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~AGZ~WOTHE MICHIGAN DAILY
It' A Dog's Life, Inquiry Into Girl's Death I'Good Paper Makes 1pride to a "filler" on page one: "If all acri
Iieoerre InPhildelpiathe people in the world were put in us that
T T But D og Gets Break RependIhiaep Debut In Ann Arbor( North America the population would lazy-I
PHILDELPIA, ov. 4-(.P)-Wilbu
T WW 11v B R I At HelenPIADLHANv 2 -- ___ tl not be as thick as in England." motf
Ath lnNewberry' Coroner Charles H. Hersch announced: Continued from Page i) But already dissension has gruffly edsot
____________________________________________today he would reopen the inquest k-- - raised its ugly haunches in the coun- his edit
inSpinthsueayiiteycon a position that any maninotedahffv-yrolNnc Daily" are now being signed by the ci roms of our fellow journalist, 'newspap~
Spn pan hOccupyingy out n n awriter.gie isrihtTrhatoth ditso fveryarol NnunusualTatisvey nuund n
Spain gifts fo oe Postoffice officialsi for, is Helen Newberry's Kerry Blue Glenn for which blonde Mary K.! was never done before.'
IIENDAYE, Franc-Spanish for- announced today that parcel post: terrier Kerry. O'onnor is held without bail. The social consciousness of the:
der. An Insurgent communique as- service has been suspended. Kerry was brought here tnis fall; Late today Mayor S. Davis Wilson "good paper for good people" is aptly Today!
serted Tuesday that Barcelona wasI from her home in Connecticut by her! announced he would have a ,Cnew demonstrated by a page-two plea for
so close to famine that in the lastt L.ansing owner. Miss Ruth H. Danielson, social! five "more traffic lights in our city."I ~'
Week 200 civilians fainted in the APITETo .J eae ietro ee ebry er a charge brought against Miss O'Con-i Yesterday's accident story runs: "On
streets from lack of food.i of Grand Rapids as receiver for the: only three pet peeves-cats. squiirl o n e red r.MreKbe odyngt o.1.acrgi
Great Britain Michigan Securities Investment Cor- and saxophones. Whenever the house Phillips, 25 The charge has no direct thirty-five miles an hour on Ford
poration was announced by Oti- holds an informal dance she wil connection with the death of thei Road went off the road and into a
LONDON-Unemployment has de- cuit Court Judge Leland W. Carr., not go near it.. child. The Mayor said it was basedthtree. One man was badly' hurt, an-
alined 25.6 per cent in the depres- Neil Wagenaar, secretary and treas- As a rule dogs are not allow ed in, on ai incident that witnesses toldter twonotoo bdly etweean i
sioe-stricken areas of England and urer of the corporation and directing dormitories but Dean Lloyd will make int a curda uiia u aei napet a a.
Wales, but returning prosperity has head during the illness of the i- a special case of this one as ong as - i r~
hairdly touched masacod ny oa otb it thevestment manyt.rsdnt ge there are no complaints. mer camp for children last summer. The resourceful editor pointed with 81s tet~cm 'k
George Gillett, commissioner of the_____________
impoverished dsrcs WOMAN DROWNS IN MIL LPOND '1A~hEETOPSPND MU S ICAL I NSTRUM EN TS a nd rr c ns OOr
Fa cHLLDLMc.Nv244) inElection of freshman class officers F /1>e®r
Frn eHLSAE ih o.2-3- nthe Architectural School has been E Cb
ARSTeFec GoenetMsMaeLacse,5,was foundI postponed until next week, Hugh ALL SUPPL IE and REPI~RS-\Itrhe P"r by
Th rhearmlarked $60,000,000 yesterday in a Ms ae drowned in a millpond at Litchfield,i Rader, president of the Men's Coun- / heJ 't allt cr
thlird attempt to satisfy demands of north of here today. cil announced yesterday. or id' s 'U gi Crs, e ay
the popowerful ermGovernment' S cmpaloyes' eM u ic_0%__eunon,_frpayincreses,_hrrymyeh______him_
IENNSB3RUCK-Police with swing- t_33EstLbety - Phn_61
ing clubs today cleared the principal ______ __ ___
street of striking Innsbruck Univer- NOTICES 6019 Chestnut St Philadelphia Pa!
sty students and other disturbers as 164-----------
stdn tie pedoe uti.TYPING-Carefully and accuiately; TYPING, neatly and accurately done. +nca.
u s done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E King-1 Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone Frta hnsiigFat ev
United States sley St. Phone 8344 106 5244. 3x 3 nothing "undone." Have
WASHINGTON - Christmas will1 MODERN Beauty Shoppe - Week CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
be. a disappointment for Americans Special Fitch or Drene shampop and, odadnwsis vrota 3
________________ finger wave with lemon ring 50c' $,$5 aisfrcas yert ARBOR SPR INGS WATER!
_nemaet$10 pes, old gold and musical instru-
I~VI4IIN~ R DO RESAKNG ltrain nd ments. Ready cash waiting for you.I I On the Table
repairing. Expert alteration of knit; Phone Sam. 6304. 2
PROGRAMS wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath- LAUNDRY tcoein oivietBtlSzs.-Wi i Pefeti cas, tdi
rine. Call 42. 133 LAUNDRiYi. 204.o darned. ! Joan BLONDE
WANTE.. .. I Caeful IIIGI HEHRBE. EDW EV
___--- WAN-D __ Carfulwor atloNprcesTON__. ~DICK FORAN .E
6P0DyinRv.M. WANTED: Position as cook, frater- LOST AND FOUND ROBERTS . MAY JENKIN . ,icedb 1
6:0-aievewrb r Springs CL'titereenmo.b
6 15-Fatflnder. i nrity or sorority, by white woman. ---- --------Directed by 611cte
6:5-Liwell Thomae. Neat and capable. Good references.' LOST: Scotty pup,.fmale. Call 2-2320 A FIRST eceNATI or~ PICTUR.
7:00-Easy Aces. Seven years experience. Phone 226.1 Rewad. 18 416 WEST HURON POE87
7 :30-G'reen Hornet. -_______ _____
8 :0-Hugh Johnson. ______________";s2,.__________________
:3-March of Time. AGENTS wanted to sell calling cards FURNISHED suite for men. Private - - -__________________________ __
:3-America's Tonvu~eetn and bookplates. Moderately priced, bath and shower, steam heat. Call
10:00-Pcadilly Music Hail. Liberal commission. Chestnut Press 8544. 422 E. Washington. 189
11:00-Tiomorrow's Headlines. ---_______ -
iil:30-Bob Crosby Orch.
12:00-Lowry Clark.
12 :30-Garwood Van Orch. -,- I
CKLW rContinuous 1:30-11:30 P.M.
8:i5-uf eote.$-News and Sports.W H T E
:30-Waltz Time TATSTOAY
6 :45-Pleasant Valley Frolic. -' -,
7:00-Pacific Hawaians.
7:30-United Press Bulletins.y ,
7:4-Rube Applebery. /
8 :00-Cherniavsky rch.a
8:30-Happy Hal's Housewarming.
9,30-Sinfonietta.
10:00-Dance Rhythms. Hr '
-1030-Henry Weber Music. SreO h er
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
1:30-Billy Swanson Orch.
12:00-Benny Goodman Orch*
12 :30-Wayneing Orch. (/!~j ~
P.M. TICKET!
6:00-Stevenson Sports.
6:15-Comedy Stars.
4-Wipering JckSmth
7:00-Poetic Melodies."L,
8;00-Kate Smith.YO G
9:00-Major -Bowes.
10.00-Buddy Clark.InToe mts
10 :30-Essays in Music.
11:00-Headline News. s f
11 :15-The mummers.t
11 :45-Lare Wardrop Orch
12 :00-Emery Deutsch Orch , I Vf
123-RdNov Oc.Important PM o o oSewt
6:15-Dinner Music., it from the start . B E U
6 :30-Bradcast.FetrSats
6:45-Heinrich A. Pickert. * Feateafor Startses cur
7:0-Amos 'n' Andy. 1:4 -43 ~- Get3redy frtebgetsr
:15-"House Party."928pieadmsfuyo'ead1Y
:45-Savitt Serenade. I er . adS A E O
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THURSDAYNOV. 25, 1937
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