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IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESMAY, SEPTEMBER 18,

Rock .........................69.4.
Austin ........................69.2
Stapleton .....................67.4
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES
MEDICAL

Nu Sigma Nu .................
Alpha Epsilon Iota (sorority) ..
Phi Delta Epsilon ..............
Phi Beta Pi................
Phi Rho Sigma ................
Alpha Kappa Kappa ..........
MEDICAL FRATERNITIES
ALL MEDICAL STUDENTS ... .
Phi Lambda Kappa .........
INDEPENDENT MEDICAL
STUDENTS ................

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thing of a surprise this summer. He
will be replaced by Dr. Charles W.
Brashares of the First Methodist
Church in Dayton, O Dr. Brashares,
a close friend of Dean Edward B.
Kraus of the literary college, will
deliver his first sermon here Sept. 30.
Funds Low; Merchants
Turn Street Sweepers
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif.,
Sept. 17. - (P) -- Accompanied by the
blare of trumpets and the staccato'
beat of snare drums in the high school
boys' band, business men of North'
Hollywood are meeting financial
stringency by sweeping the downtown'
streets. The city and county have no
funds for street sweeping and efforts

Georgia Athlete Slain
By Hitch-Hiking Bandit
CANTON, Ga., Sept. 17.-- (A') -
Virgil Turner, 21, former Canton
High school athlete, was shot anci
I killed near here lasi; night in what
Coroner C. H. Peacock said evidently
was an attempt at robbery by a pas-
senger in Turner's car. Thirty special
deputies and a pack of bloodhounds
took up the search for the slayer, who
was reported to be a resident of At-
lanta.
REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE
All upperclass women, new to the
campus, who wish assistance in reg-
istering, are asked to report to the

Elevator Operator Has operate the city hall elevator, is in
much the same spot as the man who,
Everything But Elevator -i he had some eggs, would have some
OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 17. - (R')'ham and eggs, if he had some ham.
- Carl Klepzig, who has a license to There is no City Hall elevator.

Welcome

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Phi Delta Phi ................76.7
LAW FRATERNITIES .......... 73.4
Phi Alpha Delta ..............72.2
ALL LAW STUDENTS ...........72.1
LAWYERS CLUB..............71.9
INDEPENDENT LAW STU-
DENTS....................71.9
Delta Theta Phi ...............68.6
DENTAL
INDEPENDENT DENTAL
STUDENTS ................80.5
Xi Psi Phi ..................79.0
ALL DENTAL STUDENTS ... . 78.5
DENTAL FRATERNITIES ...... 77.7
Delta Sigma Delta ............77.6
Alpha Omega ................72.8
OTHER PROFESSIONAL
FRATERNITIES
Alpha Chi Sigma ............81.0
Alpha Kappa Psi............76.8
Delta Sigma Pi ................75.8
Alpha Rho Chi ................73.3
Dr. Fisher To Preach
Final Sermon Sunday
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, former
MethodistBishop of India, who has
been ae' the Ann Arbor First Meth-
odist Church for the past few years,
will preach his farewell sermon Sun-
day before taking his new pastorate at
Central Methodist Church, Detroit.
The announcement that Dr. Fisher
would leave Ann Arbor came as some-

Kline's Department Store
extends a Hearty Welcome
to the new Michigan Men.
We invite you to visit our
store and become ac-
qua inted.

to obtain Federal assistance have Undergraduate Office of the Woman's
been unsuccessful. League at 2 p.m. today.
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Here iti S
MONDAY..
You, too, can sing the weekly
song of a dollar saved... may-
be more. How? Send your
laundry home. We'll pick it
up anytime, take it home, and
bring it back on time. If you
are depression-conscious, you
may even send it -"collect".
And if you remind the folks
that Railway Express is, the
way to ship laundry, you
stand achance of having yours

...and 1 sill
'got a
DOLLAR
come back "prepaid." Think
it over.
You can count on the de-
pendability of Railway Ex-
press for shipping anything-
anywhere. We give a receipt
on pick-up and take a receipt
on delivery, double proof of
prompt and careful handling.
Insurance included up to $50.
For service or information
merely call or telephone

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PHONE 4503

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NEW TYPE OF INDIRECT

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The best there is in transportation
SERVING THE NATION FOR 95 YEARS
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NATION-WIDE SERVICE

STUDENT

LAMP --- $5.95 and Up

Shades, Cords & Sockets - All Types.
Daylite Bulb, restful for studying ... 38c

Repair Work a Specialty

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The Club of All Michigan Men
SERVICE RECREATION

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TAP ROOM
Open Daily
7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
SPECIAL LUNCHEONS
25c to 40c
SPECIAL DINNERS 40c to 50c
Popular Prices

BOWLING
Open Daily 3-11 p.m.
15c per line

BILLIARD
ROOM
Open daily 1-11 p.m.
Ping-Pong 30c per hr.
Billiards 40c per hr.

SWIMMING
POOL
Open daily
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
1 Oc per Swim

LIBRARY
Open Daily
11 A.M. to 11 P.M.

BARBER
SHOP
Open Daily
8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
POPULAR PRICES

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