,1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
illgston Trio To Make Debut in Detroit
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.
College students' favorite musi-
cians, the Kingston Trio, will make
their Detroit debut Sunday, Oct.
11 at the Masonic Temple.
Appearing with the Trio will be
Turk Murphy' and his Dixieland
Only a year ago the members
of the group, Dave Guard, Nick
Reynolds and Bob Shane were col-
lege students in northern Califor-
nia. Guard at Stanford University
and Shane and Reynolds at near-
by Menlo Business College.
The common interest in the
music of Hawaii, Tahiti, Mexico,
Spain, America, and the Calypso
rhyths of the West Indies
prompted them to get together to
entertain their fellow students.
It was at one of these songfests
at a Stanford canpus hangout,
the Cracked Pot,Ithat their talent
was discovered by San Francisco
publicist Frank Werber.
He signed the men and immedi-
ately began to groom them for
their professional debut.
After hearing "raves"' about the
three boys, Capitol Records signed
them to a recording contract.
Their first album, released in
June 1958, zoomed them to over-
night fame. One of the tunes in
the album, "Tom Dooley," was re-
leased as a single and brought
them a fan following of millions.
"We don't really consider our-
selves singers in the accepted sense
of the word . . . as we progress
musically, in search of new ma-
terial, we put only one restriction
on the type of songs we will sing-
they must have a basic intelligent
thought and be founded in good
taste," said Guard, spokesman for
To Give Talk
Peter C. Swann, director of the
Museum of Eastern Art, Oxford
University, will give an illustrated
lecture in Rm. 203, Tappan Hall
at 4:10 p.m. today.
Swann, who will speak on
"Chin-Nung, an Individualist Chi-
nese Painter of the 18th Century,"
is the author of several books on
Oriental painting and editor of
Oriental Art, a quarterly review.
TO- MAKE DEBUT-The Kingston Trio will make its Detroit
debut this Sunday at the Masonic Temple. The group has sky-
rocketed into national prominence with issue of three long-play-
ing and several single records. They performed last spring at
the University under IHC and Assembly ,Association sponsorship.
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meet on Wed., Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. in the
W. Conftrence, Em. of the Rackham
Bldg. Mrs. Robert H. Pealy will speak
on the subject: "Municipal Charter Re-
vision: Ann Arbor."
Rhodes Scholarships. There will be
a. meeting for all those interested on
Rhodes Scholarships on Tues., Oct. 6,
at 4:10 p.m., in Rn'. 2013 Angell Hall
Applications for scholarships are due
on or before. Fri., Oct. 16, in Rm. 2026
Angell fall. Further .information may
be obtained from Clark Hopkins, 2011
A seminar luncheon on "The Spe-
elation Problem in Freshwater Ani-
mals" will be held Tues., Oct. 6 at 12
noon in Em. 2042, Natural Science Bldg.
Mathematics Colloquium: Prof. Don-
ald Livingstone wi speak "On the
Foundations of Substitutional Analy-
sis." Tues.;. Oct 6, 4:10 p.m. in 3011 An-
gell Hail. Cpffoe at 3:30 in 32121Angell
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on the
dates indicated. Progran& arrangements
are being made by the International
Center: Mrs. Clifford R. Miller.
y Eduardo P. G. d.a Carvalho, Superin-
tendent -of Training in Apprenticeship
School, Brazil, Sept. 21-Oct. 9.
Newton L. B ucupira, Prof., Phil-
osophy Faculty and Economic Sciences
Faculty, Brazil, Sept. 21-Oct. 9.
Raimundo J. da Matta; Prof. of Edu-
cation, University of Bahia. and Super-
intendent of Primary Public Schools of
the State of Bahia, Brasil,,Sept. 21-Oct.
Ayrton d. Silva, Teacher of Science
and Technical Education, Brazil, Sept.
Alberto Venancio, Filho, Lawyer-As-
sistant to the Executive Vice-President
and Advisor in Social Sciences, Brazil,
Sept. 21-Oct. 9. -
Ovidio da Andrade, Jr. Chief, Statis-
tics and Documentation Branch, Brazil,
Sept. 21-Oct. 9.
Raimundo V., C. Chagas, Professor,
Educational Psychology, Brazil, Sept.
Grimaldi R. da Paiva, Secretary of
Education for the State of North Rio
Grande, Brazil, Sept. 21-Oct. 9.
Miss M. T. Knapen, Prof. of Child
Psychology, University of Lovanium of
Leopoldville, Belgian Congo, Sept. 29-
Mr. Masafumi Ono, Chief of Aomori
Prefectural Library, Aomori Prefecture,
Japan, Oct. 5-6. Interpreter: Mr. Ko-
suke Koyama. '
Mr. Jorma V. Valninkoski, Chief Li-
brarian, Helsinki University Library,
Helsinki, Finland, Oct. 7-9.
Mr. Kaarlo N. Lausti, Chief Librarian,
Student Union Library, University of
Helsinki, Finland, Oct. 7-9.
Mr. Alhaji Umaru Gwandu, Speaker
of the House, Northern Region, Nigeria,
Mr. Rolf K. Meyer, Secretary, Social
Democratic Party, District of Hagen;
Member, State Legislature, Hagen, Ger-
many, Oct. 11-14.
Mr. Hans A. Ruebenstrunk, Director,
Office of Lord Mayer, City of Gelsen-
kirchen. Germany, Oct. 11-14.
Mr. Gert H. Hornwall, Chief Librar-
Ian, Stockholm Public Library System,
Stockholm, Sweden, Oct. 18-20.
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies for the 1959-60
Detroit, Mich. (S. Redford Schools)--
Elem. Vocal Music.;
Macomb, Ill. (W. Ill. Uni*.-Campus
High School) - Supervisor Ior Math.
Poland, N. Y. - Guidance Director.
Robert Hack Diamond Sales would
like male students to represent this
firm on the University of Mich.'campus.
Contact John Austin, Mgr., 231 W. Wis-
consin Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
Stone & Webster Engrg. Corp., Bos-
ton, Mass., 4s currently looking for two
or three experienced Chemical Engrs.
Applicants should have from five to
15 yrs. experience with the process de-
sign of oil refineries and chemical
Polaroid Corp., Cambridge, Mass., has
need of Mech. Engrs. in their Product
Design Dept. All positions require a de-
gree in M.E. and from one-five yrs. of
industrial mechanical design experience.
State of Michigan announces examin-
ations for: Tourist Promotion Agent,'
Vocation School Teacher, Academic
Teacher, and Public Health Sanitarian.
Closing dates for applications is Oct. 21.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Admin.,
Bldg., Ext.. 3371 or 509.
The following companies will inter-
view at the Engrg. Placement Office,
128H W. Engrg., Ext. 2182 or 2021.
Wed., Oct. 7
Otis Elevator Co., Detroit, Mich.:
Sales Engr., B.S.: Elec. and Mech. Male,
Nat'l Steel Corp., Weirton Steel Co.:
Design and Production..B.S.: Elec., Ind.,
Mech. and Met. MS: Met. Also Indus-
trial Acctg. Male U.S. citizen.
The following companies will inter-
view at' the Bureau of Appointment,
4001 Admin. Bldg. For an interview ap-
pointment, contact the Bureau, Ext.
3371 or 509.
Thurs., Oct. 8:
Dept. of State, Foreign Service Offi-
cer Program, Wash., D.C. Location of
wori: Tour of Duty - 2 yrs. either in
Department's headquarters in Wash-
ington, D.C., or at one of the 288 Amer-
ican embassies, Legations, and Consul-
ates abroad. Graduates: Feb., June, or
August. The dept. of State studies the
bearing of domestic conditions on our
.foreign policy and correlates the acti-
vities of other government agencies
that affect our foreign relations. It
proposes measures for promoting sol-
idarity with friendly countries and the
advancement of American ideals, de-
velops policies for American participa-
tion in the UN and other international
organizations ,and conducts the volu-
minous crrespondence with the dip-
lomatic and consular representatives of
the U.S, abroad. Men and women with
a degree in any field, an American citi-
zen for 9 years, at least 21 and under
31 years of age unless one has a bache-
lor's degree or is a senior in college, in
which case he may apply at 20 years of
age for: 1) Foreign Service Officer
Corps., 2) Foreign Service Reserve Corps,
3)Foreign Service Staff Corps. The For-
eign Service of the U.S. comprises three
differentgroups: 1) The Foreign Serv-
ice Officer Corps which are career po-
sitions are principal representatives of
the U.S. government in foreign coun-
tries, 2) Foreign Service Reserve Corps
which consists of occasional need for
persons with highly specialized skills or
experience not readily available with-
in the Foreign Service Officer Corps
and not career people, 3) Foreign Serv-
ice Staff Corps which is a career serv-
ice and generally consists of steno-
graphic, _clerical and technical work.
Interviews will be held at the Bureau
during the day and you must secure an
appointment to meet with the repre-
sentative. At 4 p.m. there will be a
group meeting in Aud. A of Angell Hall
for the information of anyone interest-
ed in the Foreign Service Program.
This is made possible through the poli-
tical Science Dept. and. the Bureau of
U.S. Information Agency, Wash., D.C.
Location of work: After orientation in
Washington, trainees are sent to USIA
posts 11. various parts of the world,
where they receive on-the-job training
in the overseas operations of the Agen-
cy. Graduates: Feb., June, Aug. The
purpose of the agency in brief is to
submit evidence to peoples of other
nations by. means of communication
techniques that objectives and policies
of the U.S. are in harmony with, and
will advance, their legitimate aspira-
tion for freedom, progress and peace.
1) Men and women, between 21 and
31, citizen of the U.S. for 10 yrs., Mas-
ters degree in Area and Language
Study; International Relations, Politi-
cal Science, Communication Techniques
and Journalism, or an undergraduate
degree and two years work experience
may be substituted for a Masters- de-
gree (Experience fields include Jour-
nalism, Radio, TV, Public Relations,
Teaching, Motion Pictures, Libraries.
and the Arts), other things being equal,
candidates with useful proficiency in
speaking a foreign language will be
given preference, for Junior Officer
Program. The main purpose of the visit
will be to obtain candidates for their
junior officer program. Of minor im-
portance in relation to their present
needs are senior officer candidates and
binational center directors. 2) Men and
women with a bachelor's degree, a flu-
ent speaking knowledge of the language
of the country but in some instances
for administrative positions the lan-
guage requirement may be waived pro-
vided the candidate is better qualified
for a specific position than any other
available candidate, an American citi-
zen for at least 10 years and if married
the spouse must be an American citi-
zen. or considered for a position in the
spouse's native country, for 1) English
Teaching Program; 2) Information and
Education Program; 3) Library Pro-
gram; 4) Administrator or Director; 5)
Director of Courses; 6) Director of Ac-
tivities. For further and descriptive in-
formation please contact our office. In-
terviews will be held at the Bureau
during the day both Thurs., and Fri.,
Oct. 8 and 9, and you must secure an
appointment to meet with the repre-
sentative. A group meeting will be held
at 4 p.m. on Thurs., Oct. 8, in Aud. A,
of Angell Hall for the interest of any-
one on campus and through the co-
operation of the Political Science Dept.
and the Bureau of Appointments.
Fri., Oct. 9
U.S. Information Agency-See Thurs.
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in' Rm. 1020,
Admin. Bldg., during the following
hours: Mon. through Fri., 1:30 p.m. to
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Jim
Stempson, Student Interviewer, at NO
3-1511, Ext. 2939.
1 Laundry Counterman
1 Judo Instructor (Experienced)
4 Information Booth (Willow Run)
1 Reader' for Blind Students
1 Model (Arch. & Design)
2 Waiters (Michigan Union)
1 Camera Dept. (Retail Store)
2 Models (Arch. & Design)
1 Waitress (Michigan Union)
1 Reader for Blind Studnet
1. Swimming Instructor YWCA (Fri.
1 Camera Dept. (Retail Store)
1 Filing Cards (Limited time only)
10 Baby Sitters
LARGE DOUBLE or single room near
your fraternity house, newly deco-
rated. 1502 Cambridge. N. 2-2372.
BEAT ANN ARBOR RENT-1956 Rich-
ardson mobile home, 41 ft., 2 bedroom.
Now parked. Bob Adams, NO 2-5517.
TWO-ROOM suite with private bath,
wall to wall carpeting, suitable for
1 or 2 persons. Also want roommate.
518 5. Division. C76
MAKE RESERVATIONS now for guests
on big weekends. Single or double. NO
LARGE, attractive rooms for weekend
guests. 1002 Hutchins Ave. Call Mrs.
Harold Andrus at NO 8-7493 or NO
SOUTH FOREST-Large 6-room fur-
nished apt. $105 including utilities.
NO 3-2800. C67
GEDDES-FOREST AREA-2-room fur-
nished apt. 1st floor. $75. NO 3-2800.
DOUBLES ONLY. Linens furnished.
Only % block from Law Quad at 804
S. State (at Hill). C64
TWO BLOCKS from campus, unfur-
nished 3 rooms and bath. New wall
to wall carpeting, refrigerator, stove,
heat and water furnished. This is
perfect for faculty member or teach-
ing fellow who appreciates clean
and quiet. $115 per month. 905 Oak-
land Ave. C61
GIRL'S large single room on campus,
kitchen privileges, automatic laundry,
T.V., parking. Call NO 5-5523. C60
CAMPUS ROOMS, large quiet singles,
doubles, linens furnished. Reason-
able. NO 3-4747. C2
FURNISHED student rooms: Male - 2
singles at $10, 1 double $14-linen.
near Packard .and Hill. NO 2-8372. C3
812 PAULINE, 3 rooms and bath, gas
heat, Oct. 1. $75. Clean and attrac-
tive. NO 3-6415 or Pontiac, FE 216681.
FOUR ROOM, two bedroom apartment.
$125. All utilities included. Private
entrance. NO 2-7531. C14
One block. Modern apartments. 514
S. Forest. Also rooms. NO 2-1443. C25
.Space and garage. 514 S. Forest.
NO 2-1443. C26
LARGE ROOM, single 8 per week. HU
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. C35
FURNISHED campus apts. for 3-4 single
students. Pvt. bath. $105-$150 per
month. 344 S. Division St., NO 3-8134.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Woman's gold watch, Sunday
night. Gold expansion band broken.
Reward. Call Miss Brownell;NO 5-5551.
LOST: Small, tan notebook. Between
Undergrad and Hill. Call 496 Jordan.
LOST: Black Clutch Bag, Friday night,
vicinity of Division & Williams. Re-
ward. Call Univ. Ext: 446 before 5
P.M., or NO 3-3895. Ask for Miss Sher-
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. W1
1953 STUDEBAKER, V8, hardtop, stand-
ard transmission (floor shift) with
overdrive. New paint, nice rubber.
Radio, heater. NO 3-7133 after 5.
T-BIRD, '58. Original owner. 9,500 miles.
$3,100. NO 3-4659. N17
1952 HUDSON WASP ciub coupe, good
body and paint, radio and heater, $225
sale or trade. Phone NO 2-6268 or NO
RENAULT DAUPHINE '57, Black. Ex-
cellent condition. GL 3-1072. )B18
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thrL Fri.
qnd 9:00 and 11:30 Saturday-- Phone NO 2-4786y
MAGNUS CHORD ORGANS
Save $30.00 while they last.
MUSIC CENTER, INC.
300 8. Thayer NO 2-2500
Make Grinnell's your headquarters
for RCA. Magnavox, Zenith, Webcor.
and radio, T.V. and stereo.
CHILDCRAFT: Complete 14 volumeB
cost. Call NO 8-8551. B35
FOR SALE: Two bunk bed mattresses,
excellent condition. Call NO 3-3813.
DISPOSING of part of my large library
at private sale. There are books on
every subject among thousands of
books collected for 65 years. Showings
at 617 Packard St. from 11 A.M. to
4 P.M. every day except Sunday, Rea-
sonable prices. B30
FOR SALE: CAMERA, Voigtlander Vi-
tessa L, F2 lens, light meter. Call NO
2-3191. Ask for Mark Lutvak. )B34
FOR SALE: One iron bunk bed, one
inner spring mattress. Call NO 5-5130
or NO 2-2877. B31
FOR SALE: 1956 NSU motorcycle, 250
c.c.. good condition, $250. Call NO
DISPOSING of part of my large library
at private sale. There are books of
special interest to student teachers on'
many subjects. Showings 617 Packard
St. from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. every day
except Sunday. B21
1956 TRAILER, 44x8', 2 bedroom. $500
down, take over payments. Call
South Lyons, GE 7-7192. B25
PORTABLE MONITOR washing ma-
chine. Cabinet style. Perfect condi-
tion. $40. NO 3-9670. B
LET ME HELP YTOU furnish that apart-
ment, 17" TV, excellent picture, $125.
Also ironing broard, iron, fry pan,-
carving set, steak knife set,- bread-
box, canister set, 3 portable radios,
tape recorder and record player. See
at 1043 Ferdon or call NO 2-3617 aft-
er 6 P.M. B16
EVERGREENS: Michael Lee, an em-
ployee of chem stores, raises juni-
pers, yews, arborvitae, etc., as a hobby,
and sells them at wholesale or less,
$2.50 to $5.00. Call NO 8-8574. B9
FOR SALE-Duo-Therm oil heater, bar-
rels, tubing, etc. Call NO 5-5145 days.
4 bedroom (or 3 with study) ranch,
near schools. Air-conditioned, wall-
to-wall carpeting, drapes. Gas heat.
Land contract or 40/%% F.H.A. Fi-
nancing. NO 3-0774 after 6 P.M.
HILLEL KOSHER COOP
If interested, come to meeting
Wednesday night, 8.00 P.M.
ann r 9F-4
323 s. Main
MEETING A.F.S. returnees - Wesley
Foundation in 1st Methodist Church,
Oct. 6, 7:15 P.M. FF14
BEFORE YOU BUY a class ring, look
at the official Michigan ring. Burr
Patterson and Auld Co., 1209 South
University, NO 8-8887. FIl
SINGING AND SPEAKING; class or pri-
vate lessons. Carol F. Westerman, NO
ONE OR TWO MEN wanted to share
five-room apartment, close to campus,
very reasonable rent. Call NO 3-8058
after 1 p.m. F
ROOM AND BOARD
UPPER CLASSMEN or grads, linens
furnished, also board. 1319 Hill St.
near Forest, NO 2-6422. El
HELP WANTED: WAITRESS-Full Time
Nights after Five. Inquire - Brown
WANTED: Part-time male or female
telephone operators. Arthur Murray's.
NO 2-5539. .H27
WANTED: Part & full time saleswomen
at the Eliz. Dillon Shop on Forest off
S. Univ. H23
HELP WANTED--Sales Representatives
in Men's Dorms. Must be a member of
respective house in dorm. Contact
Chuck, NO 2-3241 1-5 P.M. , H19
CERTIFIED TEACHER to work with
kindergarten age children. Hrs. 11:30
to 5:30 p.m. Call NO 8-7282. After
six call NO 2-3617. 1118
WANTED-Experiencpd Arthur Murray
teachers, full or part time. NO 2-5539.
1311 S. University. 110
PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
Ann Arbor Piano & Organ Co.
213 E. Washington' NO 3-3109
Grinnell's 80th anniversary specials
-See the four speaker portable
stereo. Regularly $89.95, Now $69.95.
323 S. Main
NO 8-73127CAR SERVICE, ACC
Get off the campus beat - come
down to Grinnell's and save $1.00
on all classical records, including
London, RCA, Decca, Columbia, etc.
323 S. Main
Complete line of Hiri components
including kits; complete service on
radio, phonographs and HiFi equip-
H I FI STUDIO
1317 South University
I block east at Campus Theatre4
Phone NO 8-7942
ORGANS and PIANOS BY
WURLITZER, EVERETT, & THOMAS
Makers, restorers, and dealers of
rare violins and bows.
Sales - Service - Rentals
508 E. Williams NO 3-33$5
NEW ATLAS TIRES
"Gripsafe" in sets of 4; 4--670x15,
$58.75; 750x14, $74.95; (plus recap-
able tires and tax). Other sizes
comparably low. Tune-ups. Brake
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
Cor. Main & Catherlie NO 8-7717
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
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!t
1220 S. University at Forest
Protect your carit
*~ *~ ~ S 9 9~~~~9 *9 9~ 5.. ... 09 999 5 9 999'905 99 599 9 * 994
Complete Tune-up Service Available
Bob Allen and his Chief Operator, Mrs. Julia Chipman, discuss Long
Distance records which will soon be converted to automatic processing.
Robert E. Allen got his B.A. degree
from Wabash College in' June, 1957,
and went to work with Indiana Bell
Telephone Company at Indianapolis.
"It looked like a growing company
where I could grow, too," he says.
It was. Today he is an Assistant
Traffic Supervisor there. He's in charge
of six other supervisory people and
about 100 telephone operators.
Bob attributes his rapid progress to
two main factors: the thorough train-
ing he received and the steady growth
of the telephone business.
"I was trained to be a telephone man.
ager, not just a traffic specialist," he
points out. "'I've also had practical, on-
the-job experience in the plant, com-
mercial and engineering phases of the
business. So I'm equipped to handle
new responsibilities all the time. And
in this fast-growing communications
field, that means I have more chances
to keep moving ahead."
* * *
What about a Bell Telephone Com-
pany career for you? Talk with the
Bell interviewer when he visits your
campus-and read the Bell Telephone
booklet in your Placement Office.
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
Positions exist with Chrysler Corporation Missile
Division for experienced analysts qualified to en-
gage in the application of electronic data process-
ing equipment for programming and procedures
development related to production and record keep-
ing of large ballistic missile systems manufacturing.
This work involves the preparation, analysis and
programming applications of IBM Type 709 Equip-
ment to the areas of engineering documentation,
production control, quality control and cost account-
A college degree or equivalent and one to five years'
experience in programming or procedures develop-
ment in the data processing area.
Direct your inquiries to:
Mr. L. G. OLSEN, Personnel Dept., 220A47
Chrysler Corporation Missile Division
P. 0. Box 2628, Detroit 31, Michigan
TO THE 250 PEOPLE WHO MISSED
THE FIRST ISSUE OF GARGOYLE
AND WOULD LIKE ONE MORE
TYING WANTED: NO 8-8551.'
REWEAVING--Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. J71
sales, service, and rentals.
That's our business.
MORRILL'S at 314 South State Street
across from the dime store.
314 S. State St. NO 3-2481
TYPIST SEEKS WRITER. Object: $2.00
an hour. HUnter 2-1155. )J35
MAYNARD & SEEGER
109 S. Ashley
AT SANFORDS,. .
119 East Ann Street
Open Til 8 P. M. -
Also Sundays & Holidays
WASHINGS and/or Ironings. Free pick-
up and delivery. Specializing in cot-
ton dresses. NO 2-9020. AA1
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO.2-3350
WE'RE on Packard around the corner
from State Street. Stop at Ralph's
anytime 'till 12 Midnight for the
very best in foods.
709 Packard NO 2-3175
R H A Houseware Festival
New items in:
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR
311 S. Main St.'