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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Three-SIWoryfiuiidirqg Partly Demolished By Train Crash

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Plioiit,124. lace oadv'erisement.s wIih
Ulai fied Ad1verthklng Department]'i..
''fiw qdL:sliifi'I ,IIlmns close a .t fve
oco pre(I4uls to ( ,dti of Insertions.
P.ox d1Ndmbrs may 1w securtd ial, Ito
('.1_x11 n Advancelie 11cper 1rP I~ing h1Im
line) 14f1or one)or two insertions .
Ii;ster Otion,
Itiln'ntnithr e linI :es pernsertilon.
T(le'pI1oneP Rate - VPWper reazding lin-e for
c7r' or two )1insertOions.
74c fper reaidllingsine :Wor tree or moreI
JO~,., discunt If paid within ten ~iClays
[ omm ite da te 01 l ast. iii; eriion,
M 1li<<n:1)LIni threeli-eI per ' insertIon.
;. [ vitratl., per Iinks..- lines :daily, one'
:]onth..................3c
"iI 1lin 1iP, L.O.li . 2 mot I . . . .S' I IP (i ly to l>; V i, ......'
? lin]esV, . ) , Icollege ea <r ...,7e
I 10Ines used:f !as deslir,-(l......9,
:!t] li ,e C ls 41 as deireld .........3(,
1,0600lines lured nas des.ired . 'Ic
2,01 lnes us:ed a:; de~ired...1 ...e
I'he abJ)ove rates are pe'r reading l11ne,
based ton eight re;, ding lines pewr Inlch of
7 _.int Ion0ilc type, lupper anld lower
cae. Add (cperline Ito shove ~urats or
t ;s . Add 11) per line to fth.ove r te:; r
IIsild faccaph}it. I leiters.
TAXICAB'S
TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. 1x
ARCADE CAB. Dial ,6116. Large com-
fortable cabs. Standard rates. 2x

LAUNDRY
WEi F)C) yo ir ldry work for ont -
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Car-eful work ,tI low Price.
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BWY NEW AND t 1;3ED CARS FRZOMI
FINANCE COl. 311 W. Euron 22001
1933, 1932, 193], 1930 model:;. 12x
WANTED
WANTED1' : MEN' S OLD AND-- NEW
sutWill Pay 3, =4, 5, C and V'1 dol-
Jars. Phione Arm Arbor 4306,. Chi-
cago Buyers'a.1Temporary office, 200
NoIr;rt hPM1a inr. 5 x
.r LOST AND)FOUND
~O~': 1\ ans whte old Ellin wri.,;
watich with, m)etal ban'd, in was~h
roomiof I -ciall Un1ion.Reward.
Phonec Ba.rett 4205. 361
LOST: Elgin wrist wa tch with light
yellow Strap. Either i1 Intramural
or taxi Tuesday night. f hone 4565.
Reward. :36:3

-Associated Press Photo
At Icast nine were killed an~d more than 25 inju red when an Akron-to-New York train jumped the
tracks at Pittsburgh. The engine an~d tender ploughedl down a 20-ftoot embankment and five steel cars piled
uja ait the bottwm. This picture sh~ows jwo of the overired ears -with wreckag-e in the background of a
three -.story buailding which was partly, knocked d1own in the accident.

EXCELLENT single room'Y
southern eXpos>ure, $2.00,
Brookwood, Phone 5927.

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Union Opre~a

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IUgly Duckling"'I Children), Granville
English.
Season tickets may be ordered by
mail by addressing Charles A. Sink,
President, School of Music, Maynard
Street. If Festival coupon is returned,
prices are $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. For
those not returning Festival coupon,
prices are $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00.
Orders are filed in sequence and filled
in the same order.
Choral Union(;: Concert: Gregor
Piatigorsky, violoncellist, assisted by
Leon iSenditzky, pianist, will give the
following program in the Tenth
Choral 'Union Concert, -Tuesday,
March 6, at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Audi-
torium:
Sonata in D minor . Andrea Caporale
Largo - Allegro -- Adagio
Allegro deciso
Suite in D major ............ Bach
( for 'cello ,alonle)
Pracludil ir
A liem n de
avteI--Gavotte II
Sonatine ...................Weber
Sicilgrla....arr. by Piatigorsky)
Tema con variazioni
Conc erto in A minor ..Saint-Saens
(In one, movement)
SNocturne ..................Chopin
Hup'tk ............ Moussorgsk~y
Inri(iz()(fron", "Goyescas '' ..
. }t.V. .Granaydos
Z,)Itn (-('<1.d . .. .. . . .Sarasate

signment of new music. Turn in all
music used to date.,
Varsity G1,ee Club Tryouts: For{
freshmen and upperclassmen. Mich-I
jigan union, third floor. 7:30 p. m.
Mimes. meeting in room 302 in the
Union at 5:15. All members are re-
quested to attend.
Slide Rule Dance Committee:
Meeting in Room 214, West Engineer-
ing Building, 7:30 p. m.I
Intermediate Class in Social Danec-
,ing meets at 7:30 p. in., Michigan
League Ballroom. Tango and Ad-
vanced steps will be taught. All in-
vited.
TIleI Foundation: The regular tea
will be held at tlhe Foundation from
3 :30 to 6, sponsored by Tau Delta
Phi Fraternity.
lIillel Players Tryouts: All people
interested in trying out for Hillel
Players report at Hillel Foundation
from 4 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. to read
pai t5.
Saint Andcrew's Episcopal Church:
Service of meditation at 4:15. "A New
Outlook with a New Bible" leader, the
Rev. Edward M. Duff.
TYr-, ots for French Play will be
held Thursday, March 1, from 2:00
to 4:00, and Friday, March 2, from
4:00 to 6:00, in room 408, Romance
Language Building. Open to all stu-
di,!ts interested.
Cining Events
Russian Student Club invites all its
members to attend the business meet-
ing on Friday, March 2, at 8,0)p. in.,
Room 302 Union.
Theosopliy: The Ann Arbor Theo-
sophical Society will d i s c u s s
"'Thought Power and Its Use," by
Annie Besant, Friday at 8:00 p. in.,
Michigan League. All those interested
are welcome.
Outing for Graduate Students:
T here will be another dinner at the
Washington scout cabin Sunday, with
the group leaving Angel Hall at
12:15. If the weather is suitable, bring
either skates or skis; there will also

'Chi liNRA
jWill Prevent
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Fascism Here
(By Intercollegiate Press)
SCLEVELAND, Feb. 28 - Those who
assert that the recovery program of
the Roosevelt administration is head-
ing this country toward Fascism are.
ignorant of the conditions that lead
to Fascism and do not realize that
the Roosevelt program is rapidly
eliminating the ve ry c o n d i t i o n s
wh .ich have led to Fascism in other
n.t ions.
This is the opinion of Dr. Henry
N. Busch of Cleveland College.
"When we know full well thatt
gs owing dictatorship is a challenge
to democracy," he said, "it behooves
us to ascertain if there are parallel
conditions in the United States to
those which caused the trouble else-
wvhere.
"We may well loop into such things
as special privileges, special tariffs,
and other favors granted to interests,
which at the same time government
officials hypocritically assert 'keep
the government out of business.' So
lone; as we maintain democracy, we
common citizens can mnake ourselves
felt as we could not under a govern-
ment set up by the bullet and castor
oil.
bea group hiking. For' reservations
('all Mrs. Whitaker between 1:00 and
5:00 or, from 7:00 p. in. on,,at 5745.
lDance for Grad ,ate Students on
Saturday, Marcli 3, at the Women's
Athletic Building from nuine until
12 p. in. Admission 35c.
night, following the Spring Parley, a
party will be givens for Presbyterians
and their guests at the Church House
at 1432 Washtenaw. No admission will
be charged. Everybody welcome.
Awerican Association of University
Women: Saturday, March 3, Grand
Rapids Roomn, Michigan League, 3:00
p. in., Professor John G. Winter will
give an illustrated lecture on, "The
Excavation of Karanis and Its Con-
ribution to Knowledge."

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Groups taking part in the Union
Opera will report at the following
hours today:
Groups 1, II, III . 4:00 p. in.
Group IV, cast ......7:1.5 p. m.
All men interested in stage craft
and scenery wcrk are asked to reg-
ister from 3 to 5 p. m. daily in the
student office of the Union.
tHousi ,.!Proj*eet is
PlIanned By Detroit
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people. The rooms would rent for <ap-"
proximately $6.28 apiece, but rooms
will not be let separately. Seven hun-
dred ninety families can be accommo-
dated u~nder the present plans.
At this price a higher type of Negro
is expected to occupy the houses than
nowv lives in the district. The problemn
of findingroom for the present in-
habitants of the area is of primce im-
portance at this time, according to
Professor Bennett. It is proposed to
kiuy other .property in the vicinity and
remodel and clean it up to provide
homes fpr the people who will be.
evicted from the housing project dis-
triet.
The houses will be brick finished
outside, but there will be no central
heating system. They will face in to-
wards courts which separate the rows
of houses and which will be fixed as
a playground for children to keep
them off the street~s.
Walter H. Blucher, secr'etary of the
Detroit City Planning Cormmssion,
and Frank, Cordner, architect for the
commission, have done notable work
ini connection with the project, Pro-
fess1r ennett said.
Daily Matines. 15c
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ED WNI\
"THE CIEF"1
""EAST O 5TH AYVE"
Wallace Ford

On Prob~lemls
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gan law. "This work ties into the
very important problems in the ad-
ministration of criminal jusftice,"
Dean Bates says.
Prof. Paul A. Leidy has been en-
Igag>ed for over a year in the prep ara-
tion of a case gook in Tforts, and has
already published a portion of the
forthcoming book, in mimeographed
form.
Other legal problems under study
with the idea of bringing them up
to date or making them available to
the legal profession include a case
book on creditor's rights, the Ameni-
ca~n Law 1mnstitut''s re-statement of
the law of contracts, certain phases
of corporation law, an examina-
tion of the law of future interests in
property, anid the editing of Aineri-
can cases in international law, or
digest now being prepared t t he Un-
iversity of London.
(Byv1n tercelihegiate Press )
COT1LEOE PAR~K, Md., Feb. 27. --
T h e Diamondback:, undergraduate
newspaper at the University of Mary-
land, and the Catapult, publi shed by
the crew of the United States Battle-
ship Maryland, have wor'ked oiit an
arrangement whereby they will ex-
change news regularly.
The University and the battleship
are on an average 3,000 miles apart.
MIGA
Invisible 1)ut1real
was the hbarri er
letween them.
As thoutgh th'ey hod
been separated by
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_ 4ia irs ieClb et rt Cinema League
rng at 7:15 at t he League. All meme- "P0I0 DE CAROTTE"1
Varsity GCrE- Important re- Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre 0
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