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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Zone Divisions For Congressional District Presidents
CONGRESS ZONES

Classifed.
FOR REN4T
FOR RENT-First class single and
double, price reasonable. New beds
and desks. 1117 S. Forest. 36
FOR RENT-Attractively decorated
3-room apartment two blocks from
campus and hospital. 711 E. Ann.

Directory
MISCELLANEOUS
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
DELICIOUS home cooked meals.
Rates reasonable. 936 Mary St.
Phone 5410, 120

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FOR RENT-Suite of two rdoms for (
men students, comfortably furn-
ished, warm; continuous hot water;
garage available. 309 N. University.
Phone 8876. 92
LOST and FOUND
LOST-S.A.E. pin, Saturday evening.
Call Nelson Green. 23169. Reward.
123
LOST-'Horn rimmed glasses, tinted.
Call Chapman, phone 5617. Reward.
125
LOST-Alpha Phi pin Saturday
mormng between Romance Lang-
uage, University Hall or Pharma-
cology parking lot. Reward. Phone
2-1222. 124
WANTED - TYPING
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist.
Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
Phone 6327. 10
FOR SALE
FURNITURE FOR SALE-Chairs and
tables suitable for fraternity or
rooming house purposes, sturdy and
in good condition. Priced to sell at
once. Call 8590. 1811 Washtenaw.
122'
Rendezvous Campers
Hold Lane Hall Meeting

MEN--Hair cutting and scalp treat-
ment by Don Rogers. For appoint-
ment 4818. Groomwell, 1205 South
Unrversity. 115
TUTOR-W. E. Roth, experienced
German tutor. Translations a spec-
ialty. 705 Hill. Phone 9778.
LAUNDRIES
HOME LAUNDRY - Satisfaction
guaranteed. Phone 3979. Mending
free. 126
LAUNDRY-Students' laundry. Shirt
12c. We call for and deliver. Phone
4863 for oth'er prices. Mrs. Richards.
72
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 9
HOME LAUNDRY-Mending, no ex-
tra charge. Call for and deliver.
Phone 7398. 121

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SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
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
M1so special prices on toed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
speej lty.

This is a map of the campus region showing the
will be elected today.

IT mpdikinnfram w~ihich. the district presidepnts for Cniurrss

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Hillel Foundation Begins I
(This is the first of two articles on order, because of the increased de-
the function and activities of the Hillel or thes
Foundation on this campus.) mand for them.E

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A chapel, with a seating capacity of
about 90, is located on the second
floor of the building. This auditorium
according to Dr. Rabinowitz, amply
satisfies the traditional Jewish con-
cept of the three uses for the syna-
gogue: for prayer, study and assem-
bly. The chapel is equipped with a'
loud speaker system.
The lounges on the ground floor
are the scenes of the many social
gatherings sponsored by Hillel. In
these rooms are found a large part of
the Foundation's collection of maga-
nines, including some of the outstand-
ing Jewish periodicals.
Hillel's recreation room has facili-
ties for ping-pong, chess and check-
ers. Its kitchen is used often, par-
ticularly on special social and religi-
ous occasions.
Student leadership and activity
dominate the Foundation. The present
officers of Hillel are Nathaniel Holtz-
man, '39, president; Samuel . Grant,

A meeting of freshmen who attend-
ed Rendezvous Camp was held last
night at Lane Hall, led by Robert Al-
{ * em, '42, and Wesley, Swift, '42E. Four
_leventh Yearthou=san dannouncemen=ts of a second
meeting were given to the men pres-
ent for distribution.
'40, vice-president; Zelda Davis, '39, The second meeting, which will be
secretary-treasurer; and R o n a l d for all members of the freshman class,
Freedman, '39, Student Director of will be held at 7 p. m. Friday in the
Activities. Natural Science Auditorium.
The pulse of the Foundation is the Fred Luebke, '39, president of the
Men's Council, will speak on class
Student Council, which is composed activities, cheerleaders will be pres-
of the chairmen of the committees ent and the class challenge to theI
which run the organization. This sophomores will be read. The custom
council meets at 9:45 a. m. every Sun- of wearing pots will be urged on the
day* freshmen as an aid to class unifica-
Among the principal activities con- tion.
ducted by Hillel is a series of forums, -- --
which meet beginning at 8 p. m. every
Sunday. A cost supper is served at DISTINCTIVE_
6 p. m. preceding each forum, and a DISTINCTIVE
social hour takes up the intervening HAIR STYLES

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AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Rewlon and
Peggy Sage Polish.
Expert Operators.
RITZ
BEAUTY SHOP
East William Street

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Mickle Attends Meet
Prof. Frank A. Mickle of the me-
chanical engineering department, is
present at a convention of the Ameri-
can Gear Manufacturers Association
being held between Oct. 8 and 14 at
Sky Top, Pa.

Permanents $3 to $10
Open Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Friday evenings by
appointment.
RAGGEDY ANN

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Shop
1114 S. Univ. Ave.

Ph. 7561

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More smokers everywhere are
turning to Chesterfield's refreshing
mildness and better taste.
It takes good things to make a good for millons
i rt-~iintThat whxTwi si- thi hpS

PAUL WHITP6AN
Every Wednesday Evening
GEORGE GRACIE
BURNS ALLEN
Every Friday Evening
All C. P S. Stations
EDDIE DOOLEY

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