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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1TTY1't't1TY; C'1 i'1 l1 "Cl ' .tY 11Y lYNW arw'rfaA' , .au .r. .u..

ook Says YRs To Oppose
idorsement of Candidates

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,1963

MUSKE T Merriment

Local Bus Company Plans
Addition of Two New Routes

ENDING TODAIY _____________________
Kirk Douglas - Mitzi Gay nor
"FOR LOVE OR MONEY"
At 1:15-3:00-5:00-7:00 & 9:05

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By CARL COHEN

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The University's Young Repub-
lican Club will "oppose any at-
tempt to endorse any candidate be-
fore the Republican nominating
convention," Douglas Brook, '65,
the club's chairman, announced
yesterday.
The remark came as the result
of a controversy which started
when the executive board of the
Michigan Federation of College
Republicans passed three resolu-
tions at their July 14 Port Huron
convention.
The first urged Sen. Barry Gold-
water (R-Ariz) to "end his reluc-

The Ann Arbor Public Bus Ser-
vice has announced the initiation
of two new runs, one of which will
shuttle passengers from downtown
to the University campus on a
"noon special" run.
The other run, from Pittsfield
Village to State St. and then.
downtown, will offer a reduced
rate of 20 cents to University stu-
dents. Non-students must pay the
full 30-cent rate.
In a letter to the Ann Arbor'
City Council, Leonard B. Jones,1
president of the Public Bus Service,,
said that bus service to the two°
local hospitals will continue but
that the hospital bus will not go

along Geddes Ave., effective to-
morrow.
Persons wanting to be picked up
or dropped off on Geddes Ave.
should take the Pittsfield bus,
Jones said.
Alpha Phi Omega
To Hold Meeting
Alpha Phi Omega, national ser-
vice fraternity, will hold an open
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in Rm.
3 N-M of the Michigan Union.
Refreshments will be served and
movies will be shown.

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SONG AND DANCE--MUSKET will hold a mass meeting at 7
p.m. today in the Union Ballroom for all those interested in
participating in this year's production, "The Boy Friend," by
Sandy Wilson. The play is a comedy set in England during the
1920's.

SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER
..endorsed
ONGFESTS-
SocitySets
Year's Plans
Three concerts, a three-day fes-
val, and Saturday afternoon song
ssions will highlight the Folklore.
)ciety's activities for the coming
ar.
According to society vice-presi-
nt Pete Tourin, '66, the group
11 sponsor concerts Oct. 19, Nov.
and March 15 and.,a folk f-es
val April 10-12. However no def-
ite decision has been made as to
ho will perform at the concerts
id the festival.
The song sessions, to be held at
30 p.m. each Saturday on the
d floor of the Student Activities
dg., are being expanded to in-
ide guitar and banjo instruction
well as singing.
Other society activities will in-
ide impromptu hootenanies and,
sufficient interest is shown, re-
ming publication of Folkways
agazine, Tourin said.

tant attitude" and assume leader-
ship of the Republican party.
Condemn Rockefeller
The second condemned Gov.
Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY) , for
"provoking disunity" in the party
by his "reckless destructive be-
havior," and the third opposed
Gov. George Romney's proposed
state income tax.
The threearesolutions drew
criticism as being incompatible
with the state group's constitu-
tion which forbids taking a stand
for or against any candidate be-
fore the primary elections.
Allan Howell, chairman of the
statewide organization which pass-
ed the resolutions and a student
at Wayne State University, ex-
plained that since there is no na-
tional primary, the move was con-
stitutionally sound.
'That Feeling'
Brook explained that the "gen-
eral feeling" of the Young Repub-
licans on campus is that the ob-
jective of the constitution was to
avoid party embarrassment by
making endorsement before the
national Republican convention.
"An insinuation is the same as an
endorsement," he said.
Invite Participants
For Homecoming
A mass meeting for those wish-
ing to join committees working on
Homecoming will be held at 7:30
p.m. today in the League Ball-
room.

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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.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
General Notices
Applications for Faculty Research
Funds and Summer Faculty Fellowships:
Faculty members who wish to apply for
grants from faculty research funds to
support research projects should file
their applications in the office of the
Grad School not later than Sept. 23,
1963. Instruction forms and format are
available in Room 118; Rackham Bldg.,
or call Ext. 3374.
To Meinbers of the University Faculty:
The Mich. Memorial-Phoenix Project
invites requests for faculty research
grants to support research in those
fields within the scope of the Project.
Awards may be granted to assist inves-
tigations in' the social, philosophical, le-
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gy. The scope of the Phoenix Project
will be interpreted as broadly as possi-
ble to cover the various problems of the
atomic age.
Requests for grants of $3,000 or less
are most appropriate. Grants may cover
equipment, supplies, research assistance,
and necessary research travel. Applica-
tions for these grants should be return-
ed by Sept. 20, 1963. Grants will be
made before the end of the first semes-
ter.
Application blanks may be obtained
from the office of the Phoenix Project
at the Phoenix Memorial Lab.-Room
3034, Ext. 86-406-on the N. Campus.
Student Government Council Approval
of, 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.
Inter Cooperative Council, Orientation
Meeting, Sept. 7, 7:30-9:00 p.m., Union.
Student Organizations: Registration
of student organizations planning to be
active during the present semester
should be completed on or before Sept.
24, 1963. Forms are available in the Of-
fice of Student Affairs, 1011 Student
Activities Bldg. Privileges such as the
use of the Organization Notices column
in The Michigan Daily, use of meeting
rooms in University buildings, assign-
ment of Student Activities Bldg. facili-
ties, etc. are available to recognized
organizations only. Student organiza-
tions registered by this date will be con-
sidered officially recognized for the cur-
rent semester.
If you wish to be listed in the Stu-
dent Directory, please supply the presi-
dent's name, address and telephone
number to Miss C. Bilakos, 1011 SAB by
Sept. 16, 1963.
The persons listed below have been1
selected as ushers for University Mu-
sical' Society Concerts for the coming
season, and they may pick up their1
usher tickets at the Hill Aud. Box Of-
fice from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thurs.,
Sept. 5, Friday. Sept. 6, and Monday7
Sept. 9. These tickets must be picked up
by Monday, Sept. 9, or they will be can-
celled. The list follows:
Carol Stuart Allyn, Barbara Airmet,!
David Joseph Allor, Morine Bruce Abra-
hamse, Jo Ann Marie Andrews, John E.
Anderson, Waldie Anderson, Helen R.
Altman,
Mark-Bozdech, Ann-Marie Baggaley,
Barbara Lee Bennett, Gertrude Mary
Ann Bock, Barton K. Bartle, .Paul F.
Bendsza. Nancy Bulthuis, G. Thomas
Buithuis, John T. Benacquisto. Shirley
Brandt, Javad Behboodlan, Landra But-
terfield, Edward S. Bres 3rd, Mary Col-
leen Burns, Anne N. Boss, Richard L.
Boss, Emmy Lou Briggs, Mary Dolores
Brosius, Emily Brink, Terry John Burn-
ham, Jackson Robert Brooks, Lois Buch-
man, Tonya Barwick, Aletta Biersack,
Lewis J. Bordeaux, Laura Bates, Carol
Lee Blackman, David Richard Buresh,
Barbara Birshtein, Mary Louise Barth,
Rhonda Bartsch,E
Carolyn Jane Cole, Beverly Ann Cron-
in, Mrs. Alan F. Clark, Alan F. Clark,
Barbara A. Conta, Mert Carpenter, Su-
san M. Caughran, Louise Cutter, Nancy
Clare Chiseck, David B. Coghlan, Jr.,
James F. Coats, Harold D. Cooper, Jane
A. Clifford, Margaret Cuieka, Lynn Ann
Cohodas, Harriet B. Caplan, Jeffrey
Chase, Helen Cywinski,
Dorothy Z. de Ferranti, Lucas DeVries,1
Carol L. Dick, Doris Jean Dorn, Eliza-
beth Downs, Katherine Donoto, Mary
Elizabeth DeLano, Louise Marie Dues-l
sing, John J.: Dahm, Sally Donaldson,t
Barbaa Holt Dennison, Don Carl Dilel-P
la, Anita 'Beth Dolgin, Brian Thomas
Donley, Jon G. Dombrowski, Katherine
Curtis Dearborn,

Emily Erickson, Marilee Erickson, Eliz-
abeth Erskine,
Carolyn Fisher, Leslie Ann Fox, Kath-
erine Fodrocy, Gail Feldman, Janet
Freidman, Steve Freedman, Barbara
Freeman, Alice Fialkin, William George
Foulks, Sam Fohr, Debbie Farr, Connie
Floyd, Jorge Fastlicht.
Beverly Jayne Greey, Regi Gold
schmitd, Katherine Gehrke, Ruth Gold-
way, Joan B. Gusten, Carol Gordon,
Margaret R. Gekas, Sandra Lee S. Gray,
Jane Golden, Sue Garbrecht, Margaret
Gordon, Susan ,Barbara Glowacki, Rani
Gotimuthu, Lenni Susan Geller, Brenda
Gee, Janet Goldberg, Kathleen Marian
Gibbons, Naomi Rebecca Gilburt, Jo-
anne Gould; Sandra Jean Gibbs,
Linnea Hendrickson, Carole Hoffman,
Carla Hoffman, Jane L. Hoppe, Joyce
Holmes, Ken Holmes, Mary Heetderks,
Bruce Justice Hinton, John Benjamin
Haber, Shireen Hutte, Sara Hoopen-
gardner, V. Allan Hewitt, Joseph Herter,
Susan W. Hubbard, Jack William Hor-
ner, Lynn Hughes, Gary D. Hendricks,
Susan Elise Hunter, Doree Joanna Hall,
Janice Marlene Hulka, Ruth Marilyn
Helstrom, Miriam Hammerman, Eric
Gerhardt- Hoberg, Barbara Halle, Marc
Halevi, Phillip Hosay,
Betty Isaacson,
Ronald H. Jeffers, Steven M. Jones,
Marcia E. Jones, Ann Marie Jarvi, Susan
Jiga, Anita Jackson, Mary E. Johnson,
Luanna Jensen, Stanla Ann Janus, Kay
Jablowski,
Carolyn Krings, Cynthia Kahn, Ju-
dith A. Kaufman, Elizabeth Lee Klat-
zky, Salli Kimberly, Jean Ruth Kellogg,
Stephen W. Kalkstein, Suzanne Kish,
Edith Kawakami, Susan K. Kosmensky,
Mrs. Shiela Klempner, Lois Ann Karls,
James Harold Karls, Paul King, Mary
Klein, Simon L. Klein,
Fran Lasser, Margaret Lowe, Nancy
Lehnert, Wanda Clare Lewiston, Ruth
A. Lundvall, Ellen LaRue, Nancy Louise
Levin, Judith Ann Ludwig, David B.
Langhaug, Anne O'Neal Langhaug, Ger-
ald Laskey, Lois LaPointe, James T.
Leavitt Jr., Gail Lovett, Diana Lang,
Jeffrey W. Lang,
Ann Lorine McFarlane, Earl E. Mc-
Henry, Bonnie McDowell, Tom McCarty,
Sandra R. Muir, Lynne Morency, Caro-
lyn Ann Mikkelson, Karen Margolis,
Cynthia June Margolis, Brian S. Maw-
tinney, Daryle Marjaniemi, Susan Louise
Mann, Marian T. Morris, Barbara Mor-
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only.;
Organizations who are planning to be
active for the Fall Semester should reg-
ister by Sept. 24, 1963. Forms available,
1011 Student Activities Bldg.
Circle Honorary Society, Picnic, Sept.
8, 1 p.m., Island Park. Meet at League.
* s* *
Lutheran Student Chapel, Vesper
Service led by Richard Toensing, Grad-
uate Student, Sept. 4, 7:30 p.m., Hill
St. at S. Forest Ave.
Chess Club, Meeting, Sept. 4, 7:30
p.m., Union, Rms. 3K-L. Discuss plans
for new year. Sign up for tournament.
Everyone invited.
*' * *
Christian Science Org., "Get Together
Buffet" to meet new members & dis-
cuss organization functions, Sept. 6,
5:30 p.m. Meet in front of SAB.
* * *
MUSKET, Mass Meeting, Sept. 4, 7:00
p.m., Union Ballroom, 2nd floor.

ris, Judith Meyers, Gabriel Manasse,
Mary K. Madden, David L. Miles, Jean
R. Musser, Catherine Mortenson, Ann
Elizabeth Mayer,
Ann Uunez, Tom Nacinovich, Reid
Nibley. Margaret Nixon, Roni Ann New-
man, Kathryn Nelson, Elizabeth Nuss-
baum,
David Allan Olson,
Barbara Alice Pike, Mark Petty, Re-
becca Putman, Douglas Pope, David
Ladd Penny, Jean R. Pence, Candyce
Marie Patterson, Elin Panzar, Charles
J. Poposki, Janice Piasecany, John H.
Payne, Stephen Parker, Patricia A. Park-
er, Robert .W. Phillips, Robert C. Probas-
co, Howard Plotkin,
Ira Rabin, Gerald Lewis Reisman,
Claudia Beth Roberts, Leta Rubin, Lynn
Rosenfeld, Earl Rosner, Mrs. Barbara K.
Radford, Louise Reiner,
Linda Jean Smalley, Richard E. Smal-
ley, Bonnie L. Snepp, Leo H. Settler,
Robert F. Schlack, Ruth Michele Se-
gall, Barbara Stark, Golda Shkolnick,
C. J. Sanders, Ellie Saulter, Janet Louise
Schoene, Barbara Schanoes, Charlyn J.
Stockero, Yasmina Stefanovic, Lee Ann
Stephens, Margaret Ann Schlatter, Ruth
Ann Swanson, Valerie Seiden, Pamela
Jane Smith, Jean Smith, Nancie Mich-
elle Stein, Jeannette Stein, Kathy
Stocking, Patricia Stocking, Michael
Stern, Elizabeth M. Stern, Franklin
Spotts, Masako Sano, Nancy Shaw,
Marthalee Shellman, Sabra Sullivan,
Ellen Marie Sullivan, Carol Janet
Schulze, Stephen Schlakman, Grace
Louise Saefke, Elizabeth Sugg,
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MASS MEETING

"It is in the tradition of 'BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI' and 'GUNS OF
NAVARONE' - a genre which might be the most distinctive area of
American movie making in the past decade. No other country could have
made, the movie quite so well. Therefore its selection as the American
entry in the Moscow Film Festival is particularly appropriate."
-Kansas City Star

Thursday, Sept.
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Matinees
Until 5 P.M.
All Seats 75c

Nights and
Sunday
Adults $1.00

RESERVE NOW FOR THE 1963-6 4 SEASON !

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