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WEDNESDAY, 31 MARCH 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The 'Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan, for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
tat responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYI'WRIEThN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
tore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication, 'and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Satuiday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; lsay
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organwation notices are not
accepted for puutication.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 31
Day Calendar
Michigan Association of Office Per-
;onnel of YMCA Conference-Registra-
tion, YM-YWCA, 9:15 a.m.
Association of Secretaries of the
YMCA Conference-Registration, YM-
YWCA, 9:15 a.m.
Dept, of Anatomy Seminar-M. M.
Dewey, Dept. of Anatomy, 'Anatomi-
:al Basis of Propagation in Involun-
:ary Muscles": 2501 East Medical Bldg.,
1 p.m.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineering Lecture-George E. Hud-
on, National Bureau of Standards,
Boulder Laboratory, "The Generation
ind Dissemination of Time": Rackham
Amphitheatre, 8 p.m.

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M. Saturday

SUMMER SUBLET - SUMMER SUBLET
1, 2 OR 3 MEN for mod. 2 bdrm. apt. WANTED: 1 man to share apt. $120j
$35/man. 761-0817. U19 for summer. NO 3-2672. U103
MOD)ERN Summer living in large 4- MODERN, 2-MAN apt. Available Mayf
man, air-cond. apt. Soudproof/brick 1st. Call 665-8976. U31
construction. $40/man, 503 Hill St.-
665-8400. C46 3 MAN APT. Furnished, 5 room. $120E
monthly. Avail. May 1. 761-1693. 8141
EXPENSIVE-Not E. University. U71
3 bdrm.., 3-man, big, cheap, roomy, - -
large, inexpensive. Call 665-9562. U20 APT. IN house near campus-One large,!
one small bedroom, very reasonable.I
SPACIOUS 3-man apt. Mod. furn., 668-6979."U32"U
patio, sundeck, paved parking, closeUE y g
#to campus. 761-0315. U146 NAME YOUR PRTCE, anything over
-- -~- - $275. Large, luxurious, 6-man apt.,
BRAND NEW IN '65-Enormous 3-man air-cond., dishwasher. Call X668-8927.
iapt. for summer sublet. Top foor, --- --_____
furn., dishwasher, disposal, air-cond., I SWIM..POOL. 3 man new, air cond. apt.
wall-to-wall carpet. We will bargain. Wall to wall carpeting. Call 665-
761-2083. U21 7463. U12
1 OR 2 MAN, mod., air-cond. apt. near: MAY 1 TO AUG. 15
campus with swimming, pool. Call 307 Packard-2 bdrm:,. air-cond. for
663A)825 U44 3, from $40. NO 5-6371 or 761-1393.
-------- - 615 Church-I bdrm. for 2 or 3,
SUMMER - 2-man, large, quiet, near from $40. 761-2877; 2 bdrm. for 4,
campus, reasonable. Call 761-1145. U22 $35. 665-9806.
_ _____ _..-_-_ __ _ ---_- 817 Arch-2 bdrm., air-cond., $45.
SlUMMER 'STBLE'r-Cool double apart- 663-4686.
ment 410 Benjamin. Call 761-0415 1100 Hill-1 bdrm., $110. 663-6714.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES I DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3.45
3 .85 2.40 4.20
4 1.00 2.85 4.95
Figure 5 overage words to a line.
Clossified deadline, 2:30 daily.
Phone 764-0557
SUMMER SUBLET

PERSONAL
FOR SALE--Round trip ticket to Paris H
from NYC. $290. Union Charter Flight
May 4-Aug. 11. Barb Laas, 665-6633.1
F16 -
DON'T be the last on
your corridor,
DON'T be a social outcast,
DON'T be left out of things,-
it's only two-bits AND W
(you can HOARD it!! 1

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GARGOYLE WEDNESDAY F4
-that's TODAY Dumb-Eo F24
BETTER HURRY and buy your ticitets

FOR RENT BIKES AND SCOOTERS WANTED TO BUY
EART OF CAMPUS-4 man apt. $210. FOR SALE - 1964 Honda 150. Excel. WANTED-14 or 15 ft. fiberglass boat.
2 May-4 Aug. leaves available. Call cond. Call 663-8517. Z1 Call 663-7165. K8
HU 2-6776. C7 ----.-:__.-- -
___ ---NEED TO UNLOAD 1960 Lambretta LOST AND FOUND
AME YOUR PRICE, anything over quick-good cnndition - must leave,
$275. Large, luxurious, 6-man apt., town, will take best offer. CALL 665- FOTNI)--a stewart plaid all wool scarf,
air-cond., dishwasher. Call 668-8927. 2846. Z Cisco label. ail 764-3963. A$0
C43
tsharesHONDA NOW! Buy, reserve. or lay- BUSINESS SERVICES
TANTED-Male to shrestudio avail- away before the spring rush. 24 hr__
able In U. Towers. Call 764-0786. 08 delivery on all 12 popular 1965 models. YP1NG done in my home-3308 Spring-
S30 or more to choose from. See them brook, Ann Arbor. Phone 761-0200.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY at HIONIA OF ANN ARBOR, 1906 _ _ _______
MARRIED COUPLE ONLY Packard Rd., 665-9281. Z BARGAIN CORNER
luxurious, 1000 sq. ft., 2-bdrm. un- SEE IT NOW - The '64 Yamaha with
furnished apt, on W. Stadium with the revolutionary new oil injection
free parking privileges on campus. system. No more fuss or mussI SA 'S STORE
$145 per mo., includes everything but NICHOLSON NIO 'OR BALES j SA '
light. Call 663-7268 or 665-0234. C!223 B First
- __-_ ET -HaOs Genuine L EV I'S Galore!
721 FOREST 1963 SA super-rocket motorcycle. 650' LV'SIMEIT--$4
Near Hill)-Air-cond., furnd., or un- cc. Excell. cond. $900. Call after 7 LVI SLIM-FITS-$425
furnd. 1 and 2 bdrm., mod. apts. P.M or on weekends. NO 5-7150. Z10 "White" and 5 Colors
Avail. immediately. See Manager, Apt.

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_ - ifor Yeoman of the Guard," March
4- MAN APT., air-cond., terrace, 2 liv- 3April 3 Tickets on sale at Lydia
igrs, apetdan unihd Mendelssohn box office. Sat, evening
Corner Tappan and Hill. Call 663- already sold oux. . . 41
6881 after 9. U35__laysodutF4
-- MALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
2-MAN APT. % block from Law Quad. three-man air-cond. apt. 1 block
126 Oakland. Kitchen, large bdrm.. from campus for fall. Call Dave, 665-
bath, living-dining room. Ample 4667. F17
closet spare. Very reasonable. Call;_. _
764-3969 or 764-3it82. U18 ROOMMATES WANTED: One or two
-____----~~ _--~~t girls wanted to live in an apart-
3 MAN sublet furn . air-cond.. near ment next fall. Call Elaine, 764-
campus. avail. May, utilities in n fal2967.Fa
Call 665-780. U13
~--.~-a~,~1DISTRIBUTION of the 1965 Michigan-
2-MAN APT. 334 E. Madison, Apt. 7 2 ensian will begin Monday, April 5
Call after 5 p.m. 761-0296. U112 and continue till Friday, April 9, be-
_ +,twen t+n1-nours 01 i) nA ~Atn+me

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I WANTED-One man to live in modern
! r-nditinP ned artmnt_ One block

General Information, NO 3-2800

U33

SUMMER IN LOVE!!

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Doctoral Examination for Roland Fe-
ix Hirsch, Chemistry; thesis: "Some
analytical Aspects of the Chemistry
f Technetium." today, 3003 Chemistry,
Bldg., 1 pm. Chairman, C. L. Rulfs.
Doctoral Examination for William Ed-
win French,' Oceanography; thesis:
'The Sedimentary Environment and
3eological Evolution of the Manitou
Passage Area of Lake Michigan," today,
1003 IST Bldg., 1:30 p.m. Chairman, J.
:. Hough.

air-cona tion a pa rffmes. _vile______-
from campus from June 25 to Aug. 20. MAY-AUG. nicely furn. 1 bdrm. apt. for With 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Air-
Contact A-665-5753. U23 2. 2 blks. from campus. Call 761- conditioning, dishwasher, garbage
0854 after 6 p.m. U8 disposal, terrace, and a location one
SUBLET PLAYBOY Apt, for 2. Reason- _.., I- block from campus you can concen.
able price. Call 663-7165. U45 APT. for 1 or 2 avail. May 1 or earlier. trate on the motivating force In life-
NIETZSCHE IS EAD, God's in h Quiet but convenient to town, main LOVE-4-5 people wanted. Call 665.
NIeTZSHen ISndvoeD, dsinthis campus. Large kitchen, bath. Come 5753" F4,
heaven, and o're spending the see, make offer. 663-7994. U13
summer in Ann Arbor. We have a HELP WANTED
modern, one-ye' old apartment in GIANT' 5 RMW furn. apt. across fromA
a convenient location. It's . air-con- League fountain. 50 yds. from campus WANTED-Normal left-handed Med.-
ditioned, has dishwasher, balcony, and 5 theatres. Sun-porch, good Dental nursing students for neuro-
two-sink bath and more. Try us at view, 2-3 men, will cut rent, 216 logical exam. On Mondays or Fridays.
$155/mo. for four. Call 662-2694, ask S. Ingalls No. 33. 761-1526. U341Will pay 5. Contact Dr. Tourtellotte
for The Old Philosopher. U24 at 764-0298. H36
ENTIRE 1st FLOOR of house, 3-man, --
HUGE 2 or 3 MAN Alit, avail. May 1. mod., furn. 1 blk, from Frieze, private HELP WANTED-MEN & WOMEN
Lower " house Incl. basement and parking, avail. April 25. Call 662-2606. Counselors, experienced in campE
utili.'ies. '' block from E. Eng. 421 U43 specialities ,over 19 yrs. (Ad. Also
Church. Call 761-0221. Will bargain. ., 2 , 4__y__ H s baker, nurse, nurse's aid, maid,eof-
1132t 1, 2, 3, or 4 for luxury Carriage House lifce, maintenance & kitchen help
apt. 1 blk. from class. Make offer. for pvt. Mich. coed camp near Kala-
THE NEW ELYSIUM-Third roommate Call Gary, 662-0943 after 5 p.m. U14 mfovMich. ced fum eauala-
wanted (female) for full summer sea- CosMich. ed full qualif-
sion. Mod. apt. near I.M. Bldg. Air- MOD., LUXURIOUS, 2 bdrm apt. Per- I tins, aly nee, & photo if p5-
cond., spiral staircase. $50/mo. Call feet for 3. Mod. appliances, garbage Hibbard Rd., Wilmette, Ill. H14
663-5970. U25 disposal, off-st. parking. 1 blk. from H ar .,W
campus. Will meet any reasonable PART-TIME ANIMAL Caretaker (15-20
SUMMER SUBTLET FOR 4 offer. 665-2579. U17 hr:.!uk.i. Call Dr. Butter at 764-1
One block from campus. Modern - 0433 -r after 5 at his home at 663-1
luxury apartment. Air-cnndititning' 7885 H33I

tween the hours of 10 and 4 at the
Student Publications Building, 420
Maynard Street. Persons holding re-
ceipts can pick up their books, others
may purchase them at the spot. F18
WANTED-For next fall, a large apart-
ment. THREE bedrooms. Need not be
close to campus, but must be rea-
sonably priced. If you have such a
place, for discussion call:
-Thomas R. Copi (665-7561)
-Richard Keller Simon (761-0879)
-Richard Doctoroff (761-0879)
P50
THE question of the week? Who is the
man from Checkmate in the IFC
office'? F19
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

Doctoral Examination fcr Ronald
autt Mohler, Instrumentation Engi-
aeering; thesis: "Optimal Control of
Nuclear-Reactor Processes," today, 2310
;.. 'Engrg, Bldg., .3 p.m. Chairman, R.
M. Howe.
Doctoral Examination for Stephen
Kinsley Parrott, Mathematics; thesis:
'Weighted Translation Operators," to-
lay, 2006 Angell Hall, 2 p.m. Chair-
nan, P. R. Halmos.
Biological Chemistry Departmental
Colloquium: Dr. S. A. Barker, "Struc-
aural Studies on Heteropolymers Con-
taining Carbohydrates with Inducible
3lycosidases from Klebsiella Aerogenes."
Bring your lunch at 12. Coffee pro-
vided. Presentation, 12:15, M6423 Med.
Science Bldg.
General .oie
Admlission Test for Graduate ctudy in
Business: Candidates taking the Admis-
sion Test for Graduate Study in Busi
Mess on Sat., April 3, are requested
to report to Room 130 Bus. Ad. Bldg.
at 8:30 a.m. Saturday,
For"eih Visitors
The following are the foreign visi-
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
gram arrangements are being made by
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center, 764-218.
Peter Strebens, director, Language
Center and prof. of applied linguistics,
University of Essex, Colchester, March
28-30. .
Mrs. Fatimah Hamid Don, linguistics
and language instructor, University of
Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March
28-April 2.
A. A. Gutmann, representative, Com-
pania Shell de Venesuela, Venesuela.,
r April 2-3.
Placement
part-Titte
Ell l ovinen t
The following part-time jobs are
available. Application for these jobs
can be made in the Part-Time Em-
ployment Office, 2200 SAB, during the
following hours: Monday through Fri
day, 8 a.m. until 12 noon and 1:30
until 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
dents for part-time or full-time tem.
porary work, shnuld contact Robert
Parker, part-time interviewer, at 764-
Students desiring miscellaneous od'
jabs shnuld crnsult the bulletin
board in Room 2200, daily.
--At the present time, typists and
secretaries are needed to fill both
part-time and full-time positions.
Most jobs are quite temporary in
nature (few weeks to a few months)
while a few are permanent. Mini-
mum requirement is a typing speed
of 50 w.p.m. with few errors.
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102. C9
BEAUTIFUL 4 rm. unfurn. apt, avail.
May 1. On campus. $140 incl. All
util. NO 5-7343. C4
WANTED-male to share luxury apt. at
731 Packard. Avail, summer & fall.
Call 761-0976. C6
1 DOUBLE ROOM FOR 2 MEN-Near
Campus and IM Bldg. Kitchen privi-
leges. Phone 663-8244 evenings and
weekends. CI
1-5 MEN for a completely furn'd 3 bdrm
homne on campus, washing machine,,
screened i% porch, deep freeze, 3 blks.
from campus. Call 663-5930. B20
410 OBSERVI ORY, four and five
man apartm-.,ts in newer building'
with new living room furnishings,
wall-to-wall carpeting, coveredpark-
ing, close hospitals and campus, for,
fall,
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
662-7787 days eves. 663-9064
LUXURY APARTMENTS
2 bdrms. air-cond., garbage disposal,
sound proofed, wood paneling, park-,
ing, laundry, and storage. C a l
662-7961. C41
1 GIRL TO SHARE apt., newly redeco-
rated, close to campus. Call 662-5800-
after 5:30. C38
NOW! GIRLS need 3rd roommate. Spe-
cial Rate! Call 662-7384. Leave mes-
sage. C28
WANTED FOR FALL ONLY-APART-
MENT for 2 or 3. Call Jane Peter-
man, 663-0577. C47
SANS SOUCI
3 & 4-MAN For Fall-New mod., 1 & 2
bdrm, apts. Limited no. left. Very ige.,
furnished, air-cond., baconcies. Call
tl8-8723 or 5-8330 or 5-2689. C
NEED ROOMMA'rE (female) toshare
5-rin. apt Inquire 413 Hoover, Apt.
No. 1. from 9-2, C16
110 N. THAYER. One, two, and three-
man modern furnished apartments,
one block from Rackham and Frieze
Building, two blocks from St. Jos-
eph Hospital. Wall-to-wall carpeting,
disposals. For fall.

USED CARS
1963 GRAND PRIX -- Red with white
leather. 4 on floor, tach, alum. wheels,
17,000 miles. Perfect cond. $2295. 663-
3967. N35
'58 MORRIS MINOR-30 mm./gal., good
cond. Call eves., NO 2-2184. N36
'63 4-DOOR CATALINA, stand. trans.,
no power equipment. Excellent cond.
Call NO 2-2249. N33
FOR SALE-9 passenger, DeSoto limou-
sine. Good condition, Best offer. Call
764-0751. N26
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
RENT A TRUCK
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Ecorse Rd., Ypsilanti, Mich.
WANTED TO RENT
__________________

Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
Asst d. Colors-$6.98

S-T-R -.TCH LEVI'S
For Gals and Guys
"Wit-" and Colors-$5.98
LE VIS JACKETS
Blue Denim--$5.49
"White"-$5.98
LEVI'S Superslim's-$4.98
LEVI'S Dungorees-$4.49
TURTLENECKS-$1.69
(15 Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nites
SAM'S STOREi

For "Guys and Gals"

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dishwasher, baths, up and down
with balcony. NO 5-0855. CIO. 4-MAN MOD, large, FREE central air-
-. ____- --'coud. Excellent location. CHEAP.
1 MONTH FREE RENT I 662-0557. U16
Furn., 2 bdrm. apt., 2 blks. from cam-
pus,,Cali 663-6001 U26 j -~~~ -~ -- - ..
psCl6-001,. _.1126-__-__MAY-AUG. 2 bdrm. newly furn. apt.
2 FEMALE grad. stud. need i to share for 3. $115 monthly. Forest near Hill,
air-cond. apt. for summer. Call 761- Call 665-3397. U15
0726. U49 HUGE 3-4 apt. S. Univ. & Forest. Call
-AT A668-7225. 1 U18

.TIFFANY II-105A
Female roommates to share attractive'
air-conditioned modern 3-man apt.
731 Packard, Call 665-3323. 112
NEW 1-2 man furn'd apt, 2 blks from
campus, parking, air con'd, laundry
facilities, disposal,.call 665-2719 after
6:00. U48
SPACIOUS APT. for 2 -:Air-cond. on
campus. Ideal for married or single.
668-7435. U27
2 MEN needed for summer to fill mod-
ern apt. wotj 2 virgin air con'd. 1 blk
from East Engin (corner South U and
S. Forest) Reasonable N032973. U49
SUMMER SUBLET - Single efficiency
avail. May-Aug. 508 Lawrence, No. 4.
U28
NEAR Hsop. Spacious 4 man apt. TV,
cool in summer, will accept any rea-
sonable offer. 665-6405. U50
MOVE IN MAY 14-Pay in June! Apt.
ideal for 2 people or married couple.
Call 761-0923. U29
LUXURY 3 bdrms, 4 or 5 man apt.,
very reasonable, air con'd, balcony, 2
blks from campus. 662-1026. U1
VACANCY for 1 roommate in 3-man
apt. for 1st session of summer. Air-
cond., swimming pool, close to South
U., reasonable rate. 662-6766; U30
SUMMER SUBLET or summer & fall.
Spacious, 3rd floor 2 bdrm apt. 802
Oakland $175. Call NO 3-2870. 112
3-MAN APT , 2 bdrm, study rm. priv.
storage, close. No 52534. U3
CHARTER HOUSE-largest apt. in A2,
great' loc.atlon, air-con'd, 3 bdrmns, 2
baths, dishwasher,IAptC. Call 663-
=0114, NAME YOUR PRICE. 115
FABTILOTUS FORUM FOTTRMAN FOR
FOUIR FAIRLY FINIW Y, FAR FROM
FRIVOL(US FOLKRS.
NUW-REMUWED RATE
dishwasher, two bathrooms, air-
conditinner, treasured artworks, extra
bookshelves and lamps left for sum-
mer Close to everything. QUICKLY
CALL 6686749. U47
NAME YOUR PRICE--Summer Sublet.
Central air-cond., mod. 4-person, gar-
Sden apt. 761-0716. U2
SAVE OVER $60 per month. Sublease
now for the summer. Call 668-665'. 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. 66'.40. 1U17
2ND SUMMER SESSION: mnwt., all rms
air-cond., near campus, 1 or 2 girls
761-06371. U5
SUMMER SUBLET-Forvm Apt. 7, air-
conditioned, dishwasher, 4-man, wall-
to-wall carpeting, 11_4 baths. 761-1567.
U48
1 & 2 B)RM. furn. & unfurn. apts,
girls preferred. $60/mo. per person.
Inquire 721 S. Forest, manager's apt.I
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
-668-8723. U.3
MAY-AUG.-1 lrg.. 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
SPIRAL STAIRCASE signifies suave-
ness. All modern conveniences, dish-
washer, air-cnnd., etc. Be cool for

AMAZING-Air-cond., mod., furn., dis-,
posal, spacious studio for 2. 3 blks.
to campus. All util. paid, slash to
$130/mo. 665-5718 evenings. U36'
SUBLET an entire HOUSE for the
simmer. 4 gigantic bedrooms, lvg.
room, dining room and kitchen,
study, garage, fireplace and rock gar-
den. Very' close to campus. 764-7678
or 764-2603. U35

MEN
WE CAN PLACE YOU NATIONAL Y.Y
FOR PART-TIME AND
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT.
CALL FOR TNTERVIEW
5:30-7:30 only
NO 3-0456
1114
WAr -RFS---Full or part time. Apply,
Brovn Jug, 1204 S. University. H24
MEAL JOB--Lunch and dinner. Call
steward at Phi Kappa Tau, 665-9682.
BR0AD(' ' 5TNG Enelneer for WPAG.
FR first phone licenserenured. Call
663-6565 F lenings. NO 3-3672. H42
BLOOD DONORS
F C~kTl LY N t~F'

WANTED-Cheap, large bed. Can be
any shape what-so-ever. I can sleep
anywhere on- anything. Call'Copi at
The Daily. F20
- - --------_ _ _
I AUSTIN DTAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement ring in Ann Arbor.'
1209 S. University, 663-7151.
Be safe at night with Rebuff!
Available at the
VILLAGE APOTHECARY
1112 S. Univ.
4TH GIRL WANTED for fall apt. 610
S. Forest. Call Joanie 764-5925. F44
LOST:Men's GLASSES. Drk brown
fran es. Vicinity Angell H. Needed,
for pre-finals cram. Phone Larry at
764-6773. F45
TODAY
l is
rather
auspicious
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DESIRE to share summer apt. with 122 E. Woshinpton
other girls near U. hospital. Call
764-8831 after 6:00. L16
Max Shulman
(By the author of Dobie Gills,
Rally Round the Flag, Boys, etc.)
HOW TO SEE EUROPE FOR ONLY $500 A DAY

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-TU N APT.,Icheap, U121st uAMPUS MANAGEMENT
3 TO 4 MAN APT., cheap, 615 Church. 'f-a t62-7787 days eves 663-9064,
2 mi. from campus. Near shopping, 6 for Rh positive: 87 and $10 for odhyformer --yv
storage space, parking. 665-9806. 24 aatie Hours Mn, 9 4: Tues Daily NEED 1 MAN to take over lease of
336 E. MADISON, Apt. 1-2-man, furn. 9-4; Fri . 1-7. 1821 vrs od need Great furnished, new apt. Move in anytime.
apt., off-street parking, carpeted parent's permission. Detroit Blood H. Neil Call Jim at 663-729 012
bdrm. and livingrm., paneled kitchen. Service new location. 404 W Mich- Happy 21, Buddy!-
$80/mo. Call 663-4750. U37 "igan. Ypsilanti. Mich H29 F21 OAKLAND-TAPPAN
SUMMER SUBLET in luxury, air-cond. NATIONWIDE SUMMER employment i.OPEN RUSH for fall '65. Apn Arbor's APARTMENTS
Foxcroft Apt. Will accept reasonable for men. For personal interview. call most simulating intellectual environ-
offer, Call 665-245E. U38 5:30-7:30. NO 3-4056. H 28 ment, One opening in 4 woman STUDIO & 2 BORM. APTS. now renting
___ PART-T-M- 2-r-0 anartment. Few conveniences but for fall. Fully furnished, heat and
THE COOLEST PAD on campus is up PART-TIME 2 or 3 nights a wk.14:30 many benefits. Call 764-7907 for ap- water included. Located conveniently
for grabs for this summer. 2 story P.M. to 1:30 A.M. Apply in person. t near campus. Call NO 2-4169 untl 9
house; 3 bedrooms; modern kitchen; Drake's Sandwich Shop. H35 p.m. C22
fireplace: porch. Very close to central - HAPPY P-BELL Carol Rappeport
campus and inexpensive, too. Call MEN Happy Birthday to you A Galore
665-2431, U7 WE CAN PLACE YOU NATIONALLY F261 ApartmentsG
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1, 2, & 3 BDRM. APTS.
Spacious, new, air-coni., furn., deluxe
apt. for summer. We have a LARGE
variety. Call now, 5-8330 or 8-8723
or 5-2689.
U331
AIR-COND., 2 bdrrn. apt. for 3. Spa-
cious, modern, balcony, dishwasher.
private parking. 665-8724. U40
CHEAP! Modern, furnished apt. fori
3 or 4. Great location. 1 block from'
campus. Air-conditioning and bal-
cony. Will bargain. 662-6452, U1
LARGE, 3 bdrm. 5-6 man, luxury apt.
TV. S. Univ. & Washtenaw. $225. Call,
'665-5362. U41
WE BARGAIN-New air-cond., 2 bdrm.
bi-level apt. with dishwasher, for 2
or 4. Near I.M. Bldg. 665-0759. U42I
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
VACANCIES - Air-cond., spacious,
fully equipped, TV, balcony. Call 665-
5884. U22
SUMMIT HSE. Apts.-Mod., 5-man apt., $
kitchen utensile and TV included.
$180/mo. Call 665-2339. U11
YOU CAN'T afford to miss seeing our
apt. Large, very close to campus, for
2 or 3. Call 764-8652 or 764-8653. U29

FOR PART-'TIME
AND SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
CALL FOR INTERVIEW
5:30-7:30 only
NO 3-0456

WAKE UP SERVICE - Have your
phone ring at any designated time-
day or night-LOW RA IES, DON'T
BE LATE FOR CLASS OR WORK-
AGAIN. T'ETEPHONE ANSWERING
SERVICE. 665-8871 (24 hours). F42

OPPORTUNITIES for a challenging.
exrer. in camping and supervision.
Camp 't'amarack, co-ed agency camp,
Ortonville, Mich., has summer posi-
tions avail. for female unit supervis-
or. Bachelors degree & previous
campuing exper. required. Contact
by nail or call collect Marvin Ber-t
man, Camp Tamarack, 18100 Meyers
Rd., Detroit DI 1-5666. H34
FOR SALE
1965 YAMAHA 80-5 months old, 5201
miles. $300. MUST SELL. 764-3741. B23l
- -- - --
FOR SALE - Stanley Cup Playoff
tickets. Call 665-2269. B24-
1963 PONTIAC Catalina Vista, all pow-
er, 4-door, white with aqua interior. {
$2095. Leaving for Australia. Call 665-
8470. B25
BOLEX 16mm. H18 MOVIE CAMERA.
A Pan-cinor zoom 85 mm. $450. Call
665-0117 eves. B13
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.

FOR FALL: 2, 3. 4. & 5-person apts.
from $54-240. Campus Incatirns. New
and used buildings. Summer Subletsf
also available.
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
ATIENTION groups of 2 and 3-Do
you want luxury and privacy next
yeat? Split-level design of our apts
is your answer. Call 663-8866. C28

Be a TRUE individual-
Do something DIFFERENT-
(join the group)
GARGOYLE ON SALE-TODAY
25c

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RENT YOUR 'TV IfroinNEJAC-
GE and Zenith portables for only $10 t EIGHT HUNDRED FULLER
per month. FREE service and delivery. NEW 2 bdrm. apts. avail. for summerI
Phone 662-5671 NOW. F pus and hospitals. Phone NO 3-I
E sonly at reduced proces. Close to cam-I
RESPONSIBLE girl to share moderny. -7 2.
apt. immediately. $53.7'. 665-4675. F'25 I C~9 15

ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES

HELP! Must sell ticket on Union
Flignt 11, May 4 to Aug. 11. Special
Price. Caroll Soffer, 662-3225. F7
USHERS WANTED-Gilbert & Sullivan
Society. "Yeoman of the Guard."
668-6300. F27
PHYLLIS IS WRIGHT
FOR ANN ARBOR
INSTEAD OF JUST TALKING
about civil rights, anti-poverty pro-
grams, inadequate parking or en-
croaching unattractiveness
DO SOMETHING
about them by voting for
PHYLLIS WRIGHT
Democrat
City Council 2nd Ward
Monday, April 5
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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. Frrest
663-0511
C18I

Naturally you are all going to
Europe this summer, and nat-
urally you are all asking the same
question: what countries should
you visit? Well sir, it depends on
how much time you've got. If
you're going to be there a whole
week, of course you'll see all of
Europe. But if, like most of us,
you -only have three days, it
would be wise to restrict your
trip to just 12 or 15 of the most
interesting countries.
First on your list should be
Italy. Don't miss it! It's a f tn
country! ?Moreover, you don't
even need to know the language
to have a marvelous time. The
Italians are a friendly, jolly people
who make it easy to communicate.
You'll get along splendidly if
you'll learn just three simple
phrases: "Buon giorno" which
means "Good morning," "Grazie"
which means "Thank you" and
"Gosi fan tutte" which means
"Your Fiat is on my foot."
In order to help you enjoy the
fabled land of Italy, it is necessary
for me to supply a bit of historical
background. (It is also necessary
for me to say a few words about
Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes
because the makers of Kellogg's
Sugar Frosted Flakes pay me to-
write this column, and they a-e"
Inclined to brood if I. neglect to
mention their product. Of course
they don't stay gloomy for long,
! the makers of Kellogg's Sugar
Frosted Flakes, for they are
kindly, cheery folk, fond of
Morris-dancing, quilting bees and
furry animals-fine, decent men,
just as good down-deep as the
flakes they make. And there,
friends, is the secret of Sugar
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finally fell to the Goths, the Visi.
goths, and the Green Bay Packers.
After the fall of Rome, Italy
just laid around waiting for the
Renaissance. Then, believe you
me, the fat was in the firel
Painters sprang up like dande-
lions! In Florence alone there
was Michaelangelo, Della Robbia,
Tintoretto, and Alfredo Scarpitta.
(Ironically, Mr. Scarpitta, the
least famous of the Florentines,
was the most important, for Mr.
Scarpitta discovered canvas. Un-
til his discovery, all painting had
been done on the sides of burros.
Who knows how many master.
pieces were lost to the world,
alas, during the moulting
season?)
The surge in painting stimu-
lated all the other arts-especially
opera. First came Puccini, then
Rossini, and then the greatest of
them all, Verdi, who composed
such immortal works as It Trova-
tore ("The Dental Technician"),
La Traviata ("The Lung"), and
La Forza del Destino ("Why
Johnny Can't Read").
In all the major cities of Italy
you will find many peppy
museums and opera houses. But
you must not, like too many
tourists, confine your travelling
to -just the major cities. The
Italian countryside is filled with
fascinating byways, if you will
but look. For instance, in the
little-known village of Formaggio,
overlooking the Dolomites, there
is a burro.beating contest on the
second Tuesday of each month.
in Ossabucco, a charmingly Un.
spoiled hamlet on the Ligurian
coast, the world's largest sprat is
on exhibit every Wednesday and
Friday. In the junior high school
of Malocchio, a quaint settlement
nestled high in the Apennines
you can see Garibaldi's penman-
ship diploma from three to five
p.m. daily.
Get off the beaten track! Ex-
plore the hidden nooks, the for-
gotten crannies! here is the real
Italy. here you will meet open,
honest, hearty folk, brimming
over with friendliness, who will
be glad to show you their customs
and teach you their language.
I'll wager when you leave Italy
you'll know far more Italian than
the three basic phrases. You'll
also know "Arrivederci" which
means "See you later," "Per
favore" which means "Please,"
and "La donna e mobile" which

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.
Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge meeting,
March 31, 4 p.m., Room 3545 SAB.
Alpha Phi Omega, Semi-annual elec-
tion and report meeting, March 31, 7
p.m., Room 30, Union.
Canterbury House, Quest for Human
Values, dinner/discussion, Thurs., April
(, 5:30 p.m., with Rev. Daniel Burke.
and Prof. Peter Fontana, s218 N. Divi-
sion.
Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin, le 1
Avril, le jeudi, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg.
Univrsty Lutheran Chapel, Midweek
Lenten Vespers, March 31, 7:30 p.m.
ind 10 p.m.; Chapel Assembly meeting,
8:30 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw Ave.
U. of M. Physical Therapy Club, Pic-
aic dinner for physical therapy pa-
,ients, April 1, 4:30 p.m., 13th level, U.
)f M. Hospital.

FOR SALE: 1965 Yamaha 250 cc. with
NEW, MOD., completely furn. 3 or 4 oil injection. 400 mi. Excellent con-
man apt. Air-cond. and all conven- oit io.74-1854.B21
iences. Excellent location. Call 662- dition. 764-1854. -21
7440. U13, NEW CARS
FOR SUMMER SUBLET - Luxury 4-
man apartment for this summer. TIRED OF USED CARS?
Duplex, dishwasher, air conditioned,
1 hlock from campus. 663-1392. U34 Here's your chance to get a 1965 Gen-
. ,.eal ors Ui',... /' t aa~a ei oar price;"

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j FOR THE FINEST in Dance Music
Johnny Harberd
Art Bartner
Ray Louis
Maximillia n
Peter Clements
Wadye Gaitant
Contact 'The Bud-Mor Agency
1103 S. University
NO 2-6362

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FURN. APT. 1 or 2. 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Call 662-2120 evenings. U14
3RD MALE GRAD. neededltos hare
house at 1342 N. Univ. Call 668-8692.
evenings. C29
SUMMER SUBLET-Modern 4-man apt.
near St. Joe Hasp: Quiet. Reason-
ably priced. Available May 1 with an
option for next fall. Call 662-3422. 111
CHEAP-MUST SUBLET 4-man mod.
apt, with air-cond., 1 blk. from cam-
pus. No reasonable offer refused.
Call 662-9179. U15

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 carshave a2year-24 thousand
mile General Motors warranty. Eco-
nomical? An average driver should
expect at least 30 miles per gallon.
OPEI.S never need chassis lubri-
cation 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
be assured this ad is not a come-on
and these cars are offered as real
bargains. If you will phone Mr.
Ehnis at Ann Arbor Buick, NO 2-
6576 he will be happy to provide
-A - -4 - -1.+ info .t ...-it

Your last chance. .
JOHN MANNING
Henderson Room, League
Wednesday, March 31, 4:15 p.m.
Fl
SEE MARK RICHMAN Prestige Party1
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 personalityj
ann-ict ati n IM £ .gpm is -

MARRIED?
Why pay rent? Live in a new, bright,
cheertul 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.
COLONIAL SQUARE
TOWNHOUSES
Platt Rd South of Packard
Phone 662-8131
C44
FOR WOMEN AND
MEN STUDENTS
iUNIVERSITY
TOWERS
t Furnished Apartments
* August Occupancy
On Campus ... South U
at Forest
* Apartments for One, Two
Three and Four People
* Weekly Maid Service
* Coin Laundry.
* Comnartmented Baths

ONE MAN for second or both sessior
2-man ant 3 blks. from camnus: Ca

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