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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NEWS
Of The DAY
(Biy The As~octate4 Prea)
UW 'Appeal Decision
,In Poniac Rent Strike' f
PONTIAC, Mich., June 4.-W)--A!
~United Automobile Workers comm~it-
tee directing a "rent strike" here an-
poniced today that a verdict =for the
landlord in the first eviction trial
would be appealed.
Odin H. Johnson, at orney for the
unon, sai~d he would ontend thQt the
case was improperly in court because

the property owner, Mrs. Ada A. ,Cook,
had not conmplied with a state law
requiring periodic fire and health in-
spections.
"The state law provides that land-
lords cannot bring actions for rent
or for possession unless they have
complied with the housing law,"

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Sponsors Pf Wqge-Hour Measure

Johnson said.
The appeal will be to circuit court.
Johnson said it would be filed Mon-
day. In the meanwhile, Wilber Jen-
nings, who was found guilty of illegal
,possession in yesterday's trial, was
looking for other quarters. He was
ordered to move because he refused
to pay more than $11 a month for
a Maur-room partly' furnished apart-
mernt in a remodeled dwelling.
--Give To Tlfie Student Book Fund-

FIND SEVEN BODIES
REDDING, Calif., June 4.-(AP) -
The bodies of seven men who burned
to death in a Greyhound bus which,
cracked up unaccountably and in-
stantly became a funeral pyre were
recovered late today.
Last Times Today
at 3:l5 and 8:15!
"Aroused an enthusiasm far
in excess of anything that
has gone before."
-Detr oit Times
Second Group of
NOEL COWARD'S
"tolnight at 8:30"
"Fam ly _Album"
(. "Fumed Oak"
".Sh adow Par'I
starring Jessie Royce Landis,
with Charles Romnano
Opens Monday "Toyarich"
Lydic Mendelsohn
Theatre
Nights: at 8:15 -- 75c, $1.10
and $1.50. Mats: at 3:15 -
50c and 75c.
Box -office Phone 6300
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IClssJfie4 Directory II

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o'clock previous 'to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
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for one or two isertions. 10c per read-'
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(elepbo~ne .rate - 15c per read)lng line
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three lines per insertion.
10% discount if paid within ten days
from the date of last =insertion.
LAUNDRY
LAUNDR'Y 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low {price. ft
NOT CES
SUMMER play group for pchildren,:
21.2-4 .years. Hours 8-1 . Call
Frances Ma c agton. 5837.
TYPING : Neatly and accurately
.done. M~9rs. H'oward, 613 Hill VStreet.
%Pbox~e 5244. 568
R'ANTED
C;IWTIN'G WANTF.D O -BUY: Any
old and new suits, ucverc(ats,,at $3,
$5,0~, $25. LADWES' FUR COATS,
TYPWITERS, OLD GOLD,
DIAMtONDS and musical instru-
,ments. Phone Sam. 0304. ?8x
WjNTgEp: Gr~,duAte students desire
3 r r more room apartmnent for
Summ~er school. Reply (Box 960)
FOR RENT
,ROOMS for girls su~mmer session.
L*arge yard, trees, garage. 1511i
WVahenaw. Tel X851.

FOREST-928: For summer, fur-
nished 3-room apartment. Light
an4d airy. Private bath. Adults only.
$40 per .month. Phone 2-1767.
THE MONROE (522 Monroe) ?f-
block west Law Qjuadrangle offers
furnished 2-room apartments, pri-
vate baths, murphy beds, electric
refrigeration. $35, $40, $45. Phonie
2-2839.
WE HAVE several nice apartments
near the campus becoming vacant
after June 15th. Included in these
are 1, ;2, 3, and 5 room apartments.
1Prices range from $20.00 to $90.00.
Trisinger Apa rt me n ts. Phone
2-2087, night 8360-2-3081-4901.
LARGE double room, newly-f ur-
nished, clean. 811 Sylvan Street.
Phone 2-3867. 587
FURNISHED bachelor apartment
with private bath and shower. Also
large double with adjoining lava-
tory. Continuous hot water, shower
bath. Gatrage. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 589
FOR RENT : My home in Ann Arbor
Hills, furnished, for yea~r from
Sept. 1. A.- R. Morris, 2815 Wash-
tenaw. 598
SIX-ROOM nicely-furnished apart-
ment. Call 6323 for appointment.
599
FOR SALE
TWO NEW Electrolux kerosene re-
frigerators, cheap. Ideal for that
cottage without gas or electricity.
Electric Service Co., 330 S. Main.
Phone 3514. 508-

The course of P'resident Roosevelt's wage and hour bill, as it passes
through the legislative channels, will be directed by these two men-
Rep. William P. Connery, Jr. (left), of Massachusetts, and Sen. Hugo
L. =Black, of Alabama,. They head the House and Senate labor commit-
tces and sponsored the bills, on which :hearings have been started.

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CKUWI-1,030 Kilocycles
P.M.
6 :00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and Sports.
3:30-Vincent York's Orch.
6:45--French Lessons-Prof. Leon Troyat.
7 :00-"Syrnphonic Strings."
7:30-Jazz Nocturne.
8:00-Hawyaiian Serenaders.
8:15-George Fischer'-Hollywood Gossip.
8:30-Old-Time Melodrama.
9:00-Federal Theatre-Negro Choir.
9:30-Harold Stokes' Orch.
10:00-Henry King's Orch.
10:15-Ted 'Weems' Orch.
10 :30-Gruff Williams Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Happy Felton.
11 :30-Jack Denny's Orch.
Midnight-Sterling Young's Orch.
12 :30-Tommy Tucker's Orch.
1 :00-Weather Forecast.
WJR-750 Kilocycles
P.M.
6 :00-Stevenson Sports:
6:12-Frank Morgan.
6 :30--Melody and Rhythm.
7 :00-Prpfessor Quiz.
7:30-Johnny Presents with Charles
Martin-Phil Duey and Russ Mo-
gan's Orch.
8 :00-Grace Moore, Vincent Lopez' Orch.
8 :30-Saturday Night Serenade.
9:00-Your Hit Parade.
9:45-Universal Rhythm.

10:15-News Comes to Life.
10;:45-Shep Fields' Orch.
11:00-Glen Gray Orch.
11 :30-Geo. Hamilton Orch.
Midnight-Dick Courtney Orch.
12:30-To iBe Announced.
WWJ--92;0 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:00-Tyson's Sport Review.
6 :10-Dinner Music.
6:30-'Hampton Institute Singers.
6:45-Sports Review.
7:00-Saturday Night Party.
8:00--Snow *Vllage Sketches.
8:30-Joe Cook.
9:30-NBC feature.
10:00-Dance Music.
10:0-Dance Music.
Ii :00-Westwood Gardens Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
Midnight-Webster Hall Orch.
12 :30-Weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocyples
P.M.
6:30-Club Deauville Orch.
7:00-Town Talk.
7:30-Meredith Wilson.
8 :00-B3arn Dance.
9:00-Ruth Carhart.
R. Kirberry.
9 :15-Hildegarde.
9:30-To Be Announced.
10:00-Harold True.
10:30-Ruby Newman's Orch.
11 :00-Sammy Dibert's Orch.
11:30-Phil Harris Orch.
Kidnight-T&M Gentry Orch.

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Cadillac-Olds
UsedCarr Bargains
1930 Stutz G-wheel Sedain, good
mechanical condition, tires like
new..................... $95
1929 Seven Passenger Cadillac
Sedan excellent condition. Take
homne your friends and then
sell at a profit...... Only $175
Recent Models of Fords, Chev-
rolets, Oldsmobiles, Buicks,
Pontiacs, and Dodges - all
safety tested. See us before you
buy.
1CADI LLAC-OLDS
214 West Huron Street
ARE YOU DRIVING HOME?
SEE THESE EXCEPTIONAL
BARGAINS FIRST:
1934 Ford Spt. Coupe .. .. $115
1932 Buick Sedan....... $275
1933 Chevrolet Coach . ... $295
1928 Studebaker Sedan :.. $50
1929 Ford Tudor.....$60
1930 Nash Coach......... $75
1931 Oakland Coach...... $150
1934 Plymouth Del. Sedan $365
1935 Ford Tudor......... $350
J. P. BOYCE
Across from Masonic Temple
Drive a car home. See our ex-
ceptionally low priced cars be-
fcre the semester ends.

ASK TH-E MAN WHO3 BOUGHT ONE.
LAST JUNE we sold used cars to several students to drive home.
They all reached their destinations without trouble of any sort. One
of the cars we sold went to the Engineering Camp in Wyoming, then
on to the Pacific and back to Ann Arbor without any expense except
gas and oil. The car cost only $125.
Tell us what you want to do and we will see that you get a cad'
that will serve you dependably -at a price you can afford to pay.
GOOD USED CARS{ from $50. up
PLATT-WI LTSE E, INC.
DEPENDABLE MOTOR CARS
Corner 5th and Huron
A Better Car for your Money
DRAPER-LE BARN MOTOR SALES
USED CARS
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
411 East Huron St. Phone 2-1818

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CHEAP TRANSPORTATION
Schaible Motor Sales offer.-.

1934 Ply noith 4 car Sed . .. $395
1933 Olds 5 pass Sed...... $325
1930 Chew. 4 dr Sdln. Mechan-
ically Al, good tires, trunk and
baggage compartment, newly
sainted ........... Only $150

1930 Ford coach, very good $12.5
1929 Chev. ma~ich, excellent
Cand., new pa int..... $125
1929 S1gucebaker 5 pass Sed $95
1928 Studebaker 5 pass Sed $75
1927 Studebaker 5 pass 'Sed $50

1934
1932
1932
1929
1929
1931
1929]

Dodge Coach....... $375
Chevrolet Coach .... $245
Ford 4-cyl. Coiwh,... $195
Buick 4-Pass. Cpe. .. $85
Nash Sedan......... $75
Cord Sedan ........$175
Packard Sedan ......$150

C,, AlBLEMOTOR. SALES
310 EAST WASHINGTON PHONE 2-3511

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Excellent Sales Gn USED CARS

Others as low as $35

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