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October 17, 1935 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THU'RSDAY, OCTOBER 179 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1935

Merlino -Given Navy's New Chief Remer Addresses j
Luncheon Meeting
International
Speaking on the general economic
Research Post conditions in the Orient, Prof.
Research Pos-' Charles F. Remer addressed a group
Appointed As Consulting of graduate students at a luncheon
meeting in the Russian Tea Room
Editor In Florentine of the League yesterday.
Source Collections Professor Remer, who from 1919 to
1922 was on the faculty of St. John's
Prof. Camillo P. Merlino, director University in Shanghai, last spring
of Italian studies in the University accompanied the American Economic
has been appointed to the post of Mission to the Far East as economic
consulting editor in the International adviser.
Council of the New Florentine Collec- According to Professor Remer, the
tion of Sources for Humanities and Japanese argue that the tremendous
Eistory, according to an announce- increase in their exports within the
ment received here recently. last few years has been offset by the
The American division of the com- increase in their imports.

j Forestry Graduate
Gets U. S. Position
Robert Fraunberger, F. & C. '35,
who has been employed on a wood-
using industry survey of Michigan
under the direction of Professor W. F.
Ramsdell, has received an appoint-
ment in the United States Forest
Service with headquarters at Mus-
kegon, Mich.
Fraunberger will continue working
on the survey until its completion
under cooperative arrangement with
the University. C. H. Gordon Dixon,
F. & C. '35, an employee of the Mich-
igan Conservation Work division, has
been assigned to work for Prof.
Ramsdell on the survey also under
similar cooperative plans.

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203 East Liberty Phone 6011
WE CARRY A COMPLETE SCHIRMER LIBRARY
See us about rental pianos. All Musical Instruments repaired.

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W HY PAY for delivery charges alone to express
your laundry home when it only costs a few
cents more on our NEW ROUGH DRY Students'
Bundle, called for and delivered free in Ann Arbor.
Someone in your family is paying 76c (minimum
charge for five pounds via Express) for the shipping
of your laundry to and from Ann Arbor and then
goes through the trouble of sending it to a laundry at
home or has that extra amount to wash themselves.
Why not spare yourself this added trouble and
expense by making arrangements with one of the
four laundries listed below.

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B U N D L E
3 Shirts
2 Suits of Underwear
6 Handkerchiefs
3 Pairs of Socks
2 Bath Towels
COST 92c

Sox Extra, per pair
Handkrechiefs, Extra

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Our Rough Dry (semi-finish) Bundle Service for
students is economically priced. This service gives
you finished laundry on shirts, handkerchiefs and
socks. Underwear and pajamas are folded ready to
wear. You cannot afford to send your laundry out
of the city at these low rates.

VARSITY LAUNDRY
Phone 2-3123

KYER LAUNDRY
Phone 4185

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