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January 28, 1938 - Image 2

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FRIDAY. JAN. 28, 193s

Chrysler Head
Will Address

Free Book List State Legislatures Do As Well Tommy Dorsey To Group To Consider
able to students under the free text ! As CaoncetEXn it!tqv


book lending library plan. Applications JJ
for use of books may be made through ________ ________._ (Continued from Page 1)
StudentsHofee n .heDengineering collegemay. State legislatures turn out apv of publicity, said. Details of this will
make application to Prof A. D. Moore. duct that is as good as we can ex- portion of it. No man can know it arranged later, it was announced.
600 Expected To Attend Kneier, Charles M. City govern- pect when the difficulties of drafting all, and it takes avery faithful, con- Mr
scientious and industrious legislator Do'sy, famous exponent of
nn i Michigan P wley ment in the U.S. 1934. (1). and understanding modern legislation to get an adequate understanding of the trombone, will play popularpieces
u-Labiche, Eugene, & Martin, Ed. La- and the chaos of the legislative ses- the measures submitted to him for for about an hour. Then certain num-
Beginning Feb. 15 poudre aux yeaux. 1905. (1). sion is taken ito consideration, ac- vote" bers will be selected and separately
cording to Prof. E. Blythe Stason of,
Langenscheidt, Landenscheidt's pock- th to Prof. ELegislative reference libraries, bill ach member of the orchestra will
More than 600 adminstrators, en- et dictionary of the English and drafting services, statutory revision give his interpretation of the piece.
giners and others- are expected to GnThe modern legislature is really a services, law revision commissions, A project is given annually by the
gi e rIn t e s a e e p c e o G r a a g a e , 1 2 , ( ) v a st a n d im p o rta n t in te lle c tu a l e n te r-1
attend the 24th annual Michigan Lason, Rene, & Desseignet, J. La ind wichthne medsofthante- and legislative councils. Professor club, Mrs. Maddock said. Last year
Highway conference here Feb. 15, 16 prise, m which the needs of the state Stason pointed out, have been organ- $1,200 was made on a raffle for a
and 17, it was announced yesterday. lutince et sa civilization de a rev- are thrown into the cauldron, and leg- ized by various states in the past few linen chest. This money was used
K.T.Kele, reien o te hrser luio anofours. 1930. (1) ,slation to meet those needs is brought,
Corp., will deliver the feature address. Leib, David D. Problems in the cal- forth as well as may be, Professor years to aid the legislator in the im-for a scholarship fund. This year
culus. 1915. (1). Stason said. Considering the complex- mense job which he has to do. 'The there will also be a booksale for this
Speakers at the sessions, accord- progress already made in the furnish- scholarship fund.
ing to a preliminary program re- LeRoy, Stanislas. Logical teaching ity of the legislative process, the time lng of aid to the legislature is com- Th
leased yesterday, will include Roy W. and studying of modern languages, lag between the beginning of the ses- mendable. The desirability and even e manemt of te Mica under-
Crum, director of the highway re- 1901. (2). sion and the time that the enrolled need of still further aid is recognized tA management of the Musical Corf
search board of the National Re- Love, Clyde E. Analytic geometry. acts arrive at the Governor's desk, the in many quarters, and only awaits theaticket will eannohnprice ao
search council; Arnold H. Vey, New 1927. immense volume of business done by available funds to be put into opera- te te.
Bn.the legislature, and the technical na -valablefundtobputntopera-laterdate
Jersey state traffic engineer; H. S. Lowry, Alexander, & Harrow, Benj.h ga n e h- d
Fairbank of the federal bureau of An introduction to organic chem- ture of many of the proposed bills, he _-_--_
public roads; Leslie J. Sorenson, istry. 1932. (2) explained, it is remarkable that the
Chicago city traffic engineer; Karl McLaughlin, Andrew C. A constitu- legislative product is as compact, as GUARDS TO TAKE CIVIL SERVICE
Detzer, noted writer and a number tional history of the U.S. 1935. (1). sensible and as well done as it is. LANSING, Jan. 27.-(A)-Guards in
of state and county highway officials. Macy, Pierre & Malakis, Emile. Petite In addition to this great volume of ithe state prisons will be subjected to
Efforts are being made to have histoire de la civilization francaise. work done. Professor Stason said, thecivil service qualifying examinations
GoenrMrhLet-o.Lo 1935. (1-). critic of our legislatures must con-cviseiequlfngxanaos
Govenor urpysLdutrGothLe technical complexity of heFeb. 5, the civil service commission
J. 'owicki, Sen. Prentiss M. Brown Maeterlinck , Maurice. Pelleas et sideot the oe f he
and State Highway Commissioner Melisande et interieur. measures considered. "No one person," announced today. The tests will be *.e;
Murray D. Van Wagoner appear Mills, Adelbert P. Materials of con- he stated, "can hope to attain expert- written in the prisons.
briefly at the Wednesday night din- struction; their manufacture and
ner at which Mr. Keller will speak. properties. 1931 (1). 1
Dean H. C. Anderson of the pCol- Milton, John. Selected essays of edu-
lege of Engineering has already cation, Areopagitica, the common-
agreed to be there. wealth. 1911. (1). r
Topics which the conference will Morgan, Bayard Q., & Mohme, E. T.
discuss include highway planning German review grammar and com- LAUNDRY uate student. Call or leave message
surveys, taxation and administration position book. 1934. (2).-- in aartment mailbox. Ant. 21. 216

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OU tV J Oi U&^"1%J1. a&A C~t111111U1LU11i11 - ""LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sax darned.
federal aid, traffic safety, parking Mott, George Fox, & Dee, H. M. An I
problems, traffic court work and outline history. of the middle ages. Careful work at low prices.
recreational use of highways. 4 WANTED
N.E.A. Department of superinten- --- - --------
dence. Social change and educa- TYPING of all kinds. Rates are rea-
H ou etion. (13th yearbook) 1935.(1). sonable. Work done neatly and ac-
Ogg, Frederic Austin. English govern- curately. Helen Is a a c son, 535
ment and politics. 1930. (1). Thompson. (back of Michigan
A re Disclosed Ogg, Frederic Austin, & Ray, P. Or- Union.) . 333
man. Introduction to American-- "-_-
government. 1931. (1). TYPING, neatly and accurately done. 2
C om m ittee Pagnol, Marcel. Topaze; edition scol- Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
"me aire; preparee par Arthur Gibbon 5244. 3x
(1).nueer.P )936 1).
(Continued from Page Palmer, George Herbert. Self-cul- VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
PleGog HebrSl-u- 6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
ed from the hall and their names re- tivation in English and the glory
ported to the President of the Men's of the imperfect. 1917. (1). ' able rates. 232
Council. Pargment, M.S. La France et les CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
"Violations of the regulations of Francaise. 1923. (1). old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
the Hop traceable to any group, but Pargment. M.S. Initiation a la langue $8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
not to individuals, shall render the francaise. 1936. (1). ers, old gold and musical instru-
entire group liable to penalty. The Pargment, M.S. Lectures pour debu- ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
responsibility for the maintenance of tants. 1931. 1) Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
proper conduct in any booth and for -
the observance of the rules by the Phi Delta Kappa. Evaluating the FOR RENT
members of a group having a booth public schools; a manual for use --- _ _
shall rest upon the president and Hop by conference groups discussing FURNISHED APARTMENT wantedE
representative of the group. problems of public education. 1934. for J-Hop week-end. Near Law
"No person shall re-enter the build- (1). Club. Send response to Box 8.
ing after once leaving. Pillsbury, W. B. An elementary psy- PRIVATE family will rent one double
"The furniture for the booths may chology of the abnormal. 1932. (1)- room. $7. New furniture. Simmons
be taken into the Intramural Build- Pope, Paul R. A German reader for innerspring twin beds. Indirect'
ing only between the hours of 9 a.m. beginners. 1930. (). Mm furnished. 1133 Forest. Phone
and 12 noon on Friday, Feb. 11, and Pope, Paul R. Writing and speaking 2-3380. 329
must be removed Saturday, Feb. 12, German; exercises in German com-
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 position and conversation; with BOARD: Graduates or faculty family.
neon." notes. 1929. (1). Double room, fireplace, private
bath. sundeck. Phone 2-2943 after ~

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6:00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30-Exciting Moments.
6:45-Raymond Gram Orch.
7:00-Fulton Lewis, Jr.
7:30-United Press Builetins.
7:45-Henry Weber Orch.
8:00-Black Horse Tavern.
8:30-Happy Hal's Housewarming.
9:30--Bamberger Symphony.
10:00-Twenty Years Ago Today.
10 :30-Musicale Moderne.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11 :15-Musicale.
11:30-Art Kassel Orch.
12:00-Guy Lombardo Orch.
12:30-Kay Kyser Orch.
6:00-Day in Review.
6 :15-Factfinder.
6:30-Girl Friends.
6:45-Lowell Thomas.
7:00--Mary Small.
7:30-Lone Ranger.
8:00-Grand Central Station.
8:30-Death Valley Days.
9:00- -To Be Announced.
9:30-Tommy Dorsey Orch.

10:00-Dance Music.
10:30--Dance Music.
11:00-John McKay.
11:15-Dance Music
11:30-Henry Busse Orch.
12:30---Dance Music.
6:00-Ty Tyson.
6:15-Dinner Music.
6:45-Michigan Highways.
7:00---Amos 'n' Andy.
7:15-Radio Extra
7 :41-Sports Review.
8:00-Lucille Manners.
9:00-Waltz Time.
9:30-Trae Story Hour.
10:00-First. Nighter.
10:30-Jimmy Fidler.
10:45-Dorothy Thompson.
11:15-Dance Music.
11:30-Dance Music.
12:00--Webster Hall Orch
6 :00--Stevenson News
6:15-Melody and Rhythm.
6 :45-T1o Be Announced.
7:00-Poetic Melodies.
7:30-Victor Arden Music.
7:45-Boake Carter.
8:00-Hammerstein Music Hall.
9:30-Paul Whiteman Orch.
9:00-Hollywood Hotel.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15-Week in Review.
12:30-Ted Flo Rito Orch.

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Suitable for graduate student. Oil
heat. Call 8169. 911 Forest. 303
FOR RENT: A single and a double
room for Jewish girls. 1511 Wash-
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APPROVED apartment for four men
students. Clean, comfortable. Rea-
sonably priced. 1030 E. Huron. Apt.
1. 335
BETWEEN campus and Intramural,
first floor, 3 large rooms. Furnished,
convenient, comfortable. Reason-
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2 SINGLES, r2 block from campus.
Very comfortable. Priced $3 and
$3.75. Call 2-3574. 338
4- ROOM furnished apartment. New
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GRADUATE student has two room
apartment to share with man-grad-
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