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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Jobless Protest iscontinuance Of -CW

CLAS SIHIED DIRECTORYJ

ADVERTISING
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Lld fi ace capIt'al lett~rs. I
FOIR RENT
SUITE : Cheerful, reasonable. 714
Church Street. lox
LOST AND FiOUND
WILL THE PERSON who took Ox-
ford gfray overcoat from Water-
man Gym by mistake please return
to S. Beckman, 1,301 Wells St.
WANT To ST1JDV SUN1)AY
A plea to keep the library open on'
Sunday nights is being filed by Uni-
versity of Indiana students who feel
that Sunday night is the most con-
venient time to do wreek-end study-
ing, and that "blue Mondays" would
be prevented if students could do
their last minute studying SundayI
night.

LAU~tNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Ca ;rceful work at low price. 4x
P vRSONIAL laundry service. We take
ilidividuail interest Ifin the laundry
problem Of ur customers, Girls'
:;ilks , wool:s, and fine fabrics guar-
anted. Maln's shirts or specialty.
ll fmr arld dl~Ivcr. 2-3478, 5594.
611 E'.l hoover. 9x
NOTICE
AUTO LOANS AND RETFNANCING?
Bring Yomr title'
A' :;tocIif t1 Muhl' Srvices-, Inc.
:iI1 W. 11iroi, 1Ph. 2-2001
1 2x
'ERMANENT'S: On), $5 steam o il
lierrinntI withi oil shampoo, $3,
this Week a;nd next.. Rag edy Ann
:hop. Jial 7561. 11lx
AR E YOU iGOING OME?4 1
Indian Tra.-il Stages
offer-s low rates
Call lMiiller Hotel. :3293
405
WANTED: 01,T)lDAND NEW
sulits5, Will paiy 3, 4, 5, (i and 7 dol-
lars, Phione Ann Arbor- 4206. Chi-
cago Buyers. Tempjorary offlice, 200
North Main. 5x
TAXICABS
TAXI-- Phlonie 9000. Seveni-paissenger
cars. Only stanldard rates. ix
ARCADE CABI DidG6116 . Large comi-
fortable cabs. Standard rates. 2x
AflT CINEMA LEAGUE - Apr. 4, 5, G
11I1OAD TO LIVE" has the fine ar-
istry which we hav( come 1.0 expect.
from tlihe o-Hr 1ftsilan films. Evvy
Iv:iclmcr shold seeIvi."
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Associated Pmss Photo
Led by Norman Thomas, Socialist candidate for president in 1932 (carrying hriefcase), utnemnployed per-
OiIS from SeveraIeastern cities staged a mnarch of protest inW intnag itist discontinuanee of civil
worrks prti~ects.

pranos and at 4 o'clock for both alto '
sections. Everyone must he there. efli.udjEnteIrs
Regular rehearsal room. E rs
it'ep hy: Titgl ht,, Ann 1Arbor 'hu-
cyohpical Society will dliscuss "The A
Evolution of the Soul," by L. W. Rog- At M ilwaii kee
ens at 8:00 }p.m., Michigan League. ____
Those interested are cordially wel-
come. Frank A. ineson, a graduate stu-
-- dent studying forest economics in the
IYiar1 methodlis ti torch: Stainer's School of Forestry and Conservation,
p aste r oratorio "The Crucifixion," to left recently for the regional office
lie suing by a robed choir of 25 voices of the United States ]Forest Service
aistdby Ar thur Hackett, tenor,in ilake hrhestoae
andl Stanley Dupre, bass, soloists, un- i iwue hr ei otk
der the direction of Mr. Achill(-s Tal- charge of thne sub0sistence homestead'
iaferro, organist, will form the mu- I areas in the 'ninth region of the
sical background for three one-hourf Forest Service, which includes the
Worship services which will comprise states of Michigan, Minnesota, Wis-
the 'Good 'Friday observance from 12, con-sin, Missouri, and Illinois.
to 3 at the First Methodist Church, Subsistence homesteads are small
State and Washington streets. Three areas of land adjacent to the Na-
brief sermons based on the theme of tional forests which are being estab-
the music will be given as follows: dished by the Federal governm'ent. It
At the 12 o'clock hour, the Reverend is the plan to supply men 'taking
Professor W. C. Rufus will preach on { over these tracts of land with a cer-
"Trhe Procession to Calvary"; at l. taro number of days work each year
o'clock, the Rev. R. W. RobinsvO n of ini the national forests to supplemient
F1lint will speak on the themlel' "Th- the portion of their living that they
ivine H-um1litioin"; at tihe 2 o'clock will be abile to make onl the suabsis-
hour, Dr. F. B. Fishrer will conclude j tence homesteads.
the service with a meissagew on. "TZhe I Ieo a iihdsuiso h
Crucifion." Teo i iiwsii4o h
Tonight at 7:30, Dr~, Fl deiick . land adjacent to the IHuron National
Fisher preaches at the First Meth- Forest in the feast central 'part of
odist Church, State anrd Wlashington thre lower perninsula and the Hia-
streets, on -What Does- It Mean to watha National forest in the tipper
be aChrstin?"- peninsula. These reports are in the
be aChrstin?"hands of the Secretary of. Agricul-
Saint f4nkd taw's Episcopal Church: Lutre at the present time.
Good Friday Service today 12 noon
to u p.m. The Reverend Henry Lewis Arts and others interested' in future
will conduct the service and the gen- work in Business Administration, The
eral topic for the three addresses will meeting will be addressed by Dean C.
be: "What Things Should we Stress E. Griffin of the School of B~usiness
in our Lives because of Good Fri- Administration.
dlay." The choir will sing for the en- T"Ihis will be the first meeting of a
t ire service. ;series designed to give information
concerning opportunities in various
Ilili Foundation: Seder secrvices professional fields.

The annual Founders' Day Ban-
quet of the Lawyers.Club will take
place April 20 in the dining hall of
the club, it was announced yester-
day.
Speakers for~ the banquet will be
IRush C. Butler. Chicago attorney, and
Judge Charles C. Simons of the Cir-
cuit Court of Appeals in Detroit.
Judge Simons, an alumnus of the
University, was appointed by. Presi-
dent Warren G. Harding in 1923 and
has served in the Michigan Senate
and Constitutional Convention.
Mr. Butler sered as counsel for
the interstate Commerce Commis-
1 Sion and has been elected president
of the Illinois State Bar Association.
P-reser~t Speela l Reelital
Pr~of. Paltiter Chrtistian, 'University
rorgwi st, will present a special Good
PFriday recital at 4:15 p~.m. today in
1Hill Auditorium.
'-The program will consist entirely
1of mu'sic concerning the day and in-
cludes numbers by such famous com-
posersi as Frescobaldi, Bach, Karg-
rEler. t/, agner, Mling, nossi, and
Du1 pre.
The concert will be open to the
general public with no admission
charge. Guests are requested to re-
f rain from applause and to be seated
on time as the doors will be closed
dutring the numbers.
r ASK EINSTFEIN CITIZENSHIP
ASHNTN ach2-(Presolution to grant American cit-
izenship to Dr. Albert Einstein was
introduced today by Rep. Edward'
A. Kenney, New Jersey Democrat.

PLAY PgfCtat'ICf'O 111 iE5160,O Ui
THE GOiNDOLIERS
'Gilbert and Sullivan's Comic Opera
LYDIA MENDELSSOHNI THEATRE - MARCH 30 & 31
Special Children's Matinee March 31
Box Office Open Daily 10 a,mi to 0 p.m. Phone 6300 for Reservations
Price Scale: Evenings S Oc, 755, $1.00 -- Mat~inee 25c(, .15c, 50c, 75c

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Names Inscribed on Fancy Condy FRE!
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for Easter. We guarantee them to be ABSOLUTELY PURE !
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(Filled wit h VFan ; cy ndy
50t - 75c - $1,50 - $350
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109 SouthMin Strecet

Youug People's Society, Church of
Christ (Disciples) : This Sunday's
meeting will be devoted to a study
of the religions of India. Charles Le-
inert will give a short talk on 'lrah-
manism, Jainish, Buddhist, and 1-un-
duism and will lead an open dis-
cussion on these religions. Tea at
6:00, meetin g at 6:30.

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MAJESTIC Ends Today
CECIL B. DeM ILLE'S
"THIS DAY AND AGE"

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GOOD L)FRIA
THREE-HOUR SERVICE
t221non -- 3: 00 P.M.
will conduct the service
~WHATTH'INGS SHOULD WE STRESS IN
OUR LIVES BECAUSE OF GOOD FRIDAY".

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Charles Bickfoed - - Judith Allen- - Harry Green
1' TrOMORRzOW-_____
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Mutsic b-y St. Andre Iv's MixeI Choir
The public is cordially invited.

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Introducing a new policy of briging
iationally Known Orchestras toy Ann Arbor
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THE, ONE ANI) ONLY
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MICHIGAN

TODAY

They shed civilization as they shed theircdoilies!
Claudette Colbert
-MRRILY YOURS" Herbert Marshall
Co edy Mary Boland
PARAMOUNT NWSW1 iamGargan
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