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___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GALE LASHES VIRGINIA COAST

Nomlinations M'ust Be Submnitted
to A. H. White No Later
Than Sattzn'day.
Nominations by the heads of the
various departments of the Univer-
sity of candidates for the Henryl
Russel award must be turned in to
Prof. Alfred H. White, of the dhim-1
ical engineering department not
later th~an Saturcduy, March 12.
Cnd~idaptes.bhthe'Qiul ev-r'

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The above scene taken ouff Norf
as March winds whirledf their course
leaving a shambles in their wviake.
Wisconsin Legal HearJ
Says Court Is Lawful
{(z TetN e-zes Srvi e)
MADISON, Wis., March 10--Stud-
ent lawyers who have maintained
that the University of Wiscni
traffic court is illegal received'a
setback recently when the state'sl
assistant attorney general delivered
an opinion that the court is consti-

the award, must be "s-iri memrber
k of the University faculties of a rank
not higher than assistant profes-
sor and are chosen for conspicu-
~ 'ous service tc the University'."
Distinguished scholarship or au-
'j thorship, and abililty as a teacher.
are the most important of the
Associated Press Phcoto z qualifications for the award, ac-
folly, Va,, slows the wreckage left cording to a resolution adopted by
uip the Atlantic coast from Florida, the University Senate.
1Professor White is chairman of
'the committee which will recom -
imend a faculty. member to Presi-,
Nw-thwestcr n to Name dent Ruthven as most worthy of
'Mos eau ful tr the award in their opinion. Other
'Mot B auifu' Grtmembers of the committee are
Prof. Everett S. Brown of the po-
J«':I nA .e~c litical science department, Prof.
EVANtSTtON, Ill., March 10. - Peter Field of the mathematics de-
"Northwestern's m o st beautiful partment, Prof. Charles C. Fries of
gir" wll e itrouce atthe' the English department, and Dr.
greier wilnetitroduced "atepCarl V. Weller, University patholo-
premerenextTueday f "tepgist.
This Way=," fourth annual Women's!1
Athletic Association-Men's Union ! The newly constructed League of

A ncw oigle of whih Liid bergh
l~epirgcase which th-e Police,
refse: to discuss, led to. the arrest
of TonY Meslo. New Haven, Conn.,
contractor. Meslo was held for a.
S~OObond.
as Offcer of Society
Prof. Camnillo P. Merlino of the
It alian department has been elec-
ted secretary-treasurer of theSo-
Sac of Italian Teachers in America,
it was announced yesterday.

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NOTICE
PAINTING and paperhanging. 22
years experience. Good work and
reasonable. Bosch and. Fisher
samples. Phone 4942. 521 1
WHITE WANTED
WHITEGIRL to comce in every
da;y for gene-ral house w\ ork and1
Cookin1g. Seven to thiree o'clock.
No work Sunday. Wgu es f'veI
dollars. 2030 Norwa,-y Road. 5201
STUDENT LA UNDIRY" WANTED-_
Called for and delivered. Phione
4863. 150c
WANTED TO BUY-A canoe, write
R. G. Mulchakey, Coldwater,!
Michigan. 5161
FEXPEDITION - Nautical, J u n e -
Sept., requires the services of
several men. Reply immediately
to M. Grant, Pa. Ave. Station,
Box 472, Wash., D. C.o., 519
FOR RENT
414S S. DIVISION7-Two room: apart-
ment, electric refrigeration, pri-
vate bath and shower; will rerit
by month or week or week-ends.
517
FOR SALE
R.EPOSSESSED CARS-Buy fron~
Finance Company for balanceI
due. We sell all maikes of new
cars at a discount. Investigate,.
311 W. Huron. Phone 22001. 235c
forRESLT
use the
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tutional and that the regents have show.u vv
the authority to back up the decis-
ions of the court with expulsions if.! Although there are several "cam-
necessary.I pus queens" contests, the queen of
__________!the WAA-MU show will not be
To provide more jobs the Na.- judged by anyone connected with
tional Parks Board of Canada is the university. A committee from
constructing a 165 mile highway the Chicago Art institute will pickr
fro mLake Louise to Jasper in the the winner from the forty-two girls
Canadian Rockies. competing.

Nationsy radio station, located a
few miles from Geneva, Swvitzer-
land, is powerful enough to flash
250 words a minute anywhere inI
the world.

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Cndie's

Fountain Specialties

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BROWN eCRESS
&tmyhuW
INVESTMENT
SECU RITIES
execute d oall ex
enl Yi~eVVQUY* margill.
Pephone 23271
Im4 A oanRUTRL4

Malk your party a success.
Serve our Fruited Ptinch.
No oter comnpares.
BETSY ROSS SHOP

Light Lunches

roasted Sandwiches

"THREE LAYExRS OF- FROZEN
Rich fruits and delicious nuts, combined in this bi ck m4ke the rare
flavors only produced by Mc~onald Ice Cream Company.
Try our week-end special:
CHERR~Y ICES:RrXAM
FRUIT NUT

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Awmay!l K
Fom the Georgian door way that
says:."Come in! come in!" to the
kitchen where dishes famous in the
Colonies are re-created daily, Dear-
born Inn captures the substantial
charm of old New England. Fish
cak'es and Boston baked beans with
b~rowni bread-fish chowder-pot roast
Ne~w England style-chicken pie-
and other tenting dishes!I Try thecm
as they are served at the real iNew
Eno ~and Inn'.
Faculty mcrmbers are invited to
Dearborn Inn for din ners, luncheons-,
bridge parties andl teas. Table Wlhote
dinners in the Early Amnerican Dining
R~oom. $1.50 a mlate. Luncheon
$1.25 and $1.00. A. ia carte service 1
in the Enetlish Cofiee Shop. Trans-
portat ion provided for groups. 'Phone
(Dearborn 181I0.E
DEAR"NBO .RN
INN.
Opposite Forid Airport
28 Mviiles From Ann Arbor
Oakwood Bouievani 1)earto,
Michigana_

Cutti Ca F
(.ting Cafe will start M~onday th,!ir new linch and dinner policy.

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LUNCH NOW

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25c, 30c, 40c
40c, 50c,

I DINNER NOW.

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Ploe225 436 Third Street
to = - - --- _ - =__

Final Times
"Hes DIVR"

T[he Quality of our food will still remain uinbeaten-
IIlF SAME EXTRA FINE FOOD
--TI F SAME GOOD} QUALITY
-THE SAME SEIZVICE
Special Sunday Dinner-75C
Fruit Cocktail
Celery Hearts

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DROP THOSE BOOKS!
Direct yniyr cab to
MAIN STREET'SPONLY NGHT CLUB
r.an evening of ae ve ry and JoY
Dn e ande rWe ton
BENSON'S ORCH '-:ESTRA with
LEO (WINDY) MEYERS

Chc~na la King
Candied Yams
Fhuttered Peas
Apple PIe

&I 'LL PAY AY
* ~ ATHRILL!"
' 4 zRich enough
tdo what she
wanted. Pretty
enough to

Swiss Steak, Mushroom Sauce
Mashed Potatoes
Pear Salad
A la Mde

Vanilla Ice Cream or Hot Fudge Sundae
Mints Red Raspberry Stundae
This dinner is included in our regular $5.50 board.

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OWL SHOW TONIGHT
WILL ROGE S
in "YOUNG AS YOU FEEL"

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.. ....35c

DinettHere
At Depression
Proof Prices

Dancing 11 to
(?) Fri., Sat. & Sunt.

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Pp'She Wanted
oMuch More Tharn Love!

* Choice
More -a Gift
A Compliment
For' any an--d all occ'ns-o1siolliiin can eCS)')1 es yotir trite sentiment.s
quite like fic;o -
Brirt hdays, edigartniv, i sries, sickness and many other occasions
demand the scnding of l~eautif&: floral greetings.
Flowers sneak for terselvcs, they carry the very feeling, the very
thought that one can't begin to e-,press in mere words.
We will be sglad to give s-cial attention to helping yotu select your
floral gifts. Easter is only at few wei:eks away. W(e will have a nice
variety of cuit flowers and zlanits

with
SA LY
TRACY
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-Added-
ANE i
AN~D
ARTHUR
'Shave Off'

~j.She wore. a price-ag, that her,
,> qsweetheart couldn't affr c -= but
r' tthat a.millionaire paid! And it
proved a tragic bargain!
s~n BENNETT Spencer TRACY
°; . "nn Merkel, Jam~es Krkwood
y Dorothy Peterson
ADDED
"LADY, PLEASE"
M'uni 'st comredy in years
"i..OAM ! N' IN THE G LOAMIN
HARRY LAUDERb

"The Beachtitit"
Herb Williams

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