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January 29, 1932 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FROSH FRIILIC MU
SELT FR lACH 1IS

Dean *and Mrs. Bates
Attend Hoover Dinner
Dean Henry M. Bates of the law
school and Mrs. Bates were guests'
of President and Mrs. H{oover at the

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A DVERTISING

Postponement Made to Allow) White House last night on the oc-

Two southerners, Jesse H. Jones of Texas (left) and Harvey C. Couch
of Arkansas, have been appointed by President Hoover as Democratic
directors of the new $2,000,000,060 reconstruction finance corporation
created to stimulate business and industry.

Committee Time to
Make Plans.
The date for the Frbsh Frolic has!
been postponed from March 11 to
March 18 in order that the commit-
tee in charge may have more time
to make the necessary arrange-
ments, it was announced last night
following a meeting of the Frolic
committee.
Charles Weinfeld, '35, chairman,
announced the following appoint-
ments. Enock W h i t e publicity
chairman and Austin G. Hall and
Margaret Grant, assistants. On the
favors committee are Lewis G.
Kearns, chairman, and Fritzie Wal-'
dron. Music committee chairman
is S. Hazelton, chairman and Wil-
liam Cutting, assistant. David Zim-
merman is the chairman of the
ticketcommittee and R. Tracy, as-
sistant.,
Floor committee consists of S.
Michaels, chairman, and J. Don-
a'l d s o n. Invitations committee
chairman is E. Jaros, chairman and
A. Odis, assistant. George Gibson
is the head of the decorations and
Nan Bieble is his assistant.
GUARANTEED
RADIO SERVICE
(All Makes)
Reasonable Ratesj
Phone 3694
21EEMEYES
1 221 East Liberty Street

casion of the president's annual
dinner given in honor of the jus-
tices of the United States supreme
court.
Among those present was justice
George Sutherland, '83L, the only
graduate of the university at pres-
ent serving on the supreme tribu-
nal.
TODAY-
MARY ASTOR
"Srnart Woman
SATURDAY -

NOTICE
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, repaired. .
0. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
307c
TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done. 0. D. MORRILL, 314 So.
State St. 308c
RESTAURANTS
EAT-Meal tickets $5.50 for $4.50
Special Steak and Chop Dinner 40c-
Forest Inn 538 Forest Ave.
409c
GRAVEL
Phone 7112 Killins Gravel Co.
293c
FOR SALE
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Finance Company for balance
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.
235
4 BEDROOM HOME; only $7,800;
in perfect conditi4; near schools
and Burns Park; attached ga-
rage; large trees. Owner 8373.
FOR RENT
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment with private bath and
shower; also two large double
rooms available now; steam heat.
shower, agarage. Phone 8544. 422
E. Washington. 414c
FOR RENT: ROOMS FOR MEN!
SINGLE $3.50 DOUBLE $2.50,
Hot and cold running water in
each room. Maid service. We
furnish all bed linens. Showers.
Lounging room with radio.
FLETC.,EER HALL
Opposite Intramural Building
378c
FOR RENT-Reasonable rooms at
604 East Washington. 427
FRONT SUITE-Nicely furnished-
two single rooms, $2.50 and $3.00
each. 433 Hamilton Place. 437
SINGLE room $3.50; double $2.50;
private home. Dial 8735. 405c

FOR RENT-Near Union, cho
suite and singles, reasonable.
E. Madison.
TWO large suites close to campi
pleasant single room; reduC
price. 425 S. Division. Pho
22352.
FOR RENT-2 double rooms or A
rent single; reduced prices.
Thompson.
UNUSUALLY good suite; 2 la
rooms and bath; first floor;
two or three boys. 500 Packa
WANTED
EXPERIENCED, cultured wom
will" act as temporary nu
mother or tuitor. Care of De
of Women.
DOUBLE and single rooms,
boys; reasonable; cldse to ca
Pus. 520 Cheever Ct.
FOR RENT-A single room in p
vfate house; steam heat; shoei
bath. Phone 6623.
yOR RENT--Front suite, pleas,
and warm; price reasonable.
Walnut. Phone 7618.
fwo large pleagre rooms. Will r
single or double. Near camp
541 Elm Street. Phone 8483.
1N desirable location; one sr
and. 2 singles; reasonable pr
429 S. Division.
FOR RENT - Double room; n
Intramural building. 918 So
State St.
FOR RENT-Modern 6 room.
bath, heat and water furnish
AvailablAe Feb. 1st. 1139 May
Pl. Phone 4812 or X980.
FOR RENT-Fronit, single roo
newly decorated; double de
several chairs; quiet. 702 T
pan Ave.
FOR RENT-Large, light, wa
room with fireplace. Will r
double or single. 1046 Baldc
Phone 6743.

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DELICIOUS, HOME-
MADE CANDIES
All Sizes-All Prices
PREKETES
Sugar Bowl
109 South Main
THE. SUGAR BOWL IS
ALWAYS OPEN AFTER
DANCES.

aujndFaces Deej

The Whitney Theatre
Presents

- EXTRA ADDED
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS in

"DIE FORSTERCHRISTL"
(The Forester's Daughter)

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nAround the World in 80
Minutes"

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A German talking and singing classic.
Opening attraction Sunday, Jan. 31 and continuing through the week.
Admission, 50c; Children, 20c; Saturday matinee, 35c.
Shows at 7 and 9 every night; Matinees at 3, Saturday and Sunday.

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You will find us well prepared to supply
your demands from now on until you are
well established in the second semester.

Bring in

Your Used Text Books-

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Will Pay Good Prices

A nother Stationery Special at One-Half af f
Today and Tomorrow

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