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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 'till 11:30A.M.

The Regents approved 31 leaves
absence Thursday..'
Martin Dyck of the German de-
irtment will do research on the
erman Romantic Poet Novalis
ider . fellowships from the Gug.
mnheim Foundation and from the
merican Council of Learned So-

period from April 17
1961.
To Paris

to June 17,1

cieties.
Melapalayam S. Ramanujan of
the mathematics department wil
do research in India. Chung Nim
Lee of the mathematics depart-
ment will become assistant pro-
fessor at the University of Western
Ontario.
West Germany
Helmut H. Schaefer, of the
mathematics department has been
invited to serve on the Tubingen
University faculty in West Ger-
many. Morton Brown also of the
mathematics department has been
asked to accept an appointment at
the Institute of Defense Analysis
in Princeton, New Jersey.
Prof. Harvey E. Brazer of the
I economics department was granted
half-time leave without salary for
the academic year 1961-62. He has
received a Brookings Institution
grant for research in the econom-
ics of state and local finance.
Natural Resources
John Carow of the natural re-
sources school and director of
Camp Filibert Roth was granted
sabbatical leave for the second
semester of 1961-62. Mrs. Lola-
gene Coombs, research associate
in the Bureau of Public Health
Economics was granted leave from
June 1 to September 15, 1961 with-
out salary.
Prof. Arthur M. Eastman of the
English department was granted
leave for the 1961-62 academic
year to prepare a series of tele-
vision tapes on American Litera-
ture for the Midwest Airborne
Program.
Prof. Howard M. Ehrmann of
the history department was grant-
ed leave because of illness for the

Prof. Paul Henle, of the phitos-
ophy department was granted sab-
batical leave for the academic year
1961-62. He plans to study with
French philosophers in Paris andI
to finish several research projects.
Prof. Gabriel Isakson of thei
engineering college, has been
granted sabbatical leave for the
second semester of the 1961-62
academic year. He plans to do
research on the dynamics of elas-
tic shells.
Prof. Morris Janowitz, of the
sociology department was granted,
leave for the first semester of next
year to permit him to serve on
the faculty of the University of
Chicago.
Extension
Prof. Arthur E. Link was grant-
ed an extension of leave to in-
clude the 1961-62 academic year.
Glenn G. Mastin of the School
of Architecture and Design was
granted. sabbatical leave for the
second semester of 1961-62.
William G. Merhab of the School
of Education and the romance
languages department was granted
sabbatical leave for the first se-
mester of .the 1961-62 academic
year.
Mathematics librarian Ramesh-
war N. Paul was granted leave,
from. August 17 to Sept. 8, 1961
without salary. Lawrence L. Raucb
of the department of aeronautical
and astronautical engineering was
granted leave for the second se-
mester of 1961-62.
Field Expedition
Robert L. Shaffer of the botany
department was granted off-
campus duty to carry out a field
expedition in Vermont' and New
Hampshire.
Prof. Nathan Sinai of the School
of Public Health was granted off-
campus duty for a study of dis-

ability insurance in California. His
research will be supported by a
grant from the National Institute
of Health.
Lawrence B. Slobodkin of the
zoology department was granted
leave for the second semester of
1961-62 without salary. He has an
invitation to serve as a visating
lecturer at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
Histochemistry
Maria Spatz of the Medical
School was granted leave from
June 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962
without salary. She will do work in
experimental and methodological
histochemistry at the laboratory
of pathology and histochemistry at
the National Institute of Health.
Mark Spilka of the English de-
partment was granted leave for
the first semester of 1961-62 with-
out salary. He has been invited to
serve as a visiting lecturer in the
School of Letters at Indiana Uni-
versity.
To England
Ralph R. Stewart, research as-
sociate in the University Herbar-
ium, was granted off-campus duty
from June 1 to Sept. 15, 1961. He
will work at the Royal Botanic
Gardens, New England.
Virginia W. Tibbals, service li-
brarian of the University Library,
was granted leave from April 11
to May 8 because of illness.
Juris Upatnieks, research as-
sistant in the Institute of Science
and Technology, was granted
leave without salary. He has been
called to active duty in the United
States Army.
Harold L. Wilensky of the so-
ciology department was granted
sabbatical leave for the second
semester of 1961-62 and the firEt
semester of 1962-63. He will con-
clude a nine-year study on Labor
and Leisure in the Urban Com-
munity.

BUSINESS SERVICES
LECTURE NOTES:
Notes for the entire semester are
available now at 3041% S. State.
Office hours: 1-5 this Sat., 4-5 M-F
next week. Extra copies are very
limited and will only be sold for
these few days. J30
LOSE WEIGHT and keep it down by
simply restoring your body's normal
chemical balance. Follow the SAWALL
Nutritional Program-Free interviews
sponsored by Your Health and Nu-
trition. 523 N. Ashley. Call NO 2-9541
any afternoon except Wednesdays.
J31
STUDENTS:,Neat, expert typing of
your papers, etc., pickup and deliv-
rey in Ann Arbor. Electric typewriter.
Call OL 3-6258. J29
UNIVERSITY TYPING SERVICE, 1321
S. Univ., NO 2-4250. Rates begin at
25c a page. J23
RITZ BEAUTY SALON
Complete line of Beauty Work
605 E. WILLIAM
Phone NO 8-7066
.T4
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.
MORRI LL'S

BIKES and SCOOTERS
FASTEST MOPED on campus-'58, top
shape, $60. Jim Canfield, 5-9346. Z46
LITTLE BEAVER SAYS:
For those spring showers
protect your bike with a
rain cover from

ONE-DAY
.80
.96
1.12

SPECIAL
TEN-DAY
RATE
.39
.47
.54

FOR RENT
SUMMER, mod. furnished 2 bedroom
apt. 809 E. Catherine, Apt. No. 1. Make
us an offer. NO 5-8434. C99
MUST RENT extra large 6 room modern
apt. for family of 4, beginning June
16. Call 2-4580, Bob Newton. 014
SUMMER, 4 furn. rms. and private
porch, 3 or 4 persons. Two blke from
campus. Call NO 8-6280. 095

605 Church

NO 5-6607
Z31

314 S. State

NO 3-2481
J99

TIRED OF SWISS STEAK AND
MASHED POTATOES EVERY NIGHT?
Come to Ralph's and
find some variety.
RALPH S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7131
J10
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED-2 girls to share modern
campus apartment. NO 3-4585. L
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
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. 081

FOR SALE: 1957 Matchless Motorcycle-
500cc competition machine-perfect
condition $650. NO 3-8000. Z46
FOR SALE - 1958 Lambretta Motor
Scooter .Call 2-3544. Z43
I WILL GUARANTEE INSIDE STOR-
AGE SO LET'S GET TOGETHER AND
GET YOUR BIKES IN OUT OF THE
WEATHER AT 611 CHURCH ST. Z38
'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
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
BUMPING, PAINTING, all kinds of auto
repairs. Free estimates. Call NO 5-4042
J. B. Auto Repair 318 N. First Street
82
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
S2
PERSONAL
TRADE 1st air flight ticket (Lv. 21st Rt.
3rd) for 2nd flight (Lv. 20 Rt. 4th.)
F21
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC. Ad-
vice of physician on birth control.
Professional counsel on marriage
problems. Clinic hours Tues., and
Thurs. 7:30 to 9. 201 E. Liberty. Call
NO 2-9282. F117
BROADEN-your education by living
with a FOREIGN STUDENT. Contact
the Michigan Union Student Offices.
Mon.-Fri. 3-5. Thank you! F
THERE'S STILL TIME to join our most
unusual trip to Europe, USSR &
other Iron Curtain countries, option-
al. Low-cost, unregimented. NO 2-0592.
F41
WANTED - Male roommate for next
year. Call Terry, NO 5-8536. C82
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

Figsre 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

Preview of Grinnell's
PIANO FESTIVAL SALE
Come in any day
and see these tremendous
values from $399 up.
GRINNELL'S

323 S Main

NO 2-5667

the home of Steinway pianos
X24
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X1
FOR SALE
BR-NEW movie camera CANON ZM8
F/1.4 whole set $195. Call NO 3-2684
or NO 2-4789 if interested. B21
APARTMENT furnishings, beds, lamps,
dishes, etc. Call NO 3-6337. B22
TRADE a Canon 8 mm Zoom lens for
any 16 mm movie camera. Call 5-
9614. B17
WESTINGHOUSE Stereo hi fi, diamond
needle, 4 speed, detachable speakers.
5-5288. B19
WIDE-ANGLE LENS for 2% x 31 Press
Camera, solinoid. 2 x 3l Garflarger
Back. 3-section cut film tank, hang-
ers. 3-speed easels. 405 Greene, E.Q.
1$20
DIAMONDS-from our mines to you-
the finest in diamonds. Robert Haach,
diamond importers, 504 1st National
Bldg., NO 3-0653. B27
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-fl 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

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown Wallet. Return to Main
Library Circulation Dept. Ellen. Re-
ward. A72{
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington
W1
PHOTO SUPPLIES
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8, F1.4,
w/case. Trans. radio, 6&7 Trs. All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leave message with NO 3-4288. B76
FOR RENT
LARGE Summer Apart, for 4. Conven-
iently located; off-street parking; 2
bedrooms; reasonable. NO 5-6898. C4
TO SUBLET: Modern 5-rm. furnished
apt. NO 5-5488 or NO 5-8205. C60
SUMMER-3 rm. furnished apt. Avail-
able June 7. Air Con., 6 blks. to cam-
pus. $85 a month. NO 5-9669. C49
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. C106
MODERN furn. apt. for summer. Mod-
ern, tile bath, air conditioned, 2
bedrooms. Call 2-7343 after 7 P.M.
Cr07
SINGLES FOR THE SUMMER. All for-
mer doubles going as singles. Price
$25-$40 per month. Parking, utilities,
refrigerator, and excellent location-
next to East Quad. 1108 Hill. Call Dan,
NO 5-7930.4??
SUMMER-Modern furnished apartment
for two, swimming pool, air condi-
tioning, NO 2-7307, 5-7 p.m. C6
SUMMER SUBLET-4-man apt. Cool.
Two blocks from campus, free off-
street parking. $140 per month, in-
cludes utilities. Call NO 2-0353. C7
CAMPUS-4, 3, and 2 room furnished
apartments. Summer and fall, NO
3-4322. C8
AIR CONDITIONED duplex for summer.
Downstairs with large living troom,
study room, modern bedroom, mod-
ern kitchen, and carport. Upstairs
has large bedroom, study room and
modern kitchen. Call NO 2-3036 after
5 p.m. 09
SUMMER-Furnished 3%-bedroom apt.
One block from campus. Cal Dusty at
NO 3-7483. C86

FURNISHED HOUSE, 4 students, avail-
able in June. Packard and Division.
Call HU 2-7935 after 6. 083
SUMMER-6 rm. house near campus.
3-5 men, furnished with tube. Also
has basement and 2 car garage. Call
3-3429. 089
SUMMER ROOMS, near campus, 1319
Hill St., NO 3-3136 or NO 2-6422. 04
SUMMER APT., behind Rackham Bldg.,
3 rooms, bath, furnished, June 10-
Sept. 1. $160. NO 2-5914. C10
SINGLES for the summer. All former
doubles going as singles. Price from
$25-40 per month. Parking, utilities,
refrigerator, and excellent location-
next to East Quad. 1108 Hill. Call Dan,
NO 5-7930. 012
3 ROOM apt. for the entire summer.
Call NO 5-4230 ask for Lee. 011
3 LARGE rooms, private bath, private
entrance. $80.
Basement apt., private entrance, $60.
Both heat and water. Call NO 8-8834.
C14
1 ROOM, STUDIO for single woman in
fine residential area off Washtenaw
with furnished, complete community
kitchen. Phone 2-6987. 02
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.
C94

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WNTED: Tickets for Airflight to Eu-
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1957 CHEVROLET, yellow convertible,
V-8, powerglide, excellent condition,
$995, NO 3-7643. N49
1953 MERCURY, very clean, NO 2-1022.
N48
SILVER-BLUE 59 Vespa 150, good con-
dition. Call NO 3-0730. N44
VW CONVERTIBLE, 1958, good con-
dition, NO 2-0729. N47
MGA 1958 Red, A-1 condition, extras,
priced to sell. NO 3-4145. N35
1951 MG-TD rebuilt engine, transmis-
sion, ertros. $850. Can be seen at 1311
Brooklyn. Nio
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
HELP WANTED
IF YOU have confidence in your own
ability to sell, you are invited to use
this ability in earning a high com-
miscion rate as a seller of $6.00 and
$4.00 UNIVERSITY PLAYERS season
playbill tickets, during and after the
registration period for summer and/or
fall, 1961. (Summer: June 22-30; Fall:
Sept. 11/13 thru mid-October.) No
cash outlay necessary on your part.
COMMISSION RATES:
10-19 tickets sold: 25c ea.
20-49 tickets sold: 50c ea. retroactive
to first sale.
50-99 tickets sold: 75c ea. retroactive
to first sale.
100 or more sold: $1.00 ea. retroactive
to first sale, or $100.00 plus for each
ticket over 100 sold. Apply in person
at 1502 FB Mondays 2-5, Wednesdays
2-3, or phone U. ext. 3383 for further
information and/or appointment. H52

STARTING IN SEPTEMBER
If you can't beat Ann Arbor land-
lords, join them. Buy our prime
location, campus rooming house.
Beg or borrow $3,000 down, live' in
the first floor 4-room apartment
and rent out the rooms upstairs.
$16,000 full price. Call 3-3032. 063
CAMPUS HOSPITALS - Spacious two
bedroom modern apts. ideally located
for students or hospital employees.
Twin beds, garbage disposal, modern
furniture, off-street parking and
laundry facilities. Applications now
being taken for summer and Septem-
ber occupancy. Call NO 2-7787 days
and 6:30-8:30 3-2785, after 8:30 2-4351.
061
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 forl1 or 2 boys. 075
SUMMER-furn. 2 bedroom apt. across
from Law School. 718 Monroe. Park-
ing space. Call NO 5-8589. C58

NO 3-5098
91
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL-Lovely furnished
apartment suitable for four girls.
Available July 10. Call 2-0671. . C66
6 RM. HOUSE near campus, 3-5 men,
Call 3-3429. 076
5 ROOM new furnished apt., ideal lo-
cation, parking, reasonable. 5-7031
after 6 or weekends. 076
FOR 3-5 PERSONS, low summer rent,
near campus. Call NO 5-6184. 077
MODERN, 2 bedroom apartment near
hospital, available June 1, NO 5-7092.
079
ONE-MAN-apartment for summer. In-
cludes kitchenette and private bath,
on campus. Call NO 5-5240 between
4-6:30 p.m. C5
DUPLEX to sublet, completely furn-
ished, 3; rooms, Harpst Street area,
available after May 27, $85, including
utilities. NO 5-7173. 03
WANTED-Male roommate, preferably
grad to share luxury 2-bedroom apart-
ment, For Summer & possibly next
year, too. $60 including .maid & all
utilities. Need car or, bike. Call NO
2-0592 evenings or weekend. 02
SILVER LAKE 2. bedroom, all knotty
pine, large stone fireplace. Range &
refrigerator, $75. GL 3-2079. CI
STARTING IN SEPT.
If you can't beat Ann Arbor land.
lords, join them. Buy our prime loca-
tion, campus rooming house. Beg or
borrow $3,000 down, live in the first
floor 4-rm. apt. and rent out the
rooms upstairs. $16,000 full price. Call
3-3032. 063
SUMMER-5 room apartment, large;
near campus. Parking, reasonable, NO
2-5367 or NO 5-5550. 061
SUMMER - Modern furnished 3-room
apartment 2 blocks from campus.
Parking. 2-6962. 0107
SUMMER-Modern furnished apt. for
3 or 4 across street from campus.
Call 3-8839. C52
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
TWO BEDROOM, tri-level, June 18-
Sept. 4, furnished. $135 month, 1289
Dixboro Road, 2-4581, Ext. 85,: Mrs.
Bennet. 0-37

WANTED--3rd girl to share modern
apt., convenient to campus. NO 5-8057.
C104

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