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,-,irH MI TMA1 DAILY

THURSDAY, OCT.

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Ten seniors and one junior have
been permitted to elect the course in
English honors this semester, Prof.
Warren G. Rice, secretary of the com-
mittee on honors work;in the English
department announced yesterday.
They are: Ralph W. Hurd '37, Phyl-
lis L. Huston '37, Harold Iverson '37,
Jean E. MacGregor 37, Marjorie M.
Mackintosh '37,, betty J. Meyer Lit.,
Leon Ovsiew '37, Herbert L. Seegal
'37, Orton Stewart '37, Robert S.
, Warshaw '37, Mildred Weinstein '38.
The course, carrying five hours
credit for two semesters, is open to
seniors who have maintained high
grades in English and have met with
the approval of the committee.
"In the honors course, seniors are
trained in ability to handle English
literature from the Renaissance to
the present with a view to passing a
comprehensive examination at the
end of the year," Professor Rice ex-
plained.

Carillon To Chime
Christmas Carols;
All Bells In Place
The last of the 53 bells have been
hoisted to the top of the Burton
Memorial Tower, and three weeks of
tedious work has been completed with
no mishaps.
Frank Godfrey, English engineer .
here to install the bells and the me-
chanism for playing them, announced
yesterday that the clavier through
which the bells will be controlled is in
completion, and all is in readiness
for the first recital, which will not
be given until the tower's limestone
covering is in place.
How long it will take to complete
the slow work of laying the stone
blocks to the top, of the tower is con-
jectural, Mr. Godfrey said. Music
school officials believe they will be
able to play the Christmas Carol on
the bells.
Mr. Godfrey will not leave the scene
until the first recital is over, he said.
Then it's back to England for him,
leaving behind the third largest caril-
lon in the world that will attract vis-
itors from the country round and
which will become with the years an
important part in the building of a
greater Michigan tradition.
Foreign Relations
GroupWill Meetl
The Michigan Chapter of the Car-
negie-endowed International Rela-
tions Club will hold the second meet-
ing of the semester at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in Room 2037, Angell Hall, Prof.
Howard B. Calderwood announced
yesterday.
Members of the Peace Council and
students interested in a non-partisan
discussion of current topics are in-
vited to attend.
Last year the International Rela-
tions Clubs of the State of Michigan
sent delegates to a model League of
Nations Assembly.

Classified Diretory

ployment. A-1 city references. Call
2-1865. 104
ROOMS FOR RENT
DESIRABLE 3 or 4 room furnished
apartment. Upstairs. Reasonable
Call evenings. 928 Oakland. Phone
5740. 107

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Washington.

three. Shower bath,
Phone 8544. 422 E.
106

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LAUNDRY
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THE DAILY SLIPPED
Not wishing to belittle the reputa-
tion of so distinguished a scholar as
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski, we would
like to point out that he was not
wrong in stating that the rates of
the TVA are one sixth those of the
'Detroit Edison Company. We failed
to mention the fact that the TVA
charges only .4 cents for the 1,000
kilowatt hours after the first 400.

TYPEWRITERS

Typewriters
Rentals, Sales and Service
Special Rates to Students
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406 Wolverine Bldg.
Ann Arbor Phone

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FOR RENT: Pleasant single room in
new house for man student. Call
5888 5159. 111
87x__

PRACTICAL nurse wishes ward em-IFOR RENT: Front double room with

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struction in all types
of dancing. Teacher
course. Open daily "10
A.M. to 10 P.M.
Phone 9695
Terrace Garden Studia
wierth Theatre Bldg.
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NOTICES
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
OLD and new suits, overcoats at $3
and $25. TYPEWRITERS, OLD
GOLD, and musical instruments.
Phone for appointment, 6304.
78x
CONSIDER YOUR
TREES
Call Mr. Rees at 2-3121, Postal
Telegraph office for free inspection i
and estimate. Silva-Pfiefer Co.,
Tree Surgeons-Foresters., 109
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ladies Benrus wrist watch
near Angell Hall. Finder please re-,
turn to Marguerite Ganzhorn.
Phone 5201. Reward. 110
LOST: Woman's wrist watch. Fri-
day night at Beta formal. Vicinity
of Union. Phone 5938. Phyllis
Ludtke. 112
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
PRACTICAL NURSE wishes employ-
ment. Will consider going out of
town. A-1 city references. Call
2-1865. 102
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Charles A. Kapp, 73 years old,
Spanish American war veteran and
retired Ann Arbor policeman, died
yesterday morning in, St. Joseph's
hospital after a short illness.
Kapp, who was retired from the
police department year ago after
15 years service, was born April 17,
1873 in Ann Arbor. He has lived
here all his life.
Surviving him are his widow, one
daugher, three sisters, two brothers
and several nieces and nephews. Fu-
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tomorrow at the Trinity Lutheran
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FRIDAY
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OF 1937"

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Oratorical Association
Lecture Course
OPENING NUM!tR
CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
presenting
MODERN MONOLOGUES
including: "A Lady Explorer," "Lynch Party," "Night Club," "In a Gondola," "Motoring
in the 90's," "In a Telephone Booth," "After the Armistice," "Snowbound ii Iowa,"
"Hotel Porch," "Nurse's Day Out," "Being Presented."
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