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TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

Year Expansion Continues
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,.-Daily-Eric Arnold
FBA BUSINESS-Don Reeves, Fraternity Buyers' Association's
n Business Manager, discusses one of many food orders received
each day by FBA secretary Mrs. Hamberg. A total of 42 fraternities
e purchase all types of foods'from the non-profit organization.

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PA

ering that the FBA distributes
2,000 gallons-of milk a week," Bill
Cross, Assistant Dean of Men in
charge of fiaternities explained.
"A 15 per cent reduction is also
quite a saving as it represents one
fifth of the average fraternity's
food bill. -
May Add Meats
Meat, a fraternity's most expen-
sive item, may soon be added to
the FBA's food service. "We are

bles
the

Scan be considering the various meat
:d saving dealers and their respective bids
in. an effort to find the lowest
consid- prices and best qualities," Reeves
___s_ Icommented.

esented on
ard which is
he Campus
to Nov. 3,
ed by Joe
Ihairman.
the student
ig on the

"This could come.sometime in
the near future, It would repre-
sent our biggesit venture in- the
food-supplying 'b us Si n e s s," he
added.
A three per cent service charge
is tacked on the individual fra-
ternity's bill to cover, operating
expenses. A part-time secretary
accounts for the majority of the
charge.., Suggestions, complaints
and rush orders constitute her
duties.
Refund Surplus
Surplus funds are refunded, to
the participating fraternities. The
rebate is proportional to the
amount of business the house has

have been, straightened out,"
Cross said. "We haven't received
a single complaint in six months,"
he smiled.
Plan,-to Expand
Future FBA projects include a
complete, line of frozen foods,'
steward.education, kitchen equip-
ment, laundfy service and an em-.
ployment bureau for kitchen help.
"Expansion isalways upper-
most in our, minds. By offering
better service at lower prices, we
hope to persuade other fraterni-
ties and sororities to join our or-
ganization," Reeves said.'
"In this way, we will be able to
offer even lower prices with a.
larger purchasing power," he con-,
cluded.
DAILY
OFFICIAL.
BULLETIN
(Continued from.Page 4)
men in Industrial Bales. Need men at
present for Houston, Dallas, St. Louis,.
.Chicago, and New York.
Continental Can Co., Inc., New York,
New York, needs an Assistant Director
of Recruitment and.College Relations.
with a BA in Indust. ReLor Business
or a BA with English, Psych. and Sci-
ence courses included.
Manufacturers Nat'l Bank,- Detroit,
Mich., is looking for men interested in
the financial field, with or without ex-
perience.,
Swift and Co., Grand Rapids Divi-
sion, needs an Ice Cream Salesman for
'the ice cream plant in Grand Rapids,
Mich,
Howell Electric Motors Co., Howell,
'Mich., has a vacancy for a Supervisor
of the Payroll Dept.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments,'3528 Admin.,
Ext. 3371.
The Los Angeles City School System
will interview in the following cities:
St. Louis, Missouri, Statler Hotel, Oct.
12 and 13; Chicago, Illinois, Conrad
Hilton Hotel, October 18, 19 and.20.
Mr. William BaldWin, .Personnel Ad-
ministrator, will be particularly in-
terested in meeting those who will be
finishing 'their 'teacher training. this
semester or experienced teachers who
will, be available in February, 1958.
There is an active need for ele-
mentary. teachers, .all; 'grades;,.,high
school teachers, in business education,
English, ' girl's physical education,
homemaking,.. industrial arts,. mathe-
matics, science and social studies.
There is also a need for teachers of
the blind and teachers of the deaf at
all. levels.
For any additional information. con-
'tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Building, NO 3-1511,
Ext. 489.

NSF Grant
Establishes
'U' Institute.,
By LEWIS COBURN
'To "improve the quality of
teaching of science and math in
the high schools' is the object of
a National Science'Foundation
project begun this fall at the Uni-
versity, said Prof. Freeman Miller,
director of the project.
Known as the "Academic Year
Institute for High School Teach-
ers of Science and Mathematics,"
the program provides one-year
stipends for qualified secondary
school teachers, enabling them to
study at the University.
Prof. Miller explained that the
University program and similar
programs in 15 other universities
were developed as a result of a
$9,000,000 congressional appropri-
ation to the National' Science
Foundation.
Hold Summer Institute
In addition to providing - for
"Academic Year Institutes," the
funds .have been used to provide
"Summer Institutes" for high
school teachers.
A new master's degree program
has been instituted' at the Uni-
versity as a result of the project,
Prof. Miller noted.
Known as the master of arts in
science for teachers, the new de-
gree program is designed to allow
science teachers to take a broad
range of "subject matter" courses
for credit toward ,the master's de-
gree.
Prof. Miller observed that while
the new degree program is now
in effect, several of the 50 teach-
ers enrolled in the institute are
working toward other degrees.
'Chosen for Ability
Students were chosen. for the
program partially on the basis of
academic ability.
Prof. Miller noted that the pro-
gram was designed primarily to
aid persons who, due to the teach-
er shortage, were teaching sub-
jects which they had not ade-
quately prepared for.
He said that another function
of the institute was "updating"
science teachers who had been
teaching for 10 or 15 years since
leaving college. In connection
with this function, Prof. Miller
noted the rapidity of advance in
the natural sciences.
Better Than Expected-
Teachers enrolled in the first
institute were on the average bet-
ter prepared in their fields than
had been expected, he observed.
If the program is extended,
Prof. Miller said that next year
an attempt will be made to get
less adequately prepared teachers
to become aware of the opportu-
nities provided by the program.
Explaining the future outlook
for the program, Prof. Miller said
the institutes themselves were
considered a "short-term" experi-
ment. He observed that the reason
for the project is to encourage
universities to try out new pro-
grams for training science teach-
ers.
Integrated Courses
Special integrated science
courses are open to institute stu-
dents at the University. They in-
clude a two-semester course in
mathematics and two one-semes-
ter courses combining botany and
zoology, and chemistry and
physics.
Students enrolled in the insti-
tute also take standald introduc-
tory science courses accompanied
by special seminars whichB elab-
orate on the course material cov-,
ered.

Celebration
For Queen
Commences
OTTAWA AP)-Floodlights,. il-
luminating this dominion capital's
gray stone and spired Parliament
Hill, flashed on at dusk last night,
marking the beginning of Cana-
da's celebrations for the arrival
of Queen Elizabeth II from Eng-
land today.
The'100-year-bld d o m i n i o n
capital was a busy place the last
hours before the Queen's arrival
by plane at 4:30 p.m. at flag-
draped Uplands Airport.
Arounsi the city rehearsals were
in progress - bands massed, chil-
.'dren sang their songs, a picked
troup of Royal Canadian Mounted
Police practiced riding with the
landau which will carry' the
Queen to open Parliament.
Flags Line Route
The Union Jack and the red
Canadian, ensign fluttered from
almost every telephone pole in
the city.
Along the '15-mile route from
the airport to Rideau Hal; the
governor general's mansion - a
road lighted by the scarlet, soft
greens and yellows of the brilliant
autumn foliage '- workmen were
picking up bits of papers, radio
and television crews were building
temporary- metal platforms for
broadcasting e qui pment. "No
parking" signs marked tl e route.
With the arrival still alnost 24
hours away, police and special
protection men were demanding
passes before admitting persons
to "sensitive" spots, such as the
huge cantilever hangar at the air-
port at which the first ceremonies
will take place.
Stay at Rideau Hall
Queen Elizabeth and her hus-
band, Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,
will occupy a three-room, two-
bedroom suite in Rideau Hall,
which has 60 rooms.
It is situated in a 55-acre park,
assuring the couple both privacy
and quiet during the few hours
of rest they will have in a busy
four-day stay.
Tonight there will be a recep-
tion for the press at Government
House.
DOrganization
N otices
(Use of this column for announce-
ments of 'meetings is available to of-
ficially recognized and registered stu-
dent organizations only.)
* * *
Congregational and Disciples Student
Guild, cider and doughnuts after foot-
ball game, Oct. 12, Guild House, 524
Thompson.
* * *
Lutheran Student Assn., Open hoUse
after football game, Oct. 12, Lutheran
Student Center, Forest and Hill. All
welcome.
* * *
Unitarian Student Group, Tri-Uni-
versity Conference, Oct. 13, 3:00 p.m.,
First Unitarian Church. Speaker: Tra-
cy Pullman. *
Graduate Outing Club, hiking, Oct.
13, ,1:30 p.m., meet in back of Rackham.
* * *
Lutheran Student Assn.. 40th Anni-
versary celebration, Oct. 13, 6:00 p.m.,
Union Ballroom.
*.- * *
Newman Club Dunkers Hour, Oct.
12, 4:00 p.m., Ncwman Club.
Newman Club, Latin-America n
Dance, Oct. 12, 8-12 p.m., Newman Club.
* * *
Newman ,Club, M.S.U. Luncheon,
Oct. 12, 12 noon, Newman.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, lec-
ture, Oct. 13,' 4:00 p.m., Lane Hall.
Speaker: Dr. Arthur F. Holmes, Ass't
Professor of Bible and Philosophy.

Wheaton College, "Miracles - Real or,
Apparent?"

SPECIAL WEEKEND RATE,
for Avis Rent a Car
from Friday, 5 P.M. to Monday 9 A.M'.
$10 plus $.08 a mile
gas, oil and insurance furnished.
12, nearly new. Reasonable..
Rent A Car{
514 E. Washington St.
Phone NO 3-4158
)G3!
USED CARS.
'55 CHEVY CONVERTI BLE
Jet black with new white top, new
tires, shocks, brakes, etc. V-8, pow-
erglide. Excellent condition inside
and out. Phone NO 8-6698. )N40
'50 CABS DE SOTO-deluxe 4 door -
automatic transmission - radio -
heater - one owner. 1430 White after
6:00 P.M. )N37
'54 VOLKSWAGEN. Call Don French,
NO 22107. , )N34
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used" cars.
GENES AUTO SALES,
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
I )N38
,50 CHEVY,.2 door, radio and heater,
clean. $135. Call NO 2-359t after 5 p.m.
)N39
.52 NASH STATESMAN, Bed. Good con-
dition. tNO 8-6284.. )N16
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY-Several hamsters.
Call NO 2-8800. )K3
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS; REPAIRS '
RARE VIOLINS
BOWS AND ACCESSORIES
All repairs promptly serviced
by two competent repairmen.
MADDY MUSIC
508 S. William', NO 3-3223
)X11

~~CLRUSIIEI
E p

MISCELLANEOUS '
BOWLERS-OPENINGS for teams and
individuals in the Union Handicap
Classic League. Monday thru Thurs-
day nights 9:00 P.M. Call Michigan
Union, NO 2-4431. Ask for the Bowl-
ing Alley. )M6
WANTED: Campus Sales Representa-
tiv~e for individual gift and party fa-
vors Call in'erson 2208 Packard Rd.
)Ha9
FOX MO00TEL
(formerly Boyd's)
Phone in every rdom
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
HELP WANTED
QUALIFIED INSTRUCTOR for YMCA
Junior Rifle Club. CallMr. Cole, NO
2-6564. ' )H28
WANTED - Cab drivers, full or part
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow'and Checker .Cab Co. Phone
NO 8-9382. )H3

MICHIGAN DAILY 'i
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6.DAYS
2 .80 2.00 2.96
3 .96 2.40 3.55
4 1.12 2.80 4.14
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
'Phone NO 2-3241 -
PETS AND SUPPLIES
MONKEYS, alligators, tropical fish,
aquarium, and supplies. New inex-
pensive piston pump. Hamsters, kitty-
litter, wild bird seed, etc.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
(open daily except Thursday)
)T3
BABY PARAKEETS and breeders. Ca-
naries. Cages and supplies. AKC
Beagles. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403.
ITI
ROOM AND BOARD.
DUE TO cancellations, vacancies avail-
able. Apply immediately. Nelson In-
ternational House, 915 Oakland. NO
3-8508. )E9
WANTED - Hungry students, to eat
good food at reasonable rates. 1319
Cambridge. Ph. 28312: ask for John
Ruiz. )E1
PHOTO SUPPLIES
See the all new
NIKON S.P.
now in our store.
THE QUARRY
320 South State NO 3-1991
)D10
BOLEX MOVIE CAMERA
for the finest in movies
* priced froi only $89.95

ARMY-NAVY type. Oxfo
socks, 39c; shorts, 69c;
plies. Sam's Store, 122 E
BOXER pups, best bree
beauty - brawn, ,adaptal
dren. Females, A.K.C.,]
NO 3-8259.
FOR REN'
APARTMENT for two mv
Cooking privileges. Near
3-1650.
MALE STUDENT WANT
apartment with two g
at 1227'S. State or Call
WANTED: Occupant for
near campus. 1011 E. U
NO 8-8681 after 5 P.M.
SUNNY ROOM, newly fu
block from campus. N
S. Forest.
WANTED-One girl to
'modern five room ape
Pat Brophy, Martha Smi
des Carpeting, air cond
washuer, garbage disposa

TRANSPORTATION

ATTENTION ST
for sale. 76
ofgray. 'ot
good conditi
4312.

out,.

Exclusively at-.
THE QUARRY

320, South State

NO 3-1991
) D9

Smith Floor
207 E. Washington

izataions, had with the F A.
iletic As- "We are in the process of .com-
puting the rebates at the present
ee chair- time. Members should receive
, '59, so- their checks by sat least the end
'59, spe- of this mnonth," Reeves said.
tner, '60, "We had some trouble with
y Betsy c o m pl a j n t s during the early
months of our'operation but these

ALTERATIC
DRESSMAKE
Dressmaking and A1
Pone NO 2-9
CONVERT your double-br
a new single-breasted
Double-breasted tuxedos
single breasted, $18, or i
collar, $25. Overcoats
Michaels Tailoring Co.,
way, Dettroit. Michigan,
tails or phone WOodwa
FOR SAL!
8MM REVERE MAGAZINE
era with 13mm, 1.9 lens
angle lens, 36mm telepi
a movie film, splicer. C
Kbdak "35" with built-i
er, adapter ring, and
$35.00. Call NO-8-6622 ar
10 or all day Sunday.
Large size throw rugs-c
ors. Values up to $15
while they last. Open r

AM-FM RADIOS
Telefunkin, Magnavox, Zenith,
Granco. $44.95 and up
MUSIC-CENTER

PERSONAL
WE'RE OPEN .this week-end 'cept dur-
ing THE game. Student Periodical,
NO 2-3061. )1'29
WE'VE CRACKED Spudnik's code: Time
-Life-Newsweek campus rates are out
of this world!' Student Periodical, NO
2-3061. )F32
GROUP Personal property insurance
for U of M students, faculty and
staff. Protects against fire, burglary,
water damage, smoke damage, wind,
theft and other hazards. Liberal cov-
erage-lowest rates. Airway Under-
writers, Inc., NO 2-7521. - )F27
DISTINCT STYLING in fabric and
fur. Fur accessories.
MARQARET SHOP
516 East Liberty )F5
ATTENTION golfers1 Play golf at scenic
Municipal Golf Course. 18 holes.
Open through November. Reasonable
rates. Pro shop full .of bargains.
Municipal Golf Course, 1519 Fuller
Road, NO 8-9230. )F38
FALL IS FALLING
The leaves are turning
The weather is gay
If a great time you're yearning
It's Campbell's Bakery withqut delay.
CAMPBELL BAKERY
219 N. Main , NO 8-9880
Order Now --We Deliver
)F39
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
EXPERT FOREIGN and Sports Car
Service Nye Motor Sales, Inc., 514 E.
Washington. NO 3-4858. 155
C--TED STANDARD SERVICE '
Friendly service is our business. At-
las tires, batteries and accessories.
Warranteed & gauranteed. See us for
the best price 'on new & use~d tires.
Road service - mechanic oh duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168 !S3
WE SERVICE ALL
FOREIGN CARS
EUROPEAN CARS'
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)81
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
)S2
New Atlas Tires
High in quality, low in price. 670x15,
$16.95; 710x15, $18.95; 760x15, $20.95
(exchange). rNo money down -easy
terms.
Hickey's Service Station
3p N. Main cor. Catherine NO.8-7717
88

I.

son -al. I
LOST-Brow

please call

I

300 S. Thayer

NO 2-2500
)X12

HI Fl STUDIO
An amazing inventory of Hi Fi:
components available to you at
catalogue price.
KITS
We stock amplifier,AM-FM tuner,
and speaker enclosure kits in sev-
eral brands.
HI F I SERVICE
Our engineers and technicians are,
fully competent and equipped to
service all equipment we sell, and
to advise you on the selection of
components.
1217 & 1317 So. University
(one block East of
'new Campuo Theatre)
NO 8-7942
)X9
HI-FI EQUIPMENT deals. Student
agent-Below net prices. Phone NO
5-6644 and ask for Tan. fX8.
_ Lead the Classifieds

208

Mrs. J
NO 5-
RE-WEA
rewove
Weave

CUP OUT AND MAILr

Operations Research
is a challenging new field in which research ranges
over every known area of science, to produce answers
to immediate questions, solutions for long-range
problems. Technical , Operations, Incorporated, of
Burlingtor, Massachusetts, now engaged in such re-
search in cooperation with the *Continental Army
Command at Fort Monroe, Virginia, and at Monterey,.
California, is looking for the right scientists and
engineers in all fields .. .
and YOU as a TECHNICALGRADUAT
should knob more about how tech/ops can offer you
broadening contact with many varied scientific dis-
ciplines, good living conditions, salary policies that
mean growth and recognition, all usual benefits, and
creative freedom to think, in a growing research and
development organization.
See Our Representatives:
K. S. ANDERSON, at the Placement Office, College
of Engineering, 347 West Engineering Building, Oc-
tober .16 .. . at the Burea ; of Appointments, 3528
Administrption Building, Ottober 17.

STUDENTS - Continui
at college. Join one
piano classes. Also
practice facilities.
DUMM PIANO STUDI
0
PRINTINC
Specialties - 24 he
News Letters - i
Fraternities --S
Invites - Pro
Posters - Ti
ROACH PRINTING -
415 Dbtroit (opposite Fa

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HANDY CLASSIFIED FORM,
I MCHIGAN DAILY l
420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich . I
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classified ad for three consecutive days. (Use pencil and print each word
I clearly.)
(2 LINES MINIMUM}
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CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES

DON'T B
COLD WEAT
FALL C

WITH COLD WEATHER
KNOCKING AGAIN=-

Take Advantage of our
$4,95, SPECIAL

Golden's Service Statio
NO 8-942
Shoes repaired an
Fine Tailor
SANFORD
While you wait
119 East Ann
NO 8-696
Open 8 till 8
30 years in Same
(opposite court
WhLLIS PACKD

INCLUDES:
LUBRICATION
CHASSIS LUBRICATION
OIL CHANGE
'BRAKE LINING CHECK,

Freezer Locke
331 E. William
Call Huron Riv
.Information-
Home Freezer Meal,

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