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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TURS ,FER. 17, 1938

Road Experts
Hear Speeches
OtPoblems
Accident Prevention, Road
Construction Among,
Subjects Discussed
(Continued from Page 1)
according to R. W. Crum, director of
the Highway Research Board of the
National Research Council, is' to per-
slade drivers to operate carefully and
to improve those features of the high-
ways that constitute hazards to rea-
sonable, careful drivers.
Street space, being the most val-
uable public property, should be used
for access to abutting property and
parking should be provided in off-
street facilities when all space is die-
manded for moving traffic, Leslie J.
Sorenson, Traffic Engineer for the
City of Chicago, told the Conference.
The function of providing terminal
facilities for automobiles, as well as
constructing highways, he said, will
becomena part of government activity.
in' the near future.
.The Michgan State Police safety
program of making all persons fa-
uiiliar with highway rules and regula-
tions, removing incompetents from
the highways, forcing new drivers to
demonstrate their drivingability,
careful administering of driver li-
censes and emphasizing the import-
ance of good vision was explained to
the conference by Oscar M. Gunder-
son, Traffic Engineer for the State
Police.
Uniformity in the application of
remedial measures to the problem of
highway fatalities must be secured if
i solution is to be accomplished
throughout the State, Harry C. Koch,
assistant director in charge of traf-
fic, highway planning survey, Mich-
gan State Highway Department, said.
A solution of the problem cannot be
i"eached, he said, if each governmental
agency is allowed to study the prob-
1'm and cope with it in its own in-
Aividual way, and he recommended
that this centralization become na-
t;onal.
D. Grant Mickle, Assistant Direc-
tor of the Highway Planning Survey,
declared that the road system must
be developed where the needs exist
p4d where and how functional uses
dictate. That stability, he said, must
be restored to the financial program
of the system. The financial resources
exist for the job. It is the distribu-
tion of them now required by law,
(Continued on Page 6)

Ensemble Group To Appear here Tonight

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

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Pictured above is the Roth String Quartet of Budapest, ranked by music critics as the world's foremost
string ensemble. Since its debut in Paris in 1926, the Roth Quartet has arhieved international recognition for
its interpretation of the works of the masters. The quartet appears tonight in Hl Auditorium in the ninth
of the Choral Union concert series.
FRAD THE DAILY'SCLASSIFIED SECTION
CLASSI F E D )AVERT I ING
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WXYZ
P.M.
6:00-Day in Review.
6 :15--Factfinder. I 1
6:30-Swing High.
6:45-Lowell Thomas.X
7:00--Easy Aces.
7:15-Mr. Keen.
7:30-Green Hornet.1
8 :00--To Be Announced.l
8:30--March of Time.
9:00-Rochester Philharmonic.1
9:30--American Town Meeting.-
10:30--Jamboree.
11:00-John McKay.
1.1:30- -Jimmy Grier. 1
12:00-Lowry Clark.
12:30-Garwood van Orch
CKLW
P.M.
6:00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and Sports.
6 :30-Ensemble.
6:45-Rhythm Men.
7 :00-Sportscast.
7:30-United Press Bulletins.
7:45-Sammy Kaye Orch
8 :00-Lcouis Katzman Orchi.
8:30-HappyHalI's Housewarming.
9:00-Kay Kyser Orch.
9 :30-Sinfonietta.
10:00-Witch's Tale,
10-:30Henry Weber Music.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-"Theatre Digest."
11 :45-Art Kassel Orch.
12:00-Benny Goodman Orch
12:30-Kay Ryser Orch.
WJR
P.M.
6:00-Stevenson Sports.
6:15-Comedy Stars.
6:30-Melody and Rhythm.
6 :45-Vec,' x'vaieties.
7:00-Poetic Melodies.
7:30-Gabriel Heatter.
8:00-Kate Smith.
9:00-Major Bowes.
10 :00-Musical.
10 :30-The Mummers.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15--Cab Calloway Orch.
11:30-Leighton Noble Orch.
12:00---Dance Music.
WWJ
P.M.
6:00-Tyson Sports.
6:15--Roger and Frank.
6 :30-Bradeast.
6:45--Musical Moments.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
7:15-"House Party."
7:45--Sport Review.
8:00-Rudy Vallee.
9:0O-"Good News of 1933"
10:00-Kraft Music Hall.
11:00-Newscast.
11:10-Webster Hall Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
12 :00-Dance Music.
YATES TO ATTEND MEETING
Dr. Clare Yates, field secretary for
the Joint Committee on Health Edu-
cation, will attend a meeting of the
Progressive Education Association
from Feb. 22 until Feb 27 in New
York.
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New Parties Align
For Model Senate
(Continued from Page 1)
sounding board for what the country
as a whole thinks.
Meetings will be open, it was de-
cided, to allow all students who, care
to, besides the Senators, to partici-
pate in debates.
Petitioning begins Feb. 28 and con-
tinues from 4 to 6 p.m. daily until
March 4 in Lane Hall. Each petition
must bear five signatures. Campus
elections will be held March 11 from
7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and the firstk
meeting will take place March 15.

Campus CUT.RATE Drugs
218 S. State NEXT TO GOLDMAN'S Phone 9392

One Pound
Half & Half
TOBACCO
59c

TODAY ONLY

WE
DELIVER

$3.00 VALUE!
$2.00 DuBarry
Face Powder
$1.00 DuBarry
Cucumber Lotion
Both for
$2.00

FMood Control Advocated
For ivers Of Michigan
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Feb. 16.-
(P'-Wilfred B. Williams, Kent
County surveyor, made a plea today
for "systematic flood control measures
in Michigan while the memory of
recent floods is still fresh."
The crest of the swollen Grand
River reached Grand Rapids early
today, and the river remained virtual-
ly stationery at a level of 13.89 feet
.I.E. MEETS TONIGHT
The American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineering will meet at 7:30
n.m. today in the Union

Phone
93392

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Come to Detroit and Swing
With "THE SWINGMASTER"
GOOIDMIAN
With His Own
World'sGreatest
SWING BAND
His First Personal
Appearance In Michigan !
*VFx Detroit
Theatre
One Week Only-
Starting Feb.18
FIVE SHOWS DAILY
Extra... Don't Miss
Benny Goodman's Huge
MIDNIGHT JAM SESSION
12 p.m. Saturday Feb.19
2 BIG BANDS
DANCING ON STAGE
All Seats Reserved For
Midnight Show Only
PRICES-$1.10-.83 incl.tax
MAlL ORDERS For The Benny
Goodman Midnight "Swing Concert"
Should Be Accompanied by Check
Payable to Fox Detroit Theatre And
Addressed To Treasurer, Fox Detroit
Theatre.

LAUNDRY
STUDENT LAUNDRY. Shirts 12c.
Call for and deliver. Phone 4863 for
other prices. 360
SILVER LAUNDRY
Phone 5594 607 E. Hoover
Call For and Deliver-Free of Charge
PRICES ARE FOR WASHING
AND IRONING
Shorts.......................4c
Tops .......................... 4c
Socks (pr.) ..................... 3
Pajam as ....................... . 10
Shirts.......................14c
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Individually Done-No Marking
236
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
NOTICES
VIOLA STEIN. 706 Oakland. Phone
8327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 232
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, Typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.
FOR RENT
321 SOUTH DIVISION, large single
room for upper class or graduate
man student in quiet house. Phone
4447. 391
SUNNY, quiet room Excellent bed.
Private home. Meals if desired
Phone 2-2943 388
SINGLE ROOM for rent. 815 Church.
Phone 8494.
ROOMS: Large and well furnished.
Excellent location. Steam heat.
Reasonable. 432 S. Division. Phone
4929. 357
SINGLE or double room for student.
Steam heat, well furnished, reason-
able. Phone 2-2159. 314 E. Liberty.
372
ROOM IN FACULTY family fcr sen-
ior or graduate student. Call 5602.
371
APPROVED rooms for boys: one suite
and one single. Newly furnished.
1107 S. State. Phone 8027. 367
LARGE SUITE for two boys or will
rent as single. 325 E. Jefferson.
362
ONE SINGLE room for woman. Grad-
uate student preferred. 323 Thomp-
son. Call after 4:30. 359
SOUTHEAST: Large double room.
Simmons beds. Private bath. Fire-
place. Sunday meals if desired.
Phone 2-2943. 364
JOHNSON League House. 2 meals. 6
days. $5. Dinners at 6 p.m. $3.50.
Phone 2-3790. 326 S. Division.
374
SINGLE ROOM. Clean. Warm and
comfortable. Excellent location.
Reasonable. Phone 4929. 432 S. Di-
vision. 363
LARGE double room with adjoining
lavatory. Steam heat, shower bath.
Phone 8544. 422 E. Washington.
375
806 E. Kingsley: 2 room apt, Frigid-
aire, gas range, gas and electricity

free. $8 per week. Call 2342!
376
LIGIHT airy suite; one double room
and one single room. Hot water at
nII imazAl i Alnm nr= 370

anunes.- ---___ivzinuu.1 I WANTED
T H R E E window bedroom. Only ~~ G
roomer. Private family. $4.00. Phone STUDENT GIRL to work for room
2-116 51 Oweg. 85 rent. 518 South Division. 389
2-1716. 513 Oswvego. 385 __________________
______ suts-o-- C SHULL: Heredity, Pillsbury: Abnor-
ROOMS and suites for men. Clean mal Psychology; Chen'listry books.'
and well furnished. Good beds. Hulman and Robbins: Botany and
Phone 2-3519. 383 others. Student Book Exchange. 436
LARGE DOUBLE ROOM. Either S. State opposite Angell Hall. (Bal-
single or double. Light and warm, timore Dairy Lunch.) 377
and very reasonable. 716 Arbor.2- dA urg
382- RENCH and GERMAN tutoring
givenn hv native Ger~mann girl and

SINGLE or double. Attractive. Com-
fortable. Quiet. Reasonable rent for
men. 930 Dewey. Phone 7319. 379
DESIRABLE suite for boys. Coil
spring mattresses. Half block north
of University Library. 220 S. In-
galls. 378
ROOMS well furnished. Excellent lo-
cation. Reasonable. Graduate or
broiness women. Phone 9450. 1026:
Oakland. 387
ATTRACTIVE ROOM. Semi-private
bath. Garage if desired. In faculty
home for graduate student or in-.
strUct0r. Box 9.
iFOR SALE
FANCY APPLES. sweet cider. pop-
corn. Will deliver. Phone 3926. 1003
Brcoks. 3.90
OAK WOOD, best grade.for firepl-ace,
or furnace. Delivered. 106 Barker
Road, Whitmore Lake. Phone 57
or 2-1964 mornings. 392

Sorbonne Student. Call 4697. 357

TYPING-Carefully and accurately
done, L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Candid camera, call 8911
and ask for Jim. 358
LOST: $100 in $20 bills. Vicinity cam-
pus building in German Restaurant
and Drug Store on State Street,
Student tuition fee. Finder please
return to Dean Bursley. Liberal re-
ward. 366

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1938 PLYMOUTH 4-door trunk sedan.
Driven only 1,300 miles. Need
money. Cheap sale. Please call 3360
for Chang. 365

NOW PLAYING}'"..
33
ALSO
"E L E PlinH "TN I of tBh"I
Based ear Kipling's "Toomnai of the Elephants"

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LOST: At J-Hop: Black velvet eve-
ning coat, large white fur collar.
Checked out to wrong person. Will
receiver please call Dorothy. Phone
2-2737. 380
LOST: Red fountain pen with name
Freda Kaufman and book from
League Library. Reward. Phone
6641. 393

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GLO-TONE PERMANENTS
Given by the Groom-Well Operators
Never a failure . . . $5.00
Others from $3.00 to $10.00.
FIRST-OF-WEEK SPECIAL:
Shampoo and Finger Wave 50c

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GROOM-WELL BEAUTY SHOPPES
615 East Liberty - 3773 1205 South University - 4818 II

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LEAGUE
presents
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and EXTRA!
THE RIVER
The dramatic story of the mighty
Mississ i DDL
All Seats Reserved
Tickets, 35 Cents

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'Alirsl
Winner-!s Arne
Paris Exposition

60 Watt Lamp for 4 hours 38 minutes
100 Watt Lamp for 2 hours 47 minutes
150 Watt Lamp for 1 hour 51 minutes

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LYDIA MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Fri. & Sat., Feb. 18 & 19, 8:15 p.m.

iller's Dairy Farm Stores
Three Stores
533 South Main 1219 South University 620 East Liberty
Black Wa4nut
with Fresh Raspberry Sherbet Center

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200 Watt Lam for 1 hour 23 minutes
300 Watt Lamp for 56 minutes
at average residence rates

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OOD LIGHTING is relatively cheap. How often have
you gone out of the house for an evening and
suddenly remembered with consternation that you

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left a 60- watt

amp burning in one of the rooms?

Daily 2 - 4 - 7 - 9 p.m.
TODAY and FRIDAY!

rc..F 'M I i I Irc

17c 't.

34c t.

Perhaps you let the thought worry you the entire
time you were away .. and needlessly. The cost of
operating that amp !or lour-and-a-half hours is only
ONE CENT--hardly worth spoiling your evening's
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with Sherbet Center

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