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PAGE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, IRS'?

EXPENSES PAID:
Tuition Seholarships
Open for Study Abroad

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Over 300 scholarships, ranging
from tuition to tuition and full
maintenance, are available to stu-
Face, Switzerlanld, and the Nth-
erlands this year.
The scholarships cover almost
all fields of study and include
such diversified areas as theology
and electron optics. -
Opportunity for study is avail-
able in most of the free countries
of the w orld. Israel Demark It-
have university scholarships for
which there is no language re-
quirement. The universities in-
clude Oxford, the Sorbonne, Pa-
dua, and the Free University of
BerlP1
Switzerland . . .
made available for Americn grd
uate students by Swiss univer-
sities and societies.
Tuition grants are offered by
the Universities of Basel Bern,
Fribourg, Geneva, La' "me, Neu-
chatel, and Zurich and other in-
stitutions.
Grants for advanced research in
the natural and medical sciences
are being off ered by the American-
Swis Foundatin for Sci nii
an M.D. or Ph.D.
Gernany . . .
Competition for more than 60
scholarships for study in Germany
are' now open-.
The Federal Republic of ,Ger-
many Is offering 50 scholarships
to American students in gratitude
for the help of the American gov-
ernment , in the post-war recon-
struction of Germany.
The scholarships provide for the
payment of 300 German marks per
month and round trip passage
from New York to Germany. The
payments begin Nov. 1 and are to
be used for study In any field at
a West German college or uni-
versity.
Tuition and a modest stipend
for maintenance are given in the
Free University of Berlin's two
awards.*
Prospective teachers of German

are eligible for the two $1500
awards of the Germanistic So-
ciety of America. The scholarships
are for one year of study in the
fields of German language and
literature at a West German in-
sdidatesmus bhgerunder 30 years
old and preferably married. A
masters degree is desirable.
A tuition and maintenance
scholarshi forr a fields nep
sity of Cologne.-
Aprxmtl 30 university fe-
lowships and forty teaching as-
sistantships are being offered by
the French Government.
The fellowship awards, offered
through the Ministry of Foreign
Aff airs are designed for students
with definite acedemic projects or
study plans'.
The assistantships, o f f e r e d
through the Ministry of Educa-
tion, provide opportunity to be-
comebeter cquintd wth
Frnce anto 0acquire teaching ex-
perience.
Candidates for these awards
should be under 30 years old, U.S.
citizenswit a gbachelor degree
French.
Students receiving the teaching
assistantships will teach conver-
sational English in French sec-
ondary schools. These positions
are intended for future teachers
of French.
Netherlands . . .
The Dutch government is offer-
ing three scholarships of 2,500
guilders each to graduate students.
The awards are for maintenance
and tuition fees are waive ~
Included in the courses of study
open to American Students are
Dutch language and linguistics,
Dutch history, Sinology, history of
are and others. *
The scholarships do not in-
clude travel expenses.
Further information about these
scholarships is available from the
Institute ,of International Educa-
tion, 116 South Michigan Ave.,
Chicago 3, Michigan.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFlED ADVERTISING
- RAT ES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .75 1.87 2.78
3 .90 2.25 3.33
4 1.04 2.60 3.85
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
1 1:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-.3241
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time. Apply 113 5. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellowi and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )H20
WANTED-Baby sitter. Monday, Wed-
nesday 12:45 - 3:15. NO 2-9847. )H84
WANTED-Walter for meals. Men's
student house. 1319 Hill. Call Mr.
Wentz NO 2-6422. (H85
FOR RENT
WANTED-2 girls to share apt. near
campus. NO 3-2342. )C68
TWO ROOM SUITE for two male stu-
dents. Sleeping porch and study
room. $7 each per week. 1227 So.
State. NO 3-1650. )C67
WANTED--One room-mate for 2-man
apartment, across street from East
Engine $27.505month. 551 Church
LOKNG for a male grad studen to
% block from campus. 417 E. Liberty.
)C70
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
For the Best in
Tires, Batteries, and Service
see
"HOB" GAI NSL EY
SE RV IC E
-So. University & Forest
)S49
SAVE MONEY
ON N EW & USE D
T IR ES
Full line of Atlas Batteries
& Accessories - Waranteed
Permaguard Winterization
Guaranteed
Mechanic on Duty -- Road Service
Standard Service
1220 So. University - NO 8-916850

FOR SALE .
New Tires - Batteries
With written warranty. Also snow
tires. Long budget terms, no down
payment. Get our price before you
buy!
Hickey's Service Station
300 N. Main, car. Catherine NO 8-7717
)B190
REFRIGERATOR: apt, size, good work-
ing conditIon, *40. Single Bed and
mattress; $10. NO 3-1416. )B212
CORTINA French record course. Used
very little, $45. Write Box 35-A, Mich-
igan Daily. )B215
REBUILT Raleigh English Bike. Mo-
torcycle, Australian-built model ~
3 months old. Buying car. Write or
inquire 2016 C Northwood Apts. )B208
VALENTINE SPECIAL
We love you all,
so please give s a call.h,
Anything your heart may wish
CA MPB ELL & SON BA KERY
219 N. Main Call NO 8-9880
)B214
RA RE V/IOL INS
AND BOWS
ALL ACCESSORIES, STRINGS,
REPAIRS
MA DDY M US IC
NO 3-3223)B4
Quality name brand speakers,
amplifiers, kits, turntables,
changers, tape recorders
Hours: Mon .-Fri: Noon-8 P.M.
Saturday: 9-1 P.M.
Audio SuplyLab. Sh owrooms
(above Bay's Jewelr)
NO 2-7767 NO 2-9425
)B206
FOR SALE-Tuxedo and Navy officer
uniforms-41 long-very reasonable.
NO 2-9165. )B207
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords -- $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies.

REAL ESTATE
T H E
BUTTS & SW ISH ER CO.
REALTORS
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
(Washtenaw at Stadium)
Models Open Daily 10-8
Phone NO 3-0800 )-
' PERSONAL
ROOMMATE WANTED to share mod-
with twor grls. Close to campus NO
8-9690. F131
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.,
Double-breasted, $18, or new silk
shawl collar $25 Writ tow Mrcaels
Michigan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-5776. )F1
ROOM A ND BOA R D
BOARDERS WANTED -- Call NO 3-
2360. House Manager. )E9
BOARDERS WANTED - Good food,
reasonable rates. Call Brad Barr, NO
2-9431. )ElO
BOARD at Nakamura Coop House, 807
So. State. 20 meals a week for $9.00 and
4% hours work. Contact Harley Ris-
tad, Pres., between 5-6. NO 2-3219.
)E11
Friends^Center. *20adfu or
work weekly cover room and board.
Apply 1416 Hill St. or phone NO 2
BUSINESS SERVICES
EXPERIENCED TYPIST in thesis, term
papers, etc. Work done on electric
typewriter. NO 2-7605. )J91
TEACHER of singing and speaking.
Mrs. Kenneth N. Westerman, NO 8-
6584. )J47
CHILD DAY CARE -- Licensed home.
Northwest location. References. Call
NO 2-0410. )J46
for children nine months totwenty
four months. Phone NO 8-7797. )J43
WASHINGS--Also ironing separately.
wseda skirts. Freet pck up and deli-
very. Phone NO 2-9020. )J23
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Cordovan wallet in Union.
Identification cards needed. Call NO
5-6373. Reward offered. ) A86
LOST Wednesday-Alpha ,Delta Pt pin.
Reward. NO 2-2539. )A85
LOSTr-Man's brown wallet. Laurence
Mieras engraved. Call NO 2-4200. )A87
TWO-ROOM furnished apartmen. ri-
vate bath; couple preferred; $85 per
month. NO 2-0342. )A71
Solbstu- RN
SINGLE FOR MAN-campus location,
laundry facilities. Call NO 8-7253 aft-
er five. )D42 I
DOUBLE ROOM for men students.
Living room and kitchen privileges.
$7.50 each, including linens. Call NO
8-9402. )D41
BASEMEN BEOOM and s itting
trance. Need car. NO 2-6008. )D40
CAMPUS ROOMS for men. Refrigerator
available. New beds. 1019 Church St.
Call NO 3-4257 or HU 2-7678. )D39
CLEAN SINGLE and double rooms for
men students near campus. Call NO
3-2242 after 4. )D43
ROOMS for male students. block
from campus. One double and one I
half double room avaiable. 723 Oak-
land, NO 3-3792. )D45
SINGLE ROOM for male student. One
block from Law School. 808 Oakland.
NO 2-2858. )Di4

USED CARS
1949 PLYMOUTH convertible, radio and
heater, completely summerized. $162.
Call NO 5-1367. )N89
USED CAR SPECIALS-1954 Chevrolet
fordor; radio and heater, powerglide
1949 Frda VS tudr 1 owner, radio and
heater, good tires, $165.
1956 Ford tudor, 19,000 miles, real nice,
$1395.
JIM WHITE, INC.
Open 'ti 9r P.M. Daly-t. 'til 1 P.M.
2 Big Lots-Car. Washington and First
Sts. and Car. Ashley and Liberty Sts.
Phones:
NO 2-5000, NO 3-6495, NO 3-3321
)N90
USED CARS
SHOP AT
DOUG'S PLACE
3106 WASHTENAW AVE.
(at the sign of Speedway 79)
30 - ONE OWNER CARS
mostly low mileage
from $7 up
FORD SALES - World's Smallest
Deal with Doug -Doug'l Deal
USED CA RS
M IDW INTE R
SP EC IA L
1953 Pontiac Deluxe 8: tudor sedan,
radio, heater, hydramatic. Spe-
cial at $795.
1953 Ford Mainliner; tudor, radio,
heater and overdrive. Special
$645.
1954 Ford Custom V8 tudor; heat-
er, exceptionally clean car.
Priced at $745.
1952 Plymouth fordor sedan; radio
and heater, good transporta-
tion. Priced at $165.
K Ll NG LE R
PONT IAC INC
2500 Jackson
at Stadium Blvd.
Phone NO 2-3221
Open 8:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
)N88
Dal lsiid
Bring Results
OR PH EUM
ContinosFro 1:30
ENDING TODAY
FROM AFRICAN JUNGLES...
TO CUBAN WATER-FRONTS!

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LAURENCE OLIVE4
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ArchiteCture Auditorium 50c

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SAM'S STORE
122 East Washington

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Members 25c
SNon-Members 75c

Tonigt
7:30

Read
Daily

9 x12 COTTON R UGS
$29.95
Many varieties of colors to choose from
SMITH'S FLOOR COVER ING
207 EBOWashington
Oen Monday evening until 8:30
)B186
SEAHORSES and marine fish are in!
Fresh watertropicals, plants, aquar-
mops and monkeys.
University Aquarium
328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
0 ' " ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' )B 2 1 7
University Electrovoice, Viking,
Garrard and the best of the rest'.
* "Build it yourself" Kits.
* "Installment Plan" to fit your needs.
* "Audiophile Net" or Catalog Prices
1317 So. University
NO 2-9595 )B194
33 PT. RIVER DIAMOND RING for
70% of value. References. R. E. Tay-
bor, 12 N. Ingalls. )B216
DIAMOND RINGS-Complete selection
of wedding rings, bands, birth stone
rings and men's diamond rings. 55%
off. Direct from factory. We can not I
be beat. Written guarantee. Money
refunded if not satisfied. At NO 2-
2684. )B191 I

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Tonight 8:15
no 2-5915

clifford odet's broadway and
hollywood success

End ing Today
GARY COOPER
in
"DALLAS'"
and
"MIRACLE in the RAIN"
Jane Wyman
"GOODBREDMY LADY"
Walter Brennan

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The
will start again next Sunday, and will continue
through the semester. Thank you for your past
support. See you next week.
-Hillel Student Governrment

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"LIFE AND MUSIC OF
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and
"DISTANT DRUMS"
Gary Cooper

Phiadelphia rchestra Throu ghout
TAll-Beethoven program:.0Alexander Brailowsky, pianist, in Con-
Certo No. 3 in C minor. Overture to "Leonore", No. 3; and
Symphony No. 8 in F major. Eugene Ormandy, Conductor.
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 8:30 P.M.
Verdi's "Aida" (concert form), with University Choral Union
Leonryne Price, Soprano; Martha Lipton, contralto; Kurt Baum,
Tenor; Robert McFerrin, Baritone; Nicola Moscona, bass. Thor
Johnson, Conductor.
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2:30 P.M.
Joseph Szigeti, Violinist - Concerto in D minor (Tartini) ; Por-
trait No. 1, Op. 5 (Bartok); and "La Folio" (Corelli). Over-
ture, "La Scala d;i Seta" (Rossini); and Symphony No. 4 in A
major (Mendelssohn). ,William R. Smith, Conducting.
Festival Youth Chorus in Fletcher's "Walrus and the Carpenter",
Geneva Nelson, Conductor.
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 8:30 P.M.
Robert Merrill, Baritone, in operatic arias (2 groups). Overture
to "Die Meistersinger" (Wagner) ; Symphony No. 88 in G
major (Haydn); Adagio for Strings (Barber); and "Russian
Easter" Overture (Rimsky-Korsakoff). Eugene Ormandy, Con-
ductor.
SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2:30 P.M.
Gina Bachouer, Pianist, in Concerto No. 2 (Brahms). University
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