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FRIDAY, 19 MARCH 1965

TOE MICMHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVEJ

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 fo 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 10:00 'til 11:30 A.M.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
Appointed: Neill Hollenshead as per-
sonnel director for a term of one
year.

by such, and the nameM of any pa-
trons wh'o are receiving tickets.
5. The SGC appointee shall keep a
record of the preferencing and of thr
order of block ticket drawing and if
requested, this record will be open tc
public inspection.
6. Exceptions 'to the prceding regu.
lations shall be allowed as follows:
(a) Sponsoring organizations mus'
submit requests for exceptions no later
than one month preceding their con-

dent Affairs not later than 12 o'clock

:

SUMMER SUBLET
FREE OENTRAL air-cond. 2 men want-I
ed . for huge 4-man status apt., 2
blocks from campus. 662-2355 for ap-
pointment. U24
CHEAP, spacious, furn. apt. Close to
r campus, for 1-2 or 3. Call NO 8-
7215. U21
TIFFANY-Mod. 3-man apt., air-cond.,1
free T.V., $130. Call 668-8775. U32
CARRIAGE HOUSE - 4-man apt. Two
floors, carpeted, air-conditioned. Cor-
ner Forest & Washtenaw. 761-0120.
U34
LIVE IN luxury this summer-at bar-
gain rates. Air-cond., modern 1 and
2 bedroom apts. balconies, disposal,
new furniture; avail. thru Aug. 15.
Call 665-2689. U33
1 OR 2 MEN needed. Bi-level apt. 3
blks. from campus. Only $30/mo
Call 663-7669. U20
SPACIOUS-half-block from P.A. For
2; all utilities. Call 663-6419. U26
2-BDRM. mod. furn. apt. Close to.
hospitals. A deal for doctors and
nurses. Avail. May 1, air-end., Phone
663-686 or 662-7787. Specify 727 E.
Kingsley, No. 14. U25
1 LUXURY 3 bdrm., 4 or 5 man apt., air-
cond. balcony, 2 blocks from campus.
Call 662-1026. 127
ENTIRE HOUSE
Sublet a spacious, furn. house for
the -summer. Ideal for 4 or 5, in-
cludes 3 bedrms, bath, mod, kitch-
en, dining & living rms., RECREA-
TION ROOM, outdoor patio, a gar-
age. Conveniently located near IM
Bldg., with food & drugstores &
laundromat nearby, & yet only a 1
min. walk from central campus. All
this & more, yet a price lower than
that of "luxury" apts. Call 662-5378.
U7
LUXURIOUS APARTMENT
Mod., 4-man, air-cond., with balcony.
Call 665-5405. U28
2-MAN APT. % block from Law Quad.
726 Oakland. Kitchen, lage bdrm.,
bath, lving-dining room. Ample
closet space. Very reasonable. Call
7643969 or 764-3982. U18
AIR-COND., modern 4-man apt. for
fall and summer. 610 S. Forest. Call
761-1576. U25
SUMMER SUBLET
2 MAN PAD-110 bucks a piece for all
summer. Clean, close to campus on
S. University. 665-6202. U8
SUMMER SUBLET-3-man mod. apt.
at 714 Lawrence. Garbage disposal
wall to wall carpet throughout. 662-
6867 or 764-4365 (before 5:00) U9.
Mod., furn., air-cond. 2 or 3 man bi-
level. 731 Packard, Apt. 208A. Call
665-8086. U29
WE NEED 1 roommate (female) to
share delightful, air-cond., 4-man
apt, at 316 E. Madison for spring-'
summer tefin. Call 65-0951. U13
PVT. BDRM. Share beautiful faculty
house, with 2 socialable male grads.,
near campus, parking space, prefer
age 23-plus. Call 663-7074. U30
NEW THREE-MAN apartment, swim-
ming pool, air-conditioning, guest
lounge, wall to wall carpet. Phone
665-7463 after 3 p.m. U10
HOUSE FOR SUMMER
ll% blocks from Union. 1% baths, liv-
ing room and fireplace and T.V.
Large kitchen, parking. Utilities in-
cluded. For 2 or 3 men. $30/month-
person. 665-4667. U31
3 MAN sublet furn., air-cond., near
campus, avail. May, utilities incl.
Call 665-7080. U13
BRAND NEW, sharp apt. 2 bdrm, 4-
man, all conveniences near campus
$45/man. 663-4686. U12
SWIMMING POOL ;
Modern 4-man, air-cond. apt. Lounge
available, 2 bedrms Disposal, 2 blks
from campus.
761-2283
LUXURY LIVING FOR LESS: $45/man
/mo. Mod, 2-level, 2 bdrm, air-cond.
1 apt. for 4. Dishwshr. Near I-M pool.
665;0759. U6
NEW, Modern, 4-man apt.. Summit
House, $35/mo. Call 3-9472. U22
SUBLET: July and Aug. large, mod.,
htudio-apt. for 1 or 2. E. Kingsley
near State. Call 10 p.m. 761-0885. Ul
COMFORTABLE APT. for 2 or 3, con-
venient location & reasonably priced.
665-2489, U2
SPACIOUS, 2-3 man, 1 bdrm mod. apt.,
paved parking, patio sundeck, near
campus 761-0315. U50
SWIMMING pool. 3-man, guest lounge,

air-cond. Otherextras. 1001 E. Univ.
662.6755. U23
ONE BLOCK from Campus. 2-3 girl
apt, available May 1-Aug. 15.24 rms.
furn. Call 761-2877. U3
3 INDIV. BDRMS. .Any part or whole
summer. 665-2625 or 764-2935. U4
2 LARGE ROOMS plus pvt. bathroom, 2
blks to State St., 21 to Angell H. Sin-
gle AJt., Call 761-1046. U5
ANR-COND., NEW, 3-man apt., sun-
deck, close to campus & both hospi-
tals. May thru Aug. Call 665-2269 U47
ONE MAN wanted for summer for
ultra modern apt. NO 5-0777. U13
2-MAN APT., 2 separate bdrms. Hill
and State. $120/mo. Avail. begin. May
1. 665-8382. U40
SUMMER SUBLET-Cool double apart-
ment. 410 Benjamin. Call 761-0415.
C24
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 4-man apt.
:near St. Joe Hosp. Quiet. Reason-
ably priced. Available *May 1 with an
option for next fall. Call 662-3422, 01
MODERN Summer living in large 4-
man, air-cond. apt. Soudproof/brick
construction. $40/man, 503 Hill St.
665-8400. C46
3RD MALE GRAD. needed to share
house at 1342 N. Univ. Call 668-8692,
evenings. C29
SUMMER SUBLET FOR 4
One block from campus. Modern
lnnuvaprtment. Air-onnitioninst

SUMMER SUBLET

i-MAN apt. 2 bdrm., kitchen balcony.f
No. 7, FOXCROFT APTS. 761-2434.
U40
SPACIOUS, 2 bedroom, modern, bal-
conied, close to campus apartmentF
for sublet. Generous terms. Call 761-
0656. U49
FABULOUS FORUM FOURMAN FOR
FOUR FAIRLY FINICKY, FAR FROM
FRIVOLOUS FOLKS.
NOW-REDUCED RATE
dishwasher, two bathrooms, air-
conditioner, treasured artworks, extra
bookshelves and lamps left for sum-
mer. Close to everything. QUICKLY
CALL 668-6749. U47
SUMMER SUBLET - Air-conditioned,
glamorous, roomy 4-man luxury apt.1
Wonderful location, 326 E. Madison.
Call 662-1860. cis
CLOSE TO CAMPUS FOR 3
Two bedroom apartment for summer
sublet. Excellent condition, new fur-1
niture. Call Judy Goldstein, NO 2-
3225. U28
2ND SUMMER SESSION: mod., all rms.
air-cond., near campus, 1 or 2 girls.
761-0637. U5
SUMMER SUBLET-Forvm Apt. 7, air-
conditioned, dishwasher, 4-man, wall-
to-wall carpeting, 1 baths. 761-1567.
U48
1 & 2 BDRM, furn. & unfurn. apts,
girls preferred. $60/mo per person.
Inquire 721 S. Forest, manager's apt.-
C36
3-MAN, mod., air-cond., disposal, i
block from campus. 715 Church, No.
6. 663-1670. U42
$180/MO., Beautiful, spacious air-cond,
2 bdrms., terrace, 4-man. 1000 Oak-
land, Apt. 312. Call NO 2-8558. U19
LARGE, 2 bdrms., Stadium-Nob Hill
area, very reasonable, ideal for mar-
ried couple. 665-9609. U17
FOR SUMMER or thru Dec-2-man
apt. between Frieze and League.
761-1535. 132
3 RDRM. APT.
NEW, complely furnished. REASON-
ABLY priced. Call 5-6815 or 5-2339.
NEW BI-LEVEL for 2, 3, or 4. Luxury
apt. with air conditioning, dishwash-
er, fully furnished and spiral stair-
case - at bargain summer rates. Call1
668-8723. U3
NOB HILL (Main St.)-3 rms., nicely
furn., single person or couple, avail-
able Apr. 26-Aug. 15 (approx.). 761-
0348, evenings and weekends. U16
"CARRIAGE HOUSE" Apts.- vacancy
for March and April. Call 662-7210
or contact Charter Realty. U49I
NEED 1 GIRL for mod. 3-man apt.
for whole summer. $45/mo. Call 764-
6944 or 764-5960, U14
MAY-AUG.-1 Irg., 2 bdrm., mod., lux-
ury apt. Packard near State. Park-
ing, TV, Hi-Fi, air-cond., balcony,
sundeck THE WORKS. Need 2 men.
663-6548. U41
WANTED TO RENT
ROOMMATE wanted fall sem. pent-
house of 911 Oakland $55/mo. Call
764-0612 or 764-1655. L13
NEED AN APT. for fall? 2 girls wanted
for 4-man modern apt. 2 blocks fom
Diag. Call Allison 764-1065. F7
NEEDED DESPERATELY: 2-man apt.
for Fall term only-going to Europe
Winter term. Call 764-1615 or 764-
9612. L20
TIFFANY-105A
Female roommates to share attrac-
tive air-conditined modern 3-man
apt., 731 Packard. Call 665-3323. L14
HELP WANTED
URGENTLY NEED industrious Junior
or Sophomore Male, part-time posi-
tion. Campus Student Travel field.
Apply immediately by phone to Chi-
cago, collect at 236-6242. H27
SET TABLES from 11:30-12:00 and re-
ceive lunch free. Phi Chi Medical
Fraternity. 2250 Fuller Rd. Call 665-
4802. H26
EAT IT FOR FREE. Dishwasher need-
ed for lunches in fraternity house.
NO 5-6115,1H25
WAITRESS--Full or part time. Apply
Brown Jug, 1204 S. University. H24
BETH ISRAEL Congregation is now tak-
ing applications for teaching posi-
tions in its religious school for 1965-
66. Call NO 5-9897 for appt. by
March 17. H19
MEAL JOB-Lunch and dinner. Call
steward at Phi Kappa Tau, 665-9682.
BROADCP.STING Engineer for WPAG.
FCC first phone license required. Call
663-6565. Evenings, NO 3-3672. H42
BLOOD DONORS

URGENTLY NEEDED
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon., 9-4; Tues.,
9-4; Fri., 1-7, 18-21 yrs. old need
parent's permission. Detroit 'Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan, Ypsilanti, Mich. H29
BUSINESS SERVICES
GIRL WANTS summer job away from
Ann Arbor, sitter or companion, ex-
perience with handicapped. Call 662-
6932.
TYPING done in my home-3308 Spring-
brook, Ann Arbor. Phone 761-0200.
FIND BETTER EMPLOYMENT
THE EXECUTIVE WAY
Circulate your Resume
to employers of your choice
Most complete book on Resumes
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME
Individual chapters with examples
and letters,
Students-Military-General
Business, etc.
Send $2.00
EMPLOYMENT COUNSELORS, INC.
33 West 42nd Street
New York. N.Y. 10036

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-4-MAN, May to May lease.
$150 in Winter, $125 Summer months,
plus utilities. Furnished, large base-
ment. CALL 662-8760. C33
FUN-LOVING girl needed to share in-
expensive, close to campus apt. with
2 other girls-for falland winter,
65-66. Call Beth, 764-5995. C15
ONE OR TWO male roommates wanted
for summer to share new luxury
apartment. Close to campus, spacious,
air-conditioned, with all accessories.
662-1860, 326 E. Madison, No. 15. C34
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
MARRIED COUPLE ONLY
Luxurious, 1000 sq. ft., 2-bdrm. un-
furn. apt. on W. Stdaium with free
parking privilegs on campus. $145
per mo., includes everything but
lights. Call 663-7268 or 665-0234. C32
NEED 1 OR 2 roommates (female) for
next fall? Call Joanie 764-5925. C35
1 GIRL TO SHARE apt., newly redeco-
rated, close to campus. Call 662-5800
after 5:30. C38
SUBLET-Furnished Double, 47 paces
from Law Club. Free parking. Avail.
May 13-Aug. 20. Call 665-8163. C18
LARGE TWO-ROOM EFFICIENCY-1-
2 pers. furn., $90/mo. includ. util.
319=a E. William near Division. Avail.
summer and year. 761-2707. C36
NEW, LUXURY APTS. for fall, 2 bdrm,
4 man. Varsity Properties, 662-7961.
FULLY AIR-COND., 2 bdrm, furnished
at unfurn. price-near Island for
2, 3 or 4. Call 662-9847. C29
WHAT A FIND!!!
A cool, summer apt.-air-cond. with
2 bedrooms-available May 1. Call
NO 5-6874 or 761-0222. C25
3 SANS SOUCI
3-MAN FOR FALL-New mod., 1 bdrm.
apts, Limited number left. Very large,
furnished, air-cond., balconcies. Call
8-8723 or 5-8330 or 5-2689. C
119 N. THAYER, one, two, and three
man furnished apartments, wall-to-
wall carpeting, disposals, etc. for fall.
Ideal for students or nurses.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 days Eves. 663-9064
NEED ROOMMATE (female) to share
5-rm. apt Inquire 413 Hoover, Apt.
No. 1. from 9-2. C16
MAYNARD HOUSE .mmediate occu-
pancy-furnished or unfurnished. 1
bedroom, 9thf loor, $18 mo. NO 5-
4067 or 761-1812. C46
1341 GEDDES, two bedroom apartments
in a newer building with new living
room furnishings, wall-to-wall car-
peting, disposal, etc. for fall. Close
to campus and hospitals.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 days Eves. 663-9064
NEED 1 MAN to take over lease of
furnished, new apt. Move in anytime.
Call Jim at 663-7:39 C12
OAKLAND-TAPPAN
APARTMENTS
STUDIO & 2 BDRM. APTS. now renting
for fall. Fully furnished, heat and
water Included. Located conveniently
near campus. Call NO 2-4169 until 9
p.m. C22
STATE STREET MANOR
Spacious, beautifully furnished 1 and
2 bdrm. units. Air-cond., garbage
disposal, parking, opposite Yost Field
House. OPEN HOUSE Sun., 12-4, or
see manager, 1111 S. State St. C31

PERSONAL

COMING APRIL 1, 2, 3
MICHIFISH SHOW
Tickets Now Available
F25
TEACHERS - Don't cut your classes
Wednesday! Stay and lecture about
Viet Nam instead. F17
TONIGHT, Princeton.
Tomorrow the world!
F22

NCAA All The Way!

F7

2 JET TICKETS AVAIL. 1 price. Lon-
don to Detroit, June 2. NO 3-2907.
COME AND HEAR what Thomas Hil-
bish conducting the ARTS CHORALE
and the SYMPHONIC CHOIR can do
for Bach, Vivaldi, and Brahms. Hill
Aud. at 8:30 p.m. on Monday, March
22. ADMISSION FREE. F19
JOHNN K.
One more day
J. B.'s CORNER-
My mind is blank and now, so is
this column. F20
SEE EUROPE the SSTS way. Private
guided car tours. Handsome student
guides, anywhere in Europe. Meeting
Wed. 5-6 p.m. at 1405 Hill. For info
call Sara at 3-3384. F41
TENOR? Need a good tenor to fill a
vacant position in an established
commercial folk group. Good pay.
Call Ben, 662-1860 after 5. F23
AN ENTIRE HOUSE available for sum-
mer sublet. 4 palatial bedrooms, liv.
rm., din. rm. & kitchen, garage. 3
room basement, furnished, rock gar-
den and fire escape. 764-7678 or 764-
2603-Close to campus! F42
ther was a Doctour of Psysik
In all the world
ne was ther noon him lik."
Chaucer and I say
Happy Birthday, George. F24
Be safe at night with Rebuff!
Available at the
VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 S. Univ.
ALL STAFF BUSINESS MEETING -
Sunday at 7:00. Be there or you won'tI
be one of my favorite people. F26
SUMMER IN LOVE!!
With 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Air-
conditioning, dishwasher, garbage
disposal, terrace, and a location one
block from campus you can concen-
trate on the motivating force in life-
LOVE-4-5 people wanted. Call 665-
5753, F44
A HAPPY but belated birthday to
Sheila Berger on the occasion of her
,21st. F27
WANTED-Riders to California after
finals. Must be willing and able to
share driving and expense. Call Jean
764-3955. F48
THANKS so very mouch to all the
people who helped put the fashion
supplement together-the models, the
wardrobe girls, the photographers and
everyone else who worked so long
and so hard on it. F28
OPEN RUSH for fall '65. Ann Arbor's
most simulating intellectual environ-
ment. One opening in 4 woman-
anartment. Few conveniences but
many benefits. Call 764-7907 for ap-
pointment. FS
NEED 2 MEN to share mod. 2 bdrm. bi-
level, air-cond., apt. for summer.
Dishwasher and disposal. 665-0759. F2
DO YOU owe The Michigan Daily
money for display or classified ad-
ve,ising? If so, be sure these bills are
paid on or before March 19. Credits
will be withheld if upaid.
Sincere F28
SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID
FOR by March 19.
If payment is not received, the
Michigan Daily will withhold your
credits.
Payment may be sent to the
Student Publications Bldg., 420
Maynard St. F19
Are you a RELIGIOUS person?
If so, don't miss this chance to live
on Church Street this summer! 2-3
man apt. 2 bedrooms, new furni-
ture. Will bargain. Call Judy Gold-
stein. 662-3225. F15
DO YOU HAVE A SUBSCRIUTION TO
THE MICHIGAN DAILY?
Your payment is due by March
19 or your credits will be withheld,
Payment may be sent to the
Student Publications Building, 420
Maynard St. F18
RENT YOUR TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
AUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 S. University, 663-7151.
FOR THE FINEST in Dance Music-It's
Johnny Harberd
Art Bartner
Ray Louis
Maximillian
Peter Clements
Wadye Gallant
Contact The Bud-Mor Agency
1103 S. University
NO 2-6362
WAKE UP SERVICE - Have your
phone ring at any designated time-
dayor night--LOWR ATES, DON'T
BE LATE FOR CLASS OR WORK-
AGAIN. TELEPHONE ANSWERING

SERVICE, 665-8871 (24 hours). F42
SEE MARK RICHMAN Prestige Party
Favors for the most unusual line of
party favors everaassembled by one
company. Office and Show Room at
1103 S. University. NO 2-6362. F
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
with compatible backgrounds, inter-
ests and ideals. Interviews by ap-
pointment. Phone 662-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
USED CARS

MUSIAL M SE.Approved: That the Student Corn- cert.
MUSICAL MDSE., mittee to Ail the Faculty (SCOA) (b) HousJng units may petition fo,
RADIOS, REPAIRS be granted temporary recognition for special consideration no later than
a period of three weeks pending cer- the Tuesday preceding the SGC meet-
tification of satisfactory financial ar- ing before the opening of block ticket
A-I New and Used Instruments rangements with the auditor for stu- sales.
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS dent organizations. 7. Any person wishing to witness the
Rental Purchase Plan Approved: 1. A limit of 3100 tickets block ticket sales drawing will be
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR shall be set aside for block ticket permitted to do so.
119 W. Washington sales. Approved: After suspension of rules
2. Recognized housing units may that the Organization Against Teach-
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES submit, nine days preceding the con- ers Striking (OATS) be granted tem-
cert, by 3 p.m. to the SGC office, re- porary recognition for a period of
quests for a given number of tickets. three weeks pending clarification of
RENT A TRUCK Should this date fall on a weekend. a satisfactory financial arrangement
SGC shall set Friday as the deadline with the auditor for student organi-
en vans. date. The housing unit may specify zations.
Pickupspanels, Ysani andt v ticke tsin a given price range. Approved: That SGC give $250 to U
5 rRtMich. 3. The numbr of tickets that may of M. students who went to Montgom-
EWN4CARS be purchased by any one housing unit ery. Ala , to help cover their travel.
may not exceed the following limita- legal, and food expenses and medica'
1960 AUSTN _EALY 3____4_sped tions. expenses. That this money be sent
transmission with electric overdrive. Maximum Tickets immediately and used at their discre-
Spoke wheels. New clutch. pressure Size of Unit Average Unit Allowed tion.
plate throw-out bearing, transmis- Under 15 3( 12.6 22 Approved: That SGC endorse the fol-
sions seals, tires, battery. Call 764- 16-25 20 17.5 30 lowing statement signed by the Uni-
0916. N13 26-35 30 28.3 46 versity of Michigan students partici-
36-40 6rw 39.5 64 pating in the civil rights demonstra-
41-50 9( '45.6 80 tions in Montgomery, Ala.:
TIRED OF USED CARS? - 51-60 2 () 54.0 94 "We th estudents of the University
Here's your chance to get a 1965 Gen- 62-70 20a 67.5 110 of Michigan have come to Alabama out
eral Motors OPEL at a used car price: 71-80 50) 76.8 126 of a deep sympathy concerning those
We have OPEL demonstrators for 81-90 70, 86.2 140 citizens of this state whose consti-
sale at prices below list and below 91-100 6(w 95.5 156 tutiofial rights, i.e., the right to vote
what it costs for many used cars. All 101-120 9t114.9 170 the right to peacefully assemble, an('
these cars have a 2year-24 thousand 121-140 4(%136.0 186 the right to peacefully petition their
mile General Motors warranty. Eco- 141-160 6o' 153.3 206 government for a redress of grievances
nomical? An average driver, should 161 and over 3(1 172.0 224 have been and are now being violated.
expect at least 30 miles per gallon. 4. Following the' deadline for block That this matter should concern us I
OPELS never need chassis lubri- ticket requests, the ticket chairman based upon a conviction that ours is
cation for the life of the car and of the sponsoring organization shall in one nation indivisible. As Governor
OPEL standard equipment includes the presence of an SGC appointee, Wallace recently found just cause tc
everything you'll need, except a not a member of SGC, proceed to se- express his beliefs in many of our
radio. Company policy forbids us to lect the order of seating of blocks home states by his very presence, so we
advertise demonstrator prices, but drawn by chance. This process shall see just cause to express our beliefs
be assured this ad is not a come-on continue until the maximum 3100 here in Alabama.
and these cars are offered as real seats are filled or until all block "We, therefore encourage Governor
bargains. If you will phone Mr. ticket requests are filled. Any addi- Wallace to secure for all citizens of
Ehnis at Ann Arbor Buick, NO 2- tional seats remaining after satisfy- Alabama the right to vote. We urge
6576 he will be happy to provide ing block ticket requests shall be sold further that he acknowledge the right
prices and complete information with along with individual ticket sales' of citizens to assemble peacefully and
no obligation to you for calling. V3 Housing units which are selected will petition for a redress of grievances.
be required to purchase the full That we believe these rights to be es-
amount of tickets that they have re- sential to the combined unity, liberty,
INC quested. Failure to do so will result welfare, and dignity of the United
NEW CARS AND SERVICE in the loss of their chance to pur- States of America, we hereby demon-
chaseblock tickets for that particu- strate by our presence. We also fee'
506 E Michigan, Ypsilanti lar concert. that Governor Wallace, by his personal
E Hig,- ps1755. On the Monday preceding a con- acceptance of the petition carried to
HU 22175 cert, unless SGC grants an exception, him, would be demonstrating his be-
Washtenaw County's only individual sales will begin. No individ- lief and faithin the continuedhunity
authorized V.W. Dealer ual will be able to purchase more than liberty, welfare, and dignity of our
V four tickets. Sponsoring organizations country, in addition to reassuring th
shall reserve 1,077 seats for individual domestic tranquility o fthe State of
LOST AND FOUND ticket sales equally among all price Alabama.
ranges and locations. Approved: That an ad-hoc commit-
LOST-Big black-male cat named Mack GENERAL PROVISIONS: tee of SGC be established to conduct
from 510 E. William. Battle-scarred, 1, Fraternity pledges shall be con- research and obtain information con-
much loved. Call 668-6234. Reward sidered as fraternity members with cerning the feasibility of establishing
' respect to buying block tickets and a University-owned bookstore.

noon on Tuesday prior to the event.
FRI., MARCH 19-
Alpha Delta Phi, TG; Alpha Epsi-
lon Pl, T ^; Alpha Tau Omega, TG;
Beta Theta PI, TG; Chi Psi, TV Semi-
linals; Cooley, Open-Open; Delta Upsi-
lon, TG; Delta UpsFlon, Party; Evans
Scholars,' Party; Fisher, Open-Open;
Hinsdale, Open-Open; Inter-Fraterni-
ty Council, IFG President's Party.
Kappa Sigma, Friday TO; Phi Gam-
ma Delta, Record Party; Phi Epsilon
Pi, Party; Phi Kappa Psi, TG; Phi
Kappa Psi, Party; Phi Kappa Tau,
Closed Party; Prescott, Open-Open;
Scott, Open-Open; Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, Party; Sigma Phi Epsilon, TG;
Strauss, Open-Open; Van Tyne, St.
Patrick's Dance; Zeta eZta Tau, TV
Semifinals.
SAT., MARCH 20-
Acacia, Mother's Day; Adams, Open-
Open; Alpha Delta Phi, Record Party;
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Pledge Formal;
Alpha Tau Omega, Party with. Sigma
Alpha Mu; Beta Theta Pi, Band Par-
ty; Chi Phi, Pledge Formal: Chi Psi,
Dance; Cooley. Open-Open; Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon, Mothers' Weekend; Delta
Tau Delta, Band Party; Greene, Open-
Open; Hinsdale, Open-Open: Kappa
Sigma, Hay Party.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Closed Band
Party; Lloyd, Party & Open-Open; Ox-
ford Emanuel, Open House; Phi Epsilon
Pi, Party; Phi Gamma Delta, Pledge
Formal; Phi Kappa Psi, Dinner &
Party; Phi Kappa Tau, Closed Party;
Phi Sigma Kappa, Pajama Party; Pi
Lambda Phi. Bus Party; Psi Upsilon,
Pledge Formal; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Party; Sigma Chi, Band Party; Sigma
Nu, Pledge Formal; Strauss, Open-
Open; Theta Delta Chi, Playboy Party;
Theta Xi, Pledge Formal; Tyler, Open-
Open; Van Tyne, Open-Open; Zeta
Beta Tau, Party.
SUN., MARCH 21-
Wenley, Open-Open.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
NAIRO (National Assoc. of Inter-
group Relations Officials), Wash., D.C.
-Announces Eleanor Roosevelt Human
Rights Internships. 1 yr. work-study
program begins July for careers in
Intergroup Relations. Degree not req.,
Salary. Application deadline April 15
Additional information at the Bureau
including list of participating agencies.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Zimmer, Warsaw, Ind.-Attn.: Sen-
lors-Engrs.: Chem, or Metal., Mater-
ials eval., basic & applied res. dev.;
ME ne wproducts des. & dev. Also
sales promotion & export managers for
admin. & mktg.
Macklin Co., Jackson, Mich.-General
Accounta nt.May or recent grad, pref.
married man. Career opportunity with
mfr. of grinding wheels.
Kordite Corp., Macedon, N.Y. -
Product Manager. Grad top one-third
class. Pref. advanced degree, 2 yrs.
direct selling plus prod. mgmt. exper
Completed military service. Located in
Ill, or N.Y.
Atlantic Refining Co., Philadelphia,
-Operations Res. Analyst, PhD, MS.
or MBA with bkgd. In Operations
Res., Math, Statistics, or Indus. Engrg.
Exper. not req.
Johnson & Anderson, Inc., Pontiac,
Mich.-Civil Engrs. (Design), BSCE,
2-3 yrs. exper. mini. Male for immed.
opening for municipal systems design,
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAS-
Michigan State Univ., Dept. of Soc.
& Anthro.-Students from late April
through summer t oconduct interview
surveys of Michigan farmers.
Jewish Community Center of Toledo
-May grads with majors in elem.
educ., phys. ed., soc., or psych. or day
camp counselors.
Kay Engrg. Co., Brown City, Mich.
-Rodmen for surveying crew; includes
work on subdivisions, dev. planning,
topographicals & property surveys.
* * *
Details at Summer Placement, 212
SAB.

FOUNI--a stewart plaid all wool scarf,
Cisco label. Call 764-3963. A30
A. Zola ZILCH Shulman. As tender
etc. The responsibility falls less on
ya than on us to feed us. Come soon.
GOLD CHARM BRACELET lost. Senti-
mental value. REWARD. Call Gary,
764-6654. A36
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA NOW! Buy, reserve, or lay-
away before the spring rush. 24 hr
delivery on all 12 popular 1965 models.
30 or more to choose from. See them
at HONDA OF ANN ARBOR, 1906
Packard Rd., 665-9281. Z
SEE IT NOW - The '64 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223 S. First
FOR SALE
BUY AND SELL THROUGH
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately
owned articles.
Autos, motorcycles, bikes, T.V.,
Hi-Fi's, furniture, cameras, etc.
PHONE 662-6574, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
B6
MOBILE HOME, 10x50 feet, 2 bdrms.,
1 converted to a study, 662-8027. B4
1964 RED YAMAHA 80c.c. 500 miles.
Call evenings 662-0025. B5
PORTABLE TAPE RECORDER, like
new-Call 761-1598 or 665-2846, Ask
for Boss. B3
BARGAIN CORNER

they also shall be considered members
of their residence hall units .
2. After men's rush each semester
Interfraternlty Council shall provide
SGC with the total number of mem-
bers in each fraternity counting pledg-
es of the fraternity.
3, Following this period each semes-
ter, SOC shall send written corres-
pondence informing the presidents of
all affiliated housing units the cal-
culation as to membership with re-
spect to block ticketesales and the
maximum number of tickets which
they may purchase for any given con-
cert during the following semester.
4. Central committees and executive
officers of sponsoring organizations
may reserve no more than six tickets
per central committee or executive
board member. The central committee.
executive officers, and patrons shal'
have first choice for their block. They
shall inform SGC of the total num-
b erof resrved seats at the time of
block ticekt drawing and shall sup-
ply SGC with a list of central com-
mittee members or executive offi-
cers, the number of tickets purchased

The committee shall obtain infor-
mation about:
1) Bookstores at other universities.
2) Past attempts mad eat U. of
M. to establish a bookstore.
3) Regent ruling and interpretatior
of that ruling which prohibits a Uni-
versity-owned bookstore.
4) Other pertinent information.
The committee shall be empowerec
to offer suggestions of SGC.
The committee chairman will be ap
pointed by the President of Student
Government Council. The chairman
shall appoint members with the con-
sent of the President of SGC. SGC
members on the committee will be
Steve Daniels and Mickey Eisenberg
and other interested members.
Events
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are remind-
ed that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Stu-

Apartments Galore
FOR FALL: 2, 3, 4, & 5-person apts.
from $95-$240. Campus locations. New
and used buildings. Summer Sublets
also available.
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
1307 S. STATE. Male needed. Private
rm, $45. Call 662-8'66 (Mr. Kennedy)
or 161-0421 (Barry). C20
4-MAN, furn., mod. apts. $210/mo.
Hunter-2-6776. Call after 5 p.m. C21
ATTENTION groups of 2 and 3-Do
you want luxury and privacy next
year? Split-level design of ouar apts.
is your answer. Call 663-8866. C28
STATE AND PACKARD
1, 2 or 3 man apts. Chestnut Prop-
erties Ltd. 662-7961. C31
APARTMENT HUNTING?
SEE
APARTMENTS LTD.
Quality locations, one and two bed-
room units. Many available in new
buidings. Spring & Summer leases
available. For information:
APARTMENTS LTD.
610 S. Forest
663-0511
C18

SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
LEVI'S SLIM-F ITS-$4.25
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors--$6.98
S-T-R-E-T-C-H LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"WI',t0" and Colors-$5.98

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Challenge and Excitement . .
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Then Judy Fields and Judie Warren
WANT YOU
If you're bored with nothing to do but homework,
If you're looking for a place to contribute some of your skills,
If you've been harboring a desire to write or work with advertising,
If you'd like to sell to Ann Arbor merchants for a change,
If you like to meet new people, work hard and have fun,
Then come on over to THE MICHIGAN DAILY and talk with our
Personnel Managers.
r This one move could change your entire college life.

LEVI'S JACKETS
Blue Denim--$5.49
"White"-$5.98

MARRIED?

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LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungarees-$4.49
TURTLENECKS-$1.69
(15 Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nites
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

moves you in. No Closing costs.
$82 a month.
COLONIAL SQUARE
TOWNHOUSES
Platt Rd. South of Packard
Pnone 682-8131

C44
FURNTSHED HOUSE - 1716 Geddes (at
Oxford). 3 bedrooms, washer & dry-
er, garage, suitable for 3-4 students.
May occupancy. Will be shown Sun-
day, March 14, 1-5 p.m. Cl
EIGHT HUNDRED FULLER
NEW 1 and 2 bdrm. furn. apts. Avail-
able immediately. Close to campus
and hospital.

Ann Arbor Core

announces

JAMES FARMER
Nat'l Director

to speak at
Ann Arbor High School

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