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'-W " THE. MICHIGAN DAILY-

FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938

until the beginning of the second
DAMPLT FF Gsemester of the academic year 1938-
39.

Whereas the Barrioters Society has
been found guilty of conduct having
a tendency to bring discredit upon
itself and the University in connec-
tion with its initiation ceremonies, it
is ordered that said society be sus-
pended until the beginning of the sec-
ond semester of the academic year
1938-1939 and that all public initia-
tion ceremonies by it be prohibited
until the year 1940-1941 and that
the use of such ceremonies thereafter
be subject to approval as to form
and substance.
Sub-committee on Discipline of
the University Committee on
Student Conduct.
To The Members of the Faculty of
the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: The eighth regular
meeting of the Faculty of the College

of Literature, Science, and the Arts
for the academic session of 1937-38
will be held. in Room '1025 Angell
Hall, June 6, 1938, at 4:10 p.m.
Edward H. Kraus
Agenda
1. Adoption of the minutes of thej
meeting of May 2, 1938, which have
been distributed by campus mail
(pages 428-435).
2. Reports,
a. Executive Committe, by Profes-
sor Arthur S. Aiton.
b. University Councilby Professor
Warren E. Blake.
c. Executive Board of the Gradu-
ate School, by Professor A. E. R.
Boak,
d. Advisory Committee on Univer-
sity Affairs, by Professor Preston
Slosson.
e. Deans' Conference, by Dean E. H.
Kraus.
3. Election of six members of the
University Council (4 regular and
2 substitute) and two members of the
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Law And Order' Mayor,

Co-op Group
To Hear Plan
Housing Program Would
Curb Top Prices
A plan for a cooperative housing
program which would limit the upper
price of homes in the district chosen
will be presented by an independent
group of interested persons at the
meeting of the Ann Arbor Co-opera-
tive Society in Lane Hall at 8:00 p.m.
today.
Among the group proposing the
plan are several University profes-
sors. If there is sufficient interest
in the group to warrant making it a
formal organization, construction will
probably be started a year from this
summer.
A unique feature of the program,
according to Prof. Richard U. Rat-
cliff, assistant professor of real es-
tate management, will be the fact
that each home 'site will be owned
by private individuals, but the parks
playgrounds, and public lands will be
owned by the association.

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING_

Mayor Daniel J. Shields of
Johnstown, Pa., storm center of
last summer's steel strike, is shown
in a thoughtful mood after he was'
charged with bribery, extortion,
and malfeasance in office in con-
nection with the financing of "law
and order" forces during the strike.

term. Please
Daily.

write Box 14x, the

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lady companion. Leaving June 10.
Phone 2-3307. Box 13x.
FOR SALE
"COLONEL," cocker spaniel, male,
black and white, registered A.K.C.
Blue Ribbon winner. Four years
old, housebroken, friendly, $35.
1336 Geddes. 580
WRIGHT and 'Ditson tennis raquet.
Light weight, newly re-strung.
$3.00. Call 2-2704 after 6:00. 575
WASHED SAND and gravel. Drive-
way Gravel. Killins Gravel Co.
Phone 7112. 7x
NOTICES
MEN and women are offered the
highest cash prices for their dis-
carded, clothing. See Claude Brown,
512 S. Main. Phone 2-2736. 388
TYPING: Experienced. Reasonable
rates. L. M Heywood, 803 E. King-
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TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
LOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, oldl gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.,
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Single and double rooms
for girls, large yard, trees. 1511
Washtenaw. Tel. 3851. 586
FOR RENT: Single rooms, reason-
able. Also double and large beau-
tiful first floor apartment fur-
nished. 716 Arbor. 572
FOR RENT: Downstairs front apart-
ment. Private bath and entrance.
Between campus and hospital.
Reasonable. Will decorate. Faculty
or employed. Last tenants stayed
seven years. 1324 N. University.
Evenings. 574
FOR RENT: Suites and single rooms,
available for men in summer
school. Directly opposite the cam-
pus. Rates very reasonable. 512 S.
State Street. Phone 4293. 576
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Silver Omega watch, silver
wrist band. Finder please notify D.
Adams. Telephone 5617. Reward.
578
LOST: Light leather bill fold con-
taining valuable papers. Reward.
Call 6740. 577
MALE HELP WANTED
IALE HELP WANTED: Summer
work. Choice territory available,
demand for product in every home,
better than average commission;
Write Mr. Reese. 1463 National
Bank Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 585
WANTED: Men students to work one
hour a day to apply on board and
room for summer or fall term. 523
Packard. 583

See The New Graduate School
- -but Be Sure To Get A Guide

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1938 DRAMATIC SEASON PRESENTS
PAULIN E LORD
in her Original Role
"THE LATE CH ,RISTOPHER BEAN"
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK at 8:30
Matinee: Saturday at 3:15
Prices: Evenings: $1.50 - $1.10 - 75c - Matinees: 75c and 60c
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Box Office Open Now -- Phone 6300

By HARRY L. SONNEBORN
The swarm of visitors who de-
scended upon the new Horace H.
Rackham School of Graduate Studies
Tuesday, together with the fresh re-
inforcements which have been pour-
ing in hourly since, have kept the
staff of guides busier than the pro-
verbial one-armed paperhanger af-
flicted with hives.
Right now is probably the best
chance you'll have to explore the
building, before the Commencement
Week crowds show up. But we would
advise you not to make the mistake
we made. We tried to find our way
around without a guide.
Maybe that doesn't sound too hard,
but maybe you haven't yet been in
the Rackham building. The first
floor is not so bad. The main audi-
torium is right in the center with
the offices on each end, and every-
thing can be located from those three
landmarks. But once you start up
the stairs and get awayfrom terra
firma, you never can tell just where
you'll wind up.
From the head of the stairs you
naturally start right down the hall-
way, and that's where you make your
first mistake. You really should
mark your path with chalk or un-
wind a lot of twine so that you can
find your way back. Because when
you turn your first corner, you are
completely baffled.
There are doors opening every
which way, and several other halls
coming together, and all of them
make at least a figure eight at some
time in their length. You find ele-
vator shafts where there can't be
elevator shafts, because they were
someplace else on the main floor, you
think. You see great study lounges
through glass doors, opening off in
directions where you thought East
Huron Street must lie, teeming with
traffic. In short, everything seems
to be where something else should be.
If you go right away, you will be
R ichherg, Arnold
At Detroit Meeting
Thurman W. Arnold, recently
named first assistant United States
attorney general, and Donald R.
Richberg, former NRA administrator,
will address the thirty-fourth annual
convention of the Advertising Fed-
eration of America, June 12 to 16
in Detroit.
William J. Cameron, of the Ford
Motor Co., will also speak. Arnold,
director of the anti-trust prosecu-
tions of the Department of Justice,
will discuss monopoly regulation.
Richberg will speak June 14 in a
symposium entitled "A Common
Road to Progress." He will represent
the viewpoint of the federal govern-
ment. Others will speak for indus-
try and labor.
H. W. CLARK
ENGLISH BOOTMAKER
Custom-Made Boots to Your Measure
Riding Boot, hand-sewn welt, hand-
lasted, from $6.75 up. All kinds of
oxfords made to measure from $7.50 up.
534 Forest Ave. Ann Arbor, Mich.

able to see the workmen finishing
the small auditorium on the third
floor. This auditorium, seating some
500 people, is built in the shape of
a cirle, and all the seats are on a
steep incline so that full view may be
had of the laboratory table on *the
rostrum. The auditorium is nearly1
completed, but workmen are still as-
sembling the huge screen. This
screen will be concealed by draperies
that can becontrolled from the pro-
jection booth-which, by the way, is
entirely invisible, unless you know
where to look for it.
But if you decide to see the Rack-
ham building now or later, don't for-
get to go through with a guide. If
you don't take one, you may find
yourself stepping down elevator
shafts, like we almost did. Besides,
the guides that we noticed on our
way out, Vwhen it was too late, were
all very lovely creatures.

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