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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1938

1 ZZ f lei i V aaa v s s i s c a a a .a

Old Law School Building No w Houses Varied Departments

Brennan, Savilla Hurt been spentin this department than
Brennan~avilla Hurt usual, and the Wolverines' wvork showsl~ rs1T p a
In 'Two-To-One' DrillIthis.
(Continued from Page 1) Mental lapses were also frequent,
- - '____ and the inexeperienc_ of Crisler's Prof. Mentor L. Williams of the
doors of the Stadium, the regulars sophomore contingent was often Erglish department and Robert F.
scored six times to mop up the re- demonstrated. Much of Crisler's driv- I Emerine, '39, will speak at a Fresh-
serves 38 to 6, but there was no ela- ing of the team can be accounted man Orientation Smoker at 7:30 p.11.
tion on the Michigan bench. Cris- to the needf of giving experience to tomorrow in Room 319 of the Union,
ler registered extreme displeasure at his new men. under the sponsorship of. the Pro-
the downfield blocking and def en- The Saturday lineup found Kodros gressive Club, local chapter of the na-
sive play of his team. The former at center, Heikkinnen and Olds at tional American Student Union.
weakness was aptly shown by the guards, Janke and Savilla at tackles, Emerine will discuss "Facing Came
regular's failure to make appreciablyI Smick and Nicholson at ends, Eva pus Issues." An open forum and
long gains. Short chops at the line shevski at quarterback, Kromer and the usual cigarettes, cider and dough-
for five and ten yards proved to be Harmon at halves, and Phillips at nuts will follow.
the rule. fullback. Purucker, Strong, Mehaf- ----
The defensive weakness will un- fey and Derwcod Laskey were outR T DisIfieds
doubtedly be stressed, Less time has with injuries.
THE IT? E "S ARE ON THE LOOSE AGAIN
* TILLYOUM LLT~B
THE BEEYYYES ---
You AEET

Haven Hall, a familiar landmark on the campus for many an old Michigan man, and originally
seat of the Law School, now houses three departments of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.
auditoriums of the building and the lecture rooms are frequently used for writing final examinations

the
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Classified Directory

FURNITURE FOR SALE - Chairs
JACKSONVILL; Fla., Sept. 19.-- and tables suitable for fraternity or
(P)-Storm-wise southeastern Florida rooming house purposes. Sturdy
"cleared decks" tonight to withstand and in good condition. Priced to
a tropical hurricane thundering sell at once. Call 8590, 1811 Wash-
through the- Bahamas and threaten- tenaw.
ing to strike the mainland in 24 to 30 FOR RENT-Triple and double suites,
hours. newly decorated. Dormitory, show-
A 3 p.m. Weather Bureau advisory er. Mrs. James, 514 Thompson,
said the storm was centered at 1 p.m. Phone 4489.
530 miles southeast of Mifami,' moving
west northwestward about 20 miles VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist.
Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
an hour. Phone 6327.
At 6:30 p.m. the Bureau issued a
bulletin ;paying Bahamas readings LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
had shown only a gradual fall since
1 p.m. and this "indicates the storm SINGLE, DOUBLE, and Suites. Clean
may be turning towards the north- and comfortable. Mrs. A. W. Hoff,
west." 939 Greenwood. 9411.

SILVER HAND LAUNDRY. We call
for and deliver. Bundles individu-
ally done, no markings. All work
guaranteed. Phone 5594. 607 E.
Hoover.
ONE LARGE, light double room, 2
double room, desireable roommate
on second floor. Mrs. George Ford,
825 Packard, 23051.
NURSERY SCHOOL re-opened Mon-
day 19th for children 2 to 3/2 years.
Call Frances MacNaughton, 5837.
CANOE WANTED, preferably Spon-
son. State condition and lowest cash
price. M. Lee, Lapeer, Michigan.
FOR RENT-Two or three room
apartment. Phone 5901, 822 Dewey.
RAINEY HOTEL, 303 E. Ann St.

When they're not singin' they're fling'.n' things at each other!
AdlphZvker presents
DING CROISIIY'fred aMJI
SING xu OSINNE
ELLEN DREW . ELIZABETH PATTERSON . DONALD O'(:ONNOR
Nights Matinees
:.7-9 2-3:50
love'em *"35c 25c
hear 'em sing
La g an Cal itL e"i :1....v .xx""""":"6e. .."...V..w

"a9hadCollI t Love"
"Pocketful of Dreams"
"Don't Let That Moon
GetAway ""Small Fry

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THURSDAY
"ALWAYS GOODBYE"
rbert Marshall, Barbara Stanw, Jan

NEXT SUNDAY
"BOY MEETS GIRL"
mes Cagney, Pat O'Brien

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GREETINGS,

CLASS

OF 1942. .AND OLD TIMERS!

ARSHALL

CUT-

ATE

RUG
231 South State Street
at the head of
Liberty Street

Phone 9242
WE DELIVER

COSMETICS

TO BACCOS

I These Prices Effective until and including Saturday, September 24th

Biggest Value in Town!
UNIVERSITY of MICHIGAN SEAL
STATIONERY

75
50
125,

- SHEETS
- ENVELOPES
*. . . All for... .

49c

CosmeticS - Perfumes
Toiletries
Complete lines by Yardley, Lenther-
ic, Coty, Elmo, Max Factor, Colonial
Dames, H. H. Ayers, Marvelous,
Evening in Paris, Barbara Gould.
SHAVING SUPPLIES

D RUGS
50c MIDOL .... .......r... 26c
2 dozen ASPIRINS . ......... 5c
Pint, ALCOHOL ..... ...8c
50 HALIVER CAPSULES 49c
25c FEENAMINT ......19c

DENTAL NEEDS

Hair Preparations

50c
5Qc
50c
50C
50c
5Oc

TEK Tooth Brushes. .2 for 51 c
DR. WEST Brushes ...... 33c
KOLYNOS ........ . ..26c
DR. LYONS............29c
IPANA .. . . 39c
REVELATION POWDER . 29c

25c
50c
50c
35c
25c

CHESTERFIELD BLADES.
BURMA SHAVE . ....
MOLLE ............
LIFEBUOY CREAM.....
MOLLE TALC.........

19C
29c
26c
21c
. 9c
69c

50c VASELINE TONIC.... .
60c KREML...
$1.00 VITALIS
75c FITCH SHAMPOO.....
60c DRENE .......

37c
29c
79c
49c
49c

:

20 SHICK BLADES.......

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Tissues and Napk ins

COSMETICS,

200i KLEENEX' 13c . ... 2 or
500 KLEENEX, 28c . ... 2Zfor
50c Sanite 'Deodorant Powder
4 Dz. .K.T.EX ... .............
3 Dz. MODESS............
10 TAMPAX ..
50c WIX .................

25c
55c
29c
75c
54c
33c
39c

60c ANGELUS ROUGE .....
55c PONDS CREAMS.....
63c LADY ESTHER CREAM
50c JERGENS LOTION,
with 25c Cream .........
$1.00 KURLASH..........

.29c
.27c
.39c
.39c
.57c

Electrical Applia nces
Toasters ... Hot Plates ... Flat Irons
Hair Dryers ... Coffee Percola-
tors . .. Bathroom Scales . .. Desk
Lamps . . . Mazda Light Bulbs . .
Plugs ... Fuses.

STATIONERY
36 Envelopes
all for
9c
Soap Sale
Palmolive - Lux -
Camay - Lifebuoy -
Sweetheart -
4 for19c

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Reserve

the Right to Limit Quantities

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