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"Ta, miuWvua, iwau THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
WHY PAY MORE?
When CAMPUS RADIO & T.V. offera
lowest service rates and parts dis-
counts to students and University
personnel. Fast, dependable service
on radios, phono, T.V., Hi-Fi.
CAMPUS RADIO & T.V,
111F2 South Univ. (second floor)
NO 5-6644
"Owned & Operated by University
Students"
)X40
Harmon Kardon
AM-FM Tuner and Amplifier
25% off
OVER 100 BRANDS OF HI-FI
COMPONENTS IN STOCK
HI FI STUDIO
1317 South University
(one block east of Campus Theater)

"UNITED NATIONS"-The group of 1500 international students ate lunch and dinner with an "all
Michigan menu." Included were such little-known item's as Coastline Cold Cuts, Mackinac Straits
Relishes, Fried Spartan Spring Chicken and Whipped Peninsula Potatoes. Gov. G. Mennen Williams,
Lt. Gov. Philip A. Hart, Speaker of the House George Van Peursem and Lansing Mayor Ralph Crego
spoke.
'Good Times Had in Lansing
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NO 8-7942

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Reactions to Thursday's Inter-
national Student Day ranged from
"a wonderful time" to "not bad . . .
interesting."
The University contingent num-
bered approximately 525 and to-
tal participation was estimated to
have reached 1500. According to
Lansing mayor Ralph Crego, who
spoke at lunch, 92 "countries'
were represented.
Long before the University buses
reached Lansing the students were
beginning their good time. "Every-
one on. my bus is going to sing
whether he likes it or not," one
International Center staff mem-
ber had announced, and sing they
did.
One of the favorite activities of
those present was talking with
students from their homelands
who are attending other colleges
across the state.
The program received consid-
erable news coverage, with news-
reel photographers filming a ques-
tion and answer session in which
the University's Beverly Pooley,
Grad., asked Gov. G. Mennen Wil-
liams his opinion on the current
recession. A reporter from Life
Magazine interviewed - the presi-
dent of the University's Interna-
tional Student Association, Gunay
Aktay, '58E, and covered last
- " night's IA African Night at Lane
Hall.

MASS PRODUCTION-Visiting the Oldsmobile assembly plant
proved extremely interesting to many of the international students.
In the course of the tours they confused their young guides by
stopping at every turn to take photographs.
DAILY PHOTO FEATURE
STORY BY THOMAS TURNER
PICTURES BY ERIC ARNOLD

PIANOS ,(Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey, Thomas).
New and Used. Terms
Rare Violins & Bows Restoration
MADDY MUSIC
508 E. William NO 3-3223
)X35
SPRING SPECIAL
6"x9" rear seat auto speaker.
$1 1.95 installed.
COMPLETE RADIO-PHONO. SERVICE
REASONABLE RATES
Ann Arbor Radio-TV Service
1217 S. University
Across from the Campus Theater
NO 8-7942
)X42
CLOSE OUT ON
RECORD RACKS &
TV STANDS
SAVE UP TO 50%
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2300
)X43
NEW CARS
1958 AUSTIN
Demonstrator four passenger sedan.
Only 2,000 miles. New car guarantee.
35-40 miles per gallon. Extreiniely good
performance and sharp. Only $1,495.
Overseas Auto Sales, 331 S. Fourth,
NO 2-2541. )V16
PERSONAL
What is Fate ? ?
Just one of the 2,000 magazines han-
dled by Student Periodical. Operated
by students for students as a non-
profit organization. Of course we
didn't plan it that way. Just fate. Or-
der now, pay later by phoning Stu-
dent Periodical, NO 2-3061, 9 A.M.-9
P.M. )F200
HAMANTASOHEN or LATKES?
Professors match wits to solve this
universal moral problem. Mar. 5.
)F210
TWEED UP for Union week. )F216
FRESHMAN boy wants to work for
room and board school year '58-59
while attending the University. Write
Box 2016 Modesto, Calif. )F208
LOST AND FOUND
REWARD for return of red wallet con-
taining papers valuable to owner.
Contact Sally Booz, 800 Oxford, NO
2-3153. )A106

USED CARS
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N35
1956 VOLKSWAGEN
$1295 - guarantee one year
Michigan European Car Corporation
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)N105
1957 VOLKSWAGEN -- Black, excellent
condition, low mileage. Call NO 8-
7036 between 5 and 7 P.M. )N104
'53 PORSCHE AMERICA, low' mileage,
good paint and tires. $1,600. Phone
NO 2-0623 evenings or weekend.
)N108
1955 CHEVROLET
Bel-Air, two door, V-8, power glide,
white wall tires, radio, and heater.
Wholesale price $945. Overseas Auto
Sal"s, 331 S. Fourth, NO 2-2541.
)N106
'38 DODGE with new valve job and
tires. Call NO 8-8864. )N107
FOR SALE
TOP DRAWER pair of crutches, true
bargain. Call Bades, NO 2-3176.
)B121, W2
NEW GERMAN CONTAX 3-A camera
for sale. 1.5 Sonnar lens. Best offer,
call NO 5-6644. )B123
A QUIET deluxe Royal portable type-
writer, used, $65. Call Norman Luker,
NO 5-6i45 Days, NO 3-3097 Evenings.
)B120
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks .39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies, Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)B11
SHAKESPEARE FOLIOS, bound in 6
volumes, published 1771. $100. Phone
NO 3-0092 )B125
ROOM AND BOARD
GOOD FOOD. Reasonable rates. Hill
and Forest St. Mr. Wentz. 1319 Hill
St. NO 2-6422. )E16
PHOTO SUPPLIES
Save now on these Kodak cameras
RETINA II[ C
Reg. 175.00 - NOW 124.50
RETINA IIC
Reg. 135.00 - NOW 99.50
QUARRY
320 S. State NO 3-1991
)D42
HELP WANTED
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

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AIL-MICHIGAN MEALS-Both the luncheon and the dinner were
served buffet style and most found the food excellent. They gen-
erally found the signs such as the one by the asparagus proclaim-
ng Michigan the nation's number two asparagus producer
amusing.

GOV. G. MENNEN WILLTAMS
. . . welcomed guests

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

a
hilarious,,
eXCit1ig,
intimate,
p sydhological game
for adults only

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fields for limited opportunities.
Collins Radio Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa
-All degree levels in E.E. B.S. and M.B.
in M.E. and B.S. in I.E. for Research,
Development, Design, Production and
Sales. Must be a U.S. citizen. For sum-
mer: Jrs, in the above fields.
Ell Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.--
B.S. in Ch.E., E.E., I.E., and M.E. for
Development, Design, Production, Con-
struction and Incentives Methods. For
summer: Sra. and Grad students in
above fields.
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co.,
Minenapolis, Minn. -- All degree levels
in A., E.E., ME., and M.S. in Instru.
for Research, Development, Design,
Production and Sales. Must be fr'ee
from ROTC committments and a U.S.
citizen. For summer: Jrs. and Srs. in
E.E. and M.E.
Motorola, Inc., Chicago, Ill. - B.S. in
E. Physics. B.S. &.M.S. in E.E. and M.E.
for Research and Development.
National Electric Products Corp.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. - B.5. In Ch.E., E.E.,
I.E., and M.E. Must be U.S. citizen and
male only. Aor summer: Jrs. for gen-
eral summer training program.
Warner & Swasey Co., Cleveland, Ohio
--B.S. in E.E., E. Physics and E. Sci.
B.S. and M.S. in E.E., I.E., ME., E.
. Mech, and Met. for Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Production and Sales.
Radio Corporation of America, Cam-
den and Princeton, N.J. - All degree
levels in EXE. and M.E. and B.S. in E.

Tied couples and single men. He will
be in'Room D528 in the Student Acti-
vities Building.
Summer Personnel Requests
Yellowstone Park Co., Gardiner, Mon.
The Transportation Division needs bus
drivers for sightseeing buses. Candi-
dates' must be 21 and able to pass a
physical exam. They should also be ex-

perienced small car drivers but no bus
driving experience is necessary. The
season starts June 9 and ends Sept. 2
but those whose school extends after
the 9th are still being considered. Ap-
plications and more information are
available at the Summer Placement Of-
fice, Room D528, Student Activities
Building on Tues. and Thurs. after-
noons and Fri. morning.

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Campus to Career
An executive of the Warner & Swasey Co., leading
manufacturers of machine tools, textile machinery,
earthmoving equipment, and other precision machinery,
will visit University of Michigan on Tuesday, March 4
to interview high caliber men with technical back-
grounds or mechanical interests who are looking for
a career in research, development, engineering, sales,
manufacturing or finance.

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