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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,. MAY 12y .1339

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIPAYJ MAY L2~. 1939

Rural Schools
Chorus To Sing
Washtenaw School Pupils
To Give Free Concert
Music from Washtenaw county's
rural schools will come to the city
next Tuesday, May 16, when a cast
of 695 children will present their sev-
enth annual May music festival in
Hill Auditorium.
The rural school children will offer
a children chorus of 455 voices and a
varied program of folk dances. They
will' be assisted in the concert by the
Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra, directed
by William R. Champion.
Students from grades -8 will take
part in the festival. They are directed
by Miss Mary Ann Collinge. Miss
* Mary E. Porter, a student in the Uni-
versity School of Music, and Hardin
A. Van Deursen, instructor in the
School of Music, will also take part.
The rural music festival, final dress
rehearsal for which will be heldrin
Hill Auditorium, Monday morning,;
will be open to the general public
without an admission charge.
CLASSIF
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Four bed room cottage
on Lake Leelanau just being com-
pleted; Entirely modern. Available:
ftr entire season. Reply Post Office
Box 1, Ann Arbor. 639
ROOMS FOR SUMMER Students
Three singles and a double. All
nely furnished. 1421 S. Universi-
ty,'phone 6760. 660
THREE SINGLE ROOMS-$28 each
for Summer Session. I.E.S. lamps,
overstuffed furniture. 524 s. Forest
phone 9840. 662
SUMMER STUDENTS! Two single
rooms nicely furnished. Continu-
ous supply of hot water. 815 Church'
phone 8494. 661
FOR RENT - Upper classmen and
graduates .only. Beautifully fur-
nished suites and single rooms. For'
sumner and next year. Attractive
home, well located. 928 Church.
Mrs. Merrick. 658
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer
school students. Single and double
rooms. Located block from campus..
1208 S. University. Phone 8935. 659
FOR RENT-Good location, near
campus, warm water. 325 E. Jeffer-
son, 4 blocks west of campus, for
the summer. 655
FOR RENT to graduate men or wo-
men. Choice rooms, continuous hot
water,, shower, excellent beds. 929
Church St. Phone 8492. 650
FOR' RENT-Four or five room fur-
nished apartment, summer or
school year. Electrically equipped.'
Osborn, 209 N. Ingalls 645'
MAY
CLEARANCE SALE
Merrick Heirloom
Chinese Rugs
These are so different"
.Discounts 10 to 50%.
Due to sharp rise of Chinese rug
price in China, American prices
will soon be much higher. Order
your specially made Chinese rug
now at old prices.-Any shape orr
size. .Any design, any color.

Merrick quality-the best
Mrs. H. B. Merrick
928 Church St., Ann Arbor.

Three Forlorn GirlsSeek Men Here
u 2 u
To inform the campus they were treated churlishly by two Michigan
men during the recent high-school press convention, three Detroit
lasses sent The Daily these sketches, 10 cents as expense money. I) the
interest of Michigan's honor, we ask: "Do you know these men?"
tE D ADVERTISING
FOR RENT-Summer school stu- ACE HAND LAUNDRY-Headquar-
dents, piefsant rooms near campus. ters for college students. Our shirts
Large, cool porch. Shade trees. are done best at the lowest price.
Room for cars. Two showers. 1331 A trial will convince you. 1114 .
Washtenaw. Phone 7595. R. Rose. University, 4303. 667
647
WANTED - TYPING
FOR RENT-Two suites, single and
double. One block from campus. TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
Reasonable rates. Large cool rooms. 408 S. 5th Avenue. Phone 2-2935
Phone 7758. 654 or 2-1416. 79
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 4 room .ATTENTION STUDENTS! Typing
apartment, 1st floor. Frigidaire, service-will pick up and deliver.
garage. For 2 adults. Residential Reasonable rates. Phone 5888. 649
district. Mrs. C.E.H., 1022 Granger.
652 TYPING-Reasonable rates. Miss L.
_______________________- M. Heywood, 414 Maynard St.,
FOR RENTw-Rooms in good location, phone 5689. 271
for this summer, near campus. LOST
Warm wiater. 325 E. Jefferson, 4 _____________T _______
blocks from campus. Phone 4738. LOTCleit ooi i.Fne
655LOTCoegaeSrisi.Fndr
_________________________- please return to 1501 Washtenaw
FOR RENT-Apartment and room, or call 2-3270. Reward. 651
private baths with shower. Newly MSELNOS
decorated. Block from campus. MICLAEU
Reasonable. 6833. 656 WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
FOR RENT-Large, cool, first floor, Gravel Company. Phone 7112. 17
single room. Between campus and cmpshewretratdchrlshyywoMihia
Field House. Well furnished. $24.00 CASH PAID for your discardcd
for Summer Session. Call 6388. 918 clothing. Claude Brown, 512 S.
Packard. 664 Main. 311
FOR RENT-Two suites, single, HOME DECORATORS-Decorating,
double, 1 block from campus. Reas- painting. Budget plan if desired.
onable rates. Large cool rooms. 654 Dial 7209. 181
FOR RENT-Rooms for the Summer WOMEN'S Spectator sport pumps.
Session near campus. Innerspring Black and white, brown and white.
mattresses. Reasonable rate. Mrs. $2.98. R. & S. Shoe Store, 108 5.
663 Main. 653
Hanselman, .920 Monroe. 63 Man65
FOR RENT--For the Summer Ses-
sion, 3 desirable single rooms, 3'
blocks from campus. Call 3764. 806T
Packard. 6661
FOR RENT - Desirable rooms .for
the Summer Session. 2 blocks from
campus. 528 Packard. Phone 9453.
665
W ANT ED
WANTED-Any Old Clothing. Pay $5
to $500. Suits, overcoats, mink, Per-
sian lambs, diamonds, watches,
rifles, typewriters and old gold.
Phone and 'we will call. Ann Arbor
6304. 388
WANTED - Furnished, house for
eight weeks summer school. Reas- No droop, No wit
onable rent desired. No children.p
Can furnish Ann Arbor references. No fray I

Write Mrs. John Elwell, 914 S.' HE collar on the Ar-
Washington, Saginaw, Mich. 648 TroWDARTshirt won't
WANTED-One passenger to drive wilt though you wear it
to San Francisco, June 1. Dr. from dawn to midnight
Arnold, 2-2521. 644 (yet it has not a drop of
starch) . .. and it won't
WANTED-Used sedan or tudor on fray or blister though
terms. '36 model or better. Call you have it laundered
Jampel 4570 evenings. 657 dozens and dozens of
LAUNDRIES
LAUNDRY -2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 9 t~f, .hic J
State Street on the Campus
Wolverine 11

Newly Appointed CAA Head Senior Ball Ticket Sale
Will Open Wednesday
To Speak At Air Show Dinner Senior Ball tickets will be avail-
able to members of the Senior class
next Wednesday, May 17, at the
"Aviation on Parade," a stuntles Union ticket desk, Waldo Abbot, Jr.,
air carnival to be held Saturday and a '39, chairman of the Ticket Commit-
Sunday, May 20 and 21, at Ann Ar- his tee, announced yesterday.
bor Airport will be the subject of The ball will take place June 16
a talk by Robert H. Hinckley, re- atthe Intramural Building with Bob
ently appointed chairman of the Crosby and his orchestra supplying
Civil Aeronautics Authority. Mr. - ~ music.
Hinckley will headline the program
of the annual dinner to be given Make Mine A Want Ad
at the Union Saturday night, May e _nAWa __d
20, by the University's branch of the
Institute of Aeronautical Sciences in
honor of the show's participants.
Since his first airplane flight in
1913 as a missionary in Germany, he
has gained widespread recognition Sv
for his work in aviation. His activi-
ties in the field were climaxed last" "
month when he was appointed head
of the CAA by President Roosevelt. ..
Born in Fillmore, Utah, Mr. Hinck-
ley is the son of the late Prof. Ed-
win S. Hinckley alumnus and a pro-
fessor of geology at Brigham Young
University.
Serving abroad for three years as
a Mormon missionary, he returned ROBERT W. HINCKLEY C U T -
to this country, and graduated from _ - ____ _U
Brigham Young University 1916. suted in his appointment that same 213 SOUTH STATE STREET -
After a brief interlude in the auto-sutdihiaponmntatae 21SOT SAE'TR T-
mobile business, Mr. Hinckley in 1927 year as director of the Federal Em-
wasoneof he irs tw pasenersergency Relief Administration for
rya on ofth fist wopasengrsUtah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon,
to fly from Salt Lake City Reno California, Nevada and Arizona. Drugs - Cosm e
ne Boeing Air Transport's He has also been FERA assistant r g
line. - administrator of Washington and -
In 1928 he fathered the Utah- assistant administrator in the WPA
Pacific Airways at Ogden, Utah, stock in charge of 11 western states, Ha- LE FR DAY and SATU
In which he held until receiving theinAa skt
CAA appointment. The government wa and Alaska.
first started using his line to record
game censuses, and his planes were Athena Postones 100 5-Grain
also useful in developing the tech-
nique of dropping supplies to forest Tryouts Until Fall ASPIRIN TABLETS
fire-fighters by means of small para-
chutes. Tryouts for Athena, women's speech
As a public servant, Mr. Hinckley society, will not be held until the
has a term in the Utah house of third week of the fall semester, Faith
representatives to his credit. He has Watkins, out-going president of the
also been mayor of Mt. Pleasant, organization, announced last night.
Utah, in 1924-25 and has been a Any persons interested should con-
member of the board of regents of tact Beth Caster, 335 Mosher Hall. Ful Strength
the University of Utah since 1928. Next year's program, a diversified Full Pint
Success in his work as a member one that as usual covers all fields of RUBBING ALCOHOL
of the Utah governor's voluntary re- speech work, was planned at the
lief committee in 1932 and as direc- regular meeting yesterday. Officers
tor of the Utah State Emergency for the coming year will be elected
Relief Administration in 1933 re- at next week's meeting.
A Complete Stock of ARROW Products
is available at 30 MILK of
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Welcome to... 9C
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35t PREP
Tear down to
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dealer this noon
if you want to get the pick of l1 c
this season's crop of Arrow
beauties. Be the first on the
campus to wear what everyone
else will be wearing six months for headache

hence. New patterns, new colors, 25c size
in Arrow shirts, ties, underwear, ANACIN TABLETS
handkerchiefs, and sportswear.
Huge assortments of crisp fresh 11C
Arrow merchandise just waiting
to be ensnared... get yours now.
Regular 25c
F< 'W CARTERS
LIVER PILLS
i ,t hasnt an Arrow label
it isn't Arrow.
200 Hinckles
Now! Matinees.. 25c CASCARA COMP.
Nights.... 35c TABLETS
Wha~d yu inwhn ouSee the hilarious history of
; a family that won $150,000 1
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EPSOM SALTS
13c
"We Reserve the Right
>' , ; ~~f~tR W UrrilE RY ,

Sculpture Lecture
Draws Residents
Italian sculptures, as described by
Prof. Kennedy of the Toledo Univer-
sity proved to be a big ,drawing carcl
for many Ann Arbor residents at a
lecture given by him last night in
Toledo.
Prof. Kennedy will present another
lecture, with illustrations, on the
place of St. Cecilia in Desidero's work,
next Thursday.
"WMA

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TODAY 2-4- 7 9 P.M.
Now! BE SURE TO
SEE IT!
SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE'S
"The Hound of the
Baskerviles"
Starring
RICHARD - BASIL
GREENE RATHBONE
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