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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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INTERNATIONAL GROUP:
U' Glaciology Research Team Leaves

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WESLEY FOUNDATION
presents a
PANEL DISCUSSION
on
Political Issues of Michigan
Participants-
MRS. JOHN HOLMES, League of Women Voters
PAUL HEIL-Exec. Board of State Young Dem.
STEVE STOCKMEYER-Pres. of State Young Rep.
Oct. 7th . 8 P.M.
Wesley Foundation
corner of State and Huron

By ARNOLD PROSTAK
The University's new glaciology
research team left for Antarctica
Wednesday with an international
cast.
Walther Hofmann, an expert
on mapping from Munich, Ger-
many, is leading the six-man
party which includes Egor Dorrer
and Klemens Nottarp of Germany,
John Heap and Arthur Rundle
from England, and one American
-William Campbell-all with ex-
tensive backgrounds in polar and
glaciological exploration.
Sponsored by the University In-
stitute of Science and Technology,
under direction of its Glacial and
Polar Research Laboratory, the
four-month expedition to the cold-
est continent is supported by a
grant from the National Science
Foundation. Transportation is be-
ing provided by the United States
Navy.
Polar Series
One of a series of University
polar expeditions begun in 1957,
the 1962-63 project will continue
long-range studies of the Ross
Ice Shelf, world's largest unbroken
mas of floating ice.
The studies have been concerned
chiefly with measurements of gla-
cier movement and with the ac-
cumulation and loss of ice within
the giant mass-which is impor-
tant in the estimation of past and
future climatic conditions.
Glacier movement will be de-
tected by measuring the current
locations of markers placed in
the ice shelf several years ago
for this purpose by earlier Uni-
versity parties.
New techniques of electronic
measurements are expected to
make the job easier, according to
Charles W. M. Swithinbank, head
of the University Glacial and Polar
Research Laboratory who went on

several of the earlier expeditions to a second unit
himself. This second unit
Tellurometer the signal back to

at the marker.
will retransmit
the base point.

Distances from a base point on
the Antarctic land mass to the
markers on the slowly moving ice
shelf will be measured with a re-
cently developed instrument called
a tellurometer.
Operated in pairs, the transn-
ter-receiver at the base point will
beam a microwave radio signal

The distance can be calculated
from the time required for the
signal to travel back and forth
with the speed of light.
The party will traverse the icy
wastes with the help of motor-
driven toboggans. At times they
will be 500 miles from their 'ase
camp.

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By MALINDA BERRY
Some emotions can be recog-
nized from voice alone in any
language-however romantic love
is not one of them, Marijana Be-
nesh, Grad, reported recently.
The study also shows that
people who are skillful in identi-
fying emotion in one language are
also good at detecting emotion in
another language.
Researchers have shown that
voices, perhaps even more than
words, reveal emotion, but little or
no study has been made to see if
there are similarities in the way
emotion is conveyed by voice in
different languages.
Different Languages
Curious as to whether the clue
to emotions can be found not only
in what is said but in "how" it is
said in different languages, Miss
Benesh chose for her study Eng-
lish and Japanese.
Basically her experiment cen-
tered around a tape-recorded,
three-sentence paragraph, in both'
languages, spoken in four differ-
ent emotional situations: anger,
grief, indifference and love.

A total of 75 examples of the
paragraph was presented to 25
Americans and nine Japanese who
had to judge the emotion repre-
sented by each example to be
either grief, anger, love or indif-
ference.
Similar Manner
Results showed that on the
whole the subjects indentified
emotions, in both languages, bet-
ter than they would have on the
basis of chance alone.
There was one exception, Miss
Benesh reports. Unlike Americans,
"Japanese could not correctly
identify love in either the Ameri-
can or Japanese tapes."
McConnell To Talk
About Flatworms
Prof. James V. McConnell of the
psychology department will ad-
dress 4, colloquium pn "Memory
Transfer Via Cannibalism in Flat-
worms" at 4:15 p.m. today in the
National Science Aud.

Corduvroy Classics!I

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MICROSCOPE, B. & L.; hematology kit,
665-3524 after 5. B23
AM-FM RADIO. Execllent quality. Ri-
diculously cheap. Must sell. 662-3729.
B24
AM & FM RADIOS, wood cabinet, Jap-
anese Manuf., brand new. $25. 662-
3729. B22
RALEIGH MAN'S BICYCLE, large size,
in good condition and ready to use.
Call NO 5-6680 after 5 p.m. B21
FOR SALE: Women's quality used
clothing (plaid English woolen skirts)
size 10-12. Call 663-2823 mealtimes. B6
$14,700-3 bedrooms, 2-car garage, full
basement, landscaped corner lot. East
Ann Arbor. NO 5-8087. B16
CHRISTIAN ENTERPRISES
STORE
3650 CARPENTER ROAD
PHONE-NO 8-9629
Open: Mon., Fri., Sat.-8 a.m.-9 p.m.
Tue., Wed., Thur.-8 a.m.i6 p.m.
Furnishings for home or apartment.
Re-upholstered and refinished furni-
ture.
Hide-A-Beds $64.50 up
Sofa Beds $37.50 up
Platform Rockers $22.50 up
Occasional Chairs 3.50 up
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Refrigerators , $29.50 up
Electric ranges $27.50 up
Gas ranges 15.00 up
Washing machines 17.50 up
Television sets 27.50 up
Radios 4.50 up
Desks 4.50 up
Dining Room sets 24.50 up
Bedroom suites 42.50 up
Miscellaneous articles of all kinds.
Clothing for the entire family.
One set of Corpus Juris Law books.
C34
BIKES and SCOOTERS
MOTORCYCLES! 1958 B.S.A. 650cc
Golden-Flash. 1957 Zundapp 200cc
Challenger. Call 5-3355. Z16
1960 HOREX Motorcycle 97cc. Mint con-
dition. Ideal campus transportation.
$250 or best offer. 665-7411. 801 Cath-
erine. Z
A Bike is a Necessity
Michigan's campus becomes
Accessible with a
BEAVER BIKE I
Save your feet and enjoy
fall rides through the Arb.
We Have EVERYTHING in
bike accessories.
Beaver Bike Shop

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Pamper yourself with a new dress for
classes, games and dates. It's
a dress you can really afford.
Full skirted dress (ours is without
collar) 14.98 in Tan, 'Loden
and Natural. Our slim skirted
dress (with collar) only 12.98
in Blue, Gold, Natural, Tan, and
Loden. Misses sizes.
Sportshop-Lower Level
COLLINS
State and Liberty
Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30

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Council a statement containing his rea-
sons for wanting to serve on the Com-
mittee. This should also include each
Council member's interpretation of the
function of the students on the Com-
mittee. The Executive Committee shall
then review the statements and recom-
mend to Student Government Council
seven nominees for the Committee.
The seven appointees would consti-
tute the membership of an SGC Study
Committee on the Advisory Committee.
This Study Committee should report
to the Council anytime it deems it
necessary and at least before May 8,
1963. The appointments to the Advis-
ory Committee are temporary and Stu-
dent Government Council will consider
its participation on this Advisory Com-
mittee as soon as its own Study Com-
mittee reports to the Council. Student
Government Council believes that the
Advisory Committee meetingsshould re-
main open to the membership of the
Council and that Council members
should be allowed to address the Ad-
visory Committee at the end of the
meetings.
Adopted: That any recognized stu-
dent organization making use of out-
door University facilities in the main
campus area shall be subject to the
following regulations:
1) Activities which involve the use
of musical instruments, amplification
equipment, sirens, and other noise mak-
ing devices or activities which involve
disruptive noise are expressly prohibit-
ed while classes are in session or librar-
ies are open.
2) Any activity which would involve
the defacing, discoloring, or damaging
in any othre manner of these facilities
is 'hereby expressly prohibited. If any
damage should occur to these facilities
as a result of any activity sponsored
by a student organization, that student
organization shall be directly responsi-
ble for the prompt restoration of these

refers the establishment of this serv-
ice to the Committee on Student Con-
cerns for further study and mandates
said compittee to report back to the
Council upon completion of the study.
The following course of action is to
be taken by the committee:
a. Survey on the feasibility of the
program on the part of the local mer-
chants.
b. Survey on the desirability of the
program on the part of the students.
c.h Studythe administrative needs for
the establishment of such a program
and make a proposal as to the most
adequate structure for its carrying out.
Correction: In the September 26, 1962
Summary of Action note the following
change in the motion concerning the
reorganization of the judiciary system:
In paragraph No. 3 substitute for
the words "the judicial system" the
phrase, "Investigate methods of imple-
menting present and future proposed
changes of the judiciary system."
Events
Student Government Council Approval
for the following student-sponsored ac-
tivities becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be withheld
until the approval has become effective.
The Women's Athletic Assoc., Nov. 27,
7:15 p.m., Spring Weekend Mass Meeting,
Iichigan League.
International Comm. of the Women's
League, International Fashion Show,
Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m., Vandenburg ROon,
League.
Democratic Socialist Club, Cuba -
Present Conditions, Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m.,
Multi-Purpose Room, UGLI.
International Students' Assoc., The
American Image Abroad: A Panel Dis-
cussion, Oct. 15, 4:15-5:45 p.m., Aud. A,
Angell Hall.
International Students' Assoc., Sun-
day Supper, Oct. 14, 6:30 p.m., Interna-

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Science Bldg., at 9:00 a.m. Chairman,
Merle Mason.
Alumni Association Board of Student
Governors Conference: Sat., Oct. 6. Cof-
fee and meeting 9 a.m., Union, Rm. 3B.
At 9:30 a.m. panel discussion. Jack Ter-
ril, Allen McCarthy, Michael Radock,
Rm. 3R, Union.
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are reminded
that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Student
Affairs not later than 12 o'clock noon
on the Tues. prior to the event.
OCT. 5-
Adams, Rec. Room party, W.Q.; Adams,
Open open, W.Q.; Hinsdale, Mixer, E.Q.;
Scott, Mixer, S.Q.; Sigma Alpha Mu,
TGIF, 800 Lincoln; Sigma Chi, TGIF,
548 S. State; Theta Chi, Casual party,
1351 Washtenaw.
OCT. 6-
Anderson, Open open, E.Q.; Alpha
Delta Phi, Ban ddance, 556 S. State;
Alpha Epsilon Pi, House party, 2101
Hill; Alpha Gamma Delta, Open open,
1322 Hill; Alpha Omicron Pi, Football
open open and Father's weekend, 800
Oxford; Alpha Sigma Phi, Kickoff par-
ty, 920 Baldwin; Alpha Tau Omega, Par-
ty, 1415 Cambridge; Alpha Xi Delta,
Open open, 914 Hill; Beta Theta Pi, Rec-
ord party, 604 S. State; Chi Omega,
Open open, 1525 Washtenaw; Chi Phi,
Dance, 1530 Washtenaw; Chicago W.Q.,
Hayride; Cooley, Open open (before and
after, E.Q.
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Band party, 1912
Geddes; Delta Sigma Delta, Record
dance, 1502 Hill; Delta Sigma Theta,
Campus dance, Union-Rm. 3R & S;
Delta Tau Delta, Party and dinner, 1928
Geddes; Delta Upsilon, Party, 1331 Hill;
Gomberg S.Q., Fresh Air Camp; Hayden,
Open open and party, E.Q.; Hinsdale,
Open open, E.Q.; Huber, Square dance,
S.Q.; Jordan Hall, Open open, 200 Ob-
servatory; Kappa Alpha Theta, Open
open, 1414 Washtenaw; Kappa Delta,
Open open, 1620 Cambridge; Kappa Sig-
ma, Casino party & ope nopen, 806
Hill; Kelsey, Dance West Lounge, S.Q.
Lloyd, Rec room party, W.Q.; Mary
Markley, Open house, 1425 Washington
Hgts.; Michigan, Open open, W.Q.; Phi
Alpha Kappa, Party, 1010 E. Ann; Phi
Delta Theta, Dance, 1437 Washtenaw;
Phi Kappa Psi, Dance, 1550 Washtenaw;
Phi Sigma Sigma, Football open house,
407 N. Ingalls; Psi Upsilon, Record
party, 1000 Hill; Scott, Open open &
dance, S.Q.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Haunted House, 1408 Washtenaw; Sigma
Chi, Dance Party, 548 S. State; Sigma
Delta Tau, Open open, 1405 Hill; Sigma
Nu, Casual party, 700 Oxford; Strauss,
Dancing party and open open, E.Q.
TayloraDance, S.Q.; Theta Chi, In-
formal party, 1351 Washtenaw; Theta
Delta Chi, Theme, party, 700 5. State;i
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FOR RENT
ROOM for female student. NO 5-0393
after 5. C24
BLOCK FROM LAW QUAD
Furnished apartment for one person
or for couple, clean and spacious. $75
per month. NO 3-7268. C32
Apartments for Rent
CARL D. MALCOLM, Jr., REALTOR
Phone NO 3-0511, evenings:
NO 5-9271 and NO 5-6634
C6
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-A limited
number of two-bedroom furnished
apartments available for November
assignment totmarried students or
faculty with two or more children.
Apply at University Apartments Office,
2364 Bishop St., North Campus, or
phone 662-3169 or 663-1511, Ext. 3569.
C31
STUDENTS
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 5-927I, NO 5-6634. We will ar-
range meetings for interested
parties. Hurry-only four available.
C2
STUDENTS
Several apartments available in cam-
pus and Burns Park area.
APARTMENTS, LIMITED
NO 3-05,11 Eveninugs
NO 5-9271 and 5-6634
C45
ON CAMPUS: Well furn. apt. for 3
men. Call 5-4767 bet. 1 and 5 p.m.
3-4660 mornings & evenings 6-9 p.m.
C35
CLEAN, newly furn. 1 bedrm. Apt. $90
a month. NO 8-7449. C36
ROOM AND BOARD
SINGLE in private home. 900 Arbordale.
665-8188. E5
USED CARS
1958 VESPA. Excellent condition. Re-
cently overhauled. Bargain at $125.
NO 5-6870. N9
1939 OLDS. Great shape, cheap. Call
NO 5-9856. N19
1961 AUSTIN HEALEY Sprite. Good
condition, best offer. Cll 663-3127.
N21
'58 TRIUMPH. Excellent condition, new
Pirelli tires, engine overhauled. $1,095.
NO 3-5446. N17
1951 MG-TD ROADSTER. Red, good
condition, new engine. Call NO 3-
7541, Ext. 605. N22
1956 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon. Very
good condition-automatic transmis-
sion. Low mileage tires. Always kept
up with care. $450. 663-9954. N21
'55 2-DR. CHEV. Good clean car, stand-
ard trans. $325. HU 2-9425,
PERSONAL
BLIMPY BURGERS on sale Friday. F1
DON'T FORGET - S.E.C. orientation
program today. F45
VOTE GEORGE ROMNEY-WE NEED
A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
F40
CINDY-I still advocate twisting-
perhaps with a few aspirin. You know
who. F5
A FRIEND-I don't care what happens
to Kip after what he did to NINA.
L.D. F6
TO A CERTAIN somebody who really
knows how to mix them. STOP. F7
USHERS for Choral Union Series. -
Would you like to share ushering
responsibilities with me? If so, please
cal 5-7711, Ext. 3228, for Joanne. F13
WILL SWAP senior woman's apartment
for sorority pin. Meet me at corner
of S. University and Washtenaw. P31
STILL INTERESTED in someone you
were interested in last spring? Call
the Student Locater (Ann Arbor
Operator) for information for num-
ber thereof until new Student Direc-
tory is published. P.R. F3
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORP. - "Where
marginal prices buy quality dia-
monds," 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
F43
WHAT WILL happen to Kip? See "The
Secret Storm" on Monday-This per-

tains to T.F. and L.D., mainly. A
friend. F41
M. GORDAN-Please contact me. Your
roommate-fall, '61. F48
PIZZA KING
1308 South University'
Free, fast delivery, 3 sizes-
12-, 14-, & 16-inch. NO 5-9655
F11
NOW IS the time for all freshman to
start studying for five-week exams-
and for all others to begin thinking
about studying in the first place. F49
WHICH sorority has Aphrodite for its
patron goddess? An interested par-
taker. F50

HELP WANTED
WAITER needed 3 meals a day. Call
NO 3-4238. Rio
THIS IS a new opening; Female to
prepare dinner for 5 teaching fellows.
Salary $10 a week plus meals. Hours
to be arranged. 665-7411. M18
PART TIME SHOE SALESMAN wanted.
Experience preferred. Apply in person.
Mast's Shoes, 619 E. Liberty. H17
PHOTOGRAPHERS NEEDED for The
Michigan Daily Staff. Use Daily
equipment, get paid for pictures. Wor
four hours a week. Meet interesting
people, photograph the stars. Comre
in between 3 and 5 and ask for
Caroline. The Daily needs you.
STUDENT WIVES
Exciting job with Sarah Coventry
awaits you. Immediate income in
year around work with high earn-
ings, If yoia have transportation
and three evenings available and are
neat appearing you may phone NO
2-1908 for interview between 2-4
p.m. 11
MUSICAL MDSE,
A-1 NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS
BANJOS. GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
AM/FM
Portable Radio
$79.95 list,
Ourprice $59.95
Big Savings on
Recording Tape
Hi Fi Center
304 Thayer
MISCELLANEOUS
CURLY LASAGNA, Rotino macaroni,
Syrian bread - Hot dogs,
We have them all at . .
RALPH'S MARKET
709 PACKARD
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Stretch that allowance by
taking advantage of our
WEEK-END SPECIALS
Add as extra dress or two toyour ward-
robe to see you through your classes,
dates and for those unexpected occasions
that keep popping up. Both casual and
dressy styles-

facilities. tional Center.
3) Any student organization which Young Republicans, Meeting, Oct. 10,
displays sign, posters, or other materials 8:00 p.m., Union.
in this area for the purpose of adver- Junior Panhellenic - JIFC, Bucket
tising an event shall be responsible for Drive, Nov. 1, 2, 3, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.,
the removal of all such materials with- Campus.
in 48 hours after the event has taken , Student Book Exchange, 4 hour book
place, sale, Oct. 11, 1:00-5:00 p.m., Fishbowl.
It is not the intent of this motion
to prohibit or unnecessarily restrict Nursing 100: Topic: Tuberculosis Test-
the orderly initiation of new members ing. Speaker: Winthrop N. Davey, M.D.,
by honorary societies. Room M5330, Medical Science Bldg.,
Postponed: Consideration of a mo- Mon., Oct. 8, 3:00 p.m.
tion concerning the Committee onl
Membership. Doctoral Examination for LaVerne
Adopted: That Student Government Gene Schirch, Biological Chemistry;
Council establish a Student Discount thesis: "A Study of Serine Transhy-
Service. Student Government Council droxymethylase," Fri., Oct. 5, 5423 Med.
Now's
the
time ..
to select beautiful cards that say
p MERRY CHRISTMAS
in just the way you want to say it

BARGAIN CORNER
FURNITURE SALE-Sat. 8:30-12. 1001
and 1003 W. Huron. Bargain Prices!
W2
TR-3, clean, black, 1957, 3 tops. Call
after 5:30. NO 3-0150. W23
ATTENTION ROTO
Officers' Shoes
Army-Navy Oxfords-$7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Brasso 69c
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
TRANSPORTATION
Drive Yourself . .
AND SAVE
pickups, panels, stakes,
MOVING VANS
Whit's Rent-A-Truck
HU 2-4434
59 Ecorse Road
( Ypsilanti, Michigan

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On March 5, 1962, the City Council
of the City of Ann Arbor unanim-
ously adopted the following resolu-
tion:
.Discrimination in housing in
Ann Arbor on the basis of race,
creed, color, or national origin
is a violation of the public
policy of ,the City."
On September 10, 1962, the City
Council directed that the statement
of this City policy be publicized
within the City.
Any person who is aggrieved by
actions contrary to the City's policy
is hereby advised to contact the
Human Relations Commission of the
City of Ann Arbor. The telephone
number of the Staff Assistant of
that Commission is NO 2-6583,
extension 53.
BY ORDER O'F
COUNCIL
THE CITY
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Gold necklace with the name
Merreylen on it. Please call 665-7711,
Ext. 6207. A16
LOST-Men's glasses in a redish brown
Co-op optical case at football game
Sat. 'Reward. 312 Anderson House, E.
Quad. A19
LOST - Aqua-Lung Regulator. Serial
number 0001-87. Reward. Bruce Hauke,
10 Adams W. Quad., NO 2-4401. A8
LOST: A D Pi Sorority. pin, initials
B E K. Reward. NO 5-3727-ask for
Barb. A20
LOST: Ladies white Sheaffer cartridge
pen with rhinestone ring on cap. Call
Lloyd, Ext. 307. Reward. A21
BUSINESS SERVICES
PART TIME, one or two hours per day,
work at home. NO 3-9777 between 6
and 8 p.m. _ J7
MANUSCRIPTS, TERM PAPERS typed,
Multilith Offset for reproduction.
Photo copy, mailings. Getzingers Bus-
iness Service, 320 S. Huron. HU 2-0191.
J78
THE HAIRIEST SHOP IN TOWN
M-DEN BARBERS
across from the Hill Auditorium
Basement of Michigan Pharmacy
J6
rhe Bud-Mor Agency featuring the
finest music:
Maximillian
Doug Brown
Johnny Harverd
Andy Anderson
Clarence Byrd
ick Tilkin
Bell-Tones (Ron Belfl
Art Bartner
Men of Note
Bill Curtin
The Classics

* Dark Cottons, Arnel Jersey, Wool, Crepes
8.98 and 14.98
Sizes 7-15, 10-18 . . . 121/2 to 241/2
Brief 10 to 20-Tail 10 to 18
*GROUP OF ALL-WEATHER COATS

Now accepting bookings for fall.
1103 S. University, phone NO 2.63862.

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