leave for the first
semester of 1961 to serve as visit-
ing professor at Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology.
Dr. Irving B. Frits and Prof.
Richard L. Malvin, both of the
medical school, have been assigned
to off-campus duties from June 16
through Aug. 31, 1961 at work at
the Mount Desert Island Labora-
tory at Salisbury, Me.
Prof. Samuel R. Hepworth of
the business administration school
and Prof. H. Wiley Hitchcock of
the music school were granted
leaves for the 1961 academic year.
Prof. Hepworth will direct two
accounting research projects and
Prof. Hitchcock will be a guest
professor at Hunter College.
Prof. Alan B. Macnee of elec-
trical engineering was granted
sabbatical leave for the coming
year to write a book on network
synthesis, while at the Chalmer
Technical University in Gothen-
Prof. Ernest F. Masur of engi-
neering mechanics was granted
sabbatical leave for the second
semester 1961-2 to do research in
Prof. Willard A. Oberdick of
architecture was granted a sab-
batical for the fall semester to
study production of building com-
Prof. George E. Palmer of the
Law School has been granted
leave for the fall semester to be
visiting professor at the Univer-
sity of California.
Prof. Mary Ellen Patno of pub-
lic health statistics has been as-
signed off-campus duty from
June 18 to July 29 to serve as
honorary fellow at the University
of Minnesota School of Public
Health. She will take part in the
Graduate Summer Session of Sta-
tistics in the Health Sciences.
Prof. David -Reider of the art
department in the college of ar-
chitecture and design was grant-
ed a sabbatical for the second
semester 1961-2, to continue re-
search on the creative possibili-
ties of the camera.
Prof. Donald A. Ringer of the
engineering English department
was granted sabbatical leave for
the second semester of 1961-2 to
study William Cullen Bryant and
Prof. Stephen S. Stanton of en-
gineering English was granted a
sabbatical for the second semester
of 1961-2 to revise his doctoral
dissertation into a book.
Prof. Freder Vidar of the art
department was granted sabbati-.
cal leave for the fall semester to
concentrate on painting.
Prof. Edwin H. Young of chem-
ical and metallurgical engineering
was granted sabbatical leave for
the fall semester to complete a
manuscript on "heat transfer
through finned tubes."
Laird H. Barber, English in-
structor, has been granted sick
leave from April 1 to June 17.
Stephen S. Fox, associate re-
search psychologist in the Mental
Health Research Institute, and
lecturer in psychology, has been
assigned to duty off-campus from
June 15 to Sept. 15, to work at
the Woods Hole Marine Biological
Laura Gulbrandson, nursing in-
structor, has been granted sick
leave from March 13 to Sept. 16.
Prof. Gardner M. Riley of ob-
stetrics and gynecology has been
granted sick leave from Mar. 10
to Apr. 30.
Ford Foundation Gives
'U' Funds for Teaching
How to hint for
your trip to Britain
S OME enlightened parents favor a trip to Britain for
college students. Here's how to promote this splendid
Don't mention that you'll have the time of your life.
Don't even hint that you'd like to see an English pub.
Or visit a London music hall. Poor tactics.
Talk about the Shakespeare Season of Plays at Strat-
ford. Or Britain's ancient cities, where history comes
alive. Very educational.
But first, send for your free Student Travel folders.
Then take them home.
---------CLIP COUPON TODAY----------
r The British Travel Association, Dept. C-7A.
1 680 Fifth Avenue, New York 19, N. Y.
r Please send me my free Student Travel folders.
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY
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A $273,000 grant for improve-
ment of college teaching was
among three Ford Foundation
grants to the University announc-
ed by the Regents yesterday.
The grant, which is for a five-
year program, will enable the Uni-
versity to establish a three-year
master's degree program for select-
The second grant, $500,000, is
for support of research and train-
ing in demography, with atten-
tion on population problems in
underdeveloped countries. A grant
of $30,000 will aid in the financ-
ing of an exchange of social
scientists between the United
States and the Soviet Union.
The Regents also announced a
$200,000 grant for Law School
scholarships from the Gilbert H.
Montague estate. An "Amy Angell
Collier Montague and James Bur-
rill Angell Law Scholarship Fund"
will be established.
An anonymous donor contributed
$46,914.12 for the Botanical Gar-
dens Development Fund.
ON CAMPUS: Now taking applications
for summer and fall furnished apart-
ments. Call 2-2980. 096
SINGLE ROOM for male student for
rent for summer on Vaughn St. Un-
usually convenient bathroom facili-
ties. One or two single rooms for
next academic year. Please phone
2-3932 before coming. C94
BACHELOR APARTMENT. Whitmore
Lake. 3 rooms and bath, utilities, fur-
nished $60 month-private driveway.
Call HI 9-2282. 95
COMPLETELY FURNISHED one-bed-
room apartment for 3. Available for
summer months. Carpeted living
room, excellent study room & mod-
e furnishings. Located near Univ.
Hosp. Reasonable rates. Call 3-6869.
RENT a frozen food locker, $2 monthly,
$15 yearly, assistance on wholesale
meat and frozen food buying. Central
location, NO 2-3476. C50
SUMMER furnished apt, near campus
for married couple. 3 rooms plus
bath. Includes garage. Call NO 3-4145
Ext. H33. C92
SUMMER APT., best available, mod-
ern, furnished, air-cond., dishwasher,
disposal, 2 bedrooms, carport, near
campus and Hill NO 3-6896. 87
SUMMER APT, 3 furnished rooms &
bath. Call 3-7736. 89
APT.-FURNISHED. 2 blocks to cam-
pus. 4 rooms including privatebath.
$110 a month plus electricity. One
year lease from June 1. Call 3-1790.
HOSPITAL-Campus Area. Mod. attrac-
tive furn., 2 bedroom apt. to sub-
let until Sept. 1. Contact NO 3-9973.
WANTED: Summer apt. to sublet by 2
grad women. Contact Margaret
Chambers, 3-1561. C91
SUMMER 4 bedroom house at 1023
Church. Call NO 2-7728. 085
NINE ROOM HOUSE with attached ga-
rage for summer rent at 932 Green-
wood. For four people. Call NO 3-
FORMER DOUBLE now being rented as
single. Large, clean room. Linen. Park-
ing and refrigerator. $35 per month.
Located next to E. Quad, 1108 Hill
St. Cali Dan, NO 5-7930. 083
SUMMER: Modern 2 bedroom furn.
apt., air conditioned, dish washer,
disposal, parking. 2 blocks from cam-
pus & hospital. Phone NO 8-7651. 74
APT. FOR RENT. New fu. apt, for 4
available for summer. 1 block from
campus. Parking facilities available.
NO 3-1828 . 078
SUMMER: Modernly furnished, spa-
cious, 6h room apartment. Can ac-
commodate 4-6 persons. Parking on
campus, reasonable. 5-7824. C81
MODERN 2 bedroom apt. near hospi-
tal. Available June 1. NO 5-7092. C82
TWO BEDROOM Furnished Apt. Three
or four persons. Very reasonable. NO
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858 62
BUMPING, PAINTING, all kinds of auto
repairs. Free estimates. Call NO 5-4042
J. B. Auto Repair 318 N. First Street
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business..
Atlas tires, batteries and accessories.
Complete Automotive Service-All
products and services guaranteed.
"'You expect more from Standard
and you get it."
1220 South University
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8, F1.4,
w/case. Trans. radio, 6&7 Tra. All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leave message with NO 3-4288. B76
WANTED TO RENT
SINGLE WOMAN GRAD student desires
summer apt. close to campus. NO 2-
Figure 5 averag
Call Classified between 1 :C
and 9:00 and 11 :30 Satur
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black billfold, prob. in State St.
shopping-campus area. Reward NO 2-
LOST: Lady's light blue wallet. Con-
tains important cards. Reward. Call
LOST: Passport papers. Call Ginny
Shen, 3-2189. A46
FOUND: 15 weeks (a full semester) of
interesting, newsy reading. This was
found on the Diag., Jan. 28, 1961 and
the owner is wanted desperately.
Please call NO 2-324L for information
and find a semester's DAILY sub-
scription as a reward (only $4.00 too).
WANTED-Two tickets to the Concert-
gebouw. Phone 2-4935. F213
HANK KRASNOW of Tau Delta Phi:
Congratulatoins for your good work.
Other situation impossible. Carolyn
PLANNED PARENTHOODbCLINIC. Ad-
vice of physician on birth control.
Professional counsel on marriage
problems. Clinic hours Tues., and
Thurs. 7:30 to 9. 122 N. 4th Ave. Call
NO 2-9281. P117
ATTENTION: 'Ensian Tryouts: Petition-
ing open for Junior Editorships until
April 28. Petitions available at office.
Join the DAILY and see the world -
through an Associated Press Teletype
JEST IN TIME! P201
SPORTS WRITERS invited! See Cliff
Marks at Daily, 7:30 p.m. Sunday
night or call NO 2-3241. F210
SASSY SARAH VAUGHAN is coming
for JEST IN TIME. Get your tickets
now at the Diag. or the Union from
noon to five. Only $3.50 per couple.
JEST IN TIME
JEST IN TIME
JEST IN TIME
JEST IN TIME
JEST IN TIME P203
SENIORS: Order your graduation an-
nouncements now. On sale at the
Student Activities Building, March
22-31 and April 11-13. Sales from 1-5
each day except March 25,from 9-12.
Price is 12c each. F127
SPRING WEEKEND TICKETS
DANCE & SKIT NITE
On Sale Now
DIAG - ENG. ARCH
e words to a line.
00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
rday - Phone NO 2-4786 .
BIKES and SCOOTERS
1959 B.S.A. Motorcycle: Guaranteed in
excellent shape. Accessories included.
Highest offer. Call NO 3-4187. Z37
1960 LAMBRETTA, Model 150. Best of-
fer. NO 3-7189. N26
1960 MOPED; Excellent condition, ex-
tras, $125 complete. NO 3-1022 before
8 p.m. Z35
LITTLE BEAVER SAYS:
For those spring showers
protect your bike with a
rain cover from
605 Church NO 5-6607
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington
TWO MAY FESTIVAL patron's tickets,
choice center, any concert. Phone
EVERGREENS-at wholesale by Univ.
employee. Spreading Juniper to 5 ft.
3 to $5. Yews to 3 ft. $4. to $9.00. Ar-
bor Vitae 2 to 8 ft. $2. to $5. Dwarf
Mugho Pine $2.00 to $4.00. Call M.
Lee at NO 8-8574. B42
SONY portable radio, carrying' case,
earphone, 6 batteries. Call 3-7541, X-
778, after 5:30 p.m. B41
THE BOOK CORNER, above Treasure
Mart, 509 Detroit St. Open Fri. 6-9,
Sat. 9-5. "Any book anywhere." NO 2-
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, 1 bedroom.:
Call HU 2-3532.. B93
INCOME HOUSE: by a student owner.
Gross income $300 per month. Campus'
location. Call NO 2-6094 evenings. B7
WANTED: Ride to Cornell or area for
two. Weekend of May 13. Share driv-
ing and expenses. Call Jim Berson NO'
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. FF2
Several houses for sale. $900 down. Also
Student, apartments for rent.
SSOC I ATES,
303 S. Division NO 5-9114
323 S. Main
Pilot 12 watt Mono Ark. How much? $20
to anyone at all-WE TAKE TRADES.
Our 595 Diamond needles ARE FULLY
GUARANTEED, Ann Arbor Hi Fi and
TV Center-across from Hill Aud, NO
5-8607. Service and repairs. X17
A-i New and Used Instruments
BANJOS. GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
FOR SALE: 1960 Holden-4 dr. (rt. hand
drive) like new all around, std. t.,
R&H, washers, turn signal, visor, good
tires, economical, complete' Shop
manual and parts list included, parts
no problem, must sell, reasonable.
Call Mr. Lawrence Saph, Brighton,
AC 9-4497 after 6 p.m. N29
1960 CORVAIR, Deluxe coupe. Standard
shift, whitewalls, heater & radio. Good
condition. $1395. NO 2-8820. N25
AUSTIN-HEALY, 1957, 100-6 Roadster 4
seater. Overdrive, metallic blue lac-
quer, silver wire wheels, black leather
interior, black top, tonneau, radio,
heater. Lucas fog lamps, sliding alum-
inum windows, complete tools, own-
er's manual. Like new. Owner school
teacher. $1,775.uLincoln 5-8614 Oak
Park (Detroit suburb). N18
TYPING, quick efficient, 12 yrs. expe-
rience. Call NO 3-9935. Ji5
RITZ BEAUTY SALON
Complete 'line of Beauty Work
IS YOUR HI FT sick, sick, sick? For
needy relief call Doc Craig at Ann
Arbor Hi Fi and TV Center-across
from Hill Aud. NO 5-8607. X1
Mitch Miller Record
Monoro $2.65, Stereo $3.25
605 E. WILLIAM
Phone NO 8-7064
INTERESTED IN JOINING
Come to the Sports Staff Meeting-
Sunday Night at 7:30
where opportunities await you.
709 Packard NO 5-7131
Open every night till midnight
SUMMER: Help wanted-riding coun-
selors for private girls' camp in north-
ern Michigan dune country -16
horses, Eastern style. Contact Gus
Leinbach. NO 3-0067. 1134
$5000 and Up
Vacancies in all western states. In-
quire Columbine Teachers Agency,
1320 Pearl, Boulder, Colorado. H35
DO YOU qualify? Neat, intelligent,.am-
bitious. 3 college students needed to
work part time for top paying sales
promotions positions. Call NO 5-89,
for interview. H1
WANTED: Baby Sitter to live in year
round. Weekends andsome evenings
free. References required. NO 2-9994
after 5:30 p.m. H33
L -' q
Tareyon delivers the flavor...
Female subjects for psychological experiments in-
volving taking of durgs. Must be 21 or over. $1.25
an hour. Subject must be able to provide one-ap-
proximately 12-hour block of free time. Call Mental
Health Research Institute.
NQ03-1531 x. 7410
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