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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CL ASSIFIE DS
FOR SALE FOR SALE
PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca- CAMERA AND ACCESSORIES, worth
narie, singera, oagea and supplies. 305 $100 will ati for $75. Kodak Tourist,
W. Roaeer. Phone 2-2403. )1F case, adapter kit, Plath unit and
range finder. Good buy. Phone Plym-
ONE COMPLETE set of tails. Size 39 outh 153. )3F
long. 34141, R. C. Briggs. )2F FOR RENT
ANTIQUE grandfather clock with EXCELLENT five-room apartment. All
Westminster chimes in perfect run- furnished-male only. $30.00 a month.
Olf norder. $300. Call 35330, 562 S. Available now. 22321. 307 S. Division.
Seventh. )4F________________
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS-
Reserve rooms now at The Campus
Tourist Homes. 510E. William (near
Stt. Phone 3-8454. )3D
Today & Tuesday - WANTED - A graduate student or a
business or professional woman to share
ADMISSION 44c modern 3 room apartment. Call 3-2004
after 6 p.m. or come to 1003 E. Uni-
versity. )ID
FACULTY HOME near campus. Two
double rooms and suite; semi-private
bath, kitchen privilege, one garage.
Ph. 3-1531, ext. 297. )2D
EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION in pri-
vate residence one block from cam-
pus. One-half double room available
for graduate woman student. Call
Joan. We. 4-4586, Detroit, Mich.
FOR MEN STUDENTS in quiet sur-
roundings. Inner springs, showers,
linens. Good food, rebates on meals.
On campus. 1319 Hill. )11
MISCELLANEOUS
OTIME-1 semester, 4 months, $1
LIFE-1 semester, 21 weeks, $1.75
Phone 6007 to order. Student Periodi-
cal Agency. )2M
LINDA DARNELi TAo ENAHELP WANTED
BABY SITTER needed Wednesday,
PLUS Thursday, Friday afternoons, 12:30-
4:30. $6 per week. Phone 20092 Eve-
THE SURPRISE SUSPENSE nings. )1H
STORY OF THE YEAR!
WANTED: Student for part time work
in restaurant. Apply Roundtable, 111
West Huron before 5 p.m. 2H
ATOMIC CITY BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPEWRITERS! Portable and Standard
for rent, ame and service.
Morrill's
WELCOME BACK 314 S. State St.. Phone 7177. )2B
TO CAMPUS RADIO SERVICE
AND TO THE FIRST Auto - Home - Portable
Phono & T.V.
OF A SERIES OF Fast & Reasonable Service
ANN ARBOR RADIO & T.V
ACA MY"Sudent Service
1% blocks east of East Eng. )1B
AW ARD PSISsre vr e.eeig
A~A ARD Toppers. We Dlvr, call 0073. )3B
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COUP REVEALED:
Campus ejuvenation
Conceived by McFixer
Rumblings of a daring coup to completely rejuvenate the campus
were heard last night as Bill McFixer, 'Sad, held a secret press confab
to announce results.
These results are the "greatest ever" according to McFixer who
served as chairman of the omnibus campus rejuvenation group which
included some of the biggest guns on campus.
CREEPING from his crypt in the SL Bldg. where he had been
given temporary haven, the genial
chairman took off his shoes and
outlined a giant five-point reju-
venation program:
1) Merge the Union into the GOLD]li
League and use the Union bldg.
for SL activities.
2) Abolish the League and use DININ(
the League bldg. for SL's Admin-
istrative Wing.
3) Abolish the SL and form the juSt WO?
Naefus Student Association (NSA)
with SL's old buildings.
4) Merge the Regents with the TOWER HOTEL -
Board in Control of Student
Publications.
5) Abolish the Board in Con-
trol of Student Publications and
assign its duties to the NSA.
Though the plan might be con- IN
sidered revolutionary in some
quarters, McFixer told reporters ...
that it was only a natural step in
achieving the tri-partite educa-
tional community.
"The students, administration :Fnd
and faculty all must have an
equal voice on campus," he de-
clared as he took off his socks.
"There's bound to be some to-
ken opposition," he added, "but MARY LOU C1.
with the proper approach I'm Vocalist
sure the details can be worked HALL RENTAL
out."
Campus Gabfest
'Slated forDiag
An all-campus conclave will be
held at high noon tomorrow on
the Diag underneath the Michi-
gan seal.
Unlike other confabs this will
be exclusive. In fact, any tool who
wants to can come. It is expected
that several speeches will be given
by top 'U' officials and assorted
cadre leaders in the lower depths.
Suggested topics for the import-
ant meet range f rom: Resolved :
3that the Angell Ball Men's Room
Be Painted Pink to Resolved: that
Horse Manure Should Be Substi-
tuted for Cow Manure Beneath the
Pink Cherry Trees in the Arbor-
etum.
A healthy quorum of social
climbers is anticipated.

NOW! Until 5 P.M.

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