dBER 18, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
J Opens Branch in Oakland County
closed doors and retaining indi-
The group came up with a dis-
tinctive. program containing a
philosophy of education.
Its postulates are:
Present university curriculums
are too specialized.
Vocational training is overem-
phasized as opposed to the liberal.
Faculties do not necessarily
teach students but help them to
Non-western cultures must be
emphasized by any university in-
tending to train future leaders.
Traditional courses must be
made more meaningful.
The automobile executives es-
pecially emphasized the need for
engineers with a broad perspective.
They said, "Men capable of cre-
ative concepts, with the ability to
direct massive combinations of
men and materials, must be broad-
ly trained. We can give them the
necessary specialized ,training in
our own laboratories and corpora-
This why all students will de-
vote their time to liberal studies.
Engineering science students
may, however, substitute mathe-
matics for foreign language. All
other students must take language,
with Russian particularly empha-
New curriculum standards have
been established for the other
In teacher training, subject
matter will receive almost exclu-
sive emphasis, pedagogy, almost
none. Teaching methods will be
learned in practice and intern
teaching, beginning in the sopho-
Modernize Business Courses
Accounting and statistics, long
mainstays of a business adminis-
tration curriculum will be replaced
by fiscal administration, business
law by "legal and political envir-
onment for business."
Other courses in management
economics, production systems, ex-
ecutive behavior, logistics and in-
ternational business are on the
Supplementing this program are
courses in the social responsibility
of business and the impact of la-
bor and government on modern
Culminating each curriculum
will be a senior course in "great
Faculty To Be Dispensable
Loren Pope, assistant to Chan-
cellor Durward B. Varner, made
an unusual comment.
He said, "We will make our pro-
fessors as dispensable as possible,
considering them less as teachers
than as resource persons. If we
could, we would abolish all faculty
Along this line, formal lectures
will give way to small discussion
groups, often held in pr'ofessors'
homes, and tests will be played
Also, there will be no ROTC
program, no intercollegiate athlet-
ics and no "sub-collegiate" courses
to help students make up deficien-
Applications will be accepted
from the top half of high school
graduating classes, but 60 per cent
of freshmen are from the top
MSU-O will be autonomous, with
Chancellor Varner reporting only
to MSU's governing body, -the
State Board of Trustees.
And of course, MSU's emphasis
on agriculture, applied science and
mechanic arts will be disregarded.
At present, MSU-O has three
buildings, a three-story classroom
structure, a one-story ,administra-
tive center and a student union
They are functional, with paint-
ed cinder block interiors, and use
a lot of glass and aluminum.
MSU-O's independence was stip-
ulated by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G.
Wilson, who gave their 1,400 acre'
Meadowbrook estate 'and $2 mil-
lion to get the center started.
MSU also owned other land in
the area, so MSU-O has about
2,000 acres in which to expand,
said to' be ample for unlimited
The branch starts with $10 mil-
lion in assets, none from state
Oakland County put up a small
part of the student center costs,
while the rest of the total costs are
in self-liquidating bonds.
Donors are being sought for a
library, auditorium and intra-
Faculty residences on campus
are being financed. Faculty will
buy them, using low down pay-
On leaving, they must sell either
to other faculty members or to the
Both the International Center
and the International Students
Association have begun their
ISA is currently recruiting new
members, both American and for-
eign students. A social event for
all members is planned for Sep-
tember 25,; but a definite place
has not beenbarranged.
The International Center's or-
ientation program began with an
orientation camp held at Cran-
brook School early this month.
Students attending the University.
for the first time from foreign
countries were guests of Univer-
sity alumnae of Bloomfield Hills.
The group of approximately 110
students also toured Detroit and
the University's Dearborn Center.
Coffee hours sponsored by vari-
ous Ann Arbor women's groups
will continue through Sunday.
Coffee, tea and cookies are served
both mornings and afternoons.
The traditional Thursday aft-
ernoon teas will resume this
Thursday from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
Dancing classes for both Amer-
ican and foreign students will be-
gin October 5 and continue for
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7,95; socks
39c; shorts 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. W1
ORGANS and PIANOS BY
BALDWI - - LOWREY - ESTEY
THOM4AS - IVERS & POND
H. F. MILLER
Makers, restorers and dealers of
rare violins and bows..
508 E. William NO 3-3395
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. Ji
119 East Ann Street
Open Til 8 P. M. --
Also Sundays & Holidays
(Opposite court house since 1927)
WASHINGS and/or ironings. Free pick-
up and delivery. Specializing in cot-
ton dresses. NO 2-9020. AA!
The store with every kind of goodie
Hot Barbecued Meats
1957 TR3 TRIUMPH. Excellent condi-
tion. Extras. Reasonable. Phone NO
'56 DELRAY, power glide, 2 door, leath-
er upholstery, heater, newly painted.
Excellent condition, $675. GE 7-5913.
ANN ARBOR BUICK
Quality Used Cars.
$50 and up
Ann Arbor Buick
422 East Huron
Come in and Browse
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FIRST FLOOR. Two bedroom unfur-
nished apartment. Very nice. Newly
decorated. Garage. Adults., Call NO
STUDENTS: Room and/orHboard at
men's, fraternity, 1108 Hill Street.
Rooms-$460 per semester. Board-
$16.10 per week (any or all meals).
Call Jim Schmalzriedt, NO 3-1767.,
BEAUTIFUL large room and refrigerator
for one or two graduate men. Park-
ing. On South Forest, call after 5:30
P.M. NO 2-9806. C38
LARGE ROOM, single 8 per week. HU
2-4959, 5643 Geddes Road. C35
MALE GRAD students: 2 pleasant rooms
for $10 each. 1204 Gardner, NO 3-6108.
NEAR CAMPUS: For married couple.
Three rooms and bath downstairs, un-
furnished except stove and refrig.
Clean small pet allowed. NO 8-6529.
Lake front modern 5 rooms and bath
furnished. Downstairs. Carport. Two
rooms and bath furnished upstairs.
Garage. NO 2-9136. C28
THREE ROOM apt. with tile bath and
shower or two large sunny rooms
suitable for two boys. Heated, private
entrance, parking facilities, two blocks
from campus. Apply 316 E. Madison
St., NO 3-5957. C29
FURNISHED c mpus apts. for 3-4 single
students. Pvt. bath. $105-$150 per
month. 344 S. Division St., NO 3-8134.
DOUBLE ROOM for male students.'
Cooking or without cooking. % block
from campus. 417 E. Liberty. C31
DOUBLE ROOM for two boys; $6 each
per week, linens furnished. NO 8-8747.
CAMPUS: Furnished 3 rooms for 2, 3
or 4 girls. Private entrance and bath,
all utilities furnished. NO 2-0215.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Tan Spiral Notebook. Inscr
"Datebook" - Needed Urgently.
PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USEI
Ann Arbor Piano & Organ Co.
213 E. Washington NO 3-31
Be the man (or woman) on th
campus. New Kay Dialachord Guit
almost plays itself. It's easy, St
fun. Only $39.95 at
323 S. Main
Welcome back and welcome he
new and old students. Make Or
nell's your money saving headquf
ters. All records reduced $1.00 Ur
list with only a few exceptions.
323 S. Main
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 iti'-
1220 S. University at Forest
30 YEARS of EXPERIEN
ON RADIO SERVICE
12 YEARS of TV EXPERI E
Qualify Us to Handle Your
Radio,& Record Player Problen
We carry a complete stock of I
mond and Sapphire needles r
parts for domestic 'and foreign
dios, changers, and tape record
300 S. Thayer St.
Protect your caril
. Fall Changeover
" Winter Lubrication
Complete Tune-up Service Available
"Just two doors fror, the Blue
10 weeks. American
dancing will be taught
8:10 p.m. and Latin
dances from 8:20 to
Classes will be held in
ment of Lane Hall.'
from 7 to
Acts TO Catch
Ann Arbor City Council passed
an ordinance this summer de-
signed to simplify the process of
prosecuting bicycle thieves.
Previously, the prosecution had
to prove that the thief had taken
the bike with intent to steal. Thus,
if a person "borrowed" a bike from
a bike rack on campus and then
abandoned it after riding it down-
town, it was difficult to obtain a
Under the new regulation, the
act of "borrowing" a bike with-
out the owner's consent is pun-
Plans for International Week
scheduled for the week of Novem-
ber 7 are also being made. The
first meeting of the coordinating
committee will be held this week-
Starting this week, University
faculty members will be featured
coast-to-coast for the first time
on the University's unique tele-
vision film network.
Garnet R. Garrison, director of
broadcasting, announced that
W M T W- T V, Poland. Spring,
Maine, will begin to show the
"Pediatrics" series completing the
network's transcontinental spread
stretching now to Seattle, Wash.,
and San Francisco, Calif.
'This week, programs will be
presented on such subjects as gen-
eral science, speech correction, the
University Phoenix Project, as-
tronomy, opera and Chinese cook-
Other shows to be shown are an
analysis of economist Adam Smith,
John Marshall and the law, and
an interview with Head Football
Coach "Bump" Elliott.
109 S. Ashley
Headquarters for All Household Good.
Waste paper baskets
And many other items
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR
311 S. Main St.
BURR, PATTERSON & AULD CO. and
Andrea Barker, new manager, cor-
dially invites both new and old stu-
dents to come in and see the; fine
selection of rings, pins and other,
jewelry and souvenirs.
Burr, Pattereson & Auld Co.
1209 S. University NO 8-8887
STUDENTS: Your ID card will identify
you and entitle you to an EXTRA
discount on U.S. ROYAL TIRES under
the Company's Group Purchase Dis-
count Plan. You can't buy a safer or
better tire than U.S. ROYAL-they
are all guaranteed without limits as
to time or mileage. Washtenaw Tire
Co., Distributor (owned by a Michi-
gan graduate), 3162 Washtenaw, NO
. PERIODICAL AGENCY °
Proudly Presents to
U. of M. Students
Special Fall Semester Rates
Reg. Rate Special'
Time $7.00 1 yr. $3.87 1 yr.
Life $6.00 1 yr. $4.00 1 yr.
Sports Ill. $7.50 1 yr. $4.00 1 yr.
Newsweek $7.00 1 yr. $3.50 1 yr.
Reporter $6.50 1 yr. $4.50 1 yr.
New Yorker $7.00 1 yr. $3.00 8 mo.
Atlantic $7.50 1 yr. $3.00 8 mo.
Sat. Eve. Post $6.00 1 yr. $4.79 60 wks
La Home Jour. $3.50 1 yr. $3.85 22 mo.
1Vogue $8.50 1 yr. $4.00 1 -yr.
Harpers $6.00 1 yr. $4.50 1 yr.
Order Now - Pay Later
By Phoning Student Periodical Agency
NO 2-3061 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
Student Owned - Student Operated
To Serve Michigan Students
601 Packard NO 8-9429
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 & Catherine NO 8-7717
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
3 BEDROOM year around cottage, fur-
nished, on Cavanaugh Lake, $75 plus
utilities. Call NO 2-6511, Ext. 382 or
NO 2-0029 after 5 p.m. Cl
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 '2-668l.
CAMPUS AREA furnished apartment,
three or four men students. 1105
Packard. NO 3-5854. C6
2074 S. MAIN
Basment for two boys. Also duplex
for two persons. NO 2-5310. 07.
HILL AND OAKLAND
One block from law school. Apart-
ments for three or four. Complete-
ly furnished. Also three bedroom
furnished house for rent. Can ac-
commodate six'. Male or female. Call
JohnSharemet, NO 3-3388 or NO
On lake front. Furnished, modern
two bedrooms with bath. Oil heat.
Private entrance. To June 15. HI
9-2146 or NO 3-8606. C9
FURNISHED apartment. For couple
with one child. Take over my lease
on the roomiest of Northwood Apts.
Not eligible if you're already in
Northwood or University Terrace, or
if you've paid application fee for
same. NO 3-8610. Cil
415 W. DAVIS. Very attractive second
floor duplex. Four rooms and garage.
Carpeted throughout. Unfurnished.
$120 plus electricity. NO 3-3671. 012
218 W. HURON. Five room completely
furnished. Second floor. Private en-
trance. $85 plus utilities. Inquire at
623 W. Huron. C13
FOUR ROOM, two bedroom apartment.
$125. All utilities included. Private
entrance. NO 2-7531. C14
FERRY FIELD AREA
Three rooms plus tiled bath. Un-
furnished except stove and refriger-
ator. Quiet and spacious. NO 2-7773
or NO 3-4811. C15
BROADWAY TERRACE APTS.
1506 Broadway. New three room un-
furnished apartments with one
bedroom, Carpeting, stove, and re-
frigerator furnished. $105 to $115.
Call John R. McMullen, Realtor,
NO 2-0088 eves., NO 3-4710. C19
ARCH STREET, One room, kitchen-
ette and bath. Furnished. For one
person. No pets. $80 per month. Phone
NO 2-8569. C20
BICYCLES FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Duo-Therm oil heater, bar-
rels, tubing, etc. Call NO 5-5145 days.
ENGLISH racer, 2 years old, good con-
dition, $40. Call evenings, NO 3-6632.
FRESHMAN Engineers Attention. Good
complete, set drawing equipment. Save
on book store prices. Call Bill Han-
cock, NO 2-4401. B
WANTED-Reliable baby sitter for 2
children, ages 1 and 3, in my home.
Weekday mornings, 1 afternoon. Call
NO 3-8056.. H
WANTED: Part-time service station at-
tendant. Write to The Michigan Daily,
Box H4. Include phone and address.
GIRL student to work 'for room and
board in private homre. Phone NO
BOLL WEEVIL JABS BAND needs ex-
perienced two-beat drummer, also
female vocalist. Call Dan 'Havens, NO
3-5757. ' H1
MALE students needed for Sun. news-
paper delivery. For full information
call NO 3-7541 Ext. 835 after 8 P.M.
HOWARD JOHNSON (Ann Arbor)
FEMALE HELP WANTED
Hostess with experience. Age prefer-
ence 30-40. Are your anxious to in-
crease your income? Fine working
conditions. Apply at once in person.
Mr. Gavin, Mgr. H3
NEAR. CAMPUS - bedroom house
within walking distance of University
campus, garage, oil heat. Phone NO
3-5098 after 5 P.M. to see. R2
208 KOCH. Three bedroom good brick
home -- fireplace - garage. $1,500
down. William Hantula. NO 2-4517
or NO 2-8583. Ri'
314 S. State
314 s. State
DRIVE A NEW FORD
Call NO 3-4156
Special Weekend Rates
from 5 P.M. Friday till
9 A.M. Monday ...
$10.00 Plus 80 a Mile
Rates include Gas -
Oil - Insurance
514 E. Washington St.
* TRUCKS AVAILABL
NEED A TRUCK FOR A DAN
Rent one from AVIS I
Get just the size Ford or other fine
truck you want for as long as yoi
need it ... an hour, day, week or
month. We furnish everything but
the driver. Rates'are low.
ATTENTION Architectual and de
students. We can now offert'
special student rates on the follo
Architectual Forum $6.00 yr. $3.
House' and Home . $7.00. yr. $4.
ORDER NOW, PAY LATER by l
ing Student Periodical Agency,
2-3061, 9:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.
Avoid the Bookstore RushiM.
Buy your supplies at MORRILL'S
314 South State Stret ...
Giving Morrill support to stude
for over 50. years.
ROOM AND BOARD
UPPER CLASSMEN or g rads, linens
furnished, also board. 1319 Hill St.
near.Forest, NO 2-6422. E91
CONFUSE) and lost? To find old
friends, new apartments, lost dogs
and bikes try DAILY classifieds. NO
2-4786 or NO 2-3241. F
Happy on time birthday,
TEACHER of singing and speak
class or .private lessons. Carol
Westerman. NO 8-6584.
MORRILL'S "goofed"--so you sav
We purchased too many spiral not
books, so we're letting them go a
514 East Washington
Phone NO 3-4126
TODAY AND ,DIAL
FRIDAY NO 8-6416
NICE ROOM for gentlemen in quiet
home. West side. Parking space.
Linen. Call 8-8192. 021
Breakfast: $.35; Lunch: $.70; Din-
ner: $1.30. Any combination. Phone
NO 2-9874 - Ask for Dave. 023
BOARDERS wanted. Good food at rea-
sonable rates. Call hse. mgr. at NO
2-8312. 1319 Cambridge Rd. BB1
EUROPEAN CAR CORP
303 S. Ashley