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TOWARDS BETTER UNITY:
'U' Arab Club To Sponsor
Dinner, Movies This Year

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By THOMAS TURNER

Membership in the Arab Club
is open to students from all Arab
countries, says club president Ali
Mahgoub, Grad., because nation-
al feeling in the Near East trans-
cends national boundaries.
At present, explains Mahgoub,
the members include all Arab std-
dents on campus. There are 75
members, coming from Egypt,
Syria, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon.
The club considers "Arab" an
ethnic term. Arabs speak Arabic
and share a common "cultural
background." Almost all have the
same religion, Mahgoub said,
though there are Christian and
Jewish Arabs.
To illustrate his* point that Is-
lam wasn't necessary to geing an
lam wasn't necessary to being an
his country, Egypt. He pointed
out three stars representing the
three religions of his country.,
More Soeial than Political
"The purpose of our club is so-
cial rather than political," Mah-
goub said. He indicated he feels
the club has appeared too, poli-
tically inclined in the past.
The Arab Club has four com-
mittees which handle its activi-"
ties
First is the cultural committee.:

Its function is informing Ameri-
can students and those from oth-
er non-Arab countries about the
social life, living conditions; cus-
toms and aspirations of the Arab
lands.
Better Contact Needed
Knowledge of the homelands
of the Arab student is sadly lack-
ing among Americans, according
to Mahgoub. He illustrated with a
story of a girl who sat next to
him his first semester at the
University.
Oan'successive days,.Mahgoub
related, she asked him if he wore
the clothing of a desert tribes-
man when at home, if he lived in
a tent, and if Egyptians had cars
or still rode camels. Mahgoub
lives in Cairo, which has a popu-
lation of one and one-half mnil-
lion.
'Activities to be stressed in the
coming semester are the Arab din-
ner and Arab night, both of which
were very popular last year, as
were movies of Arab countries.
Other committees include the
public relations committee, in
charge of press relations andcon-
tact with other groups on campus,
the athletic committee, -and the
social committee.

PERSONAL
IT'S SPRING CLEANING TIME
Don't wait-it's coming soon-at last
-greatest thing yet--Oi COURSE-it
white elephant sale! Phone NO 5-2422
or NO 2.32$1 by 3 o'clock Wednesday.
)F198
PHOTO SUPPLIES

BUSINESS SERVICES
HELLO THERE! Why not plan on hav-
ing lox, bagels, onion rolls, cream
cheese, or assorted danish pastry for
breakfast this weekend? We'll be op-
enr all day today too.
RALPH'S FOOD MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175"
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
j ~)J112
TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service.,
pick up and delivery. Moseley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.

AIRES 35 III L
color slide outfit
Includes camera, case, light meter,
flash, viewer and gadget bag.
list $150.00
.our price $119.50
QUARRY_
3208. tae N 3-99

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NO 3-5888.

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NO 3-1991

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FOR SALE
A QUIET deluxe Royal portable type-

* -Photo courtesy of Men's and Boy's
Wear Inter-Industry Council
TO V.I.P.'s: Choose the,"wiggle weave" this spring, the new
in wool-worsted suits. Also new is the jacket with more
r padding.

writer, used, $65. Call Norman Luker,,
NO 5-6145 Days, NO 3-3097 Evenings.
)B124
BEDROOM SUITS, sofa, dining room
table and chairs, air conditioner,
enamel tea wagon, ironing board and
bathroom scale. 302 West Davis, Apt.
No. 5 after '2 p.m. )B117
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords -$7.25;
socks 39c, shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
CLEARANCE SALE
RECORD PLAYERS $19.95 UP

weaav

ULLEN
the pgrase
n this spring

s suits.
name implies, this wool-
suiting has tunnel-like
that seem to "wiggle"
the fabric. It is being
n a variety of colors, with
j* host popular.
with the wiggle weave,
nd Boys' Wear Inter-In-
Council predict a new iri-
e in suits. Colors are ae-

quiring fresh spring overtdnes, and
jacquard weaves are being, shown.
Fabric weight refers to the num-
ber of ounces to the linear yard
in suits. For spring, the most
cqmfortable choice is the light-
weight 9-ounce weight, which ap-
pears. in all-wool tropical worsted
suits.
The three-button suit jacket is
still the first choice of college men.
To this popular version has been
added more shoulder padding and
indentation at the waist, giving it
new shape and style. It is also
shorter in length than the style
of last season.
Slanted*flapped pockets, known
as "hacking" pockets, are another
new note in men's suits. Cuffs are
losing prominence, with removable
cuffs being shown on sleeves and
trousers' losing their cuffs alto-
gether.

Spring Rites Panned,

WHY PAY MORE?-
When CAMPUS RADIO & T.V. offers
lowest service rates and parts dia-
counts to students and University
personnel. Fast, dependable service
on radios, phono, T.V., Hi-F1.
CAMPUS RADIO & T.V.
1111% South Univ. (second floor)
NO 5-6644
"Owned & Operated by University
Students"
)X40

HOUSE WORK, experienced -- Mon.-
Thurs., also Sat. NO 2-9782. )J114
LICENSED HOME, child care in Pitts-,
field area, Call. NO 2-9104., )J113
IMPORTED CANDY
AND GROCERIES
CLEAN COOKED AND DE-VEINED
SHRIMP FOR COCKTAILS
WASHINGTON FISH MARKET
208 E. WASHINGTON NO 2-2589
)J26
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107 )J103
WASHINGS AND IRONINGS done in
my home. Reasonable prices. Free de-
livery. Call NO 3-4850. )J100
100% WOOL CARPETING, wall td wall
installation. This includes rubber face
padding, deluxe installation and for
only $8.95 a square yard. A saving of
$3.75 a square yard.
SMITH FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington NO 3-5536
)J89
ONE-DAY SERVICE
for shoe repairing and hat cleaning at
SAN FORD'S
also fine tailoring, suits pressed and
shoe shining 3
119 East Ann Street.
Phone: Business NO 8-6966
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J99
ALTERATIONS, DRESSMAKING, Suits,
coats, etc. done reasonably. 618 Pack
ard, NO 2-8449, )J101
LINOLEUM, wall tile. shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 3204E. Liberty uN8-6725.
)J35
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
WE SERVICE ALL FOREIGN CARS.
EUROPEAN CARS
303 S. Ashley NO 5-5800
)S21
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
C- 'ED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is qur business. At-
las tires,. batteries and accessories.
Waranteed & guaranteed. See us
for the best price on new & used
tires. Road service;,- mechanic on
duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO ,8-9168 )S3
COMPLETE WINTER TUNE-UP
FOR FAST WINTER STARTING

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Falcon pipe with metal stem.
Reward. Call NO 3-9743. )A105
NEW CARS
Over 30 miles to a gallon
1958 VOLVO
Available now
Michigan European Car Corporation
303 S. Ashley NO 5-5800
)V15
ALTERATIONS
LET US convert your double breasted
suit or tuxedo to a single breasted
model for only $15.00. Double breasted
tuxedo to shawl collar with new silk
facing for only $22.00. Wide lapel
single breasted to new style narrow
lapel for only $11.00. Expert work-
,manship. Mail to Michaels Tailoring
Co., or write for free details. 1425
Broadway, Detroit 26, or phone WOod-
ward 3-5776. )P4
USED CARS
FOR SALE
We specialize in good used cars
from $100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES
at 544 Detroit Street. NO 3-8141.
)N36
1957 ENGLISH FORD, 4-door, excellent
condition. Call NO 3-8056.
HELP WANTED
MALE COUNSELLOR house father for
evenings and part time. Room and
board and or salary depending on
time available. Prefer graduate psy-
chology, social work, or education
student. 35 minutes from campus.
Methodist Children's Village, KE 1.-
4060. )H80
HOUSE WORK, experienced --Mon.-
Thurs. also Sat. NO 2-9782. )H80
CAMP COUNSELORS WANTED. Young
men to assume leadership responsi-
bilities on the staff of a Northern
Michigan '10-week summer camp for
boys. Must have a genuine interest in
boys. Call evenings NO 2-9454. )H79
TRANSPORTATION
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE
for Avis Rent o Car
from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday, 9 A.M.
$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.

ROOM AND BOA
BOARDERS WANTEL
Excellent food-low rates. C
8581, ask for Steward.
* Board at Michig
House, 315 N. Stat
mura Co-op Hou
State. 20 meals a
approximately $9.
hours per' week. I!
meal call NO 8-6872. 1-5 P.M.
GOOD FOOD. Reasonable
and Forest St. Mr; Wentz.
St. NO 2-6422.
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FOR RENT,
NEAR TOWN & CAMP
Furnished one bedroom
Private bath. $90 per mont
2-5337 or NO 8-6725.
CAMPUS AREA - Best u
three rooms and bath. Pi
trance. Stove and refrigeral
NO 2-0998 or NO 2-6581.I
Puller, Realtors.
EXTRA LARGE room, linens
reasonable. Phone between
5304.
FOR RENT: Suite of rooms'
220 S. Ingalls.
FURNISHED APARTMENT f
very reasonable rent, nea:
To see, call NO 3-4402.
BOARD & ROOM - Uppercl
male graduatg. Linen furni
sonable rates. At Hill &-
Wentz, 1319 Hill, NO 2-642
ROOMS for rent, board incly
ical fraternity, reasonable ri
tenaw Ave. Call NO 2-321
FOR RENT: Near Law Club, t
and bath, unfurnished. Mi
ple or single person. NO 2-
3 OR 4 STUDENTS: Ideal nq
room furnished and u
apartments for students or
sonnel. New building. 727 1
ley. Phone NO 2-2556. W
Realtors, 321 E. Huron.
FOR RENT: large double,
furnished T2 graduate men
cation. Close to campus.
FOR RENT: A large double
'private lavatory nd bow
room, good beds. A quiet
quiet neighborhood. 923 '
nue. Tel. NO 2-1465.
CAMPUS APT. 2, 3, or 4 at
furnished apt. near Unior
3-9510 or NO 3-4594.
MALE STUDENT wanted
excellent two man apar
3-2235.

is are now available for
on the Student Activi-
>larship Board and the'
Activities Building Ad-
ive Board, says Tony

on Radios, Phonographs,

Rent a Car.
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4156

Two persons will be appointed
fill two-year terms. The schol-
ship board is responsible for dis-
rsement of the activities schol-
ships. It plans, arranges and
anages the selection of the, reci-
ants and publicizes the fund, its-
irpose and the award.
Three positions are to be filled
the ten member tudent SAB
iLinistrative Board. These ap-
intments will be for one-year
rms and must be filled by mem-
rs of the second floor organiza-
)n.of the SAB.
Petitions for these two boards
il be accepted through Wednes-
y at 6 p.m. They* are available
Student Government Council
fces in the SAB.
Interviews will be held Thurs-
y in the SOC offices in -the SAB.
uestions concerning this peti-
Dning will be answered between
and 5 pjm. in the SGC offices.
Weiler also noted the facili-
is of the SAB workshop which
open to organizations and ndi-
duals with permission of the
kB board

A photography contest is be-
ing sponsored by te House Com-
mittee of the Michigan Union
from March 3 through March 7.
The contest is open to any Uni-
versity student. All pictures must
be taken by the, students them-
selves.
Pictures may be entered at the
student ° offices of the ,Union from
3 to 5 p.m. through Feb. 28. All
pictures must be mounted.
Categories are people, nature,
buildings, sports and miscellan-
eous. Sizes must be no larger than
12 inches and no* smaller than
four inches. A contestant is lim-
ited to five entries.
. The best picture in each cate-
gory will be awarded a gift cer-
tificate or cash. A grand prize will
be given to the best picture dis-
played.
Pictures and prizes may be col-
lected from .'March 10 through
March 15. The contest committee
assumes no responsibility for pic-
tures unclaimed after March 15.

LINDA JEANETTE BEATTY
,Beatty-Foote
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beatty'
of Fart Wayne, Ind., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Linda Jeannette, to Mr. James
Stuart Foote.
Mr. Foote is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert I, Foote of Grand
Rapids.
Miss Beatty is a senior in the
education school. Mr. Foote is a

Toth-Livingston
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Toth of
Evart, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Carol Mae, to
Mr. Joel R. Livingston, Jr., son of
the senior Livingstons of New
York City.
Miss Toth was graduated from
the school of architecture and de-
sign and is now employed in the
television department of the U-ni
versity Broadcasting Service.
Mr. Livingston is a graduate of
the University of'Notre Dame and
is now a graduate student in
chemistry at the University.

CAROL MAE TOTH

Ann Arbor Radio-TV Service
1217 South University
Across from the Campus Theater

St.
)G14

NO 8-7942

)X38

Hear the fabulous NORELCO
tape recorder
USED TAPE RECORDERS
& HI-Fl EQUIPMENT
FOR SALE
OVER 100 BRANDS OF HI-FI
COMPONENTS IN STOCK

Physician's Glasses Prescriptions Fil
Frames Repaired and Replaced

junior
The
ding.

in the engineering school.
couple plans a June wed-

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Oraizto Notic

ROAD SERVICE
GOLDEN'S
SERVICE STATION
601 Packard NO

Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-1

Gamma Delta, Lutheran Students'
Group, supper and program, Feb. 23,,
6 p.m., University Lutheran Chapel..
Initiation of new members and show-
ing of color movie, "The Work of Our
Hands."
* * *
Unitarian Student Group, meeting,
Feb. 23, 7 p.m., First Unitarian Church.
Speaker: Dr. George Peek, Political Sci-
ence Dept., "The Liberal Tradition in
the United States" Transportation
from Union, Lane Hall, Stockwell, Mar-
tha Cook at 6:45 p.m.
Eastern Orthodox Students -Society,
lecture, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. Greek Ortho-
dox Church, 414 N..Main. Speaker: Rev.
Alexander Znamensky, "The Impact of
Orthodoxy on the Western World."
* * *
Lutheran Student Assoc., supper, Feb.
23, 6:00 ,p.m. Lutheran Student Cen-
ter. Martin Luther film, 7 p.m.

International Students :Association,
Balloon Debate, Feb. 25, 7:45 p.m., Hus-s
sey Rm., League.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, hiking and
toboganning, Feb. 23, 2 p.m., meet in
back of Rackham.
- * * *
Hillel, supper club, Feb. 23, 8 p.m.,
Social Hall.
'.* * *
Hillel, interfaith discussion, Feb. 23,
7 p.m., Brasley Lounge. Panel: Prof.
Wm. Leslie, Rabbi Arm, and Sharey
Zedek. Topic: "Where Judaism Dif-
fered.".
* * *
Michigan Christian Fellowship, lec-
ture, Feb. 23, 4 p.m., Lane Hall. Speak-
er:. Dr. Robert Smith, -"Who Is This
Galilean?"
* * * I
Kappa Phi, Rose Tea, Feb. 23, 2 p.m.,
Wesley Lounge, First Methodist Church.
All wMethodist preference coeds are
cordially invited.

PIANOS (Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey, Thomas).
New and Used. Terms
Rare Violins & Bows Restoration
MADDY MUSIC
508 1. William NO 3-3223
)X35
MISCELLANEOUS
SINGING AND SPEAKING Lessons. Mrs.
Kenneth N. Westerman. Member Na-
tionel Assoc. Teachers of Singing, 715
Granger, NO 8-6584. )M17
HOUSEPARENT3 bor a small home for
girls. Near Ann Arbor. Salary plus full
maintenance. Maintenance could co-
incide with beginning of next se-
mester. A variety of training and ex-
perience could be considered. Hus-
band may be employed full time
elsewhere. Both should be 25 or older.
Call NO 2-5834. )M14
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TROPICAL FISH, Aquariums and sup-
plies,'Hamsters, Parakeets, Kitty lit-
ter, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
(Open daily and Sun.. afternoons)
Closed Thursday )TIG

2t 1 East Liberty

Fred A Waara

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For the eighteenth year, fra-
ernity and sorority members of
he University will join forces to
resent Greek Week from March
7 through March 22.
Starting the week off, Monday's
rogram boasts two hours of en-
rtainment by the noted Four
reshmen. At 48:00 p.m. in Hill
uditorium, these Capitol Record-
ig stars, acclaimed as the first
iodern singing group, will ap-
ear for the first time at the Uni-
ersity.
"President's Retreat" is the title
iven Tuesday's scheduled discus-
.on. Here fraternity and sorority
embers will be given an oppor-
inity to exchange ideas and so-
itions to problems within the
ouses.
New and old members will get
cquainted Wednesday at Pledge-
lumni Night. At the same time
ouse mothers can confer at a
essert bridge tournament.
Basketball is the keyword for'
hursday's activities, and a- most
nusual team will be opposing the
ne formed by the fraternities. At
:00 p.m. In the Ann Arbor Gym-
asium, the Detroit Lions will
onvert from football' to basket-
all, making unique competition
or the fraternities.-
Friday will be a "free day."
On Saturday night the Inter
raternity Council sing will be
eld; followed by a ball at the

Women's League with the music
of Larry Sown and his orchestra.'
Sown, popular among the Ivy
League colleges, will perform for
'the first time on a Big Ten cam-
pus, culminating a well-rounded
program for 1958's Greek Week.

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