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March 15, 1933 - Image 2

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TlE MIChIGAN DAILY

Daisy, Pamela, E. Campbell, L. Diet- EiT S k Stdent F
rich, K. MacGregor, Charlotte Simp- ( ~ IFine
son, in Theatre, Over' Radi)_' Tonight
Theatre. Break;ing Dr' y LW
4:15 p. m.-German Male Chor'us, --_____
in Theatre. Be prompt. Prof. Albert Einstein, the renowned Charles Darner, 707 Oxford Road,
4:30 p. m.--Sharp. German Girls' physicist, will make his last public a student in the literary college,
Chorus, in Theatre. appearance and addresA in America pleaded guilty to driving while drunk
7:00 p. m.-Sharp. Male chorus in ght.and was fined $100 plus costs of
$9.80 by Judge Jay Payne in Justice
7:15 p. m.-Swiss Pantomine group, at a dinner in his honor to be given ' Court yesterday afternoon.
in Theatre. in New York City by 'the American Darner and a companion, John
8:30 p. n.-Charlotte Simpson, Friends of the Hebrew University of McCuthcheon, Detroit, a former stu-'
song and first scene dance, Theatre. dent, were arrested by police Sun-
9:00. p. m.-R. Campbell and Det-, Jerusalem. This speech 'will be broad- dnwr retdb oieSn
9:00p. m-R.Campelland et-day night. McCuthcheon was fined
wiler, on specialties, Theatre. cast over a national hook-up and day nihs Mct hcf$9 n w
$25 plus costs of $9.80.
9:30 p. m.-Mathewson, on song, over WJR, Detroit. Dean Joseph Bursley is standing
Theatre. In order that students who do not bond for the two men until they
10:00 p. m.-Grump, Daisy, Pa-c
have a radio may listen to Professor can procure the money.

CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR

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wrong
Dillan,
350

TYPING

WILL PERSON-Who took
coat at Phi Deltcdance call
4295 and exchange.

TYPING - Typing carefully done.
V e r y moderate rates. 0. , K.
Thacher. Phone 6734. 1Oc
TYPING--Notes, papers, and Grad.
theses. Clyde Heckart, 3423. 35c
LAUNDRIES,
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
STUDENT - And family washing.
careful work at lowest prices. Ph.
3006. 6c
WANTED

a NOTICE
HAVF--Your snap shots developed
at Fra icisco Boyce. 719 N. Univer-
sity. Here fine work is the tradi-
tion. 29c
UPHOLSTERING - Fine furniture
repairing, refinishing, and uphol-
stering. Also antiques. P. B. Hard-
ing, 960 Canal, Phone 3432. 31c

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Einstein's address, the Hillel Foun-
dation will use its radio. The Foun-
dation cordially invites all students,
Jewish and non-Jewish. as well as
the general public to hear this broad-

Bank Act Must Be Well
Administered -Watkins
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brated this morning in the Chapel at cast at the Foundation house. Be- -
Dr. arlw 'banks reopened are to be kept open.
the Hall at 8:00 a. m. sides Professor Einstein, Dr. Harlow Proksionoisnnd ae or te
P intShapley of the Harvard Astronom-he issu
ance of billions of dollars of cur-
Beginners Bridge Class will meet ical Laboratory, and Felix M. War- nmkm
at 7p. . intea of7:45 bug, hairan f te Conci ofrency and member banks, may pro-
at 7 p. im. instead of 7:45. burgChairfUnversithe wocil of cure that currency by rediscounting
Cthe HebrewEVE.a wide variety of assets at the Feder-
COMING EVENTS - al Reserve Banks.
Forestry: Mr. S. S. Wyer, of the 'Dismiss Two Ypslanti Non-member banks may obtain the
Fuel-Power-Transportation E d u c a- currency through borrowing from the
tional Foundation, will lecture on Men Held For Kidnaping Reconstruction Finance. Corporation
"Natural Resources and the Shift of or through the sale of preferred stock
Civilization" on Thursday at 11 a. in., On a motion of Prosecutor Albert to it. They may also borrow from
Room 2054 Natural Science Building. JRapp, Judge Jay Payne yesterday correspondents, and it is now pro-
Classes in the School of Forestry in Justice Court dismissed charges posed that they be allowed to borrow
and Conservation will be dismissed against Byron Meggison and Harold directly at the Federal Reserve
so that students may attend the lec- Shuey, Ypsilanti men charged with Banks. If these agencies stand back
ture. Others interested are very wel- kidnaping two girls Thursday night, of reopened banks without reserva-
come. S. T. Dana, Dean March 2. The case was dismissed be- tion, as they can do now, this will-be
cause none of the witnesses appeared tantamount to Federal guaranty. If
Observatory Journal Club will meet in court. this becomes clear to the public
at-4:15 Thursday, March 16, Obser- ------- ---- -- ~ -hoarding should cease.
vatory lecture room. Miss Helen W. party. Please notify Mrs. Johnstone, "The Michigan situation is greatly
Dodson will review "The Evolution of 23779, if you expecte to come. complicated because of the tie-up
Binary Stars" by William Markowitz. of outside banks with the closed De-
Tea will be served at 3:45. St. Andrew's Church: There will troit banks. In view of the economic
E n g i n e e r i ng be a service of meditation in the and fnancial dominance of Detroit
Thursda at 7:30 p. Council meeting' church Thursday at 4:15 p. . The in Michigan affairs, it is difficult to
Thursday at 7:30 p. im. in M E Com- Reverend Henry Lewis will give an see how we can fare as well as other
puting room. ..states under the proposed adminiis-

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WANTED-Small, modern unfur-
nished house, in best residential
section. Fall occupancy. Rental for
one year. Garage. Address Box 8,
Daily Office . 349
WANTED-5,000 MEN'S OLD AND
new suits. Best prices paid. Cash
for old gold. Phone 4306. Chicago
buyers. 34c
LOST
LADIES' wrist watch in the Arbore-
tum Sunday. Reward. Write Box
13.
BLACK-Silk purse between Angell
Hall and Law Club, March 10.t
Call 7717. Reward

BLUE BIRD BOOK NOOK, lending
library. Sc daily. Clean covers. Uni-
versity Music House. 10:30 to 5:30.
2pIc
HELP WANTED
GIRL-To woi:k in faculty home for
part board or room. Phone 5519.
348
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Beckman light transit,
like new. $40.00 C. J. Longst, 201
Cambrey St., Saginaw, Mich.
352
BALL TOSSER RISES
INDIANAPOLIS, var. 13-(A)-- Al
G. Feeney, the feilow who used to
flip the ball back to Gus Dorais, who
in turn tossed a pass to Knute
Rockne, is to be chief of the new
Indaina Division of Public Safety.

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adress on "Aids to Prayer" in tis
Lenten series of "The Spiritual Tech-
nique of Christianity."
Toclay & Thursday-DOUBLE FEATURE
Edlmrund Lowe in "DEVI IS DRIVING"
and Bela (Dracula) Lugosi in
'IVJIIITL ZOMBIE"

tration of the banking act."
FRENCH sumnier sd6oo,
Residentni Suninier School (co-
educational) June, 26-July 29.
Only French Spoken. Fee $150.
_"Board and Tuition. Elementary,
Intermediate. Advanced. Write
for circular to Secretary,. Resi-
dential French hummer School,
McGLL UNIVERSITY
MONTREAL. CANADA

J ac ket
Frocks
Each has a
complete Dress
under Jacket

MICHIGAN BELL
TELEPHONE CO.

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With the jacket on, ahy of the
dresses ate cidlightfully dashing,
and tailored and smart. Take
cape or jacket off'anid' you effect
a fascinating feminine denoue-
ment. Either way they look ex-
ceedingly well. For the Frost-
man 1'ightweight woolens coon-
tribute charming softness and
the contrasting colored tops of
silks or pique give captivating
dash. Navy and dawn blue.

DAD WOULD LIKE TO
HEAR YOUR VOICE
Probably noting would please Dad ... and Mother,
too . . . quite so much as hearing your voice and
talking with you. Of course, you can't see the folks
in person very often, but you can talk to them by
telephone, at _ny time, at surprisingly low cost.
elow are shwn 'presentitive Day, vening v tdn
Night Stotion-to-Station rates from Ann Arbor.

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Grand Rapids ..... .80
Iron Mountain . ... 1.70
Kalamazoo . ... . .70
Saulte Ste. Maric . 1.55
Traverse City 1. 15

7:00 P.M.-
8:30 P.M.
.60
1.30
.55
1.15
.85

Night
8:30 P.M.
4:30 A.M.

.40
.85
.35
.80
,CEO

Snakeskin
Again
with
and
beige
acket

Complete the fashion picture
pump or tie of snakeskin ...
choose either in grey or b
tone. Perfect to wear with ja
dresses in blue.

( JJ/ell IIh(* ccIri efor a cal/lis 5(Kr ulrc~ ,
a Federal tax applies)

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