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DAILY OFFICIAL
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at times serves to represent the United
States to other countries. Of great im-
portance is the fact that it would elim-
inate the waste of eagerness and skills
of many Americans who tant to serve
but have "no clear path to meaningful
volunteer commitment.'
Declaration: Student Government
Council recognizes the need for greater
national volunteer service in many areas
of our country. The members of Stu-
dent Government Council support the
idea of a National Youth Service Corps
and, as students at the University of
Michigan, commit themselves to coop-
erate however possible in the establish-
ment of this program.
Mandate: The President of Student
Government Council send copies of this
motion to the U.S. Attorney-General,
other cabinet members of this prelim-
inary committee, and to the USNSA.
Approved: Amendments to the IQC
Constitution as presented.
Adopted: The following motions from
the Committee on the United States
National Student Association:
Move: Student Government Council
hereby empowers the USNSA Commit-
tee to forward to Student Government
Information Service and to the USNSA
Circular such motions passed by SGC,
SGC Committee reports and reports of
related boards as the USNSA Committee
may deem pertinent.'
Move: SGC hereby empowers the US-
NSA Committee to utilize the facilities

of SGIS for the benefit of SGC, SGC
Committees and other campus orga-
nizations without specific mandate
from sGc.
Move: SOC hereby empowers the
USNSA Committee to include in their
meetings, work, etc., such students at
the University of Michigan as may ex-
press interest in doing so. The follow-,
ing limitations shall be placed on the
relationship between the USNSA Com-
mittee and students who are not mem-
bers of the Committee that may be
working for the Committee: 1) The stu-
dents who are not members of the Com-
mittee shall not be allowed to vote at
the Committee meetings, shall be al-
lowed speaking privileges, and shall not
be counted in the quorum. 2) They
may participate in projects and pro-
grams of the USNSA Committee provid-
ing the direct responsibility for the
given program or project is lodged in
either the USNSA Committee, a mem-
ber of the Committee, or a person spe-
cifically delegated by SOC.
Move: SOC hereby mandates the
USNS ACommittee to assume responsi-
bility for the hosting of delegations
of Foreign Students that may visit the
University of Michigan campus under
the auspices of USNSA or of any dele-
gations of visiting foreign students who
in any way may be connected or may
desire information regarding questions
of student interest. Further, the USNSA
Committee is hereby instructed to no-
tify the International Commission of
USNSA that the University of Michigan
is willing to participate in the hosting
of such foreignrstudent delegations.
Postponed Automatically: Expression
of student opinion on Ex-Officio Coun-
cil members.
Principle: Though fully cognizant of
the original rational behind the Stu-
dent Government 'Council Plan, SOC
believes that its seven ex-officio mem-

i

ber should not have voting privileges
for the following reasons:
1) They are not democratically elect-
ed.
A) Their responsibility to a constit-
uency is not clearly defined.
B) Though not originally intended
that way, the ex-officio structure of-
fers automatic double and triple repre-
sentation to some students while ex-
cluding others.
2) Although an ex-officlo has knowl-
edge of his own organization and abil-
ity to succeed in it, the assumption
that he will consequently have a wide
knowledge of student affairs has not
always been found valid in practice.
3) In most cases the task of being a
good student, a good representative of
his organization, and a good member
of Student Government Council has
proven too much for the ex-officio. The
fact that seven-eighteenhts of SGC have
only a minimal amount of time to de-
vote to Council activities has had a
debilitating effect on the Council.
4) The present ex-officio structure
tends to limit the concern of SGC to
narrow consideration of undergraduate
extra-curricular activities.
Approved: The following appointments
to SGC standings committees:
Committee on Student Activities:
Chuck Barnel.
Committee on Student Concerns: Russ
Epker, Gary Gilbar.
Committee on NSA: Fred Batlle
Committee on the University: Dick
G'sell, Mike Kass.
Approved: Student Government Coun-
cil hereby appoints as delegates to the
NSA Regional Assembly of January 4,
5, 6: Steven Stockmeyer, Tom Brown,
Howard Abrams, Richard G'sell, Fred
Batlle, Gary Gilbar, Mike Kass, Ken
Miller.
As alternates: Russ Epker, Chuck Bar-
nell, Mike Olinick, Marg Skiles, Mary
Beth Norton, Ann McMillan, John Mey-
erholz, Bob Finke.
Council hereby appoints the follow-
ing to alternate status in the order
they are listed as delegates and/or al-
ternates may absent themselves: 1) Bob
Geary, 2) Ralph Kaplan, 3) Edith Lang-
nor, 4) Sherry Miller, 5) Claire Wal-
ter, 6) Louise Geller, 7) Bill Gleason, 8)
Pete Elsinger.
Delegates shall individually choose
the alternates to whom they shall en-
trust their vote in the event of ab-
sence.
SGC shall pay for the registration fees
for all delegates and alternates.
Postponed Automatically: Adoption of
an expression of student opinion con-
cerning the activities of Ann Arbor
Friends of SNCC (Student Non-Violent
Coordinating Committee).
Adopted: The following expression of
opinion:
On December 3, 1962, the city council
of Ann Arbor passed on first reading
an amendment to the Disorderly Con-
duct Chapter, Section 9.62 of the Ann
Arbor City Code. The code presently
reads:
"No person shall . . . engage in any
disturbance, fight or quarrel in a pub-
lic place."
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The amendment, which awaits a sec-
ond reading before it can be finally
accepted, would change the code to
read:
"No person shall ... engage in, or at-
tempt to create any disturbance, fight
or quarrel in a public place or go to
remain at such place for the purpose
of provoking a fight or quarrel."
The proposed amendment also adds
that the change "shall not be construed
as preventing or invoked to prevent
peaceful public demonstrations in con-
nection with political views or public
issues."
On December 10, city council delayed
final acceptance of the amendment on
second reading in order to wait for a
report from the Washtenaw County
chapter of the American Civil Liberties
Union on the legality of the proposed
change.
Student Government Council sym-
pathizes with the city council in its
attempt to prevent violence in Ann Ar-
bor, especially as regards students. It
notes with regret the recent fights that
have occurred between University and
high school students.
However, SGC believes thatdthe pro-
posed change in the city code is un-
wise and possibly unconstitutionay.
The change would be unwise because
it gives to the police officer a great
deal of power in deciding whether or
not to arrest a citizen and because it
requires him to make quick decisions
in borderline cases. This would be an
unjust burden for the police officer,
who may be sued if he makes a false
arrest.
But more important to Student Gov-
ernment Council as a body of students
is the possibility that the proposed
amendment is unconstitutional. We be-
lieve that a citizen's right to assemble
may be threatened if city council adopts
the new statute.
Student Government Council recog-
nizes the necessity of disorderly con-
duct laws but believes the present ordi-
nance is adequate to deal with situa-
tions endangering the peace. The pro-
posed statute goes too far in the area
of police power and begins to infringe
upon the freedom of assembly. Council
further believes that more positive ap-
proaches to this problem area exist.
A copy of this motion shall be sent
to each of the ten city council mem-
bers, Mayor Cecil O. Creal, City Clerk
Fred J. Looker and the Ann Arbor
Chapter of the American Civil Liberties
Union.
Events Monday
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.-Univ. of Mich.
and Bendix Systems Division of the
Bendix Corporation International Arms
Control Symposium -- Registration:
Rackham Lobby.
Automatic Programming Seminar:
"Programming of Highly Parallel Com-
puters," Part IV, Jon Squire, Mon., 4:00
p.m., Computing Center, Seminar Room,
Dec. 17.
Doctoral Examination for Jasper Ar-
thur Brundege, Chemical Engrg.; thes-
is: "The Distribution of Reaciton Rates
and Activation Energies for the Ex-
change Reaction between Gaseous Ben-
zene and Benzene Chemisorbed on a
Platinum Surface," Mon., Dec. 17, 3201
E., Engrg. Bldg., at 3:15 p.m. Chairman,
G. Parravano.
Doctoral Examination for David Sears
McCulloch, Geology; thesis: "Late Ceno-
zoic Erosional History of Huerfano Park,
Colorado," Mon., Dec. 17, 2045 Natural
Science Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Chairman,
D. F. Eschman.
Doctoral Examination for Gad Sebas-
tyan-Yishai, Civil Engineering; thesis:
"Flexible Pavement Design Based on

the Element Method of Analysis," Mon.,
Dec. 17, 1227 E. Engin. Bldg., at 3:00
p.m. Chairman, W. S. Housel.
Doctoral Examination for Robert Mes-
ton Lovejoy, Economics; thesis: "Al-
ternative Methods of Financing the Ja-
maican Budget," Mon., Dec. 17, 205
Economics Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chair-
man, K. E. Boulding.
Doctoral Examination for Alphonse
Albert Toppeto, Electrical Engrg.; thes-
is: "Switching Model for Finite Length,
Thin-Film, Cylindrical Shell," Mon.,
Dec. 17, 3073 E. Engin. Bldg., at 2:00
p.m. Chairman, N. R. Scott.
Public Health Assembly: On Mon.,
Dec. 17 at 4:00 p.m. in Aud. of School
of Public Health, Dr. Jerome S. Peter-
son from Washington, D.C., will speak
on "The Work of the World Health
Organization."
Prof. Mafao Sugawara, Dept. of Phys-
ics at Purdue Univ., will speak Mon.,
Dec. 17 at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 2038 Ran-
dall Lab. The lecture, titled "High En-
ergy Behavior of Elastic Cross-Sections,"
Is part of the High Energy and Theoret-
ical Physics Series sponsored by the
Insti. of Science and Tech. and the
Dept. of Physics.
Student Recital by Piano Majors: Lisa
Grable, Wavid Wilson, and Raymond
Marchione, piano majors in the School
of Music, will present a recital on
Mon. afternoon, Dec. 17, 4:15 p.m. in
the Lane Hall Aud. They will perform
the compositions of Mozart, Bach, and
Ravel, respectively. This recital was
originally scheduled for Dec. 20. Open
to the general public.
Events
Christmas Concert: The Univ. Choir
and Orchestra conducted by Maynard
Klein will present a Christmas concert
on Tues. evening, Dec. 18, 8:30 p.m. in
Hill Aud. Soloists will be Marjorie Gor-
don, guest soprano; Charles F. Schaefer
II, guest organist; Elizabeth Olsen, so-
prano; Jane Pieper, soprano; James
Miller, tenor, and Leslie Briedenthal,
bass. Poulenc's "Gloria" and Mozart's
"Mass in C Minor" will be performed.
Open to the public without charge.
Doctoral Examination for Bruce R.
Brandell, Zoology; thesis: "An Inves-
tigation of the Forearm and Hand Flex-
ors of Didelphis Marsupialis Virginiana
Kerr," Tues., Dec. 18, 2111 Natural Sci-
ence Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chairman, A.
H. Stockard.
Doctoral Examination for Theodore
Arnold Bookhout, Wildlife Manage-
ment; thesis: "The Snowshoe Hare in
Upper Michigan: Its Biology and Feed-
ing Coactions with White-Tailed Deer,"
Tues., Dec. 18, 1032 Natural Resources
Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Co-Chairmen, W. W.
Chase and A. B. Cowan.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
YWCA, New York, N.Y.-Many posi-
tion openings for new staff members in
cities throughout the U.S. Positions for
women with related work exper. and
also oppor. for qualified recent grads.
Inquire now for positions in Sept. '63.
Hoosier Engrg. Co., Columbus, Ohio-
Graduate Engnr., EE or CE pref. Seek-
ing an applicant who is interested in
informal trng. in construction tech-
niques with a view to progressing into
construction supervision. Must be pre-
pared to travel & live at different loca-
tions for varying periods of time.

PERSONAL
WINKS-it was a fight with my con-
science, but you're safe. F15
"I'M DREAMING of a White Christ-
mas . ." Begin on the Diag. Dec. 18.
7:30. F11
BEAU, BEARD, DOUG & DAVE-Now
that's what we call Christmas Spirit!!
Swingin'!P m 13
UNION AIRFLIGHT PASSENGERS -
Summer 1962-We have another re-
bate for you in the Union Business
Office. F7
LOOKING for Christmas Gifts? Why
not give Glee Club records (and keep
one for yourself)? Michigan Men's
Glee Club records, "On Tour," and
"White Tie and Tails," are on sale
in the Fishbowl next week, Monday
through Thursday, 8:00-5:00. F10
JOIN THE SURFS, Friar's and Men's
Glee in Holiday Song. 7:30. Dec. 18.
Diag. F11
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. F43
WANT TO ESCAPE? Try art. Try Gen-
eration staff. We need you. For infor-
mation call John Herrick, editor, NO
3-2273 or NO 2-3241. You too can
speak for your generation. F11
USED CARS
MK II A Sunbeam Talbot Salon. Exc.
Cond. Reasonable. NO 5-9893. N5
NEED CASH-1962 VW,-good condition.
Call NO 2-2354 around 5 p.m. N4
'55 2-DR. CHEV. Good clean car, stand-
ard trans. $325. HU 2-9425.
1959 TR-3. Sharp British Racing Green.
2 tops, 22,000 miles. None finer on
campus Reasonable. Leave phone No.
at NO 8-8917. N2
MUSICAL MDSE.
RADIOS, REPAIRS
GUITARS ETC.
Make, Repair, Buy and Sell
Private and Group Instruction
Hoots Daily
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 SO. STATE
NO 5-8001
X5
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY onj
radios, phonos, tape recorders and TVs
with this ad. Campus Radio & TV,'
325 E. Hoover. X9
A-1 NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTS1
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
MISCELLANEOUS

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 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 average words, to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
Phone NO 2-4786
FOR RENT
2 14-story towers overlooking Huron
River. Game Room. Swimming Pool.
Balconies and covered parking. Stu-
dio, 1, 2, 3-bedrooms. $113-312.
HURON TOWERS
2200 Fuller Road

NO 3-0800

NO 5-9162
C14

SPACIOUS one bedroom apt. for 2
available Feb. Very quiet. Call Larry
at NO 2-1149. C12
WANTED - Graduate or professional
woman to share large new 2-bedroom
apt. Parking. $80, everything included.
Available now or Feb. 1. 1030 Foun-
tain. By appointment. 662-0730. C13,
APARTMENT available for Jan. 27.
Suitable for 1 or 2. 663-1692. C40
2 ROOMMATES wanted for spacious 2
bedrm. apt. 5 min. from campus. 5-
7124. C7
4TH GIRL WANTED to share 5 rm.,
spacious apt. for 2nd semester. Call
Lucy at 5-3426 or 2-2011. C8
NEW FOUR Person Apt., ultra-modern.
1000 Oakland. Ideal location. NO 5-
8928. Cl
2 BEDRM. cottage at Portage Lake.
Completely furn'd. 15 mile drive to
A.A. $75/mo. plus utilities. Cali 878-
5580 after 6. C9
APT. FOR RENT-3-man apt. in May-
nard House available for second se-
mester. Furnished or unfurnished.
Call NO 5-6893. C4
ACT NOW
Studios from $111.00
1-bedroom from $130.00
Bus transportation to campus
and Ann Arbor business district.
HURON TOWERS
NO 3-0800, NO 5-9162
STUDENTS
Several apartments available to
share in campus area

LOST AND FOUND
LOST- Light brown glasses, orange
case. 333 Mosher, NO 3-1561, Ext. 1041.
A12
HELP WANTED
STENOGRAPHER, part time, evenings.
Skill in typing and shorthand pri-
mary. Experience secondary. Call be-
tween 5 and 7 p.m. 665-3423. H46
FOR SALE
GLEE CLUB RECORDS ON SALE TO-
DAY IN THE FISHBOWL.
TYPE A GARRARD TURNTABLE With
cartridge. 665-7421. B26
FOR SALE - '61 Corvette convertible,
perfect condition, 15,000" miles. Call
Marge Gordon at NO 3-9365. B23
CHRISTMAS TREES, reasonable price.
537 N. Division at Detroit St. 665-
9815. B14
MAN'S Chesterfield coat, size 38. $100
new, 2 years old, excellent condition.
$30. 663-6919. B25
LARGE, HEAVY-DUTY wooden tables,
suitable for housing unit dining or
private work tables. Call Don Mac-
ritchie, 5-9193. B21
PERSONAL COLLECTION of books and
records for sale. Books on art, philos-
ophy, fiction, criticism, French, Ger-
man and music. Classical and jarz
records. One dollar and two dollar
records. Studio at 538 S. Fifth Ave.
B11
CHRISTIAN ENTERPRISES
STORE
3650 CARPENTER ROAD
PHONE-NO 8-9629
Open: Mon., Fri., Sat.-8 a.m.-9 pm.
Tue., Wed., Thurs.-8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Furnishings for home or apartment.
PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE
10% off on all furniture and appliances
TVs from 22:50 up
Refrigerators 29.50 up
Studios 39.50 up
reupholstered
Hide-a-Beds 64.50 up
reupholstered
Washers 22.50 up
We have all kinds of chests,- desks,
china cabinets, antiques, brie-a-
brac, toys, lamps, tables, clothing.

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BIKES and SCOOTERS

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without harmful stimulants

For further information, please
General Div., Bureau of Appts.,
SAB, Ext. 3544.

call
3200

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alert with the same safe re-
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tea. Yet NoDoz is faster,
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Next time monotony makes
you feel drowsy while driving,
working or studying, do as
millions do ... perk up with
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We're Going To Leave the Campus
KESSEL'S CAMPUS SHOP
STOCK LIQUIDATION
CONTINUING
FURTHER REDUCTIONS
SAVE TO
6O% OFF
AND MORE
EVERYTHING MUST GO
SKIRTS " SWEATERS * DRESSES
FORMALS * COCKTAILS
BLOUSES * SLACKS * BERMUDAS
SCARFS * SOX * RAINWEAR
ALL BY FAMOUS MAKERS
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER!
SAVE ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS!
SAVE ON SOMETHING FOR YOURSELF!

MODEL 11
Airplane luggage Hi Fi portable stereo
Uses Garrard record changer
You will not believe that this quality of sound
can be produced by a unit of such small size.
OUT PERFORMS CONSOLES
This and other KLH products now on demonstration
at Ann Arbor's authorized KLH distributor.
HI FI STUDIO
1319 S. University
1 block from the Campus Theatre NO 8-7942

WASHTENAW CAFE
GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE
We specialize in
German foods.
STUDENT SPECIALS DAILY
211 N. Main
NEED A BITE TO EAT?
Time for Sunday breakfast and
the kitchen is bare?
Dash to
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
We open at 8 Sunday morning.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
DO YOU OWN A
VOLKSWAGEN?
If you do, you should know
about Ann Arbor's only
VOLKSWAGEN
and Porsche service specialists
Al R-COOLED MOTORS

APARTMENTS, LIMITED
NO 3-0511 Evenings
NO 5-9271

WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE WANTED
Vicinity of Canterbury Rd., Ann Arbor
Woods, John Allen School or South-
east Ann Arbor area. Phone NO 5-9429
after 5 p.m.
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-Dissertation or thesis ready
for typing? For fast, accurate and
economical service by typists familiar
with graduate school requirements
contact Ann Arbor Typing and Print-
ing Service, 117 S. Main St., Ann
Arbor or call 663-2587. J9
665-8184
Manuscript typing, transcription, medi-
cal, legal, technical conferences,
mimeographing, offset. Quick, accu-
rate, experienced. Professional Service
Associates, 334 Catherine. Jil
NEED TYPING DONE? Excellent typist
will do it for you at low rates. Call
NO 2-4782 for information. J24
FOR THE FINEST SELECTION of party
favors and unique gifts contact Bud-
Mor Agency, 1103 S. University, NO
2-6362. J4
MANUSCRIPTS, TERM PAPERS typed,
Multilth Offset for reproduction,
Photo copy , mailings. Gretzinger's
Business Service, 320 S. Huron. HU
2-0191. J8
WANTED TO BUY
WILL BUY REFRIG. and Air Con-
ditioning Guide by Ed. P. Anderson.
HU 2-7047. K5

C451

PLAN AHEAD. If you're interested in
owning a used scooter or cycle next
spring, contact us now and we may
be able to get you a good deal. Leave
your name and phone no. with us
at either NO 2-7686 or NO 3-6051. Z30
BARGAIN CORNER
ATTENTION ROTC
Officers' Shoes
Army-Navy Oxfords-$7.95
Socks 39c ;Shorts 69c
Brasso 69c
SAM'S STORE
KRAME R SAYS:
Are You Out
Of It.?
Buy Your
ENSIAN
Now!
$5
Ensian Office-House Rep.

936 N. Main

665-0051
665-3583

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to Traverse City area
on Thurs., Dec. 20. Call NO 3-1561,
Ext. 921. 03

.may we suggest, to put
stars in her eyes and make you the No. ONE MAN
in her life-gift her with a beautiful fashion,
a luxury item perhaps, that she wouldn't buy
herself We'veee-rything to please the femal
heart and at prices to please the gifter. .. . all
beautifully wrapped if you wish.
* Perhaps a dress to brighten up her holidays,
so glamorous she couldn't help but love it and .
'.. you, for thinking of it. Exquisite fabrics and >
colors - all styles, all sizes.. Second Floor
Fashions.,,.from 14.98
' *If you've always longed to gift herw
jewels, we've beautiful necklaces, bracelets and
--earins,' so lovely you would think they wer
real. from 1.00
""~" ~~"' Always on her wont list-new gloves to compli
ment her gowns. Fabric and leathers, in. both long
and short lengths. from 3.00
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