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AY, SEPTEMBER 22,1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

PAGE FI

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA flU! WTVII!

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ANNUAL PROBLEM:
Residence Halls Overflow Again

Wagman Describes Role
Of Library in Education

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SINESDS

By ANDREW ORLIN
How would you like to have 64
roommates? During orientation
week this number had to live in
a converted South Squad study
hall.
There are approximately 25 stu-
dents still there, said Assistant Di-
rector of Housing John Hale, but
eight additional students will be
moved'out today.
The students are living in cur-
tained-off areas containing bunk-
beds, tables and a few dressers.
In order to take showers, they
must walk down a flight of stairs
since there are no showers on the
ninth floor.
During orientation week, very

few of these students seriously ob-
jected to their temporary quar-
ters. They did not even object to.
the bridge games which were
sometimes held at three o'clock in
the morning. As one student put
it, "there's no sense of time up
here, and guys are up all night
and asleep all day."
Since these are temporary quar-
ters, the students are still living
out of their suitcases. Valuables
and trunks have been placed in
the storage room.
As in any group housed in such
open quarters, some of the stu-
dents' possessions have disappear-
ed. One student quipped, "it's hard

to take a shower while carrying
your wallet."
Most of the students who were
there during orientation week did
not mind it too much, but wished
to be moved before classes start-
ed. Most of them have been as-
signed permanent rooms.
The gay time of orientation week
has been replaced by the academic
side of campus life. Lights are
turned out at 11 p.m., and provi-
sions have been made for studying
in the South Quad library. In ad-
dition, the dining room will be
opened for study in the near fu-
ture.
Many of the students there feel
that "they have forgotten about
us," and do not know which din-
ing room to eat in or which social
functions that they can attend.
According to Allen Smith, direc-
tor of South Quad, two meetings
were held to answer all these ques-
tions. Many of the students who
were quartered on the ninth floor
failed to attend theameeting, and
still do not know what is going on.
See Vaccine
For Syphilis

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The important role of libraries
at every step of the educational
process is not clear to many edu-
cators and school boards, Frederick
Wagman, director of the Universi-
ty library, said Wednesday.
Wagman gave the keynote
speech at the opening session of
the Michigan Governor's Confer-
ence on Libraries.
"The dollars and cents value of'
library resources and services may
be understood by the executives of
major corporations who invest in
them heavily and are delighted
with the returns on their invest-
ment."
"But for every General Motors
or Parke Davis which maintain ex-
cellent libraries of their own and
also use the resources of the De-
troit Public Library, of Wayne
State University, and of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, there are
hundreds of small industries and
businesses which do not even make
the best use of their local public
libraries," Wagman added.
He also said that libraries are
"being asked to carry a burden
which is beyond their resources
and capabilities" while retaining
their status as independent enti-
ties, and emphasized that libraries
and schools can make their proper
contribution only by being orga-
nized into a planned cooperative
system.
Discussing the many drawbacks
in the current organization, Wag-
man concluded that, "we can por-
rect this situation only by our
own efforts. The aid the federal
government provides can serve
only as a stimulus. It remains to
us to enlist popular support for
improvement of our library pro-
gram."

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Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
Phone NO 2-4786

FREDERICK WAGMAN
... libraries and corporations
Patt Discusses
Technic Plans
Th Michigan Technic this year
is pinning an expanded publica-
tion in coverage, staff and sales,
editor David Patt, '64E, said.
"This year we hope to have fac-
ulty articles as well as student
contributions," he added.
Another addition will be some
non-engineering articles in the
physical sciences.
This year the paper will be
printed in Ann Arbor instead of in
Lansing allowing for greater flex-
ibility and better supervision.
There will be an open meeting
at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 25 for
anyone interested in writing, ad-
vertising, personnel, art work or
layout in 3077 East Engineering.

LOST AND FOUND

PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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arriving daily!
NEW BOOKS IF YOU PREFER
For that hard-to-find textbook
try
FOLLETT'S
MICHIGAN BOOKSTORE
322 South State Street Bob Graham, Mgr.

It may be possible to modify
the course of syphilis by immuni-
zation," Prof. Albert H. Wheeler of
the bacteriology department said
recently.
Individual sensitivity to syphilis
plays an important part in the
clinical manifestations of the dis-
ease," he added.
The findings give "experimental
support" to observations of re-
searchers here and elsewhere re-
ported during a 1956 study

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have as their aim the enforcement of
predetermined standards.
SGC believes, however, that the Uni-
versity cannot allow its facilities to be
used as public platforms for those who
would advocate the destruction or mod-
ification of our constitutional form of
government by violence or other unlaw-
ful means. The University cannot be-
come so free as to allow those who
would destroy freedom the opportunity
to do so.
In light of these beliefs, SGC urges
the Board of Regents to alter the exist-
ing policy on speakers and expression
of opinion at the University to prevent
pre-censorship and to allow a freer ex-
change of ideas; to place upon students
the responsibility to discern and pre-
vent from speaking those who would
seek to unlawfully alter our system of
Government; to take such steps as may
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be necessary to insure equal opportuni-
ty o fexpression to those who hold dif-
fering views and opinions.
Adopted: That the Student Activities
Building Administrative Board shall
function as a related board of Student
Government Council and shall be di-
rectly responsible to SOC.
The SABAB is responsible for the
administrative and managerial tasks
concerning those facilities of the SAB
reserved for the use of Student Orga-
nizations. The SABAB is also charged
with the formulation of rules and poli-
cies, governing the allocation, use, and
maintenance of those facilities, subject
to the review of SGC.
The SABAB shall be composed of nine
members chosen in the following man-
ner:
1) One representative of the Office
of Student Affairs to be appointed by
the Vice-President for Student Affairs.
2) Three members to be appointed by
the Interviewing and Nominating Com-
mittee on the basis of petitions and in-
terviews subject to review by SGC. Prior
to consideration by the Interviewing
and Nominating Committee the peti-
tioners must first be nominated by a
recognized student organization other
than Assembly Association, Panhellenic
Association, IQC, or IFC, that currently
holds office space in the SAB.
3) One representative each from As-
sembly Association, Panhellenic Asso-
ciation, IQC, and IFC to be chosen by
those respective organizations subject
to the review of SGC.
4) A member of SGC to be appointed
by the SGC Executive Committee sub-
ject to the approval of SGC.
Appointments shall be made in the
spring of each year for terms of one
year.
The SABAB shall elect a chairman
from among its own members who shall
be the presiding officer of the SABAB.
The SABAB may also elect such other
officers from among its own members
as it may deem necessary. These elec-
tions shall take place within three
weeks after the appointments by the
Interviewing and Nominating Commit-
tee are reviewed and adopted by SGC.
No member of the SABAB shall be
allowed to vote on any issue directly
concerning any student organization of
which he is a member.
The SABAB shall submit both a writ-
ten and oral report of their activities
to SGC at least once every semester.
This report shall include a record of
all policies and rules formulated since
the previous report and a financial
statement.
The necessary funds for the operation
of the SABAB shall be appropriated
from the general funds of SGC.

Adopted: That Student Government
Council hereby mandates the Student
Activities Building Administrative Board
to investigate the use of the student
organization office space in the Student
Activities Bldg. by the Graduate His-
tory Club and the Interdisciplinary
Scholars Council and to take any ac-
tion that it may deem appropriate.
Upon completion of this investigation
the SABAB shall report its findings and
actions, if any, to SGC for review.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
Detroit League for the Handicapped,
Detroit, Mich.-Need Counselor-Instruc-
tor (homebound prog.). Will interview
physically homebound, evaluate per-
formance & recommend type of com-
petitive employment they are capable
of. Will set up & administer trng. prog.
BA or better in Psych., Personnel, Spe-
cial Educ., or Vocational Rehab. Pre-
vious work exper. helpful. Male only.
Armour Research Foundation of Ill.
Institute of Tech., Chicago, 11.-Senior
Research Engnr. MS or pref. PhD with
major in Applied Math, Mech. Engrg. or
Applied Physics. Minimum 7 yrs. exper.
with MS & 3 yrs. exper. with PhD. Will
be principal investigator on programs
concerning unsteady fluid flow & sol-
ids under impact loads.
Library of Congress-Various openings
including: 1) Ass't Head of Editing &
Publishing Sect. 2) Editor of Copyright
Office. 3) Ass't. Head, Orientalia Ex-
change Sect. & African Specialist. 4)
Bibliographic & Reference Librarian
(S.E. Asia). 5) Position Classifier in
Personnel Office. 6) Ass't. Chief of Sci.
& Tech. Div.
* * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only.
Organizations planning 'to be active for
the fall session should register by
Oct. 8, 1962. Forms available, 1011 Stu-
dent Activities Bldg.
* * e
Graduate Outing Club, Hike-Silver
Lake, Sept. 23, 2 p.m., Rackham Bldg.,
Huron St. Entrance.

FOUND-Sum of money in Union on
Monday, Sept. 10. Call at office of
GeneralManager of Union. A2
FOUND-Sheet music, original manu-
script, "Ode to Stephen Oedalus" by
Victoria Kilkevitch. Call Sally Gravett,
Ext. 331, Lloyd. A6
FOUND-One small, multi-colored fe-
male kitten. She is white and gray,
about 6 weeks old. Call, if it's yours,
at 662-3241 and claim it. A3
GOLD BRACELET with 17 small coins
of Indian chiefs. Lost Sat., Sept. 15,
near Union. $3 reward. Call Carlos
Capriles, 3210 Reeves S. Quad. Al
FOR SALE
FOLK GUITAR and portable Royal
typewriter. NO 5-4018. B12
COMFORTABLE EASY CHAIR, gold
slipcover. $28. NO 2-6196 B
21" CONSOLE Model TV, good condi-
tion. Sacrifice at $38. NO 3-4322 B13
GUITAR, looking for good home. Has
personality; will travel. $15. Call Ron-
ni, NO 2-2011. B
FOR SALE: Women's quality used
clothing (plaid English woolen skirts)
size 10-12. Call 663-2823 mealtimes. B6
DISPOSING of my large library at
private sale. Rare opportunity for
students to build up a library of
good books at low prices. Special low
prices on sets of books. Showings at
617 Packard St. (near State) from 12
p.m. to 4 p.m. every day except
Sunday. B2
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED-Rider to downtown Detroit
Tues. and Thurs. All day. Fri, after-
noon. NO 2-9858. 05
Drive Yourself .. .
AND SAVE
pickups, panels, stakes,
MOVING VANS
Whit's Rent-A-Truck
RU 2-4434
59 Ecorse Road
Ypsilanti, Michigan
USED CARS
'56 2-DOOR FORD V-8. Motor recently
overhauled. $250. Call RU 3-5973.
1962 LAMBRETTA, $125. cc., 2 months
old. NO 5-6181, Ben Berg. N8
MG-TD, '52. Engine recently overhauled.
Best offer this week takes it. NO
5-6337. N7
DON'T LOVE A COLD, WET DATE this
winter. Dependable '52 Pontiac. Call
NO 5-5490. N5
1952 JAGUAR XK-120-M, good condi-
' tion, Pirelli tires. Call 665-0735 after
5:30 P.M. N12
DON'T RUN AROUND like a dog with
the rabies. Here is a car for Mr.-In-
Between. '58 Triumph sports car, 4
new tires. Engine runs like a dream.
Fully equipped, only $1095. Call eve-
nings except Saturday. NO 3-5446. N6
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
82
C-TED
STANDARD
SERVICE t
FRIENDLY SERVICE
IS OUR BUSINESS
It's time for FALL CHANGE OVER.
Let us put ANTI-FREEZE in now be-
fore winter sets in.
"You expect more from
Standard and you get it."
SOUTH UNIVERSITY & FOREST
NO 8-9168
S2

COULD THERE BE another musical by
O'Brien and James that's even better
than "Land Ho?" F15
IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN -
O'Brien and James' new musical fan-
tasy "Bartholomew Fair." P15
SNEAK PREVIEW-See scenes and hear
songs from BARTHOLOMEW FAIR at
the Musket mass meeting. F9
GEORGE-Looking for something more
this Sunday. Find it at University
Reformed Church at 10:30 a.m. or 7
p.m. at the "Y." P14
LINDA: Come home. All is forgiven.
You may attend the 10:30 a.m. or
7 p.m. Sunday services of the Uni-
versity Reformed Church in the
YMCA. F1
MEN: Can you dress neatly? Can you
talk fluently? Do you like meeting
people? If so, you can qualify. Apply
in person 303 S. State or call NO
2-9311. Part time work arranged to
fit your schedule. F6
PIZZA KING
1308 South University
Free, fast delivery, 3 sizes-
12-, 14-, & 16-inch. NO 5-9655
F11
BUY YOUR
MICHIGANENSIAN
NOW!
THE LIMELITERS AT HILL AUDITOR-
IUM! Folk music Oct. 14, 8 p.m.
Tickets: $1.50, 2.50, 3.50. Send checks
or mail orders to Limeliters Concert
Student Activities Bldg., Ann Arbor.
First come, first serve. (They're good!')
Flo
To all freshmen and rushees who mayj
have been invited to a fraternity
function between now and Sept. 30:'
An oversight and misinterpretation
of the By-laws on the part of the
Interfraternity Council Rush Enforce-
ment Committee permitted you to
receive this invitation. This oversight
has been corrected and therefor you
will not be permitted to attend any
fraternity function before Sept. 30.
The fraternity which gave you an in-
vitation and then asked that you not
attend is not at fault, therefore do
no look with disfavor upon them.
IFC. F
ROOM AND BOARD
WOMAN TO SHARE country home. Kit-
chen. Transportation necessary. $50/
month. NO 2-8016, . E3

Absolutely

the finest and largest brand new
apartments on campus. Com-
pletely furnished and ready .to
occupy. 917.Packard. NO 5-0992,
NO 3-8260. NO 3-0698, NO 2-1741
or NO 2-3820

FOR RENT
ROOM for female student. NO 5-0393
after 5. C24
SHARE HOUSE-4th needed. $35/mo.,
luxurious. 665-0871 eve. C1i
GARAGE AVAILABLE immediately! 1311
Wilmot, NO 2-7787. C 14
2 BEDROOM modern trailer on lake
lot-$30 and bills. Call 449-2481 03
QUIET, pleasant room, good location,
cooking facilities. NO 3-5880. C25
FURNISHED APT. very close to campus,
3 rooms and private bath. NO 2-7274,
603 E. Ann. C28
COUNTRY HOUSE available Oct. 1, fur-
nished, $60 plus utilities. NO 2-8016.
X 021
MALE GRADUATE STUDENT with car.
Pleasant quiet room with breakfast
privileges. Southern edge of town. $10.
NO 3-0438. 015
ROOMMATE WANTED: 2 Bedrm, Kit-
chen, Livingrm., etc. $57.50 plus util.
315 steps from Angell. Call Dave,
8-7130. 026
Apartments for Rent
CARL D. MALCOLM, Jr., REALTOR
Phone NO 3-0511. evenings:
NO 5-9271 and NO 5-6634
Co
ACT NOW
Only a very limited number of
studio and one bedroom apartments
left. Bus transportation to campus
and Ann Arbor business district.
HURON TOWERS
NO 3-0800 NO 5-9162
018
FED UP WITH DISCRIMINATION? Ann
Arbor Area Fair Housing Association
assists those meeting discrimination
and interested in renting multiple
apartment units. Contact 663-9629 or
665-3445. C22
SHACK-7 mi. North. Cathedral ceiling,
100 acres of woods with dog run,
kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living
room with fireplace, 2-car garage. $50
a month. Call NO 3-3270 or 8-7716
after 7. C20
NEW STUDENT APARTMENTS
1015 Vaughn, New modern furniture
and appliances. Phone 3-0511, evenings:
NO 5-9271 and NO 5-6634.
STUDENTS
APARTMENTS, LIMITED
Apartments Available On
.. South Forest
. Packard
.. Vaughn
.E. Liberty
NO 3-0511, evenings: NO 5-9271 and
NO 5-6634. 05

,#13.

STU DENTS

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Do you want to live in a new,
luxury two bedroom, furnished
apartment - But do not have
enough roommates to carry the
load-don't hesitate-call Apart-
ments Ltd, NO 3-0511. Evenings
NO 5-9271, NO 5-6634. We will ar-
range meetings for interested
parties. Hurry-only four available.
C27

ROOM AND BOARD in exchange
babysitting and light housework.
3-0079.

for
NO
E2

DOWNSTAIRS

VILUX CARRE
NEW ORLEANS ATMOSPHERE
CANDLE-LIT TABLES
LUNCH-DINNER-SNACKS
Modest Student Prices
Friday and Saturday 'til 11:30 P.M.
215 S. State

BARGAIN CORNER
ATTENTION ROTC
Officers' Shoes
Army-Navy Oxfords-$7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Brasso 69c
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
MUSICALMDSE,
SHURE STEREO CARTRIDGES $10.
E.S.L. dust bugs $3, Shure manuel
tone arm $20. Brand new, NO 3-7851,
NO 3-4035. - X4
STEREO EQUIPMENT for sale. 60 watt
stereo amp, stereo pre-amp, Garrard
turn table, 30 watt speaker with
cabinet. Call after 6 p.m. NO 3-9113.
X3
HELP WANTED
WAITER needed 3 meals a day. Call
NO 3-4238. H10
WANTED-Student to work one hour,
4:30-5:30, for one meal. Apply Betsy
Ross Shop, 13-15 Nichols Arcade. H8
WANTED-Delivery men, daily and/or
Sunday. Car necessary. Good pay. NO
5-0550. H9
CO-ED needed daily 3:30-5:30 for 3
small children (grades 2, 4, 8), 1 small
house in Packard, Brockman area.
Call 3-1511, Ext. 2458 or NO 2-9784. H13
TEACHERS -Interested in elementary
or secondary substitute work. Within
driving distance of Ann Arbor. Call
Mr. Pregitzer, WHitney 1-1600, Rom-
ulus, Michigan. H3
STUDENT WIVES
Exciting job with Sarah Coventry
awaits you. Immediate income in
year around work with high earn-
ings. If you have transportation
and three evenings available and are
neat appearing you may phone NO
2-1908 for Interview between 2-4
p.m. Hil
MISCELLANEOUS
MEET YOUR LATE DATE at Schwaben
Inn, 215 Ashley. We're open until 2
a.m. serving the finest in sandwiches,
beer, wine and liquor. Have you tried
our Schwabenburgers? M2
WASHTENAW CAFE

Only a very limited number of
studio and one-bedroom apart-
ments left. Bus transportation to
campus and Ann Arbor business
district.
HURON TOWERS
NO 3-0800, NO 5-9162

BUSINESS SERVICES
ENTERTAINERS WANTED: Contact the
Bud-Mor Agency, 1103 S. University.
Phone NO 2-6362. H2
MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION, mimeo-
graphng-transcription. 334 Catherine
Ph. 665-8184. J1i
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns
in your clothes. We'll reweave them
like new. WEAVE-BAG SHOP, 224 Ar-
cade. 12
WASHTENAW CAFE
German and American Cuisine
We specialize in German Foods.
Try Our Cold Beer and Liquor
Student Specials Daily
211 N. Main

ACT NOW

begin with these four ... striped
or printed cotton shirts in sizes
8-16, 3.98; color blended with
basic wool sheath skirt, 5.98; or
nleated wool skirt. 7.98 Skirts

The Bud-Mor Agency
finest music:

featuring

Maximillian
Doug Brown
Johnny Harverd
Andy Anderson
Clarence Byrd
Dick Tilkin
Bell-Tones (Ron Bell)
Art Bartner
Men of Note
Bill Curtin
The Classics
Now accepting bookings for fall.:
1103 S. University, phone NO 2-6362.
J14
BIKES and SCOOTERS
1959 VESPA motorscooter, very good
condition. NO 3-8504 after 5. Z4

nay and brown.

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