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THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS
Walt

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6 :00-Joe lPenncz.
6 :30--Double Evk-ry tlng.
7:00 -Open -ouse
7:30--Phil Baker.
8 :01--The People'; Choice.
8:30---Earaches of 1938.
9:00--Ford Hour.
10 :00- Zenith Foundation.
10:30--Hermit's Cave.
11 :00-F~ay Freeman Oreli.
11:30-Cab Calloway.
12:00--Buddy Rogers Orchi.

the finance committee before Jan.
20. 'These dues must be paid before
a graduate's name can appear in the
graduation announcement that is
published by the class.
Graduate School; All graduate stu-
dents who expect to complete the re-
quirements for a degree at the close
of the present semester should call
at, the office of the Graduate School,
*1006 Angell Hall, to check their re-
c:ords and to secure the proper blank
to be usedc in making application for
the diploma. This application should
bec filed not later than the end of
January.
Preistration forms for the second
zemetste re available in the office.
Graduate students are urged to fill
out; the forms in advance and to se-
cure the necessary signatures. Reg-
istral ion must be completed in Water-
man Gynisium, February 10, 11 and
12. The late registration fee will be
charged beginning Monday, February
14.

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LAUNDRYI
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prjces.
WANTED
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
M1.rs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3X!
VIOLA STEIN. 706 Oakland. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 2:32
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$811 $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
er's, old gold aia usical instru-
mnents. Ready cash waiting for .you.
Phone Sanm. 6301. 2x
FOR PRENT

F ,OOM to share with 'a fine student. I'lz ihtly use(d. Excellent condition.j
Small w iot house. Shower. Phone; Call aftel, 5 p.11. 119 P.. Liberty,S
4489. 925 Sylvan. Homelike atmo - second floor. 285j
sphere. 273 __._
___ -; --~- ~TXDO, sire 36. Good condition.
SINGLE ROOM for Haan. Second - Only worn twice. Very reasonable.
nester. 112 E. Davis. 270! Phone 8974. Dick Morton. 277j
FOR SECOND SEMESTPER, large
front. room for t o. Hot water , T()o hEIP HOSPITAL PATIENTS
showers. Near South ]University. Kiwanis clubs throughout the state'
1331 Washtenaw. Call 7595. 2671 will cooperate with the local chapter
_ in the annual rummage sale Jan. 20,
FOR THREE MEN, suite with pri- 21 and 22 for the benefit of crippledl
va te bath and shQN er. Also largeI children at University Hospital.
' double, withI adjioininig vtoy----
Shower bath. Steam heat. Phone
8544. 422 E~. Washington. 268 1
SINGLE ROOM, nicely fur nishedl, f'or j UJ ,
girl or buts ines' womian. Call 8767:
103:3.E. Unzive <rsity. 26:3 TODAY -- MON. - TUES.
E

fI ai- Sc I ;. t..,, .here oiifil ii5 t.
Call Gall 1K"'!C j 2-337. 253

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T'ryouts Called For Nlay
By (CIi iinatetir (;roup
IStudents and townspeople wishing
to try out for the next production of
the Civic Amateur Theatre are asked
to report at 8 p.in, tomorrow in the
Union.!
Castings wvill be made for Doty
Smith's "Call It A Day," Augustus,
Thomas' "Her Friend the King," a

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The Qutarry
STATE STREET at UNIVERSITY AVENUE

WWj
P.M,
6:00-Catholic Hour.
6 :30--People in the News.
6 :45--Studio Feature,
7:00-Jack Benny.
7:30-Inuteresting Neighbors.
3:001-Charley McCarthy.
:00 -Manhattan Merry-G~o-Round.
9 :30-Fatmiliar Music.
10 :00-Rising Stars.
10:30--"Amnerica and War."
11:00-Dance Music.
11:30-Newus, Music,

JUDGE
THIS
STORE

By
By
By

IVXYZ
P.

6:00-George Jessel.
6 :30-To Be Announced.
7 :00-Dinner Concert..
7 :30-Ozzie Nelson.
8.00-Detective Series.
8:30-California Concert..
9:00 -Holywaod Playhouse.
9:30-Walter Wincheli.
9:45-Irene Rich.
10:00-Marek Weber aOrch.
10 :30--Cheerio,
11:00---Jobn McKay.
11::30--Henry Busse Orch-
12,*(0---Eddie Varzos Orch.
CKLWV
P.M.
5:00-Variety Revue.
6:00--Dance Orchestra.
6:30-Tim and Irene.
7:00-Forum,
7:15-News.
7:30--Bill Carlson Orch.
8,00-Epic of America.
8 .:30-Happy Hal.
9:00-Choral Contrasts.
9:30-Pontiac Baptist.
10 :00-Goodwill.
10 :30-Gospel Services.
11:30-Reporter.
12 :00-Dance Music.

New studcents, or students trans-I
fcrin~ hold t n ary dteas TWO-ROOM turn ished lapartment
furrngshold t a ealy ateask twvo blocks from campus. Available
the Secretary of their School or Col - Fe.1Gal2753bten5nd7
Jeg;e to prepare and send to the ofice Fb 1 al -73 ewen 2a7.
of the Graduate School an official 276
transcript of their undergraduate re- iF1VE-ROOM apartment for rent.
cords. New students are advised to Conveniently located. Students ac-
apply for admission on advance of cepted. Call 2-:3515. 278
C. S. Yoakum SINGLE ROOM for graduate or un-I
dergrnduat e. One-half block from!
All Students; Registratioln for see- campus. 725 Haven. Call 5938. 279
ond semester. Each student should -- -- -----
plan to register for himself during ROOMS : Clean and comfortable. One
the appointed hours. Registrations single, one double. Excellent loci-
by proxy will niot be accepted. tion. Call 2--1917 Sundays or- eve-
Robert L. Williams, nings. 533 Church. 280
Assistant Registrar. LARGE fist floor suite for three.
Fireplace, bath. Reasonable. 917 E.
11,egstration Material: Colleges of ,Huron~. Phone 2-1982. 281
LS.&A., Education, Music. Students ----____ - ---- --------
should call for second semester regis- SINGLE ROOM and private bath. Oil
tration material at Room 4 University heat. 911 Forest. Dial 8169. 275
Hall as soon as possible. Please see SIGL- ROM fo-grlstdet
your avsradscr l eesr
signatures. Clean, warm. Well furnished.
[a.1-1e t u;.E,..rCShower bath. 532 Thompson.

1 OOMS with ineals. Private Wat1
\ i fh two room suite for faculty
imember and wife or graduate sto-
ducnts Excellent> meals. At I ractive
home1c. Phonle 8891. 265

The story loved by millions
the whole world over...
fNOW A PICTURE TO HOLD
FOREVER IN YOUR HEART!

NOTICES I
SECOND SEMESTER evening school
begins Monday, January 17 at Ann
IArbor High) School. Commercial,
Laniguage. 1Iobby an d -eneral
c'olrses offered. Regist rat 1011 Icc.,
For further iormation call 5797d
260
LEAVING for Los Angeles in heated
Pontiac ear. Want one or two nas~
sengers. Share expenses. References
exchanged. Phone 2-2483. 272
LADIES tailoring and dress-making:
formals, suits, coat relining, all al-
terationis. Expert service, reasonablet
rate;;. work guaranteed. 320 E. Lib-
erty. Call evenings 2-2020. 7x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Pair silver-rimmed glasses.
Reward, Call Bob Reinhart, 2-1717.,
284
LOST: Last week, brown, silk "Sul-~

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VENI) A
Mentho Kerchief
TISSUE
10C
Mentholated tissues,
handkcerchiefs,, .to
Iuse during colds.
For Stuffy Head -
VIC.KS
VA-TRO-NOL
45C
A fewvdr'ops, anid
you breathe againt
Hlps keep Sinuses
open.
LOOK MEN!
GLOSS
RAZO'AR BLAD)ES
Package of 50
69C
ladl~e edged. %Uide
from Imported S wed-
ish Chrome Steel -
Quality blades, priced
low.
GEM BLADES
Single Edge 5's
27C
lDoubles 5's . .. 43c

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DAILY OFFCIAL
BULLETIN
SUNDAY, JAN. 16. 1938
VOL. XLVIII. No. 82

Automobile Regulation: Permission
to drive for social purposes during
the. week-end of the J-Hop from Fri-
day noon, Feb 11, until Monday morn-
ipg, Feb. 14, at 8 a~m., may be obtain-
e4 at Room 2, University Hall through
the following procedure:
1. Parent signature cards should be
secured at this office and sent
home for the written approval of
the parents.
2. Upon presentation of the signed
card together with accurate infor-
mation with regard to the make,
type and license number of the car
to be used, a temporary permit will
be granted. It is especially im-
portant to designate the year of
the license plates which will be
on the car during the week-end of'
Feb. 11.
3. Oiit of towni car's used for the week-
end must niot be brought into Ann
Arbor' before 12 o'clock noon on
Friday, Feb. 11, and must be taken
out before 8 a.m. on Monday, Feb.
14.
The foregoing wil not apply to those
students who possess regular driving
permits. The above permission will
automatically be granted to this
group.
Office of thle Dean of Students

Assistant Registrar..
Registraitiop Material : College of
Architecture. Students should call for
second semester material at Room 4
University Nall at once. The College
of Architecture will post an an-
nouncement in the near future giving
time of conferences with your classi-
fier. Please wait for this notice be-
fore seeing your classifier.
Robert L. Williams,
Assistant Registrar.
Registration Material: School of
Forestry and Conservation. Regis-
tration material should be called for
beginning today at Room 2048 Natur-
al Science Bldg.
S. T. Dana, Dean.
L.S.&A. Jun~iors and Seniors wishi-
ing to change their field of concen-
tration for the second semester,
please procure slips at Room 4 U. H.,
have them signed by the adviser in
the new field, and return them to
Room 4, U.H. before Feb. 1, 1938.
Robert L. Williams
The Bureau has received notice of
the following Civil Service Examina-
tion4:
Associate Wool Technologist, $,3,-
200 a year; Bureau of Agricultural
Economics, Department of Agricul-
ture.
Senior Industrial Classification
Analyst, $4,600 a year; Industrial
Classification Analyst, $3,800 a year;
Associate. Industrial Classification
Analyst, $3,200 a year; Assistant In-
dustrial Classification Analyst, $2,-
600 a year: Social Security Board.
Junior Graduate Nurse, $1,620 a

MARSHALL Cut-wRate Drug
231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 -- 8 Doors North of Kresge's
WIX - 45c KOTEX -- 20c KLEENEX -- 13ce TAMPAX - 33c
ORTHOGYNOL Cigarettes Extra Heavy
89C for25cMINERAL OIL
+$1.17 Carton, pglus tax Ful9iC
SWEETHEART SOAP 50 Padts ofSPCA- in
5C Matches 8C RUBBING ALCOHOL
(2) 35c Size Colgates 9CCIL
TOOTH POWDER $1.10 20 Marlin
TANGEE LIPSTICK RAZOR BLADES
2 for 36c 73c -_ 19C
--BEER - WINE - CHAMPAGNES -

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played.I.he" Heil,"'

Dirl'0' 3by Aileen Dwra {

-~ - - 283
1132 WHITE: STREET : Six-room
bungalow, furnished. Good lot and
garage. $50. Phone 2-1405. 283

you hoped sofen~ Q ARtFZNC
SL osee! r DARRAoF PZANUCK i,
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Add"ILING THE LILY"
Pete Smith- Novelty

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Cartoon

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Sensational News Scenes
of the
SINKING OF THE PANAY

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SHOWS TODAY!
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NOW! THE

1:00 - 3:00 -:500 - 7:00.- 9:00 P.M.
All Dlay Today
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(Kradua iu Seniors: L. &A ; year; U. S. Public Health Servic~e.
Senior' dues will be collected Mon- Treasuiry Department and Vetel an'
day thriiough Thlurisday in the lobby of Administriktion.
Angell Hall during the week of Jan., Senior Accountant, $225-285 a
16, or may be paid to any member of (Continued on Page 4)

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F-or Information --- Cali MIS JONES at 2-3241

hey-day<l when it hit :Ann Arbor
this t iine .-... yes sir, from head to
toe ". first it was; truckina' feet anid
now tlat f colossatlvbainstorm, the
"Foci"! And Foo Rall, ino less, is
01omwingiup(oo, anid with the talk
of it(o)eitr Io ntfhe'Foo
F3awev oftiplentfy ont our
hands(l! - - andth~t ca(lls for dane-
ing, which means pa,!rty night in a
new DILLON SHOP formal! Now
their allutring ,and devastating
black liet go(wn-- with much
voluin2ous .skirt -_-1;.n; a deep
tafreta .rinbowm band aroi'cund the
bott lom would we cll befit U1w occa-
sionl! --OrTh at ]lovely m3a'-uisette
_the mstfeavelysadte you
c-an illiagine Inciden',ally you
might notete ifilmy whiite chif-
fons - simply spelling J-H-op --
which, by the by, is piract ically
uponius !-
fe~llthers may mean i ;anyhing 11from
pliums t o peachfhlz/,- -hbut Oh.,ino!
not in(Jul. lit the metropoliscof'
Anni Ar jor ilhk(, 1right here at
my fienids, the impoh(rted "Goofer
Fepithci"' owder nill - - the: fluffy

Ann Ar 'ltb! It's a wonder'fi l.
tglanioroits beauty bath rl ht out
of thle bottle!
W)0-51' FOR BEAUTY doesn'
ci ul withI-the icskinu either -- that'
ouly 0wIa beginninig! Milady's g own
is: vio sm al factor of her charm
an.1d lovvliness and it 11111st be ;11"zt
tuec righrt thiung for the right occa-
;oi and with line> that are, well
-KESSEL'S CAMPUS SHOP
knows! The right accasion seems
to be informal dates - there will
be plent y of those, what with
cxn s lpractically upon us .-*- and
tI le tlrlw(i- thling t~o wear' is a do essy,.
patlwool --- one of those lovely~
"(111 ty pink" ones, now on display
in Kessel's Arcade window., just.
can't miss! -- the grandest style
ith little covered buttons march -
ing, all the way down the. front.
Kind'a tempting, I think. I think!
And)c so we see that you have the
orccsion. and Kessel's have the
rig c5s<-- now why don't you two
getogether?!
TOP NOTES seem~ to be hiitting
i tiew. high this season --- and on-
ward-c and upward and cling to the
line, isn't far wrong either when it.

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