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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CLASSIFIED

ADVERTISING

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-Daly--Davi dArnoMl
ON HER WAY--Busy with activities at the League and elsewhere
on campus, Marylen Segel is on her way to another adventure In
the extra-curricular world.
League EX- President
Discusses A ctivities,

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By NAN MAR EL

"Some day somebodys going to
write s book about 'The Organi-
zation Woman', Marylen Segel,
'58, commented, "but until they
do, I'll fight it."
'We're not machines," the out-
going president of the Women's
League smiled.,
"I could have taken any one of
three avenues when I came to the
University," Marylen explained.
"But to get the most out of school
you can't follow only one road--'
it's up to each person to decide on
the best combination.
"I tried to combine academic,
social, and extra-cprricular activi-
- ties, with studies always first in
mind." .
Benefits fromActivities
Reflecting for a minute, she
added "I've taken on a philosophi-
cal attitude. There's no doubt in
my mind that I've benefited from
extracurricular activities. Others,
though, may not gain as much as
Ixhave.
"We all have to decide what the
' extra' in extra-curricular is, but
we don't all have to make the same
choice."
Lois Stern, '58, Marylen's room-
mate for four years, analyzed
Marylen's choices of activities.
"Sh' the most ambitious person
I know," Lois said. "And when
she wants to get something done
she's more efficient than anyone
else I've ever met. More than that,
though, Marylen is , lot of fun.
"She loves to sit and joke around
and she loves impulsive surprises
and tennis and ice cream sundaes."
"I guess you 'could say," Lois
continued, "she's sort of schizo-
phrenic. She has two personali-
ties-a League personality and a
regular one."
Active for Four Years
The "League personality" has
been most efficient. In her fresh-
- man year, Marylen was Maize
Team general chairman for Frosh
Weekend, and as a sophomore she
was chairman of the Buro-Cats
Secretariat Committee.
She helped initiate social orien-
tation when, in her junior year,
she headed the orientation com-
mittee.,
Marylen has sponsored many
innovations. "We completely re-
', vised the constituton," she ex-
plained. "There was a lot of over-
lapping in the committees, and
the officers had far too much
actual responsibility. By combin-
ing committees, we cut the num-
ber on League Council to a feasible
working group of 18.
"We changed the election sys-
tem also. When I was elected, I
had to speak before all 39 of the
women's residences. I had a bad
cold at the time and by the time
I got through I had laryngitis."
"The president of the League
now is elected by an electorate
board. That way we don't have to
contend with campus apathy, and
also we dbn't lose the merest of
candidates who don't win."
4Dinner Highlight
The highlight of her year at the
League, Marylen said, was the din-f
ner held for Mrs. Eleanor Roose-1
velt. "It was wonderful - both
working with the internationalz
students and meeting Mrs. Roose-z
velt. She's an example of thef
woman who isn't 'The Organiza-c
tion Woman.' She doesn't take a
back seat, but, still, she doesn'tt
try to step into a man's shoes.x
"There were hectic times too,t

though," Marylen noted in passing.
"Like the week when, out of five
senior officers, four including me
were sick with the Asian flu. Only
one was healthy, and I didn't
really know if she was.
"Then there were the two
months," she recalled, "when the
chairman of the Board of Gover-
nors was 'indisposed,' and I had
to act as her replacement."
Mentions Personal Contact
Commenting on her experiences
in four years at the University,
the graduating senior said, "I've
had closer personal contact with
students, the faculty and adminis-
tration than I ever would have had
if I hadn't joined activities." How-
ever, .she revealed, "I have a feel-
ing that the University and the
people in it are becoming more
and more like machines.
"That's why I'm all for small
dorms. We've had trouble getting
independents to work in the League
because the large dorms are so
impersonal that reaching them is
difficult."
To Teach
As former exofficio member of
Student Government Council,
Marylen mentioned "I feel that
the presidents acting as ex-officio
members should bring their ex-
perience to SGOC, but not their
presidency. I think all the organi-
zations could do more if they
worked 'for eac hother."
Marylen is an elementary edu-.
cation- major. After graduation she
is planning to teach second grade
in the Beachwood Village schools,
a new school system near her home
town of Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
"I don't feel like a 'has-been','!
she smiled. "The future looks
pretty good."'

BUSINESS SERVICES
SMITH'S
FLOOR COVERING
EXPERTS
Sale: Reversible braided rugs. Hand
woven, all cotton.
2' x ............$ 1.99
3' x 5 ............$ 6.99
4' x 6'. .. ........$ 8.99
9 x 12'*...........$39.99
CARPET STORE
207 E. Washington
LINOLEUM STOREi
205 Main
)J157
WHY EXERT yourself on these hot
pre-summer days? Take advantage
of our complete line of frozen
juices, and frozen pies (of - all
varieties).
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J153
BUY AND RENT your typewriter end
have your typewriters repaired at a
TYPEWRITER STORE.
MORRI LL'S
314 S. State . NO 3-2481
Our 50th Year of MORRILL
Support to Students and
the University
)J61,
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save -your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224' Nickels Arcade.
)J2
CONTACT LENSs
Phone for a free lens trial.
No cost or obligation.
CAMPUS
OPTICIANS
('recently merged with
Better.Vision Center)
240 Nickels Arcde"
NO 2-9116 NO8-6019
)J24
BABY SITTERS Unlimited -
Our sitters are investigated
for competence and reliabil-
ity. NO 5-6219 or NO 2-
4979. )J150
Shop for
SEAFOOD SPEC IALTI ES
AND
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS
Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
)J81
WASHINGS AND IRONINGS done in
my home. Reasonable prices. Free de-.
livery. Call NO 3-4850. )J100
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers. 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
)J35
ALTERATIONS, DRESSMAKING, Suits,
coats, etc. done reasonably. 018 Pack-
ard. NO 2-8449. MJol
ANN AR3OR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL'
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107 )J103
LAUNDRESS: Specialize in blouses
28c
Free pick-up and delivery
NO 2-9020.
)J139
ONE-DAY SERVICE
for shoe repairing and hat cleaning at
SANFORD'S
also fine tailoring, suits pressed and
shoe shining
119 East Ann Street.
Phone: Business NO 8-6966
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J99

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-Theses, term papers. Reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
)J140
FOR RENT
6 . ROOM private home for summer
rental, completely furnished, T.V,
freezer, 2 blks. from Campus. NO
2-9181, )C249
7 ROOMS. 2nd floor Apt. Adults only.
Bath and kitchen facilities. Liberty
at 4th Avenue. Call NO 2-0251 or NO
2-4805 after 6:00 p.m. )C250
SPACIOUS 5 room apartent for rent
this summer, one-half\ block from
Law Quad. Call NO 2-7004. )C248
SUMMER APARTMENT
Campus Location
Completely Furnished
Modern stove and refrigerator
Recently Remodeled
Six Rooms
Call Rick Maslyn 1O 8-8612 or NO 2-7817
)C247
DOUBLE ROOM for girls. Washing and
cooking facilities. Call NO 8-6462.
)C246
FOR SUMMER: Four room furnished
apartment with private porch, two
blocks from campus. Call NO 5-7285,
evenings. )C245
HIGHLY desirable Apt. for four people
to be sublet for summer. On campus.
Phone NO 3-3307. Si Coleman or Arnie
Slutzsky. )C233
BRAND NEW APTS. Unfurnished.
Ground floor. Modern. Children wel-
come. Phone HU 2-0665. )C238
1 BLOCK from campus. 2 room fur-
nished Apt. Immediately. NO 2-1443.
)C237
AVAILABLE IN JUNE. 6 room fur-
nished house, large yard, 2 car garage.
S.E. section. For 4 grad, men. NO
2-7395 after 6 P.M. )C232
FOR RENT: large double, pleasantly
furnished, 2 graduate men. Good lo-
cation. Close to campus. Call 2-303.
)C124
FOR SUMMER: 3 bedroom home, fur-
nished, reasonable rent. June 23-Aug-
ust 25. 3166 Fernberry Ct., Pontiac,
Michigan. Tel. FEderal 8-2436. )C240
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
PHILCO AM3TM RADIO
Wood Cabinet
was $99.95
Now $49.95
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
)X62
PIANOS (Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey. Thomas)
New ang Used. Terms
Rare Violins & Bows Restoration
MADDY MUSIC.
808 E. William NO 3-3223
)X35
FOR SALE. RCA Hi-F set, 3 speakers
with 'provisions for stereo and addi-
tional speakers, only 6 months old.
Must sacrifice. Call Sy at NO 2-3697..
)X63
LOST AND FOUND
LOST POLITICAL SCIENCE brown
spiral note book. Contains name and
address. Call NO 3-1531. Ext. 254. Re-
ward. )A141
LOST: Pearl ring in the vicinity of the
Michigan Union. Great sentimental
value. Reward. Call NO 5-6675 be-
tween 5 and 7 p.m. )A142
FOUND: Girl's sweater in front f UI-
rich's Book Store at. noon Tuesday.
)A143
LOST: Between Oxford and State, pair
Tuxedo pants; Reward will be offered
for any information or return. )A128
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deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

MISCELLANEOUS

EVERGREENS: To Univ. Employees by
a Univ. Employee at half nursery
prices. Yews, Junipers, etc. $2.50 to
$5.00. Call M. Lee, U. ext. 2318 Wed.,
Thurs., Fri. )M24
PLANNED PARENTHOOD Clinic. 122
North 4th Ave. will be open 7:30 P.M.
Tues. & Thurs. during May & June.
)M23
HELP WANTED
YOUNG MAN wanted to act as water-
front assistant in 10 wks. Boys' North-
ern Michigan summer camp. Must
have experience and training. Call
evenings NO 2-9454. )H103
100 MALE undergrads wanted for a 2
hr. part-time evening job, $1 per hour.~
Simple job, no experience needed.
Apply U. of M. Personnel office, 1020
Administration Bldg. )H104
STU DENTS
EARN ABOUT $350
PER MONTH
PROFITABLE SUMMER SALES WORK

CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
EXPERT FOREIGN and sports ear serv-
ice. Nye Motor Sales Inc., 514 E. Wash-
ington. NO 3-4858. )S5
ATLAS GRIP-SAFE TIRES 4-670x15.
$66.95; 4-710x15, $74.95; 4-760x15,
$82.95. Plus tax and recappable tire.
Budget termsI .
HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
Cor. Main and Catherine-NO 8-7717
)S20
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our 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
Energize Your Car for Spring
Complete Tune-up Service Available

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

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.80
.96
1.12

3 DAYS
2.00
2.40
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6 DAYS
2.96
3.55
4.14

ROAD SERVICE
GOLDEN'S
SERVICE STATION
Packard NO

ANYWHERE STATE OF MICHIGAN 1601

8-9429
)S18

INTERVIEW ROY JENKINS
Thursday, May 1, 1 to 5 P.M.
Room D 528, S.A.B.
) H101
TWO Nursery School teachers needed
Sept. 15. 3 mornings a week. Beth
Israel Nursery School. NO 3-1320 or
NO 3-6154. )HlOO
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
)S2
GET READY
FOR
THE ROAD
SPRING SPECIAL
LUBRICATION
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
SAFETY CHECK
WASH
Only.$4.45
ALL IMPORTED CARS
't .,
OVERSEAS AUTO SALES
331 S. 4th Avenue NO 2-2541
)S23
TOMORROW NIGHT 8:30
TOM'
Masonic Temple, Detroit
Box Office Open 8:30

PERSONAL
FRENCH and German Tutoring and
Conversation. European teacher. NO
3-2975, )F385
CAMPUS CLOSEUP
Do You Know?v
Helene Prizant ... ...NO 3-1561
Erwin Madorsky ... .....NO 2-4589
)F383
Don't be superficial
Buy the ring Official!
Buy the OFFICIAL Michigan Ring
at Burr, Patterson &.Auld.
1209 South University.
)F379
FOR SALE
30 FOOT 1954 Marlette Mobilhome. Ex-
cellent condition. 15 min: from Cam-
pus. Inquire at lot No. 69 after 5 p.m.
Woodside Trailer Park, 6564 E .Michi-
gan Ave., Saline. )B156
GIRL'S English Bike, I yr. old, excellent
condition. Reasonable. NO 2-5675.
)B155
GIRL'S HUMBER BICYCLE, 3 speeds
with the new Raleigh Coaster Brake,
plus hand brake, light, and side
baskets. Used one summer then
stared. New cost $85. Sacrifice price
$55. Call NO 3-4359. )B153
GOLF CLUBS, three' woods, six irons.
Spaulding, Wright & Ditson $35. Call
NO 3-2707. )B154
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)B11
PURE SILK dfessy sheath. Size 12. De-
signer original. Perfect for girl with
dark hair. 900 Woodlawn or call NO
3-9049.after 12 noon, Sat. & Bun.
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IFC ALUMNI BANQUET--Inter-
fraternity Council will hold its
alumni banquet tonight at 6:30
p.m. at the' Barton Hills Country
Club.
Guest speaker will be. Dean 0.
D. Roberts, Dean of Men at Purdue
University.
ORIENTATION -- the deadline
for women to petition for orienta-
tion leaders has been extended
until londay, May 5, according to
Sharon Miller, '6OEd, chairman of
the orientation committee.
Petitions may be picked up at
the League's undergraduate office.
Women should sign up for inter-
views at that time.
MICHIGRAS - Second place
winners in the refreshment booth
class were Kappa Sigma-Alpha.
Omicron Pi.
*- s *
PANHEL-Today is the last day
that petitions of the Panhellenic,
Ball may be turned in.
Intriw will be held today
and tomorrow.
Positions are open to all affili-
ated women and pledges who will
be initiated this spring.
Positions open are general chair-
man and assistant general chair-
man. Other chairmanships to be
filled are decorations and assistant
decorations, publicity and assist-
ant publicity, programs and pa-
trons and assistant program and
patrons and tickets and assistant
tickets.

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