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THE MICH11GAN nAl'Y.V

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renew Grant
or Studies

f Cancer

Prof. Murray R. Abell of the
Medical School recently received
a grant of $25,000 from the Na-
tional Institute of Health to con-
tinue current cancer research and
training in the coming year.
Prof. Abell explained that this
grant was a renewal of one that
the Medical School has received
for fifteen years for the same pur-
pose.
"The money will be used for
teaching and training rather than
research, except that research
which will be carred on by medi-
cal students in the torm of proj-
ects," Prof. Abell said.
Prof. Abell noted that all Medi-
cal School students will benefit
from the grant, even if they are
not specifically engaged in re-
search projects. The grant will
help cover the costs of visiting
cancer lecturers, cancer photogra-
phy, books for the Medical School
library and cancer displays.
To renew the grant, the Medi-
cal School had to submit progress
reports, as well as all necessary
information on projects for which
received funds are earmarked.
Although the NIH grant is only
for the use of undergraduates,
other sources, including the Par-
dee Foundation in Midland, pro-
vide graduate students in medi-
cine with an equal opportunity for
aid, Prof. Abell concluded.
Steering UMt
Re-evaluates
redi t System
By RONALD MARTINEZ
The Literary College Steering
Committee discussed yesterday
possible future revisions in the
credit-hour grading system.
As a first step in a general re-
evaluation of the number of cred-
it hours accorded specific courses.
the committee considered the pos-
sibility of increasing the credit
hours of honors proseminars.
It was. the general consensus of
the group that present hours of
credit in many courses are too
low in relation to the amount of
work demanded. The committee
felt that present work loads should
not increase. with the increase in
credit hours.
-Dean James H. Robertson ex-
pressed the view of many literary
college department heads in sup-
porting the committee's intentions.
He said that the alternative of
lowering the 120-hour graduation
requirement would create greater
problems than "piecemeal reform"
within individual departments.
Committee Chairman Jerold D.
Lax, '63, suggested the possibility
of coordinating the concurrent
courses of individual students
within their fields of concentration
for additional credit.
The committee agreed that the
switch to a trimester program
would necessitate a reduction in
present work loads and felt that
new problms of examination
scheduling 'Would have to be
solved.
Dean Robertson asserted that
although a need exists for greater
flexibility in the credit hour sys-
tem, some arbitrary requirements
must be maintained.
Lax announced that the com-
mittee would prepare a list of rec-
ommended changes to be present-
ed to the Honors Council and vari-
os department heads.
F ireDamages
Local Restaurant
A fire of unknown origin swept
through the Rubaiyat Restaurant,
341 S. Main St., Sunday, causing
more than $20,000 in damage. Lo-
cal and state fire officials are in-
vestigating the blaze.

VISITORS--Complete with a fountain mall and a formal garden,
this house on Highland Rd. was donated to the University by Mr.
and Mrs. James Inglis, and now serves as a guest residence.
Inglis House Serves U'
As Residence for Guests

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Building
before 2 p.m. two days preceding
publication.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8
General Notices
Student Accounts: Your attention is
called to the following rules passed by
the Regents at their meeting on Feb.
28, 1936: "Students shall pay all ac-
counts due the University not later
than the last day of classes of each
semester or summer session. Student
loans which are not paid or renewed
are subject to this regulation; however,
student loans not yet due are exempt.
Any unpaid accounts at the close of
business on the last day of classes will
be reported to the Cashier of the Uni-
versity and
"(a) All academic credits will be
withheld, the grades for the semester
or summer session just completed will
not be released, and no transcript of
crdits will be issued.
"(b) All students owing such accounts
will not be allowed to register in any
subsequent semester or summer session
until payment has been made."
Day Calendar
4:15 p.m.-President Lincoln's Eman-
cipation Proclamation Centennial Pro-
gram Poetry Reading-Langston Hughes
author of "I, too, sing America": Aud
A, Angell Hall.
8:30 p.m.--*University Musical Society
Concert-Gerard Souzay, baritone: Hill
Aud.
Illustrated Public Lecture in Spanish:
Dr. Juan Antonio Gaya Nuno, Madrid
art critic and writer, will lecture on
ORGAN IZAT ION
NOTICES
Congregational Disciples E & R, EUB
Student Guild. Cost Luncheon Discus-
sion, "The Dollmakers," Mrs. H. Arnow,
Tues., Jan. 8, Noon, Guild House, 802
Monroe.
* * *
tiir Ski Club, Slide Lecture on Europe,
Tues., Jan. 8, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union.

"Los 80 Anos de Picasso," at 4 p.m.
today, in Aud B, Angell Hall. Spon-
sored jointly by the Depts. of the
History of Art and Romance Languages.
GERARD SOUZY, French baritone,
wiill be heard in recital in the seventh
concert in the Choral Union Series to-
night at 8:30 in Hill Aud-under the
auspices of the Univ. Musical Society.
Mr. Souzay, with Dalton Baldwin at
the piano, will present a program of
songs by Schubert, Strauss, Debussy;
and arias from Lully operas-"Alceste,"
"Cadmus et Hermione" and "Rafrina."
Tickets are available at the offices
of the Univ. Musical Society in Bur-
ton Tower during the day; and will
be on sale at the Hill Aud box office
after 7:00 o'clock this evening.
Events
Sonata Recital: Oliver Edel, cellist,
and Henry Harris, guest pianist, will
present a sonata recital on Wed., Jan.
9, 8:30 p.m., in the Rackham Lecture
Hall. Compositions they will play are
by J. S. Bach, Brahms, and Samuel
Barber. Open to the public.
Opening Tomorrow, 8 p.m. Trueblood
Aud., Frieze Bldg.: The U-M Players
production of the new Paul Mayer
translation of Luigi Pirandello's "Six
Characters in Search of an Author."
Performances through Sat. Tickets,
available from 12:30 daily, are $1.50,
and 1.00 for Wed. & Thur., $1.75 & 1.25
for Fri, and Sat.
Part-Time
Employment
The. following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Bldg., during the following hours: Mon.
thru Fri. 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30
til 5 pm.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Bob Hodges, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Rm. 2200, daily.
MALE
2-Russian Voicers. 10 to 15 hours per
week,
4-Childcare workers. Must be current-
ly attending school and have at
least 60 credits in field related to
disturbed children. 40 hours per
week, morning or afternoon shift.
Transportation needed.
FEMALE
1-Steno-typist to work Tues. evenings
from 4 to 5:30 or 6 p.m.
4-Childcare workers. Must be current-
ly attending school and have at
least 60 credits in field related to
disturbed children. 40 hours per
week, morning or afternoon shift.
Transportation needed.

1--Physical Ed. background to direct fields OR he must have a mathematical interview for registered nurses, cabin
an adult women's gym class on mind as applied to mfg. General exper. counselors & office secretaries for coed
Wed. evenings. Some experience is necessary. camp. Interviews will be held from 1:30
preferred. Hawthorn Center, Northville, Mich.- to 5 p.m. on Wed., Jan. 9.
Child Care Worker A. To work with Camp Con-es-toga, Leonidas, Mich. -
emotionally disturbed children & pat- Mrs. Baumann will interview general
Placemn t tern them for life outside residential counselors & specialty counselors for a
hosp. At least 2 yrs. college in related coed camp. She will consider married
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of field (special educ. or psych.). Exper. couples & secretaries. Interviews will be
Appointments-Seniors & grad students, I not required. Prefer someone currently held Thurs. & Fri., Jan. 10 & 11.
please call Ext. 3544 for an interview enrolled in college. Need 2 women & 1 TEACHER PLACEMENT:
appt. with the following: man. Will work shifts. Man at night & ECthewee J:
THURS., JAN. 10- women in day. Beginning the wie of Jan. 7, the
Central IntellienceAgenfollowing schools willl be at the Bureau
nelgence Agency (CIA)- National Assoc. of Manufacturers, De- to interview candidates.
Men & Women, Feb. June & Aug. troit, Mich.-Woman as Secretary/As- E
grads. Openings avail. are: 1. Jr. Offi- sistant to Public Affairs Director of|WED., JAN. 9-
cer Trng. Prof. 2. Geographic Research Central Div. To assist with work on I Mansfield, Ohio--Fields not yet an-
& Cartography. 3. Economic Research.j congressional districts; keep up with nounced.
4. General Research. 5. Clerical & Sec- legislation;ado research, filing and sec- THURS., JAN. 10-
retarial. 6. Editorial. You must - read retarial work. Political Science or Eco- Garden City, Mich.-Early Elem.; Voc.
the CIA literature in the office before nomics background helpful. Secretarial Ed. (Auto Shop, Wood Shop); Sp. Corr.
you can interview with them. exper. & training essential. FRI., SAT.. JAN. 11-12-
THURS., JAN. 17- Conn. Civil Service-Parole Officer II San Diego, Calif.-Elem.; Engl. plus
Stanford Grad. School of Business-- -Degree plus 2 yrs. exper. in social Minor, Set., Math, Girl's PE, For. Lang,
Feb. June & Aug. grads. Men & women work, teaching or clinical psych. or in
with any major, including Engrg., Phy- a responsible position involving the in- Beginning the week of Jan. 14, the
sics, Math or any of the technological vestigation or herab. of delinquents. following schools will be at the Bureau
disciplines. All Liberal Arts majors be-' Apply by Jan. 16. to interview candidates:
ing sought. Washington Civil Service - State Ar- MON., JAN. 14-
chivist Ass't. Degree with major in Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hills Schls.)-
WED., THURS. & FRI., JAN. 16-18- Public Admin., History, Poll. Set or Fields not yet announced.
U. S. Navy-Feb., June & Aug. grads.1 closely allied field. Apply by Jan, 18. j San Diego, Calif.Elem.; Engl. plus
Men & women. There will be a display yJ * * Minor, Se., Math, Girl's PE, For. Lang.
In the Mich. Union. A recruiter will be For further informaton, please call Las Vegas, Nev. (Clark Comm. Sch.)
there to answer any questions. Seek- General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200 -K-6.
ing all degrees for potential officer| SAB, Ext. 3544. * * *
candidates. . For additional information and ap-
SUMMER PLACEMENT: pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
POSITION OPENINGS: 212 SAB-- pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext.
Iowa State Univ. Ames. Iowa- pen- Camp Tanuga, Kalkaska, Mich. -- Will 3547.

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By RUTH HETMANSKI
Because of the gift of the late
James Inglis and his family, Inglis
House serves as the guest house
of the University.
Serving such distinguished visi-
tors as Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Rockefeller and Mary Bunting,
president of Radcliffe College, it
has been compared to Washing-
ton's Blair House.
When James Inglis died in
1950, he left the property and the
house on Highland Rd., to his
wife to be given to the University
upon her death; but Mrs. Inglis
decided to make the gift imme-
diately because she was leaving
Ann Arbor.
Mall, Garden
A fountain mall and formal
garden lie outside the porch area
in back of the-house, often visited
by University botany classes be-
cause of its varied arrangements
of flowers. High on a hill, the
house overlooks the Arboretum
and into the Huron River valley.

The eight and one-half acre es-
tate is valued at $200,000.
The house, built in 1927, is of ir-
regular brick and stone construc-
tion. Mrs. Gertrude Leidy, resident
hostess of Inglis House, will show
visitors the libraries, filled with
books on every subject. The sec-
ond floor has a living and dining
room where the formal dinners for
guests of the University are held.4
View of Arb
Oak and maple paneling line
the stairwells, and the massive and
elegant bedrooms on the third
floor are done in pastel colors.
From all windows a beautiful view
of the Arboretum and the Univer-
sity buildings is available.
It was in these bedrooms that
Robert Frost, Takeo Ozawa, con-
sul general of Japan from Chi-
cago, and Thai Ambassador Vis-
uti Arthayukti stayed.
Regents in town for their
monthly meetings often stay over-
night to save the long trip home.

ing as Production, Assistant-Staff An-
nouncer with a large university operated
radio station. Duties will be general
announcing, interviewing, general pro-
duction, music selection, etc. BA de-
gree. 21-28 yr. old. Some familiarity with
classical music. At least 2 yrs. exper. in
college or commercial radio-TV. Basic
production skills.
Athol Mfg. Co., Ann Arbor, Mich.-
Sales Rep. Industrial sales-vinyl coated
fabrics and various integrated parts
to automotive industry. LSA or Bus.
Ad. graduate. Technical experience help-
ful. Involves traveling.
Management Consultants in Chicago
-Client firm needs manager-quality
control. Prefer BS in Mech. or Metal-
lurgical Engrg. Almost essential that
individual have tech. bkgd. in these

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Stereo CS6 143 Mono CM9033 Stereo CS6222 Mono CM9290
Beerthoven S64YMPHONY NO. 3 ("Eroica") -Solt MeN'ndelsoh: SYMPHONY No. 3 ("Scotch"); HEB-
Dvorshk: SYMPHONY No. 5 ("From The New World") Stereo C56191 Mono CM9252
StereoCS6228 Mono CM9295 Shostakovich SYMPHONY No. 3- Kertesz
Haydn: SYMPHONY No. 100 ("The Military") & Stereo CS6327 .Mono CM9327
SYMPHONY No. 83 ("The Hen") - Mianchinger Beethoven: SYMPHONY No. 6 ("Pastoral");
Stereo CS6230 Mono 0M9297 PROMETHEUS OVERTURE -Ansermet
Khachaturian: SYMPHONY No. 2- Khachaturian Stereo CS6160 Mono CM9243
Stereo CS6323 Mono CM9323 Mahler: SYMPHONY No. 4
Schubet SYMPH ONY No. 8 ("Unfinished") & No. 2 Sthman - Concertgebouw Orch. of Amsterdam -
Stereo CS6131 Mono CM9259 Stereo CS6217 -Mono CM9286
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Brahms: PIANO CONCERTO NO. 2
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Stereo CS6195 Mono CM9264 Curzon - So
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Wagner: RIENZ1 OVERTURE; FLYING DUTCHMAN OVTSIAN DANCES -Ansermet
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