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TIE MICIhIGAN

DAILY

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NOTICE

MEALS SERVED to men and wom-
en students at 517 E. Ann-5
minutes from campus. Special
rates by meal, day or week.
Phone 22346. 118
ANY intelligent person may earn
good income corresponding for
newspapers; all or spare time;
no canvasing; send for free book-
let; tells how. Heacock, 410 Dun
Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 50

WANTED
WANTED-Student laundry neatly
done. Experience. Socks. darned
and buttons replaced free. Will
call for and deliver. Call 23365.
104
STUDENT WASHING. WANTED-
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone
706F21. 121
STUDENT-For sales work. Good
opportunity. Write Box 407, city.

BRIGHT young lady; sa
ability; visit sorarity :
selling offer. Apply f
11 a. m., D. Sztssman,]E

FOR RENT

MANAGER OUTLINES
ORATOR ICAL SERIES
Churchill Will Not Appear as
Scheduled for First
Lecture.
(Contduee rom P a x
History in Fiction." Sabatini ha's
been writing historical novels for
the last 25 years.
"'the Philosophy of Physics" will
be the theme of the lecture De'c. 2
of Bertrand Russell, who again
makes his appearance in Ann Ar-
bor. Since the close of the World
War, Russell has written a scath-
ing work on Soviet Russia, a book
on China, books on relativity, the
atom, industry, education, and four-
works on philosophy.
The fourth lecture will present
Martin and Osa Johnson, African
explorers, on Dec. 14. Pictures of
animal life will be shown, and the
Johnsons, Moser said, expect to
bring with them a 60-pound chim-
panzee and two Colobus monkeys..
John B. Kennedy, widely known
journalist, associate editor of Col-
lier's and radio announcer \'f o r
"Collier's Hour," will lecture Jan.
27 on "What Makes Personality?"
The.fina lecture will be given by,
George W. Wickersham, chairman
of the national commission on law
observance and law enforcement.
and president of the American Law
institute. Mr. Wickersham num-
bers among honorary degrees one.
conferred upon him by the Univer-
sity. The subject and date of his
lecture will be announced later.

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Today' SRadio Pr ograms
(E-stern Standard Tjme)) t

With Savino Tone Pictures at
10 o'clock, Guy Lombardo and his
orchestra at midnight, Tito Guizar
at 9 o'clock, and the Street Singer
at 11 o'clock, all from WXYZ, Co-
lumbia takes tonight's honors for
the best entertainment. In addi-
tion to these sure fire programs
there are Reis and Dunn with Nat
Brusilof's orchestra in one of the
outstanding radio acts of song and
dance at 7:15 o'clock, Abe Lyman's
band at 8:15 o'clock, the Coty Mel-
ody hour, with Welcome Lewis and
Harry Salter's orchestra at 9:15
o'clock, the Boswell Sisters, in their
original interpretations of the mus-
ic of the hour, at 10:30 o'clock, to
be followed by Peters parade, with
Irene Beasley, Ken Christie trio
and Vic Young's orchestra fifteen
minutes later. All these programs
come through Detroit, station
WXYZ. Charlie Davis and his or-
chestra, however, broadcast after
WXYZ's closing t im e through
WABC at 1 o'clock, followed a half
hour later by Dave Abrams and his
dance band from the same source.
Outstanding on thee NBC pro-
gram for Thursday night, in spite
of the advertising, is B. A. Rolfe's
orchestra at the usual hour, 10
o'clock, through the usual station,
WWJ, A close second is the mar-
ried Rudy Vallee and his Connecti-
cut Yankees, playing for Mr. Jul-
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ius -eischman 's yeast company at
8 c'clock from WWJ. Coon Sanders
orchestra at 12:30 o'clock is the
only other program c o m i n g
through WWJ that is worthy of'
mention. On the WJR side of the
NBC chain, Julia Sanderson and
Frank Crummit on the Blackstone
Plantation at 9 o'clock and the
Maxwell House Ensemble at 9:30
o'clock run a close race for first
favors. The Dixie Spiritual Singers
at 8 o'clock have an'appeal of their
own to all races. At 10 o'clock
Harry Horlick's orchestra, disguis-
ed as the A & P Gypsies, play some
toe tickling tunes which always
bring a large response in the form
of fan mail. Mildred Bailey, noted
blues singer, will be heard with the
King's Jesters, a trio at midnight,
to be followed by Larry Funk and
his orchestra from the Palais D'Or
Restaurant in New York at 12:30
o'clock, thus ending the National
Broadcasting Company's air shove

T-ravel Service Bureau
Instituted by Alumni
A University Travel service bur-
eau in connection with the Ameri-
can Express company for the bene-
fit of students and alumni has been
instituted this fall by the Alumni
association, .according to a state-
ment yesterday by T. Hawley Tap-
ping, general secretary.-
This service offers to everyone
who uses it all the facilities of the
American Express company in
planning trips, procuring steamer
and railroad tickets, naking hotel
reservations, and receiving mail.
Domestic and foreign trips can be
arranged through this office with
all bookings made at no extra cost
to the traveler.
Special tours with a group can
g ~p an

BROTIER JOINS SEARCH
ABERDEEN, Scotland, Oct. 7-(P)
-William Cramer, brother of the
American flier, Parker Cramer, who
was lost on a trip from Detuoit to
Copenhagen, nas left for the Ork-
ney and tne Sneliand Islands to
join in on searc ifor traces of thel
expedition.
be arranged, or individual trips]
will be booked. It is planned to
have a number of alumni and edu-
cational tours arranged soon, es-
pecially for Michigan graduates.
SUIIT--In private home; twin
beds; garage; typewriter; oil
heat; use of piano; very reason-
able. 1303 Forest. 123
WANTED
GIRLS-Who can play instruments
for Jazz orchestra, Call 6834 133
Bank Run Gravel
$1.00 Per Cubic Yard
KILLINS GRAVEL
COMPANY

SIX ROOM HOUSE-With garage
in fine residence section. Also 5
room fiat with garage if desired.
Inquire 1301 Granger. 117
rwo APARTMENTS-1 with private'
bath and shower. Also double'
rooms. St-m heat, garage, dial
83544, 422 E. Washington. 89
ROOMS for two graduate men or
instructors. Pleasant location, one
block from law club and two
blocks from campus. 731 Tappan
Ave., corner Hill. Phone 3653.
126
ROOMS FOR RENT--425 S. Divis-

WANTED-Student laundry. Also
bedding. Reasonable plices. Soft
water. Call for and deliver. Tele-
phone 707-F31 after 5:30. 53
FOR SALE
MAHOGANY office desk and swivel
chair; folding top for typewriter.
Cheap. Dial 8578. Gomberg.
124
LOST
LOST - Girls light weight tan
sweater. Probably on Hill or
South. Univ. Phone 6352. 115
LOST-Red Chow dog. Liberal re-
ward. Mich. Daily. Box 2.
110
LOST-Kappa Kappa Gamma so-
rority pin, Saturday, Oct. 3.
Finder please call 7117, 1204 Hill.
LOST-Fifteen dollars cash, Tues-
day, between West Engine and
Chemistry building. Reward.
Charles Murray, 1003 E. Huron.
Phone 22491, 131

ion. Large suite,
Sand single room at
Close to campus.
ATTRACTIVE room
student in private
Phone 9642.

double room,
reduced price.
Phone 22352.
42
for graduateI
family. $3.50.
125

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very quite home, will rent single
or double. Price very reasonable.
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129
FOR RENT--At 425 S. Division.
Large suite- and single room.
Price reasonable. Phone 22352
103

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SURE! When a word fits, you know it!
"Satisfy" just fits CHESTERFIELD. A smoker
picks up a package, and he likes its neat appear-.
ance - no heavy inks or odors from ink. Tha't
satisfies him.
Then he examines a Chesterfield. It is well-
filled; it is neat in appearance; the paper is pure
white. And that satisfies him.
He lights up. At the very first puff he likes
the flavor and the rich aroma. He decides that
it tastes better--neither raw nor over-sweet; just

pleasing and satisfying.
Then he learns it is milder. That's another
way of saying that there is nothing irritating
about it. And again he's satisfied!
Satisfy - they've got to satisfy! The right to-
baccos, the CHESTERFIELD kind, cured and
aged, blended and cross-blended, to a taste that's
right. Everything that goes into CHESTER-
FIELD is the best that money can buy and Ithat
science knows about. CFESTERFIELDS do a
complete job of it. They Saisfy!

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