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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 t11:30 A.M.

The University Services Com-
mittee of the Women's League and
the Michigan Union announce the
selection of orientation leader can-
didates for September, 1961.
Students who served as orienta-
tion leaders in previous semesters
are not required to attend the
Leader Training Meeting on Tues-
day, May 23. They will receive in-
structions from the Orientation
Office in the third week of August.
Former leaders who have been
selected are listed below:
Irving Arenberg, William Barris,
Thomas Bennett, Donald Blitz, Michael
Blumenthal, *Fred Brot, Arthure Char-
matz, Charles Curran, Harvey Donder-
shine, Daniel Gordon, Stephen Green-
berg, Marc Halevi, Gerald Huth, Ger-
aId Kagan, Lewis Kleinsmith, Edward
Klinenberg, Arthur Klinghoffer, Leon
Level, Michael Levitt, James Lipton,
Thomas Lipton, Martin Levin, Robert
MacDonald, Bob Marx, Charles Matth-
ews, William McIntyre, Raymond Mer-
cier, Dan Molhoek, David Myers, Mar-
tin Nemiroff, Vernon Nickel, James Pe-
terson, Alan Rogers, Norman Rubin,
Jeffrey Rubeinstein, *Thomas Chapell,
Michael Sarche, Bernard Schatz, Les-
lie Smith, Jack Stevens, Paul Sullivan,
Walter Vissotski, Robert Wise.
Jeanne P. Abbott, Phyllis Abrahams,
Joanne Bahna, Natalie Block, Harriet
Brownstein, Virginia Champion, Irene
Conrad, Vi Dimeff, Frances Doherty,
Kathleen Engle, Marjorie Fetter, Judith
Field, Roberta Fisher, Mary Freriks,
Carol Galinkin, Maryann Frederich, Kay
Huebsch, Myrna Hurwitz, Joyce Jumis-
co, Kathe Koenig, R. Jill Linden, June
Lonberg, Jacqueline Macartney, Mar-
jorie Meyer, Hazel Miller, M. Jade Mill-
er, Dolores Nachman, Nancy Nasset,
Susan Netchin, Cynthia Neu, Margaret
Nixon, Judith Norman, Jane Offen-
hauer, Jeanne Paluck, Katherine Pat-
ton, Susan Rogovy, Rosalind Rosenberg,
Carla Schwartz, Marjorie Schwartz,

Claire Semmerling, Johanna Silver, Jo-
anne Steiner, Linda Swanson.
Special Staff: William Montgomery,
Linda Morrison, Margaret Shaw, Barry
Slotky, Deborah Watson.
The following list of students
have been chosen by the Univer-
sity Services Committee of the
Women's League and the Michigan
Union as prospective orientation
leaders for September, 1961.
As they have not served as pre-
vious leaders, they are requested
to be present at a Leader Train-
ing Meeting to be held at the
Women's League on Tuesday, May
23, from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Discussion group one, meeting in the
Undergraduate Office, includes: Barry
Sherman, Robert Sprowl, Joel Carr,
Kenneth Tartof, Clark Elmer, Laurence
Pacernick, Edward Klotz, Marilyn Tay-
lor, Laura Szymke, Susan Williams,
Louise Reiner, Gail Standacher, Harriet
Kaufman, Elaine Resmer and Barbara
Discussion group two, meeting in the
Library Study Room A, includes: Wil-
liam Sharfman, William Shell, Richard
Krugel, Roger Lowenstein, Gerald
Schwartz, Jack Stern, Errol Schubot,
Robert Wallin, Janet Jedele, Hope Mar-
der, Bev Katz, Wendy Simon, Linda Mi-
lan, Sue Rootberg, Sue Spencer and
Judy Skrzcki.
Discussion. group three, meeting in
the Library Study Room C, includes:
Leslie Ringle, James Fadin, Larry Rice,
Harold Gross, David Sarles, Herbert
Schwartz, Lucile Santini, M. Joan Ham-
mersley, Annette Applebaum, Peri Bood-
ner, Dotty Deutsch, Nancy Miller, Jean
Pence, Karen Purdy and Nancy Rich-
Discussion group four, meeting in
Conference Room 1, includes: Rebecca
Rutherford, Aviva Sagalovitch, Joan
Lieber, Nancy Press, Lynn Amkelein,
Ann Fitch, Elaine Clealand, Jerold Lax,
Gary Schwartz, Stuart Lippe, Daniel
Gordon, Susan Segall, Robert Flax-
man, Davld Schwartz and Edward
Discussion group five, meeting in the
Henderson Room, includes: Harry Tax-
in, Lewis Hahn, Richard Slowitsky,
Richard Parr, William Hancock, Robert
Pierce, Stuart Main, John Silverman,
Stephen Glasser, Michael McMillan,
Stephen Staich, Don Wehe, Timothy
Gravl, Joel Lamstein and Barbara Vic-
Discussion group six, meeting in the
concourse, includes: Jeffrey Karasick,
Louis Steinberg, Martin Schechter,
Edward Reder, Judith Rubenstein,
Janice Weiss, Dale Greenwald, Anita
Goldstein, Elayne Resnick, Karen Good-
man, Jodie Ellis, Barbara Greenstein,
Carole Hoffman and Jacquelyn Kasa-
Discussion group seven, meeting in
the Ballroom, includes: Thomas Sago,
Robert Paster, John Roberts, Frederick
Gilson, Allen Cooke, Richard Crandall,
Dennis Kromer, Robert Rosenberg
Richard Wilkinson, Gerald Mahoney,
Theodore Theodore, Gregory Malcho,
Barbara Finocchi and Robert Lewis.
Discussion group eight, meeting in
the interviewing and nominating room,
includes: Charles Patterson, John Karls,
Gary Gutow, David Hachenga, Margar-
et Walter, Alexandra Onalev, Marguerite
Sage and Carol Cohen.
Discussion group nine, meeting in
the ballroom, includes: Gregory Gold-
smith, Julie Poud, Judy Reitman, Eliza-
beth Johnson, Judy Dailey, Vicki El-
mer, Harriet Brownstein, Susan Kahn,
Richard Perry, Michael Robbins, Carol
Albert, Susan Smith, Dorothy Mul-
ford, Bonnie Shigemasa, Barbara Shelly
Jane Swift and E. Terry Clark.
Ledley To Analyze
Medical Diagnosis
"Medical Diagnosis with Com-
puters" will be the subect of a
lecture by Dr. Robert S. Ledley,
president of the National Biomed-
ical Research Foundation, at 4:00
p.m. today in the Rackham Amph.

TRADE a Canon 8 mm Zoom lens for
any 16 mm movie camera. Call 5-
9614. B17
4 YEAR OLD Royal Portable Typewrit-
er, excellent condition, reasonable
price. NO 3-7796. B18
WESTINGHOUSE Stereo hi fi, diamond
needle, 4 speed, detachable speakers.
5-5288. B19
WIDE-ANGLE LENS for 2% x 3 Press
Camera, solinoid. 2% x 3 Garflarger
Back. 3-section cut film tank, hang-
ers. 3-speed easels. 405 Greene, E.Q.
DIAMONDS-from our mines to you-
the finest in diamonds. Robert Haach,
diamond importers, 504 1st National
Bldg., NO 3-0653. B27
CONN TRUMPET, excellent condition
with lined case, 2 mutes, Bach 7c
mouthpiece, music, $100. NO 3-5101.
STRING BASS, Kay, with case, stand
and German bow. $130. NO 3-8784.
U-M STEREO Tape Recorder, matching
amplifier and speaker system. Cost
$300 new-18 mo. old-$150. NO 5-
8390. B5
BY OWNER-3-bedroom, colonial, bath
and a half, excellent condition, low
down payment, immediate occupancy.
$19,800. NO 3-8108. B-4
CAMPUS HOUSING-expansive 21 rm.
house with commercial kitchen. Sleep-
ing facilities for 43 students with
room for expansion. Wooded site (over
1 full acre) well located near main
campus. For details call NO 2-2556,
Ward Realty, Realtors. C48
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, 1 bedroom.
Call HU 2-3532. B93
SELLING ALL 200 of my classical rec-
ords, $1.50 each. Also hi-fi set, Gar-
rard turntable with Empire cartridge,
Eico 15 watt preamp, Craftsmen am-
plifier, electrovoice speaker. $130. Also
ceramics, prints, and an electric
stove. Call 2-6347 before 6 p.m. B16
ter. Hand-finished molding, foot rail,
4 stools. Call 5-5429. B57
STARTING IN SEPT.-If you can't beat
Ann Arbor landlords, join them. Buy
our prime location, campus rooming
house. Beg or borrow $3,000 down,
live in the first floor 4-room apart-
ment and rent out the rooms up-
etairs. $16,000 .full price. Call 3-3032.
PAUL-See you at the bottom of the
women's pool Fri. or Sat, at 8:00 in
the water show exhibition. F38
FIRST with the finest-Lambda Chi.
CAF-Folklore singers on diag at 3:00
Friday. Be There! F36
CAF-The Play of the Weather by John
Haywood and the Menaechmi by Pla-
tus, Thursday at 4:10 in the Arena
Theater. F35
CAF-Carillion Bell -Tower Concert by
Sidney Giles at 7:15 Thursday. F37
ANNOUNCEMENTS will be distributed
Wed., May 17, Thurs. 18, Fri. 19, 1:00-
5:00 p.m., 1st floor booth of SAB. F32
LOOK $4 yr. until May 15; Esquire, Fa-
ther's Day special $4 yr. Write Stu-
dent Periodical Agency, Box 1161, AA,
or call NO 2-3061. These specials
available to everyone. F1
WHETHER you decide today to drop a
course or not, Follett's will buy back
your textbooks for cash. If you have
decided not to take the final bring
the books in today.FOLLETT'S, Mich-
igan Book Store. J28
Pickles and strawberry ice cream?
Anything your little heart desires,
Ralph has got it.
709 Packard NO 5-7131
Open every night 'til midnight
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade,
NO 2-4647. J10
Term papers due soon?
Take advantage of our reasonable
and reliable typewriter rental.
Rent a typewriter now-be sure of
having one when you need it.



Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11 :30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington
MOVING? Consult us. We sell for you
or to you anything and everything
on consignment. Treasure Mart. 529
Detroit, NO 2-1363. Open Mon. and
Fri. nites 'til 9. W3
MGA 1958 Red, A-1 condition, extras,
priced to sell. NO 3-4145 N45
CONVERTIBLE -Torch red - Ford '54.
New automatic transmission, engine,
muffler. 18 mpg. In top running con-
dition. Radio, heater, top, everything
works. Well cared for by original
owner. Call 5-7463 after 6. N43
1951 MG-TD rebuilt engine, transmis-
sion, ertros. $850. Can be seen at 1311
Brooklyn. N10
1957 ISETTA. Suntop. $200. NO 3-6353
after 6 p.m. N41
1949 MG. Rebuilt engine, 500 miles, new
top, uphl., tires. Sacrifice, $1.000. N30
WANTED-Ride to Columbus Friday,
May 19. Call NO 5-5747. G21
WANTED-Rider to Los Angeles, leav-
ing June 7 or 8. Call now, 5-9389. G20
RIDES WANTED to San Francisco week
of June 10, NO 3-1561, Ext. 1269, 1263,
1264. G18



and see these tremendous
values from $399 up.

SUMMER-5 large rooms near campus.
Parking, reasonable, NO 2-5367 or NO
5-5550. C61
SUMMER - Modern furnished 3-room
apartment 2 blocks from campus.
Parking. 2-6962. C107
SUMMER-Modern furnished apt, for
3 or 4 across street from campus.
Cali 3-8839. C52
SUMMER -- Furnished 3-bedroom apt,
near campus and hospitals with many
extras. Len or Ron at 2-2600. C-35
SUMMER APT, for 3. spacious, newly
furnished, located 2 blocks from cen-
tral campus. Call Ed Klotz, NO 2-3191
during dinner hours. C-36
JUNE 8-SEPT 3-$75 per mo, plus
utilities (gas, electric, oil), house
trailer, two bedrooms, bathroom,
kitchen, living room, household items
included. Contact by phone, HU 3-
4782. 039
BRAND NEW, furnished two bedrooms,
across from Stockwell, rent insanely
low. NO 5-4745. 030
TWO BEDROOM, tri-level, June 18-
Sept. 4, furnished. $135 month, 1289
Dixboro Road, 2-4581, Ext. 85, Mrs.
Bennet. 0-37
MUST RENT extra large 6 room modern
apt. for family of 4, beginning June
16. Call 2-4580, Bob Newton, 014
LOOKING for a place to rent? Put an
ad in 'Wanted to Rent!' Just call NO
2-4786. 0113
LARGE Summer Apart. for 4. Conven-
iently located; off-street parking; 2
bedrooms; reasonable. NO 5-6898. C4
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
SUMMER and/or SEPT.: 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. C102
SUMMER-Modern 2 bedroom furnished
apt., air conditioned, dish washer,
disposal, parking. 2 blocks from cam-
pus and hospital. Phone NO 8-7651.

323 SMain

NO 2-56671

the home of Steinway pianos
A-1 New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
SUMMER WORK for 3 sophomores or
juniors. Car is necessary. Call 5-5266
for interview. H50
For International Brother Program.
Call or inquire Union student offices.
Pays well in friendship and personal
satisfaction. F27

WANTED: Tickets for Airfight to Eu- TO SUBLET: Modern 5-rm. furnished
rope. NO 5-9176, Doug Dehfoung. K6 apt. NO 5-5488 or NO 5-8205: 060



Call NO 3-4156
Special weekend rates from.5 p.m.
Friday till 9 a.m. Monday.
$12.00 plus 8c a mile. Rates
include gas, oil, insurance..
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
w/case. Trans. radio, 6&7 Trs. All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leave message with NO 3-4288. B76
BUMPING, PAINTING, all kinds of auto
repairs. Free estimates. Call NO 5-4042
J. B. Auto Repair 318 N. First Street

off Corner of S. University Ave.
opposite Campus Theatre

U of M grad, public school teacher,
wishes small apartment in exchange
for managing apt, houses. Write Daily
Box No. 12. PW
ARE YOU going to Kenyon College?
Kenyon Faculty member wishes to
exchange housing with U of M pro-
fessor for summer. NO 2-3455. L14
COMFORTABLE apartment or house-
furnished. At least two bedrooms.
June 19-August 19. Responsible couple
and child. Willing to pay reasonable
rent for, and treat well, a nice place.
Ann Arbor references available. Write
to Wm Cherniak, Chairman, Dept. of
English, Jamestown Community Col-
lege, Jamestown, N.Y. L13
WANTED-2 bedroom, furn. apt. or pri-
vate home for week of June 15-21 for
4 adults. Call Dr. Berlin NO 2-6188.
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
clean, modern, summer apt. for 3. NO
2-4591. 131 Tyler House. L9
GIRL ROOMMATE needed for summer
in a beautiful campus apt, for 3.
Reasonable rate. NO 3-9259. C81
1955'MOBILE HOME, 41 ft., 2 bedroom,
excellent condition. Phone NO 2-
8015 after 4:30. 090
1 ROOM STUDIO for single woman in
fine residential area off Washtenaw
with furnished, complete community
kitchen. Phone 2-6987. C92
ATTRACTIVELY furnished 2 bedroom
apt., near campus and hospital. 3
mos. or 1 yr. lease available. Call NO
3-9973 after 6:00. 093
LARGE modern 1 bedroom apt. com-
pletely furnished with swimming pool
and laundering facilities. Available
for summer. Call 3-0655 after 5 o'clock.






LARGE 3 room apt., centrally located,
attractive, reasonable, available from
June 10. NO 3-9603. 043
3 ROOM furnished apt. Available first
week in June. Couple only. NO 3-4325.
SUMMER-3 rm, furnished apt. Avail-
able June 7. Air Con., 6 blks. to cam-
pus. $85 a month. NO 5-9669. C49
SUMMER: New 4 man pad, Hfuron be-
hind Rackham. NO 5-9518 after 7:00.
3 ROOM furnished apt, near State
and Packard, prefer couple, available
July 1. NO 8-8396. . C56
SUMMER for 4 people, completely furn.
6 rms., 2 story house, 2 blocks from
campus, private bath and garage in-
cluded, $125 a mo. NO 2-4401, ask
for 407 Chicago. 0106
MODERN furn. apt. for summer. Mod-
ern, tile bath, air conditiohed, 2
bedrooms. Call 2-7343 after 7 P.M.
FALL-Furnished. All utilities paid.
Located on Hill St. Phone 8-9538 or
2-3512. 1 apt. for 3 boys, 1 apt, for 2
boys, 1 apt. for 4 boys and 1 apt. for
2 or 3 boys. 074
SUMMER-furnished, all utilities paid,
located on Hill Street. Phone 8-9538
or 2-3512. 1 apt. for 3 or 4 boys and
1 for 1or 2boys. 075
SUMMER-furn. 2 bedroom apt, across
from Law School. 718 Monroe. Park-
ing space. Call NO 5-8589. 053
TWO ROOM APT. on Lawrence St.
Summer rates, also 4 room house, ga-
rage on Elmwood. For information
call GE 7-7523, C105
WANTED-3rd girl to share mod' ern
apt., convenient to campus. NO 5-8057.
FURNISHED apt. for 4, 2 blks from .An-
gell Hall. Living, dining, bedroom,
kitchen, and 2 bathrooms; also in-
cludes fireplace and basement. 333
John St. NO 3-9165. 0103
SUMMER-2 modern efficiencies, 2 blks.
from campus, or S.U. 1-4 people, Call
NO 2-4607. 0102
BLOCK from Campus, modernly fur-
nished and decorated apts. for 1, 2,
3, or 4 girls. June or Sept. NO 3-7268.
SWEET, spacious, summer sanctuary for
four fine fellows or fillies. Phone NO
2-8682. 0100
SUMMER, mod. furnished 2 bedroom
apt. 809 E. Catherine, Apt. No. 1. Make
us an offer. NO 5-8434. 099
LARGE one bedroom apt., completely
furnished, very clean, near campus.
Summer school and first semester.
Evenings NO 2-2291. 098
SUMMER furnished, luxury, 2 bedroom
apt. in new building on campus,,sleeps
4. Stereo, TV, carpeted, deluxe kitchen
and bath, cheap. 3-9572. Cal before
7 p.m. 097
FOR SUMMER, modern, furnished apt.
for 3 or 4. 1 block from campus.
Parking. $150 or best offer. Call NO
3-1828. , 096
SUMMER, 4 furn, rms. and private
porch, 3 or 4 persons. Two blks from
campus. Call NO 8-6280. C95
SUMMER SUBLET, furnished apt. for
married University couple. Phone NO
3-5721. 080

314 S. State-

NO 3-2481

S. Univ.. NO 2-4250. Rates begin at
25c a page. J23

LOST: Tan, light windbreaker jacket
at Wines Field on Tuesday, May 16.
Call J. Kotler, NO 2-4591. A71
LOSTI PROPERTIUS, Elegies in Angell,
near front entrance. Blue binding,
badly worn. Return to 2026 Angell Hall.
REWARD offered for information lead-
ing to return of weapons stolen from
724 E. University, NO 2-1146. A69
FOR SALE -- 1958 Lambretta Motor
Scooter .Call 2-3544. Z43
SCOOTER, 1961, Lambretta 150, L I
excellent condition. $350. Call NO 2-
1354. Z
'58 LAMBRETTA - Runs well-reason-
able-call Roger-NO 2-7776. Z44
NSU Preima Scooter. Electric starter
with new batteries, excellent condi-
tion. NO 3-2837. Z
SILVER-BLUE 59 Vespa 150, good con-
dition. Call NO 3-0730. N44

NO 3-5098

Phone NO 8-7066
DO YOU qualify? Neat, intelligent, am-
bitious. 3 college students needed to
work part time for top paying sales
promotions positions. Call NO 5-8958
for interview. H9

Wright Kay-exclusive jewelers since 1861
- . ti



CAMPUS-HOSPITAL-Lovely furnished
apartment suitable for four girls.
Available July 10. Call 2-0671. C66
2 MEN WANTED for summer apartment
2 blocks from campus. Call NO 3-1412.
6 RM. HOUSE near campus, 3-5 men,
Call 3-3429. C76
5 ROOM new furnished apt., ideal lo-
cation, parking, reasonable. 5-7031
after 6 or weekends. C76


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