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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,*APRIL 3, 1938

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SUNDAY.'APRIL 3. 1938

~^ - ~suance of the Regents' regulation: ii
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for
1"hU LETI an absence of more than a week must
DAILY FFICIL BUL EiNfirst return all borrowed books."
copy recied .t the off1-ice of tiveAnoist to l te ]eas Of i O L1 Ilt2. Failure to return books before'
until 3.330, 1]:00 t .ni. on Saturday. the vacation will render the studentI
S-~ J Iliable to an extra fine.
<3. Students who have special need
SUNDA)rY, APR'iIL 3, 1938 grades which may- prohibit gradua- care of Tuttle Spring Work,,, 300 MI £ or~ certain books between April 4
1VOLl. XLVIII. No. 134 ion. Elliott Ave., Detroit. an h einn ftevcto
To the Meml".ibers of the Faculty of stdi, - may retain such books by applying at
StuensCollege of Literature,I Bureau of Appointment,,,and c~r the Charging Desk on April 4th.
the Colleg:e of Literature, Science,! Science, and the Arts: . Courses -national Information. The Pureau of 4. Students who have urgent' need
and the Arts: The sixth regular dropped after Friday, April 8, will be Appointments has received notice of for certain books during the vaeca-
meeting of the faculty of the College recorded with the grade E. Exception; the following Civil ServiMe Exalmina- I tion, will be given permission to diraw I
of Literature, Science, and the Arts myb aei xrodnr i Lions: these books, provided they are not in
for the academic session of 1937-38 cusa+s ul a eeeo c Scientific Aids (Birds), $1,8aoo 1 li~ldead, on ap:plication at they
custnes uc s eer r c~~ " r (lwilbehedinRom125Agelear; United States National n1 Clugut Dek fterl April 4t' .
wilb edi om12 nelcontinued illness.b3
Hall, April 4, 1938, at 4:10 p.m._____euSihoannttto. V'' W
Edwar'd11. Kraus. Students, School of Edlucation: SceifcidPaaiooy.1,0
a year:; Bureau of AnimzIri Incli.: 4ry,
Agenda : Courses dropped after Friday. AprilI Department of Agriculture. P xu~ir
1. Adopti on of the. minutes of the' 8, wil be recorded with the grade of JuI soit adn 320~.L~ tmC~~g l rhtcue
menglz of March 7.,93,whc hv E except under extraordinary circutm-yer,.z- ic=ioC lIe0AcHtbic;
been distribute~ d by campus mail yea; U.S. Bureaui of Pri1.sons. i rar I~ lso nraig yorpy
(paesn13-18. No coarse is considered of- m ienu of Justic'e. phyng h lakan-hte ad
2.ge Report. lficially dropped unless it has beenI Attendant Nurset C, $;40 per mloi.th *l) htisi h 'auatrn
a. Excutie Comitte, byPi~. reported in the office of the Regis- and maintenance; Mlichi ganl' Civil o ok n eal ntedsg
lessor ~. ~. ~ trar, Room 4, University Hall. Seivce Examination.'ed ae-poamgai.Shw
b. University Council, by Pr'o- l tuto Uiest Epoc: Fr further information, p1.a; ~ thrliough, the'.icolartesy' of The Lakeside
fessor Paul S. Welch. Wheneiioi nveritbl ycarEmlloesn call at the office, 201 Mason Ifall. resR.R.Donele & Sons" Corn- r
c. Executive Board of th6' Grad- alln-itne eehn alsada---pny, Chicago. Ground floor cases,1
uate School, by Professor N. H1. tlgaslcdtruh h nvr Sophomore Engineers~: Orders willl Architectuiral Buijldingr. Open dlaily'
Williams, sity telep~hone system, to youir resi- be taken for class jackets startin ; 9 Lo 5), trough Apri l 7. Th~e public
d.Avsr ndent phone. j MVonday, April 4, at Wagner and~
University Affairs, by Professor Hebr_._akn. 1___scotigsoe n vtn tet
Preston Slosson. 1err1.Waks. 1C cltigtrenSatSre.
e. Deans' Conference, by Dean S oashp h Dtot'lmiThe cost will be $1.50 wihich must 4O e
E. H. Kraus. IofteHradGaueScolf be deposited upon placing the order. ~I~ny
3. Recommendation of the Execu- Business Administration are offering'J
tine Committee concerning elecion' a three hundred dollar scholarship 0Tostudents having Libr':.."y Books: *Incign.brongsth
of cousesinntalanlyiFeshen ortheHarardScholifsBsinss
sftues i tla yFehe o heHradSho fBsns 1. Students having in their posses-' common-sense way of smiioothl-
students. Administration for the year 1938-39.1I sion books drawn from the University ! eg out the ups-and-dowvns of I
4. Resolution concerning quality of Students interested should communi-I Library are notified that such books! income or expenses.
students' written work. tMinutes P. cate with David H.. James, President! are due Monday, April 4th, before the There ar~e two methods of self-
48.of Harvard Business School Club, , impending Spring Vacadtionl, ine)lul-- financing:

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cordially invited. Examples of the work of the six cpan- tive Design will be on display in the
didates for the j ane Higbee Award South Gallery beginning Saturday,
Exhibition, Alumni Memorial Hall: Ifor Sophomore students in Decora- (Continued on Page 4)

An. American girl--it might have been you
-picks her idea of a grand time as she is.

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swept headlong in a thrilling romance of
Hollywood-by Ben Hecht at his funniest. to1:
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.We yvO1 lc at x{ALL SE
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V3acUlty, College of Literature, SOi-
enee, and the Arts. Midsemester re -
ports are due not later than Friday,!
April 8. More cards if needed can
be had at my office.
'these reports are understood as
namning those students, freshman and
upperclass. whose standing in mid-
semester time is D or E, not merely~
those who receive D or E in so-called
midsemester examinations.
Students electing our courses, but{
registered in other schools or colleges
of the University, should be reported,.
to the school or college in which they
are regrkered.
W. R. Humnphreys,
Assistant Dean.I

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FOR SALE
WASHED SAND and Gravel. Drive-
way Gravel. K illins Gravel Co.
Phone 7112. 7x
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.

_ NOTICE S
LADIES tailoring ,,-d dress-making;
formals, suits, coat relining, all al-
terations. Expert service, reasonable

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Schcool of Education, College of rates, worn guaranteed. 320 E. Lib-
1Achit( eturc, School of Forecstry, erty. Call evenings. 2-2020. 8x
Scho--l of. Music: Midsemesterre --
nm'ts8 in( inq stuidents enrolled in, MEN and women are offered the

these units doing unsatisfactory work!
in any unit of the University are due
in the office of the school, April 6, Re-
port blanks for this purpose may be
secured from the office of the school
or from Room 4 U.H.
Robert Williams,
Assistant Registrar.
All June Graduates in the College of'
Literat ure. Science, and the Arts, Col-
.lege of Architecture, Schools of Edu-.
,cation, Forestry, and Music should I
'fill in grade request cards at Room 4,
U.Hf., between April 4 and April 8.1I
Those failing to file these cards will
~assume all responsibility for late

highest cash prices for their dis-
carded clothing. See Claude Brown,1
512 S. Main. Phone 2-2736. 388
TYPING: Experienced. Reasonable
rates. L. M. Hjeywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. loxl
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 232
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.G
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. -3x
CLOTITNG WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-

jers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Readv cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6:304.
LOST AND FO TND
LOST: Connellsville High Graduationj
pin. Call John Reagan 3944. Re-
ward. 491
LOST: Gold locket between Mosher
and University Hail. Tuesday.
March 22. Cal[ Stout. 2-3561. Re-
ward. 483
LOST: Chi Omega pin with Rho i
Gamma guard with name June!
Ransom. Revv 'd. 0411 Gulde. 7217.
487 I
LOST: Blue-trimmed Liberty scarf
between Helen Newberry and cor-
ncr State and Packard. Call 2-2591.
Rewvard. 478
WANiRTECD
WANTED: Passengers to II uuisiana
for spring vacation. Call Dr. Bour-
land 3259 at noon. Will share ex-
penses. 476
DRIVING to St. Louis on April 8. Re-
turning April 14. Can take two pas-
sengers. For particulars call R. S.
Rose. 7595. 488
DESIRE a man to act as driving com-,
panion to California.. 1937 Chev-
rolet coupe--leaving immediately.
Call 7659. 489
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Rooms ---permnanen t,j
Spring Vacation or week-end rent-
al. Phlone 8544. 422 E. Washington.
484

1. Save first, thenr boy.
(Savings Account)
2. Buy flirst. repay hatet
Personal Loan)
* Your' choice of these two
wNays defends on your own sit-
uation. But emergencies and
opportunities seldom wait until
you can save enough to take
care of them.
*ONLY REQUIREMENT for
a loan here: youir ability to
repay small, regular amounts
on the loan plan that's easiest
for you to handle.
0~ No endorsers required. Pri-
vacy assured. Loans available
to all university people except
stud ents.
PE.R SONA L LOANS
Up to $360
Personal Finance Co.
376 Offices
10th Year in Ann Arbor
Ground Floor Wolverine Bldg.
201-203 S. FOURTH AVE.
Phone 4000 R.W. Horn, Mgr.

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"The artist brought forth
aWide variety of color and
a sense of style to his inter-
pretations, from the hushed
beauty of Bach's Komm
Suesser Tod to the mysti-.
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----Musical Courier

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TODAY
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"Mr. Leeson's mastery of
the instrument's technique
was convincingly demon-
strated' ... his tone is free
of the distressing vibrato
affected by certain commer-
cial manipulators of the
instrument."
--New York Sun

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VICTOR MOORE
MILTON SBER
s Helen Broderick
June Fromaon
Buster West
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