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, SEPTEMBER 18, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADVERTISING

LARGE well-furnished single rooms
at reasonable rates. Call at 1232
Prospect. Call after one.
LARGE two-room suite for two men.
Well-heated. 1008 Michigan Ave-
nue.
APPROVED ROOMS: Two comfort-
able, attractively furnished single
rooms for boys. Near campus. Di-
rectly across street from Intramural
Building. 509 E. Hoover.
THREE double rooms for boys at $2
per occupant. $3 each if rented
as single rooms. Approved house.
921 S. State.
DOUBLE or single rooms in pleasant
location. Close to Intramural build-
ing. 934 Greenwood Avenue.
SUITE, single and double rooms, well-
heated and comfortable. Three
blocks from campus. 716 Arbor
street.
TWO LARGE comfortable, double
rooms one block from campus. $2.00
per person. 3330 daytimes, or call
after 5 p.m. 319 Thompson.
TWO LARGE bright double rooms for
men at 909 East University Street.
Well heated.

APARTMENTS for couples for light
housekeeping. Single and double
rooms for boys. Low rates. 923 S.
State. Phone 5442.
SUITE of well-furnished rooms for
two men students. Moderate rates.
Near campus. 717 Arbor.
COMFORTABLE downstairs suite.
Cooking privileges. Large living
room, combination dining and.bed-
room. Kitchenette and bath. 3-4
boys. 917 E. Huron St. 2-3519.
THIRD FLOOR furnished apartment,
three rooms with bath and second
floor two-room apartment. 1207
Prospect Street.
APT TO RENT
1016 Church. Two rooms, kitchen,
closet. Furnished. Electric refrig-
erator. Hot, soft water, $28. Phone
6668.
ROOMS AND BOARD
THREE ATTRACTIVE rooms well-
furnished. Board if desired. 1111
Michigan Avenue. Phone 5406.
ONE ROOM to rent, preferably to
faculty member or graduate stu-
dent. Complete home privileges.
Meals if desired. 1025. Spring St.
Phone 5625.
SINGLES AND SUITES. Board if de-
sired. Special price to groups of six
or more students. 311 Thompson.
Phone 6706.
LAUNDRY
TO YOU, the incoming freshmen as
well as the upper classmen the Ace
Hand Laundry, 1212 South Univer-
sity Avenue, has for the past seven
years served the discriminating
well-dressed students in the frater-
nal sections of the campus. Again
we offer that personal service for
which we have won the regards of
our customers. Phone 4303.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328.
VOICE CULTURE AND PIANO -
Private lessons by experienced
teacher; graduate, School of Music.
Special low rates for beginners.
Phone 4685.
WANTED: Students to tutor and
translate for in French and Ger-
man by experienced teacher. Call
2-2277, 7 to 9:30 p.m. or 7 to 7:30
a.m.

HELP WANTED -MALE
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.
HELP WANTED -FEMALE
WANTED WOMAN to care for six
year old child in return for room.
9775.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
SENIOR STUDENT wants part-time
work for room or board. 2-3872.
NOTICE
NASH GOLDEN RULE custom tai-
lored clothes. Suits or topcoats to
order - $23.50 to $27.50. "Chick"
Krug, Service Shop, 214 East Wash-
ington St., second floor. Phone
2-1910 for appointment. Anytime,
anywhere.,
Co-Operative Will

Opens New Course

PROF. WALDO ABBOTT

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The Co-operative boarding house,
run in connection with the Student
Christian Association in Lane Hall, is
ready again this year to provide meals
for $3.50 per week for its members,
Ralph Neafus, '36F, in charge an-
nounced this week.
Theco-operative plan will be on
the same basis as last year, it is
expected, although the board will not
meet until sometime during the week.
Members are asked to make a $5 de-
posit, and get the privilege of buying
the $3.50 meal tickets. Second help-
ings are allowed to all members.
Non-members also may eat at the
boarding house, paying for individual
meals.I
The co-operative dining room will
be run on cafeteria style this year,
Neafus stated. It has been completely
re-decorated, a place for students to
visit after meals having been pro-
vided.
Jewish Activities Open
With Services Tonight
The Hillel Foundation at the cor-
ner of Oakland and East University
Avenues will be open to all new stu-
dents during Orientation Week. Irv-
ing Levitt, student director, will be in
his office ready to answer all questions
concerning Jewish services and activ-
ities on -campus, it was announced.
Day of Atonement-Yom Kipper
services will be held at Beth-Israel
Synagogue, 538 N. Division St. Atone-
ment Evening-Kol Nidre Service will
be held at 6 p.m. today,

Technique Of
Broadcasting
Detroit Radio Offcials To
Meet Students Each
Week; Abbot In Charge
A change from the regular schedule
of courses offered by the speech de-
partment has been made this year
with the creation of a class in broad-
casting technique, which has been
arranged by Prof. Waldo Abbot, Di-
rector of Broadcasting at the Uni-
versity, with the co-operation of
officials of the Detroit stations.
The new course, which has received
much advance comment from metro-
politan newspapers, will contain
about 30 students who will be in-
structed in radio announcing, man-
agement, and writing.
Professor Abbot has completed
plans with broadcasters to meet with
his class each Thursday morning to
be interviewed over station WJR by
students enrolled in the course. The
interviews will last for 15 minutes
and the balance of the hour will be
devoted to classroom discussion.
This new course, said Professor
Abbot, is one of a few of its kind
offered by universities in this country.
It will make an excellent laboratory
for+ prospective announcers, play-
wrights, and station managers.

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