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"'° ~THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, O1CTOBER 1, 1937

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NEWS IN BRIEF

Classified Directory

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Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241.
I chigan been unconfirmed, Paris authorities' The classified columns close at five
Mih g n were informed. o'clock previous to day of insertion.
AFBox numbers may be secured at no
TAKE IT FROM FARLEY-Off-- extra charge.
iCash in advance only lec per reading
the-reservation Democrats will all be L nline for one or two insertions. 10c per
"rg k on the bandwagon in reading line for three or more insertions.
"right bako tebnwao n(On basis of five average words to line).I
1940, yelling their hardest for Roose- i ESPIONAGE-British War Office Minimum three lines perinsertion.e _
velt's program," predicted Postmas- officials were duped into allowing;' -
ter General James A. Farley at a Robert Beyer, 58-year-old German NOTICES
Saginaw luncheon. At the same chemist to work for months in their _______ .
time the political major domo re- secret laboratory at Woolwich Arsen- SEWING SHOP: Coats shortened
timaetit wasldisclsedawhen Beyerrwas and relined, garments altered.A
fused to comment on the possibili- al,It was disclosed when Beyer wa Gr Tel 2-3902
ties of a third term for his chief. sentenced in Old Bailey Criminal ! ves._. .____
100,000 W O R K L E S S - Mayor Court to six months imprisonment for KEMPF Music Studios, 312 S. Divi-;
Couzens reported 100,000 persons in fraud. Beyer, it was learned, was in- sion. Phone 6328. Piano, voice, pipe
Detroit unemployed, 14,393 families troduced to War Office officials by organ. Leave orders for expert
on welfare and 11,500 on WPA proj- three peers.piano tuning. 13
ects 67,035 families are receiving
temporar vrelief the mav oyrn id FOR SALE

A LOVELY two-room apartment
newly furnished. Utilities fur-
nished. Girls preferred. Phone
8767. 48
APPROVED for men students one
two-room suite, one double room.
1105 E. Washington. 44

TWO LARGE front single rooms
nicely furnished. Fireplace and pri-
vate lavatory. 602 Monroe. 41
FOR RENT: Three large single
rooms, recently decorated. Phone
8654. 921 Dewey Ave. 38
SINGLE room near campus suitable
for business woman or graduate{
woman student. Telephone 5712.#
50
SINGLE ROOM. Upperclassman or
graduate. 1208 S. University. 52

Handkerchiefs.................2c
Socks (pr.) .....................3c
Pajamas .......:............10c
CO-ED LIST
Slips .........................loc
Dresses ........................25c
Panties .... 7cup
Handkerchiefs .................2c
Pajamas ....................10c up
Hose (pr.) ..................... 3c
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Individually Done-No Marking
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.

low prices.
GROUND FLOOR furnished apart- FOR RENT: A single room with bath. - -
ment, electric stove, electric refrig- $25 a month. 911 Forest Ave., LOST AND FOUND
erator, steam heat. Clean and Phone 9068. Private entrance. 57 LOST: Four honor keys Saturday. All
homelike. Call at 813 E. Ann St.LOT:ForhoorkysSauda. l
46 HELP WANTED engraved. Return to W.P.A. Gra-
ROOMS for students. $1.50 up. Jen- STUDENT salesman, hustler. Salary ham. 2-3236. Reward. 45
nings House. 1142 E. Catherine. and commission. Call 6460 for ap- i WILL the person who found my wal-
8 pointment. 51 let please contact me at 821 E.
_ .University or 4018 as soon as pos-
ROOMS TO RENT: Preferably to LAUNDRY sible. 56
ure-medics. Access to comfortabe -_-_-

ulliiay1 lC, Ll l y sa . Uu
Kansas City
BLACK MOMENTS-Controversy
raged over the appointment of Jus-1
tice Hugo L. Black and split the
American Bar Association wide open
in a disorderly meeting climaxed by
an unsuccessful drive for a resolu-
tion condeming judicial member-
ship in a secret order "actuated by
religious and racial animosity."
The thorny task of drafting a suit-
able resolution was labored over last
night by the Resolutions Committee
and today an attempt will be made
to reach an agreement that may be
published as the official convention
opinion.
Paris
SELASSIE NIGHTMARE-Il Duce
in his efforts at pacification and col-
onization, has maintained firm hand
on Ethiopia despite native agitation,
French advices from Djibouti indi-
cated.
Reports of large scale fighting be-
tween Italians and Ethiopians had

There And Here VICTORIAN sofa and Courier and
President Roosevelt sailed into Ives prints. Dial 2-1187 evenings.1
British Columbia aboard a warship ! 47
the ashes of Edward A. Filene FOR RENT
started home on the Ile de France, FOR_ _ _N_
aboard the same ship was Mrs. James TWO SUITES reasonably priced, sec-
Roosevelt. !ond floor. 311 Thompson. 54

lounge room. Phone 2-2161. 31
WEST SIDE: Several pleasant bed-
rooms. Home privileges, garage. 100
Longmen Lane. 8949. 18
TWO room furnished cottage. Insu-
lated. Circulating heater. Prefer
married couple, $15. a month. 4220
Plymouth Rd. Phone 740F5 (dial
116) after 5 p.m. 43

EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and
deliver. 4863. lx
SILVER
LAUNDRY
Phone 5594-Call For and Deliver
MEN'S LIST
Shirts .........................14c
Shorts.......................4c
Tops .......................... 4c

CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY
SAM welcomes old students and new.
Suits and overcoats at $3 and $25.
Ladies fur coats. Typewriters, old
gold and musical instruments.
Phone 6304 for appointment.
Read Daily ClassifiedAds

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LAST TIMES TODAY!
HE TAMES CONVICT RIOTS FOR BUSINESS!
HE TAMES DIZZY DAMES FOR PLEASURE!
ANN SHERIDAN ."Barton MacLANE
TOMORROW
Laugh! Gasp!
Whistle Those Tunes !
Milton Berl.
Harriet Killiard
William Brady
SJeromeCowan
Thelma Leeds
-- EXTRA
POPEYE CARTOON
News of the Day
COMING SOON
"Toast of New York"

BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

RICHARD
CROOKS
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TEN GREAT PROGRAMS
Rachmaninoff, Pianist wE
The Cleveland Orchestra

GEORGES
ENSECO
DNESDAY, OCTOBER 27
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9

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5.
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7.

ARTUR RODZINSKI, Conductor
Richard Crooks,
Fritz Kreisler, V

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Tenor
iolinist

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29

Boston Symphony Orchestra
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Conductor WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8
Ruth Slenczynski, Pianist
MONDAY, JANUARY 10
Helsinki University Chorus

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MARTTI TURUNEN, Conductor
Gina Cigna, Soprano
The Roth Quartet

TUESDAY, JANUARY 18
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17

PETER LORRE
as the famous Saturday Evening Post sleuth
to

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Georges Enesco,

ViolinistTUESDAY,

Tbbk Fast,
MrMeo

MARCH

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VIRGINIA FIELD
THOMAS BECK
SIG RUMANN
Executive Producer
Sot M. Wurtzet
Directed by Norman Foster
Based on a story by J, P Marquond

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SEASON TICKETS (including $3.00 May Festival C'upon) may
be ordered by mail, to be selected in sequence $6.00, $8.00,
$10.00 and $12.00 each.

Address CHARLES A. SINK, President,

School

of Music,

May-

nard Street.

Ann Arbor. Michiaan

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