$', 000 Netted
By Galens In
Repoii. Slows Results To
04 1932 Campaign
Almost $1,200 was taken in dur-
ing the annual Galens Christmas
drive for the benefit of crippled chil-
den in the University hospital, it was
announced yesterday by S. A. Fiegel,
'34SM, president of the honorary
He termed the results "very pleas-
ing" and said they were better this
year than last.
The funds, which were gathered
in a drive Dec. 5 and 6, were spemt.
largely for a huge Christm6.s partyI
and for maintenance of the Chil-
Through that part of the money
devoted to the party, the hospital
children were provided with such 1hl-
i day cheer as Christmas trees, bal-
loons, dolls, wagons, toys, candy'
cnes, pop corn and other refresh-
nients, and paper cards, seals, and
other decorations can afford.
The Children's Workshop, located
on the top floor of the hospital, gives'
opportunity for wood and manual
work to children housed in the acute
units of the hospital. The shop has
benefitted an increasing number of
children each year, the total reach-
ing 1,033 for the year ending last
Opportunities offered in the shop
have been augmented by new, tools,
books, projects, and activities. The
shop is open 22 hours a week under
the supervision of a licensed and ex-
perienced teacher of manual arts.
The fund is usually also sufficient
to make possible subscriptions to sev-
eral children's magazines.
In New Haven
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under Dr. Phillips in the University
and who succeeded him in the history
department said the following about
the late professor:
"Phillips was more than a father
to me. His death comes as a great
personal loss, while to the profession
it is incalculable. He was in the midst
of the second volume of his history
of the South. No other man can write,
as Phillips would have written, the
story of the land and people he loved
so well. Few men rise to equal
heights of scholarship; fewer inspire
so many young men through such
wide and intimate personal contacts."
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STUDENT wishes 1934 copies of
"School and Society" for filing.
Will pay $2. Phone 2-3850. 281
WANTED: Student clothing sales-
man to work part time in store
and displaying merchandise in fra-
ternities evenings. State experience
and hours available. Address box
30, Michigan Daily. 260
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 5x
WANTED HELP -- MALE
WANTED: 2 boys to wash dishes for
board. Work to start at once, 602
RADIO Service Men. Part or full
time. Must be competent. Stofflets.
523 E. Liberty. 277
NOTICE: Gigolo for J-Hop: Reason-
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correspondence confidential. Box
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PLEASANT and nicely furnished
apartments. 3 rooms. Gas and
lights included. Reasonable. Suit-
able for two or thre' boys, 1113
S. State. 278
SINGLE and double rooms and
suites for boys. Near the campus,
825 E. University. Phone 3851.
POR RENT: Room and garage for
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Comfortable, warm room, especially
designed for a study in new home
of faculty member. Neatly ap-
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Call 6050. 274
SIX ROOM HOUSE in good condi-
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FOR RENT: Attractive rooms with
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TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
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REWARD for return of Elgin wrist
watch. Lost in Union locker room.
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PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problem of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. 2-3478, 5594.
611 E. Hoover. 9x
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Combined Stage and
ROY HOYER STUDIO
3 Nickels Arcade
f' a .....
Last Times Today
Carole Lombard n "Brief Moment"
Oc to 6 -- 5c After 6
with Motion Pictures
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, at 8 P.M.
Tickets at WA AHR'S 75c & 50c
GREAT LAUG STARS;
On the Stage
One Hour of
EL COTA and BYRNE
Hear him play "Lazy Bones"
STEVENS and BIG BOY
A riot with his bear and
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