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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tus AYt 1

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New CoEditors Of Perspectives
Will Feature
jni.usual Ideas
Continuation of its policy of pre- 3
senting all types of student writing,
with a greater emphasis on the dis-y
cussion of arts and their connection;
1th .uinversity life will be featured
by Perspectives, campus literary pub-"
lication under its new staff, accord- -
ing to a statement by Harvey Swados, {
'40, and James Allen, '40, new co-°
editors.s[' ye
"We hope to be able to realize Av-
ery Hopwood's hope of encouraging
the 'new, unusual, and the radical,'
and at the same time to broaden theu
field of our activities and increase
the number of student contributors"
in order to make the magazine both
readable and worthwhile"; according
tQ the editors' prepared statement. -Daily Photos by, Bogle
"Such a policy will mean that a HARVEY SWADS JAMES ALLEN
greater part of the magazine will be
devoted to discussion of the arts and Freshman Guide
their place in'university life," it con-
"soth Allen and Swados urged the Ready For Press DAI LY OFFIC
support of "everyone on campus who Editor Announces f
is interested in writing for and work- Publication in the Bulletin is constructiv
n Ps s"Copy received at the office of the Ass
irig on Perspectives," to insure the Thoroughly revised and supple- i~oAM
scess of the coming year's publi-1:00 A.M.
scesofh cmented by the addition of several new
cation. . w. sections, the Freshman Handbook for
The new staff will edit a fifth edi- 1939-40 is ready to go to press, Clay-
tion of the magazine in about two ton Manry, '41E, editor of the book, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1939
weeks, the last to appear this semes- announced yesterday. VOL. XLIX. No. 165
tee',__The new edition will be set in the
same large type used last year and Notces
Fu rstenberf Attends will not contain advertisements, Man-U. BA
Fursenb rg A ten s ry said. Following the traditional IUnion Life Membershij Button. All
l edsl Almn'.ee form, the Handbook for incoming men who have been enrolled in theI
e c Ai e freshmen and transfer students will University for eight semesters may
provide a brief history of Michigan secure their life membership buttons
Dean Albert C. Furstenburg of the together with statements of welcome at the business office of the Union
Medi~calSchool attended yesterday a by Dean Joseph A. Bursley and Dean any week-day from 8 to 12 and 1:30
Alice C. Lloyd. to 5. There is no additional charge
meeting of Lansing medical alumni, An introduction to the principal for.this button. Students who are
wiich was called for a discussion of extra-curricular activities on cam- graduating after less than eight se-
the Frederick G. Novy Fellowship pus will be contained in the new, en- mesters of enrollment may make spe-
Fund for research in bacteriology, larged section this year. cial arrangements at the business
The Novy fund isrbased on an in- "Songs andiYells," one of the most office.
itiadi donation by Dr. Stuart Wilson popular o sections o h adok
and has grown through the contribu- Manry said, is being given special at- Choral Union Members. Refund on
tions of MV edical School alumni. The tention and will be more complete deposit for Choral Union music books
funtd is ePected. to reach $50,000 by than ever before. Another well-known 'will be made from 9 to 12, and from 1
1940 feature, "Tips from Upperclassmen" to 4 o'clock daily, up to noon Friday,
had been revised this year May 19, at the general office of the
OW PLAYING tor
A R CING 1CTUR TO
MAKE YOUR EART POUND LOOK YOUR BEST-Special, dress
WITH THE EXCITING GLAM- THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 sheirts 25c. Ace Laundry, 1114 S.
BUROF THE TRACK ... . CLASSIFIED
WANTED
ADVERTISING WE
WANTED-Any Old Clothing. Pay $5
RATES to $500. Suits, overcoats, mink, Per-
DWE A R D S M A L L Effective as of February 14, 1939 sian lambs, diamonds, watches,
P. .. .rifles, typewriters and old gold.
A OLPHE MENJOU "perreadglineon basof Phone and we will call. Ann Arbor
ADOLPH M E N J,00 fivepe averagen words to n o line) for one
or two insertions. 6304. 388
loc per reading line for three or MOTHER with child age 4 wanted
more insertions. for summer for care of child age 4.
M inimum of 3 lines per inser- Location lake cottage 100 miles
tion. from Ann Arbor. ox 2. 681
Extra of-These low rates are on the basis COUNSELLOR for 4 boys age 7 for
CARTONra NEofWcash payment before the ad is summer at lake cottage 100 miles
CARTOONA NEWS inserted. If it is inconvenient for from Ann Arbor. Must have initia-
ETERNAL FIRE you to call at our offices to make tive, imagination and understand-
Saudy- payment, a messenger will be sent ing of children. Good swimmer es-
-7 _1 Saturday oapckupyor ad at a sih extrah b f o dr
"UNIN PCIFC" o pck p yur d a a ligt etra sential Capable of complete direc-
UN/4NPACIFIC"charge of loc. tion. Good salary. Qualified parent
For further information call or parents bringing boy 7 or child
23-24-1, or stop in at 420 Maynard 4 or both welcome arrangement.
Street. Box 1. 682

Airplane Meet
This Weekend
Inexpensive Equipment
Will Be Demonstrated
Low-cost airplanes and equipment
will be demonstrated by 11 aircraft
companies at Aviation on Parade air
carnival Saturday and Sunday at the
Ann Arbor Airport.
Among the many models to be
shown will be a private plane equiped
with the new type tricycle landing
gear which was recently introduced on
the latest sky liners.
Othor airplanes to be shown include
sportplanes of various styles and
prices and one model equiped with
a new injector motor which has- not
been placed in production yet.
These various planes and acces-
sories may be viewed at the Ann Ar-
bor Airport Saturday afternoon. A
demonstration of the ships in flight
will be given Sunday.

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IAL BULLETIN
e notice to all members of the University.
istant to the President until 3:30 P.M.;
on Saturday.
School of Music. Members are cau-
tioned that no refunds will be made
after that date.
Charles A. Sink.
The official senior booklets and an-
nouncements can no longer: be se-
cured through the several senior
class committees but they may be
ordered for a limited time from the
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co., 603
Church Street.
Senior Engineers who failed' to get
fitted with Caps and Gowns on Mon-
day and Tuesday will be abl to be
'fitted at the Michigan League on
Saturday morning, May 20, between
110 and 12.
50 newdCaps and Gowns have been
purchased. All Seniors who have
not made arrangements for their
caps and gowns may purchase their
certificates and get fitted Saturday
morning between 10 and 12 at the
Michigan League.,
Senior Engineers: The composite
picture for the Engineering Class of
1939 is now being made up. In order
that your picture be included, wheth-
er or not you are graduating in June,
your class dues must be paid in full
on or before May 20, and you must
have had a picture taken for the
1939 'Ensian.
The picture will be hung in the
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IF YOU WANT TO RELAX
WEAR TIlS
PALM BEACH DINNER JACKET

Before the coming of the Palm Beach Dinner
Formal -- many a man issued the ultimatum "If
I have to dress - I won't go." Nowadays, it's a
joy to relax in white Palm Beach after a touch
day "at the works. Here's a tux that sets you up
-and never lets you down-keeps you cool and
spruce through dining and dancing from sun-

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down to dawn.

Good style and great value.
DINNER JACKET . $12.50
TROUSERS ....$6.00

TAY t0 R E i 3Y 't1 O O C3A 1
CR M 'F i( E . O E N U I N E C 40 7

Caps, Gowns & Hoods
For FACULTY and GRAUATES
Complete Rental and Sales Service
Call and inspect the nation-
ally advertised line of The
C. E. Ward Company, New
London, Ohio.
All rental items thoroughly
sterilized before each time
used, complete satisfaction
guaranteed. Get our Rental
Rates and Selling Prices.
VAN BOVEN, Inc.
Phone 8911 Nickels Arcade

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DRAMATIC TRIUMPH FOR RENT
FORER CA' FOR RENT-Summer cottages locat-
ed in South Haven's beautiful re-
No. SINGING sort center on Lake Michigan.
FAVORITE!Clean, comfortable, and fually.
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Nelson Eddy as Surrounded by well-kept and well-
The Wasp" shaded lawns. Further details gladly
bandit, lor., given upon request. 675
hero! Big! Spec.
tacular! Cast of FOR RENT - Southeast section-
Thousands first floor, five room duplex. Gar-
age, very desirable location. Newly
aeorated $45. Oril Ferguson. Allyn
Ferguson, 928 Forest, 2-2839. 680

WANTED - TYPING
EXPERIENCED typing, stenographic,
mimeographing service. Phone 7181
or evening 9609. 678
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. 5th Avenue. Phone 2-2935
or 2-1416. 79
TYPING-Reasonable and accurate,
719 Tappan. Call 3025. 674
kTTENTION STUDENTS! Typing
service-will pick up and deliver.
Reasonable rates. Phone 5888. 649
TYPING-Reasonable rates. Miss L.
M. Heywood, 414 Maynard St.,
phone 5689. 271
LAUNDRIES
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at lGw prices. 9

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Medical books, instru-
ments and office equipment of the
late Dr. Thomas W. Paton of 122
Normal St., Ypsilanti, Mich. 679
MISCEL.LANEOUS
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company. Phone 7112. 17
CASH PAID for your discarded.
clothing. Claude Brown,. 512 S.
Main. 311
HOME DECORATORS-Decorating,
painting. Budget plan if desired.
Dial 7209. 181
COLLEGE MEN WANTED as Fuller
Brush Dealers during summer.
Anywhere in U.S.A. Call 9798 any-
time. 671
TYPEWRITERS.
--ALL MAKES. Office
and Portable models,
bought, sold, rented,
, exchanged, cleaned
and repaired.
FOUNTAIN PENS, STATIONERY
STUDENT and OFFICE SUPPLIES
0. B. MORRILL
314 South .State Street
Since 1908 Phone, 6615

Invitation to a

If there's any air stirs
the man in the Palm
For Palm Beach is
breeze. Every square in
with millions of tiny o
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And yet, for all its a
Palm Beach tailors into
apt to see between M

ring these sweltering days,
Beach suit will get it.
a woven invitation to the
ich of its surface is meshed
penings. With every move
Iters through to your skin.
iry weight and open texture,
the shapeliest suit you are
ay and October. Comein

and discover the New Palm Beach with its clever
touches that step up fit and fashion.
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