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TUESDAY, SEPT 29, 1935

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Five Injured
In Week-End
Auto Wrecks
Accident On 'New Jackson
Highway Saturday Night
Hurts Four Persons

Detroit's Lions
Bury Cardinals;
Score Is 30-0
Both Teams Play Favorite
Styles; Chicago Passes,
Detroit Runs Wild



for bays" 718 Maynard St.
from law quadrangle. 2
rooms. 22

Five persons were injured in week- By CLAYTON HEPLER
end auto accidents in this vicinity, (special to The Daily)
four being taken from wrecked cars DETROIT, Sept. 28.--The Detroit
following a crash on the new Jack- Lions professional football team,
son road Saturday night, scoring almost at will, ran rough
It is believed that two cars, driven shod over the Chicago Cardinals at
by Lei Faber, 48, of Grand Rapids, Dinan Field tonight to win by the
and Fred Splitt, 54, 420 Third St., topheavy score of 39-0.
Ann Arbor, sideswiped as one was Harry Ebding, who claims St.1
passing the other. Both cars were Mary's College as his alma maser, led
headed east. the touchdown parade of the Lions,
Faber suffered a head injury who scored in every quarter but the
thought to be a concussion and last, by blocking Phil Sarboe's punt
Splitt escaped without serious injury, in the early minutes of the game and
Splitt's wife, however, was treated falling on the ball after he had
at St. Joseph's hospital for slight knocked it over the goal line. Bill
scratches about the face. The other Shepard converted to end the scor-
persons injured in the accident were ing for the first period.
Mrs. Lulu Foltz, 48, of Chelsea, who "Dutch" Clark, Bill Shepard and
suffered an eye injury which may Johnny Schnellar took turns in run-
involve the loss of the eye and Mrs. ning over counters in the second pe-
L. V. Hause, 51, of Springfield, who riod as the refreshed Lions team,
received bruises about the face and which sent in a complete new lineup
a lacerated thumb. in the last part of the first quarter.
N. E. Thall, Detroit, ran into a cow showed its tremendous power over
on North Territorial road Sunday, the Cardinals. Glenn Presnell, out-
breaking the animal's leg. The cow running the entire Cardinal team,
had to be shot. and Ken Petersen, a new recruit,
Miss Iola B. Holden, 21, of 513 Sec- scored touchdowns in the third pe-
ond St., was reported to have been riod to end the home team's scoring.
slighlty injured when the car in The entire 60 minutes was a duel
which she was riding, driven by between the Lions' clearly superior
Mancle Aldridge, 29, 200 E. Huron power and the Cardinals' plucky
St., Ann Arbor, turned over on Whit- fighting and limited reserve strength.
more Lake road about three miles Coach "Potsy" Clark was able to send
from here. into the game reserves who rated as
_______________highly as the regulars, and their
freshness plus better ability were all
Room Shortage written in the final score.
Ts 1Ie1.gae Fighting desperately for the Car-
Scare Is l Miigat dinals were "Pug" Vaughn and Phil
Sarboe whose superhuman passes
(Continued from Page 1) drove the Detroit team down the field
before them in the second and again
double rooms and suites were avail- in the last period. But the strong
able for men students. The average line of the Lions held when the Car-
prices for single rooms were said to dinals gained the four yard line and
be around $4 and $4.50 and for they gained the ball on downs at the
double rooms and suits around $3.50. time of Chicago's only scoring threat.
President Alexander G. Ruthven Wide open football, perfect block-
said last night that the problem had ing and broken field running that
been solved for the time being, but was never seen before were all put
added, "I feel that it would be highly tatois ho winesse the15,000 spec-
desirable that we have dormitory fa- both teams played their favorite
cilities to accommodate at least part styles. The wide open formations
of the students on the campus. of the Cardinals which ended in 40
Although there are now a large to 60 yard passes and the off-tackle
number of double rooms for men, slants, which resulted in the running
there has been, and still is a paucity gains of the Lions.
3f single rooms, especially of the less
expensive ones.1)i * 7 1Td-iT 7 b "


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capital letters.

ROTC uniform. Call 3319.

LARGE, white cat. Pointed face. An-
swers to whistle. Strayed from 2002
Scottwood. Call 4991. Reward. 26



LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price.


EXPERIENCED white cook wants po-
sition in fraternity or sorority. Miss
Christene Schmelzer. 601 W. Mad-
ison. 8
COUPLE desires job in fraternity or
sorority. Man will take job as por-
ter. Phone 8873. 34
EXPERT porter service wanted! Fra-
ternity house. Permanently or tem-
porarily. Call Willis Harris. Phone
6152. 16
WANTED: Waitress. Full and part-
time. Apply Allenel Hotel. 126 E.,
Huron. 4
WANTED: Girl to assist with house-
work in private home in exchange
for board and room. Phone 1654.1
WALLET, containing valuable cre-
dentials. Lost near Gerster's Tav-
ern. Thursday night. Liberal re-
ward. 1502 Hill. Phone 2-2513.
BROWN LEATHER wallet. Identifi-
cation card reading Kenneth A.
Mantete, 141 S. Berkeley St. Kala-
mazoo, Mich. Reward. Call 5075.

EXPERIENCED laundress. d o i n g-
student laundry. Call for and de-
liver. Phone 4863. 12
Co-ed. Silks, wools our specialty.
All bundles done separately. No
markings. Personal satisfaction
guaranteed. Call for and deliver.
Phone 5594 anytime until 7:00. Sil-
ver Laundry, 607 E. Hoover. 14x
FROM Michigan's leading amuse-
ment centers, any size orchestra.
Ballrooms, clubs, parties. E. R.
Clemons. Phone 4873. 23
HOME-cooked meals for girls. Board
by week or dinners only. Mrs. Mor-
ris, 433 Maynard, 2-2175. 13
MOTHS, bedbugs, fleas, roaches and
other household insects positively
destroyed by hydrocynic-gas fumi-
gation. Endorsed by U. S. govern-
ment and health authorities as the
surest, quickest, safest and most
economical method. We are pro-
fessionals in our line, handle each
problem personally, and give a
written guarantee on all work. Let
us handle your problem. Dial 3113,
Kurtis Exterminator Co. 308 May-
nard. liX
ATTRACTIVE and well-lighted single
or double room adjacent to campus.
1206 Washtenaw. Phone 5116. 15
SINGLE rooms for students. $2 and
up.Mrs. Walker. Jennings House,
1142 E. Catherine. 3
ATTRACTIVE studio front room.
Also suite of rooms. Two blocks
from campus. 537 S. Division. Ap-
proved house for girls. 9
THREE room furnished flat. Private
bath and entrance. Electric refrig-
erator and stove. Garage. Clean
and very desirable. 2105 Jackson
Ave. 10

TWO comfortable rooms. Reason-
able rates. Quiet, small family.
Fine residential section. Graduate
or faculty men. 2-2889.
FOR RENT-Nice warm, double
room. 1208 S. University.' Also,
room-mate wanted. 21
SINGLE rooms and two-room suites
with use of lobby $2 to $5 per week.
Formerly the Jennings House. 1142
Catherine Street. 2
ROOM and study for rent. Private
family. Hot and cold water in bed-
room. Garage. 208 Doty Ave. 5895.
SINGLE or double room-clean, well
furnished. Steam heat. Upperclass-
men or graduates. 314 E. Liberty.
NICE single room. Oil heat, lavatory,
hot water. Students can earn all or
part of rent. 928 Church. 35
VERY nice suite and single rooms.
Reasonable prices. 715 E. Huron.
Phone 8528. Mrs. George Kirtland.
25 }
STUDENT rooms, suite or single.
Running hot or cold water in every
room. Mrs. Dom, 616 Church.
Phone 6738. 27
CONSERVATIVE tenant wanted for
attractive first floor room with
fireplace. Kitchen privilege if de-
sired. 928 Oakland. 28
SUITE: Bedroom and study, choice
location. Two boys, $8.00. Call
after 4 p.m. Phone 2-1249 or 605
Oswego. 30
COMFORTABLE study room with
sleeping porch. Suitable for one
or two students. Call 3909. 33
FOR RENT: Apartment, 5 rooms and
bath. 510 Lawrence St. Apt. 2. Very
desirable for upper classmen or in-
3-Room furnished apartment for
girls or married couple. Private
bath. Electric refrigerator. Util-
ities furnished. 1224 Washtenaw.

FIRST floor three-room apartment.
Private bath and electric refriger-
ation. For adults only. Call in per-
son, 813 E. Ann St.
Cass & individual -
I-struction in all types
of dancing. Teachers
course. Open daily 10
A.M. to 10 'P.M.
Phone 9695
Terrace Darden Studko
wuerth Theatre Bldg.
A Notice
For Sororities
Rushing Dinner decorations
call for a cfreful selection of
color combinations. Let us plan
your decorations. Our reason-
able prices will fit well within
your Rushing budget
South Main Street Dial 2-1615
Have You.Read the
Latest Publicatlins?
Gone with the Wind--Mitchell
Eyeless In Gaza - Huxley
Big Money -- Des Passos
White Banners - Douglas
Far Forest -
Frances Brett Young
Drums Along Mowhawk -
Fair Company -- Leslie
Rich Land, Poor Land - Chase
Was College Worth While -
Blue Bird
Rental Library, Nickels Arcade



All men were expected to be
tled by today. Yesterday between
and 20 men applied at the room
bureau located in the Union;
rooms had already been found
the afternoon to suit the demand
most of the applicants.

1 15



We'have most everything imagi- If We either have it, can get it fo
nable .for Fraternity and Soror- you, or can advise where yot
ity needs! can get same.
213-215 West Liberty Street Phone 8571

. . . .. .

For All Types of Softeners

'S of 6:00--.WJR Stevenson News.
WWJ Ty Tyson; Dinner Hour (6:10).
WXYZ March of Melody.
-- CKLW Dinner Music.
- 6:15-WJR Hot Dates in Music.
WXYZ Fact Finder.
CKLW News and Sports.
6:30-WJR Jimmy Allen.
WWJ Bulletins: Odd Facts.
WXYZ Day in Review.
CKLW Vincent York's Music.
r 6:45-WJR Renfrew of the Mounted.
U WWJ Soloist.
WXYZ Lowell Thomas.
CKLW Rhythm Orchestra.
7:00-WJR William Hard.
WWJ Amos and Andy.
WXYZ Easy Aces.
5 CKLW Hawaiian Echoes.
7:15--WJR Diamond City News.
WWJ Drama; Evening Melodies.
WXYZ Musicapers.
CKLW Sam Taylors Movie Chat.
7:30-WJR Jack Randolph.
WWJ Soloist.
WXYZ Mad Hatters.
CKLW Variety Revue.
7:45--WJR Boake Carter.
WXYZ Rubinoff-Rea.
8:00--WJR Hamerstein's Music Hall.
WWJ Leo Reisman's Music.
WXYZ Dude Ranch.
CKLW Gems of Melody.
8:30-WJR Laugh with Ken Murray.
WWJ Wayne King's Music.
WXYZ Edgar Guest in Welcome Valley.
CKLW Music for Today.
9:45-CKLW Gabriel Heatter.
9:00--WJR Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians.
WWJ President Roosevelt..
WXYZ Ben Bernie and All the Lads.
CKLW President Roosevelt.
9 :15-CKLW Imperial Singers.
9:30-WJR Caravan.
WWJ Fred Astaire: Johnny Green's
WXYZ Bandmaster Review.
CKLW Larry Bradford's Music.
9:45--WXYZ Jubilee Singers.
10:00-WYYX Hildegarde.
CKLW Bernarr McFadden.
10:15-CKLW Kay Kyser's Music.
10:30-WJR Democratic National Commit-
WWJ Soloist.
WXYZ Portraits of Harmony,
- CKLW Freddie Martin's Music.
10:45-WJR News.
WWJ Royalists.
11:00-WJR Rhythm.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Paul Martel's Music.
CKLW Melody Interlude.
11:15-WJB Mummers.
CKLW Mystery Lady.
11:30-WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Riley and Farley Music.
CKLW Ted Fio-Rito's Music.
11:45-WJR Herbie Kay's Music.
12:00-WJR Tommy Dorsey's Music.
WW.J Dance Music.
WXYZ Shandor: Jack Douglas' Music.
CKLW Shep Fields' Music.
12:30-WJR Maurice Spitalny's Music.
WXYZ Jimmy Dorsey's Music.
CKLW"Horace Heidts Music.
1:00-WJR Meditation.
CKLW Ted Fio-Rito's Music.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1936
To Users of the Daily Official Bul-
letin: The attention of users of The
Daily Official Bulletin is respectfully
called to the following:
(1) Notice submitted for publica-
tion must be Typewritten and must
be signed.
(2) Ordinarily notices are pub-
lished but once. Repetitionaisat the
Editor's discretion.
(3) Notices must be handed to
the Assistant to the President, as
Editor of the Daily Official Bulletin,
Room 1021 A.H., before 3:30 p.m.
(11 Saturdays).
The Automobile Regulaiton be-
came effective at 8 a.m. on Monday
morning, Sept. 28. All students who
anticipate the need of driving priv-
ileges are urged to file applications
without delay at the Dean of Stu-
dents Office, Room 2, University
Hall. Those students entitled to ex-
emption from the ruling are likewise
requested to register their cars and
secure exemption permits at their
earliest convenience.
La Verne Noyes Scholarships: All
students who intend to apply for La-
Verne Noyes Scholarships are urged
to present their applications at once.
Application forms may be obtained
from the undersigned at 1021 Angell
Hall. Only veterans of the World
War and their blood descendants are
Frank E. Robbins.
(Continued on Page 4)
With the predominance of suits in
one's fall wardrobe, handkerchiefs
become more and more prominent.
Especially popular are the large size
solid color and printed hankerchiefs
which serve a double purpose as they
may be worn neckerchief fashion
atop sweaters.

Dr. Winter Lands
Peterson's Work
(Continued from Page 1)
"with outstanding success and dis-
tinction, the practice of medicine
with eminence in scientific research."
He described Dr. Rowland's study of
the disturbances of lipoid metabolism
as having contributed to the advance-
ment of knowledge and establishing
his reputation as an authority in his
chosen field.
Of Dr. Peterson, Dr. Winter said
that "among the founders and build-
ers ofpthe medical school, his name
and place will long endure."
The award made to Howes was giv-
en on the basis of a high standard of
scholarship throughout his medical
cours and for his work as research
assistant in the drug addiction unit
of the pharmacology division, where
he was chiefly engaged with the
opium and opium-derivative prob-
lem. He is the author of several pa-
pers on the subject including one
treatise published by the United
States Public Health Service.
A portrait of Dr. Albert Moore
Barrett, for 30 years director of the
State Psychopathic Hospital until his
death recently, was presented to the
University by Robert Henry Has-
kell, head of the Wayne County
Home and Training School at North-
ville, painted by John Koch of Ann
Following President Ruthven's
speech of welcome to the medical
students, Dean Furstenberg delivered
the traditional dean's address,



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