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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Henlein Greets Hitler At New German Frontier Town

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISIN

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FOR SALE

LAUNDRIES
jFOR RENT --
FT-- LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
FOR RENT--Comfortable and well Careful work at low prices. 9
furnished rooms for married stu-_ _ _

dents. Phone 6152.

88i

FOR RENT-Suite, study room, and
sleeping porch. Instructor or gradu-
ate desired. Garage. Phone 7856. 82
FOR RENT-Two desirable rooms,
reasonable. Everything furnished.
Half block from North Intramural
Building. Inquire 917 Mary St. 104
FOR RENT-Very attractive double
or single room in private home for
graduate or working girl, or teacher.
Phone 8321, 829 Tappan. 103
FOR RENT-Rooms, single and
double; private shower. new inner-
spring mattresses, automatic heat,
meals if desired. Ph. 2-1196, 1022
Forest. 106
FOR RENT-First class .single and
double, price reasonable. New beds
and desks. 1117 S. Forest. 36
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Collegiate Sororis pin, on
campus. If found call 2-3279. Re-
ward. 86

LAUNDRY-Students' laundry. Shirt I
12c. We call for and deliver. Phone
4863 for other prices. Mrs. Richards.
72.
SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone 55941
Free pickups and deliveries f
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
Shirts ....... . .......... ... . .12
Undershirts ................. .04
Shorts ........ . ........... . .04
Pajama Suits ........... . .10
Socks, pair ................. .03
Handkerchiefs ............... .02
Bath Towels.............. .03
All Work Guaranteed
kMso special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
specialty.
NOTICES

Entering the newly-annexed part of Germany, Adolf Hitler was welcomed at Eger, Sudetenland, by Konrad
Henlein, Sudeten Nazi chief. This picture was transmitted from Berlin to New York by radio.

FOR SALE
Latest Dance Records
Victor and Brunswick 40c
Decca and Blue Bird 20c
MURRAY, 736 S. State Ph. 2-1777
WANTED - TYPING
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist,
Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
Phone 6327. 10
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen.
408 S. 5th Ave. Phone 2-2935. 79
BEAUTY SHOPS
LET OUR STAFF of 14 experienced
operators serve you. Alice Thors
Wheeler is available at the E. Lib-
erty St. shop. For men, Don Rogers,
specializes in hair cutting and scalp
treatment at the So. University Ave.
Shop. Permanents of Distinction.
GROOMWELL SHOPS, 615 E. Lib-
erty St., Phone 3773; 1203 So. Univ.
Ave., Phone 4818. 105
MISCELLANEOUS
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gavel, washed pebbles. Kllins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
PRIVATE NURSERY school for chil-
dren 2-4 yrs. Limited enrollment.
Near .campus. Call Frances Mac
Naughton 5837. 99
BOARD-$5.50 per week. Table ser-
vice, delicious Southern cooking.
Close to campus. 1022 Forest. 107
WANTED-Student with good read-
ing knowledge of Dutch language.
Room 23, East Hall, 10 or 2 o'clock.
102
FOUR PERSONS, interested in going
to Minneapolis and return for
Michigan-Minnesota football game.
Call 2-1227 between 5 and 6. M. F.
Kessler. 64

Brace Minimizes Foresters Will
Fall Cold Epidemics
Convene Here
Although no statistical information
is available yet, Dr. William Brace Central States Foresters
of the health service staff believes thl To Meet In Rackhani
current epidemic of colds no more se-
rious than the usual-fall epidemics Forestry and conservation authori-
of past years. ties from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Ken-
The doctor cautioned, however: tucky, and Michigan will gather for
"Too often colds are taken too light- the annual meeting of the Central
States Section of the Society of
i- The common head cold, while American Foresters on Oct. 20-22 at
not often serious itself, may often be the University, it was announced yes-g
the forerunner of more serious ill- terday by Prof. Robert Craig, Jr., ofd
nesses as sinus and ear infection or the forestry school, who is secretary
pnuemonia." and treasurer of the section. Head-
The best treatment, according to quarters for the meeting will be ina
Dr. Brace, is to include plenty of the Rackham building.
fluids on your diet and get plenty Aerial photographs as applied to
of rest. If the cold doesn't then re-- various phases of forestry will be thev
spond a physician should be consult- topic -of Ronald Craig, of the Do-a
ed. Medicines given out by the health minion Forest Service, Ottawa, prin-t
servicl are meant to make the pa- cipal speaker at this year's meeting.
tient more comfortable and to aid Plans have been made for the visit-t
nature in breaking the cold. ing foresters to visit the. Waterloon
Project in Washtenaw and Jacksono
counties, the University's forest prop-
Afohott Announces erties near Ann Arbor, the State
Game Farm at Mason, the Depart-
New, Radio Series ment of Conservation at Lansing, and
'__the forest nurseries at Michigan State
Fifteen programs each week will Clege. About 100 are expected to
originate inthestudios of the Broad- attend the meeting according to Pro-
casting Service of the University of fessor Craig.
Michigan this year, it was announced t I
yesterday by Prof. Waldo M. AbbottI
director of the Service. The program HirE A C
will begin Sunday and run through1. El
April 9.
Outstanding in the University's va - E~ l
3te nUne:S HEIDT
rieid broadcasting "schedule is Prof."
Joseph E. Maddy's music instructionI And His Alemite Brigadiers
course entitled "Music Makers." Pro- I c
fessor Maddy's course, which has at- 1. M. A. Auditorium
tained national recognition in the Flint
last few years, will be carried this y Oct. 8th,
year by the Red Network of NBC Saturday,
from 12:45 to 1:15 p.m. every Tues-;,------------ --
day. ! n. Oct. 15 - Frankie Masters
Oct. 22 --Benny Goodman
INSTRUCTIONS and His Camel Caravan
Every form of dancing. -
Open 10 to 10. Terrace
Garden Studio. WuerthHor9to1
Theare Bldg 9695 Ladies 25c Gentlemen 55c
S e c o n d F l o o< ->1 1

Alumni Plan
Pre-Yale Fest
New York Club Will Dine
Yale-Bound Students
The University of Michigan Club of
New York will hold a party at the
Hotel Commodore for students who
will attend the Yale game and will be1
in New York the night before the
game, Reuben Peterson, Jr., '14, presi-
dent of the club, said yesterday.
The party will be open to both men
and women for'the first time in many,
years.
The club's special train co New Ha-
ven will leave Grand Central Station
at 10:45 a. m. Saturday, Oct. 22, and
the price of round-trip tickets will be
$2.65. Returning from New Haven,
the train will be held until 5:30 p.
m. to permit the three pullman cars
of the team to be attached.

LOST - Shell-rimmed glasses
brown leather case. Please
2-2448.

in
call
96

LOST-A Delta Kappa Epsilon fra-
ternity pin Saturday in vicinity of
Pretzel Bell. Call 2-2547. Reward.
101
Identification Cards Are
Ready For Distribution
Identification cards for the com-
ing school year are ready and can
be had in Room 4, University Hall.
They will be necessary for admission
to the Chicago game.

ENROLLMaEsTMndayblic Evening
School. classes Monday evening, Oct.
10th. Classes ir Shorthand, Typing,
Bookkeeping, English, Mathematics,
French, German, Spanish, Citizen-
ship, English for Foreigners, Art,
Public Speaking, Sports, Piano,
Sewing, First Aid, Home Nursing,
Photography, WoodwciKI, Drama-
tics, Lip Reading, Mechanical Draw-
ing, Interior Decorating, Aviation,
Cooking, Salesmanship, and Mer-
chandising. Registration Fee. Ann
Arbor High School. For further in-
formation call 5797. 81
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Underwood portable
typewriter. Excellent condition,
reasonably priced. Call 4920 between
6 and 7 p. m. 100

STATIONERY

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A Date at FLAUTZ's
Let's have BEER and SAND-
WICHES this afternoon at
FLAUTZ's!

with MICHIGAN SEAL or Imprint

Priced from lOc to $

.25

Plain Sheets - White or Colored.
in many Pastel Shades, at complete prce range.

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Closed Every Monday

Won-

BEE RBottled&WINE
BEERDraught &WN
F LA UTZ's Cafe
122 West Washington
Corner Ashley
Hours: 11 A.M. -- Midnight
Lunch 11-4 p.m. Dinner 4-8

WAHR'S BOOKSTORE

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