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IE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY MAY 17,1957

By EVELYN GOTTLIEB

DAILY CLASSIFIFDN ADS

winds in the upper regions of theI

Teams of astronomers, engi- atmosphere.

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neers, geologists, physicists and
meteorologists will disturb the
earth's usual activities as they in-
spect and explore during the In-
ternational Geophysical Year.

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IGY has panels in 60 nations on
oceanology, glaciology, cosmic
rays, rocketry and earth satellites.
Its main purpose is to collect data,
for specific times, on the earth's
formation and atmosphere.
SFrom the University's Engineer-
ing Research Institute, teams of.
aeronautical and electrical engin-
eers headed by Leslie J6nes, re-
search engineer, and Nelson Spen-
cer, of the electrical engineering
department will go to Fort Chur-
chill, Canada, the main IGY rock-
et research base, to fire 28 rockets.
Gather Space Data
Sponsored by the Signal Corps
and the Air Force's Cambridge Re-
search Center, these teams will
build and install instruments to
gather data from the edge of
space, work on the aerodynamic
features of rockets, fire rockets,
and evaluate the information ob-
tained.
Active in this field for 11 years,
these teams have developed precisel
methods for measuring air pres-
sure, temperature, density and

The rockets will be actually
fired because ground methods are
indirect, phenomena measured
may be different in another at-
mosphere and cosmic rays are af-
fected by the earth's atmosphere.
Sixteen of the rockets will be
Nike-Cajuns, 'combinat i o n s o f
slender nine-foot-long Cajun rock-
ets and propulsion units from Nike
anti-aircraft missiles. ThevNike-
Cajun has a range of over 100
miles and will contain instruments
to measure upper air density and
temperature.
Aerobees Measure Temperature
Other rockets will be Aerobees,
bigger, heavier vehicles that can
climb from 60 to 150 miles. The
Aerobees will contain instruments
to measure temperature and wind
conditions.
On the other side of the world,
Antartica, three University geolo-
gists will study the great fields of
ice which cover most of that re-
gion.
Antartic Model Earth
The group's leader, Prof. James
H. Zumberge, of the geology de-
partment explained, "Antartic ice
may be a model of the earth's
crust." From their studies geolo-

gists may discover how the Alps,
Himalayas, Rockies and other
mountain ranges are formed.
They will make geological sur-
veys of the ice formations, drilling
100 feet down to take samples of
ice at various levels. Some of the
ice crystal found may be as large
as a tennis ball.
Add Solar Flare Telescope
Geologists believe terrific forces
must have been exerted to create
such huge crystals. By charting the
orientation of the ice crystals they
can determine the stress patterns
present.
During the Geophysical Year,
the University's McMath-Hulbert
Observatory, near Pontiac, will add
two astronomers and a solar flare
patrol telescope.
The patrol telescope will be one
of 30 to 40 set up around the world
to follow the sun 24 hours a day
and record solar flares, the moun-
tains of fire that are believed to
have an important effect on the
earth's radio communications.
Geiger Counters Set Underground
The University's new 28-foot-
wide radiotelescope at Peach
Mountain, will be in full operation
during IGY, receiving outbursts of
radio waves emitted at the time of
solar flares and sunspots. Prof.
Fred T. Haddock, of the astrono-
my department will be in charge
of this operation.
Prof. Wayne Hazen of the phy-
sics departmnt will set up rows of
Geiger Counters, 50 feet under-
ground, to detect the arrival of
more energetic cosmic rays con-
stantly showering the earth.,
. Scientists are convinced of clear
connections between cosmic rays,
solar activity and the earth's mag-
netic field and magnetic storms.
Drum Major
Positions Open,

1116 S. University

)D84

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IF YOU are still searching for the
finest in movies you haven't yet
seen BOLEX.
THE QUARRY, INC.
320 S. State St. NO 3-1991
more than just a camera shop
)D86
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
For the Best in
Tires, Batteries, and Service
see
"HOB" GAI NSLEY
SERVICE
So. University & Forest
}849

presents

BEAUTIFUL CARL & SHARP FRANK
(Marriage is a Liuing Death) - (A Swinging Cat)
6:35 P.M. - Monday thru Friday

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~ Drum major tryouts for the
Michigan Marching Band will be
held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Wines
Field..
Any male student currently en-
rolled or considering entrance in
the fall is eligible to try out for
the position.
Contestants will be judged on
field generalship, which includes
leadership;. voice commands,
whistle signals, and conducting
abilities; showmanship, including
poise, entrances, and mannerisms,
twirling abilities and personalty.
Organization
Notices

GOLDEN'S SERVICE
featuring STANDARD Products
601 Packard - NO 8-9429
)S52
New Atlas Tire Sale
Sale is still on-buy these quality tires
in sets of 4-670x15, $62.95; 710x15,
$70.95; 760x15, $78.95. Plus tax and
recappable tire. No money down,
budget plan.
Hickey's Service Station
300 N. Main, cor. Catherine NO 8-7717
)S69
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet - 210 - Ex-
cellent Condition. Call NO 2-4169 eve.
)B343
PIANO FOR SALE. Upright. Fine con-
dition. Bench. $65. NO 2-5418. )B344

USED CARS
1947 DODGE fordor. Rebuilt motor,
radio, heater, good tires. $60. Call
NO 2-2883 after 6 P.M. )N147
USED Swedish Volvo 1957, 5 passenger
sedan. 3,000 miles - must sell, $1995.
Phone NO 8-8881 after 5 P.M. )N149
1939 PONTIAC Coupe, Radio, heater,
white walls and seat covers. In per-
fect condition. Phone NO 5-5247.
)N148
FOR RENT
COOL SUMMER apt. $25 each for 3
monthly. 22 minutes ride to cam-
pus. Phone NO 3-6346. )C177
ROOM FOR summer student (male) in
a private home, 132~ blocks west of
Packard Road, 2% blocks from City
limits. Car necessary. Call NO 2-6115
after 5 p.m. $6.50 per week. )C178
SPACIOUS APT. for 3 for the summer.
Cheap! Fully Furnished. Campus lo-
cation. NO 8-8026. )C179
SUMMER APARTMENT completely fur-
nished 3 blocks from campus. Call
NO 2-2420 after 5. )C180
Why NOT really enjoy your stay in
summer school? Elegat new, 3 room,
furnished apartment 1% mi. from
Unidn. Air conditioning and Swim-
ming pool included, Available June
15-Sept s 15. Call NO 3-0521 ext."296.
)C173
4 ROOM apartment near campus. Cal
NO 2-8841. )C174
FURNISHED ONE bedroom Pittsfield
Village apartment, June 10-Aug. 17
$85 per month. Call NO 2-1137 after
5:30. )C175
ONE MAN to share apartment for sum-
mer and/or fall with two grad. stu-
dents. Includes sun porch, laundry
facilities, completely furnished. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Call NO
3-8126 after 5. )C176
SUMMER RENTAL: 2 rooms, furniture,
utilities, $80 month near campus.
Call NO 5-6667 after 5 p.m.
)C169
5 ROOM, 4 person summer apt. I block
from Engine Arch. Call NO 3-6332.
)C170
ATTRACTIVE, CLEAN, on-campus un-
furnished 3-room apartment. Fire-
place, $100 includes utilities. Avail-
able after May 25. Call evenings. NO
3-5673. )C171
5-ROOM summer apartment for3 or 4
students. Two blocks from campus.
NO 2-6905. )C164
SUMMER APT. 2 blocks from campus. 3
or 4 persons. Inquire NO 2-9416. )N160
SUMMER APT. for 3 or 4. 3 rooms with
kitchen and bath. % block from
campus. REASONABLE. Call NO 2-
1056. )C159
APARTMENTS
FURNISHED for 4 adults. S. State.
Utilities paid. Available on, June
8 and June 11 to Sept. 15. HU 2-2757.
)C158
ROOMERS in fraternity for summer.
Phone NO 3-5806 anytime. )C-152
ROOMS FOR RENT: male graduate
student, (summer and fall), half
block from campus, cooking privi-
leges, 417 E. Liberty. )C150
FURNISHED apartments, 2-4 boys, near
field house. For summer only or sum-
mer and next fall. NO 3-2800 evenings.
)C142
ROOMS FOR MALE STUDENTS, %2
Double at $6.50/wk. available now.
Also rooms for summer session. NO 2-
6094 after 5 P.M. 1021 Hill St. 2 doors
from East Quad. )C132
FOR FALL and summer-modern apart-
ments 1 block from campus. NO 2-
1443. )C99
FOR SUMMER -3 man furnished
apartment with bath, 1 block from
campus. Call NO 3-8765 after 5:30
p.m. )C181
SUBLET June 15 - August 31 at less
than rent. One bedroom. North
Campus Apt. NO 3-6358. )C182
NICE, furnished 3-room apartment in
Chelsea available for couple. $60, sum-
mer only. Call GR 9-5761 after 5 p.m.
)C183

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Be sure to visit our Booth (15)
at the Builder's Show,
Yost Field House
Audio Supply

1 DAY 3 DAYS
.75 1.87
.90 2.25
1.04 2.60
Figure 5 average words to a line
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 1 1 :00 A.
Phone NO 2-3241

6 DAYS
2.78
3.33
3.85
M. Saturday

REAL ESTATE
THE
BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
REALTORS
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
(Washtenaw at Stadium)
Office 214 E. washington - NO 3-0800
Models Open Daily 10-8 )R1
TRANSPORTATION
RENT A CLEAN NEW CAR
Daily, Weekly or Hourly Rates
! Reservations made anywhere
Rent A Car
514 E. Washington St.
Phone NO 314156
)030
NEW CARS

508 E. Williams
NO 3-3223
)X5
TAPE RECORDERS
$99.9,5 UP
Revere
Webcor
Crescent
MUSIC CENTER
300 S Thayer
NO 2-2500
NO 2-2500 )X34

PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH aquariums and sup-
plies, Hamsters, Parakeets, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
(open daily except Thursday)
)T17
ALL COLORS -- baby parakeets and
breeders. Canaries. Baby cockatiel
cages. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403. )T3

PERSONAL
JEWELS OF LASTING VALUE
exclusive in Ann Arbor
$2 to $20
MARGARET SHOP
Greene's Cleaners' Building
)F235
ROBIN HOOD
Something important,
That cannot wait,
Has made me break
Our Friday date,
Very unexpectedly
I have to leave
Hoping you'll call
On Sunday Eve.
Apologetically,
Your Stockwell Lady
)F237
I SIT and sigh and wonder why "big-
cheese" Birnbaum "Squeaky" Declark.
Michimouse has spoken. )F238
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Phone operator. Full or part
time. Good speaking voice. Call for
interviews. NO 2-5539 Arthur Mur-
ray Studio. 1311 S. U. )H139
NEXT FALL wanted accredited nursery
school teacher 3 mornings a week,
Call NO 2-6188. )H138
WAITERS and WAITRESSES needed
fbr noons and for evenings. Experi-
ence not essential. Call in person.
The Virginian Restaurant, 313 S.
State )H125
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )H20
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED RIDE to N.Y.C. June 8. Back
June 20. Call Bobbie 4523 Stockwell.
)059
RIDERS wanted to New York City and
Connecticut on June 5th. Gil Berger,
NO 3-8508. )G57
WANTED-RIDERS to Fla. Leave June
15. Share expenses. HU 3-0387. )G56
WANTED-RIDERS to Calif. June 7.
Law Club M-21. )G52
RIDERS wanted to Los Angeles, Calif.
Leave June 5. Call NO 8-9883.
) G60
RIDER wanted daily to Jackson, Mich.
Call NO 8-7067. )G61
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: GREY and white female cat.
Orange spot on back. Reward. 607
E. Ann. Apt. 1. After 5. )A151
LOST-TAN briefcase in front of Uni-
versity High School. Initials "C.K."
Call NO 2-2314 after 5. )A150
LOST one WHITE ELEPHANT between
3rd & 4th on Liberty. Rich reward.
Finder call 2101 W. Couzens' Hall.
)A149
FOUND-May 3; Ladies' Wallet. Call NO
3-0212. )A146
REWARD for information leading to
whereabouts of goldi ring. Lost 3/18 in
library. Call 3-0521, ext. 672. If no ans.
leave message. )A120
LOST - Silver Phi Delta Theta pin.
3074 Alice Lloyd, reward. )A152
FOUND - Near Union, mans watch,
brown leather band. NO 3-6739.
)A153

ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD for summer. Very
reasonable. Room $6 per week. Board
3 meals daily, $2.30, 5 days per week.
For information call Al Szemborski,
NO2-8312, 6-7 p.m. Alpha Chi Sigma.
)E24
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107 )
)J68
PASTEL MINK--NEW SKINS
Direct from an EMBA Ranch.
MARGARET SHOP - 516 E. LIBERTY
)J59
WASHINGS -- Also ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and de-
livery. Phone NO 2-9020. )J23
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO sub-let an apartment
during summer school. 1 adult wo-
man. Call HU 2-0460. )L18
WANTED: GOOD furnished two-bed-
room apartment or small house close
to campus., Ex-teaching fellow and
'wife returning for summer session.
Periodrdesired: June 16 through Aug.
4. Please write to William Cherniak,
345 South Main Street, Jamestown,
N.Y. )L17
GRADUATE STUDENTS want small
single apartment for tht summer ses-
sion. R. Burns, 2609 Oak, Port Huron,
Michigan. )L16
2 WOMEN students desire apt. for fall.
Close to campus. Call 3-1561, Rm.
4545 Alice Lloyd. )Li9
ALTERATIONS
Dressmaking
Tailoring, restyling. Will do itting in
your home or .mine. Experienced,
minimum charges. NO 5-6370.
Pick-up and Delivery
)P3
DRESSMAKER
Alterations, Restyling
334 S. State St. NO 3-6612
)P4
DRESSMAKER
Mending -- Alterations.. Ph. NO 2-9541.
)Pi
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single-breasted, $18; or new silk
shawl collar, $25. Write to Michaels
Tailoring Co., 1425 Broadway, Detroit,
Michigan, for free details or phone
WOodward 3-5776.. P

OVERSEAS DELIVERY
All foreign cars
Call European Cars
NO 5-5800

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Conducted by Alpha Epsilon Pi

334 Nickels Arcade
(above Bay's Jewelry)

NO 2-7767

NO 2-9425

Oneg Shabbot following at the A.E. Pi House

SERVICES AT 7:30

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NO 2-3136

THE KING OF ROCK'N'ROLL
SEE-FRANKIE .YMON and IT TEEX .GERS
HEARthresg"I'm ntaluvenleDelinuent"
SEE-Lovely LA VERN BAKER
NEAR her sing "TRA-LA-LA"
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ROAD RUNNER CARTOON-"WALTER WINCHELL PARTY"
Coming Sunday!
TYRONE POWER in "ABANDON SHIP"
RONALD REAGAN in "HELLCATS OF THE NAVY"

The Episcopal Student Foundation,
Canterbury Picnic, May 17, cars will
leave at 4:30 and 5:30. In case of bad
weather, picnic will be held in Canter-
bury House.
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
luncheon at Canterbury following the
12:10 celebration of Holy Communion,
May 17.
* * *
Women's League, petitioning f o r
"American Sisters of the International
Friendship Program" will be extended
through Saturday, May 18. Petitions
may be secured in the League Under-
graduate Office. *
Roger Williams Fellowship, Installa-
tion Banquet, May 17, 6:30, Fellowship
Hall.
* * *
NAACP, picnic, May 17, 1:00, Island
Park. In case of rain, picnic will be
held in Canterbury House, 218 N.
Division.
* * *
Deutscher Verein, Annual Picnic, May
18, 2:00, meet at Tappan Hall for a
ride to the Arboretum.
Lutheran Student Association, Splash
party, May 17, 7:30, meet at Lutheran
Student Center,

FOR SALE: 6 month-old Cold-Spot 4
cubic foot freezer. Sell at sacrifice.
Call NO 3-2277 after 6 P.M. )B340
REAS NABLE 1956 Prairie Schooner
house trailer. 2 bedrooms, 36 feet,
fully furnished. HU 3-4869. )B338
SPRING & SUMMER FORMALS in
pastel colors. Excellent condition.
Some worn only once. Sizes 9-10.
Phone NO 5-5817 evenings. )B333
$1200 BUYS EXCELLENT housing, 1950
Trailer, one bedroom, modern, com-
pletely furnished. See at Woodside
Trailer Home, one mile east of State
Street on U.S. 112. Jack Logan. )B329
4 SPALDING TOPFLIGHT Woods $50.
9 new MacGregor M.T. Irons $90.
Both for $125. Call NO 2-8095 after
5 P.M. )B329
1948 PLYMOUTH 4 door sedan. Runs
well. $85. NO 2-5242. )B222
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies.

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Record Sale
Overstock 12" LP's
$3.98 and $4.98 values, only $2.98.
SMajor labels represented
LIBERTY MUSIC SHOPS
205 E. Liberty Phone NO 2-0675
211 S. State Phone NO 8-9013
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NEW furnished efficiency apt., walk-
ing distance, for summer rental. Wil-
liam Dawson, 1106 Michigan. )C185

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