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THE MI CHICAN D A I LY

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, 19:s

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FOUND: Candid camera, call 89i1

Artists' W orks Britain Builds New Naval Base In Orient
Exbibited Here UKMA BRITI'
BAS
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Art Association Sponsors RANGO N
Arms, Romano, Display S IAM -q HANG
?Dore
An exhibition of paintings, draw- --,, " Si"ore5
ings and drypoints by Umberto Ro- BANGKOK R
rnmno and etchings by John TaylorQ. AM BENTANG
Arns, is on display in the North and 2 -3
South Galleries of Alumni MemorialICAM NHBEY
Ba daily including Sunday from 2 sA G N
to 5 p.m. until March 2. The exhibit FRENCH NAVAL BASE
is sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art
Association. >
Mr. Romano, an Italian-American;
wainter, studied at the National Aca- 4 South
demy of Design and at the American China
Academy at Rome where he went as ea N.
a .ecipient of the Pulitzer Scholgr- - BRITISHSR EO\
:hip in. 1926. He has won numerous \ o -NATUNA
i onors and awards in national, fx-
hibitions and his paintings are in the \.^" " SINGAPORE
permanent collections of various l/GPEE
eastern museums. ro NVL
Mr, Arms, president of' the Ameri- aswr'PDAG BASE
k. Society of Etchers, is a widely B N O
mown architectural etcher. \\\ er o
Admission is free to members ofIN A
the Art Asociation and to all Univer- " LuION
sity ;students. A small adrrNssion 1$wv e
charge is made to others.v
DUTCH...-.__-_ I DUTCH NAVAL BASE
EAST saA~tURA
# ® ,ATAVI
All University Students 0M1S0 A _- e ro
To Receive Free BiblesL A
MILES
Through the cooperation of three
religious groups more than 10,000 The British Empire formally orpned its most formidable naval base--
Uniyersity students .will receive free a Gibraltar of the Far East-at Singapore with an American cruiser
copies of "His Triumph," a deluxe edd- squadron attending the ceremonies. This Associated Press map shows
ion of the gospel of St. John. the location of the base and its relation to other points in the Far East.
The three groups which are coop-
orating in the distribution of the,
Bibles are the Scripture Distribution tr ole ilu. in-uwm
Socety of Wheaton College, in I111- -
nois, the Detroit Christian Business i
1&n's Committee and the Christian Processes of synthesizing high- cts. These reactions are carried out
Student's Prayer Group of Ann Arbor. grade gasolines from by-products of under high pressures and tempera-
4Al students listed in the directory will the "cracking" process used in pe- tures with the aid of substances called
be sent copies of the book. troleum refining were explained yes- catalysts.
terday by Dr. Vladimir N. Ipatieff of Dr. Inatieff not only is directing
ROVILLAIN SAILS FOR VRANCE Northwestern Univers':ty and the Uni- the present work, but pioneered in the
Prof. Eugene E. 'Rovillain of the versal Oil Products Company, in a development of the high pressure and
Rofmance Languages department, on University lecture in the Chemistry temperature reactions and in the=
sabbatical leave for the second se- Amphitheatre. chemistry of rubber.
mester, sailed for France on the Ile de The new methods are based on the He is an internationally-known
France February 12 where he will process of "polymerization," in this chemist. having received honorary de-
work in the Bibliotheque Nationale case the building up of the more com- grees from many universities and dec-
and in the archives of the French plex molecules of the gasolines from orations that include the Cross of the
Acaemy. the simple molecules of the by-prod- Legion of Honor of France. During
the Great War he served, with the title

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STUDENT LAUNDRY: Shirts 12c.
Call for and deliver. Phone 4863.
Prompt service. 360
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low paces.
NOTICES
VIOLA STEIN. 706 Oakland. Phone
i327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 232
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, uypewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.
FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM for W student in ap-
proved private home. Jewish pre-
ferred. 806 Sylvan. Phone 8135.

Reasonable. Phone 4929. 432 S. Di- NEW Retina Kodak, filters, tripod,
vision. 363 etc. Big discount. Need cash. Call
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806 E. Kingsley: 2 room apt, Frigid-
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376
LIG IT airy suite; one double room
and one single room. Hot water at
all times. 615 Monroe. 370
MEN and women are offered the high-
est cash prices for their discarded
clothing. See Claude Brown, 512 S.
Main. Phone 2-2736. 388
THREE window bedroom. Only'
roomer. Private family. $4.00. Phone
2-1716. 513 C.wego. 385f

for Chang. 365
WANTED
SHULL: Heredity, Pillsbury: Abnor-
mal Psychology; Chemistry books.
Hulman and Robbins: Botany and
others. Student Book Exchange. 436
S. State opposite Angell Hall. (Bal-
timore Dairy Lunch.) 377
FRENCH and GERMAN tutoring
given by native German girl and
Sorlonne Student. Call 4697. 357

FOUND: Cimdid camera, call 3011
and ask for Jim. 358
LOST: $100 in $20 bills. Vicinity cam-
puts building in Germa~n Resta uxant
and Drug Store on State Street.
Student tuition fee. Finder please
return to Dean Bursley. Liberal re-
ward. 366
LOST: At J-Hop: Black velvet eve-
ning coat, large white fur collar.
Cheelped out to wrong person. Will
receiver please call Dorothy. Phone
2-2737. 380
FOUND: Girl's glasses, during regis-
tration, left in office of Dean of
Women. From Miller's, Detroit.
384
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___ _____ RBOOMS and suites for men. Clean MO]
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Phone 8494. Phone 2-3519. 383 B
STUDENT LAUNDRY. Shirts 12c. LARGE DOUBLE ROOM. Either'
Call for and deliver. Phone 4863. single or double. Light and warm,
Prompt service. and very reasonable.,,716 Arbor.
382
ROOMS: Large and well furnished. I -----------
Excellent location. Steam heat. SINGLE or double. Attractive. Com-
Reasonable. 432 S. Division. Phone fortable. Quiet. Reasonable rent for
4929. 357 men. 930 .Dewey. Phone 7319. 379
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UNEXPECTEDLY vacated. Desirable DESIRABLE suite for boys. Coil
single room for men. Piano avail- ! piing mattresses. Half block north
able if desired. Two in family. One lof University Library. 220 S. In-
other roomer. Phone 2-1274. 528 galls. 378
Walnut. 369 ---- _r_
;FOR RENT: Single room. Graduate
SINGLE or double room for student. girl or working girl, $3.50 week. 434
Stean heat, well furnished, reason- Packard. 386
able. Phone 2-2159. 314 E. Liberty. R
172. ROOMS well furnished. Excellent lo-
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ROOM IN FACULTY family fcr sen- business women. Phone 9450. 1026
ior or graduate student. Call 5602. Oakland. 387
371 IATTRACTIVE ROOM. Semi-private
APPROVED rooms for boys: one suite bath. Garage if desired. In faculty
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1107 S. State. Phone 8027. 367 structor. Box 9.
LARGE SUITE for two boys or will FOR SALEj
rent as single. 325 E. Jefferson. SMITH CORONA Silent Portable 1
362 1 typewriter, nearly new. Sacrifice for
ROOM FOR RENT: 1104 Ctherin( cash. 1619 S. University. Phone
I ROM FO REN: 104 Ctherne. 2-1536
Single or double. 361 ___________________
ONE SINGLE room for woman. Grad-
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son. Call after 4:30. 359 ~
SOUTHEAST: Large double room. 218 S. State NEXT TO GOL
Simmons beds. Private bath. Fire- TODAY C
place. Sunday meals if desired.
Phone 2-2943._ 364 Cigarettes
JOHNSON League House. 2 meals. 6 Camels, Luckys, WE
days. $5. Dinners at 6 p.m. $3.50. Chesters, Raleighs D E L IV E
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PING-Carefully and accurately
one, L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
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NEY NOW AVAILABLE far many
ooks left to be sold at the Student
ook Exchange. Please call soon.

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of general, as head of the Russian
chemical resources. He is especially
well-known here, having worked with
Professor-Emeritus Moses Gomberg
in Germany in 1896.
Highway, Traffic
Experts Meet Here
(Continued from Page 1)
speaker a an informal dinner at 6:30
p.m. in the Union. Also listed as
speakers are Lieut-Gov. Leo J. No-
( wicki; Dean Henry C. Anderson of the
engineering college; R. P. Fohey, sec-
retary of the Chrysler Corporation,
and State Highway Commissioner
Murray D. Van Wagoner. The ad-
dress will be delivered by Norman Da-
mon. director of the Automotive
Safety Foundation, New York.
The conference will conclude to-
morrow morning with a business
meeting of the Michigan Association
of Road Commissioners and Engineers
at 9:30 a.m. in the Union. Sam C.
I Yockey, president of the organization,
will be chairman.

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"CARNIVAL IN PARIS"

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FACIAL
TISSUES

"PLAY GIRLS" -- Cartoon
NEWS OF THE DAY
-- Comning Saturday
"LOST HORIZON"

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Tickets, 35 Cents

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