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November 09, 1937 - Image 2

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TIL E M IC H IG AN D A IL Y

TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1937

Anderson To Speak Dana To Broadcast tdn ihst oohrieta
Ii by train, special permission fcor such
To SgmaRhoT' 0 Frts Floods IDAILY OFFICIAL mode of travel must be included in
To Sgma ho a1 or ssthe parent's letter.
An iteriew on ForstsandBULLETIN II Graduate women are invited to e-
Dean H. C. Anderson of the Col- A neve n 'oet n se nteofc.
lege of Engineering will be the guest Floods" with Dean Samuel T. Dana Byri Fox Bacher,
speaker at a meeting of Sigma Rho of the School of Forestry and Conser- TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1937 Assistant Dean of Women.
Tau, honorary engineering speech so- vation will be conducted by a student WoeVOL. XLVIII. Na 38dngte
cietyto beheld a 7:30p~m.WodmynanStudents artdtendigrg tthe To Candidates for Teacher's Certifi-
clen om be9 fhelda:0pm todaynannouncest ronm Mradio prgam ato bem Pennsylvania-Michigan F 0 0 t b a ll cate: As a clarification on the limita-
in Rom 19 f te Uion.brodcat fom orri Hal a 3 ~m.Game: Women students wishmng to tion of elections in eoiucation, it has
His subjtect will be "Free Speech" today. attend the Pennsylvania-Michigan been necessary to specify that stu-
and he will discuss it in connection Copies of this talk may be obtained football game are required to register dents who enroll for a Teacher's Cer- I
W/ith engineering. A regular meet- iby writing to Waldo Abbot, Director in the office of the Dean of Women. tificate may apply only 17 hours
ing will be held following his speech. I f Broadcasting Service. Ann Arbor. A letter of permission from parents tinaro the Liramryt Collegad th
mutbe received in this office not Teacher's Certificate. Students who
O e later than Thursday, Nov. 11. If a wish to elect more than 17 hours in
___ss__ed_______r___ _ - the School of Education must elect
7 these courses in excess of the hours
Preston W. Slosson required for graduation and the cer-
tificate.

EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

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WWJ
P.M'
6:5Dinner Music.
6 :30-Bradcast.
7~5-ouvenirs.Ay.
7:45-Concert Violinist.
830-ayEsther Serenade.
9 :00-Vox Pop.
9:0-olywodMardi Gras.,
11 :-Newscast.HlMsi.
12 00-Nothwood Inn.
WJR
P.M
6:00-Stevenson sports.
6 :15--Comedy Stars.
6:45-Whispering Jack Smith.
7:00-Poetic Meodies.
7:30-HelennMensknn.
8:30-Al Jolson-Martha Raye,
10:3-New Coes toLie.
11:00-Headline News.
11 :45-Meditation.
12:00--Eery Deutsch Orch.

7:45-Crime Clinic.
1 0-azz Noctu1rne.
9:00--Vincent Lo'pez Orech.
10:0Smphonic Strings.
11:0-Canadian Cub Reporter.
11:15--Ted Weems Orch. '
11 :30-Isham Jones Orch.
12:00-Horace Heidt Orch.
6:00-Day in Review.M
6:30-Liner While.
700-Easy Aces.as
7:15-Keen Tracer
7:30Gren Hrnet.
8 :30-It Can Be Done.
930-Mare Weber Orch,
10:0-Hgh ohnson.
IC :30-Harry Horlichi Orch.
11:0Jimy Dorsy Orc1h
12:3--log Thmpson Orch.

MIGHTY DRAMA -of 24 mo-
mentous hours in the life of the
world's most exciting cityl...The
season's greatest film ,.from
the play thcat thrilled the notion I

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TYPING-Carefully and accurately
done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E. King- The second in a series of current SudnTesPrs
sley St. Phone 8344. 106 evensl ectur e byi Prof Paetn~ Sudent Ti ea t Pres
EXPERT radio service by U. of M. will be held at 4:15 p.m. today in the on Wednesday, Nov.,
student. College Radio Service. 522 Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, it was ____
Packard. Call 6049. . 155 announced yesterday by Mrs. Clifford Faculty, College of
MODEN Baut . Sopp - eekWoody, chairman of these lectures. There will be a meetii
MODERNa Batyho rn shp - nee These lectures, which are being held ulty on Thursday, No
finger wave with lemon ring. $50. motlaesosrdb h mr-p.m., in Room 348 We
End permanent $1.00 up. ' can Association of University Women. Building. Changes in
____ __ ___A few season and some slngle admis- Municipal Engineering
FOR RENT sion tickets are still available, Mrs. tion, Civil Engineering
_____-_______-.--- - Woody said. matics will be consider
SUITE with private bath and shower _________ ___
for men. Steam heat, quiet house.~~
Phone 8544. 422 E. Washington. Red Dily Classified Ads First Mortgage Loans

of Dean-
of L.S. & A.
dent and Mrs.
me to students
10, from 4 to
Engineering:
ng of. the fac-
iv. 11 at 4:15
st Engineering
curricula for
.Transporta-
,and Mathe-
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CKLW
P.M.
6:00-Day in Review.
6:30--xciting Moments.
6:45-Lane Prescott Ensemble.
71-edica 1Societyr.

COURTRIGHT TO SPEAK
Coach Ray Courtright will com-
ment on pictures of the Chicago game
at the weekly luncheon meeting of
the University of Michigan Club of
Ann Arbor at noon today in the
Union. Walter Springer of Ann Ar-
bor will be chairman at the meeting.

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NEWS OF
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Comning W ed nesday- C HE ST ER MOR R IS " Flight f rom Glor y"

THEY JUST DON'T TEACH
SOME THINGS IN SCHooL!
TAKE LAUNDERING, for instance. We learned what Pr*r~~
we know, right here in Ann Arbor, from experience. Our *0 0
years of business in Ann Arbor have taught us that an Miimmune5_
increasingly larger number of students are taking ad- ___________
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