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25, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAI LY
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

FOR RENT - APARTMENTS
APARTMENT, upper floor: Four
rooms, bath, gas stove, electric re-
frigeration. Furnace, garage. 514
Pauline Blvd.
SOUTHEAST LOCATION. Furnished
apartment for two or three men.
First floor of private home. Phone
3768.
LARGE FRONT room and suite. Fine
for upperclassmen or instructor,
802 Oakland, Phone 7686.
FOR RENT - ROOMS
TWO PLEASANT single rooms. Steam
heat. Two adults in family. 1230
Broadway. $2 and $2.50. Phone
2-2849.
TWO SINGLE rooms in private home.
Shower bath. Garage available.
1421 W. Huron.
DESIRABLE and reasonable: Two
room apartment. Inquire E. B.
Brooks, 711 Mary St., near Intra-
mural Bldg. entrance.
SUITE of rooms with private bath or
shower for 3 or 4. Steam heat. Ap-
proved house. Dial 8544.
LARGE corner room for one or two
upperclassmen. Campus district
1102 Prospect.
FOR RENT - Upright piano. Call
7753 after 7 p.m.

ROOM with or without board in mod-
ern home. Shower bath. No children
and no other roomers in house.
Phone 2-3338.
WANTED: Good used typewriter
cheap. Call at 600 E. Kingsley or
apply Box 10B, Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT: Comfortable single room
to girl who does not smoke. 209 N.
Thayer St.
HELP WANTED - MALE u
EXPERIENCED PHOTOGRAPHER
wanted for work on yearbook. Free
to spend time on fall sports as well
as work throughout the year. Splen-
did opportunity as well as a rea-
sonable salary. Apply at the edi-
torial offices of the Michiganensian,
Publications Building, Maynard
Street. Students preferred.
WANTED - SITUATIONS
AMERICAN second cook or baker
wishes work in restaurant or bak-
ery. Box 104, Mich. Daily.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
MISS MAC NAUGHTON has re-
opened her pre-school kindergarten
at 711 Catherine St. Transporta-
tion arranged. Phone 5837.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328.

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exchange for room and part board.
References. Phone 5782.
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suits. Will play 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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ask for whatever decorative plants
may be necessary. Plants which be-
come potbound may be sent at any
time to the Botanical Gardens for
repotting. To insure the return of
the plant to the office from which it
was sent, it is quite necessary to at-
tach to it securely a label giving 'the
name and room number of the sender.
Because of the 3considerable cost
of pots, and the fact that in the past
few years so few of them have been
returned to the Botanical Gardens
when the plants they contained have
died, many flowering plants which
might have been used in campus
buildings have lately been kept in the
greenhouses and their flowers only
used. The return of pots encourages
the sending out of plants.
Requests for the use of plants and
flowers should be made directly to
Frieda C. 'Blanchard,. Assistant Di-
recto, preferably by telephone.
H. H. Bartlett
Paul F. Bagley Scholarship: Those
interested in applying for the Paul
F. Bagley Scholarship in Chemisry
($200) must have their applications
filed in the Chemistry Office (Room
212) not later than Friday afternoon,
September 28. Application blanks
may be obtained from that office.
This scholarship is open only to jun-
iors and seniors specializing in chem-
istry. Preference will be given to
those needing financial assistance.
Reading Examinations in French:
Candidates for the degree of Ph. D.
in the departments listed below who
wish to satisfy the requirement of
a reading knowledge during the cur-
rent academic year, 1934-35, are in-
formed that examinations will be
offered in Room 108, Romance Lan-
guage Building, from 9 to 12, on the
cfilowing Saturday mornings: Oct. 6,
Jan. 19, May 18, and Aug. 10. It will
be necessary, in each case, to register
at the office of the Department of
Romance Languages (112 R. L.) at
least one week in advance.
It is desirable that candidates for
the doctorate prepare to satisfy this
requirement at the earliest possible
date. A brief statement of the nature
of the requirement, which will be
found helpful, may be obtained at the
office of the Department, and further
inquiries may be addressed to Mr.
L. F. Dow (100 R. L., Wednesday at
This announcement applies only to
candidates in the following depart-
ments: Ancient and Modern Lang-
uages a n d Literatures, History,
Economics, Sociology, P o l i t i c a1
S c i e n c e, Philosophy, Education,
Speech.
Aero. 15: All students enrolled in
this course will meet today at 4:00
p. m. in Room B-304 East Engineering
Building to rearrange hours.
English 297: I shall be in Room
3227 A. H. Tuesday and Thursday
from 9 to 12 to meet students who
have elected my section of English
p97. The -first meeting of the class
will be at 7 o'clock, Monday evening,
October 1, in Room 407 Library.
. W. Cowden
English 211E, Pro-Seminar in
Rhetoric and. Criticism will meet in
oom 406 Library, from 2 to 4 Wed-
niesday, Sept. 26.
R. W. Cowden
French 195, Studies in French
iterature. Nineenth & Twentieth

English 183 will meet in 2231 A. H.
on Wednesday.
L. A. Strauss
English 297: Mr. Weaver will meet
students in 2218 A. H. at 11:30, Wed-
nesday; Sept. 26.
English 197 (Honors Course): The
class will meet for the first time at
4 p. m. on Friday, Sept. 28, in 2219
A. H.
W. G. Rice
English 293 (Bibliography) : The
class will meet for the first time at
9 a. m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, in
2225 A. H.
W. G. Rice
Political Science 291, Seminar in
Political Science, International Lawi
and Philosophy of Law: Discussion of
fundamental problems and of current
questions of sociological, juridical and
ethical State Science, of International
Law, and of Philosophy of Law. An
intensive study of selected general
problems in state, law and interna-
tional organization. The intention
is not so much to deal with dogmatic
statements of the law as to develop
in the student the ability to see in
current questions of the state, of the
law and of the International Com-
munity of States the fundamental
problems which are important not
only for one single country but for
the whole of mankind. Thursdays,
3-5, 2037 A. H. Professor Laun. Two
hours credit.
Mathematics 355: Professor Rain-
ich's seminar will meet to arrange
work at 10 o'clock Wednesday morn-
ing in 3001 A. H.
Ma-thematics 301: Seminar in
Analysis. A preliminary meeting for
arrangement of hours will be held
Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 3:30 p.im. in
Room 3001 A. H.
T. H. Hildebrandt
Students wishing to elect Mathe-
matics 253 (Differential Geometry)
meet in Room 315 West Engineering
Building on Tuesday. Sept. 25, at 5
o'clock to arrange hours.
Hygiene 101: Open to Juniors and
Seniors of the Literary College and
others, will be given this semester.
Lectures Wednesday and Friday at
2:00 in Natural Science Auditorium.
Quiz sections to be arranged. Three
hours credit.
Dr. Sundwall
Chemistry 17: Section 1 of this
course, listed in the catalog for MWF
at 8, Room 410, is changed to MWF
at 10, Room 303.
Assignment of Desks in General
Chemistry; Chemistry 3, 5 and 5E:
Each" student' must obtain two $5
Chemical Coupons at the office of
the University Treasurer, and then
report at the first possible laboratory
period assigned to his section after
the opening of the University. No
desk can be given out without the
coupons.
Sociology 165 (American Sociology)
will meet in Room 3209 Angell Hall
instead of in Room 3212.
R. D. McKenzie
Sociology 113 (Human Ecology):
will meet in Room C Haven Hall in-
stead of in Room D.
R. D. McKenzie
Sociology 154 (Social Problems)
will meet in Room D Haven Hall in-
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Preliminary Examinations for the
Ph. D. Degree in Economics will be
offered Oct. 8 to 10, inclusive. Those
wishing to write the examinations at
that time should get in touch with the
Department office at once.
Coming Events
Architectural and Art Exhibition,
College of Architecture: Student work
is being shown in the following fields:
drawing and painting, decorative de-
sign and building construction. Open
daily, 9 to 5, Architectural Building.
Adelphi House of Representatives
will have a closed meeting tonight
at 7:30. Organization, programs and
plans for the Freshman Smoker will
be. discussed. All old members are
urged to attend.
Stump Speakers Society of Sigma
Rho Tau: There will be a meeting
of all officers and prospective leaders
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 25 and
26, in the reference room. Plans to
be discussed.
French 207, Introduction to Old
French (Knudson): Mebers of this
class will meet on Wednesday, Sept.
26, at 1:30 in room 401 R. L. to select
aclass hour.
Michigan Dames: Meeting of Ex-
ecutive Board at the League at 8 .
m.
National Student League meets at
8 p. m. in the Michigan Union. 'Elec-
tion of delegates to the Youth Con-
gress Against War and Fascism in
Chicago will take place, and a pro-
gram for the semester will be dis-
cussed. All interested are invited.
The Michigan League Against War
and Militarism will hold its first
meeting of the semester in Lane H.all
at 8 p. m. All interested are invited
to attend as plans will bemade for
this year's work and a delegate' will
be chosen to attend the national' cdn-
ference in Chicago.
Student Christian Association Cab-
inet meeting this evening at 7:30 in
the Cabinet room of Lane Hall. ' In
addition to the compulsory attend-
ance of those on the cabinet-stu-
dent guild presidents and ministers
are cordially invited to attend.
The first regular meeting of Sphinx
Junior honor society of the literary.
school, will meet at 8 p. m. Wednes-
day, room 304 of the Union."'All
members are urged to attend.
Varsity Glee Club Try-outs: Regu-
lar fall try-outs in the Musical Ac-
tivities room on the third floor' of
the Michigan Union Thursday, "Sept
27, 7:30 p. m. All students except
freshmen are eligible and are urged
to try out.-
Freshmen Glee Club Try-outs: All
freshmen interested are urged to try
out Wednesday, Sept. 26, 5 p. m., in
the Musical Activities room on the
third floor of the Michigan Union.
Lecture Sponsored by A.A.U.W. on
Saturday evening, Sept. 29, at 8
o'clock, in the Michigan League Ball-
room, by Mr. Herbert C. White, "With
the Camera in an Enchanted Empire,
China."
Art Cinema League: We are pre-
senting for 6ur 'first art presentation
of the school year, No Greater Gloy,
an A a in r 0l , . . . A M, lg m

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