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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JAN. 18.1938

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Varsity Band
To Give Varied
Concert Sunday
Operatic, Ballet, Modern
American Music Will Be
Included OnProgram
The Varsity Concert Band will pre-
sent a concert featuring operatic,,
modern American and ballet music at
4:15 p.m. Sunday in Hill Auditorium
under the direction of Prof. William
D. Revelli, of the School of Music.
There will be no admission charge.
The program will be opened withl
the overture, "Anacreon," by Cheru-
vini. Second will be Prelude by Jules
Massenet. Then the "Russian Sail-
ors' Dance" by Rheinhold Gliere will
be presented. The suite, "Panto-
mime," by Antonio Sacchini includ-
ing the March, Aria and Finale will
come next.
Featured as the second type of mu-
sic will be the well known modern
composition-'Song of the Bayou" by
Rube Bloom.
An =interesting factor about the
next presentation, a descriptive suite
by Haydn Wood, is the way in which
the composer happened to write the
suite. It is a description of the panels
in an English publishing house and
describes the "Band Stand at Hyde
Park" and contains several "Sea
Chanties."
The overture, "Maid of Asturia,"
by Benedetto Secchi, will complete
the program.
CANTOR'S DAUGHTER MARRIES
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 17.-(A)-The
engagement of 19-year-old Edna Can-
tor, one of comedian Eddie Cantor's
five daughters, to Jimmy McHugh,
Jr., 21, was Announced today by the
bridegroom's father, song writer Jim-
my McHugh.

Vieina Nazis' Nemesis

Diphtheria Aid Zander To Address 110 Hurt Here Over The WeekEnd
dueation eetg Td
Revealecld i . Traffic accidents left 10 injured in; dent occurred when their car ran info

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Edmonds Finds Dextrose
Helps Severe Gases
Severe cases of diphtheria can b
helped materially by intravenous in-j

Alvin Zander. research assistant in
educational psychology. will describe
A Country yide Guidance Experi-
ment in Branich County, Michigan"
at 4:30 p.m. today in the University
Elementary School library. The talk

Washtenaw county last weeK-end, the a large stone on Jordan Rd. and
turned over. Flames destroyed the
highest toll of the new year. vehicle. Seven other persons suffered
Most seriously injured was Alton ( less serious injuries.
ILarmee, 14 years old, 4435 W. Liberty
Rd., who suffered a skull fracture DRIVER KILLED BY TRAIN
when a motorist ran him down as he DETROIT, Jan. 17.--P--A. E. Mc-
was coasting. His brother, Wayne, . ur 5 of P7mth.Uwaskille

MONEY FOR RESERVOIR GIVEN
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1'7.-(A -
Senator Brown (Dem., Mich.) said
today the Works Progress Adminis-
tration had- notified him it had al-
loted $19,583 to complete the water
reservoir at Ironwood, Mich.
DANCING
class & Individual in-
struction in all types
of dancing. Teachers'
course. Open daily 10
ft M. to 10 P.M.
Phone 9695 2nd Floor
terrace Garden Studio
Wuertli 'Theatre Bldg.

jections of a dextrose solution.experi- wits Ue.given before tedanuary 13
ments conducted by Dr. Charles W. Graduate Education Club. in1
Edmunds of the pharmacology de- Prof. Howard Y. McClusky of the
partment reveal. education school directed the experi- Gi
Reports on the use of dextrose in ment. The project was sponsored bre
European and American hospitals jointly by the Kellogg Foundation wh
show that among desperately ill pa- and the university. co:
tients who have been so treated the
expected death rate of 50 or 60 per
cent has been reduced to 10 per cent I
or less.
In his experiments, Dr. Edmunds 218 S. State --- NEXT TO GO
studied the effects of various reme-
dial agents-epinephrine, camphor, TODAY C
salt solutions and acacia-and found
them ineffective. Finally dextrose (a $1.10 $1.0(
type of sugar) solution, when injected,
was found to bring about immediate j Louis Phillipe Clinic
improvement in heart action and Lipstick Thermo
blood pressure.
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years old. suffered a fractured leg
the same accident.
Also seriously injured was Ernest
rbach, 24 years old, who suffered a
oken jaw and fractured shoulder
hile Clare Gilbert, 22 years old, his
mpanion was uninjured. The acci-
R ATE Drugs
LDMAN'S - Phone 9392
ONLY

instantly today when the automobile
he was driving was struck by a Pere
Marquette Railway passenger train.

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231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 - 8 Doors North of Kresge's
"TED'S DAILY DOUBLE" - Effective Tuesday, Jan. 18
3 Dz. MODESS - 55c 4 Dz. KOTEX - 75c Dz. TAMPAX - 33c
$1.00 60c
FRANK MEDICO PIPES ITALIAN BALM
79c ada39C
and a Bottle of 25c Fitch's
and a Pack of 10c Filters FREE Shampoo FREE
5c Candy Bars, Gums or Mints 3 for 12c, Largest Assortment in Town!

Royalst meetings urging Aren-
duke Otto (above) onto an Austrian
throne so aroused Austrian Nazis
that they hurled stench bombs in
efforts to break them up.
Cooperative Society
To Present Films
The Ann Arbor Cooperative Society
will present a series of films and
speeches explaining various phases in
the cooperative movement at a meet-
ing at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Lane Hall.
The success of the Stanton Coop-
erative will be explained by its man-
ager G. W. Hardy and Alf Shanklin,
a member of the society, will speak
on the local Credit Union.
A moving picture of "Cooperative
Minneapolis" with comments by G. S.
Kiess, manager of the Wolverine Co-
operative Exchange of Lansing, and
a film of the model factory in New
Jersey where co-op coats are made
will be shown.

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meter

16 oz.
Witch
Hazel
19C

WATCH FOR TOMORROW'S "DOUBLE SAVING"

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ClassifieAd ~Ilreetory~

LAUNDRY

LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prces.
WANTED
ROOMMATE for graduate forester
in suite. Warm study room. 537 Elm.
Phone 5291. 288
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oaldand. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 232
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM, nicely furnished fpr
girl or business woman. Call 8767,
1033 E. University. 286
A SINGLE ROOM for men. Quiet,
well furnished. Reasonable price.
Call 7045. 943 Greenwood. 287
SINGLE ROOM for graduate or un-
dergraduate. One-half block from
campus. 725 Haven. Call 5938. 279
ROOMS: Clean and comfortable. One
single, one double. Excellent loca-
tion. Call 2-1917 Sundays or eve-
nings. 533 Church. 280
LARGE first floor suite for three.

Fireplace, bath. Reasonable. 917 E.
Huron. Phone 2-1982. 281
SINGLE ROOM and private bath. Oil
heat. 911 Forest. Dial 8169. 275
FOR THREE MEN, suite with pri-
vate bath and shower. Also large
double, with adjoining lavatory-
Shower bath. Steam heat. Phone
8544. 422 E. Washington. 268
ROOMS with meals. Private bath
with two room suite for faculty
member and wife or graduate stu-
dents. Excellent meals. Attractive
home. Phone 8891. 265
NOTICES
LOST: Pair silver-rimmed glasses.
Reward. Call Bob Reinhart, 2-1717.
284
FOR SALE
REMINGTON portable typewriter
slightly used: Excellent condition.
Call after 5 -p.m. 119 E. Liberty,
second floor. 285
TUXEDO, size 36. Good condition.
Only worn twice. Very reasonable.
Phone 8974. Dick Morton. 277

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RISP, CLEAN SHIRTS are the first requisite
personal appearance of the well - dressed U

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SERVICE
DAY or NITE
$1.00
Phone 2-2644
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Co.
211 East Liberty Street
-LAST DAY -_-
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52nd Street
Starting Weduesday -
Jane Withers
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man. And at this low price, you cannot afford to go the
least unkempt.
Not only is the saving available on shirts, but on ALL
your laundry. We strongly suggest that you use the Student
"ROUGH DRY" Bundle, in which Shirts, Handkerchiefs,
and Socks are completely finished to please the most criti-

cal ..

Underwear and Pajamas are washed and folded

ready for-wear-all at the modest rate of ten cents per
pound, with charges for extra finished laundry marked ac-
cordingly.

Why pay for delivery charges alone

in express to your

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this highly satisfactory service.

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Phone 4 85
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3 Shirts

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