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THE TCHIGA D TLY

SUNDAY, MARCH

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THE MTCVIIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH I

ELL RECEIV┬░ED

Churches Will Hold MA YOR INDICTED
Specl Srvices Today
(Continued From Page 1)
7:30 o'cloc:. Tonight, Monday and
Tuesday night there w-ill be services
at 7:30 with solemn closing T'ues-

Daily Official Bulletin

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FOR RENT-Two furnished apart-
ments, also a single room, steam
heat, shower, garage.
Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington.
525c

steners MFail 40,000 Letters
About Economics Talks to
University Station.
[alks on present economic con-
ions sponsored by the University
>adcasting station have created
iespread interest throughout the
intry, as signified by the fact
at 40,000 letters, as estimated by
lbo stations, have been received
far this season.
Vore than 4,500 copies of each
k are sent out weekly to radio
,eners. Many business concerns
ve asked for additional copies to
made at their expense. The
ardian Union group requested
at 6,500 copies of Prof. Robert G.
dkey's talk on "The Banking
.ase of the Depression" be print-
for them. They will distribute
ese among their customers.
Two other requests for speciall
pies have been made. One re-
est was for 7,560 copies of Prof.
hn 'E. Tracy's talk on "Extending
aturity of Bonds to Avoid De-
ult," and another for 1000 copies
the talk on "A meri:an Business
.d the Present Depression," by R.
rry Shorts, regent of the Univer-
,y and president of the Second
itional Bank and Trust Company
Saginaw, Mich.
Due to the fact that the listener
eds to write only once in order
receive eight copies of talks, the
oadcasting station has not ac-
ally received 40,000 letters. This
the common method used by ra-
o stations in estimating, however.
Saturday evening talks will be
oadcast from 7:30 to 8 o'clock
ginning March 26, Prof. Waldo
)bot, director of broadcasting, an-
)unced yesterday.

(Continued from Page 6)
and sororities at U. of M. should be
abolished. A short business meet-
ing will be held.
Phi Eta Sigma-Freshman Schol-
astic Fraternity: A schol~stic aver-
age equal to that of half A and

4:30 Ballet, Basement, Barbour
gym. Come ready for work. Please
be prompt.

FOR RENT

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day night.
St. Paul's Lutheran church will
begin observance of Holy Week this
morning, at which time the sermon,
"A Day of Joy for Jesus.," wil beI
given by the pastor, Rev. C. A.
Brauer. On Monday and Thursday,
communion will be held at 7 p.m.
On Good Friday, a sermon in Eng-
lish will be given at 1:30 p.m., with"
Holy Communion in G4rmnan at
7 p.m. -
There will be no German service
today at the Bethlehem. Evangel-
ical church. At 10 o'clock, there will
be morning worship, with confirma-
tion service at the same time. The
Palm Sunday sermon at the Zion
Lutheran church will be on "The
Victorious Christian," preached by
the pastor, Rev. E. C. Stellhern.
Wesley Foundation will have Rev.
Merle H. Anderson speak at 6 p.m..
on "Easter." The Lutheran Student
club, which meets at 5:30 o'clock in
the Zion parish hall, will have Rev.
Henry Yoder, Lutheran student
pastor, speak. His theme will be
"Duty, Conflict and Conquest." The
sermon topic at the First Church
of Christ, Scientist, will be "Mat-
ter," to be given at 10:30 at the
regular morning service.
The sermon subject of Rev. Alli-
son Ray Heaps, of the First Con-
gregational church, will be "Meek-
ness and Majesty." It will be given
this morning at 10:45.
TYPEWRITERS - PORTABLE
New, Seoan4.d n! Rebuilt,
Snitl-Corona, Noi.seless,
UnOerwoo&, Royal, R ingto-.
314 S. Stato St., Ann ; bor.

Hillel Players: Meeting on Tues- NOTICE
day, March 22, 4:30, Hillel Founda- ----------- -- -
tion. Arrangements for production NOTICE-Spring vacation tour. 9
to be discussed. days. Includes Washington, Phil-
drilr~i hi n nr-0~r inr

FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT, of
two large rooms and bath, for
2, 3, or 4.' 500 Packard. 511

half B out of a minimum of fifteen
hours entitles one to membership. Engineering Council meeting at
This means an averge of 2.50 in 7:30 Tuesday, M.E. computing room.
the Literary College and oC 3.50 in
the Engineering School. Any Fresh- All Campus Wrestling: All men
man who has fulfilled the above competing in this meet Tuesday at
requirement and who has not been 4 p.m., at the Intramural building,
so informed by the secretary should must weigh in Monday at Water-
call at the Dean of Students office man gym or the Intramural build-;
and have his record checked -before ing'at from 3-5 p.m.
Wednesday, March 23. '

J. H. Mellett
Anderson, Ind.,

Associated Press Photo
(above), mayor of
was one of 28 An-

Avukah: Open meeting, Tuesday,
March 22. Prof. Max S. Handman of
the Dept. of Economics, will speak
on the subject, "Ghetto Culture."
jEveryone is invited to attend. Meet-
ing is at the Hillel Foundation and
begins at 7:30 sharp.
Freshman .Pageant . Rehearsal
Schedule for Wednesday, March 23:
1:30 Renaissance, S.C. Angell Hall.
2:00 Primitive, S.C. Angell Hal. I
3:00 Clasical Gavotte, S.C. Angell
'Hall.
3:30 Greek Priestess, S.C. Angellj
Hall.
4:00 Greek Athletes Barbour gym.
4:00 Modern, S.C. Angell Hall.
4:30 Romantic Straus Waltz, S.C.
Angell Hall.

Facuity womens slubi : Regular
meeting Thursday, March 24, at 3
p.m., in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre, under the direction of the
Garden Section. Professor Harley
H. Bartlett will give an illustrated
lecture on "A Michigan Naturalist
in the Maya Country." Tea will be
served in the Grand Rapids Room.

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aeipnia, New York City,iagara
Falls Leaves April 9. $42 includes
everything, but meals. Best ho-
tels. Call 9147. 534
WANTED
TYPING-Grad. theses a specialty.
M. V. Hartsuff. 9087.
526c
WANTED-Woman to manage mil-
linery store. Nominal investment,
required. Salary $35 a week.
Bonus. Write Box A25. 540
LAUNDRY-Soft water. 21044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 271c
FOR SALE
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Finance Company for balance
due. We sell all makes of new

50 SALESMEN
50 % Commission
No Resistance
No Investment
$7.00 to $10.00 easily made.
Keep your pay every night.
Turn in the balance. Sdls
for $1.00. You keep 50c.
Everybody buys..Apply after
9 a. m. Monday.
G. K. MARTIN
Allenel Hotel

derson residents indicted by a fed-
eras grand jury for conspiracy to1
violate prohibition laws. Mellett isj
a brother of Don Mellett, editor, of
Canton, Ohio, who was slain sev-
eral years ago.

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cars at a discount. Investigate.
311 W. Huron. Phone 22001. 235c

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Tickets $3.50
On Sale Now in Engineering and Architecture Schools

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Till 2 P. M.
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