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THE MICHIGAN flAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939

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CLASSIFIlED ADVEHtTISING

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
RATES
Effective as of February 14, 1939
12c per reading line (on basis of
five average words to line) for one
or two insertions.
10c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
Minimum of 3 lines per inser-
tion.
These low rates are on the basis
of cash payment before the ad is
inserted. If it is inconvenient for
you to call at our offices to make
payment, a messenger will be sent
bo pick up your ad at a slight extra
charge of 10c.
For further information call
23-24-1, or stop in at 420 Maynaro
Street.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Single room, with board
if required. North of campus. Phone
7530. 549
FOR RENT-Furnished first floor 5
room apartment May 1st. 1602 Fern-
dale Place. Phone 9540. 536
FOR RENT-Three room apartment,
private bath, electric refrigerator
and stove, furnished. 1201 E. Uni-
versity. 539
CATHOLIC CHURCH-Three rooms
unfurnished, stove, refrigerator and
garage $60. Phone 2-3259. The F.
A. Sergeant Co. 534
ROOMS FOR RENT-A furnished
apartment for two or three gradu-
ate or business- women. Also beau-
tiful studio room, 426 E. Washing-
.!10n, 470
FOR RENT-Large double room,
choice location for upperclassman
or graduate man. Reasonably
priced. Church St. Phone 3227. 488
FOR RENT-One suite, one single,
hot water, inner spring mattress.
Hot air heat. Phone 271241. 476
FOR RENT-Large double room with
sleeping pordh, choice location for
graduate w o m e n. Reasonably
priced. Box 14. 450
FOR RENT--331 E. Liberty St., front
room, first floor. Heat, light, bath.
Lady preferred. Phone 3690. 553

experience
reasonable.
Field, 8871.

typing
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theses. Rates
Mrs. Branch
490

EXPERIENCED TYPIST, University
Graduate, can copyread and edit.
Rates reasonable. Call 5126.
TYPING-Reasonable rates. L. M.
Heywood, 414 Maynard St., phone
5689. 271
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. 5th Avenue. Phone 2-2935
or 2-1416. 79
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Plymouths, Fords, and
Chevrolets at bargain prices. Lewis
Nixon, 416 So. Main St. 479
FOR SALE--Complete Leica camera
1.9 speed lens. Built in precision
range finder. Call Owen R. Baker,
Jr. 4296. 478
FOR SALE--New shower clacks, guar-
anteed to prevent athlete's foot. All
sizes. Richard Mead. Phone 2-4401.
481
FOR SALE-DeLux Shades installed
DeLux Way. De Lux Window Shade
Co., 207 So. Main. Ph. 8778. 492
FOR SALE-9 tube Radio-Phono-
graph combination, $16. High-grade
guitar in case. bargain. STOFF-
LET'S, 523 E. Liberty St. 484
FOR SALE-Senior cap-black tassle,
size 7, new. For sale. cheap. Call
2-3241. Mrs. Rogers. 485
FOR SALE-Sasieni Deonds $2.00
Blue Front Agor State .State and
Packard. 560
OLD COINS for sale. 1134 Forest Ave.
5159. 561
FOR SALE-Complete set of drums
for dance band. Excellent condi--
tion. Will sacrifice at $75. Call for
R. A\[aschine, telephone 2-4401. 546
FOR SALE-All kinds of beer in
bottles, kegs, and cans. We deliver
until midnight. 303 N. Fifth. Phone
8200. 515
FOR SALE-Canaries, beautiful sing-
ers. Parakeets. Also talking parrot.
Peachface lovebirds. Bird supplies.
Cages. 562 S. 7th, phone 5330. 512
FOR SALE-Sampson card tables.
These are genuine Sampson tables.
Special $1.98 Student lamps $1.95
up. "Midwest", 209 E. Washington.
Open evenings. 511
FOR SALE-Day Bed $7, cot $1, play
pen $1, ice box $5, Boy Scout equip-
ment. 523 or 525 Linden St. Call
6884.

LOST-Small rectangular yellow gold
wristwatch, black cord bracelet.
Call Irma, 2-2286. Reward. 456
LOST-Ladies gold Elgin watch. Two
diamonds on round watch. Senti-
mental value. Reward. Box 11. 452
LOST Coin purse on first floor front
Natural Science Bldg. Reward. Tele-
phone 3952.
LOST--Large brown leather purse
containing glasses and fountain
pen. Call 4329. 557
WANTED-EMPLOYMENT
JOB WANTED-Experienced camper,
Eagle Scout, 18, desires position at
Summer Camp. Call Dan Huyett,
2-4401. 503
JOB WANTED-Ambitious student
desires work in Ann Arbor for
Summer Vacation. Call Hanson,4
5251. 502
WANTED--Work of any sort. Willing
capable and intelligent. Call 2-1717.
J. D. Austfn. 495
WANTED-Young man, college grad-
uate, wants part time or full time
emploment inside or outside. Phone
2-1297. 489
WANTED--Part-time work for stu-
dent girl-after 10 -a.m. or prefer-
ably afternoon--housework or soda
fountain, experienced. Box 16. 487
INSTRUCTION
ART LESSONS under experienced in-
structor. Decidedly reasonable rates.
Apt. 114, 339 S. Division. 506
I CAN NOW help those having trouble
with French. Simply dial 5158.
Moderate rates. 497
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Student boy to work for
his room and board or both. Phone
9815. 552
MUSICIANS WANTED-1 bass play-
er, one drummer. Call Polis, 7236 or
2-1937. Leave name. 556
WANTED-Canvassers, good return;
minimum of one hour per day.
Call Gene Freedman, 9733. 565
WANTED-Men to work in spare
time. Minimum of one hour a day.
Call Phillips, 2-3519. 482

PROFESSIONAL NOTICES

FOR RENT-Suite with cooking
privileges for students or business
men. Also single room. Shower,
garage. 425 S. Division. 555
WANTED - TYPING

LOST and FOUND

PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER-3 years
H. W. CLARK
English Boot and Shoe Maker
r Our new repair department, the
best in the city. Prices are right.
438 South Stateand Factory on
South Forest Avenue.
COMPLETE
Gardening
Supplies
Look no further for the right
kind of seeds or gardening tools.
Every possible item that you
can wish for from wheelbar-
rows to carrot seeds is in our
store.
COME IN TODAY
and browse around.
SCHLENKER
HARDWARE CO.
"Since 1886"
213-215 W. Liberty Ph. 2-3265

LOST-Corwim's "Constitution and
What It Means Today" in Angell
Hall. Reward. Call 4054. M. W.
ReideY. 535
tLOST-Racoon coat in Parrot. It was
just like new. Reward. Call Web at
7758. 540
LOST-A men's brown and tan twin
sweater set. Please return to 411
Allen-Rumsey. 538
FOUND-One man's brown oxford at
P.B. Sunday night. Write Box 8,
Michigan Daily. 549
LOST-Gold rectangular Gruen wrist
watch. Gold metal link band. Lost
about 3 weeks ago. Bernie Simon,
8590. 527
LOST-"Social Disorganization" by
Elliot & Merril. If found please no-
tify David Jassy at 3590. 547
LOST-One freshman pot on March
20 near Mosher-Jordan. Culprit call
Flannigan, 2-3187. Thanks. 544
LOST-White print kerchief Tuesday
night March 14 between Health
Service and Rackham Building.
Phone Goldstein 2-2276. 509
LOST-Book of Milton poetry about
two weeks ago. Reward. Simon,
2-1777. 499
LOST-Bach English Suites; Schu-
mann Nochturne lost in University
High. Reward. Call Margaret
Mathews, 2-2852." 504
LOST-An oval black onyx ring with
Michigan seal. Reward. Call Jean
Pray, 4759. 486

CASH PAID for your discarded
clothing. Claude Brown, 512 S.
Main. 311
ANNUAL GLEE CLUB Spring Con-
cert Thursday, March 30, Hill Aud.
No admission charged. 494
FOR BETTER Spring Dances con-
sult Macal-Johnson Orchestral
Service. Phone 2-3297. A Band for
the Occasion. 473
DRESS MAKING and alterations
skillful work done at reasonable
price. Miss Avery, phone 2-3912.
472
MICHIGAN COLLECTION Service is
courteous, efficient, economical.
Call Johnson at 2-3297 or Schwartz
9553, 471
WANTED--Service and repairs on
sewing machines. Also supplies and
hemstitching. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 469
ALBERT GANSLE, tailor, 207 So.
Main St. Suits made to measure
$30.; altering and repairing; prompt
service. 468
SANFORD Hat Cleaning and Shoe
Shining. Open day and night. 121
E. Ann. 524
WASHING MACHINES, Ironers and
Sweepers. Parts and service. Phone
6990. Moore Maytag Co., 307 S.
Main. 521
LARGE ASSORTMENT of electric
motors. Your motor repaired or ex-
changed. Maynard Battery, 332 E.
Washington. 513
ALTERATIONS and dressmaking.
Store, shop and home experience.
Reasonable. Gladys Sturgis, 1426
Washington Hghts. Phone 2-2975.
533
SIX WHITE uniforms, size 16, short-
sleeved, only slightly worn. Price

very reasonable. Call 4121 ext 303,
from 8-12 or 1:30-4:30.
LAUNDRIES
SPECIAL STUDENT Home Laundry.
Call for our special rates. Ask for
"Ter" Walker. Phone 4776, 480
LAUNDRV - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 9
STUDENTS--When laundry becomes
a burden call 4776. Quality work.
reasonable. We call and deliver. 519
TRANSPORTATIONf
RESERVATIONS for vacation train
rates may be placed at THE
QUARRY DRUG STORE Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoons.
WANTED--Two to share expenses to
California and Yellowstone. Leave
A.A. about June 17. Call 2-3941
(evenings).
WANTED-Ride to Chicago over va-
cation. Call 3733. Sid. 568
TO HIRE-Car for spring vacation.
Call Jack, 8461. 563
WANTED-A ride to Cincinnati, leav-
ing Friday noon. Phone 6232. Will
share expenses. 567
WANTED-Vacation passenger to
New York and back. 1938 Chevrolet.
$13. Call Jampel, 4570, evenings. 559
WANTED-Ride over vacation to
I Pittsburgh or vicinity. Call George
3733. 569
WANTED-Two rides to New Jersey
Spring Vacation. Willing to share
expenses. Call Bill 2-2372. 542
WANTED-A ride and share expenses
to Cincinnati, Louisville or Frank-
fort, Ky., for Spring Vacation.
Mosher 2-4561 No. 444. 507
WANTED--Ride to Buffalo or its en-
virons, April 7. Phone 2-1777, ask
for Dick. 528
WANTED-Passengers to Idaho or
vicinity. Leaving about June 10th
via New York Fair and Washing-
ton, D.C. New car. Call 7849 by
March 30th for reservation. 530
WANTED-Two rides to New York
City or New Jersey Spring Vacation.
Call Al 2-2372. 543
RAIL EXCURSION reservations tak-
en now. Superior Dairy, State St.
4-5 daily. Student operated. 475
WANTED-To drive or share expenses
to Pittsburgh and back for Spring
Vacation. Call Bill, 2-3588. 496
FELLOW DOGSLEDDERS-A ride is
wanted to the Upper Peninsula
Spring Vacation. Share expenses.
Phone 8852. 491
WANTED
WANTED-3-room completely fur-
nished apartment in campus sec-
tion for Spring Vacation. Call Skur-
la, 2-2591. 554
WANTED -- O'Neal & McBurny's
Principals of Argumentation. Phone
2-2565. Bob Wagner. 474
WANTED-Model A Ford in good
condition. Will pay good price.
Phone Tom at 8518. 545
WANTED-I want a squash racket.
Must be in good condition. Howard
Novasel, 6539. 532
WANTED-Clothing wanted to buy.
S u i t s, overcoats, typewriters,
watches. San pays the most. Phone
6304 for appointment. 388
WANTED-Textbook for Political
Science 52, Government of Fascist
Italy. Call Ed, phone 6092. Thanks.
541
WANTED-Three tickets for Nation-
al Collegiate Swimming Meet. Call
Morin, 2-2171. 537
WANTED-Speech book, The Work-
ing Principles of Argument by

O'Neill and McBurney.V Bob Wag-
ner, 2-2565.
BEAUTY PARLORS
JUANITA'S HOUSE of Beauty, ex-
perienced complete service, reason-
able prices. Phone 3023, 410 Wol-
verine Bldg., 4th and Washington.
514
MONTH-END SPECIAL-Regular $6
Eugene permanents $3.50. College
Beauty Shop, phone 2-2813, open
evenings. 531
MOVING SERVICE
MOVING-A and C Cartage, storage.
Local and long distance hauling.
Every load insured. 325 S. Fifth,
Phone 9835. 522
ELSIFOR Cartage Co., Inc., local and
long distant moving, storing, pack-
ing, shipping. Every load insured.
310 W. Ann Phone 4297. 526
H. B. GODFREY Moving, storage.
Local and long distance moving.
410 North Fourth Ave. Phone 6927.
525

(Continued from Page 4) the Union.
an assembly of the School of For- Student
estry and Conservation at 10. fellowship
a.m., today, in the amphitheatre p.m. in th
of the Rackham Building, at, Hall is op
which Mr. Seth Gordon, Executive Michigan t
Director of the Pennsylvania Game serve refre
Commission and former Secretary of members.
the Izaac Walton League and Pres- formal disc
ident of the American Game As-
sociation, will speak. All students in Internati
the School of Forestry and Conser- 1. The (
vation are expected to attend and Dr. Gale tc
others interested cordially invited to urday even
do so.Dr. Gale
years in go
been three
Stalker Hall. Class in "Through the Chinese Go
New Testament" led by Dr. Brashares sistant Dire
at 7:30 at the Methodist Church. sion. Few
Group leaving Stalker Hall at 10 p.m. report on
for a roller skating party. China. Th
exclusively.
Services will be held at 8 p.m. to- 2. The
night at the Hillel Foundation. Dr. thihs week
Rabinowitz will speak on Chassid- a visit to t
ism." Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity tory undert
will act as host at the social follow- Supper will
ing services. and the vis
follow at 7
Coming Events 3. Ther
German Table for Faculty Mem- gon Countr
bers: The regular luncheon meeting "The C.C.(
will be held Mondaypromptly at hours occu
12:10 p.m. in the Founders' Room of o'clock.
the Michigan Union. All faculty
members interested in speaking Ger- The Roge
man are cordially invited. There will its annual
be a brief informal talk by Dr. Erich the First
Husserl on, "Aus der Wekstatt des Huron St.
Zahnarztes.- April 1, at
will be Mr
Eastern Engineering Trip: impor- dent Secr
tant meeting for those going on the College, Ea
trip Sunday, March 26, at 5 p.m:. inLions call
l

PAINTING and Decorating, infterior
and exterior. Cleaning windows,
walls, woodwork washed. Guaran-
teed. Reasonable. References. Phone
2-1280 8-6. 548
PAINTING Paperhanging, wall wash-
ing, paper cleaning and all interior
and exterior decorating. First class
workmen. Phone W., P. Jacobson,
2-1320. 517
REAL ESTATE
GRANGER Avenue-Six rooms with
large living room and fireplace and
three good sized bedrooms. Garage
Priced reasonably with terms. Ed-
ward M. Couper, Realtor, State
Savings Bank Bldg. Phone 2-1322.
510
FOR SALE, Lease or Trade, 9 room
house in Detroit, Grosse Pointe sec-
tion, large living room, sun room,
fireplace, oil heat, electric refriger-
ation, 5 bedrooms, newly decorat-
ed. Owner, 9815. 551
FOR SALE--Choice lot on Vinewood
Blvd: near Geddes Ave. Restricted
section. Inquire 422 East Washing-
ton. 562

painting. Budget plan if
Dial 7209.

desired.
1811

MISCELLANEOUS

WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
TO SWAP-New guitar for what have
you. Call Yale Coggan, 6738 at 616
Church. 505
FURNACES VACUUM cleaned and re-
paired. Carl Sweet, 2-3578. Succes-
sor to Carl Heinzelman, formerly
Marshall Furnace. 518
BLACK DIRT and manure. Also ashes
and rubbish hauling. Work guaran-
teed satisfactory. H. Tolman. Phone
2-2926. . 523
SPECIAL-Paste Waterless Cleaner.
Was $1 gal, now 79c. Factory Paint
Store. Phone 2-2440. 516
CARPETS CLEANED, sewing and
laying. Oriental rugs washed. Amer-
ican Rug Cleaning Works, Green
St. Phone 8115. 520
Social Dancing
School of
Taught daily, 10 to 10.
Terrace Garden Studio
2d Floor, Wuerth The-
ater Bldg. Phone 9695.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30 P.M.;
11:00 A.M. on Saturday.

Room to be posted.
Religious Association: A
hour on Sunday at 4:15;
Le Fireplace Room, Lane
en to all students. The
Christian Fellowship will'
eshments to visitors and
Group singing and an in-
ussion period will follow.
onal Center:
Chinese Club has invited
speak to them this Sat-
ing, March 25 at 8 o'clock.
has been in China for 30
vernment service. He has
times decorated by the
overnment. He is the As-
ector of the Salt Commis-
were as well qualified to
the actual conditions in
he meeting is for Chinese
Sunday evening program
takes the unusual form of
the Angell Hall Observa-
the direction of Dr. Rufus,
I be as usual at 6 o'clock,
it to the Observatory will
o'clock.
movie next -Monday night
t three films: "The Ore-
y," "A Salmon Run," and
C. Camps." The movie
urs weekly from 7 to 8
er Williams Guild will hold
banquet in the parlors of
Baptist church, 503 E.
., on Saturday evening,
6:15. The guest speaker
William H. Genne, Stu-
etary at Michigan State
ast Lansing. For reserva-
Guild House, Dial 7332.

Tutorial Plan
Will Be Tried
By Universit)-
New Program Beginining
September To Include
Only Limited Number
(Continued from Page 1)
range the entire programs for the
students assigned to them, conduct
the seminars and hold conferences
with the students.
Students will be selected each May,
and, except under extraordinary cir-
cumstances, no one will be admitted
at any other time. The Board of
Tutors will have full authority over
admission of students to the Honors
Program. Students interested in ap-
plying for admission to this program
in September may get further infor-
mation at the office of Dr. Lloyd S.
Woodburne, assistant to Dean Ed-
ward H. Kraus of the literary college.
Following admission to the pro-
gram, each student will be assigned
to a seminar in the field in which he
is to work. Each seminar will cover
a broad field within which the stu-
dent will be allowed to follow his own
special interest. The student's full
program will include the honors sem-
inar, course work and individual con-
ferences with his tutor. Each stu-
dent in his senior year will be re-
quired to write a penetrating essay
on a subject selected by him in con-
sultation with his tutor and to pass
a final comprehensive examination
in the field of concentrated study
and collateral fields. Students who
have demonstrated superior ability
in these tests of competence will be
recommended for honors at gradua-
tion.
The committee in charge of draw-
ing up these details was composed of
Prof. Warner G. Rice of the English
department, chairman, Prof. Burton
Thuma of the psychology department,
Prof. Howard Calderwood of the po-
litical science department, Prof. John
W. Eaton of the German department
and Prof. Ralph A. Sawyer of the
physics department.
DAN CING
0R
j -Armory-
Auspices of Company K
TONIGHT and
Saturday
HERB "RED" RITZ
and his band.
Every Friday and Saturday
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