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PAGE TWO

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SUNDAY, JAN. 17, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

publican Club to an audience of about'
3,000.I
In an election post-mortem Ham-
ilton said in the course of his speech!
Of Th DAYthat the Republican party had come
Of The DA Y tobe regarded as a "closedhcorpora-
tion," and at another point, ob-
viously referring to the party Old
(By The Associated Press) Guard, he remarked: "Liberal is as
liberal does."
Republicans Told
To Approach Labor Spanish War Rages
NEW YORK, Jan. 16.-(AP)-The On Southern Coast
Republican party was called upon .Spain's civil war swept along the
today by National Chairman John southern Spanish coast last (Satur-
D. M. Hamilton to "reestablish" close day) night as the Fascists aimed at
contact with labor, while an Ohio the capture of Malaga.
party stalwart, former State Attorney Two Socialist planes dropped
General John W. Bricker, suggested which Gen. Gonzalo Queipo de Llano:
new leadership was needed. was believed to be directing the
Hamilton, Bricker and Mrs. Grace southern insurgent offensive.
B. Reynolds, director for western They fled after causing slight dam-j
states of the women's division of the age and bombed Estepona, the cap-f
Republican National Committee, all ture of which Thursday by the insur-
spoke before the 16th annual lun- gents was the beginning of the new
cheon of the Women's National Re- southern drive.
e fORp RN:Lrelitdoberm
Place advertisements with Classified -OR RENT: Large, lit doublroom
Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241. for men. Next semester. Shower.
The classified columns close at five Phone 2-2605. 278
o'clock previous to day of insertion. _____
Box numbers may be secured at no OPENING fur roommate who wants
extra charge.
Cash in advance lic per reading line quiet, well-regulated place for
for one or two insertions. 10c per read- study. Class A house, near Union.
(on basis of five average words to line)
ing line for three or more insertions. Phone 9081. 281
Minimum three lines per insertion. _
Telephone rate - 1serper reading line ,FOR RENT: Large, front room for
for two or more insertions. Minimum
three lines per insertion. two men-twin beds, soft water-
10% discount if paid within ten days I private family. Washtenaw Fra-
from the date of last insertion. tenity Center. Also large single.
1803 Hill. 271
WANTED
ROOMS FOR RENT: Two comfort-
TWO PRE-MEDIC students desire able double rooms for upper class-
another to share large 2-room, men. Phone 2-1767. 928 Forest.
steam-heated suite with 6 windows 276
and two closets. 500 Catherine St. FOR RENT: Single or double room.1
Phone 9749. 280 Inner spring mattress. Hot and
____________- cold shower. Available Feb. 7th.!
FURNISHED, house near campus.
Wanted by young faculty couple. 1102 Prospect off E. University.
No children. Call 8449. 273 272
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any DESIRABLE single room for manI
old and new suits, overcoats at $3, student. 2nd floor. 3 other roomers.
$5, $8, $25. LADIES FUR COATS, Mrs. Charles Eaton. 421 Thomp-
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FOR RENT L
ATWI' r~n-l+nn i nviirti>nr [LAUNDRY

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

Faculty Members 1OP0TF TO SPEAK
J The egular German luncheon
Aitend eetingS table for faculty members will be
held today at 12:10 p.m. in the
Three members of the University Founder's Room of the Union.1
faculty are attending the annual Featuring the lunch will be an in-
meeting of the American Association: ormjal 10-minute talk by Prof. Otto
of Schools of Social Work in St Laporte.

THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION

6:0--.
WJR J.ccPenny-: Jitfinie
Grier's Music.
WWJ Catholic Hour.
w XY Reminiscing.
CKLW Ray Knight's Cudkoos.

THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
presents
Edward Tomlinson
Speaking on
"HAITIAN ADVENTURE"
with Color Motion Pictures
Hill Auditorium Thursday. Jan. 21. 8:15. p,m.
Prices: 50c and 35c Tickets at Wahr's

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6:30-
WJR Rubinoff-Jan Peerce, Virginia
WWJMischa Kottler.
WXYZ Golden Gate Park Band.
CKLW Gems of Melody.
6:45--t
WWJ Sports Review.
r: 410--
WJR Musical Program.
WWJ Jack Benny's Show.
WXYZ Evening Melodies.
CKLW Keyboard Classics.E
7 :30--i
WJR Phil Baker; Oscar Bradley's
Music.;f
WWJ Fireside Recital.
WXYZ Robert Ripley: Ozzie
Nelson's Music.
CKLW Listener Speaks.
7:45--.
WWJ Sunset Dreams.
8:00--
WJR Nelson Eddy.
WWJ Do You Want to be an Actor?
WXY Z Musical Comedy Revue.
CKLW Music for Today.
WJR Eddie Cantor: Jacques
Renard's Music.
WXYZ Dreams of Long Ago.
CKLW Jewels of Madonna.
2:00-I
WJR Sunday Evening Hour.
WWJ Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
WXYZ Walter Winchell.
CKXW Horace Heidt's Music.
9:15---
WXYZ Rippling Rhythm Revue.
9:30-
WWJ Album of Familiar Music.
CKLW Curtain Time.
9 :45-
WXYZ Edwin C. Hill.
10:00-
WJR Original Community Sing. j
WWJ Soloist: Symphony Orchestra.
CKLW First Baptist Church
10:15--
WXYZ Les Arquette.
10:30-
WXYZ Lowry Clark's Music.
CKLW Enoch Light's Music.
10:4-
WJR H. V. Kaltenbirn.
CKLW Phil Marley.
f I 1 :01--
WJR In the Hermit's Cave.
WWJ Tonight's Hockey: Recordings.
WXYZ Hockey Scores.;
0KLW News Reporter.
11:15-
CKLW Lennie Hayton's Mu'ic.
WW.J King's Jesters.
WWJ Dance Music.
11:3-
WJR Abe Lyman's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Frankie Master's Mus ic
CKLW Ted Weem.s' Music.
12 :00--
WXYZ Morrie Brennan's Music.
WJR Vincent Lopez' Music.
CKLW Dick Jurgen's Music.
12:30-
WJR Isham Jones' Music.
WXYZ Eddie Fitzpatrick's Music.
CKLW George Hamilton's Music.
1:00-
CKLW Joe Sanders' Music.
FORUMS POSTPONED
The Union forum series, conducted
every Sunday, will be discontinued
until the beginning of next semester,
H. Murray Campbell, its director an-
nounced yesterday.

Louis. The meeting will last through
uda :sen the University at the annual
un ay e Pmeeting of the American Society of
They are Prof. Eleanor G. GoltzLanciscape Architects and the Asso-
and Prof. Robert W. Kelso, both of tciation of Professional Schools of
the Institute of Public and Social Landscape Architecture from Jan.
Administration. and Prof. Arthur E. 18to 20 in New York City.
Wood of the sociology department.
Dean Edward H. K'a..s o the lit-i School of SocialI
eiary college, who attended t c -' me ;-%
ing of the Association of Ancican anctns
Colleges in Wahington, D.C.. r- \ Taught daily, 10 to 10.
Lund oAn iot e~tr a' Terracle Garden Studio
Se a2d Floor. Wuerth The-
f\\ I' ater Bldg. Phone 9695.
Prof. George C. Cone of he land- ar gPn_
scape design department will repre-_ --

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THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN COMIC OPERA
PLAY PRODUCTION and THE SCHOOL of MUSIC

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Mendelssohn Theatre --

- This Week.I

NICE, pleasant room in approved
house near campus. Jewish girls
only. 933 Forest Ave. 269
YEOMEN ' OF G A
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater f
FRIDAY, JAN. 22
CURTAIN at 8 P.M.
instead of 8:30, as advertised.
Curtain time has been advanced 301
minutes (for this performancedin the
series only) due to the fact that Play
Production and the School of Music
are cooperating in presenting, "Varsity
Show," scheduled for the same night
at 10:30 from Hill Auditorium. This
change permits members of the Band,*
and Glee Club to participate in both
events. Tickets fortthe broadcast will
be distributed at the door.

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price. 6x
LOST AND FOUND

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LOST: Sigma Nu pin in vicinity of
Art School Wednesday. Initials on:
back, WCB. Reward. Call 2-2551.
270
LOST: Pair glasses with tortoise shell
frame. One side of frame missing.,
Call Carlin Sheldon, 2-2614. 275
NOTICES
NURSERY SCHOOL: Morning only,
for children 212 to 4 years. Call
Frances MacNaughton. 5837.
268
FOR SALE_
NEW and old books. Antiques. 202
East Ann. 127x

GET YOU R
TODAY FOR MICHIGAN NIGHT
i L~r
on Pontiac s
FRIDAY, JA . 22
HILL AUDITORIUM
abehind the scenes of a nationwide
broadcast pat on by professional direct-
ors, exactly as it is done in New York.
LA the Band, the Glee Club, the cream
of campus talent in the fastest-
stepping show you ever saw.
John Hield, Jr. officiating as
alk W aT(H Master of Ceremonies and
enjoy his sparkling wit.
with your interest and applause
HFALPto make this broadcast a success and
prov~e that Michigan rules the air.

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MATINEES
Sunday
till 2 p.m.
- 25c -

EVENINGS
and
SUNDAY
after 2 p.m.
- 35c -

NOW! JOE'S A ONE MAN RIOT!

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Cartoon
"The Indians"

EASY
ACES

SPORTLIGHT COMEDY NEWS

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The audience will be part of the show
So get your ticket now at
UNIVERSITY BROADCASTING OFFICES
MORRIS HALL

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2 p.m. Today

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