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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1960

THE MICHIGAN IlAIl.V

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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN:
May Extend Sigma Cli Time Limit

Snod grass Discusses
Poets, Readers, Ideas

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By RALPH KAPLAN
MADISON - Sigma Chi fra-
ternity may be granted a non-re-
newable time extension to remove
its discrimination clause at the
University of Wisconsin.
The special extension, subject
to ,approval of the board of re-
gents, would give Sigma Chi until
Aug. 1, 1961 to change the "white
only" phraseof its national con-
stitution. The national conven-
tion meets every other summer
and will not meet this summer.
The extension does state, how-
ever, that from September 10,
1960 until the removal of the
phrase, Sigma Chi may not par-
ticipate in all-campus or inter-
fraternity athletic contests or so-
cial events. The University had
originally set a Sept. 1960 time
limit for removal of clauses.
The fraternity is also forbidden
from pledging anyone during the
spring of 1961 and is required to
inform all rushees of its proba-
tionary status
Most of the discussion of the
resolution was concerned with
whether or not it was consistent
with the University's original
time-limit ruling.
The chairman of the University
human rights committee said he
thought the extension "could be
granted without suggesting a
weakening in the . determination
of this faculty."
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IOWA CITY - The University
of Iowa Student Council has
agreed not to include time limits
ln their final ruling on fraternity
discrimination.
An Interfraternity Council plan
called for a committee of seven
members from the council and
Panhellenic Association w h i c h
would coordinate efforts of affili-
ated groups to remove restrictive
clauses from their constitutions.
This committee would also de-
mand proof from local chapters
with discriminatory clauses In"
their constitutions that they are
voting and working to have them
removed.
The Council also passed a reso-
lution to establish a four-man
To S
Union M-DayV
Michigan-Day, which will be{
held March 18, will be sponsoreda
by the University Affairs Com-
mittee of the Union and the Uni-
versity Admissions Office.
The chairman of the University
Affairs Committee is John Ross,
'61, and the chairman of Michi-
gan-Day is Myron Herzog, '62.r
Approximately 130 people from
junior colleges from Michigan
will be coming to the University
to tour schools of their choice.t
They will be given counseling ats
the individual schools and will at-t
tend a luncheon with Vice-Presi-e
dent of Student Affairs James A.r
Lewis as the main speaker.
There will be a bus tour of the1
campus following the luncheon.t

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committee to set up an education-
al program for the removal of
discriminatory clauses.
An article has appeared in
"U.S. News and World Report"
which was critical of moves at
several campuses to abolish com-
pulsory ROTC.
The article pinpoints attacks on

Chairmen
Of Weekend
Appointed
Frosh-Weekend central commit-
tees were announced last night by
the League Interviewing and Nom-
inating Committee.
Suzanne Rosenfeld will head the
Blue Team and Lynne Friedman
will be general chairman of the
Maize Team, Sue Hodge, '60, com-
mittee chairman, announced.
Other central committee mem-
bers from the Blue Team include
Margaret Skiles, assistant general
chairman; Debra Horwitz, public-
ity; Phyllis Lerman, decorations;
Dale Brown, assistant decorations;
Louise Hindley, floorshow; Julie
Gordon, assistant floorshow; and
Martha Frost, productions.
Deborah Davidson, assistant
productions chairman; Sue Sha-
piro, finance; Sandy Gilden, tick-
ets; Sue Watson, programs; Lau-
rie Lipman, patrons; and Sandye
Starman, awards and judges, com-
plete the Blue Team central com-
mittee.
The Maize Team will have Mary
Laurie Gossett as assistant general
chairman; Carla Schwartz, pub-
licity; Carol Kaufman, assistant
publicity; Joyce Jumisco, decora-
tions; Ann Donnell, assistant dec-
orations; Barbara Bercutt, floor-
show; and Shirley Chattman,
assistant floorshow chairman.
Ronna Bergman, productions
chairman; Pat Reiter, assistant
productions; Winia Morrison, fi-
nance; Myrna Hurwitz, tickets;
Joanne Steiner, programs; Joyce
Lieberman, patrons; and Linda
Newman, awards and judges chair-
man, round out the Maize Team
Central Committee.
The first central committee
meeting will be held at 4 p.m.
Thursday in the Henderson Rm.
of the League, Miss Hodge an-
nounced. Frosh Weekend is sched-
uled for April 29 and 30.
Arhtt Beer
To Lecture
Abraham Beer, French archi-
tect in this country, under the
sponsorship of the Ford Founda-
tion will present a lecture today
entitled "Civilization at the Cross-

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the compulsory program at Mich-
igan State, Ohio State, California
and Wisconsin. The article states
that moves to abolish compulsory
ROTC on these campuses "is ex-
pected to set off a chain reaction
on many other campuses with
far-reaching effects on the train-
ing of officers for United States
armed forces."
The article claims that the
Army has fought a "losing battle"
with the Defense Department to
come out strongly in favor of
compulsory ROTC. Army Secre-
tary Wilbur M. Brucker has said
that "the Army needs compulsory
programs or it won't get the ne-
cessary number of officers.
Recently, however, the Defense
Department has adopted a
"hands-off" attitude. Charles C.
Finucane, Assistant Secretary of
Defense for manpower, has stated
that "the determination of policy
will continue to be left up to the
authorities at the educational in-
stitution concerned."

Poets do say what they mean,a
but they make their message so
interesting and valuable that
people just won't listen, poet and
critic W. D. Snodgrass of Wayne
State University said yesterday.
"Most people prefer writing
that is dull, and so most writing
is intentionally dull," he said.
"It's chief aim is the domination
of the reader's spirit by the writ-
er, or by those who pay him.
Intelligence Dulled
"This is best accomplished by
dulling the reader's intelligence,
his ability to discriminate, to
make his own choice. This is true,
of course,, not only of such writ-
ten material as newspapers, nov-
els and magazines, but of all
forms of communication - radio,
television, movies and nine-tenths
of the talking done by merchants,
teachers and parents."
To all of this the genuine artist
is constantly opposed, Prof. Snod-
grass said.

"He always says something we
have not heard before, and sug-
gests possibilities. This makes him
suspect, if not actually hated, for
we resist anything new with ter-
rible ferocity.
"This resistance is understand-
able ... There is at least a strong
possibility that no idea works all
the time . ..
Ideas Feared
But if we fear a new idea be-
cause it implies freedom of vision,
we fear even more the new person
who implies freedom of choice,
Prof. Snodgrass said.
Unfortunately for the writer, he
will always have to frighten
people, he continued. "He can say
nothing worth hearing unless he
says something new and different.
"And he can do that only if he
has a new idea, a new set of de-
tails and facts or a new style - a
new way of talking which symbo-
lizes a new and different person."

TRANSPORTATION
RIDE WANTED to OKLAHOMA CITY
during Spring vacation - will share
expenses. Call NO 5-2585 after 7 P.M.
038
DRIVER NEEDED - To drive Hillman
auto from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to Ann
Arbor within next thirty days. Gas,
oil paid. Call or write. Mrs. Courtney
Draz, 2772 N.E. 37th Drive, Ft. Lauder-
dale. LOgan 6-1225. 037
RIDERS to Calif. wanted for Spring
vacation. Must be male and able to
drive. Call NO 3-3491. G34
SORRY, I didn't help you today, but
if you need a ride home, to Florida,
Oregon, Tennessee, or even New York
-just let people know through the
Classified ads. Call NO 2-4786 and let
us help you. 030
4 GIRLS want ride to Youngstown in-
terchange or Sharon, Pa. or general
area for Fri. the 25th. Martha, 3332
Markley. 035
RIDERS to California wanted for Spring
vacation. Must' be male and able to
drive. Call NO 3-3491. * 036
FOR RENT
LARGE ROOM, double or single. Linens
and cleaned weekly. NO 2-8718. C75
LARGE ROOM, single or double. Linens
and cleaned weekly. NO 2-8718.
C74
ACTUALLY on campus, clean 5 rooms
furnished. NO 3-5947. C20,
CAMPUS ROOMS for men, reasonable.
Linens furnished. NO 3-4747. C17
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS-Modern
apartment, 514 S. Forest. Also room.
NO 2-1443. C25
LARGE ROOM, single 8 per week. lUi
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road./ C35
FOR RENT: Quiet, pretty, furnished
apt. for 2, 1 bedroom, good heat, near
campus. NO 5-8516. C53
GIRL WANTED to share spacious apart-
ment close to campus next semester.
Call NO 5-7616 after 5 p.m. C67
DO YOU HAVE boarders movihg out-
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Do you want a cheap, convenient,
widely read source to publish this in-
formation??????????? then - try the
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BUSINESS SERVICES

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Political -Science Graduate Round
Table discussion of "Some Perspectives
on Congressional Representation" led
by Warren E. Miller and Donald E.
Stokes, members of the University of
Michigan Political Science Department,
on Thurs., March 17, at 8:00 p.m. in
Rackham Assembly Hall.
Dr. Simon Williams, member of the
Board of Trustees of the Scandinavian
Seminar, will be ,visiting the campus
Thurs., March 17. Dr. Williams will be
glad to see any student interested in
the Seminar's Program for a year's
study in the Scandinavian countries,
Dr. Williams will hold office hours from
3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Thurs. afternoon in
the Freshman - Sophomore Counselors
Office, 1213 Angell Hall.
Placement Notices
Summer Placement:
Mrs. Robert Brinekert of the Huron
Valley Girl Scout Council will interview
for the following counselors: A.C.I.T.
Director and Asst. Director, must be
over 21. A Nurse, Unit Leaders, Water-
front Director, Canoeing Instructors,
Cabin Counselors. She will be there
Friday morning from 9 to 12.
Jackson Cnty. Girl Scout Council,
Camp O' The Hills at Wamplers Lake,
Mich. will interview Tuesday., March 22
and Thursday, March 24 from 1 to 5
p.m. Maude Herman, Camp Director will
interview for Program Director, Unit
Leaders. Waterfront Director, Nurse,
Business Manager, Handyman and Kit-
chen Helper.
New Jersey Y.M.C.A. Weldon Hester,
Executive Director, will interview March
24 and 25th at the Summer Placement
Service. Mr. Hester wants a Nature
Director, Trips and Hikes Director,
Canoe Trip Director, Photographer, 2
foreign student directors, Village Head
Counselors, Waterfront Asst., etc.
Placement:
The Detroit Civil Service Commission
is still looking for Playleaders and
Swimming instructors. You must have
your Sr. Life Saving Certificate and
prove that you can swim. Examinations
will be given during Spring Vacation at
the City-County Bldg.
The Summer Placement is in Room
D528 of the S.A.B. and is open every
afternoon and Friday morning,
THURSDAY, MARCH 17
General Mills, Inc., Central Research
Labs, Minneapolis, Minn, will be inter-
viewing for: (1) Person with min. of
B.A. degree in social science (MA pre-
ferred) with extensive practical experi-
ence and research interest in consumer
testing and questionnaire construction
in industry. (2) Two project Assts. who
have completed grad work through MS
degree level, academic background must
include course work related to market-
ing and consumer research, experience
in marketing or consumer research
highly desirable; (3) Market Analyst,I
prefer MA in field of Bus. Admin. with
a concentration in the fields of mar-
keting and marketing research, experi-
ence not necessary but desirable; (4)1
and for persons with Ph.D. in Psych. or1
Soc., must have ability to determine
independent programs and work easilyf
with a wide range of Research person-I
nel, must have direct and applicable1
experirence in the marketing or consu-I
mer research field. Call Ext. 3371 for anI
interview information,[
INTERVIEWS:
The following companies will inter-f
view at the Bureau of Appointments,t
4001 Admin. Bldg. Call Ext. 3371 for an
interview appointment.
Monday, March 21t
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Chicago, Il-t
linois. Location of Work-Midwest; Cans
refer applications anywhere in the U.S.t
Graduates-June, August. The Girl
Scout organization is a partnership oft
volunteers and professional workers.p
The volunteers set the policies and ad-S
minister the program, and the profes-e
sional workers and other employed stafft

roads."
The'lecture
pnm. in the
torium.

will be held at 3:30
Architecture Audi-

implement the volunteers' work. Wo-
men with a degree in Economics, Po-
litical Science, English, Sociology, Psy-
chology, Anthropology or Education for
Junior Executive Positions. The Pro-
gram begins with initial orientation
training in helping people to work to-
gether, working with volunteers to set
and achieve goals, and financing-in-
cluding budgeting. There are many and
varied activities with the Girl Scouts
including onportunities overseas after
you have experience as a professional
worker, Please come in and look over
their brochures if you are interested
in this program.
The Ohio Oil Co., Findlay, Ohio. Lo-
cation of work, Findlay, Ohio. Gradu-
ates-June. The Ohio Oil Company
produces, explores, transports, refites,
and markets its products. 1. Men with
a B.S. or M.S. in Mathematics for Pro-
cedures Research Department (Data
Processing equipment and program-
ming). 2. Women with a degree in Lib-
eral Arts with typing and/or shorthand
for Secretarial Positions.
The Ohio Oil Co., Findlay, Ohio. Lo-
cation of work-Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin. Grad-
uates-February, June. Ohio Oil pro-
duces, explores, transports, refines, and
markets its products. Men with a de-
gree in Liberal Arts or Business Ad-
ministration end 3 hours of Account-
ing for Marketing Training Program.
The program consists of ten months of
on-the-job training in 12 to 14 differ-
ent locations and assignments through-
out their six state marketing area. Two
types of salesmen-1. Dealer Represen-
tatives sell ideas to promote sales
through 2800 service stations; 2. Con-
sumer Salesman is a direct salesman
who contacts operators of automobile
and truck fleets, industrial consumers.
large farm accounts and operators of
independently owned service stations.
Travelers Insurance Company, Hart-
ford. Connecticut. Location of Work-
Detroit, Hartford, (home office) or offi-
ces thrclughout the U. S. Graduates-
June, August. The company writes all
kinds of insurance and bonds com-
monly obtainable, The policies cover
individuals and groups and corporates
property and other assets against sub-
stantially every insurance loss. Men &
women with a degree in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for the fol-
lowing divisions: Actuarial, Claim,
Sales & Service, Underwriting, or Ad-
ministration. In most cases, training
combines formal instruction with on-
the-job rotation through various as-
pects of the work.
Girl Scouts of the U..A.-See Mon.
days listings,
U. S. Marine Corps Reserves, Jack-,
son, Michigan. The Reserve Represen-
tatives will be at the Michigan Union
between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4
p.m. Men interested in fulfilling their1
military obligation. Enlistments avail-
able in the six month program. Serve
six (6) months on active duty and theE
remaining obligation fulfilled by at-
tending one (1) week end drill pert
month and a two (2) week period each
year at summer camp.t
The Times-Mirror Company, Los An-
geles, California. Location of work-1
Los Angeles, California. Graduates-
June, August. Newspaper publishingc
and commercial printing. Men with a(
Master's degree (MA) in Economics forC
Management Training Program. The
program consists of a job rotation
plan with the first assignment to one
of the major departments. Later each
trainee will be assigned on the basis ofj
education, background, and aptitude
to a specific department.
Household Finance Corporation, De-
troit, Michigan. Location of work-
Chicago, Illinois. Graduates-June. Na-
ture of business: consumer finance (the
supplying of installment cash loans to
the general public). Men with a degree
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-
tration for Management Training Pro-
gram. The Program consists of a three
year training of on-the-job training inf
every phase of a branch office opera-
tion. The path of progress is as fol-
lows: Trainee, Assistant Branch Of-
fice Manager, Branch Office Manager,
Home Office or Area Headquarters Ex-
ecutive for Operating Department or
Staff Department such as Advertising,
Public Relations, Personna, etc.
Campbell Soup Company, Napoleon,
Ohio. Location of work-Napoleon,
Ohio. Graduates-February or June.
Food Processing. Men with a degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administra-
tion for Management Training Pro-
gram.
Michigan Bell Telephone Company,
Detroit, Michigan. Location of work-
Michigan. Miss Phillips can refer your
application to any Bell Telephone Sys-
tem throughout the U. S. Nature of
business: provides telephone and other
communication services within their
territories and plans, constructs, and

maintains the facilities required, oper-
ates them, and is responsible for busi-
ness contacts with customers and gen-
eral public. Women with a degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administration
for Management Training Program.
The program consists of a two year
training period during which time the
trainee receives on-the-job training in
Comptroller Division. Women with a
degree in Liberal Arts or Business Ad-
ministration for various positions as:
Public Contact Work, Service Repre-
sentatives. Women with a degree in
Mathematics or Accounting for Train-
ing Program. Women with a degree in
Liberal Arts or Business Administra-
tion for Service Representatives lead-
ing to Management Positions.
Department of the Treasury.
Student Part-Time
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
Academic Personnel Office, Room 1020
Administration Building, during the
following hours: Monday through Fri-
day, 1:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
dents for part-time work should con-
tact Jim Stempson, Student Inter-
viewer at NRrmandy 3-1511, extension
2939.
Male
3 Meal jobs.
2 Salesmen for rug cleaning company,
(15-20 hrs. per week.)
2 Rooms in exchange for yard and
housework.
1 Chem Lab. Assistant (chemistry ma-
jor senior or grad.)
I Lab. Dishwasher.
1 Desk clerk (mostly weekends.)
Female
1 Typist (full-time for 3-4 weeks.)
1 Typist (20 bra. per week.)
1 Lab. Dishwasher.

C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly ,service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & guaranteed. See
us for the best price on new &
use dtires. Road service-mechanic
on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 8. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
81$
WHITE'S AUTO SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 Snuth State NO 2-3350
82

Organization
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SMITH AUTO UPHOLSTERING
Auto and Furniture
Aeflnished -Reupholstered
Convertible Tops
NO 3-8644
YAHR'S MOTOR SALES
Bumping and Painting
Used Cars Bought and Sold
NO 3-4510
Both at 507 S. Ashley
e9
Protect your car 1 i
* Fall Changeover
" Antifreeze
" Winter Lubrication
Complete Tune-up Service Available
GOLDEN'S
SERVICE STATION
801 Packard NO 8-9429
83
HELP WANTED-Male

Most frames replaced
while you wait.
Broken lenses duplicated.
FAST service on all repairs.
240 NICKELS ARCADE
NO 2-9116 NO 8-6019
J21
Are you lost in the crowd?
Is that your trouble buble?
Be an Individualist and be out of it!
Join the other outs at Ralph's.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
(Just two doors from the Blue Front)
J39
GERMAN & FRENCH coaching for doc-
toral candidates. Experienced Swiss
tutor. Call NO 3-2927. J32
TYPING: Theses, term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
J11
Reconditioned Vacuum Cleaners
$15.00 and up
J. LEABU SALES AND SERVICE
322 E. Liberty NO 3-3804
)J59
ONE-DAY SERVICE
AT SANFORDS . . .
Shoe Repairing
Hs't Cleaning
Tailoring
Pressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
Open 'Til 8 P.M. --
Also Sundays & Holidays
(Opposite court house since 1927)
NO 8-6966
J2
Special Offers
March 1960
Atlantic--8 mos...............$3.00
Sat. Eve. Post-37 wks..........$2.97
Esquire-8 mos. ...................$2.00
Holiday-15 mos. .................3.75
New Republic-9 mos. ............$3.00
New Yorker-8 mos............$3.00
Time, Life, Sports Illus., and News-
week less than $.09 per copj
STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
Call NO 2-3061
J31
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
RECORD SALE ON
NAME BRAND LABELS.
QUALITY
DIAMOND NEEDLES.
MUSIC CENTER

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Congregational Disciples B & R Stud.
Guild, Social Action Luncheon, Mar. 16,
12 Non, 52 Tompson.
R M
Intern'tl Polk Dancers, Folk Dancing
and Instruction, Mar. 16, 8 p.m., Lane
Hall.
Lutheran Stud. Assoc., Lenten Vespers,
Mar. 16, 7:15 p.m., Hill St. & S. Forest
Ave.
* " *
Newman Club, Christian Marriage"
Series "Morality of Birth Control," Mar,
16, 8 p.m., Newman Club Center.
Stud. Activities Bldg. Admin., Desk
Space Available on 2nd Floor of SAB.
Organizations Interested in Space, Con-
tact Stuart Dow, Rm. 2535, SAB by Mail

FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Brand new Royalite t
writer, $45 or. any good offer.
5-5817, call anytime.
3-SPEED record player. Reasonable,
5-6088, if no answer NO 8-6377.
1959 MORRIS MINOR, $975. NO 3.4
after 5:30 P.M.
LIFE
Student-faculty price
21 weeks ... ....«....$1.91
1 year .... ......$4.00
(Reg. price .......$5.95 for 1 yea
Student Periqdical Agency
NO 2-3061
STUDENTS-I will give you a 25%
count on a name brand portable t3
writer, backed by Ann Arbor's o
reputable office supply company;
demonstration, call Ralph Fredei
3-839, 5-9 evenings.
PERSONAL
RONALD PETERS:
Repeat performance tonight. 3
hind Mary Markley.
Linda R.
YOU TOO CAN GET IN' MY PANT
New Bogner stretch ski pants, gl
size 10 regular, black; worn
Must sell at great loss, broke leg. t
N4O 3-1561, 5036 Stockwell.
CAMPUS CLOSEUPS
Do you know?
Ellen Eisenberg...........3-18
Stan O'Brien Prankel ....3-41
JGP's this weekend - see itlI "W
Can You Loose?"
WANTED: Edward B. Tylor's ANTHF
POLOGY, Thinker's Library edits
Volumes I and IL Write Vera >
Williams, Administration Dept., U
versity of Michigan Press, 412 M
nard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Where's the DIR'Y SHIRT?
If we have moved up at a
out of the darkness, it is be
cause the few have dared t
walk ahead in the sun."
Anna Spence

8-6234

DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS AUDITORIUM
BEAUX ARTS TRIO
OF NEW YORK
March 20, 8:30 P.M.
MURRAY LEWIS DANCE CO
April 2, 8:30 P.M.
Student Tickets Available'
Call Detroit TE 2-7676

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Excellent CAREER Opportunity
Detroit, Ann Arbor residents, mar-
ried or engaged male graduating
seniors or grad students, any field.
Write Box 1, Michigan Daily. Y1
LOST AND FOUND

by Mar. 18, FOUND: Record album,
~State. 207 Alen Rumsey,
Stud. Marketing Club, Meeting, Mar.
16, 7:30 p.m., Bus. Ad., Rm. 131. Speak-
er: J. Murphy, Mngr. of Prod. Plann. & LOST: In Mason Hall, a
Coord.: "Product Planning and Co- briefcase. Call anytime,
ordination."

Madison and
NO 2-4401.
A32
light colored
NO 5-5817.
A33

300 S. Thayer St.

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GRI NNELL'S
Grixrnell Special RCA Stereo Records
reg. $4.98 on sale at $2.79
reg. $5.98 on sale at $3.29
Grinnell 12 base Electric Chord Organ
reg. $99.50 on sale at $69.50
Magnavox Stereo Phono-Console
reg. $199.50 on sale at $150.00
(walnut & oak slightly higher)
Grinnell March of Progress Special--
Grinnell Clayton Piano 'on sale for
$495.00

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NO 2-5667
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THE BARN - A Bohemian type coff
house with a Jazz atmosphere. Frida
and Saturday nights 9-1 P.M. Locati
on Pontiac Trail 3 miles past An
Arbor city limits. Featuring Oma
Clay, Bob James and Peewee Jon
(Jazz Trio). F
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