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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESD

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Scouting Plane Used As Navy's 'Eyes' In War Maneuvers

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The Navy uses its "eyes" in the form of scouting planes during battle
fornia coast. Here is a seaplane attached to the U.S.S. California, takin
ships and 350 airplanes took part in the tactical exercises which tested
which destroyers are attached to the battle force.

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Student Organizations: Officers ofi
student organizations are reminded MURPHY TAKES A REST. Ill but
that only such organizations as are still his energetic self, Governor
ti Mutphy left today for White Sulphur
approved by the Senate Committee Spring, Va., for medical treatment.
on Student Affairs may insert notices Ignoring doctor's orders to "take it
in the Daily Official Bulletin. Until easy," he disposed of 18 hours of
Opt. 25 last year's list of approved work yesterday before driving to De-
organizations will be used, but after troit, where he boarded a train for.
that date only such groups as have ! Virginia.
qualified for approval this year, by!
submitting lists of officers to the FORD STAGES SHUTOUT: H. C.
Dean of Students, 2 University Hall, Doss, manager of the Kansas City
and otherwise complying with the branch of the Ford Motor Co., said
Committee's rules, will be allowed to today that the plant was closed
exercise this privilege. "permanently" and that the work of
the Kansas City branch has been
Notice: Attention of all concerned, transferred to other plants.
and particularly of those having of-
fices in Haven Hall, or the Western PREPARE FOR WOLVERINES
portion of the Natural Science Build- CHAMPAIGN Ill., Oct. 19.-(,P)-.
ing, to the fact that parking of cars Although their game with Michigan
in the driveway between these two --

NOTICES UOTHING WAN1E D:u x; :Any : uamma ri letap in. ounuuay
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, night between Superior Restaurant
MANY responsible manufacturers are $8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- and G.P.B. House. Reward. 119
seeking new lines of products to ers, old gold and musical instru---
jupplement their present line of ments. Ready cash waiting for you. FOR SALE
production. We are interested in Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
receiving suggestions. Have you an - - BLACK caracul swagger coat, size
article to offer? In your reply state LAUNDRY;14-16. Phone 1-2658. Almost new.
clearly the nature and purpose of 118
your article, material used, has the EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu- FOR RENT
article been patented or is it pat- dent laundry. Will call for and FOR REN
entable, what investigation have deliver. 4863. 1x HEATED GARAGE, 820 Hill St. Call
g you made for the purpose of prov- 3497, after 5 p.m. 117
ing the economical necessity of the LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
r i article you have to offer? If we Careful work at low prices.
mnaneuvers off the S6uthiern Cali- aIe nee-- nth riceyuDIRECTORY TO BE SOLD
are interested in the article you --__
ag off during the drill. One hundred have to offer, we will communicate LOST AND FOUND The Student Directory, which was
a new plan of fleet organization in with you; otherwise no reply will be - Brown key case, initialed py announced as going on
made to your letter. Address Wis- LOST:Brw ke caeintld previouslyanoce asgig n
mad__tManufacturer's Association, R.T.G., Tuesday near Architectural sale yesterday, will go on sale Mon-
First Central Bldg., Madison, Wis. Building. Phone 6539. Reward. day, Oct. 25, according to Irving
116 112 Matthews, '38, business manager.
MODERN Beauty Shop-Specializing I
N 1 51 I~ ~jin Fancy Hairdresses. Shampoo
and finger waved50c. End perma-SICIANSACTO
nent. $1.00. Oil Croquignole, $1.50u
Phone 8100, 117 S.'Maine. TRYOUTS Are Bein Ield
is almost two weeks away, Coach Bob WANTED
Zuppke plunged Illinois' gridiron war- FrCnestansIn
riors into heavy work today for the TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
battle with the Wolverines. Most of Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
the regulars and all the second string 5244. 3x
went through a long session in the STUDENTS to work in fraternities
rain as Zuppke started rebuilding the and sororities. Call 2-1777. Ask for
offense, with Jay Wardley. Ed or Norm, 736 S. State St. 118
NOWMonday, October 18 Eves......83c-$2.75
PLAYING Through Sat.. Oct. 23 sat.Mat. 55c-$22U
A L N.at. 55c-$2D E T R 0 1OT
The Dramatic Event of the Season
PRIOR T NEW YORK ADLNO PRESENTATION
Fy r STA CAST
Wit a Prize in the U. of M. Band
i 4 x f .::.VI rsity Night
RHILLDITO PAURI
GOR"ON KMS LAS JA'FFEa u vn
I BSEN'S LLS HUaiE" See Mr. Revelli Today
Acting Version by Thlornton Wilder ProductionbyJdari
Decorations and Costumes by Donald Oenslaneger Interviews Every Day 3:00-4:30
ORCH. - $2.20-$2.75 WED. !ORCH. - - - $2.20Y
nEVES. BALC. - 83c-$1.0..SL65 MAS. SAT. I A:LC 55c-$IL10-$1L65v
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