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October 21, 1938 - Image 6

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More Candidates Submit Planks
Two more candidates for the Stu- State
dent Senate have turned in their plat- Civil Service Reform, Revision of
forms. Alberta Wood, '39, and Bar- State Constitution towards more
>ara Bradfield. '39. have pledged flexibility, Short Ballot.
themselves to:
Interna ijonal Bar Accepts Graduate
U.S. adherence to World Court,
Diplomatic cooperation and abolition, Beatrice A.. DeVine, '38L, daughter
of any isolationist-neutrality policies. of Attorney and Mrs. Frank B. De-
National. Civil Service Reform, Na- Vine, 2023 Seneca Ave., was admitted
}onal Lr. Relations Bd.. short ballot. to the bar yesterday
Classified Directory
FOR RENT Varsity Show. Gold link band.
Finder call 2-45"61. Kay Ryan. 543.
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for 151
men students, comfortably furn-
ished, warm; continuous hot water; LOST-Grey reversible. If found re-
garage available. 309 N. Division. turn to Harold Rosen, 428 Hamilton,
Phone 8876. 92 Phone 7949. Reward. 144
FOR RENT-Unavoidable vacancy. LAUNDRIES
nicely furnished downstairs 2 room
apartment. Housekeeping or suite LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned,
arrangement. Share bath with ow- Careful work at low prices. 9
ner. Married couple or gentlemen.
$34.00 per month. 115 N. Thayer. MISCELLANEOUS
148
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
FOR RENT-Attractive rooms, single way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
or double to graduate wbmen, busi- Gravel Company, Phone 7112.. 17
ness women or instructors. Continu-
ous hot water. Call 6152. 149 WANTED-Students who need part-
time work apply Room 302 Union
FOR RENT-Large single room for Bldg., Oct. 21st, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00
woman student. Attractive and p.m. 155
reasonable. Breakfast served. Near
campus. Phone 9479. 146 WANTED - Engineering Material
Book by White. Call 5575. Ask for
FOR ~RENT-Beautifully furnished Arnold. If anyone finds original
suite for three. Also newly decorated copy please return. Reward. 154
double. Garage available. Phone
8544. 422 E. Washington. 152 WANTED -- TYPING
LOST and FOUND VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist.
Reasonable rates, 706' Oakland.
LOST-Large brown purse. Valuables Phone 6327. 10
inside are very important to owner. __--._
If found call Pat O'Neill at -2819. FOR SALE
150 FOR SALE-Tuxedo, new, size 38.
LOST-Small gold Bulova watch at Must sell. Call at 228 S. Thayer. 153

City Gets Baptist Meeting Wayne Flies Swastika
The 104th annual Michigan Baptist DETROIT-(P)-A large red flag
convention will be held in Ann Arbor bearing a black swastika, emblem of
next October it was decided at the the Nazi party, was found Thursday
closing session of this year's meet- flying from a flagpole in front of the
ing in Port Huron. main entrance to Wayne University.
Expensive? NO.
Exclusive? YES!
Smart hats need
not be high priced.
Our prices range
from $3.00 up.
0 HELEN POLH EMUS
S613Ea Willidam Street -- Four Doors off State.
Flattering !
Off-the-face hats for the
cold-weather collars.
and up
Dana Richardson
309 South State
A A the Dillon Shop
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BIG NEWS in
LITTLE HATS
Try one of these
\ 'GAY, SAUCY DOLL
J HATS.. .at
SCHILLER MILLINERY
219 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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TICKETS
now on sale
at Hill Auditorium
Box Office

Alexander

Woollcott

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25,8:15
HILL AUDITORIUM
en Other Nunbers:
Mar. 8: H ARRISON FORMAN
Nov. 15: PAUL VAN ZEELAND an. 26: R. H. BRUCE LOCKHART
Nov. 29: COL. W. STEWART-RODDIE Feb. 16: LORD STRABOLGI
Jan. 12: Capt. WARWICK TOMPKINS Feb. 28. Capt. C. W. R. KNIGHT

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