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THURSDAY. SEPTEM;BER 203195$

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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SECOND OF ITS KIND:
New Library Year From Completion

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-Daily-Vern Soden
BEFORE-The space between Clements Library ad West Engineer-
ing was originally occupied by the Automotive Laboratory before
work was started on the new Undergraduate Library.
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-Daily-Vern Soden
AFTER-After the Automotivc laboratory disappeared construction
began on the new $3,680,000"library. It will be intended to serve

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undergraduate students with an
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informal, relaxed atmosphere to

By DAVID TARR
- Completion of the new, $3,680,000
Undergraduate Library is less than
a year away.
University architect Lynn W. Fry
said yesterday that the building,
second of its kind in the country,
is expected to be done at the end
of August, 1957. !
Located on Central campus be-
tween the Clements Library and
West: Engineering, the building,
which will have open stacks, is
intended mainly as a place where
undergraduate students can have
free access to a limited number of
books they use most.
Plans for the structure make this
Garg To Open
Fall Season,
Kessel Claims
the first 'issue of- Gargoyle, so-
called campus humor magazine,
will be sold tomorrow, according
w to the usual, sources.
"This issue will be in the Gar-
goyle tradition," David Kessel,
managing, editor said. "It repre-
sents the end-product of count-
i , less hours of creative work by our
artists, David Rohn, Bob Maitland,
and Ann Thuma; countless hours
of creative writing by associates
Bobbi Hard and Jim Dygert;
countless hours of stealing from
Mad and Esquire by me."
Business Manager Norm Shu-
bert noted that Gargoyle sales
days are often rained out.
"But," he added, "we expect
good weather this time, maybe.
We shall also be selling subscrip-
tions to the magazine tomorrow,"
Shubert continued. "Six issues for
$1.25 means a savings of some
twenty and five-sixths cents per
issue."
Gargoyle will hold its first try-
out meeting of the fall season on
Wednesday, Setember 26th in the
office, first floor, Student Publi-
cations Building, at 4:30 p.m. Staff
members will be available later in
the evening to accomodate stu-
dents with busy Wednesday after-
noons.
"There are numerous opportu-
nities for advancement on Gar-
goyle," said Ted Horn, office man-
ager.
"Just look at me," he added,
"Last year I was a sophomore. For
the pastssix years, in fact, I was a
sophomore. This year I am an as-
sociate professor of political in-
trigue with tenure, yet."
Horn will direct the activities of
all tryouts who join staff, then try
to get out; hence the name.

a forseeable goal. Included will be
reading rooms for 2,100, a multi-
purpose lecture rom seating 200,
an audio facilities room where 168
students can listen to different
records at the same time, offices
work areas, a student lounge and a
typing room on every floor.
Wagman said he thinks the
audio facilities are the only ones
of their kind in the country.
The additional facilities will en-
able listening to recordings of
music, poetry and drama as well as
a generally relaxed atmosphere for
study.
A feature welcomed by many
students are group study rooms
where students can work on pro-
jects and problems together with-
out disturbing others.
The undergraduate section of
the library will be on the basement,
first and second floor. The third
floor will house the Engineering
Library and the fourth, the Trans-
portation lbrary.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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3 .90 2.25 3.33
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campus, 10 hours weekly. Hours to
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MAN or WOMAN with 2 years of college
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No canvassing. Training pro-
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HOUSE PARENT, male, 23 years or
over, part time. Board, room. Salary
depends on hours available. Work
about 25 hours per week. Excellent
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or education major. Location 40 min-
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lage, 26645W. 6 mile road, Detroit,
KE 1-4060.,
REGISTERED NURSES for private duty
full or part time. Community Nurs-
ing Bureau, 401 Thompson. Phone
NO 8-6515 and NO 3-4859.
RADIO and TV Serviceman. Hi Fi Sales-
man, Ann Arbor Radio and TV, 1217
So. Univ. Call NO 8-7942.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOX MOTEL
(Formerly Boyd's)

FOR SALE
3-SPEED RCA Victor Orthophonic High
Fidelity Record Player. Blond, perfect
condition. 3 months old. Sacrifice for
quick sale. $100. Call NO 2-9460. )B1l
WANTED-Typist, full time for approx.
4 to 5 weeks. See Mr. Colonna, Stu-
dent Publications Bldg., 420 Maynarid,
Sat., Sept. 22 between 10-12 A.M. )H8
FOR SALE-Girls' Bicycle, English mod-
el, 1 year old. Excellent condition
with many extras. Call 3YP-4597-W,
7-10 evenings. )B10
ARMY-NAVY type oxfords--$7.25; sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 East Washington.
)B12
MODERN mobile home, ideal for mar-
ried couple, complete with TV, awn-
ing, fuel barrel, choice lot available,
priced universally low for quick sale,
cash or terms. Ready to move in.
Phone Ypsilanti 2930 M after 5 P.IM.
weekdays.
MAYFIELD Motor Scooter. Excellent
shape. 2-speed automatic transporta-
tion. Cheap for cash. 11934 N. W.
Shore Drive Whitmore Lake Phone
H19-4731.
PORTABLE Typewriter, Three-speed
phonograph, furniture cheap, two
conga drums. Gall Joe Bosse NO 2-
9427.
FOR SALE-Royal Portable Typewriter.
Excellent condition, $60. Call NO 5-
5198 after 5:30 daily.
USED GIRLS' Standard Bicycle. Good
Tires, basket. Call NO 3-6218.
FOR SALE-Hermes Portable Typewrit-
er. Good Condition. Call NO 2-5002
evenings.
BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED, custom
built house. Large 12 x 20 living room
with fireplace, picture window, book-
shelves capable,, of holding 400-500
books. Roomy kitchen with breakfast
room; ventilator fan, twin bed size
bedrooms, wardrobe closets, tile bath.
10 x 14 enclosed porch, attached gar-
age, brand new gas furnace and water
heater. Other fine features as cen-
tral air conditioning, steel casement
windows, copper screen,. magnetic
door catches, Corner lot with 165 ft.
frontage. Draperies, TV antennas in-
cluded. Phone NO 2-9249. 102 West-
wood Ave.

Wagman said about 100,to0o
books will be gathered in the un-
dergraduate section but he stressed
the flexibility of the capacity of
the building.
There will be four large reading
rooms, one on each floor. Arr'ange-
ment of the stacks and 9creens
will allow only a small sectdian of
the room to be visible at one -time.
On the main floor at tbtA lfront
of the building will be a large
exhibit area.
No tables, with the exceptioa of
the group meeting rooms will seat
more than four. Lounge f.-dture
will also be used.
Students will be allowed to 'smoke
throughout the building except for
several non-smoking roon)s.
The present General L'brary is
undergoing remodeling ad will
specialize in the graduate and re-
search field. Wagman pointed out,
however, that this will not at all
prevent the undergrad '.tu'dents

* Prompt, efficient
service

German Art Exhibit Mobles,
Stabiles Showing At Museum

USED CARS
WELCOME
Something new to greet you
in Ann Arbor
The Five Lot
Good used cars 1948 to 1952
329 South 4th Ave. NO 2-4813
FOR SALE-1953 Jaguar hard top. XK-
120 Coupe. Venetian Red. White walls,
radio and heater. $1895. See at 1319
Hill St. )N6
'52 CHEVROLET business coupe, radio
and heater, body and motor in fine
shape. Well suited for campus social
life. $394. Call NO 3-0312.
CHEAP transporte.tion. 1950 Chevrolet,
4-Door, good running order, new tirei
and battery. $200. Phone NO 2-2411.
1954 PONTIAC "8". 4-door. Hydra-matic,
R & H, other extras. Will sell outright
or take older car in trade. Call Ed
Braneilver, NO 3-3549.

BUSINESS SERVICES
$tUY YOUR TYPEWRITER
RENT YOUR TYPEWRITER
And Have Your Typewriter Repaired
At a Typewriter Store
MORRILL'S
314 South State
Normandy 3-2481
FALL window washing and eave trough
cleaning. Work done by experienced
men. Call No 2-9755.
EXPERIENCED Operators in Beauty
work of all kinds. Ritz Beauty Salon,
605 E. William, NO 8-7066.
TROPICAL FISH-Plants and aquarium
supplies. Monkeys, exotle birds, ham-
sters, spiders and pet supplies.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 E. Liberty. NO 3-0224
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rewoven. Let us save your clothes,
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
9 x 12 Cotton. Rugs.
Beautiful Color
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Also rugs all sizes at special prices.
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERING
207 . William.
Phone NO 2-94181.

from using this library if they
need to.
The only other university in the
country with the undergraduate
library in a separate building is
Harvard.
PALMOLIVE
ANY BRUSHLESS
OR LATHER CREAN
ll
Wikel Drug Co.
At Engineering Arch
DEPENDABLE
PRESCRIPTION
COMPOUNDING
FOUNTAIN SERVICE,
PHOTO FINISHING
1101 So. Univ. NO 2-0494

* Safe buy used cars sold
with a written life-time
guarantee.*
* Always a good deal on a
a new Lincolnor
Mercury
FITZGERALD Inc.,
3345 Washtenow Ave.
Ph. NO 2-4197
CARS FOR RENT
AVIS RENT-A-CAR or VAN for local or
long distance use, Reasonable. Daily,
weekly or hourly rates. Nye Motor
Sales Inc., 514 E. Washington St.
NO 6-4156.
BUSINESS SERVICES
CONTACT LENS.
Drop in for a free demonstration any
time. Write or phone for a free'book-
let "Questions and Answers About
Contact Lens."
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CENTER
Your occulist prescriptions filled
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Fourth & Washington NO 8-6010 )J6

2805 E. Washington

PERSONAL
magazine Our Price Reg. Price
Esquire $3.00-8 mo. ($4-1yr.)
Glamour 2.25-1 yr. $3.50--l yr.)
Holiday 3.79-14 mos. ($5-1 yr.)
Ladies Home
Journal '14.03-23 mos. ($3.50-1 yr.)
Lie ' 4.00-1 yr: ($6.75-1 yr.)
New Republic 5.00--1 yr. ($7.00-1 yr.)
Newsweek 3.00-1 yr. ($8.00-1 yr.)
New Yorker ...3.00-8 mos. ($7.00-1 yr.)
Playboy.......5.00-1 yr. ($6.00-1-yr.)
Reader's Digest $1.-$ mos. ($3.00-1yr.)
Reporter......3.50-1 yr. ($5.0-1 yr.)
Sat..Eve. Post 3.50-35 wk. ($6.00-1yr.)
sports Ill.......4.00-1 yr. ($7.00-1 yr.).
Time........3.00--1 yr. ($8.00-1 yr.)
U.S. News and
World Rep. 3.27-44 wk. (*5.00-- yr.)
We are privileged to offer all the
above magazines to full or part-time
students at these inexpersive prices'
Many of the rates ,are 50-75% lower
than newsstand prices. Order by pbon-
ing Student Periodical Agency, 2-3061
from 9 A.M.-10 P.M. }2
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted, $18 or new' silk
shawl collar, $25. Write to Michaels
Tailoring Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-57.
FOR RENT

Phone 3YP 4958
)S4

ATLAS TIRES
670 x 15....$15.95
710x 15....$17.95
Exchange credit plus tax
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
300 N. Main
NOrmandy 8-717
SITUATION WANTED,
STUDENT desires part time mainten-
ance work. 8-10 hours a week. Call
Bill Hohmeyer, NO 3-3373.

Mobiles, stabiles and contem-
porary German painting will be
the first principal features of the
University Museum of Art's fall
season.
An exhibition of contemporary
German painting will be shown
in the West Gallery through Sept.
26, representing the work of a
dozen German artists principally
active in Munich.
The exhibition, shown under the
group title "Zen '49", is being cir-
culated for a year in the United
States under arrangements made
by Ohio-Wesleyan University.
All works are abstract in na-
ture and represent techniques of
oil, tempra, gouache, "a method
of painting with opaque water col-
ors prepared with gum," and
drawing.
"Thelevel of the exhibition is
extremely high in quality and
more. of these painters, in parti-
cular Berke,FIetz, and Thieler, de-
serve to win recognition," Miss
Helen Hall, Museum curator said.
Seventeen mobiles and stabiles
by Calder are being circulated by
the University of WisconsinrUnion
Gallery Committee by arrange-
ment with New York's Perls Gal-
lery.
Calder began work with mobile
and stabile in 1930-31 and is to-
day internationally known as the
founder and leader of the "mo-
bile" sculpture movement, accord-
ing to the museum. His work is
now being widely used by archi-

tects for interesting innovations
in architectural art.
"The exhibition gives an in-
sight into the sculptor's l ove of
the whimsical and the playfully
fantastic. The mobiles az ad sta-
biles - delicate metalli iccreations
represent an intellectual approach
to sculpture but with n one of the
formal austerity of sone modern
sculpture," Miss Hall 5wWd.
Rent is
TYPE WRITER
(portables )j.
Ask about >ur
Rental Purcham ee Plan
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ROOM AND BOARD
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TRAILER SITES
FOR RENT
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PLEASE NOTE:
Thie Sabbath dinner, originally
sceduled for September 21, has
be en postponed until October 5.
Reservations are due October 3.

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