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FRIDAY, FEB. 25, 1938

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'Librarian Leaves
For Lancashire
In the second direct exchange of3
librarians between English libraries'
and the University, Margaret Blashill
of the Catalog Department will leave
on April 11 from New York City for
the County Library of Lancashire at
Preston, according to Dr. William W.
Bishop, librarian.
Elizabeth Stark of the Lancashire
County Library, will come to Ann
Arbor at about the same time. Miss.
Blashill and Miss Stark hold similar
positions in their respective libraries
and will study each other's systems
and methods for a six month period.
In the spring of 1935, Helen Wolter
of the University Library exchanged
places with Evelyn Evans of the Pub-
lic Library of Coventry, England.
This first exchange proved very valu-
able in familiarizing each librarian
with the workings of the library sys-
tem in the country she visited, ac-
cording to Miss Blashill.
SRA To Inaugurate
Sociological Trips
A series of reconcilliation studies
to be sponsored by the Student Re-
ligious Association will begin work
March 2, in Ann Arbor, it was an-
nounced yesterday.
Visits will be made to the Family
Welfare Service, the court and a
factory, in order to gain a betterf
understanding of the city. A meet-
ing of all those interested in par-;
ticipating in this study will be heldh
March 1, at Lane Hall.
Trips to Detroit and to Milan,
where the group will study the fed-
eral penitentiary, are planned for a
later date.

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Recalled For Instructions

Designer Stout Sees Housing
Revolutionized In Near Future

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B MALCOLM LONG
Housin is due to be revolutionized,
and all housing will become movable
within the xnet few years, William
Stout, designer of the Ford tri-motor
airplane, the Scarab car and the new
folding houses-said recently in an ad-
dress to the Society of Automotive
Engineers
On a recent visit to Mount Vernon,
Mr. Stcut notet that the entire con-
struction of the house was exactly as
houses are 6uflt today.
"Housing has been frozen to old
methods by labor unions, Mr. Stout
declared, "And now the government
is about to pour in $50,000,000 to per-
petuate an old system."
Eighty per cent of all trailers sold
last year were for permanent housing
and trailers were not meant for this,
Mr. Stout stated. In a few years,
large companies will have entire com-
munities of foundations surrounding a
club house, swimming pool, stores and
movie houses. Persons will come and
rent these foundations for about $10
and set up their mobile house within
less than an hour, he prophesied.
These homes will be much cheaper
than present ones for they will be
manufactured on a mass production
basis and will even be cheaper than

folding house, the new combination
trailer-car and the world famous
Scarab car, all of which are now in
production under orders.
The house, composed of two rooms
each 15x15 with partitions with which
to form additional rooms, folds into
a trailer moving all furniture, curtains
and the venetian blinds in a minute
and a half. This house was shown
throughout the country in a recent
issue of "The March of Time.",
The Scarai' which was on view in
front of the Union is the original
car with the rear motor. The name
scarab is taken from the ancient
Egyptian hieroglyphic sign which
signified stupendous, colossal and
anything the opposite of traditional.
Guests of the Society were the
American Society of Mechanical En-
gineers and the American Institute of
Aeronautical Science.
ENGINEERS DEBATE TOLEDO
Sigma Rho Tau, engineers' speaking
society, debated a team from the Un-
versity of Toledo Wednesday night in
the Union on the question: "Resolved,
That Diesel Engines Shall Replace
Gasoline Engines in All Trucks of
Over Four Tons Capacity." The
judges' decision declared the result
a draw.
SUNDAY DINNER
with HOME COOKING
is a Real Treat!
UNIVERSITY GRILL
Phone 9268 615 E. William St.

Staubach Discusses
Science, Invention
In Spanish History
The position of science and inven-
tion in Spain from the times of the
Romans to the present was discussed
yesterday by Dr. Charles Staubach
of the romance language department
in a lecture before more than 75
members of the Sociedad Hispanica
in the Romance Language Building.
He explained this position by
sketching briefly the contributions of
the Spaniards under the Romans, the
Moors, during the period of the con-
quest of the Americas and in modern
times, showing that although Spain
has relegated the natural and experi-
mental sciences to a position sec-
ondary to the social sciences, there is
not a complete lack of that kind of
work.
This was the second in the series of
Spanish lectures sponsored by the so-
ciety and will be followed by another
on March 16 by Prof. Herbert A. Ken-
yon on "Ensenatza Universitaria En
Hispano-America."
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MATHEMATICS CLUB TO MEET
The Junior Mathematical Club will
hold its first meeting of the semes-
ter today at 4:15 p.m. in Room 3201
A. H. Charles L. Dolph will discuss
"Attempts to Prove-the iihpossible."
FLASHY
Radio Sale
at
BOB COLTEN'S
RADIO SHOP
in Slater's Balcony
IT'S A COMEDY KNOCKOUT
(-WITH A CAPITOL KAY!
* *
K AY'
FRANCIS!
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The Earl of Perth (above), Brit-
ish ambassador to Rome, was re-
called to London to receive instruc-
tions on the British-Italian nego-
tiations. Before leaving Italy, he
conferred with Count Galeazzo
Ciano, Italian foreign minister.
STAMP CLUB TO MEET

The Ann Arbor Stamp Club will cars for there wilL be no expensive
hold its fifth annual exhibition and tools or dies required to make them,
banquet in the Union tomorrow be- the auto executive continued.
ginning at 1 p.m. The banquet will be From the colored movies shown by
served at 6:30 p.m. followed by an Stout, approximately 150 students
auction. and faculty members saw the new

EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

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MARSHALL Cut-Rate Drug
231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 -- 8 Doors North of Kresge's
KOTE 2-c - MODESS 19c - TAMPAX 33c - WIX 39c.
1c I60c
LIFEBUOY SOAP Admiration Shampoo
4 for19c 24c
1MAN FACTOR SOCIETY and THEATRICAL CREAMS

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P.M.
6:00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30-Exciting Moments.
6:45-H~appy Joe "Quiz."
7 :00-Fulton Lewis, Jr.
7:30-United Press Bulletins.
7:45-Henry Weber Orch.
8:00-Black Horse Tavern.
8:30-Happy Hals Housewarming.
9:00-Operetta.
9:3Q-Bamberger Symphony.
10:00-Canada, 1938.
11 :00-Boni our Paris.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Jack Bitzmers Orch.
12:00-Guy Lombardo Orch.
12:30-Kay Kyser Orch.
WXYZ
P.M.
6:00-Day in Review.
6 :15-Factffinder.
6:30-Girl Friends.
6:45-Lowell Thomas.
7:00-Mary Small.
7:30-Lone Ranger.
8:00-Grand Central Station.
8:30-Death Valley Days.
9:00-To Be Announced.
9:30-Tommy Dorsey Orch.
10:00-Dance Music.
10 :30-Dance Music.
11:00-John McKay.
11:15-Dance Music
11:30-Henry Busse Orch.
12 :00-Graystone.
12:30-Dance Music.

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P.M.
6 :00--Ty Tyson.
6B:15-Dinne rMusic.
6 :30-Bradeast.
6 :45-Michigan Highways.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
7:1.5-Radio-xtran
7:45-Sports Review.
8:00--Lucille Manners.
9:00-Waltz Time.
9:30-TrueM Story Hour.
10:00-First lighter.
10:30-Jimmy Fidler.
10:45-Dorothy Thompson.
11:00-Newscast.
11 :15--Dance Music.
11:30-Dance Muslic.
12 :00-lDAl'Ochestra.
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6:00-Stevenson News.
6:15-Mel6dy and Rhythm.
6 :45--Songtime.
7:00-Poetic Melodies.
7 :30-Vict-or Arden Music.
7 :45--Ma1"garet Daum.
8 :00-H~meistein Music Hall.
8 :30-Paul Whiteman Orch.
9:00-H-ollywood Hotel.
10 :00-Songslhop.
10:45-Mtusical.
11 :00-Headline News.
11:15-Weet in Review.
11 :45-George Olsen's Orcli.
12:30--Ted Flo Rito Orch.

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Classified Directory

HOUSE
offers

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NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S
SEE OUR NEW ARROW SHIRTS
WvrIeLD & COMPANY
State Street on the Campus

Information7
please!
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"What shirt on the market absolutely defies
shrinkage is known for high style, and is
reputed to give lasting wear?"
"Why, Arrow, of course. Your Arrow dealer
has a large assortment - $2. and up."'
AfROJI7 5H/iRTS

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 Deiver--Free of Charge
PRICES ARE FOR WASHING
AND IRONING
Shorts.......................4c
Tops.........................4c
Socks (pr.).................... 3c
Pajamas....................1
Shirts .........................14c
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Individually Done-No Marking
236
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
NOTICES
DRIVEWAY Gravel. Killins Gravel
Company. Tel. 7112. 7x
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 232
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies far coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.
FOR RENT

FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Small Grunow Radio. See
M. Barber, Room 1 University Hall.
Phone 4143. 412
PIANO: Modern upright. Very good
condition. Must sell at sacrifice. Call
8590.
FANCY APPLES, sweet cider; pop-
corn. Will deliver. Phone 3926. 1003
Brooks. 390
OAK WOOD, best grade, for fireplace,
or furnace. Delivered. 106 Barker
Road, Whitmore Lake. 'Phone 57
or 2-1964 mornings. 392
WANTED
EARN EXTRA MONEY - Student
agents wanted to represent Old
Hickory made-to-order fraternity
paddles, plaques, dance souvenirs,
scrapbooks. For particulars write:
Old Hickory Company. Indian-
apolis, Ind. 407
LOST AND FOUND
ONE BLACK SUEDE antelope purse
with gold leather coin spots. Con-
taining valuables. Please return to
1205 Hill St. 405
WHITE GOLD Elgin watch with black
cord band in Barbour Gym. Har-
riet Dean. 2-2569. 413

Jar of
DRY SKIN MIXTURE
Box of
CHIFFON POWDER

BOTH
FOR
ONLY

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For the first and only time we offer you the
opportunity to try at a tremendous saving that
famous Salon Formula from Primrose House-
Dry Skin Mixture.
During this week you can purchase a full size $3 jar of
Dry Skin Mixture and a regular $1 box of Chiffon Powder
--both for $2. Don't miss this chance to try this remark-
able Dry Skin Mixture-a blend of 4 vital beauty oils
never before combined in one cream. What it does for dry,
"thirsty", dull, sallow skin is a revelation. Remember,
this offer is limited to this week only-so come in at
your earliest opportunity.
Campus CUT RATE Drugs
218 S. State NEXT TO GOLDMAN'S Phone 9392

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of this all comedy bill Show
continuous daily.
25c until 5:30 - 35c to close

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Pleats

LARGE double with adjoining lava-
tory. Also single room. Shower.
Steam heat. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 414
SOUTHEAST section. Large, pleasant,
sunny room in private home.
Shower, garage. Graduate student
or instructor. Phone 7540. 409
SIX-ROOM and eight room houses.
Near campus. Whaley-Clapp. Phone
2-1964. 408
ROOMMATE: Gentile-for clean,
comfortable room ' block from
campus. Three dollars. 224 S.
Thayer. Phone 3022. 406
SUNNY quiet room. Excellent bed.
Private home. Meals if desired.
Phone 2-2943. 388
STENOTYPY
MACHTNR HT- THANn

LAST TIMES TODAY --
A GREAT DRAMA
but greater --
tug to!Tears
Thrlals!
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are Full of New Tricks

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in navy or black with
crisp white touches, wool $4.95 to $25
bolero styles, gaucho nets!

ExACTLy the blithe frock you need to brighten
life now, is in the Budget shop! Lively prints, new
Gaucho styles in pastel
chiffon, boleros with $8.95 to $ 9
striped blouses, gay nets!

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