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ANN ARBOR-Gifts, grants and
bequests totalling $565,956 were
accepted by the Regents of The
University of Michigan Friday
(May 20).
Largest amount came from the
estate of Mildred Weed Goodrich.
The Regents accepted $341,714.20
representing the cash portion of
the University's distributive share
of the estate. Three equal endow-
ment funds will be established
with the money. One of these will
be the Ernest Weed Goodrich Re-
search Fund with income to be
used for study of various strains
of streptococci, and other medical
research. Another will be the
Mildred G o o d r i c h Scholarship
Fund, income from which is to be
used for the scholarships in engi-
neering. The third fund will be
the Ernest P. Goodrich Research,
Fund with the income to be used
for research in engineering. The
U-M also will receive securities
from the estate which are to be
divided equally among the three
funds.
From the Carnegie Corporation
of New York the Regents accepted
$72,000 in two grants. A $57,000
grant is for research on the econo-
mic consequences of disarmament,
and one of $15,000 represents the
final payment on a grant for the
support of the Center for Japa-
nese Studies.
There were two grants from the
National Fund for Medical Edu-
cation, with one of $59,640 for

general support of the Medical
School's educational program. The
second grant was for $2,000 and
represents the first payment on a
grant of $7,500 for medical re-
search.
The Inter-University Committee
on Travel Grants, has given $19,-
800 to establish the Russian Study
Tour Fund under the direction of
Prof. Deming Brown. This fund is.
to provide an intensive course in
third-year Russian to a group of
20 undergraduate students who
will be selected from the Ameri-
can college student body at large
after which these students will
travel in the Soviet Union for a
month of - additional language
training. The project is aimed at
determining the linquistic achie-
vement of the group before and
after the tour.
From American Cancer Society,
Michigan Division, Inc., the Re-
gents accepted $13,861.57 from the
society's Montcalm County Divi-
sion for The University of Michi-
gan Cancer Research Institute.
Dow Chemical Company .has;
made a grant of $11,550 repre-
senting the final payment on a
five-year program .for support of
research on insects.
There were four contributions
to the Edgar A. Kahn Neurosur-
gery Fund with $5,000 coming
from the Aaron MeIxdelson Trusts,
(representing the second annual
installment on a $15,000 grant),

$200 from the Holter Company,
$166.16 from Dr. Richard C. Sch-
neider and $50 from Arthur M.
Rickel.
There were three grants total-
ing $4,500 for the Pharmacy Re-
search Bu11 d i n g Construction
Fund. John Helfman gave $2,500;
Squibb Institute for Medical Re-
search gave $1,000; and Walgreen;
Drug Stores also gave $1,000.
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has
given $3,825 to establish fellow-
ships for engineers in the first
year of graduate study.
From the American Association
for the Comparative Study of
Law, Ins., the Regents accepted
$3,000 to provide clerical assist-
ance in the publication of the
Comparative Law Journal.
Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical
Corporation has given $2,500 for a
graduate fellowship in the field
of business administration.
Upjohn Company has made a
grant of $2,400 for research in
bacteriology by Dr. Arthur G.
Johnson.
Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.
has given a total of $2,350 with
$750 for an undergraduate schol-
arship and $1,600 for a fellowship
in engineering.
The Regents accepted $1,900
from Research Corporation as a
grant in aid for the research pro-
gram of Michael M. Martins, an
instructor in chemistry, in reac-
tions of 1, 3 Dialkoxy Radicals.
This research is designed to test
the possibility of interconversion
of high energy intermediates -
Ray L; Potter has given $1,875
for the Clarence M. Burton Memo-
rial Scholarship.
From the Lower Michigan Pulp-
wood Research Association, Inc.,
the Regents accepted $1,541 repre-
senting the second quarterly pay-
ment for research by the School
of Natural Resources.
Hoffman - LaRoche Inc. has
given $1,500 for a study of Tarac-
tan in the treatment of patients
with symptoms of depression.
There were grants totalling $1,-
300 made for the Faculty Research
Fund in Personnel Administration..
The donors were: Detroit Bank
and Trust Co., $350; Michigan Bell
Telephone Co., $500; Cleveland
Electric Illuminating Co., $250;
and King-Seeley Division of King-
Seeley Corp., $200.
From Hartz Mountain Products
Corporation the Regents accepted
$1,000 to support the publications
and distribution of "Comparative
Medicine in Transition," the pro-
ceedings of the Institute of Veter-
inary Public Health Practice which
was held at the U-M School of
Public Health.
An anonymous donor has given
$1,000 to establish the Olive Cox
Sleeper Memorial Fund for the aid
of students in the College of Archi-
tecture and Design.

BUSINESS PERSONAL
NEWS LETTERS-Convention Reports
-Summer Rushing helps, mailing
service - Multilithed - attractive -
inexpensive. The Edwards Letter
Shop. FF16
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. FF99
FOR THE BEST IN MUSIC It's Johnny
Harberd - Bob Elliot - Boll Weevils -
Andy Anderson - Dick Tilkin - Al
Blaser - Kingsmen - Ray Louis -
Larry Kass plus many others. Phone
THE BUD-MOR AGENCY. NO 2-6362.
FF100
EUROPEAN TOURS, '60. 45 days, 9
countries including Oberammergau
Passion Play & Olympics, if desired.
All for $705. For details write West-
ropa, Box 2053, Ann Arbor. FF1
FOR SALE
100 FT. FENCE $20, washer $25, elec.
stove $30, refrig. $40, bureau, other
items. NO 3-2373. B86
LG. STUDIO COUCH, arm chair, otto-
man, TV set (Zenith), new electric
stove & refrigerator. NO 5-5380. B85
MARTIN 00018 Guitar less than 1 year
old. NO 8-8463. B82
SAILBOAT-Moth Class. This boat is in
fine condition. Trailer. Will sacrifice.
HU 2-5945. B81
WOMAN'S BIKE, English Racer. Good
condition. 3 yrs. old. NO 5-6776. B79
UNION Air-Flight ticket to Europe,
$300 for round-trip.5Call NO 3-1511,
Ext. 600 or NO 3-6756, Heday. B80
FOR SALE: 1 brown tweed suit prac-
tically new; 46 long. Best offer takes.
Call NO 2-5877. B78
30 BEAUTIFUL, clean formals $10, $15.
Others $3-$10. 4 tuxedos $10 ea. Near-
ly New Shop, 311 College Place, Ypsi-
lanti, HU 2-7678. B75
MOBILE HOME, Landola, 32'x8'. Excel-
lent condition, $1,200.00. Parked on
permanent lot, with cement runners
and patio. Inquire in person at Or-
chard Grove Trailer Park. See James
Tenniswood. Evenings and weekends.
B76
SET OF 3 Wilson woods. Good condi-
tion. NO 2-2708. B74
BIKES and SCOOTERS
MOTORCYCLE: 1957 Triumph Tiger
cub. Excellent for speed in city, also
rugged for Arb, etc. Only $325. NO
3-0262. 'Z35
1958 LAMBRETTA, 5000 miles, good con-
dition, 2 seats, windshield, book car-
rier, extra tire. $170. Call NO 2-0761,
after 6 p.m. Z34
ZUNDAPP SCOOTER-'58 Vella. Sacri-
fice for quick sale. $225. NO 2-5377.
Z30
FOR RENT
SUMMER SUBLET-3 room furnished
basement apartment with washing
machine and dryer. 3 minutes from
diag. Price to be arranged. Call NO
2-4401, 441 Michigan House. C85
FOR SUMMER: most attractive modern
apt. in Ann Arbor for 4. -air condi-
tioned, near campus and hospital.
Call NO 3-8628. C57
3 APTS. on Hill St.: furnished, all utili-
ties included, attic for 3 or 4 boys,
2nd floor apt. for 1 or 2 boys, base-
ment apt. for 3 or 4. NO 8-9538 during
day and after 8:30 NO 2-3512. C81

USED CARS
1960 RED SPRITE, 2,500 miles. Must
sell due to departure in June. NO
5-5380. N52
1959 Ghina conv. 10 mos. old, W.W. & H
Perfect cond. Call NO 2-8186. N51
'59 HILLMAN. Fine condition. Ideal eco-
nomical family car. Leaving country,
must sell. Call NO 5-6824. N50

SPECIAL
TEN-DAY
RATE
.39
.47

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

3315 4th Ave.

NO 2-2541
N48

HEY SPORT!i!
M.G. 1951 - completely overhauled,
new top; black with green leather
upholstry. A-1 condition. See at 2254
Belmont Road, 5-8 P.M. N49
1958 FORD FAIRLANE, clean, four door,
radio, heater, Fordomatic, original
owner. Univ. Ext. 2668, Frank Womer
or NO 5-5895. N46
'55 BUICK, exc. cond., new batt., nylon
seat cov., tires. $745. Going to Europe.
NO 5-8188 (5-7 P.M.). N45
1956 CHEVROLET V-8 convertible with
power, R&H, WSW, $800. Call NO
8-6634 after 6. N42
HILLMAN MINX, excellent condition,
excellent buy. Owner leaving coun-
try. Phone NO 3-1439. N44
1956 4 DR. PLYMOUTH. White-wall
tires, power steering and brakes; auto-
matic transmission. Call NO 3-1741.
N41
FOR SALE: 1951 Jaguar XK120 road-
ster - convertible. Good condition,
must sell. $850. NO 3-3131. N37
NASH METROPOLITAN - 1958, excel-
lent condition, 20,000 miles, radio,
snow tires new this winter. Donald
Robbins, 436 Third Street. 9 N3
TRAVELING? Sleep in the back of this
1952 Ford station wagon and cut costs.
Has overdrive for good mileage. $250.
See at 1608 Brooklyn. N33
VW-clean, sunroof, radio, belts, new
WSW, $900, NO 3-3893. N35
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 iti"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
1
WHITE'S AUTO SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
82
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
89
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Ride to Warren Exit, Ohio
Turnpike, May 29 or 30. 6210 Markley.
Cathy McMillin.- G60

LUXURIOUS SUMMER living: One man
Ineeded to share six rm. fully turni-
ished ranch house. Excellent oppor-
tunity to live right. NO 5-7314. E62
RM. AT 1319 HILL, linen furn. $5 per
week. NO 2-6422. E27
LIVE IN a fraternity house this sum-
mer. TV, off-street parking, quiet.
Linens furnished. Only $6 a week.
Call now, NO 3-3474. E25
CAMPUS LOCATION, male students,
large single rooms or a 2 room suite.
Bargain summer rates. Also available
for fall rental. Phone Mr. Plotner
days NO 2-0035, evenings NO 8-6205.
E24
WANTED: Boarders for summer. Ex-
cellent food. Call Mrs. Griffee, NO
5-5703. E23
ROOM FOR summer or school year, twin
beds, linen furnished, large closet.
Phone NO 8-7697 after 5. E21
2 SINGLE ROOMS for men at 314 N.
Thayer. Phone NO 3-5400 after 5 P.M.
E20
WANTED TO RENT
MALE GRADUATE student needs single
room, beginning Fall Term. Phone
Collect, Erie, Pennsylvania, Lakeside
5-4227, evenings. Rev. Herbert J. Van-
dort. L23
THREE medical students (age 26, ex-
servicemen) desire to sublease either
2-3 bdrm. apt, or house, furnished,
for the summer. References. Box 14.
L22
HOUSE WANTED. Faculty member de-
sires to rent reasonable 3-bedroom
house. Sept. 1, 1960-June 30, 1961, un-
furnished or furnished. Box 12, Daily.
L16
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Round, amber-colored carved
charm, bound in gold. Reward. NO
3-7541. Ext. 600. A68
FOUND: women's beige lighter, on
chair of UGL, 3rd floor, Thursday.
Carol. NO 8-8193 A69
LOST: Blue book, "Arabic Language
and Grammar" by Kapliwatzky. Pos-
sibly on State St., NO 5-7575. A67
LOST: Ornate brown wallet. Creden-
tials, papers and 2 checks impt. to me
only. $10 reward. NO 8-7651. Keith
Hellems, 1705 Hill St. A66
FOUND: Ladies' wrist watch on Divi-
sion in front of Evangel Temple Tues-
day night. Call Dairo Macleod after
9 P.M., NO 3-3814. A57

PERSONAL
GOING HOME THIS SUMMER?
Won't you miss the news and
events in Ann Arbor?
YOU won't miss them if you sub-
scribe to the summer DAILY. Only
$2.50, delivered to your home each
day. Call NO 2-3241 right now. F63
HAPPY PINNING Bev and Stu. Say
Ira, what happened to you? F61
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC
Advice of physician on birth con-
trol. Professional counsel on mar-
riage problems. Clinic hours Tues.
and Thurs. 7:30 to 9. 122 N. 4th
Ave. Call NO 2-9282. F12
GET CASH for bike. Bring to SAB load-
ing dock May 23-27. F58
WANTED: Girls to share 8-rm. house
in September. Block from campus.
Call NO 2-2521, Rm. 4402, 7-11 P.M.
P52
BUSINESS SERVICES
MAYNARD & SEEGER
WELDERS and
BLACKSMITHING
109 S. Ashley
NO 8-7403 3
TYPING in my home. Geraldine Koel-
ler, 111 Worden. NO 3-9585. J61
FOR TODAY'S breakfast why not buy
some lox, cream cheese, bagels, onion
rolls, or assorted Danish pastry? Plan
ahead also . . . later in the week
we'll have smoked whitefish, gefitle
fish, kosher soups, pastrami, and
corned beef. Shop at Ralph's for these
delicious foods.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
J56
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Harriet's Haven
1025 E. Ann NO 5-5915
J43
MAYNARD & SEEGER
WELDERS and
BLACKSMITH! NG
109 S. Ashley
NO 8-7403
BUSINESS SERVICES: A-1 MOVING,
baggage transfer agents. Pick-up and
deliver. Yellow Cab Co. NO 3-2424, NO
8-9382. J39
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
BABY SITTER evenings, cleaning by
hour on Monday by reliable woman.
References. NO 8-8345 evenings. HH1
HELP WANTED
WOMAN wanted to care for small child
5 days a week. Phone NO 8-7875 after
6. H56
FOR MEAL JOBS next fall. Brand new
kitchen- at 1910 Hill. Call NO 3-8581.
Ask for Steward. H57

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FOR RENT
SUMMER APARTMENT
FOR 4
It's modern
it's on campust
it's air-conditioned!
it's a real value!
it's available!
CALL NOW - NO 35-1-35
C19
SUMMER 2 BRM. COLONIAL, furn-
ished, buitins. Nice yard, patio, con-
ven. to campus. Reasonable rent to
responsible party. HU 2-4484. C39
HELP-WE'RE STUCK with a 3 bdrm.
house for summer. Campus area.
Completely furn. Will sacrifice. NO
5-5485. C37
SUMMER APT. for 2, furn. Located be-
hind E. Engineering. NO 3-7541, Ext.
589. 38
SUMMER: Mod. apt. for 4. Furn., kit-
chen facilities, pking. Near campus.
NO 2-5427. 033
FEMALE rmmate. wanted to share mod.
apt, close to campus for summer. NO
2-5553, Ext. 324. C32
APT. 2 bdrms., big L.R. & kitch, private
bath, newly and completely furnish-
ed, 3 walking min. to Diag. Sum-
mer occupancy, June 5-Sept. 10. Very
cheap. NO 5-7402. 434 Packard. C35
MALE WANTED to share very conveni-
ent and attractive apt. for next year.
Call 300 Greene, E.Q., NO 2-4591 or
contact Michael Powers, Jack Wyman,
Bob Gary and Mike Adelman. 29
FALL, FREE ROOM for woman student
in exchange for some child care. 10-
15 minutes walk from campus. Call
NO 2-0480 after 5:30. C20
FOR SUMMER: Modern apt. with 1
bdrm. $95 per month. NO 5-7407. C23
815 PACKARD. Desirable 5 rm. furn.
apt. Summer and/or fall. Phone NO
2-8361. 024
FURN. 3 RM. APT, Island Drive to
single or couple. June 10-Sept. 10.
Call NO 5-7637. 025
3 APTS. on Hill St., furnished, all
utilities included, attic for 3 or 4
boys, 2nd floor apt. for 1 or 2 boys,
basement apt. for 3 or 4. For summer
or fall.k NO 8-9538 during day and
after 8:30 NO 2-3512. 02
CAMPUS: 1 bedroom furnished apt.
available June 15. Low rent. Call NO
2-1958 after 5. 027
SINGLE ROOM for men. Low summer?
rates. NO 2-1958 after 5. 28
SUMMER, sublet 3 in.apt. close to
campus. Call 140 3-2649. 0
839 TAPPAN, modern apt. for four. Air
conditioned, fully furnished," 2 bed-
rooms. For summer school or to Sept.
1. Call NO 3-7248. C22
FOR SUMMER: 3 rm. furnished apt.
1 blk. from campus. PhoneNO 2-1322.
C17
FOR SUMMER: Air-conditioned, dis-
posal, 4 man furnished apt. 1 bik.
from campus, reasonable. NO 3-7611.
C16
COOL, COMFORTABLE, CLOSE to cam-
pus & hospitals-for rent this sum
mer, 3-bdrm. apt. for 4 or 5. Com-
pletely furnished, including T.V.Also.
patio, private yard & Bar-B-Q pit.
Call NO 8-6906. C15
RMS. FOR RENT for summer session
at 927 S. Forest, a Frat. House. 4
blocks from campus, T.V. and livkig
room facilities at $6 a week. Call
Roger Jennings at NO 5-8079. 013
AIR CONDITIONED 3 room apt. Moden
kitchen. Room for 3 for summer.
Phone NO 2-3036 after 5. C12
WELL FURNISHED apartment for 4.
With porch and T.V. Call NO 3-9200.
C11
MODERN 2 bedroom furnished apt.
Available June 10. Air conditioned;
Will rent cheaply. Call NO 8-6732.
C10
NEAR CAMPUS, 5 room nicely furnished
apartment. Will accommodate 4 per-
sons. Available June 1st for summer.
Phone NO 3-6507 after 5:30 or any-
time Friday and Saturday. 09
WANTED: One roommate for summer.
Phone NO 3-1669. C
APARTMENTS on the campus, fur-
nished, private bath, for 2, 3 and 4
adults. Phone NO 3-5201 or NO 3-5698.
C8
MODERN four room apartment for
summer. Completely furnished at re-
duced rent. Near hospitals and cam-
pus. Phone NO 3-7247. G7
CAMPUS LOCATION, large 5% bedroom
furnished apartments available for
summer rental. Phone Mr. Plotner
days, NO 2-0035, evenings NO 8-6205.
6>

CAMPUS-HOSPITAL
Newly furnished 2 bedroom apart-
ment, % block to St. Joseph's Hos-
pital. Isieal for 4 girls. NO 2-0871.
05
SUMMER RENT: Modern pad for 3,
4 rooms, 2 bedrooms, convenient loca-
tion. NO 3-7220. C4

ARMED FORCES DAY-The entire University ROTC brigade
staged a review at Ferry Field yesterday morning. The purpose of
the review was to honor winners of various awards. It was part
of a general local celebration of Armed Forces Day, w hich in-
cluded flights of Air Force jets and exhibits of Army equipment.

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At Grinnell's
Ann Arbor Store
Save up to
$200
on floor sample
PIANOS
SPINETS -CONSOLES
extended terms
GRINNELL'S
323 S. Main St.
X48

SUMMER ,SUB-LET ideal for married
couple: completely furnished 3 rm.
apt, on campus. NO 3-3980 after 6
p.m. C36
SUMMER: Furnished 3 rm. campus apt.
Call Robt. Brooks, NO 3-4145. C12
1 BEDROOM furnished apt. near cam-
pus. NO 8-6691. C73
SUMMER: Kitchen, furnished, 3 room,
near campus, summer rate. Phone
Bruce NO 3-6593 or Ralph NO 3-7541,
Ext. 382. C69
SUMMER SUBLET: triple, furnished, 1
block from S. Quad. NO 2-7635. C22
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 the
MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
NO 2-4786
C42

FOUR ROOM apartment for three or
four for summer. 625 S. Forest. Call
NO 2-7427. 02

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LARGE ROOM, single $8 per week. HU
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. 035
CAMPUS ROOMS for men, reasonable.
Linens furnished. NO 3-4747. 017
WANTED: Male roommate for summer,
apt. 2 blocks from Bus. Ad and Law
schools. Low rent. Call 2-9355. C531

ATTRACTIVE furnished efficiency apt,
for 1 person on campus. Available
June 7-Sept. 15. NO 5-8557. 099
MODERN 2 bedroom apt., close to cam-
pus, hospital and shopping area. Call
NO 3-7710. 098
CAMPUS 2 room furnished apt. Private
bath, $65 a month for summer, $75 a
month for fall. NO 3-4322. 097

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