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Alpha Phi Omega
OPEN MEETING
29 Sept. 1959 Refreshments
Tuesday,8:00 P.M. Union, Room 3K

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Carilloneur
Sets Concert
A carillon concert will be heard
on campus at 7:30 p.m. today.
Sidney F. Giles, assistant Uni-
versity carillonneur, will present
the recital, with selections to in-
clude "Prelude and Fugue," and
"Gondoliers" by B. J. Franssen and
"Suite" "by Staf Nees.
Organization
Notices
(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-#
ganizations only.. Organizations
planning to be active for the fall
semester should register by Oct. 10.
Forms available, 2011 Student Ac-
tivities Bldg.)
Cerele Francais, Organizational Meet-
ing, September 30, 8:00, 3050 Frieze.
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Music Educators National Conference
1959, Organizational Meeting, Monday,
September 28, 8:00, Michigan Union.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Israeli
Folk Dance Group, September 28, 8:00
P.M.,. 1429 Hill Street.'
International Folk Dancers, Dancing
and Instruction, Sept. 30, 8:00 P.M., 537
SAB,
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Generation Magazine, Organizational
Meeting, Sept. 29, 7:30 P.M., Stud.
Publications Bldg.

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Lost Any Buttons Gloves?
By JEAN SPENCER
Investigation bears out what
Ann Arbor townies have always
suspected -- University students
are losers.
They lose everything from
single buttons (several students
are missing more than one) to
typewriters, and such valuables as
money, jewelry and girdles.
Martha Lindenschmidt, who
presides over the general lost-and- X
found department on the second
floor of the Administration Build-
ing, laments the number of ar-
ticles left unclaimed by the care-
less.
Signs of creeping conformity are
manifest in the preponderance of
identical items lost, including
trench coats, leather-palm gloves,
textbooks and glasses.
Mrs. Lindenschmidt's depart-
ment collects mislaid articles from
Angell and Mason Halls as well as
the Undergraduate Library for the
most part. Far-out schools (Engi-
neering, Dentistry) have their
own lost-and-found departments,
as do ,the Union and League. FOUND
Articles are held for 60 days *.. osers wanted
after being turned in. mer and will be held through the
Glasses are sent to health sere- first month of school.
ice after this period has elapsed. If you've lost, your toothpaste,
Articles left unclaimed from last your parking permit, your marbles
year were held through the sum- --try the lost-and-found first.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ANN ARBOR'S NEW

SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY
-OPEN 24 HOURS

Air Conditioned

Coin Operated
DRY 10c

WASH 20c

Ample Parking
COIN WASH

PHOTOS
by
BUD-MOR
1103 South University
NO -6362

1928 West Stadium Blvd.
Between Pauline and Liberty

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Air Farce R.O.T.C. completed cadets
will meet in Rn. 163 North Hall for
preview and planning of fall program.
Come either at 4 or 7 p.m. on Tues.,.

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TODAY

Opportunity and Valuable Experience

UNION

TRYOUT-SMOKER

4:15 or 7:30

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