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


ENTIRE SUMMER $130. Need 1 girl
to share 5 rooms (1st floor). 2 blocks
from campus. Call 668-7702. U23
3 TO 4 MAN APT., cheap, 615 Church
2min. from campus. Near shopping
area ,storage space, parking. 665-
9806. U24
SUMMER SUBLET-Mod., furn., air-
cond., 2 or 3 man bi-level. 731 Pack-
ard. Apt. 208A. Call 665-8086. U25
THE COOLEST PAD on campus is up
for grabs for this summer. 2 story
house; 3 bedrooms; modern kitchen;
fireplace; porch. Very close to central
campus and inexpensive, too. Call
665-2431. U7
1,2, & 3 BDRM. APTS.
Spacious, new, air-cond., turn., deluxe
apt. for summer. We have a LARGE
variety, Call now, 5-8330 or 8-87234
or 5-2689.
CHEAP! Modern furnished apt. for
3 or 4. Great location, 1 block from
campus. Air-conditioning and bal-
cony. Will bargain. 662-6452. U8
GREAT DEAL! 2 or 3 man, 2 bedroom
aot. with laree kitchen and living
room, TV. 1113 S. State, No. 3. 2-9221.
2-MAN APT., well turn., 3 rms. Corner
of E. Univ. and Hill. Reduced rent.
f Call NO 3-6714. U9
EXCEL. LOCATION. 2-man apt. across
from Bus. Ad. and Ed. Bldg. $105/mo.
Utilities incl. 662-7812. U27
VACANCIES - Air-cond., spacious,
fully equipped, TV, balcony. Call 665-
5884. U22
j SUMMER SUBLET-2 bdrm., furn. apt.
summer rates, washer and dryer fa-
cilities, cool in summer, good loca-
tion, close to campus. Call 662-0621
or drop in 1015 Church St., Apt. 4.
WE REFUSE to let anyone persuade us
to rent our 2-man turn. apt. for more
than $70/mo. Come to 310 N. Statei
(superb location) and tell us what
you think. Call 761-1736. U10
Yes, summer sub. an ENTIRE HOUSE
that incl. 3 bdrm., living room, din-
ing rm., mod. kitchen, bath, REC-
REATION ROOM, outdoor patio, and
garage. Located near I.M. Building
(10 min. from campus) with 2 drug
stores, grocery store, and laundromat
nearby. Get this- turn. house, ideal
for 4 or 5, for $160/mo. (this is only
$40/mo. each for 4 men. Call 662-
5378. U20
ny riverside apt, avail. for sublet.
Call Clark Norton 764-6752 for de-
tails. 1
SUMMIT HSE. Apts.-Mod., 5-man apt.,
kitchen utensile and TV included.
$180/mo. Call 665-2339. U11
S YOUCAN'T afford to miss seeing our
apt. Large, very close to campus, for
2 or 3. Call 764-8652 or 764-8653. U29
NEW, MOD., completely turn. 3 or 4
man apt. Air-cond, and all conven-
iences. Excellent location. Call 662-
7440. U13
FURNISHED house for 2, 3, or 4. $360
for entire summer, including utili-
ties. Call 663-3131; 5:30-7:00. U2
man apartment for this summer.
Duplex, dishwasher, air conditioned,
1 block from campus. 663-1392. U34
FURN. APT. 1 or 2. 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Call 662-2120 evenings. U14
663-6246. - U42

MODERN Summer living in large 4-
man, air-cond. apt. Soudproof/brick
construction. $40/man, 503 Hill St.
665-8400. C46
MALE TRANSFER needs roommates
and mod. apt. for summer semester.
Call 764-4970. U3,1
HUGE 2 or 3 MAN Apt. avail. May'1.
Lower %, house incl. basement and
utilities. % block from E., Eng. 421
Church. Call 761-0221. Will bargain.

We're proud of you.
LiZ and Liz F32
SEEKING THIRD for Interesting Scuba
Project, 6 weeks starting mid-July.
Call 761-1078. F27
THREE GIRLS will cook for three
Sammies. Call' S.A.&M. F33
this summer. No experience necessary.
$100. Call Judie, 764-0562. F26

Very nice turn., 3 bdrm. house, fire-
place and garage. Grad. students or
nurses preferred. 12 mo. lease. Call
after 5:30 p.m. and weekends. 665-
7504. C l
MONTEREY, CALIF.-For rent, Term
3B. Furn., 3 bdrm. home, $150 incl.
utilities or will exchange comparable
housing. Children 8, 6, 2 yrs. Write:
Ronald Klein, 15 Via Castanada,
Monterey. C50
LIVE IN a frat next fall. $45/mo. Bd.

1960 AUSTIN HEALY 3000. 4 speed
transmission with electric overdrive.
Spoke wheels. New clutch, pressure
plate throw-out bearing, transmis-
sions seals, tires, battery. Call 764-
0916. N13
Here's your chance to get a 1965 Gen-
eral Motors OPEL at a used car price:,
We have OPEL demonstrators forI
sale at prices below list and below
what it costs for many used cars. All
these cars have a 2 ear-24 thousand

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SUMMER SUBLET FOR 4 J. CORNER hoptional. Call 761-2653. C42 mile General Motors, warranty. Eco- Programmed Learning for Business,
One block from campus. Modern When Ihne years spent . ~ nomial? An average driver should Seminar-Karen S. Husting, director,'
luxury apartment. Air-conditioning, in this dark world-Heh, Heh, Heh. AIR-COND., Mod. 4-man apt., sun ter- expect at least 30 miles per gallon. "Application of Learning Theory to
dishwasher, 1 isbaths, up and down (Meanwhile, if you've been noticing, race, 1 blk. from campus. Avail for OPET S never need chassis lubri- fupervisory and Training Problems
with balcony. NO 5-0855. 016 thiscolumn keeps getting more and fall and summer. 610 S. Forest Apt, cation for the life of the car and in Industry": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
__-----_--_more pessimistic.) F34 6. Call 761-1576.C44 OPE: standard equipment includes
LARGEST 3 -man in town; 2 bdrms. 1 - everything you'll need, except a Bureau of Industrial Relations Per-
blk. to campus. 663-2627. dU41 5th GIRL WAITED for 3-bedroom apt. 410 OBSERVATORY, four and five radio. Cc pany policy forbids us to }sonnet Techniques Seminar-Lee E.
_ __ at Carriage House for fall, Call 764 man apartments in newer building advertise demonstrator prices, but Danielson, professor of industrial re-
2 FEMALE grad. stud. need 1 to share 9885. 1114 with new living room furnishings, be assured this ad is not a come-on lations, "The Management of Engi-
air-cond. apt. for summer. Call 761- - AT Twall-to-wall carpeting, covered park- and tnese cars are offered as real neers .and Scientists": Michigan Union,
0726. U49 ]ROOMMATES TE n or t ing, close hospitals and campus, for bargains. If you will phone Mr. 8:30 a.m.
girls wanted to live in an apart- fall. Ehnis at Ann Arbor Buick, NO 2- -
FABULOUS FORM FOURMAN FOR tnet fal. Call Elaine, 764 CAMPUS MANAGEMENT 6576 he will be happy to provide Washtenaw County Nurses Associa-
FOUR FAIRLY FINICKY, FAR FROM 2967._-____662-7787 days eves. 663-9064 . pies and complete information with tion Conference-Registration, Michi-
FRIVOLOUS FOLKS. JUST LIKE all other necessary meas- C49 no obligation to you for calling. V3 gan Union, 8:30 a.m.
NuW -REDI )IUETD RATE ures the Gargoyle is still only 25c. ..-.-.-.---'
dishwasher, two bathrooms, air- I Wednesday, March 31. F35 LUXURY APARTMENTS Conference on Community-University
conditioner, treasured artworks, extrr _-2 bdrms. air-cond., garbage disposal, Relations-Administration Bldg., 9 aank.
bookshelves and lamps let for sum- BELLMAN'S BACK - and Mike Hunt sound proofed, wood paneling, park- EUROPEAN CARS, I NC. e
trer Close to everything. QUICKLY Welcomes Him. Love, L.G. P30 ing, laundry, and storage. C a I I NEW I C A N D ERnVitC E Conference for School Board Mem-
CALL 668-6749. U47 - --- -"------- -- 662-7961. 041 INW CARS AND SERVICE bers and School Officials-Registration,
$240-MAY-AUG. Roomy 2-man. Clean, Use the Course Evaluation Booklet ONE OR TWO male roommates wanted 5cemaEiMychigon, Ysilanti rkham SBldg.,irafma
cool, close to campus. Call 663-7441 Coming with Sunday's Daily or Solc' for summer to share new luxury H U 2-2 175 Cyrus C. Sturgis Library of Hema-
after 6 p.m. U22 Monday, in the Fishbowl, 10 cents apartment. Close to campus, spacious, Wothtenow County's only lology Lecture-William B. Castle, pro-
NAME YOUR PRICE-Summer Sublet. - 662-1860, 326 E. Madison, No. 15. C 34 authorized V W Dealer [essor of medicine, Harvard University,
Central air-cond., mod. 4-person, gar- TICO LOVES - - - Th- - - -. --~~ v The.Conquest of Pernicious Anemia":
den apt. 761-0716. U2 CAROL F11 NAME YOUR PRICE, anything over, USchol of Public Health Ad., 4 p.m.
$275. Large, luxurious, 6 -man apt,~ LOST AND FOU N D Sho fMscHnr etr-e
2-MAN APT. Furn. 4 spacious rms. DP T . Mrs. Hatcher, Dr. Lsh, air-cond., dishwasher Call 668-8927. School of Music Honors Lecture-Reci-
Minutes from all shopping, etc. Burton Tower, George Lincoln Rock- C43 LOST- Big black male cat named Mack -
$40/man. Call 761-2092. U21 wel, Trigon, The Walter Jenkins' ----..... .----o-- from 510 E. Wiliam. Battle-scarred Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
AAVEd:VER d60bpet mhnth. ndblehsr FURNISHED HOUSE, suitable for 3 or much loved. Call 668-6234. Reward:
SAVE OVER $60 per month. Sublease REAL WINNERS. Gargoyle - next 4 students. Avail. for May occu- - ____ Doctoral Examination for Peter Allen
now for the summer. Call 668-665. C Wednesday. F3611 paney. 1716 Geddes. Call 662-1295 FOIINI)-a stewart plaid all wool scarf Lee, Zoology; thesis: "Histological and
------"--___ or 663-2907. C45 0 Biochemical Analysis of the Annual
HOUSE FOR SUMMER-Large 4-bdrms. ON MARCH 25th, everybody will be- Cisco label. Cal'764 3y63. A30 Cycle of Growth and Secretion in the
5 min. from campus. Minimal rent. raeding THE OFFSET PERSPECTIVE, '1 GIRL TO SIIARE apt., newly redeco-;'viduct of Rana pipiens, today, 2111
al 3-2. U__. - a new magazine featuring a variety rated, close to campus. Call 662-5800 A Zola ZJL'H Shulman. As tender Nat. Science Bldg., 3 p.m. Chairman,
of different types of literature. F38 after 5:30. C38 etc. The responsibility falls less on N. E, Kemp..
Charter's CARRIAGE HOUSE. 4-man ya than on us to feed us. Come soon.
vacancy. All new, mod. 66"." 0. U117 __--
anAed CONGRATULATIONS NOW! GIRT-S need 3rd roommate. Spe- -.Doctoral Examination for Lionel G.
- O-- T------------ Dave and Sklar 3 eie Ratel Call 662-7384. Leave mes- HELP WANTED Metivier, Education; thesis: "Selected
rw bedromapatment for sumn'em P31 sage. 028 ___ _____-jFactors in Predicting Student Teach-
I - om pre PART-TIME ANIMAL Caretaker 15-20 ing Success in Grades Four, Five and
sublet. Excellent condition, new fur- WANTED-For next fall, a large apart- WANTED FOR FALL ONLY-APART- PAT- E NML aeaer (152 - Su cessy i4 Graes, Pour Five Cand-
niture. Call Judy Goldstein, NO2- ment. THREE bedrooms. Need not be MENT for 2 or 3. Call Jane Peter- hrs./wfk.).Call Dr. Butter at .764-mnx," today, 1433 UES, 10 a.m. Chair-
3225. 1128 etTHEberosNednte 0438 or after 5 at his home at 663- man, L. W. Beach.
close to campus, but must be rea- man, 663-0577. C47 7885 H33
2ND SUMMER SESSION: mod., all rms sonably priced. If you have such a - -Doctoral Examination for Simon
air-cond., near campus, 1 or 2 girls place, for discussion call: SANS SOUCI MEAL JOB Vance Anderson, Music; thesis: "Amer-
-0U5 -Thomas R. Copi (665-7561) lean Music during the War for Inde-
761-0637, US -Richard Keller Simon (761-0879) 3 & 4-MAN For Fall-New mod., I & 2 Wanted:. Dishwasher noons, no 1:00, pendence, 1775-1783," today, 2277 School
2-MAN, 4 large rooms, conplete furni- -Richard Doctoroff (761-0879) bdrm. apts. Limited no. left. Very lge., ask for steward .or cook; 663-3393. >f Music, 2 p.m. Chairman, A. P,
ture, bargain of the summer. Call -,3 unse.arcodbloce.Cl
8-8723 or 5-8330 or 5-2689. C Britton.
6655045. U19 SEE EUROPE the SSTS way. Private MEAL JOB-Good hours, good food. Doctoral Examination for Moham
SUMMR S1BLE-Forvmn Apt. 7, air- guided 'car tours. Handsome student NEED ROOMMATE (female) to shareMEL OBGo hurgdfo. locraExmntnfrMhmd
5-rm. apt Inquire 413 Hoover, Apt. Call after 8 p.m. NO 3-5895. H30 Maher Hamadeh, Library Science; thes-
conditioned, dishwasher, 4-man, wall- guides, anywhere in Europe. Meeting N p.q. from 9-2. C16 is: "Muhammad the Prophet: A Select-
to-wall carpeting, 1% baths. 761-1567. Wed. 5-6 p.m. at 1405 Hill. For info MANAGER needed to run a Fishing sd Bibliography," today, 10 Gen. Lib.,
U48, call Sara at 3-3384. F41 MAYNARD HOuSE -mmediate occu- and Hunting Lodge in Northern On- 3 p.m. Chairman, R. L. Kilgour.
I & 2 BDRM. furn. & unfurn. apts. IN DEPTH analysis of the MUG and pancy -furnished or unltruished. I tario May 1 to November 1. Would
girls prferr. $60/mo.pr. ps, IDtheHatcher teas in the Gargoyle. On bedroom, 9th floor, $178 mo. NO 5. prefer a couple. Write Pearl D. Stral- Doctoral Examination for Sung Piau
girls prefere d. $60/mo. prt a er ptrson. sae aloer campus (e r less) 4067 or 761-18'2. C46 nic, 2171 Medford, Apt. 36, Ann Arbor, Lin, Engineering Mechanics ;thesis:
Inquire 72 S. Forest, manager's apt. sale all over campus (more or less)- - -- Mich., or call 662-9394 after 5:30 p.m. "Instability of a Layer of Liquid Flow-
for only twenty-five cents, next H29 ing Down an Inclined Flane at Large
SPACIOUS & COOL Apt. 2 bdrms. Close Wednesday. WHEEEEEEE! F37 110 N. THAYER.; One, two, and three- gtdcmusmai'6-d4E 4
8 6 man modern furnished apartments, Reynolds Numbers," today ,E. Council
NE BI-LE VELfor42,- AUSTIN DJAMOND-"The best buy on one block from Rackham and Frieze SUMMER. positions for married men. Room, Rackham Bldg., 3 p.m. Chair-
NEW BI-LEVEL for 2, 3, or 4. Luxury an Engagement ring in Ann Arbor."' Building, two blocks from St. Jos- Out of state employment with na- man, C. S. Yih.
apt. with air conditioning, dishwash- 1209 . University, 663-7151. e ph Hospital. Wall-to-wall carpeting. onaly eneget cmardor$20/60men Biological Chemistry Colhr.uium:Dr.
er, fully furnished and spiral stair- --- - ----- - ---- ------.--- dsposals. For fall, weekfo enrgetcDadoring men26, . Bioocal, hestry Coloqimt: Dr
case - at bargain summer rates. Call TENOR? Need a good tenor to fill a CAMPUS MANAGEMENT Contact Mr. David Reid, 761-2669,R. E. Counsels, "Feedback Inhibition
668-8723. U3' vacant position in an established 662-7787 days eves 663-9064 9:30-11 p.m. H15 In Drug Design," 4 p.m., M6423 Med.
T-- - commercial folk group: Good pay. 08 --- ------ ------ - Sct Bldlg.
Calmen, 621k gr 5. P23 C48NATIONWIDE SUMMER employment
MAY-AUG.- crg., 2 bdrm., mad., ___-____Ben, ___-___te .for men. For personal interview, call Psychology Colloquium: Dr. Joseph
ury apt. Packard near State. Park NEED 1 MAN to take over lease- of 5:30-7:30, NO 3-4056. H 28 Zubin, Columbia University, "Culture
ing, TV, Hi-Fi, air-cond., balcony, furnished, new apt. Move in anytime.
sundeck, THE WORKS. Need 2 men Be safe at night with Rebuff! Cal Jim at 663-739 12 -and Psychopathology," 4:15 p.m., Aud.
663-6548. U41 Available at the MEN 0, Angell Hall.
SUMMER SUBLET-TWO in a throw 1112 S Univ. OAKLAND-TAPPAN FOR PART-TIME AND Doctoral Examination for Holmes Al-
Two apts. not NEAR campus, but SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. ford Semken, Geology; thesis: "Stratig-
nN- J-JUi b2vnJlWSV for t hAAPARTM NTS
APART ENT anhv and. Paleontologr of the McPher-

son Equs Beds (Sandahl local fauna), either in the Stadium or Yost Field
McPherson County, Kansas." today. House, depending on the weather. Ex-
4650 Nat. Science Bldg., 1:30 p.m. ercises will conclude about 12:30.
Chairman, C. S. Hibbard. All graduates as of May 1965 are
eligible to participate.
Doctoral Examination for Betty Joan Tickets:
|ohen, Epidemiologic Science; thesis: For Yost Field House: Two to each
"Aspects of Influenza Virus l3iosyn- propective graduate, to be distributed
thesis," today, 2087 SPH, 10 a.m. Co- from Mon., April 19, to 5 p.m., Fri.,
Chairmen Francis and H. F. Maassab. April 30, at Diploma Office, 555 Ad-
ministration Bldg. Office will be closed
Doctoral Examination for Stephen Sat., April 24.
Reinhold Hilding. Mathematics; thesis:I For Stadium: No tickets necessary.
"Commutative Banach Algebras: Fun- Children not admitted unless accom-
damental Theory and Selected Topics," panied by adults.
today, 2032 Angell Hall, 2 p.m. Chair- Academic Costume: Can be rented at
man, A. L. Shields, Moe Sport Shop, 711 North University
Ave., Ann Arbor, Orders should be
Astronomical Colloquium: today, 4 placed immediately.
p.m., Room 807, Physics-Astronomy Assembly for Graduates: At 9:30 a.m.
Bldg. Dr. Donat G. Wentzel, Dept. of in area east of Stadium. Marshals
Astronomy, "Collision-Free Shocks in will direct graduates to proper sta-
Nature." tions. If siren indicates (at intervals
from 8:50 to 9 a.m.) that exercises
Doctoral Examination for John are to be held in Yost Field Douse,
Windsor Roberts, Romance Languages & graduates should go directly there and
Literatures: French; thesis: "Les Im- be seated by marshals.
Sages dans L'Oeuvre de Rabelais," to- Spectators:
lay,, 3094 Frieze Bldg., 1:30 p.m. 0o-, Stadium: Enter by Main St. gates
Chairmen F. F. Gray and R. J. Niess. only. All should be seated by 10 a.m,
when procession enters field.
Yost Field House: Owing to lack of
GenerallVotices space only those holding tickets can be
admitted. Enter on State St., opposite
Regents' Meeting: Fri., April 16. Com- McKinley Ave.
munications for consideration at this Graduation Announcements, Invita.
meeting must be in the President's tions, etc.: Inquire at Office 'of Stu-
hands not later than April 2. dent Affairs.
'__Commencement Programs: Td be dis-
Fulbright-Hays Awards for University tributed at Stadium or Yost Field
Lecture and Research in Australia, New House.
Zealand and Latin America have beer Distribution of Diplomas: Diplomat
announced. Announcements may be conferred as of Commencement Day
consulted in the Graduate Fellowship May 1, and Dental School diplomas
Office, Room 110 Rackham. Applica- conferred as of May 15, may be called
tions for Australia and New Zealand for at the Student Activities Bldg.
due by May 1, 1965. For Latin America, from May 17 through' May 21. Medical
applications will be accepted until School diplomas will be distributed at
vacancies are filled. Senior Class Night Exercises on Junf
'__4; Flint College diplomas will be dis-
Special Notice to May Festival Ush- tributed at the Flint College Convoca-
ers: Any person on campus, who is tion on June 4; Dearborn Campus
interested in ushering for the May Fes- diplomas will be distributed at the
tival and will be available may sign Dearborn Campus Graduation Exercises
up and receive their usher card at the on June 13. Law School diplomas may
box office of Hill Aud. from 7 p.m. to be called for after May 25 at Room
9 p.m. on Thurs., March 25, and Fri., 555 Administration Bldg.
March 26. Doctoral degree candidates who qual-
This applies also to those people ify for the PhD degree or a similar
who have signed survey slips during degree from the Graduate School and
the last few concerts. This will be WHO ATTEND THE COMMENCEMEN'T
your chance to sign up and get your EXERCISES will be given a hood by
usher card. the University.

Ushers are also needed for the An-
nual Spring Glee Club Concert which
is this Sat., March 27. Any persons
who may be interested in ushering for
this event may do so at the times
and place listed above.
School of Nursing Tuberculosis Test-
ing Program-Winter 1965.
Tests- Mon., March 29, Room: M533(
Med. Set. Bldg. Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
Readings: V'ed., March 31, Room'
M4118 SNB. Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
Sophomore, Junior, Senior:
Tests: Tues., March 30, Room: M411t
SNB. Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
Readint-: Thlmrs, April 1, Room'
M4108 SNB. Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
It is the policy of the School o'
Nursing that all students in the School
of Nursing have TB tests.
Notice to LS&A and Rackham Stu-
dents: Those students who have early
regjstered for Spring-Summer (III)
Spring (IIIA) and also Summer (IIIB).
may pick up their approved class
schedule during the week of finals
Beginning April 20 and ending April
27 or May 3 and 4 at the Natural Re-
sources Bldg.-Room 1040. Please di-
rect questions to Advance Classifica-
tion, 764-2154 or 764-5520.
Graduates Assemble at 9:30 a.m.
Procession Enters Field at 10 a.m.
Program Begins at 10:30 a.m.
Exercises to be held at- 10:30 a.m

Student Government Council Approval
of the following student-sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All
publicity-. for these events must be
withheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
Approval request forms for student-
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
Organization for Faculty-Student Ed-
ucational Endeavors, Magazine sale,
March 24-April 5, 8 a.m.-midnight,
Voice Political Party, Hyde Park on
the Diag, Alabama, March 25, Noon,
Indian Students Association, Indian
movie ("Fariyaoi"), March 27, 7:30 p.m.,
Angell Hall, Aud. A.
Voice, Planning meeting on apart-
heid, March 28, 7:30 p.m., Room 3
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting of
March 24, 1965
Appointed: The following persons to
the. Interviewing and Selections Com-
mittee for a term of one semester:
Charles Cooper, Rachel Amado, Steve
Schwartz, Paula Cameron, Neill Hol-
Appointed: 'Charlcs Cooper as cam-
pus travel coordinator to serve a term
of one year.
Approved: That SGC sponsor a con-
cert during the fall of 1965, the pro-
ceeds to be used as a fund for Btu-
(Continued on Page 8)

VN campus ava lam eor ne sum-
mer. Both two-man apts. with bal-
cony. Call 761-1533. U
MODERN 2-Man efficiency apt., air-
cond., parking. May 1 to Aug. 15.
$50/mnan per mo. Call 665-3980. U5
SPIRAL STAIRCASE signifies suave-


ness. All modern conveniences, dish-
PERFECT FOR 2. Reasonable. Behind washer, air-ennd., etc. Be cool fa
P.A. Bldg. Spacious. Call 663-6419. U30 the hot summer. 3-4 man, ' cheap.
________- - --'- - Easy access. See 511 E. Hoover Apt
2-MAN APT. 334 E. Madison, Apt. 1, 10allc761-1683.v UA
Call after 5 p.m. 761-0296. U12 10, Call 76I-1683. _F_
SUMMER SUBLET 3 or 4 persons, 2 LIVE IN A FRAT. this summer. $60/
blks from campus. 662-5124. U3 term either or both terms. Call 761-
2653. U4'
CHEAP-MUST SUBLET 4-man mod. - -
apt. with air-cond., 1 blk. from cam- 1 BLK. from campus. New duplex
pus. No reasonable offer refused. apt., I % baths, dishwasher, air-
Call 662-9179. U15 cond., balcony, and kitchen uten-
sils. Call 761-282. U4 '
ONE MAN for second or both sessions.-

2-man apt., 3 blks. from campus. Call
663-8132. U37
ENTIRE 1st floor of house, 3-man, mod.
furn. 1 blk. from Frieze, private park-
ing, avail. April 25. Call 662-2606. U43
NEVER before advertised-For 4 or 5;
3 bedroom, furn. for 5. Ultra-mod.;
air-cond.; very large, top floor, bal-
cony; 2 blks. to campus. 668-8724. U38
SWIMMING POOL - 3-man apt., air-
cond., guest lounge, other extras. 2
blks. off campus. 662-6755. 1140
LARGE, brand new, 2 floor apt. with
2 air-cond., dishw. etc. S. Univ. at
Forest.,663-2973; 2-4 men fornall or
part of summer. Will Bargain. U34
CARRIAGE HOUSE - 4-man apt. Two
floors, carpeted, air-conditioned. Cor-
ner Forest & Washtenaw. 761-0120.
SUMMER SUBLET - Air-conditioned,
glamorous; roomy 4-man luxury apt.
Wonderful location, 326 E. Madison.
Call 662-1860. C15

'63 4-DOOR CATALINA, stand. trans.,
no power equipment. Excellent cond.
Call NO 2-2249. N33
'57 FORD Convertible, $150 or best of-
fer. Call 4-7 p.m., 663-9444. N32
'64 VW 14,000 ml., steeel sun-rf. open-
rear-wind., white walls, tran. rad.,
seat belts, undercoat, EXCEL. Call
663-9124. N31
'64 VW. COST $1925 new, SELL for
$1495! 6 ma. old. 728-4739. N29
1963 TR4, CONV., blue, 12,000 miles.
Excel. cond. 665-5916. N30
FOR SALE-9 passenger, DeSoto limou-
sine. Good condition. Best offer. Call
764-0751. N26
1961 VOLVO, 122F, 4 dr., excel. cond.
665-6976 or 764-7486. Nis

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
MICHIGAN DAILY Business Staffl
See Judy Fields any afternoon. F23
OPEN RUSH for fall '65. Ann Arbor's
most simulating intellectual environ-
ment. One opening in 4 woman
ana rtment. Few conveniences but
many benefits. Call 764-7907 for ap-
pointment. F5
iABRARIAN Wanted for The Daily
next year. No experience necessary.
$1.5) per hour, up to 30 hrs. Call
764-0562, ask for Judie. V25
phone ring at any designated time--
day or night--LOW RATES. DON'T
SERVICE, 665-8871 (24 hours). P42
Are you a RELTUTOUS 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. P15
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and delivery.
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
FOR THE FINEST in Dance Music-It's
Johnny Harberd
Art Bartner
Ray Louis
Peter Clements
Wadye Gallant
Contact The Bud-Mor Agency
1103 S. University
NO 2-6362
Favors for the most unusual line of
party favors ever assembled 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.
THE THOUGHT of long dull summer
months away from U. of M. got you
down. Make those last few weeks
memorable by stopping in for some
late evening snacks appeal.
709 Packard.
nne y everynight'til 12

STUDIO & 2 BORM. APTS. now renting;
for fall. Fully furnished, heat and
water included. Located conveniently
near campus. Call NO 2-4169 until 9
p.m. 022
Apartments Galore
FOR FALL: 2, 3, 4, & 5-person apts.
from $95-$240. Campus locations. New
and used buildings. Summer Sublets
also available.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
ATTENTION groups of 2 and 3-Do
you want luxury and privacy next
year? Split-level design of our apts.
Is your answer. Call 663-8866. C28
1, 2 or 3 man apts. Chestnut Prop-
erties Ltd. 662-7961. C31
NEW 1 and 2 bdrm. furn. apts. Avail-
able immediately. Close to campus
and hospital.
Now Showing for Fall
Phone NO 3-6549
Quality locations, one and two bed-
room units. Many avaliable in new
buldings. Spring & Summer leases
available. For information:
610 S. Forest

5:30-7:30 only
NO 3-0456
WAITRESS-Full or part time. Apply
Brown Jug, 1204 S. University. H24
TWO WAITRESSES wanted. 11:30 a.m.-
1:30 p.m. dailly. Good pay. Fraser's
Pub, Packard Rd. Ph. 8-9402. H
MEAL JOB-Lunch and dinner. Call
steward at Phi Kappa Tau, 665-9682.
FCC first phone license required. Call
663-6565. Evenings, NO 3-3672. H42
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for aR
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
5 A Pan-cinor zoom 85 mm. $450. Call'
665-0117 eves. B13
REDUCED PRICE. Michigan Union
European Jet Flight. May 4-Aug. 11.
Call Al Hartwick, 662-3176. B14
For Sale VIRGIN 1956 Chevrolet V-8
16,000 miles. Must sacrifice . Call
persistently 761-0268 after 6. BIO
EUROPE FLIGHT $220 Rd. Tr. must
sell my ticket on Mich. Union Flight
No. 3 (already sold out: May 5-Aug.
7). NO 2-9616. B15
'64 HONDA, $375. Call Tom Frederick,
NO 5-6115. B17

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You always get the lowest rate
when you make a station-to-
station Long Distance call on
Sunday. No need to wait until
after 8 o'clock at night. You can
call anytime-morning, after-
noon, or night,
Sundays are just right for Long
Distance calling, too. You're
more relaxed on Sunday. And
the chances are you won't have
to stand around waiting to use
the phone.
Long Distance is the next best
thing to being there.


LIVE IN luxury this summer-at bar-
gain rates. Air-cond., modern 1 and
2 bedroom apts. balconies, disposal,
new furniture; avail. thru end of
summer session. Call 665-2689. U33
3-MAN, mod., air-cond., disposal, i
block from campus. 715 Church, No.
6. 663-1670. U42
Mod., 4-man, air-cond., with balcony.
Call 665-5405. U28
2-MAN APT. % block from Law Quad.
726 Oakland. Kitchen, large bdrm.,
bath, living-dining room. Ample
closet space. Very reasonable. Call
764-3969 or 764-3982. U18
WE NEED 1 roommate (female) tot
share delightful, air-cond., 4-man
apt. at 316 E. Madison for spring-
summer term. Call 665-0951. U13
3 MAN sublet Turn., air-cond., near
Campus, avail. May, utilities incl.
Call 665-7080. 1113
AIR'-COND., NEW. 3-man apt., sun-
deck, close to campus & both hospi-
tals. May thru Aug. Call 665-2269 U47
FOR' SUMMER or thru Dec.-2-man
e._+ ha~nnan 'i'r4 .. ... T~aam

Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"'White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gols"
Cord. SLIM-FITS--$5.98
Never Needs Ironing
Asst'd. Colors-$6.98
For Gals and Guys
"WF it-" and Colors-$5.98
.. . _ . - -CG 'd

Why pay rent? Live in a new, bright, (and it's not messy.)
cheerful townhouse. Have an in- GARGOYLE
vestment to show for those hard-to- next Wednesday
come-by dollars. Just 195 dollars F20
moves you in. No Closing Costs. From
$82 a month. HNA -Wie16,10cc,60
miles, white wall tires and roll. FOR
TOWNHOUSES p.m. Ask for Tom. B9
Platt Rd. South of Packard I WEDDING DRESS for sale. Size 14-16.

Phone 662-8331 C4
NEED AN APT. for fall? 2 girls wanted
for 4-man modern apt. 2 blocks from
Diag. Call Allison 764-1065, F7
'65.- Studious undergraduate needs
quietz oom, reasonably priced. Call
Ken, 764-'135. E14
RENT YOUR CYCLE! Married couple
wants to rent 2 motorcycles this
--- ntails ecan h arranged.)

Call 663-7206. B16
HONDA-1963, 300 c.c., excellent cond.
Call 662-4055. B18
Redwood Furniture for sale really
cheap. I want to get rid of a book-
case and dresser. Will sacrifice. Call
764-1011 after 5 p.m. Bl1
TELEVISION-RCA Victor-blonde con-
sole-reasonable. 663-3131. B8

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are lowest anytime on Sunday

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