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AY, SEPTEMBER 7,1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

FAMILY OF NATIONS:
Red China Causes Asian Split

FOR RENT
'ON CAMPUS lot parking. 662-1433. C3
ONE GIRL. GRAD. foreign student to
share apt. with two others. Modern.
1 block from campus. 5-7112 eves. 023
HOUSES AND APTS. FOR RENT-Fur-
nished or unfurnished. $90 up. Call
NO 2-7893 mornings before 10:30. 06
GIRL(S) TO SHARE large furn'd. apt.
with grad. 2 bdrrns., University area,
,garden, reasonable. 662-4903. C22
SINGLE OR' DOUBLE RMS. for grad.
women, home atmosphere in League
House. Phone 3-1460 or 2-0215. 021
Roommate Wanted
TO SHARE 4-man luxury apartment.
If interested call: 665-0501. 027
GRAD STUDENT to share new modern
apt. 3 blocks from campus. 453-3287.
C12
BRICK 2-FAMILY. Each 5 rms., utili-
ties, separate ceramic bath,. 2 car
garage, west side. Call 3-7851 after
6 p.m. 015.
WANTED--Third girl to share furnished
apt. (temp. or perm.) All utilities
except electricity provided. $95 mo.
($32 each) NO 2-7512 after 5:00. C20
GLENCO APTS. - 2 bedroom luxury
apts. designed for 4 people; new
bldg. furnished or unfurnished. Call
NO 2-8893 or 8-6415, 1028 Fuller, corner
of Glenn. 0 28
BEL-AIR APTS.-1 and 2 bedrooms. All
new, Danish modern furniture. Air-
conditioning, balconies, wall to wall
carpeting. Campus location. 2-5780.
Eves. 2-5140. 024
TO SHARE with 3 other girls, a 2 bed-
room apt. Call 662-0048 after 5:30.
016
NEED 1 MAN for 4-man apt. Modern
furn'd-cordial, studious atmosphere.
Call Dan, 665-2714. 014
WOMAN WANTED to share modern
2-woman apt. near campus. Call 663-
3832. C25
WHITEMORE LAKE-Lake front year
round home, furnished 3 bdrms., 1%
baths, rec. room, reasonable to right
party. HI 9-2325. C17
WHITEMORE LAKE-Lake front house,
single and double rms. with living
facilities, free washer and dryer. Call
ti 449-7051. 019
STUDENT ROOMS
Club atmosphere. Manager on prem-
ises. Near campus. Lounge with TV.
Refrigerators. Freshly decorated.
Twenty rooms, $ 7and $9. Men only.
Huron House. 212 E. Huron, 668-9593.
08
FOXCROFT
APARTMENTS
South State near Hill. Designed and
furnished for 4, 5, or 6 student occu-
pants. 2 bedrooms each.
f Most spacious available
s Separate dining room
* Air conditioning
" Heat furnished
" Extra storage space
04l Kelly Newton, 3-2260, eves. 2-0110
C13

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

TRANSPORTATION

WANT RIDE Tuesday and Thursday
from Ypsi to campus to arrive by 9
a.m., to leave at 6 p.m. Will share
expenses. Call 483-4452. 01
USED CARS
MG-T.D.-Call NO 2-2940 after 5:30. N13
BMW-Fast. NO 5-2886. Z6
1957 FORD retractible hardtop, white.
Call NO 3-9458 or Ext. 7517. N12
1959 RENAULT DAUPHINE, black. NO
2-0091. 1309 Iroquois. $325. NI
FOR SALE-1961 Renault Gordini, 11000
mi., $1150. Call 663-0553, 9-12, 2-5
weekdays. N11
'55 CHEVY WAGON-Excellent condi-
tion. $450 or best offer. 663-0105 be-
tween 5:30 and 7:30. N6
FREE FALL E STICKER with purchase
of 1957 VW with sunroof, radio, seat
belts. Must sell. Call NO 8-6884. N
1957 AUSTIN HEALY Hanley Roadster
with hard top, $975. NO 2-8118, 4060
Plymouth Road. N10
'56 FORD CONVERTIBLE-R., H., Auto.,
T-Bird engine. Buy at Fall prices.
663-7650. N9
1962 AUSTIN-HEALY '3000-Blue, full
equipmen,, $2495. 1962 MG-A MK. II
roadster, radio, luggage rack, nice,
5 1 -tinHe S t

FOR SALE
L, MICROSCOPE-Call 665-3524 after
5 p.m. - B7
MUST SELL-2 bookcases, chairs, desk
and bed. Call 668-6063. B6
USED STUDENT FURNITURE-desks,
chests, etc. NO 2-1433. B
FOR SALE-Microscope "Zeiss" mono-
cular-binocular, excellent cond. Ph.
' 542-6431, Detroit. B9
GREAT BOOKS of the Western world
with bookcase and study guide. New
condition. Save $100 at $225. HU
3-0013. Bil
L. C. SMITH Typewriter-13" super spe-
cial, Elite type. Perfect cond. $55.
May be seen at 420 Maynard. Ask for
Miss Hilton. 662-3241. B3
BAUSCH & LOMB STEREO-Zoom mi-
croscope 7X to 120X current model
BVB-73 with all illuminators, new
condition. Save $150 at_ $440. HUnter
3-0013. B10
HOUSE-Three bedrooms, $14,000, terms
to suit. Lakewood, 115 Highake, city,
gas heat, full basement, fenced back
yard, wooded lot, near elementary
school, lake. shopping center, bus
line. Almn. storm screens - screen
porch, tool shed, NOr5-5839. B8
BUSINESS SERVICES
PIANO LESSONS-Experienced teacher
opening studio. B.A. and M.M. Call
3-3084 6-7 p.m. J2
LET US TYPE AND REPRODUCE YOUR
term papers and dissertations (Offset
for reproduction). Photo copy, mail-
ings. Gretzingers Business Service,
320 S. Huron, HU 2-0191. J8
665-8184
Manuscript typing, transcription,
medical, legal, technical confer-
ences, mimeographing, offset.
Quick, Accurate, Experienced.

MISCELLANEOUS
GIVE YOUR TUMMY A TREAT
WITH GOODIES FROM
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Open every night 'til 12
PERSONAL
WANT BABYSITTING-W. Ann Arbor.
NO 5-5528. F29
ENGINEERS - New Dietzgen & Aristo
slide rules from $13.50 to $21.50.'Call
NO 5-0012. F20
WE STRONGLY urge the Ann Arbor
City Council to initiate a strong and
enforciblen taxicab ordinance. F32
LOOKING FOR something? Find it at
10:30 a.m. or 7 p.m., Sunday at the
University Reformed Church, YMCA.
F25
AUSTIN DIAMOND CORPORATION -
"Where marginal prices buy quality
diamonds!" 1209 S. University. 663-
7151. F73
RIDERS WANTED TO N.Y. CITY -
Leaving Wed., Sept. 18, returning
Sun., Sept. 22. Notify Bob at 5-6617
after 6. F23
$1.25
Haircut, Mon. thru Thurs.; 347 May-
nard near Arcade. $1.50 Fri. and Sat.
P30
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
WISE-GUY!t
P33
PANKI NO-All all is forgiven. I'll sleep
on the couch and your mother can
have our room if you'll only meet me
at Mikado Mass Meeting, Sept. 8, 7:30,
Union, Rm. 3G. Go-to. F31
ARE YOU CURRENTLY A
D.P.?
Call 665-0501 and see about sharing a
luxury 'apartment with three guys
who are currently looking for a D.P.
F27
ATTENTION STUDENTS
Furniture, bookcases, books, chests,
desks; Appliances; Antiques; Musical
instruments. Bought, sold. DARWINS,
2930 S. State. NO 8-7744. F11
DIAMONDS-Highest quality at com-
petitive prices. Call C. K. Reaver Co.
of Ann Arbor, 300 S. Thayer. NO
2-1132. F18
TO SHARE AN APT....
UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU
(1 man needed to share with 3 others-
luxury apartment--close to campus).
CALL: 665-0501. F26
MICHIGAN STATUS SYMBOL
1957 Crusaire (Vespa) motor scooter
in excellent condition. Tools in-
cluded. A real steal! Call Pete, NO
2-7083. F19
Meet The Right People
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
whose background and ideals are
congenial with their own. Interviews
by appointment. Phone after 9 a.m.
NO 2-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
F

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Cat, beloved black bushy-tailed
male-name Friday, vic. Hill St. and
Tappan. 665-7616. Reward. A3
HELP WANTED
SPECIAL WAITRESSES for professional
fraternity party, Sept. 14, 8-12 p.m.,
2-3215. H17
PART-TIME waitresses for noon hour
and odd hours during the day. Betsy
Ross Shop, Nickels Arcade. H14
BABYSITTING-Tues. 10-12 a.m., Wed.
2-4 p.m. NO 2-1862: H8
WOMAN WANTED to exchange baby-
sitting, vicinity Division and Benja-
min. NO 8-9751. H13
PSA
Translator. French National. Biological
background. Call 665-8184. H16
DELIVERY BOY WANTED-3 hours on
Sunday mornings. Good pay, car
necessary. 665-0550; if busy call 8-6911.
H4
DELIVERY BOY needed for 1% hours
Mon.-Sat. morning. Also 1% hours
Tues., Thurs., and Sat, mornings.
Good pay, car necessary. 665-0550; if
busy call 8-6911. H5
DID YOU HAVE A BAND or play in
one?-Play an instrument, juggle, tap
dance, sing, or stand on your head?
If you can entertain, Call us, NO
5-6719. H7
PART-TIME IN CAMPUS AREA STORE
Must have knowledge of photography
and retail sales experience. Write Box
1,'Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, giving
age, experience, date of graduation,
hours available including evenings.
Must be available on Saturday. H1
MANPOWER, INC.
has immediate openings for ex-
perienced Typists - Steno's Dicta-
phone operators, Key-punch opera-
tors and other office skills. Excellent
wages-no fees. Apply 212 S. 4th
Ave., Arcade. H2
TIME IS MONEY-Pay yourself every
hour; only 3 hrs. per day will give
you $9.48. More hrs., more money.
Call Sue Kirch, 663-5880 tu.-th. 3-5
p.m., Fri., 1-5 p.m. H18
THE
UNIVERSITY
OF
MICHIGAN
RESIDENCE HALLS
Has Immediate Opening
for a
DIETITIAN
Position open for a Dietitian or
Food Service Supervisor with a
degree in Home Economics.
Attractive starting salary, liberal
vacation and sick leave program,
40-hour work week.
Qualified applicant should write
or telephone MISS KATHLEEN
HAMM, Student Activities Build-
ing, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tele-
phone NOrmandy 3-1511, Ext.
3311.
An equal opportunity employer.
WANTED TO BUY

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sharp, hardtop, red, radio, $1425.
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
'62 HONDA "50"-excellent condition.
Call 662-5086 after 6. Z8
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
1906 Packard Road
665-9281 Z3
LADIES SCH2WINN BIKE-Good condi-
tion. Call 665-2134 between 3-6 p.m.
L7

By MALCOLM W. BROWNE
Associated Press News Analyst
SAIGON-Indochina, a polyglot
area that wrenched itself free
from France in 1954, is disappear-
ing as a family of nations.
With this week's rupture in rela-
tions between Cambodia a n d
neighboring South Viet Nam, the
Indochina peninsula lies split into
hostile small nations.
The Communist powers-espe-
cially Red China-have worked
hard to achieve the division. Unit-
ed States foreign policy has tried
since 1954 to head off the series
of splits, but its efforts turned out
to be little more than delaying ac-
tion.
Lip Service
Cambodia never has been on
good terms with either of its anti-
Communist neighbors, Thailand or
South Viet Nam. But as a former
member of French Indochina,
Cambodia has at least paid lip
service to the family of nations
idea. Its money is printed With
pictures of Cambodian, Vietnamese
and Laotian women grouped to-
gether.
Phnom Penh, the Cambodian
capital, is a cosmopolitan town in
which Cambodians are a minority
group. Two-thirds of the popula-
tion is either Chinese or Vietna-
mese.
The splintering of Indochina be-
gan when it ceased to exist as a
French colony.
Initial Break
The first break was between
Communist North Viet Nam, un-
der Ho Chi Minh, and South Viet
Nam, headed by the stubborn an-
ti-Communist Ngo Dinh Diem.
Cambodia is a neutralist mon-
archy without a king. Its young
ruler, Prince Norodom Sihanouk,
left the throne to assume direct
power as chief of state.
In 1962, a centuries-long feud
between Thailand and Cambodia
flared. During the tension, Thai-
land's Marshal Sarit Thanarat de-
clared Prince Sihanouk was a pig.
Cambodia promptly ended rela-
tions with Thailand.
Neutral CoalitionF
In 1962, a neutralist coalition
government was formed in Laos.
Among its first -acts was an ex-
change of ambassadors with North
Viet Nam. Diem was so angered he
ordered a break in relations with]
Laos-despite four days of plead-
ing by the United States ambassa-
dor, Frederick E. Nolting Jr. l
Thailand, heavily dependent on
American aid, never had relations
with Communist North Viet Nam,E
and is fightinga bitter propaganda
battle to keep down North Viet-
namese infiltration in its north-
eastern provinces.
During the collapse of rightist
and neutralist forces in 1962, the
United States rushed troops to theE
Northeastern Thailand area to
protect Thailand against possible
attack. The troops remained for
approximately four months.
Thailand has also increased thel
flow of development funds into"
the region in its attempt to prevent
subverson..
Cambodia's Sihanouk says he
does not trust any Vietnamese -
Northern or Southern. While Cam-
bodia maintains friendly relations
with Laos, Sihanouk has expressed
concern about Communist Pathet
Lao guerrillas operating along his
northern border.
Bonds Cooling
Relations between Thailand and
South Viet Nam have been those
of allies fighting communism as a
common danger, but the bonds of
friendship have cooled.
Thailand, a Buddhist nation, has
expressed concern about events in
South Viet Nam. There are no im-
mediate prospects of a break be-
tween the two countries but Thai-
land may join a group of Buddhist
nations spearheaded by Ceylon in
an investigation of alleged reli-
gious persecution here.
Communist China and North

Viet Nam have adopted a policy of
divide and conquer in this part of
the world. They have skillfully
parlayed existing disputes into
grist for their mills.
TKE Plans Move
To Increase Size
Tau Kappa Epsilon undergrad-
uate social fraternity will move
from its present location on Ox-
ford Road to 1601 Cambridge to
raise the house's capacity to 32.
The change-over will take place
as soon as remodeling at the Cam-
bridge location is completed.

BOY'S ROLLFAST BIKE--Basket, light,
and lock. Excellent condition, $35.
1324 N. University, Apt. 1 after 5 p.m.
Z10
LAMBRETTA, VESPA, YAMAHO cycle
7 H.P. Your choice,: $375 full price,
delivered Ann Arbor. Windshield and
parts mailed C.O.D. DI 1-3197, 7343
W. 8 Mi., Detroit, 3% blocks West of
Livernois. Z
CYCLES & SCOOTERS-BMW-r50-'59,
all white, extras. Harley tricycle, great
for campus and winter; carries 4,
giant luggage compartment. Vespas,
Cushmans and Lambrettas. NO 3-1714.
Z7

--Associated Pr4
RIFT GROWS:,
Red Chinese Hit USSR
For Capitulation' to U.S

ANN ARBOR PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE ASSOCIATES
334 Catherine

B2

R. L. Wrentmore
Entertainment
Complete services for any social"
event. Finest music available in the
area. NO 5-6719. Ji

WANTED-Boat trailer capable of
porting 16' inboard runabout.
5-2489 after 3 p m.

sup-
Call
KY

i
f

ROOM AND BOARD
BOARDERS WANTED at professional
fraternity. Excellent food, quiet at-
mosphere. 1319 Cambridge near For-
est, 662-8312. E2
BARGAIN CORNER

WELCOME to the CHURCHES
of ANN ARBOR

WASHINGTON-The Chinese-
Soviet rift continues to grow.
The latest incident is a 10,000-
word blast by Red China at the
Soviet Union. Delivered last Fri-
day, the full text has just become
available here, the. Washington
Post reports.
The Soviet Union's unsuccessful
attempt to put missiles in Cuba
last October has become an im-
portant point in the dispute be-
tween Moscow and Peking over the
effect of nuclear weapons in rela-;
tions between the Communist and
democratic worlds.
Chinese Claim
The Chinese claim that the So-
viet leaders now feel that "the
emergence of nuclear weapons has
changed everything," and that
"war is no longer the continuation
of politics."
The Chinese say that the only
possible conclusion to such a line
of reasoning is that the "oppressed
nations" (i.e., those not yet Com-
munist) must "capitulate to im-
perialism (i.e., the United States),
which possesses nuclear weapons."
The Chinese contend that
Khrushchev now "smears" them
by saying that the Peking regime's
policy is one of "piling up corps-
es." That is, that Peking is too
ready to risk nuclear war, after'
which, as Khrushchev recently
said, the survivors would "envy the
dead."
Rash Action
According to the Chinese, it was
"the rash action of the Soviet lead-
ers" in Cuba that in fact brought
last fall's world crisis and, in
effect, has now led to a Soviet
surrender in the form of signing
the test-ban treaty.
"The label of adventurism can-
not be pinned on us," the Chinese
say. There was "no need whatso-
ever to.transport rockets to Cuba
in order to support the Cuban rev-
olution. That was what the Soviet
leaders said in the past, and it is
also what they are saying now ..."
in justification of the withdrawal.
"That being so," the Chinese go
on, "why did you (Khrushchev)
have to ship rockets to Cuba? Was
your purpose really to defend the
Cuban revolution? Would it not be
more correct to say what you did
in the name of defending the Cub-
an revolution was in reality politi-
cal gambling?
Common Sense
"Anyone with common sense will
ask: since the rockets were intro-
duced, why did they have to be
withdrawn afterwards? And inas-

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much as the ;rockets were afte
ward withdrawn, why did ti
have to be earlier introduced?
"According to you, there was
great deal of finesse in first p.
ting them in, and then taking th
out. The withdrawal of the Soi
rockets is said to have gained
exchange a guarantee from t
United States that it would refry
from invading Cuba.
"The Americans have said th
was no such guarantee. You hi
said there was. Do you really 1
lieve that the United States v,
not invade Cuba again? Unfor
nately, you do not seem to hi
much confidence in that.
Leaders Say /
"The Soviet leaders have s
that China was opposed to
withdrawal of the rockets fr
Cuba and to the efforts of the S
viet Union to avert a nuclear w,
This is a completely groundl
statement. We were totally opp
ed to your sending the rockets
then why should we oppose t1;
withdrawal?
"It is understandable you sho
have tried 'to extricate yoursel
from the difficulties of your d
creation. But we were resolut
opposed to your acceptance of t
completely unjustifiable and h
miliating terms which the U.S. h
perialists advanced."
The Chinese go on to give th
opinion of the Soviet venture i.
Cuba.
Capitulation
"The capitulation of the Sov
leaders has inflated the aggressi
ness and arrogance of the imp:
ialists. After the Caribbean c:
is, when the U.S. imperialists s
that their policy of nuclear blac
mail had succeeded, they conch
ed, that Moscow was more afi
of atomic war than Washington
"Just like any fortune huI
who gets a windfall, the U.S.
perialists become overweeniI
arrogant. Now that they fullyt
derstand the weakness of the
viet leaders, they are using b
tough and soft tactics to fo
them into further capitulation.
The Chinese claim that an
ample of "further capitulation
the signing by the Soviet Union
a limited nuclear test-ban tre
with the United States.
The "crucial question" says
king, is "what should be
(Communist) policy in face of E
imperialist nuclear blackmaila
threats- resistance or capitu
tion? We stand for resistance .
and not for "capitulation"
Khrushchev "capitulated to
United States in Cuba last O
ber.
The Chinese contend that R
sin's "peaceful coexistence" is
Smere name for their actual p1
of "capitulation coexistence."
The Chinese emphasize that t
strongly oppose Khrushchev's p:
cies for such reasons, and not
cause he reneged on his 1957 pr
ise to aid China in developing
independent nuclear force.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner State and William
Dr. Fred E. Luchs, Minister
Services-9:30 and 11:15 a.m.
"Where Are You Going?", Dr. Fred E. Luchs.
10:30 a.m. Bible Lecture by Dr. Preston Slosson.
CHURCH SCHOOL, all ages, 9:30 and 11:15
a. m.
STUDENT GUILD, 802 Monroe, telephone 2-
5189.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER
AND CHAPEL
(National Lutheran Council)
Hill Street at South Forest Avenue
Dr. Henry O. Yoder, Pastor.
SUNDAY
9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Worship Services.
7:00 p.m. "University Life-A Time of Ex-
ploration," Dr. Arvo Lohela, Supt. of Flint
Public Schools.
WEDNESDAY-7:30 p.m. Vespers.
BETHLEHEM UNITED CHURCH OF
CHRIST
423 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. Ernest Klaudt, Pastor
Rev. A. C.'Bizer, Associate Pastor
9:30 and 10:45 a.m. Worship Service
9:30 and 10:45 a.m. Church School
7:00 p.m. Student Guild
WEST SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
Meeting at:
Holiday Inn.Motel
Conference Room

ST. ANDREWS CHURCH and the
EPISCOPAL STUDENT
FOUNDATION
306 North Division
Phone NO 2-4097
SUNDAY-
8:00 A.M. Holy Communion.
9:00 A.M. Holy Communion and Sermon
Breakfast at Canterbury House
11 :00 A.M. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
7:00 P.M. Evening Prayer and commentary.
TUESDAY-
9:15 A.M. Holy Communion.
WEDNESDAY-
7:00 A.M. Holy Communion.
FRIDAY-
12:10 P.M. Holy Communion.
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
W. Stadium at Edgewood
Across from Ann Arbor High
John G. Makin, Minister
SUNDAY
10:00 A.M. Bible School
11:00 A.M. Regular Worship
6:00 P.M. Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY
7:30 P.M. Bible Study
Transportation furnished for all services--
Call NO 2-2756
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCI ENTIST
1 833 Washtenow Ave.
For Transportation Call 2-2756
9:30 A.M. Sunday School.
I 1 .A A A' C.- - A~nninnc ri~

UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
AND STUDENT CENTER
(The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod)
1511 Washtenaw Avenue
663-5560
.Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
John Koenig, Vicar
Sunday Services at 9:45 and 1 1:15 a.m. Sept.
8th sermon by Vicar Koenig, "The End of
the Beginning." Holy Communion in both
services.
Sunday at 9:45 and 11:15 a.m. Bible Classes.
Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Gamma Delta, Lutheran
Students, Supper and Program, Panel on
"Making Bull Sessions Constructive."
Monday at 8:00: First Meeting of Pastor's
Class.,
Wednesday at 8:15: Chapel Assembly meet-
ing.
Wednesday at 10:00: Midweek Devotion.
Thursday at 6:00: Married Couples Potluck
Supper.
Friday at 7:00: Chapel Choir.

VINTAGE MUSICALS-Rare and discon-
tinuedoriginal cast recordings avail-
able on tape-Allegro, Me & Juliet,
Pipe Dream (all Rodgers & Hammer-
stein); Of Thee I Sing (Gershwin);
One Touch of Venus, Johnny John-
son (Weill); Where's Charley? (with
Ray Bolger); Wish You Were Here;
many others. Phone 665-8322 for
details. Before noon. W2
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
"WHITE LEVI'S"
SLIM-FITS
4.49
FOR "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Black, brown, loden,
"white, cactus, light blue.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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WESLEY FOUNDATION
602 E. Huron
Director Eugene Ransom
Associate Director Jean Robe
Worship: First Methodist Church, 9:00 and
11:15 a.m.
Sermon: "You Can't Go Home Again," Dr.
Hoover Rupert preaching.
Sunday morning Seminar, Pine Room, 10:15.
Sunday Evening: General Program, Wesley
Lounge, 7:00.
Holy Communion, Wednesday, 7:00 a.m. and
5:10 p.m. in chapel of First Methodist
Church. 6:00 p.m. Graduate Student Supper
and Program.

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