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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Civic Orchestra
Holds Rehearsal
Staubach Is Concertmaster
Of MusicalGroup
The Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra be-

Law Finally E nrncshes
n Unlicensed Riksen
A two year old legal fight came to
an official end yesterday when B.
Ray Riksen, former campus sandwich
vendor, paid $64.25 in fines and costs
to the city of Ann Arbor.
Riksen and three helpers were ar-

gan its season's activities last night rested on the double charge of ped-
with a rehearsal from 7:30 to 9:15 dling without a license and using a
p.m. at the Ann Arbor high school. pleasure car for commercial purposes.
Consisting of 40 players under the After a decision by Circuit Judge
I George W. Sample holding the ped-
direetion of William R. Champion, diler's ordinance unconstitutional, the
the organization is a city-wide non- case was held in abeyance while the
profit music project. Rehearsals are city appealed to the state supreme
held every Thursday evening, and court. Riksen finally paid after a
eight public appearances, two being recent dccision of the Supreme Court
out of town concerts, are scheduled upholding the validity of the ordin-

Exhibits In Racklhar Building
Show Medical School History
By JEAN MAXTED The other exhibit illustrating the
Now on display in the exhibition growth of the Medical School was
rooms of the new graduate school are completed yesterday and opened to
two exhibits showing the history of visitors here for the medical alumni
the University since 1836 and the his- reunion. This display was also pre-
tory of the Medical School from its pared by the University Museums in
establishment as a department in I cooperation with the Medical School.
1850. - _ _ _''
The history of the University ex-
hibit was prepared by the University H uSI ERY
Museuyims in cooperation with the staff - SPECIAL -
tecture; who prepared the model of 2-thread, First quality, sheer
tecture, who repared the model of crepe. (Silk sealed) to prevent
the campus showing all the campus snagging) has wonderfoot and
buildings, the stadium, the hospital lovely shades exceptional value.
unit, and the dormitories. The photo- 89c
graphs of the campus were loaned by
the University Extension Service. HAND KNIT SWEATERS
Also included in this exhibit are a i Mostly small sizes.
number of old maps loaned by the
Michigan Historical Society. A map'
of Ann Arbor in 1836,. originally or-$1 6
dered from N. Currier,of Currier and Also have a good assortment of
Ives fame, by John Allen, one of the ANKLETS.
first settlers. There are several oth- SMARTEST
er charts showing the expansion of
the town and growth of the campus HOSIERY SHOPPE
in 1854, 1863, 1865, 18, 1880, 1890 Michigan Theater Bldg.
and 1937.__________________

for the season.
Prof. Charles Staubach of the Ro-
mance Language Dept. is concert-
master, and Prof. Philip Potts of the
Engineering College acts as manager.
An advisory council, of which Prof.
David Mattern of the School of Music
is chairman, serves to guide and sup-
port the various musical activities
of the organization.

ance.
Unon Tryouts Called
Michigan Union sophomore tryouts
of last year will meet at 4:30 p.m.
this afternoon in the student office
of the Union. A meeting of sopho-
mores who are interested in trying
out will be held Tuesday of next week.

Classified Directory'

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Very attractive for wo-
man, in business or school. Home
privileges. 411 E. Washington near
State. 6318. 69
FOR RENT-Double room for boys.
Approved, $2.50 each. 1232 White.
Phone 2-1954. Near Ferry Field. 70
FOR RENT-Campus area, 2 room
Apt., hot water, private bath, frig-
idaire, reasonable. 540 Packard. 68
FOR RENT-Rooms for boys, 2 blocks
from campus, stokes, 1 block from
movies. Suites at $3, $3.25, and
$3.75. Single at $4. Roomy. Call
2-1767. 52
FOR RENT-3 rooms well furnished.
Apartment for rent. Convenient to
University and hospital. Rent reas-
onable. Call 2-3430 for further in-
formation. 67
FOR RENT-Suite and double room
at 431 Thompson St. Graduate Stu-
dents or Seniors preferred. Tele-
phone 9431.
FOR RENT-Suite with private bath
and shower for three, also newly
decorated double. Phone 8544. 422
E. Washington.
F'OR RENT-Rooms with private
bath in delightful home. Breakfast
if desired. Call 2-2102.

day. Reward. Ned Arbury. Phone
2-2992.
LOST-Green Wild hat from open
car along So. Fourth or E. William
initialed NSR. Call N. S. Robson,
2-3297, 34
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Large wholesale clothing
firm desires campus representative;
an aggressive, well known student.
Big money making opportunity.
Write in detail. Office 410, 330 S.
Wells Street, Chicago, Illinois. 71
HELP WANTED-Men students wish-
ing to earn $4 to $6 before game to-
morrow report Daily office at 2 or
7 p. m. today. 73
LAUNDRIES
SILVER LAUNDRY-We call for and
deliver. Bundles individually done,
no markings. All work guaranteed.
Phone 5594, 607 E. Hoover.
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LAUNDRY-Students' laundry. Shirt
12c. We call for and deliver. Phone
4863 for other prices. Mrs. Richards.
T 72

DANCING.. .ARMORY
Company K
Fri., Sept. 30 - Sat., Oct. 1
HERB "RED" RITZ and his band 0
Early Bird Price before 9:0
Dancing Every Friday and Saturday

FOR RENT-Two large double and
%2 double rooms for boys. Nicely
furnished and clean. 127 N. State.
Phone 4679.
FOR RENT-3-room furnished apart-
ment. Private bath, newly decorat-
ed. Apply 7905 G Street. Near main.
highway, Dexter, Michigan.
FOR RENT-Men's room, two large
double rooms, 2nd floor, one private
lavatory. Reasonable. 923 Olivia
2-1465.
FOR RENT-Desirable single and
double rooms for Graduate men or
00'x$ pug 09'E$'uaumss3pJaadn
Phone 2-1932. 540 Walnut.
.ARAGE FOR RENT, 722 Forest,
Across from Forest Plaza, $4 per
month. Call 6765.
LOST and FOUND
LOST--Black leather notebook, 4x8
inches in Follett's Book Store Satur-

MISCELLANEOUS
RAINEY HOTEL, 303 .. Ann St.
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist.
Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
Phone 6327.
VIOLA REINCKE FURNISS-Music
Studio 406 E. Liberty. Teacher of
piano, 'cello, harmony, and ear-
training. Beginners and advance
pupils.
WANTED-Sophomore wishes room-
mate for large double room, newly
furnished, tile bath, showers, hot
water. $4.00. 1417 S. University.
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112.
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
SPECIAL END PERIANENTS $1.50.
Shampoo and Fingerwave with
Rinse 54c. College Beauty Shop. Ph.
2-2813. 65

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Mail Lectures Series
Application Now
Applications for tickets will be filled in the
order received. The Hill Auditorium box-office sales
will open October 17 and continue through Octo-
ber 2 5. Mail all orders to the Oratorical Association,
32 11 Angell Hall, Ann Arbor, Mich.
PRICES

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for all departments

Single Admission
Tickets
Main floor .. $3.00
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Main floor... $3.50
Three central sections-
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