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November 28, 1937 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'Big Apple' Reaches Invading Troops Of Rising Sun IPresident t

W'Gashington 4
With Power
End; F.D.R.

These Japanese soldiers are being entertained by a shagging comrade as they rest on Shanghai's out-
skirts. They are a detachment of a regiment of the Imlerial Guard, and had little time to either rest or laugh
before pushing on in pursuit of the stubborn defenders of "the good earth."

umni Office Joins In Search
For A Long-Missing Graduate

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An alumnus of the University, !s no information regarding Huston
searching for a classmate who disap- I in their files, but the office ma-
peared immediately after graduation, chinery is being set in motion to un-
leaving no trace, yesterday enlisted earth every clue which might possibly
the aid of the Alumni Catalog Office locate him. Al present queries are
in his quest. Dan Earle, '05L, wrote! being addressed to various J. L. Hus-
to the Alumni Association that he tons in many large cities.
had for many years been seeking un- Recently T. Hawley Tapping, gen-
successfully to learn the whereabouts
of J.L. Hston,'03,with hom eral alumni secretary, received a let-!
of J. L. Huston, '03, with whom he ter from John Petter, '15A, now liv-
had roomed as an undergraduate. I ing in London, England, that he was!
According to Mrs. Lunette Hadley, "scared out of several years' growth
director of the Catalog Office, there by a policeman coming to his door
and sternly demanding his identity."
The letter went on to say that Scot-
land Yard had been looking for hipn
on the instigation of the Alumni As-
1 sociation for many years, in order to*
keep their files complete, and to de-
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned. liver University literature.
Careful work at low prices. Mrs. Hadley said that the Huston'
case constitutes a challenge to the
LOST AND FOUND force of the Catalog Office and that
- its many channels of information)
LOST: Black patent leather purse, which have proved successful in past
containing $10.00 and glasses, near attempts will undoubtedly produce
League. Reward, 1017 Oakland. Call the missing roommate.{
2-2281. 192
- ROC HESTER STUDENTS MEET
LOST: Hamilton wrist watch. Gold R
brown leatheir strap. Reward. Great Plans for attending the Michigan-{
sentimental attachment. Phone University of Rochester basketball I
7295. game Dec. 21 in Rochester will be !
made at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Room
FOR RENT 304 -of the Union. All students from
!Rochester, including members of the
FURNISHED suite for men. Private Genesee Club, women students and
bath and shower, steam heat. Call freshmen students are urged to at-:
8544. 422 E. Washington. 189 tend.

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS
WJR
P.M.
6:00.,Joe Peuiel.
6:30-Romantic.
7:00-Open House.
7:30---Phil Baker.
8:00-Columbia Workshop.
8:30--Earaches of 1938.
9 :00-Sunday Evening Hour.
10:00-Musical.
10:15-Comedy Stars.
10 :30--President Roos~evelt.
10:45-Hermits Cave.
11:30--Cab Calloway.
12:00- -Henry King.
WWj
P.M.
6 00-(Catholic Hour.
6:30---Smoothies.
6:45-- Spprts.
7:00--Jack Benny.
7:30--Fireside Recital.
7 :45__-Interesting Neighbors.
3:00---Chaley McCarthy.
9:00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
9:30-Familiar Music.
10:00--Rising Stars.
11:00-_-Dance Music.
11:30--News, Music.
WXYZ
PtM.
6:00---George Jessel.
6:30-Hour of Dreams
7:00--Dinner Concert.
7:30-Ozzie Nelson.
8 :00-Orchestra, Soloists,
9:00--Hollywood Playhouse
9:30-Walter Winchell.
9:45-Irene Rich.
10 :00-Foundation,
10:30-President Roosevelt.
10:45-Cheerio:
11:00-Jimmy Dorsey Oreh
11:30-Henry Busse Orch.
12:00--Eddie Varzos Orch.

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