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May 12, 1938 - Image 2

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Welfare iG roup Kids ToKings, But
A.nnounces Fall ih school seniors seized control cib
of the reins at th'e School of Educa- w'
Seiiin'ar Se iestion's University High School yester- sti
________day, replacing instructors for a day
and even going so far as to inter- sc,
Local Commnity Fund view applicants for jobs next year. de
Will, Reume Lectres Under the supervision of Dr. Ed- fe:
WilRsme Lcue gar G. Johnston, of the education an
On Relief Program school, principal, the event had been th2
planned so that every post was. filled wI
The Ann Arbor Community Fund by undergraduates. The regular staff Lc
has completed plans for a 'Social Serv- didn't even report. And, students. tl
ice: seminar , next fall, it was an-
nlounced yesterday by Louise B. Trow, 0
ehairman- of the seminar. The ' -,i ed
seminar will entail a series of meet-
ings and lectures designed to increase'
kn~owedge and :utnderstanding of FOR SALE
welfare activity and relief. FOR SALE: Antique glass 'dolls and
A tentative program for the series furniture--some stamps and Indian
has been drawn up, beginning with relics. 1430 Granger. 519
an address on Oct. 25 by Fred John- WASHED SAND and Gravel: Drive-
son, director of the Michigan Chil- way Gravel. Killins Gravel Co.
dren's Aid Society, and continued phone 7112. 7x L1
with the following: Nov. 1, panel of
the directors of community fund NrOTICES
agencies; Nov. 8, Mrs. Irene Ellis___________
Murphy, director of the central volun- ATTENTION UNAIVBRSITY SEN- F
Leer, bureau of 'the Council of Social 1ORS AND GRA.DUATES SEEK- F
Agencies, will speak on "Case Work ING EMPLOYMENT-The Amer-
andI Its Problems"; Nov. 11, Alex Dow, ican Student Alliance offers you
president of the Detroit Edison Coin-. contacts with the leading industrial
pany, who will speak concerning "The organizations throughout the entire1M
Incidence of Taxation"; Nov. 29, Prof. country, For additional informa--
-William Haber of the Ut~niversity' ec- tion address American Student Al- ,W.
onomics department, who 'will de- Rance offers you contacts with the 7
liver an address on "The Social Se- leading industrial organizations
curity Act." throughout the entire country. For
__________________________ additional information address
American Student Alliance, 754-
EVENING RADIO Holly Ave., St. Paul, Minnesota, en--
Iclosing 10c correspondence charge. LC
PRO GRAM
TYPING: Experienced. 'Reasonable
__________________________ T.. NC -THvwmnndi £802 E. TKine- '~

F..7 Vt .. A n..s.

wiu sley St. Phone 8344. 14x
6 0-tvno p rs TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
6:15-Musical, Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
6:30-We, the People. 5244 3x
7:00-Kate Smith hour.-
8:00-Major Bowes. CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
9 :00-Essays in Music.
4:30-Americans at work.
10 :00-Just Entertainment.
10:15-Hollywood Screenscoops. ________________
0:0-Baseball Scores,
. 10:5-Morceaux de Salon.NO - DA an RI Y
11:0W-News-Jack King.O TDYadFIA
11:15-Meditation. W EAUE
11:30-Henry King's re, TOFAUE
wwJ SCREAM-A-ECOND FUN FEST !
6 00-Tyson's Sport Review. ."r? i
6 :10-Recordings.
6:15-Little Orphan ,Annile.
6 30-Bradcast,
6:40- t Might Happen To You.
¢:45-Sport Review.
7:o0-Rudy Vallee..r ',":{.i t
8:00-Good News of 138.
9:0--Kraft Music Hall.
1000-Amios 'n' Andy.
10 :15-M usical Momnents.
10:30-House Party,
11:00-Newscast,e
11 :10-Webster al Orch.
11:30-Hotel Statler Orch. 5A~
12:00-Studio Feature.}r
P.M. twr..t
600-Wheel of Chanxce ,.4A/f10
630-Perry Como. : 6f y g
8:45-Isham Jones Orch
7 :00-Sinfonietta. ________AND
7:30-CBS Summer Theatre.
8:00-Symphony. .JANE "WITHERS
9:0"Lobbies."
9:3-Her ebr'_Concert. 1"C H ECK E r D L1S
10 :45-Dick Barrie's Qrch.
11:00-Qanadian Club Reporter. with-
11,15-Dance Orch. Stuart and Una
12 :0-Jan Garber's Qrch. EwnMre
12:30-Ankon Weeks' Orch.Ewi ere
1:00-The Dawn Patrol.
WXYZ 'SATURDAY
P:0-as"Ae. .' JEANETTE MacDONALD
6 :15-Mir xIKeen. " il h
6 :30-The Green Hornet. ilo
7.0-arhof Time G len th
7:30Jimy'Kemper & CGoden W st"
7:4-,hifter & Brenner.
8:00-Promenade Orch
8:30-Black Flame. ___________________
8:45-Webster Hall Orch
:. 9:0-Lowry Clark's Orch.
:30--Donald Novis Sings.
1 45 .Roy Shields' Encore.
10:00-Eddie LeBarron Or,
10:15-EzC Schallert Orch, I.
10:30-Enrique Madriguerra Otcl.oJ
11:00-Harry Owen's Qrch.
11 :30-Garwood Van's Orch.
12 :0I-14y Gorrell Orch..
"IT'S A WOW!"
--Variety Daily
J
sys~aUFor which you'll need th
e ~Delmar half-belted four-ti.
" C, " 'Blue or Brittalny Brown.
The Lounge /Model i fan
EDWAD G. - y The smanrt Palm Beadh
R inso ncollared, broad-shouldered,
S~ fl Also a few pairs of nlew
11116 tiful soft shades ,.
i D E "The D w t w t r

f
i
4
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'-""y r Qr A jLIay
;aimed late yesterday that "classes
ere darn good. They knew their
;uff."
Principal-for-a-day David Easlick
,olded three non-cooperative stu-
ents until they broke into tears, con-
,rred with an applicant for a job.
aswered all mail and generally ruled
ings with an iron hand until he
ent out to play golf. Then Robert
ovell, son of Dean A. H. Lovell of
e engineering school, took over.
iretory
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Readvy cash waiting for you
Phone Sam. 6304.
LAUNDRY
AjUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
FOR RENT
OR RENT: Summer or school-year.
4 room furnished apartments. Frig-
idaire, laundry. Phone 3403 Os-
borne, 209 N. Ingalls. 511
WANTED
'ANTED: Students to sell high class
portrait offer in city. Pat or full
time. Some selling experience neces-
sary. White Studio, 110 E. Huron St.
520
LOST AND FOUND
DST: Pink shell-rimmed glasses in
light leather case. Reward. all
Nancy Schaefer, 3458.
Should I ever
Blorrow IMoney?
A, Intelligent bollrowing is the
common-sense way of smooth-
ing out the upsand-downs of
income or expenses.
There are two methods of self-
financing :
1. Save first, then buy.
(Savings Account)
2. Buy first, repay late
(Personal Loan)
" Your choice of these two
ways depends 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: your ability to
repay -small,'-vgular amounts
on the loan plan that's easiest
for you to handle.
* No, endorsers required. Pri-
vacy assured. Loans available
to all] uiversity people except
students.
PERSONALLOANS
Up to $300
Personal Finance Co.
376 Offices
10th Year in Ann Arbor
Ground Floor Wolverine Bldg.
"01-203 S. FOURTH AVE.
Phone 4000 RXV Hon, Mgr.
I Y r

rLORRO BY OOALL
nM THE 139NUINE CLOTYN
WEEK-ENDS
AHEAD ...
com fortable Palm Beach
<sport suit in Cabana
$17/.75
Awhite barathea, $17.75
Evening Form l, %howl-
=ndervwaisf ed. $20.0
:Ins, beach slacks, beau-
$5.50
or Mih a.Men

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