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THE MICHIGAN DATLV

FRIDAY, OCT. 15, 19)7

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Delegates Phin 111IlHead Io (ive
To Attend Metal Sermon On Liberals
.Se" Genuine and Spurious Liberals"
Society Ssion will be the subject of the sermon to
be delivered by Dr. Bernard Heller
tonight at the Hillel Foundation as
Members Of Engineering part of the weekly service.
College Faculty Delivers Prof. H. Y. McClusky, of the edu-
Paper In Atlantic City cation school, will address a student,
forum on the subject "If I Were aI
Seven members of the College of New Student," 8 o'clock Sunday eve-!
Engineering plan to attend the an- ning at the Hillel Foundation.
nual convention of the American So- There will be a pop concert at 31
ciety for Metals which will be held p.m. Sunday followed by a meeting of
this year at Atlantic City, October 18- the Palestine Club at 4:30 p.m. at
22, it was announced yesterday. which Bernard Haber, '39, will discuss
The men who will attend this con- the relation of the international sit-
vention are: Dean H. C. Anderson, uation to Palestine. Sunday morning
the Hillel Council will meet to dis-
newly-appointed dean of the engi- th
neering college, Prof. A.. E. White,'cusste current membership drive.
head of the department of research,;

Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241.
The classified columns close at five
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance only lie per reading
line for one or two insertions. l1c per
reading line for three or more insertions.((
(on basis of five average words to line).
Minimum three lines per insertion.
NOTICES
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x I

old boy, between eleven and twelve,
weekdays. Phone 5581 evenings.
103
LAUNDRY
EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and
deliver. 4863. Ix
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND

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WANTED LOST: Parker fountain pen on cam-
--- - --- ---- pus near Angell Hall Dial 5534.
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any 1 99
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, -------------
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- LOST: A gray angora kitten. An-
er., old gold and musical instru- swers to name of Sunda. Front paw
ments. Ready cash waiting for you. sore. Reward. Phone 6923. 95
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x - -
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and Prof. O. W. Boston, Prof. D. W..
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VE LVETS
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$1.95 up
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Indianapolis Spindler and C. L. Clark, all of theo
research department.i
WHO IS PUBLIC ENEMY NO. 1 This delegation will be one of the
NOW?-Manacled hand and foot, largest groups attending the conven-
James Dahlover, sole survivor of the tion from any one source. In con-
one-time braggart Brady gang, was junction with the convention, alumni
held in a closely-watched cell under metallurgists of the University will
$50,000 bond here tonight while fed- hold a luncheon at which Dean Hen-
eral, state and local authorities strove derson will speak.
to decide where to bring him to trial. The delegation from here will of-
fer five of the twenty papers to be
delivered. These are : "A New Ap-
plication for the Short-Time High1
Temperature Tensile Tool," Prof. A.
E. White and Dr. C. L. Clark: "The
Effect of Grain Size on The Oxida-
tion of a Low Carbon Steel," Prof. C.-
Upthegrove and Assistant Prof. C. A.
1 to Siebert; "The Rate of Transforma-
ad- tin in Cast Iron," Prof. W. P. Wood
ngs and Assistant Prof. D. W. Murphy;
and "Effect of Longitudinal Scratches on
my- Valve Spring Wire," . Prof. W. P.
and Wood; "Rupture Strength of Steels
at Elevated Temperatures," Prof. A.
E. White and Dr. C. L. Clark.
G;SWAFER CO. - _-
Phone 8270 AFL Peace Offered
l 'fUQGroii1A
(Continued from Pae it
offer to the AFL Tuesday when
it proposed a conference of 100 leaders
o from each organization. At the same
time, it rejected a Federation pro-
posal that committees of three con-
f er
4Z -~ tThe news from Denver reached
CIO leaders at the end of a day in
which they virtually completed for-
;-, mation of a policy to guide CIO's
~ ~ ~futu re course.
John L. Lewis, chairman of the CIO
c said he would have no comment to-
night on the Federation suggestion.
Asked about the possibility of an
Sofficial statement, possibly tomor-
Urow, Lewis replied:
PH MAIN "Yes, there's always that possibil-
Lewis was compelled by illness to
absent himself from today's confer-
ences.
The Denver action brought no ocm-
ment, either, from members of the
0 r Resolutions Committee who were
meeting privately to consider pro-
nouncements on the undeclared war
between China and Japan.
E ITed Shawn Opens
Oratorical Course
(Continued from Page i)
be given March 15, by Wendell Chap-
man, well-known natural life photo-
grapher. He will show motion pic-
tures he has taken of "Wild Animals
of the Rockies."
Season tickets for the series are
now on sale at the box office in Hill
Auditorium, according to Prof. Carl
G. Brandt of the speech department,
business manager of the Oratorical
Association. Box office hours are 10
a.m. to 12 noon, and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Regular tickets for the opening pro-
gram will not go on sale until Oct. 26.
ce LAST TIMES TODAY
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all "SOFTIE" COMPARED TO
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HUNTING COSTS $25
GWINN. Oct. 14.-(P'-Plea
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"CROSSING THE SAHARA

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ical Instruments
and ALL SUPPLIES
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Phone 6011
Matinees 25c Nights 35c
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EN JEN\KINS _
SUNDAY
I Robert Taylor and Eleanor Powell
A" "Broadway Melody of 1938" l

STARTING TODAY!
3 HILARIOUS DAYS!
~ an$oon

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rifle

WHOEVER called 5534 concerning a
lost pen, please call again. 102
FOR SALE
ONE SET of trap drums. Practicilly
new. Will sacrifice for cash. Phone
2-3478. Sergei. 97
BLACK fur coat. Size. 16. Finger tip
length. Sold reasonable. Dial
2-1756. 96
Notice
An add;tional supply of bi-
cycle licenses has been re-
ceived and is on sale now.
FRED PERRY,
City Clerk.
Save $10.00
Friday and Saturday on your
Topcoat
01'
Overcoat
Tailored by Michaels-Stern of
Rochester
$2450 to $4500
Llama - Fleece - Tweed
-
Ready-to-Wear or Custom
Tailored
$2450 to $4500
The finest fit in Ann Arbor, per-
sonally by Mr. Del Prete, 25
years a tailor. Choose from our
huge stock.
ACCESSORIES
Arrow Shirts -Ties - Underwear
Monito HOSE 3 for $1.00
Sc oble HATS $5.00
J.W. Greene HATS $3.45-$3.85
Leather COATS $7.50 up
Bob Smart SHOES $4.65
SLACKS $3.50 to $7 50
GLOVES - lined, unlined-
$1.95- $2.95
You Get More for Your Money
Here
DISTINCTIV MANS WWAX
'116 EAST LIBERTY ST.
Open Saturday evening till 9

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SPORTLIGHT "DEXTERITY"
Cartoon "Keeper of the Lions"
"Servant of the People"

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TY PICAL
FRESHMAN'S
FIRST DAYS
At the

U.:of M.

A Two-Page kPhoto-Feature
PICTORIALROTOGRAVURE
HERE'S an interesting series of story-telling books; registering and ultimately enjoying his
photographs which reveal highlights of the first first "mixer."
few days in every Ann Arbor freshman's life. Allen Shoenfield supplements the picture-story
Bruce Sheffer, a typical freshman, is pictured with brief, pointed paragraphs.
arriving; arranging for a room; taking his physical Don't fail to see this interesting feature which
exams and scholastic aptitude and audiometer is but one of the scores, in this new 32-page Pic.
tests; buying the traditional "pot"; shopping for torial Rotogravure Magazine.

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