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OUT OF STATE STUDENTS:
Party SplitsCharacterize House Debate
(Continued from Page 1)

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'ti 11:30 A.M.

"While I agree that something
must be done about the out-of-
state students, I don't believe this
proposal should be attached to an
appropriation," Rep. Carroll New-
ton (R-Delton) said. "Perhaps our
universities ought not to be con-
stitutional bodies. Then this con-
ditional amendment would be in
order."
"There is nothing drastic about
this proposal,'" Romano argued.
"It doesn't take effect on present
students but only on incoming
students. This gives the ways and
means committee three years to
come up with, an alternate solu-
tion.
Foisting Off
"This is a problem that, must
be taken care of now, and I can-
not conceive of foisting it off on
some constitutional convention
delegate."
Then he changed his line of
attack: "Are we going to educate
our (Michigan) children first? As
long as they increase their out-of-

state enrollment and we don't put
a ceiling on it, they will shove our
students out for the bigger money
from non-residents."
"This proposal is really unnec-
essary," Rep. James Warner (R-
Ypsilanti) countered. "It will not
affect six of the nine colleges. At
the University, for example, we
are charging $750 a year to out-
of-state freshmen and - sopho-
mores. This is more than the cost
of educating them, so we're mak-
ing a profit."
"Out-of-state students cost $6.8
million," Rep. John J. Fitzpatrick
(D-Detroit) put in. "It's too bad
to have our universities go out
and get their students."
"Limiting their selection is not
the answer," Rep. Andrew Cobb
(R-Elsie) said. "They'll just have
to raise the tuition."
Rep. Gilbert Bursley (R-Ann Ar-
bor) explained that the Univer-
sity gets almost as much money
in grants from the federal govern-
ment as they do from the state.
"In order to get these federal
funds, we must be a truly nation-

al institution. If we curtail our
out-of-state enrollment to this ex-
tent, we'll lose this federal mon-
ey."
Oppose Bitterly
Rep. E. D. O'Brien (D-Detroit)
rebuked the opponents of the
amendment. "For a group who
opposed the con-con so bitterly,
I am amazed that they would
willingly let the con-con delegates
settle this matter. I think it's up
to us."
Rep. Russell H. Strange, Jr. (R-
Clare) felt that the state should
boost its resident requirements.
"It's possible to get into the Uni-
versity at resident rates after hav-
ing lived here only six months; I
question how many of our so-
called resident students actually
graduated from a Michigan high
school."
"They say taking many students
from all over is a great cultural
advantage for our children," Rep.
George D. Montgomery (D-De-
troit) asserted. "But how many is
many? Fifteen per cent sounds
good to me. There are 188 Vene-

zuelan students at the University'
so they must be overflowing with
Venezuelan culture. Perhaps we
should transfer some of them and
spread this culture around."
Two Factions
Rep. Harry Phillips (R-Port
Huron) tried to strike a median
between the two factions. "I think
we are trying to do what everyone
wants. But let them have as many
out-of-state students as they
want, but let those students pay
their own way, including their
share of capital outlay."
Green rose to defend his motion.
"Let's let the Michigan students
be educated first. If this means
they have to cut students, let them
cut. There are 11,000 more stu-
dents coming in than going out. I
can't see why the taxpayers should
be saddled with paying for 33 per
cent non-taxpayers.
"I don't say we should elimi-
nate non-residents entirely, but
let's give fair warning to the pres-
idents and the boards.
New York Exports
"It's about time we got this into
its proper perspective," Rep. Fred-
eric J. Marshall (R-Allen) put in.
"Our taxpayers shouldn't have to
pick up the tab. New York ex-
ports 11,000 more students than
they take in, and they aren't wor-
ried about paying for them."
"If we keep raising the out-of-
state tuition, the law of supply
and demand will take care of
everything," Bassett concluded.
"If those students want quality
they'll have to pay for it. But
limiting their numbers is no
good."
The motion passed the House in
a committee of the whole session
by a 53-34 vote. It was later re-
versed in a regular House session
by a vote of 51-47. The prospect
of its reintroduction was still prev-
alent.
SGC Supports
Card Section
Seating Plans
Student Government Council
Wednesday night approved a mo-
tion by Mary Wheeler, '61, that
the Intercollegiate Board of Ath-
letics maintain the SGC-Wolverine
Club block 'M' card section in its
present location in the Stadium.
The board is considering mov-
ing the card section to the end-
zone which would in effect de-
stroy the club.
The Council requested through
the motion that Wolverin~e Club
President Judy Kaplan, '61, and
Council President Richard Nohl,
'61, be allowed to attend the
board's meeting this afternoon.
SGC also directed its education
committee "to investigate the pos-
sibilities of having Adlai Steven-
son, top officials of the peace corps
and foreign ambassadors to come
to the University to speak on the
peace corps."

PERSONAL
WELCOME BACK Jill Pendexter.
Porch Sitters F2
Join the DAILY and see the world-
through our Stained Glass windows.
P245
LONELY graduate student desperately
needs date for Saturday night. Ask
for Paul. NO 5-8192. F??
MIKE "Bubbi" Brunschwig, T.S. -
Drapes, T.V., M.F. The Three Mus-
keteers. F-4
WANTED-a date for this Sat. Call Sue
PhilIapart, Judy Rudness, Barb Fal-
coner, Alex Ellis. Call NO 2-5675. F6
ANTIQUE SHOW and Sale at Ann Arbor
Armory May 5, 6, 7. Noon 'til 10 P.M.
Adm. 50c. F3
MISSED RAID-friend threw black lace
bikini pants out-need them Meet
me on Diag, 2 p.m. Sat. Faith is
restored in Mich. virility. F8
ATTENTION
Subscribers to the DAILY
If you have not paid
for your subscription
by MAY 6, your grades
will be withheld!
F239
LOST AND FOUND
EXCHANGED by mistake: woman's grey
suring coat. NO 2-1476. A58
LOST-1 black wallet initials W.D.L.
Reward. NO 2-9666. A59
MISSING since March 24. Large black
& white male Spaniel-mongrel. Docked
tail. Reward. Call NO 2-5725. A51
CANOE LOST in river during Spring
Weekend. 18 ft. Grumman Aluminum
with seats and sail mast mount. Ph.
NO 3-9348. A60
REWARD for information leading to
recovery of stolen Vicking 95 Tape
Deck and Fleetwood TV Chassis. Hi
F Studio, 1319 S. Univ., NO 8-7942.
A61
LOST-White pearl evening purse by
Thelma Phillips; allegator raincoat,
label J. K. LaFountain. FOUND-4
head scarves at Spring Weekend
Dance and 1 pair glasses, grey plastic
rim. NO 3-3112. A57
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
BUMPING, PAINTING, all kinds of auto
repairs. Free estimates. Call NO 5-4042
J. B. Auto Repair 318 N. First Street
S2
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessories.
Complete Automotive Service-All
products and services guaranteed.
Road Service
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it."
1220 South University
NO 8-9168
82
BIKES and SCOOTERS
1958 VESPA, excellent condition. Call
after 5:00. NO 2-4589. Z41
ZUNDAPP SCOOTER, excellent condi-
tion, $200.00. NO 2-4591, 404 Hayden.
Z41
1959 B.S.A. Motorcycle: Guaranteed in
excellent shape. Accessories included.
Highest offer. Call NO 3-4187. Z37
I WILL GUARANTEE INSIDE STOR-
AGE SO LET'S GET TOGETHERAND
GET YOUR BIKES IN OUT OF THE
WEATHER AT 611 CHURCH ST. Z38
SITUATION WANTED
STUDENTS: Neat, expert typing of your
papers, etc., pickup and delivery in
Ann Arbor. Call GL 3-6258. 1HH13

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .80 2.00 2.96
3 .96 2.40 3.55
4 1.12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
Phone NO 2-4786
WANTED TO RENT
2 MALE GRAD STUDENTS want apart-
ment in campus hospital area. Will
take 1 year lease from June. Call NO
5-7898. L7
MARRIED COUPLE is desirous of find-
ing a furn. apt. for summer. Can oc-
cupy the 7th of June. Write Mich.
Daily, box 11, or call NO 8-9759. L6
HELP WANTED
WOMAN Pastry Cook for boy's summer
camp. Good wages. Phone NO 2-4071.
H42
RADIO COPYWRITER, Interesting posi-
tion for good typist with journalism
aptitude. For interview call NO 2-5517
ext. 24 between 2 and 4. H39
REGISTERED NURSE-For boys' pri-
vate summer camp in Wisconsin,
June 29th to August 16. Call collect,
Tuxedo 5-0346. H51
CAMP COUNSELOR, man to teach in
Northern boy's camp. 8-wk. camp sea-
son. Must have exp. working with
boys and in teaching arts and crafts.
Call evenings, 2-9454. H15
DO YOU qualify? Neat, intelligent, am-
bitious. 3 college students needed to
work part time for top paying sales
promotions positions. Call NO 5-89.0
for interview. H9
WAITERS WANTED for fall semester,
1961. Interviews Monday, May 8th, 4-
5:30. Call NO 3-8508 for appointment
(Norman Leaf). Zeta Beta Tau Fra-
ternity. H40
SECRETARY-Part-time two days per
week. U.S. Government, Ann Arbor
Office. Yearly contract permanent 2-3
years duration to type, file and trans-
pose dictation from Edison Voice-
writer. Pay $1.95 per hour. U. S.
citizen. Phone NO 3-7866 during regu-
lar business hours for interview ap-
pointment. H43
PHOTO SUPPLIES
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8, FL4,
w/case. Trans. radio, 6&7 Trs. All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leave message with NO 3-4288. B76
USED CARS
1949 MG. Rebuilt engine, 500 miles, new
top, uphl., tires. Sacrifice, $1.000. N30
FOR SALE - 1952 Pontiac, really top
drawer. $CLXIX. LXIX. Call DS, NO
5-4969. N32
1958 ENGLISH FORD station wagon.
WW tires, heater, 30 mpg. $590. Phone
Beleville,-OX 7-7026 after 6 p.m. B48
1949 MG. Rebuilt engine, 500 miles, new
top, uphl., tires. Sacrifice $1000. Wells
Baringer, 222 Anderson, E. Quad. 2-
4591. N34
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. Lincoln 5-8614 Oak
Park (Detroit suburb). N18

BUSINESS PERSONAL
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
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington
W1
BUSINESS SERVICES
UNIVERSITY TYPING SERVICE, 1321
S. Univ., NO 2-4250. Rates begin at
25c a page. J23
PRIVATE PIANO - Lessons include
classical and contemporary music
technique and theory. Phone Mrs.
Irons, NO 5-7507. J22
PHONO OR HI FI TROUBLE? Call on
us. Our service is guaranteed, And get
this! Diamond Needles (most standard
types) Only $2.95,when we repair your
HiFi. (10-day offer.) Remember, we
have everything to offer-in com-
ponents, our specialty. One-half block
from Washtenaw. Hi-Fi Studio. J24
Term papers due soon?
Take advantage of our reasonable
and reliable typewriter rental.
Rent a typewriter now-be sureof
having one when you need it.
MORRI LL'S

314 S. State

NO 3-2481
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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X1
Why Buy Hi F l
Before
You See Us
We Take Trades, We ARE Competitive
Listen Before You Buy
REMEMBER-
We Sell At Catalog Prices
And You Pay NO Freight
DIAMOND NEEDLES $5.98
One full year guarantee
Ann Arbor
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FOR RENT
SUMMER: Luxurious, modern apart-
ment. Ideally located. NO 3-7270. C108
FOR SALE or rent, Unfurn. 4 bedroom
home, 1420 Morton Ave. NO 3-02i11
C13
MUST RENT extra large 6 room modern
apt, for family of 4, beginning June
16. Call 2-4580, Bob Newton. C14
MODERN unfurn Nob Hill Apt.-Avail-
able June 15-$75 a month. Call NO
3-3000. 1 4
TWO BEDROOM Furnished Apt. Three
or four persons. Very reasonable. NO
3-4402. 073
FOR SUMMER - modern 3 or 4 an
furnished apt. 1a block from campus.
Call 3-8839. Ogg
SUMMER APT. 2 blocks from campus.
Modern, 2 Bdrm., air conditioned.
Reasonable rent. 5-5381. 0104
SUMMER modern 2 bedroom apt. Of-
street parking. Near campus and hos.
pital. 5-7031 after 6. 0105
LOOKING for a place to rent? Put an
ad in Wanted to RentP Just call NO
2-4786. 0113
SUMMER - 2 bedroom duplex, fur-
nished, modern, attractive, basement,
disposal, and parking. NO 2-9502. C1
LARGE Summer Apart. for 4. Conven-
iently located; off-street parking; 2
bedrooms; reasonable. NO 5-6898. 04
815 PACKARD, 5-room furnished apt.,
summer and/or fall. Phone NO 2-8361,
C0
MODERN, 2 bedroom apartment near
hospital, available June 1, NO 5-7092.
C3
ROOM FOR RENT-1 block from cam-
pus i nFraternity house. No board,
$25.00. NO 2-3215. 010
SUMMER APT., 1 bedroom, furnished.
Two blocks from campus on S. Univ
3-9219. O6
MODERN furnished apt. near campus
and hospital. Offstreet parking. 5-8434.
C21
SUMMER - for 4 students - completely
furnished house. Two blocks from
campus.6 rooms & private bath. Call
NO 2-4401, ask for 407 Chicago. CA,
8-ROOM HOUSE with bath, kitchen,
4 bedrooms to sublet for the summer
or during summer school. Call NO
2-7728. C8
SUMMER: Modernly furnished, spa-
cious, 6%? room apartment. Can ac-
commodate 4-6 persons. Parking on
campus, reasonable. 5-7824. 081
HILL at STATE. Refurnished and paint-
ed apts. For girls or married couple.
Immediate or June or Sept. availa-
bility. NO 3-7268. C103
SOUTH STATE near Law Qu . Newly
furnished, decorated and caipeted 3-
room apt., $105. Immediate ocu-
pancy. NO 3-2800. O1e
SUMMER-entire first floor of house.
5 large rooms, screened porch, back-
yard barbecue pit, completely fur-
nished. on campus, would app. girl.
NO 8-7561. 01.
LARGE 3-ROOM furnished apartment
2 blocks from campus. Modern kitchen
(disposal, etc.). Washer, dryer 171
basement. Parking included in rent.
NO 8-7631 after 5:30. 09
SUMMER RENT - modern furnished
apts., convenient to campus. Air-con-
ditioned, dishwasher, parking. Avail-
able after graduation. Call NO 3-4028.
2
SUMMER: For 3 or 4. Furnished new
modern apartment building. Electric
kit., disposal, tile bath, parking, air-
conditioning avail. % block from
hosp. 5 min walk from Diag. NO 2-
3971. 0102
SUMMER-Modern 2 bedroom furnished
apt., air conditioned, dish washer,
disposal, parking. 2 blocks from cam-
pus and hospital. Phone NO 8-7651.
022.~
DUPLEX TO SUBLET-31% rooms plus
utility room, completely furnished
yard, available to summer school stu-
dents. Prefer couple or single girls.
Packard and Stadium Blvd. vicinity.
Call NO 5-7173. C5
FURNISHED Univ.-operated apts. avail-
able to married students and married
faculty. Leasing arrangements for
summer season. Call 2-3169 or apply
University Apt. office, 2364 Bishop
St. Office open Mon.-Sat. C20
FOR 3 MEN STUDENTS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
60-61 SCHOOL YEAR
2 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS

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REPAIRS

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TRANSPORTATION
WANTED, person to drive VW to Calif.
in June. NO 5-7218.
FOR SALE
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, 1 bedroom.
Call HU 2-3532. B93
17" PHILCO TV, cheap, must sell. NO
2-8676. 360.
MGA 1958. Red, A-1 condition, extras.
Priced to sell. NO 3-4145, N 35. B58
RECREATION ROOM BAR, vinyl coun-
ter. Hand-finished nmolding, foot rail,
4 stools. Call 5-5429. B57
AFTER 6 white dinner jacket and
tuxedo, size 40 long. Call NO 5-7422
after 5 p.m. B56
1958 VW convertible, RNH, 34,000 miles.
Original owner, extra snow tires.
$1,050. Call NO 2-0729. B62
2 MAY FESTIVAL TICKETS. Sat, after-
noon, first balcony. Call NO 3-9226,
Fred. B59
1960 VW Convertible-blue-excellent
condition. $1700. NO 3-8021, after 5
and weekends. B47
1954 OLDS Super-88, Fully equipped, ex-
cellent, must, sell reasonable, 5-4745.
B52
EXCEPTIONAL 40 ft. mobile home. Cus-
tom study, many extras, see to ap-
preciate. $2000. 8-6342 after 6. B51
FOR SALE-House Trailer on location.
953 E. Michigan, Ypsilanti. Lot No.
50. Owners at home 6-9 P.M. every
evening. B50
HARMAN-Kardon AM-FM Tuner with
pre-amp and automatic -frequency
control-$40.00, originally $100.00. 318
Green House, E. Quad. B61
RECEIVED FOR GIFT: duplicates of
Beethoven's Symphonies, Nos. 1, 4, 5,
8, 9. Will sell cheap. Recordings by
Bruno Walter. Call NO 5-7711, ext.
6205 or leave message at desk. B54

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