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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, ATNT. Z0, 1'9,5f

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0of . Seliorliiig, On Vaeatil
Rams Into German. Police C''art.

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EVENING RADIO

PROGRAMS

By MA COLM. LONG
When your car hit9 a police car,1
you may well expect to begin work
the next day on a big pile of rocks
but if it happens -to be ;he car of
a chief of police of a city in Germany,
have no, fear. This is the written
advice of Prof. Raleigh Schorling of
the School of Education who is now
on leave of absence and is traveling
with his family in Germany.
Professor Schorling was o his way
to the mountains of Bavaria, Austria
and Italy and as he approached Wit-
tenburg,: just before he came to the.
famous church of Martin Luther
where: Melanthon is buried, he slid'
on the ice road and crashed head on
into'a big, fast-moving Mercedes-
Benz, damaging both cars badly. The
chauffeur was a policeman and the
occupant the Wittenbrg chief of po-
lice. But instead of being arrested
the man stepped out and said, "And
where are you going with this fine
family."
When he learned he had a wrecking
crew sent out immediately and sent
the family to a restaurant. In a very
short time the car had been repaired;
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044 Sox darned.
Careful work at low prces
_ ,- WANTED
WANTED to rent a garage near 816
Hilltreet. Phone 2-2489. 292
ROOMMATE for graduate forester
in tule Warm study room. 537 Elm.
Phone 5291. 288
'TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. IHoward, 613 Bill St. Phone
5244. 3X
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
0327 Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 22
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old 'and new suits, overcoats, at $3.
$8,,$25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
er, old gold and musical instru--
ments Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM, nicely furnished for
girl or business woman. Call 8767
1033 E. University. 286
ROOMS for men second semester.
Meals if desired. 1302 North Uni-
versity. Phone 7887. 289
ONE 9 SINGLE and one double room
for girls. 1204 akland corner of
Church. Call 9589. Approved house.
290
'SING~LE ROOM for graduate or un-
dergraduate girl. Also vacancy in
double room. Half block from cam-
pus. Wood League House. 725 Ha-
ve. 5538. 291
SUITE for 2 students, graduates pre-
ferred. Near Law Club. Quiet, run-
ning water in room. Call 6690.
300
SINGLE or double room. Large, light
and warm. 4 mrinutes from campus
Reasonable. 214 Packard St. 301
GIRS ROOMS in approved league.
house, 3 singles and 1 double 1028
Church. Phone 6548. 299
FIVE-ROOM apartment, private
bath, heat and water furnished. 727
Miller Ave. Phone 2-2358. 298
SINGLE room at $3.00. Double room
at $2.50 112 block from campus
Phone 6560. 720 Whaley Court.
Between Monroe and Hill. 293
FOR%3 MEN, suite with private bath
and shower. Also large double with
adjoining lavatory. Steam heat,

and the policeman sent them 0oil on
their way.
Professor Schorling is studying the
progress of education under the Hitler
regime in Germany during his leave.
H~e will return to Ann Arbor early in
February.
University (oneert
Band Pays Sunday
The University Concert Band, di-'
rected by Prof. William D. Revelli,
will' present a concert at 4:15 p.m.E
Sunday in Hill Auditorium. There
will be no admission charged.
The program which Professorj
Revelli has prepared is as follows:
Overture to "Anacreon," by Cheru- i
bini; Prelude to 'La Dernier Som-
meil de la Vierge," by Massenet; Rus-
sian Sailors' Dance from the ballet,
"The R.ed Poppy," by Gliere; Panto-
mime from the opera, "Il Cid ,"by 1
Sacchini; "Song of the Bayou," by.i
Bloom; Frescoes by Wood; and Over-
ture to "The Maid of Asturia," by{
Secchi.
bath, shower. Phone 81544. 422 E.L
Washington. 295
FOR SALE
I EMINGTON J'laotale typewrite i'
slightly used. Excellen~t (cofdihil.
Call after 5 p.z. ]119 E. Libe rty,
secondl lor.285
TUXEDO,:;ze 36. Good condition.
Only worn twice. Very reasonable.
Phone 81974. Dick Morton. 277
LOST AND FOUND
REWARD: Glove lost Tuesday nightI
Hill Auditorium, (key suede, fur
lined. Call 7257, leave message.
296
FOUND: A gold watch. CellI Olsoni
5156.- 297
fA:)ST: Schaefer fountain pen, black
and pearl. Name engraved DortheaI
Morrill. Phone 5254. Rewan~d 294

WXYZ
P.M.
6:00 Day in Review.
6:15_-Pactflnider.
0:30- --Linger Awhile.
43:45--Lowell Thomas.
7:00---Easy Aces.
7:15--Mr. Keena.
7:30--Green Hornet.
8 :00--Hugh Johnson.
8:30-March of Time.
9:00--Eastman School *W Music.
9:30-American Town Meeting.
10 :30-Jamboree.
11.:00-John McKay,
11 :30--Jimmy (Grier.
12 :00-Lowry Clark.
12 :30--Garwood VanOr.
CKLW()X
P.M.
41:00 -t'urf' Reporter.
0:15Newsand Sports.
6:30-- Enemble
6:45- -Rhyithm Men.-
7 :00--- Sportscast.
7:30--United Press Bulletins.
7:45-Sammy Kaye Oreb,
8:00-Louis Katzmnan Orch.
8 :30-Happy Hal's Housewarming.
9:00- Kay Kyser Orch.
9 :30-Sinfonietta.
10 :00-Witch's Tale.
10:30-Henry Weber Music-
11 :00-Canadian Club Reporter.
ii :15-"Theatre Digest."
11:45--Art Kassel Orch.
12:00-Benny Goodman Orch.
12:30--Sher, Fields Orch.
WJR
P.M.
6:00----Stevenson Sports,
6:15--Comedy Stars,
6:30- -Melody and Rlythu.
6:45---Modern Miracles.
7 :00---Poetic Melodies.
7 :30--Gabriel Heatter.
8:00--Kate Smith.
9:00-Major Bowes.
10 :00--.-Musical .
10:30-The Mummiers.
11:00-Headline News-
11:15--Cab Calloway Orch a.
11 :30-Leighton Noble Orch.
12:00----Dance Music.
WWII
I}.M.
WO-11 ysoo ulSports.
6:15 - Roger and Prank,11L
6 :30--Bradcast.
0:45-Musical Momnents.
7:00--Amos 'n' Andy.
7 :15-"House Party."
7:45-Sport Review.
8 :00---Rudy Vallee.
9:00--"Good News of 1938"
10:00-Kraft Music Hall.
11 :00---Newscast.
11:10--Webster Hall Orch,
11:30--Dance Music.
12 :00--Dance Music.
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