SATURDAY, 27 MARCHI 1960
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
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.
SRifle Team Takes First Prize Trophy
SUMMER SUBLET SUMMER SUBLET
AMAZING-Air-cond., mod., furn., dis- 3-MAN APT., 5 rms., corner Forest &
posal, spacious studio for 2. 3 blks. Washtenaw. $125/mo. 662-6712. U43
to campus. All util. paid, slash to
$130/mo. 665-5718 evenings. U36 MODERN Summer living in large 4-
___man, air-cond. apt. Soudproof/brick
ENTIRE SUMMER $130. Need 1 girl construction. $40/man, 503 Hill St.
to share 5 rooms (1st floor). 2 blocks 665-8400. C46
from campus. Call 668-7702. U23
1 OR 2 MAN, mod., air-cond. apt. near
SUBLET an entire HOUSE for the campus with swimming pool. Call
summer.d4gigantic bedrooms, lvg. 663-9825. U441
room, dining room and kitchen,
study, garage, fireplace and rock gar- SUMMER SUBLET--Cool double apart-
den. Very close to campus. 764-7678 ment. 410 Benjamin. Call 761-0415.
or 764-2603. U351 024
3 TO 4 MAN APT., cheap, 615 Church CHEAP, 3-MAN MODERN APT. CALL'
2 min. from campus. Near shopping 663-6246. U42
area storage space, parking. U24 MALE TRANSFER needs roommates
and mod. apt. for summer semester.
336 E. MADISON, Apt. 1-2-man, furn. Call 764-4970. U31
apt., off-street parking, carpeted
bdrm. and livingrm., paneled kitchen. SUBLET PLAYBOY Apt, for 2. Reason-
$80/mo. Call 663-4750. U37 able price. Call 663-7165. U45
SUMMER SUBLET-Mod., furn..air- HUGE 2 or3 MAN Aptavail. May 1.
cond., 2 or 3 man bi-level. 731 Pack- ower '.z house ic. basement and
ard. Apt. 208A. Call 665-8086. U25 utillties. z block from E. Eng. 421
Church. Call 761-0221. Will bargain.
SUMMER SUBLET in luxury, air -cond. U32
Foxcroft Apt. Will accept reasonable --°----._ _ __- _ .__.
offer. Call 665-2458. U38 SPACIOUS, 3-4 man apt. Mod. furn.,
patio, sundeck, paved parking, close
THE COOLEST PAD on campus is up: to campus. 761-0345. U46
for a ,rabsf this summer.2 story
PERSONAL I FOR RENT
THINK YOU'RE FUNNY? Win two free'
tickets to "Yeoman of the Guard" if
you can make the Yeoman laugh. He
will be standing guard on the Diag
Mon. afternoon, March 29. F40
SEEKING THIRD for Interesting Scuba
Project. 6 weeks starting mid-July.
Call 761-1076. F27
NEED 1 or 2 roommates (female) for
next fall? Call Joanie, 764-5925. F44
THREE GIRLS will cook for three
Sammies. Call S.A.&M. F33
MR. H.-It sometimes takes courage
to be a man; the ability to talk to
others when the situation is difficult
helps too. From here it seems like'
you need lots of instruction. F38
LIBRARIAN WANTED for The Daily
this summer. No experience necessary.
$100. Call Judie, 764-0562. F26
When I think of all the years spent
in this dark world-Heh, Heh, Heh.
(Mear.while, if you've been noticing,
this column keeps getting more and
more pessimistic.) F34
BETTER HURRY and buy your tickets
for "Yeoman of the Guard," March
31-April 3. Tickets on, sale at Lydia
Mendelssohn box office. Sat. evening
already sold out. F41
WE NEED 2 more to share 4-bdrm.F
house on Whitmore Lake. Total rent
$135/mo. plus utilities. 812 mo. lease
starting Aug. 23. Call Bob or Bill,
NEED A PLACE FOR FALL? Air-cond.,
mod., 4-man apt., sun-terrace, 1 blk.-
from campus. Avail, for Fall and
Summer. 610 S. Forest, Apt. 6. 761-
HOUSE IN AUGUST
Very nice furn., 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,
LIVE IN a frat next fall. $45/mo. Bd. ,
optional. Call 761-2653. C42
PART-TIME ANIMAL Caretaker (15-20
hrs./wk.). Call Dr. Butter at 764-
0433 or after 5 at his home at 663-
MEAL JOB-Good hours, good food.
Call after 8 p.m. NO 3-5895. H30
MANAGER needed to run a Fishing
and Hunting Lodge in Northern On-
tario May 1 to November 1. Would
prefer a couple. Write Pearl D. Stral-
nic, 2171 Medford, Apt. 36, Ann Arbor,'
Mich., or call 662-9394 after 5:30 p.m.
The Pershing Rifles exhibition"
drill team received a first place
trophy at the University of Wis-a
consin drill meet recently. Com-1
pany D-3 of Pershing Rifles de-3
feated the 1964 national cham-
pion team-the University of Wis-
consin of Milwaukee. Company D-
3 is commanded by P R Captain
Dick Field, Army ROTC brigade
commander, and the drill teams
are commanded by P R 2,
Charles Wolfe (Midn 2"c).
* * *
Lt. for of the communication sciences
laboratory, has received a grant
from the United States Air Force
SUMMER positions for married men.
Out of state employment with na- (Continued from Page 2)
tionally known company. $200/60 hr.} ipply. Application deadline April 10,!
week for energetic, hardworking men1. 1965.Full details and application forms
Contact Mr. David Reid, 761-2669, available from Zoology Dept. office,
9:30-11 p.m. H15 2091 N.S.
Prof. Waldo E. Sweet of the
classical studies department pre-
sented lectures at the language
meeting of the Berrien County In-
Service Program at Niles and the
Colorado Congress of Foreign
Language Teachers at Greeley.
The subject of both talks was
programmed instruction, illustrat-
ed by a film strip Prof. Sweet has
just constructed. Swet has been
developing new teaching methods
in Latin for several years, and is
recognized as a pioneer in the
field. In 1957 he published the
text, "Latin: a Structural Ap-
proach," which revolutionized the
orthodox methods of teaching for-
ign languages and stimulated
widespread discussion here and
* * *
Prof. Robert M. Haythornthwaite
of the engineering college spent
three days recently at the Uni-
versity of Alabama, lecturing un-
der the Visiting Engineer Pro-
gram of the American Society for
Engineering Education. He also
conducted a seminar on the math-,
ematical theory of plasticity.
* * *
Prof. Gordon L. Peterson, direc-
WE CAN PLACE YOU NATIONALLY
FOR PARTr-TIME AND
CALL FOR INTERVIEW
410 OBSERVATORY, four and five 5:3u-7.:30 only
man apartments in newer building NO 3-0456
with new living room furnishings,,
wall-to-wall carpeting, covered park- R~ or-part-----.
ing, close hospitals and campus, for BoWATwnJg0S-FUll or part time.
fall. Brown Jug, 12f4 S. University.
house; 3 bedrooms; modern kitchen;
fireplace; porch. Very close to central
campus and inexpensive, too. Call
ENJOY THE conveniences of a real
"cool," close to campus apartment
this summer. It's quite private too-
four huge bedrooms. So girls, call
764-3840 for further details. U39
1, 2, & 3 BDRM. APTS.
Spacious, new, air-conri., furn., deluxe
apt. for summer. We have a LARGE
variety. Call now, 5-8330 or 8-8723
or 5-2689. U3
AIR-COND., 2 bdrm. apt, for 3. Spa-
cious, modern, balcony, dishwasher,
private parking. 665-8724. U40
CHEAP! Modern furnished apt, for
3 or 4. Great location, 1 block from
campus. Air-conditioning and bal-
cony. Will bargain. 662-6452. U8
LARGE; 3 bdrm. 5-6 man, luxury apt.
TV. S. Univ. & Washtenaw. $225. Call
GREAT DEAL! 2 or 3 man, 2 bedroom
ant. with larae kitchen and living
room, TV. 1113 S. State, No. 3. 2-9221.
WE BARGAIN-News air-cond., 2 bdrm.
pi-level apt. with dishwasher, for 2
't or 4. Near I.M. Bldg. 665-0759. U42
2-MAN APT., well furn., 3 rms. Corner
of E Univ. and Hill. Reduced rent.
Call NO 3-6714. U9
EXCEL. LOCATION. 2-man apt. across
from Bus. Ad. and Ed. Bldg. $105/mo.
Utilities incl. 662-7812. U27
STATE STREET MANOR - 1 or 2
VACAN(IES - Air-cond., spacious,
fully equipped, TV, balcony. Call 665-
SUMMER $UBLET-2 bdrm., furn. apt.
summer rates, washer and dryer fa-
cilities, cool in summer, good loca-
tion, close to campus. Call 662-0621
or Trop in 1015 Church St., Apt. 4.
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 furn. house, ideal
for 4 or 5, for $160/mo. (this is only
$40/mo, each for 4 men. Call 662-
SUMMIT HSE. Apts.-Mod., 5-man apt.,
kitchen utensile and TV included.
$180/mo. Call 665-2339. Ull
YOU CAN'T afford to miss seeing our
apt. Large, very close to campus, for
2 or3. Call 764-8652 or 764-8653. U29
NEW, MOD., completely. furn. 3 or 4
man apt. Air-cond. and all conven-
fences. Excellent location. Call 662-
FOR SUMMER SUBLET - Luxury 4-
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
3RD MALE GRAD. needed to share
house at 1342 N. Univ. Call 668-8692,
PERFECT FOR 2. Reasonable. Behind
P.A. Bldg. Spacious. Call 663-6419. U30
2-MAN APT. 334 E. Madison, Apt. 1.
Call after 5 p.m. 761-0296. U12
SUMMER SUBLET 3 or 4 persons, 2
biks from campus. 662-5124. U3
CHEAP-MUST SUBLET 4-man mod.
apt, with air-cond., 1 blk. from cam-
pus. No reasonable offer refused.
Call 662-9179. U15
ONE MAN for second or both sessions.
2-man apt., 3 blks. from campus, Call
ENTIRE 1st floor of house, 3-man, mod.
furn. 1 blk. from Frieze, private park-
ing, avail. April 25. Call 662-2606. U43
SWIMMING POOL - 3-man apt., air-
cond., guest lounge, other extras. 2
blks. off campus., 662-6755. U40
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.
Woniderful location, 326 E. Madison.
Call 662-1860. C15
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, mpd., air-cond., disposal, I
block from campus. 715 Church, No.
6. 663-1670. U42
SSUMMER SUBLET FOR 4
One block from campus. Mildern
luxury apartment. Air-conditioning,
dishwasher, 11, baths, up and down
with balcony. NO 5.0855. C16
LARGEST 3-man in town. 2 bdrms. 1
blk. to campus. 663-2627. U41
2 FEMALE grad. stud. need 1 to share
air-cond. apt, for summer. Call 761-
FABULOUS FORUM FOTIRMAN FOR
FOUR FAIRLY FINICKY, FAR FROM
dishwasher, two bathrooms, air-
conditioner, treasured artworks, extre
bookshelves and lamps left for sum-
mer Close to everything. QUICKLY
CELL 668-6749. U47
NAME YOUR PRICE-Summer Sublet.
Central air-cond., mod. 4-person, gar-
den apt. 761-0716. U2
2-MAN APT. Furn. 4 spacious rms.
Minutes from all shopping, etc.
$40/man. Call 761-2092. U21
SAVE OVER $60 per month. Suhlense
now for the summer. Call 668-6656. C
HOUSE FOR SUMMER-Large 4-bdrms.
5 min. from campus. Minimal rent.
Call 663-2525 U16
Charter's CARRIAGE HOUSE. 4-man
vacancy. All new, mod. 66d ,10. U17
2ND SUMMER SESSTON: mntl, all rms
air-cond., near campus, 1 or 2 girls.
2-MAN, 4 large rooms, co nplete furni-
ture bargain of the summer. Call
SUMMER SUBLET-Forvm Apt. 7, air-
conditioned, dishwasher, 4-man, wall-
to-wall carpeting, 1 x baths. 761-1567.
1 & 2 BDRM. furn. & unfurn. apts.
girls preferred. $60/mo. per person..
Inquire 721 S. Forest, manager's apt.
SPACIOUS & COOL Apt. 2 bdrms. Close
to campus. Call 668-8648. U46
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. Call
MAY-AUG.-l lrg., 2 bdrm., mod., lux-
ury apt. Packard near State. Park-
ing, TV, Hi-Fi, air-cond., balcony,
sundeck, THE WORKS. Need 2 men.
SUMMER SUBLET-TWO in a throw
Two apts. not NEAR campus, but
ON campus available for the 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/man per mo. Call 665-3980. US
SPIRAL STAIRCASE signifies suave-
ness. All modern conveniences, dish-
washer, air-cond., etc. Be cool fox.
the hot summer. 3-4 man, cheap.
Easy access. See 511 E. Hoover Apt
10, Call 761-1683. Uf
LIVE IN A FRAT. this summer. $60'
term either or both terms. Call 761-
1 BLK. from campus. New duplex
apt., 1, baths, dishwasher, air-
cnd., balcony, and kitchen uten-
sils. Call 761-2782. U4C
662-7787 days eves. 663-9064
5th GIRL WAITED for 3-bedroom apt. LUXURY APARTMENTS
at Carriage House for fall. Call 764- 2 bdrms, air-cond., garbage disposal,
9885. F14 sound proofed, wood paneling, park-
--- AE-- TD ner-- ing, laundry, and storage. C a 11
ROOMMATES WANTED: One or two 662-7961. 041
girls wanted to live in an apart- -7961. _ 4_
ment next fall. Call Elaine, 764- NAME YOUR PRICE, anything over
2967. F2 $275. Large, luxurious, 6-man apt.,
ATTENTION ALL DAILY PEOPL air-cond., dishwasher. Call 668-8927,
(this includes the new has-beens) 43
will get together April 11 at the FURNISHED HOUSE, suitable for 3 or
Daily for pizza-time to be announced 4 students. Avail. for May occu-
-bring your own nickels for Cokes. pancy. 1716 Geddes. Call 662-1295
F43 or 663-2907. C45
JUST LIKE all other necessary meas- 1 GIRL TO SHARE apt., newly redeco-
ures the Gargoyle is still only 25c. rated, close to campus. Call 662-5800
Wednesday, March 31. F35 after 5:30. C38
PRE-CLASSIFY WITH CONFIDENCE! NOW! GIR.S need 3rd roommate. Spe-
Use the Course Evaluation Booklet Nial Rate! Call 662-7384. Leave mes-
Coming with Sunday's Daily or Sold sage. C28
Monday, in the Fishbowl, 10 cents- .--------- _.
715 WANTED FOR FALL ONLY-APART-
- -- - - MENT for 2 or 3. Call Jane Peter-
TICO LOVES 04
CAOL F11 man, 663-0577 . C47
WAN'ED-For next fall, a large apart- SANS SOUCI
ment. THREE bedrooms. Need not be 3 & 4-MAN For Fall-New mod., I & 2
close to campus, but must be rea- bdrm. apts. Limited no. left. Very lge.,
sonably priced. If you have such a furnished, air-cond., balconcies. Call
place, for discussion call: 8-8723 or 5-8330 or 5-2689. C
-Thomas R. Copi (665-756]] -
-Richard Keller Simon (761-0879) NEED ROOMMATE (female) to share
-Richard Doctoroff (761-0879) 5-rm. apt Inquire 413 Hoover, Apt.
F*50 ' No. 1. from 9-2. C16!
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SEE EUROPE the SSTS way. Private MAYNARD HOTSE-7mmediate occu-
guided car tours. Handsome student pancy-furnished or unflirnished. 1
guides, anywhere in Europe. Meeting bedroom, 9th floor, $178 mo. NO 5-.
Wed. 5-6 p.m. at 1405 Hill. For info 4067 or 761-1872. C46
call Sara at 3-3384. P41
_._--.--_.--110 N. THAYER. One, two, and three-
IN DEPTH analysis of the MUG and man modern furnished apartments,,
the Hatcher teas in the Gargoyle. On one block from Rackham and Frieze
sale all over campus (more or less) Building, two blocks from St. Jos-
for only twenty-five cents, next eph Hospital. Wall-to-wall carpeting,
Wednesday. WHEEEEEEE! F37 disposals. For fall.
DP. HATCR. Mrs. Hatcher. Dr. osh, CAMPUS MANAGEMENT,
Burton Tower, George Lincoln Rock- 662-7787 days eyes, 66 _C06J
well. "riton. The Waiter Jenkins'
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.
BROADCASTING Engineer for WPAG.
FCC first phone license required. Call
663-6565. E!venings, NO 3-3672. H42
$6 for Rh positive; $7 and $10 for fth
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
BOLEX 16mm. H18 MOVIE CAMERA.
A Pan-cinor zoom 85 mm. $450. Call
665-0117 eves. B13
REDUCED PRICE. Michigan Union
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-
Approval request forms for student-
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
International Student Association,
'Are You Aware: Pakistan?", March
23-27, 12 noon-7:30 p.m., International
Center, Rackhamn Aud.
International Student Association,
'Are You Aware: American Culture?".
April 1-4, 4:10 p.m., Multipurpose Room
of UGLI, Union 3RS.
International Students Association,
American Week-Miles Davis Quintet,
April 4, 8:30 p.m., Hill Aud.
International Students Association,
"Are You Aware: American Culture -
Jazz Scene," April 4, 3 p.m., Union Ball-
Michigan Tech Univ., Houghton -
Announces summer grad program in
Public School Fund Acctg. Beneficial
to school business officials, school
board members, college & univ. pro-
fessors of Ed. Acctg., CPA's, etc. Ad-
mission based on grad standing or
squiv. Bkgd. in acctg. not required. De-
tails at Bureau.
European Jet Flight. May 4-Aug.Vi1. American Lincoln Corp., Toledo, Ohio'
Call Al Hartwick, 662-3176. B14 --R. & D. Engr., EE with mech. bkgd.
3-4 yrs. exper. in dev. field. Age 25-30.
For Sale VIRGIN 1956 Chevrolet V-8 Blue Cross Assoc., Chicago-Ass't. Di-
16,000 miles. Must sacrifice . Call rector of Educ. & Manpower Develop-
persistently 761-0268 after 6. B10 ment. Trng. & exper. in designing &
~ -conducting mgmt. & tech. programs.
IT'S COMING! Mgmt. Consultants, N.Y.C.-Interna-
IT'S COMING! tional Mkt. Planning Staff Assistant.
IT'S COMING! MBA, 2 yrs. exper. In mktg. or fi-,
(and it's not messy.) aance, some international aspects pref.
GARGOYLE Knowl. of French desirable. Profess.
next Wednesday Staff Dev. Manager, degree in psych.,
F20 personnel admin., or educ. Adv. degree
.- . -pref. 3 yrs. exper. in personnel admin.
HONDA - White 1964, 150 d.c., 6200 City of Flint, Mich.-Asst. Forestry
miles, white wall tires and roll. FOR Supv. Degree in forestry or equiv., ex-
INFORMATION call 764-9739 after 7 per. in tree propagation & maintenance
p.m. Ask for Tom. B9 pref., knowl. of tools, materials, meth-
- - - * - -- ds & safety procedures, Help plan &
WEDDING DRESS for sale. Size 14-16. direct city forestrycprora.
Call 663-7206. B16 drc t oetY program.
Call 6-2State of Michigan-1. Arts & Crafts
HONDA-1963, 300 c.c., excellent cond. [nstructor, 1 yr. exper. in various han-
Call 662-4055. B18 dicrafts & grad from high school or
- - ___ certified occupational therapy ass't.
NEED SOME NEW FURNITURE? Application deadline April 5. 2. Un-
Redwood Furniture for sale really amployment Claims clerk, degree or
cheap. I want to get rid of a book- equiv. exper. 3. Indust. Safety Engr.,
case and dresser. Will sacrifice. Call Engrg. degree plus 5 yrs. exper. 2 & 3
764-1011 after 5 p.m. B11 application deadline April 12.
* * *
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Violin
recital by Peter Zaret, March 28, 8
p.m., 1429 Hill St.
Circle Honorary Society, Meeting:
Election of officers for 1965-66, Mon.,
WIarch 29, 8 p.m., Cave, Women's League.
* * w
Lutheran Student Chapel (National
Lutheran Council), Worship services,
3:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. (Holy Commun-
Lon, 11 a.m.), Sun., March 28; March 27,
3 p.m., "Waiting for Godot," a tragi-
comedy by Samuel Beckett and again
on Sun., March 28, at 7:30 p.m.,
Lutheran Student Center, 801 Forest
* * *
Mu Phi Epsilon, Joint Spring Musi-
cale: Speaker, Dr. Eugene Troth, March
37, 2:30 p.m., School of Music, Recital
* * *
Newman Student Association, Music
series: Stravinsky's "L'Histoire de Sol-
lat"; piano music: Morton Seldman
Shakuhachi Music for solo flute, March
27, 8:30 p.m., 331 Thompson.
* * *
Unitarian Student Group, Dr. John
Bardach: "Thoughts on Ecology," Sun.,
March 28, 7 p.m. Cars at Lloyd and
Michigan Union, 6:45.
* * *
University of Michigan Sport Para-
chute Club, Important meeting. Mon.,
March 29, 7:30 p.m., Union 2-B. Non-
members welcome. I
* * *
Alpha Phi Omega, Executive Board
meeting, March 28, 2 p.m., Room 3516
Office of Scientific Research fo,
investigation of problems in speech
communication and- automatic
* * *
Prof. Norman R. F. Maler of
the psychology department is the
author of an extensive revision,
published this month, of his basic
college text "Psychology in Indus-
A Leading book in the field since
its initial publication nearly two
decades ago, "Psychology in In-
dustry" has been widely used in
college and universities here and
abroad, where it has been trans-
lated into Spanish and Serbo-
Croatian. An Italian version of the
new edition is now in preparation.
SATURDAY, MARCH 27
10 a.m.-Challenge will present
Prof. David Nelson Rowe, of the
political science department of
Yale University representing the
Committee of One Million Against
the Admission of Communist
China To the U.N. in the Multi-
purpose Room of the UGLI.
1 p.m.-Challenge will present
I-Tt Chen, President of the United
Formosans for Independence in
the Multipurose Room of theUGLI.
4 p.m.-Challenge will present
Charles O. Porter, former con-
gressman from Oregon and co-
chairman of the Committee For
a Review of Our China Policy in
the Multipurose Room of the
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present Howard Hawk's "The
Big Sleep" in Architecture Aud.
7:30 p.m.-A program of Pakis-
tani culture will be presented as
part of the series: "Are You
Aware: Pakistan? -- Of Its Cul-
ture?" in Aackham Amphitheatre.
8:30 p.m. - The University
Men's Glee Club will give a con-
cert in Hill Aud.
8:30 p.m--The Newman Stu-
dent Association will present Igor
Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Sol-
dat" at Newman Center.
SUNDAY, MARCH 28
3 p.m.-The Creative Arts Fes-
tival will present a panel discus-
sion of the play "In White Amer-
ica" at the Michigan Union.
3 p.m.-The School of Music
Contemporary Music Festival will
present the University Symphony
Band, conducted by William D.
Revelli, a Percussion Ensemble, a,
Brass Quintet and a choir at Hill
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will present Howard Hawk's "The
Big Sleep" in the Architecture
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will present a public concert by
the Stanley Quartet, featuring the
first Ann Arbor performance of
Prof. Wallace Berry's "Quartet in
C. Major, K. 465" at Rackham
Wi, !rgvn ,c U r eini
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block from campus you can concen-
trate nthe motivating force in life-
LOVE-4-5 people wanted. Call 665-
NEED 1 MAN to take over lease of
furnished, new apt. Move in anytime.
Cali .im at 663-7139 C12
STUDIO & 2 BORM. APTS. now renting
for fall. Fully furnished, heat and
water included. Located conveniently
near campus. Call NO 2-4169 until 9
1961 MONZA. Black with red interior.
Automatic. $800. Call 668-7238. N34
'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 mi., steeel sun-rf. open-
rear-wind., white walls, tran, rad.
seat belts, undercoat, EXCEL. Call
'64 VW. COST - $1925 new, SELL for'
$1495! 6 mo. old. 728-4739. N29
FOR SALE-9 passenger, DeSoto limou-
sine. Good condition. Best offer. Call
1961 VOLVO, 122F, 4 dr., excel. cond.
865-6976 or 764-7486. NI9
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-
FOR FUN and GAMES JOIN THE
MICHIGAN DAILY Business Staff!
See Judy Fields any afternoon. F23
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-
LIBRARIAN Wanted for The Daily
next year. 'No experience necessary.1
$1.5') per hour, upto 30 hrs. Call
764-0562, ask for Judie.' 25
WAKE UP SERVICE - Have your
phone ring. at any designated time-
day or night--LOW RATES, DON'T.
BE LATE FOR CLASS OR WORK-'
AGAIN. TELEPHONE ANSWERING
SERVICE, 665-8871 (24 hours). F42
RENT YOUR TV from NEJAC
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
Contact The Bud-Mor Agency
1103 S. University
SEE MARK RICHMAN Prestige Party
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.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Big black male cat named Mack
from 510 E. William. Battle-scarred,
much loved. Call 668-6234. Reward.
FOR FALL: 2, 3. 4, & 5-person apts.
from $95-$240. Campus locations. New
and used buildings. Summer Sublets
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
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
STATE AND PACKARD
1, 2 or 3 man apts. Chestnut Prop-
erties Ltd. 662-7961. C31
EEIGHT HUNDRED FULLER
NEW 1 and 2 bdrm. furn. apts. Avail-
able immediately. Close to campus
Now Showing for Fall
Phone NO 3-6549
Quality locations, one and two bed-
room units. Many avaliable in new
buidings. Spring & Summer leases
available. For information:
610 S. Forest
TELEVISION-RCA Victor-blonde con-
sole-reasonable. 663-3131. B87
BUY AND SELL THROUGH
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately
Autos, motorcycles, bikes, T.V.,
Hi-Fi's, furniture, cameras, etc.
PHONE 662-6574, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
Under new management, get-acquaint-
ed specials-Complete tune-up, $11.50
(most cars), consisting of points,
plugs, condenser and minor check-up.
Wesley & Simon Texaco, corner of
E. Huron and Forest. 5-2731. S4
RENT A TRUCK
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Ecorse Rd., Ypsilanti, Mich.
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
} 119 W. Washington
SUNDAY NIGHTS don't waste your
time waiting to be served. Serve
yourself without the wait with deli-
cious foodstuffs from
open every night 'til 12
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
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If You Want
Challenge and Excitement ...
Then Judy Fields and Judie Warren
If you're bored wi th 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 TH E MICH IGAN DA ILY and talk with our
0 This one move could chonge your entire college life.
Why pay rent? Live in a new, bright,
cheerful townhouse. Have an in-
vestment to show for those hard-to-
come-by dollars. Just 195 dollars
moves you in. No Closing Costs. From
$82 a month.
Platt Rd. South of Packard
TIRED OF USED CARS?
Here's your chance to get a 1965 Gen-
eral Motors OPEL at a used car price:
We have OPEL demonstrators for
sale at prices below list and below
what it costs for many used cars. All
these cars have a 2year-24 thousand
mile General Motors warranty. Eco-
nomical? An average driver should
expect at least 30 miles per gallon.
OPELS never need chassis lubri-
eation for the life of the car and
OPEL standard equipment includes
everything you'll need, except a
radio, Company policy forbids us to
advertise demonstrator prices, but
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gols"
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
For Gals and Guys
"Wit-" and Colors-$5.98
NEED TO UNLOAD 1960 Lambretta
quick - good condition - must leave
town, will take best offer. CALL 665-,
Mod., 4-man, air-cond., with balcony.
Call 6'65-5405. U28
2-MAN APT. % block from Law Quad.
726 Oakland. Kitchen, large bdrm.,
bath, living-dining room. Ample
RENT YOUR CYCLE! Married couple
wants to rent 2 motorcycles this
summer. Details can be arranged.
Call 761-0242. Z3
FOUND-a stewart plaid all wool scarf. VESPA 150. Good cond., must sell. $150.
Cisco label. ,all 764-3963. A30 665-2861. Z8
I e ,^1. ,.TT- m ahlm.- a 4 .I HONDA NOW! Buy, reserve, or
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