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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until "3:30; 11:00 a mn on Saturday.

Psychology 31 and History 12, Lecture day and Thursday evenings from
Group 1, are requested to take the l to 9:30 for the next two weeks.
psychology examination at the regu-
lar time on Saturday morning, June Churches
4th; and the special history examina-
tion on Wednesday, June 8, at 7 p.m.4 First Church of Christ, Scien
in Room 229, Angell Hall. 409, So. Division St.
11. C. Carver Sunday morning service at 1
Albert Hyma. Subject, "God The Only C
and Creator."
English 102. For final examination, Golden Text, Rev. 4:11.
June 10, 2-5, students A to M report Sunday School at 11:45 after
to 1025 A.H.; M to Z to Room B, morning service.
Haven Hall. J. L. Davis.
First Methodist Church. Mor
History 196, 198. Students enrolled ,~- ~~

7:30

worship at 10:40 a.m. Dr. Brashares
will preach on "Snow White."
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
The services of worship Sunday are:
8:00, a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30
a.m. Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kin-
dergarten, 11:00 a.m. Holy Commun-
ion and Sermon by the Rev. Henry
Lewis.
Harris Hall: The final meeting for
students athHarris Hall will, be held
Sunday night. There will be an in-
formal Open House with games and
refreshments for those who would like
a bit of'respite from the grind of ex-
aminafions. All Episcopal students
are cordially invited.

Albion To Gr'aduate
127 At Exercises
AlbionCollege will confer 127 bach-

Haber Addresses
Delinquency Meet
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:lor of arts degrees and two master - ----
>f arts degrees at its 103rd Com- noon sections, and Inspector Edward
inencement, Monday. The list of Kunath of the Narcotics Division of
7raduates includes 111 from 56 Mich- the Detroit Police Department, who
gan communities and 16 from out1 spoke on the effects of marihuanat
of the State. and similar drugs upon youth. In-
Today has been designated as Al- spector Kunath pointed out that edu-
amni Day with special meetings of cation by parents is the most effec-
all classes. tive way to fight dope peddlers.

Reed To Direct. Audit
Of New Deal For GOP
Dr. Thomas H. Reed, former pro-,
fessor in the political science depart-
ment was appointed by the Republi-
can party program committee yester-
day to direct an audit of New Deal
policies. Results of Dr. Reed's in-
vestigation will be used by the party
in the 1940 platform for the presiden-
tial election.

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with Professor Aiton in these regard-
ing courses should arrange for final
consultations at their earliest con-
venience.
Events Today
The public is invited to the Angell
Hall Observatory from 8 to 10 tonight
to observe the moon. Children must
be accompanied by adults.
1938 Dramatic Season. Last' two per-
formances: Matinee at 3:15 today of
Pauline Lord in her original role in
"The Late Christopher Bean." Also
evening performance at 8:30. A few
tickets still available at the Mendel-
ssohn box office. Phone 6300.
Coming Events
Faculty, School of Education: The1
regular-luncheon meeting of the fac-
ulty will be held on Monday, June 6,
at 12 o'clock at the Union.
Graduate History Club: There will
be a meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday, June
5, in Room 315 Haven Hall, Urgent
business matters must be settled and
election of officers for next year will
take place. Please enter the building
by the south-west door.
Swimming, Women Students: The
Union Pool will be open for recrea-
tional swimming for women on Tues-

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CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
WEDDIG ANNOUNCEMENTS
Either engraved or printed-we are equipped to
give you any type or class of work that you prefer.
and how about your supply of CALLING
CARDS?
100 Engraved Cards with Plate . . . $1.65
The MAYER-SCHAI RER Co.
Stationers - Printers - Binders
Office Outfitters

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FOL LETT'S

112 South Main Street

Phone 4515

MICHIGAN BOOK S TORE

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322 South State Street at North University

Phone 6363

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A FREE RIDE

HOME!

Get one of these bargains offered
Arbor Dealers; drive it home to
summer or sell it for a profit.

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Drive A
Bargain Home
1930 Ford, 2 door .........$50
1929 Ford, 4 door......$45
1929 Packard, 4 door Sedan $50
1930 Pontiac Coach .......$75
1930 Hudson, 4 door Sedan $50
1932 Hudson Sedan.......$150
1932 Ford B4, 2 door ......$125
1933 Ford, 2 door.........$150
1932 Plymouth, 4 door ...$125
1934 Ford, 4 door ........ $185
We now have in stock 75 good
used cars ranging in price from
$50 to $500. Visit our lot.
400 W. Washington Street
"Your Ford Dealer"
Johnson & Cushing
OUTSTANDING
BARGAINS
1931 Chev. Roadster .....;$75
1931 Chev. Coupe ......... $75
1929 Ford Coach ..........$20
1932 Pontiac Coach .......$95
A. G. LUTZ
315 W. Huron Phone 24441
ECONOMY PLUS
1930 Buick Sedan .......$85.00
1932 Chev. Sedan .. . ...$115.00
1932 Plymouth Coupe . . $95.00
1931 Essex .Sedan ...... $65.00
1930 Ford Coach ....... $65.00
1929 Dodge Sedan......$55.00
Ann Arbor
Buick Service Co.
Ashley at Huron

ASK THE MAN WHO BOUGHT ONE
LAST JUNE we sold used cars to several students to drive home.
They all reached their destinations without trouble of any sort. One
of the cars we sold went to the Engineering Camp in Wyoming, then
on to the Pacific and back to Ann Arbor without any expense except
gas and oil. The car cost only $125.
Tell us what you want to do and we will see that you get a car
that will serve you dependably at a price you can afford to pay.
GOOD USED CARS from $50 up
DUANE-WI LTSEE, INC.
DEPENDABLE MOTOR CARS
Corner 5th and Huron

Next to Packer's Outlet

Phone 23234

WHY PAY BUSS FARE?
Home when you can buy a good used car for so little cash,
1931 Studebaker 6-4 dr. sedan, motor overhauled-good con-
dition, full plates, a real bargain at ........................$125.00
1930 Ford Fordor-good finish, good rubber, full plates ...... $85.00
1930 Ford Tudor-Exceptionally clean, upholstery is good
and so are; the tires, only.............................$75.00
1929 Ford Conv. Coupe-practically new tires, very good,....$50.00
1928 Chrysler Coupe. Still has lots of unused transporta-
tion--a good buy at........ .. ..................$25.00
Many other late model cars to select from
SCHAIBLE MOTOR SALES, INC., 310 E. Washington St.
Phone 23511-Open Evenings
GOOD USED CARS
$40 $60 ..0$75. $95
St:eblers&gSos
Lot: Corner Washington* & Ashley Sts.

Used Car Store

121 W. Washington

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