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SUNDAY", APRIL 10, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1960 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

CONFER ON POLITICS:
Anniversary Ends withSeminar,_Talks

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MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

By PAT GOLDEN
The political science department
concluded its fiftieth anniversary
yesterday with a conference semi-
nar and a luncheon meeting.
Prof. V. 0. Key, Ford Founda-
tion research professor, spoke at
the seminar on "Issues and Prob-
lems in Political Science Re-
search." Main speaker at the
luncheon was Prof. James B. Pol-
lock, chairman of the political sci-

ence department. "Our field makes
a basic and fundamental contri-
bution to the democratic process
by training future leaders," he de-
clared.
Need Research
"A recurring problem of re-
search in politics is that of con-
,ucting observations on a scale
adequate enough and in a manner
systematic enough to reach sig-
nificant results," Prof. Key ob-

'U' Senior Officers of Union
Attending Big Ten Conference

The senior officers of the Union
are attending the Big Ten Union
Conference this weekend at the
University of Indiana at Bloom-
ington, Union President Perry W.
Morton, '61, said yesterday.
The conference is designed for
an exchange of ideas concerning
the general philosophy of union
operations and progress.
The participants will discuss
common problems among the

member unions, such as the role
of students in the administration
of union activities, recruiting and
the role of the union in serving
various campus groups.
Through discussion with other
executives, the Union representa-
tives hope to not only offer sug-
gestions for general improvement
of union programs at other schools,
but also to obtain ideas to better
their own program, Morton ex-
plained.

served. He cited the study of Con-
gress as one which deserves more
analysis of this type.
"Our research techniques will
be obsolete within 25 years. More 4
important is the fact that not all
of us will be aware of it," he com-
mented wryly.
He described the debate between
the "great thinkers" and the "in-
dustrious data collectors" as an
empty rivalry, since both skills are
vital. "We need to keep our feet
on the ground with accurate re-
search methods, yet at the same
time we must soar into space with
grand ideas."
Undergraduates need to be
equipped with outlooks and gen-
eral ideas, he continued. "In the
area of public administration
knowledge has been characterized;
by an appreciation of the par-.
ticular rather than a comprehen-
sion of the whole.
Politics Vitals
"Americans have an uncommon F
faith in the inevitability of pro-,
gress," he said. "This is not valid.
Without the dedicated application
of genius and effort, it is safe to
assume the inevitability of lack of
progress."
Prof. Pollock considered the fu-
ture of political science in his
luncheon speech. "In a world of
conflict nothing is so important
as strengthening the political edu- One hundred and five impounde
cation of our future leaders." day morning in an auction sp
Wants More Money Council. Bids ranged from $30
He expressed concern for the Chief Roline Gainsly handling
"unwashed thousands of engineers, those impounded during the firs
art students and music majors who
never take a course in political
science." When these people failP
in administrative or political posi- PROPOSED LAW:
tions, the blame is placed upon
"politics" instead of on the in- - 71 I1
adequacy of their training
"If political science is to retain
its position, it will have to equip In Lo al T
itself better financially so that its L
many functions can be continued
simultaneously.
Part of Education (Continued from Page 1)
Prof. Pollock announced the in-
stitution here, next fall, of the conditions or privilages of the
University affiliate of the Citizen- sale, rental or lease of any such
ship Clearing House, an organiza- publicly assisted housing, or in
tion designed to interest outstand- the furnishing or facilities or ser-
ing college students in practical vices in connection therewith.
partisan politics. Nothing contained in the Chap-
"Despite our responsibility to ter shal be construed toba re

BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. Wi
PERSONAL
CAMPUS PRE-SALE starts tomorrow for
Michigras admission tickets. Ticket
booths will be at the Diag,, Union,
Fishbowl, and Engine Arch. F7
SPIFFY MISTOOK what the booth on
the diag was for! F8
CAMPUS CLOSEUP
Do You Know?
Bob Rosman .................3-8505
Linda Newman ...............5-7711
SHELLY BERMAN coming May 4. Tick-
ets now on sale at Bob Marshall's
Book Shop. Don't delay-get your
tickets right away. F10
MODERN 2 bedroom furnished apt.
close to campus and hospitals for
summer or summer and fall. NO
3-1318. P96
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC
Advice of physician on birth con-
trol. Professional counsel on mar-
riage problems. Clinic hours Tues.
and Thurs. 7:30 to 8. 122 N. 4th
Ave. Call NO 2-9282. P12
BUSINESS SERVICES
PREPARE for the Seders ahead by pur-
chasing Matzo and other fine Pass-
over products at
709 Packard No 2-3175
J37
MAYNARD & SEEGER
WELDERS and
BLACKSMITHI NG
1 09 S. Ashley
NO 8-7403
TYPING in my home. Geraldine Koel-
ler, 111 Worden. NO 3-9585. J61
SPECIAL SALE FOR APRIL ONLY
Compare these 1 yr. Subscription Prices.
Nat'l Our April
Sub. Usual Sale
Magazine Price Price Price
Am Heritage 15.00 12.50 11.50
Audio 4.00 3.00 2.00
Harper's Mag. 6.00 4.50 3.50
High Fidelity 6.00 4.50 3.50
Horizons 18.00 15.30 14.30
Reporter 6.00 4.50 3.50
Venture 7.00 4.75 3.00

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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

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.80
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d bikes were auctioned off yester-
onsored by Student Government
to 30 cents with Deputy Police
the gavel. The bikes sold were
st semester.

3 DAYS
2.00
2.40
2.80

6 DAYS
2.96
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lation complained of and shall set
forth the particulars thereof and
such other information as may be
required by such Commission.
Upon the filing of such complaint,
or upon its own motion whenever
it has reason to believe that any
owner or other person has violated
this Chapter, such Commission
shall exercise its powers and duties
with a view to conciliating the
matter and eliminating any un-
lawful discriminatory practice it

To order4

PROFESSIONAL - UNDERGRADUATE - GRADUATE
College students in good standing at their
own schools may enroll. Application should
be made in advance. All courses have the
same content as in the academic year. Stu-
dents may take full year courses or a com-
bination of single term courses. Credits are
ordinarily transferable to other institutions.
Write to the Dean of Summer Sessions for
Undergraduate Bulletin XX and Application Form.
For information on Graduate and Professional
studies, indicate school of your interest.

or to reqlest quotations

the profession in training gradu-
ates for teaching and research, we
have always considered political
science to be first and foremost a
part of the general and liberal
education," he pointed out.
College Pay
Shows Rise

ligious or denominational insti-
tution or organization, or any or-
ganization operated for charitable
or educational purposes which
nnaratnri 011r~ii e n n vfIOl'

operaed, supervsed or confroend s
by or in connection with a relig- finds to exist.
ious organization, from limiting
admission to or giving perference
to persons of the same religion or Book
denomination or from making ,,

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such organization to promote the
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NEW YORK 3, NEW YORK
Telephone: SPring 7-2000 Ext. 8097 or 8098

Although college and university estbllshed or maintained. N Iit fie?
salaries are 6.6 per cent higher this The provisions of this Chapter
year than last, there still Is a long IhepoionoftsCatr
way to go, the American Associa- shall not apply to any tenant of a "The displays are very interest-
tion of University Professors was housing unit in which he or mem- ing to do, but often take a great
told Friday bers of his family reside, who rents deal of time," Miss Jameson, li-
The national average pay for or leases a room or rooms in such brarian in charge of the Rare Book
fulltime faculty members is $7,960 housing unit to another person or Rm. at the General Library, said
a year or $10,789 for full profes- persons. of the exhibits in the main cor-
sors, $8,124 for associate profes- Any person claiming to be ag- ridor of the Library.
sors, $6,804 for assistant profes- grieved by a violation of sections The current exhibit, entitled
sors, and $5,542 for instructors. 8:52 or 8:53 of this Chapter may "Centennials of 1960," includes
Harvard was the only school to file with the Human Relations materials representing some of the
receive an A rating. The number Commission a complaint which most significant literary, historic,
of B ratings rose from 18 last year shall state the name and address artistic and scientific events which
to 27 this year, while C ratings in- of the owner or other person al- took place in the sixtieth year of
creased from 26 to 59. leged to have committed the vio- each of the last five centuries.

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on any other magazine, call NO
2-3061 before 5:00 P.M.; NO 3-3018
after. J35
SWEATERS made into cardigans or
mended. 620 Church St. Call 3-4619,
J33
Reconditioned Vacuum Cleaners
$15.00 and up
J. LEABU SALES AND SERVICE
322 E. Liberty NO 3-3604
J59
ONE-DAY SERVICE
AT SANFORDS
Shoe Repairing
Hat 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
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT: A Furnished house
or apartment during the months of
July and August or from the middle of
July to the first of September. Must
have two or three bedrooms. Three
adults. L99
GARAGE-vicinity of South Quad. Call
Tom, NO 3-7541, ext. 686. L12
N/ave a WORD~ of FUiN!
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60 Veys s,,*-m $675
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Many touts incvde
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Also low-cost trips to Mexico
$169 up, South America $699 up,
Hawaii Study Tour $598 up and
Around the World $1898 up.

FOR RENT
4 ROOM furnished apt, close to campus
& downtown. Clean, modern, auto-
matic washer and dryer, TV antennae,
off street parking, private entrance.
Call NO 3-5532 after 6 P.M. C97
WANTED TO RENT: A furnished house
or apartment during the months of
July and August or from the middle
of July to the first of September.
Must have two or three bedrooms.
Three adults. C99
ATTRACTIVE furnished efficiency apt.
on Observatory. Available June 15 to
Sept. 15. NO 5-8557, evenings. 098
MODERN building, 480 sq. ft. Fine loca-
tion for barber shop or beauty parlor.
Near parking and bus stop. 840 Main
St., NO 3-9266. C93
SUMMER, well-furnished 3 bdrm. house
to be subleased from June 16-Sept. 1.
One block from campus, parking. Call
NO 3-2871. C94
2 SINGLE ROOMS FOR GIRLS in a
lovely, well-furnished home 1 block
from campus. Linens furnished, free
parking. Call NO 3-2871. C93
MALE STUDENT desires quiet apt. for
next year. Write Louis Feldman, 215
Lloyd W.Q. C86
SUMMER: New, furnished apt. Air con-
ditioned, dishwasher, good for four
or five. Balcony for real air. Etc. Call
NO 5-5130 or NO 2-2877. 088
410 OBSERVATORY near Stockwel,
new 2 bedroom apartments. Immedi-
ate. $135 per month. Call NO 2-7787
or evenings NO 3-2763. C85
839 TPPAN near Bus. Ed. School. 2
bedroom furnished deluxe couple or
4 people. Call days NO 2-7787 or eve-
nings NO 2-4165. C84
TWO ROOM apartment (newly decor-
ated) (Suitable for business or pro-
fessional woman). One block from
Campus (Rackham Bldg.) Wall-to-
wall carpeting, venetian blinds, stove
and refrigerator. Private bath. NO
3-3518 evenings. C79
ACTUALLY on casmpus, 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. HU
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. C35
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 moving out-
Rooms for rent? Apartments for rent?
Do you want a cheap, convenient,
widely read source to publish this in-
formation??????????? then - try the1
MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
NO 2-4786
C42
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
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 &
used tires. Road service-mechanic
on duty.
'You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
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WHITE'S AUTO SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
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SMITH AUTO UPHOLSTERING
Auto and Furniture
Refinished - 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
69

BIKES and SCOOTERS
ZUNDAPP SCOOTER-'58 Vella. Sacri-
Tice for quick Mie. $225. NO 2-5377,
Z3
CUSHMAN SCOOTER or Harley David-'
son cycle. Excellentcondition. Call
NO 3-8111. Zl
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Gold watch with black velvet
'band, between Markley and Nat.' S.
Bldg. Call NO 5-7711, Ext. 6330. A30
TRANSPORTATION
SORRY, I didn't help you today, but
if you need a ride home, to Florida,
Oregon, Tennessee, or even New York
-lust let people know through, the'
Classified ads. Call NO 2-4786 and let
us help you. 030
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
Join Grinnell's
Piano Rental Club
Lessons for 30 days,
piano in your home.
First payment $20
after 30 days only $10 per month.
X45
Record Players and
Tape Recorders
repaired immediately,
Free pickup and delivery.
NO 2-2500
MUSIC CENTER
300S. THAYER
X44
RADIO-PHONO SERVICE
(Pick up and delivery)
Bargain on diamond needle--all types
Hi-Fi kits and service
Pre-recorded tapes, 2 and 4 track
Open 10-6 Monday through Saturday
HI-F ISTUDIO
1319 South University
X4
PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
Ann Arbor Piano & Organ Co.
213 E. Washington NO 3-3109
X1
Service on All
Radios, T.V.'s and Hi-Fi's
All Work Guaranteed
STOFFLET'S RADIO AND TV SERVICE
207 E. Ann NO 8-811
X22
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X4
ORGANS and PIANOS by WURLIT-
ZER, EVERETT, & THOMAS. Mak-
ers, restorers, and dealers of rare
violins and bows. Also GUITARS and
BRASS INSTRUMENTS.
Sales - Service - Rentals - Lessons
MADDY MUSIC
209 E. Liberty. NO 3-3395
X40
FOR SALE
'58 CONSUL 4-door sedan, like new, w.s.
27 m.p.gal. 4-cyl. o.v. 60 hp. HU2-508
B4i
MIDNIGHT BLUE tuxedo, brand new,
size 37-38. Call 3-4187, ask for Merv.
B46
FOR SALE: Two male Siamese cats. One
blue point, one seal point. About fIve
months old. Call NO 2-9020. B44
IRCA 3 speed portable Hi Fl. New motor
and diamond. Perfect condition. Best
offer above $60. Call evenings NO
2-8371. B41
STUDENTS-I will give you a 25% dis-
count on a name brand portable type-
writer, backed by Ann Arbor's most
reputable office supply company. For
demonstration, call Ralph Frederick,
3-3839, 5-9 evenings. B44
MISCELLANEOUS
AROUND SOUTH AMERICA, July 4th
to August 5th, Panama, Quito, Lima,
Cuzco, Macchu Pichu, Santiago, Bue-
nos Aires, Montevideo, Sao Paulo,
Iguassu Falls, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia,
Caracas. Followed by optional two
weeks in Guatemala, Mexico, or the
caribbean area. See all the sights;

meet leaders in all countries; lectures
and discussions. Leader: DR. HUBERT
HERRING, author "Good Neighbors,"
"A History of Latin America," etc. Ad-
dress him: 763 Indian Hill Boulevard,
Claremont, California. M
JUNE GRADUATES -Commencement
Announcement orders will be taken
April 4-8 at S.A.B. 9:00 A.M.-5 P.M.
M49
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr Pat-
terson,and Auld Co., 1209 South Uni-
versity. NO 8-8887. FF9

Choose from t he y m ost becoming
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Above--Ta ilored clas-
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Right lightly fitted spring topper. 29.95
Tehga type wool nervy
and pastels at 49.95. The left cropped jack- ;
The chic carry-all bag et is semifitted on this
can be patent at 4.00yti slim skirted check wool
or tapestry at 7.95.n in pastel and beige at
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Wea r r ites shor tie
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Andy Anderson - Dick Tilkin -
Blaser - Kingsmen - Ray Louis
Larry Kass plus many others. Phor
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