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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Local Churches
Mark Sabbath
*In Y-aried Rites
Srashares Will Pi'each On
Snow.,White'; Picnic Is
Planned For Lutherans
(Continued' from Page 1)
masses officiated by Rev. J. C., Berry,
assistant in charge.
Masses will be held at 6, 7:30, 9,
and 10:30 a.m. at St. Thomas Cath-
olic church conducted by Rev. Tho-
mas R. Carey, pastor, and Rev. John
M. Lynch, Rev. A. G. Reckinger, andI
R4ev. J. C. Berry, assistants.
Sunday school at 11:45 a.m. will
follow the sermon "God the Only
Cause and Creator" at 10:30 a.m. at
the First Church of Christ, Scientist.
St. Andrew's 4piscopal church. will
hold communion services at 8 and 11
a.m.,led by Rev. Henry Lewis with
Rev. Frederick W. Leech assisting. A
student meeting and open house will'
be held at Morris Hall at 7 p.m.
Frederick Cowin, minister of the
church of Christ, Disciples, will con-
duct morning services at 10:45 a.m.
following Bible School at 9:30 a.n.
Members are invited to attend a so-
cial hour and' tea at 5 :30 p.m. after
which evening affairs will be closed
with a student group discussion at
6:30 p.m.
The last meeting of the Ann Arbor
Friends will be held at a picnic at
the Saline Valley Cooperative Farm
Suday afternoon. Cars will leave
*the Michigan League' at 3 :30 pm.
The Hillel Foundation will observe
Shevous service Sunday evening at
7:30 p.m. All those interested are cor-

Union Exeeutuie

Council For 1938

Heckscher Praises University
In Account Of Travels Here

University are comparable with the
buildings in Stockholm, one of the
most architecturally perfect cities in
the world, Professor Heckscher con-
tinued. Especially prominent in this
category is the Horace H. Rackham
School for Graduate Studies, he said.
The Law School at the University
is comparible with those at Oxford

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C)ON i~LUW~

By ETHEL NORBERGI
The University of Michigan is one
of the finest examples of a state
university in the United States, Prof.
Eli F. Heckscher said in a recenti
article appearing in the Dagens
Nyheter, Stockholm newspaper. Pro-
fessor Heckscher lectured here dur-
ing the past winter under the au-
spices of the Scandinavian-Ameri-
can Foundation.1
A fact -moststartling to Professor,
Heckscher is the great number of
private endowments to a state in-
stitution such as the University, a
thing which is practically unheard of
in Sweden. He described at length
the Rackham foundation, the Clem-
ents Library, the Law School and
several other buildings which had
been endowed by private individuals.
Although these persons are greatly
interested in furthering education, he
said, they are also interested in per-
petuating their own names.
Although these large donations are
commendable, Professor Heckscher
said, it is too bad that they have to
ST ROH'S CARLI NG'S
FRIAR'S A LE
-------- At All Dealersr
J.J. O'KANE, Dist. Dial 3500

be "earmarked." It would be much
better in his- opinion if the univer-
sities had the right to spend the

money as they chose and not for any and Cambridge according to Profes-
specific purposes. Another deterring sor Heckscher. He spoke with mAch
factor of the donations is that the commendation of the excellent law
president of the university spends faculty and th'e beautiful buildings.
much of his time in trying to get Professor Heckscher, during his
more of them when this time could be tour of the United States giving lec-
used more valuably in educational du- tures, was one of the delegation of
ties, he says. ngSwedish scholars sent to the United
Some of the newer buildings at the States

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SPECIAL PERFOR MANCE TONIGHT
GAY and WITTY
_DOROTHY SANDS
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"STYLES IN ACTING"
Orchestra: $1.50-$1.00 Balcony: 75c
Lydi M OENDELSSOHN Theatre
BOX OFFICE OPEN NOW Phone 6300

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Above are the membe'rs of the Union Junior Executive Council, who were installed May 11. Members of
the council are: Paul Brickley, '39, president; Don Belilen, '39, recbrding secretary: Ted Spangler, '40, publi-
city; Douglas Tracy, '40E, cooperative; John Knecht, '40E, social; Harry L. Sonneborn, '40, Daily correspon-
dent; Harry Howell, '40, orientation; James Wills, '40, house: James Halligan, '40, social; Hadley Smith,
'40, house; Don Nixon, '40, publicity; Clifford Livingston, '40, cooperative; and Don Treadwell, '40, orien-
tatioti.

dially invited to attend.
The service of confirmation at the
Trinity Lutheran church will be held
after the Sermon "Confirmation
Aims" at 10:30 a.m. Lutheran stu-
dents will meet in the Zion Lutheran
parish hall for a fellowship hour
after which lunch will be served.

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WANTED
EXPERIENCED cook wants position
as fraternity or sorority cook. Has
seven years eperience on the cam-
pus. Call 8892 after 7. 527
QUIET junior medical student wishes
room and, if possible,I meals with
private family' beginning with Fall
term. Please write Box 14x, the
Daily.
DRIVITG TO CALIFORNIA. Wanted
lady companion. Leaving June 10.
Phone 2-3307. Box 13x.
FOR SALE
ELECTROLUX kerosene operated re-
frigerator. Never used, ideal for
cottage or summer home. Drastic
reduction in price. Phone 3514.
UPPER PENINSULA student will, sell;
half price ticket via Chicago to
Negaunee. -Call 4482.
WASHED SAND and gravel. Drive-,
way Gravel. Killins Gravel Co.
Phone 7112. 7x'
NOTICES
GERMAN TUTOR--Reasonable rates
Walter' E. Roth--309 Thompson.
Call 9778. 553f
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-
sley St. Phone 8344. 10x
TYP.ING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
.wLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies, fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready'cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.
K~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
FORR RENT: Clean, pleasant,,attrac
ti ve room for, business girl or, grad-
uate student at 749 S. Stake. Call
2-3449. 588
FOR RENT: Large 5 room apart-
ment. Two bedrooms, bath with
*hower. kitchen, dining room, large

living room. One block from cam-
pus. 500 E. Williams. Phone 3516.
589
FOR. RENT: A specially desirable
faculty home for summer session.
Call 8476.
MALE HELP WANTED
NMALE 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
H. W. CLARK
ENULISH 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.
,34 ,Forest Ave. Ann Arbor, Mich.

Read andU e The Michigan Daily ClassifiedAds.
Opening Tuesda,
JUNE 7th, at 8:30 P.M.
DORIS DALTON
in the amusing London and New York success
"FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS"
by TERENCE RATTIGAN
with a fine company including Nigel Blake,
Joanna Roos, Otto Hulett, Cornel Wilds.
Auguste Aramini, Alan Hewitt, and Hayden
Rorke.
Lydia MENDELSSOH N Theatre
Box Office Open Now Phone 6300

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PERFORMANCES TODAY AT 1-3-5-7-9 P.M-

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EXHYRA
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Here is a complete electric cooking appliance: It
will perform every cooking operation possible on 195
akitchen stove. In addition to baking, it-will roast
all cutsof meat to perfection; it willfry eggs,steaks, Rectangular Model
chops, hamburgers; it will steam vegetables, fruits,
puddings and cereals.(Other styles $9.50 up)

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stores, electric appliance dealers and all Detroit Edison offices

Uses for The Electric Cooker... 6

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LAN BONDI
also
Pete Smith Oddity
Cartoon and News

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ROASTING MEATS TO MELTING
TENDERNESS IS ONLY ONE USE
FOR THE ELECTRIC COOKER. MANY
WOMEN HAVE DISCOVERED THAT
IT WILL ALSO BAIKE CAKES, PIES '
AND PASTRIES THAT ARE
DELIGHTFULLY FLAKY AND
GOLDEN. PERFECT RESULTS
CAN BE ACHIEVED TIME t
AFTER TIME WITHOUT
GUESSWORK.

fOOD and
SERVICE
at Reasonable Prices
Spec al Luncheons
25c up
Complete Dinners
40c up

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