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MICHIGAN ,

THURSDAY, .l'AM. W; 1998.

THP aMR+ICH 4.d!['a .L" flA IV ..

;i.a.URSD~lAFA. .TAN na . * Rt

Arboretum Free
This Season: Of
Ma j orAcecidents
Forsythe Reports~ Sprained
Ankles Most Common
'Winter Mishap Now
There have been no serious acci-
dents in the Arboretum this year as a I
result of skiing and tobogganing, Dr.
Warren E. Forsythe, drector of the
health Service said yesterday.
h former years many students have
suffered broken arms and legs, and
fractured skulls, but this year, he
said, there has been a minimum oft
serious accidents, most of them con-
sisting of sprained ankles.
At, present, the Health 'Service In-
firmary is Lull, most of the patients
having colds. There is also the usual
am ceunt of flu prevalent at this time of"
year because of changing weather
conditions. There is no danger, how-
ever, of any epidemic, Dr. Forsythe
explained.
This year has been very satisfactory
from the standpoint of student health,
he said.
Chinese Scholar.
Praises:,Youtih
finds New Social Fe'eling
Growing In America
(Continued from Page 1)
relief of the sufferings of millions.
A groaui) of students at Cornell and
Columbia universities, he said, de-
cided to adopt the language of the
people of China instead of the lan-
guage of the poets, which had been
used previously. Today as a result,
Dr. Hu~ declared, the language of the
people has been officially adopted
in the schools of China, replacing the
difficult language of the upper classes,
This has resulted in a happier life
for millions of school children, Dr.
Hiu said, and it can be considered
as another example of the effective-
ncss~ and: vigor of the Chinese youth
movments.

EVENING RADIO
K PROGRAMS
W XYZ
P.M.
6:00olea', in Review.
6:15- Facifindt er.
6:45 - !owell 'ThomIas.
7:00 --Easy Are-.
7:15--Mr.Ke.
S 7:30--Green Hornet.
II 8:00- To- Be Announced.
8:30-March of Time.
9:00---Rochester Philharmonic.
9:30--American Town Meeting.
it):30 -Jamboree.
11:00-John McKay.
11 :30-Jimmy Grier.
12 :00-Lowry Clark.
12 :30---Carwood Van Orel)
C KLW
t P.M.
6:00-'Tr t'Reporter.
6:15 -News- and Sports.
(i:30 - El I)t:Lbn1le.
6i:45--R1.hinmMen.
7:00 -Sport scast.
7:30-- -United Press Bulletins.
7:45-- Samimy Kaye Orcb.
8:00 --Louis Katyanan Oreb -
8 :30-,-H-appy Hal's Housewarming. -
9:00--Kay Kyser Orchi.
9 :30-Sinfonietta.
10:00---Witeh's Tale.
10:30--henry Weher Music.
1] :00-Canadilan Club Reporter.
11:15-"Tlieatre Digest."
11:45--Art Kassel Orch.
12:00- -Benny Goodman Orch.
12 :30 ---Kayv Kvser Orch.-
WJR
(:00 Nteensou Sports.
6:15--Coinedy Stars.
6:30- Mel('ody and Rhytshlii
6:45- \Jcr'"1 x's rietirs,
7:00---.Poetic Melodies.
7 :30----Gabr iel Heatter.
8:00--Kate 81mith.
9:00--Majoc r Bowes.
10:00---JM uii °,i .1
10:30--The untijls
11:0- HedlneNews.
11 :15---Cab Calloway Otreb.
1 :30- .Leightoni Noble Orchi.
12:00 -Danec Music.
WW'J
T1M.
6:00 T1': oo Sport',.
f6:15 'i+n ld Prank.
6:30----iiri t(I.
6:45°-1Vl-Muir ca Mon>Si ijts.
7:00--Air os 'i' Andy.
7;:15---"House Party."
7:45- Sporti Review.
8 :00-RLudy Vallee.
P :00---"Good News of 111:38"
10:00-Kraft Music Hall.
11:00-Newscast.
11 :10-Webster. Hall Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
12 :00-Dance Music.
R I DERS
Is your pen ready for exams?
302 South State Street "

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LAUNDRY
LAUNDR'Y. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low praces.
j . WANTED

TYPING, neatly and accurately (lone. l
Mrs. Howard, 613 I-ill St. Phione
5244. 3x
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phonef
6327. Experienced typist. Reason -
able rates. 2,,
ClsOTHING .WANTED TO BUY: An,.
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3.
$8. $25. Ladies frill coats, typewrit-
er's, old gold and lmusical ins~trui-
m ients. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Saul. 6304. 2x E
FOR RENT
PRIVATE family will renit one double
r-oom. $7. New furniture. Simmons f
Sinnerspring twin beds. Indirect
I 'mps furnished. 1133 Forest. Phone
2-3380. 329
GRADUATE student has two room
Iapartment to sh-are with non-grad-1
iate student. Call or leave message
ini apartment mailbox. Apt. 21. 2161
S. Ingalls. 328
EXCEPTIONAL ROOM foi' graduate
.ttl.ldent or biiiness gir~l i large!
1,rivate hrome. CloFe to campus.1
Phone 782,5; 407 E. Kingsley.-
330
+BOARD: Graduates 01' faculty family.;r
Double r'oom~, fireplace, private
bathr, sundeck. Phone 2-2943 after
six.
SIX-ROOM apartment. Very moderni
in McEnter Apartmenlts. 220 S.L

C rges 1S' Ih rtile Lc ague Cove~nant, but, "tihe prob- FREE l:AUTO TI rTS
C 1 W , ~t abilities are that some moification
I will1 ' have to be made to induce the A safety lane" for free tesing of
Di reetlory W _A ~
War esp flsiJigetaiostojin"automobiles for brakes, headlights,
-- --"I think the League has been ser- 1wheel alignment, hornxs, windshield
Thayer, opposite Hill Auditor ium- -------- (Continedro._ _ge 1 iously weakened," hie said, " by fail- ''ipers, tires and tail-light will be
Phone 785. 34 keeing Gemany eak an poe- I ure of the powers to carry the coven-I operatedintesrgudrth
Phne775.32 kepngGemay ea ad owr-ant throughi to its end. The League lspnohin o the sArngn derbr pthie
FURNISHED APARTMENT wanted I less. That policy was maintained, he has never had a fair trial because the spnosiIfteAnAbrplc
for J-H61p week-end. Near Law said, for 15 years. Then Germany ex-I principles of tile covenant have never jdepartmeuit, it was announced yester-
Clutb. Send r'espon~se to Box 8. { ploded and repudiated entirely the1 been applied 100 per cent." day.
1,APGE front room. Priva-te home.ITet fVrsils '
No other students. Telephone 8455. At present time, Sir Herbert said, itOmk
525 S. Fourth Avenue. 325 is unlikely that England or France
________MARSHALL Cut-Rat rug
- ___will propose any serious revision of;~ j
FRONT SUITE for two men students. 231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 - 8 Doors North of Kresge's
3 blocks from campus. Reasonable. graved Florentine Cook. Reward. 500 Kleenex 28e, 1 dz. Hatex 20c; jr.-super, 36 Modess 55c, Tampax 33
Meals if desired. 420 S. Division. Call 4541._________________ ________________
318 - 40c Value NEW TATTOO
---~ - - ------- -PET; Grey angora cat. Answers to on fFeh-DlcosL TI
(oNE-ROOM apartment. Private bath. Sunda,. Phone 6923. 624 Church. Re- Ion fFeh eiiu
Suitable for graduate student. Oil war'd. 321 I C e~inr-eppli.11ir:ie

heat. Call 8169. 911 Forest. 303 -____
-- - - --------- -- ----FOR SALE
APARTMENT for rent. Six rooms, ---__
lic'ely fur-nished and will aceommo- '29 ESSEX Challenger coupe. 6 cylin.
date four adults. 621 Forest. 322 dei' motor in good condition, good
- -------- ----- - -- __---'---------tires, new battery, special- carbur'c-
FOR RENT: A single and a double tor. Private owner. See Hubert
room11 for Jewish girls. 1511 Wash- Goldman. 727 S. State Street or
t,'naw. Telephone 3851. 316 Room 2620 East Engineering Build-
1114^JUDSON COURT off Church. ing." 331
Ten mfinlutes from camnpus. Two( FOR SALE: Tuxedo in excellent con-
doubles, wa in, quiet. Phonie 9862. dition. Average size. Finely tailored,
323 Glen tihe Tailor. 631 E. University.

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CHERRIES ... 19c 43c
"a real helix while studying" j Stays on, you bet"

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IWe stock Max Factor's, Colonial .Dames, Barbara Gould -products

FOUR ROOMS first floor. Twvo en-
trances. Furnished, hot water, -
stcam' heat. All utilities included
except gas, Redecorated. 617 Law-
rence cor'ner' State. 319
NOTICES
TYPING-_Carefully and ,acc'urately,
done, L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106#

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
BEAUTIFUL country es-tate of 14
itc 'es with stream, landscaped. H~as
nice colonial home and other buld.-
ings. Call Whaley or Clapp. Phone
2-1964; evenings 2-1170. 320

LOST AND FOUND

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218 S. State - -- NEXT TO GOLDMAN'S ---_---- Phione 9392

2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
TODAY and FRIDAY !
"The
'Hurricane"
With -___
DOROTHY LAMOUR
JON HALL

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Mineral tOil

TODAY ONLY
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59c%

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3Pairs of Socks
2 IBath Towels
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