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THE MICHIGAN DAILY STEA,111 ,1R
d ini Shakes Hands With Chamberlain Foui'thf Student - -- Dietitian To pa
DAILY 04FICIAL BULLETIN O m
Ri ot Feaitures Pu ubitin In the Bulletin I contructve notice to all members of the Onniesiy Vegetariattenismofte sisat oth reien
1until 330 11 00 anm.on Saturdayb " etalkn the comng thne,
Less iD amiage Lw~illb h akgiven by Lucille Coh-'
w,,.__ "Cnine fo Pg ) iise o h tpc:"hya. am at a meeting of the state conven-
I~c~firsl ieIGida ee 'lc nLutheran?" tion of the Theosophical Society on
< J "s etty nedaim RfGulatsvnocckn Harris Hall. I____ Sunday at '12:30 to be held at the
>"M " Tismetig il bgi pomtl ad icign eaue N I II11,£As Police Douse Fires Ti etn ilbgnpopl n Unitarian Church: 11 a m Sunday MiYuaeakdt e ntm.Te;Techignvetongue.il b el
MAYI Crowd Has Started meeting will conclude at 8:05 in or-3 morning, Mr. Marley will speak on theaycnvntirowhc will be heid
I"yder that those of the group who de- "Fascism in the Saddletdyadtoorwwl bEet4e
contnue'frm rge r sie t doso ay aten th Iner- 6:30 p.m. Coffee Hour in Chrch !by Miss Gtham's talk and by a
Contnue 'fom agei'~ ireto o s ma attnd he nte- .spcial vegetarian dinner prepared
lz --- --._-_--guild meeting at the Congregationalibaiy. under her direction.°
Mage before the tear gas was used. Un- Church at 8:15. Dr. Yoder, Directorl 7:30 p.m. Liberal Students' Union ____________________
E like last night's episode, the gas of the Ypsilanti State Hospital, will Prof. Roy Wood Sellars will speak
ipoe nfetv n ndseainseak at the Inter-gul al no TePresent Situation ard Li- iff-erent.. try a(
s President Clarence C. Little finallyth sujc,"eionadM tlerlRign.
Health." All students are cordially Zion and Trinity Lutheran Churches
had to make a speech before~ the stu- invited to attend both meetings. Services of worship will be held Sun-1 WEGEN ER'S iled
daetywn om.__ at 10:30. The Rev. Ernest C.i Original Milk
Plastered with eggs, the police were' St. Paus LteanCuch etSdayrnwl dlvrth emo n4 ROCK & RYE
N M left to contemplate a completely l Liberty at Third, Rev. Carl A. Brauer, Zion while the Rev. Henry 0. Yoder
Iruined theatre front which bricks ( Minister. will preach in Trinity Church.
ansusl adsase.Si f h Morning worship at 10:45. Sermon The Lutheran Student Association i'
r c and muscle had smasnumberiaroesthe by the pastor on "The Power of the sponsored jointly by the local ZionIts:J1nN F
rioters'aneieiNextand Trinity Lutheran Churches will
morning found wiser heads collecting I All Lutheran students and their hold their Sunday evening mee rig as
° F -student subscriptions to pay for the friends are invited to the Open House, beginning at 5:30 with a social half- Q Smooth '
4z rdamage and for a while it was thought sponsored by the local Walther hour. Supper will be served for 25 asI
rhted Prthe matter wouldwsendemthere-untilni Leaguers for the beefit of the s.- cents by the ladies of the churche.
atdPrs Wrpht sos rmirMuslni, mediator of the three of the offenders were suspend- dents this evening from five to seven- Professor Paul Kauper of the Law 0Sl
kwers' Munich aecord, shaking hands with Prime Minister Chain- ed from the University and three Itit.Spe ilb evdb aut iladestemeiga
ofGet rtin ih hmh sge a geeet ntytgroup of ladies at six o'clock. 6:45 p.m. The meeting will be held _________________
t. GrRirtiwt hmhesge nareet ot yeFoewr pae npa ion. A Holy Communion service will u.e as usual in Zion Lutheran Parih
tStrRoFaosheld at 7:30 with a sermon by the Hal edTh'DamCas el
IStill more famous is the Star The- __________-__ _____________________
atre riot the exact date of which is
~.Czech Aid- Urgred At .a lyunknown. It was before tihe war
Rail that an upperclassman had the mis-
fortune to have the theatre manager
ontinued from Page 1) country when he addressed the crowd, trip over his foot one afternoon. The'
'39. and signed by students }The new~ democracy has patterned it.mnae takiga.eseo hmr
the eetig. Tese ereindustrial and political ideas after i called a "bouncer and together they'
threwmtheioffenereout.wAnd the
d to Secretary of StateI our and other democracies. It is for }threwfnathofedrotAdte
Ill that reason, he added that the Czechs
plays the role of a tutor to fee] a deep hurt at the treatment In a couple of hours 1000 brawny
akia, said Lichtenstein, they have received at the hands of Young men had gathered--armed;
-ecently returned from that European democracies. with. bad fruit. worse apples, and
still worse eggs. Mobbing the place.
Ithey tore up seats, tied a rope around .
* the piano and hauled it into the
l IIssi fi e.I Dreetoriy streets where they ,dissected it. They E X T R A !
" ' a JJ ~would have been contented to go jn 'XR
-"--_____________________________ peace, they said, but th management#
12c We call foi and deliver. Phone cTlen the roin reydegan.tment:
FOR RENT 4863 for other pirices. Mrs. Richards. hn Students Stoallbega Helmets sp c a
7 1 a [-rifwT Very attractive for w- 72_ Students stle policemen's hel-
business or school. Home' FOR SALE mets and coats: took the fire hose 1MIwg
411 E. Washington near _____--~ away from the firemen and turned an d After the Ga m
318. 69 ?OR SALE-Fine hunting dog. Reg- it upon those unfortunates and then
-- -- - istered pedigreed German Pointer, finally cut the hose into pee o
T-Double room for boys. Call 2-2961. 77 pouenis.SAN WIHESorPECAL
-19$2.50Neach.F1232 ie. 0 OR SALE-Ford ca, 134 Fordor But again morning brought head-SITSHABLEP TSU CEO
-194. earFery Feld 70 Sedan. In excellent shape. Good aches. The piper had to be paid soSWF'HABLEP TE UNHO
IfT-Campus area, 2 room tires, battery. $125. Phone 3305. 75 students circulated among faculty DEVILED EGG SALAD 35c
it water, private bath, frig - -' _- - -_ and business men with collection 1 TUNA SALADCOIEoHTPLT
~aoal.50Pcad 8WANTED - TYPING pails to gather money to keep ar-1 HOT BEEF BARB$EQUJ I25
- - -restedunegautsfoprsnSpcas..2c
r-Rooms for boys, 2 blocks £'YPING-Experienced. Miss . Alen, undoegraduai etes rM pich- (Sandwich fillings JCIE
mpus, stores, 1 block from- 408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935. 79 fehdiy -oeMd IS&CIE
____________________gans legendary hall of fame-the fehdiy oeMd IS8 AE
Suites at $3, $3.25, and VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist, night when the Fourth Riot occurred.
Sngle at $4. Roomy. Call Reasonable rates, 706 AOakland. "
311 Thompson. 52 Phone 6327. 10 -_..-
T -3 rooms well furnished. MISCELLANEOUS Before and After the
nt for rent. Convenient to-________________
ty and hospital. Rent reas- RAINEY HOTEL, 303 E. Ann St. 1 Football Game visit-
Call 2-3 430 for further in- WAT-D-olomr ihsro--
)n.,o 6q WATD-ohooewihsyom
mate for large double room, newlyTh
TStewtprvtbah furnished, tile bath, showers, hot '
IT Sutewih riat bth water. $4.00. 1417 S. University. 63 v~r~ f
wer for three, also newly _______
dd double. Phone 8544. 422 WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive- 117 West Huron"
ington. 42 way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins? 'yq, s3
apat- Gravel Company Phone 7112. 17 for ant excellentI V..
rivate bath, newly decorat- FOUR PERSONS, interested in going I-oin -Cooked Meal.;
ly 7905 :G Street. Near main to Minneapolis and return for a. "
7Dexter, Michigan. '50 Michigan-Minnesota football game A o orSna hce
_______________- ----Call 2-1227 between 5 and 6. M. F.
NT-Beautifully furnished Kslr 4 Dnner try our 40c chicken -'t..*V :v4
it three. Private bath and - ---------- plate and other specials.. .*. * . .
Also newly decorated SPECIAL END PERMANENTS $1.50. '*: *. 'a " .'
temha.Poe84. SapoadFgewv wih - Choice BEER and WI NES - 7__ k . -. 4....:'
Vashington. 76 Rinse 50c. College Beauty Shop. Ph. ,
T-Fu--sed -L 71 - 2-2813. 65 ~ A ' / L CI - PJDDU
Sblocks from campus,. Key Cse e~ o< <l .o o o- oi oo cST RE
3.78 V 324 South State Street 818 South State Street
ATand FOUND D N IG.A M R

een Wild hat from open I
ig So. Fourth or E. Williamv Company K
NSR. Call N. S. Robson,
HEPWATDGRAND'OctENIANCORR CTIO*N
-Lage holsae cothngFri., Sept. 30 -OPENINGt.1
ires campus representative;o For the post two days advertisements have appeared in the Michigan Daily
essive, well known student. - HERB "RED" RITZ and his bandA
ney making opportunity.j' al :0I giving the Oratorical Association lecture series prices. These prices hove
i deail Ofice410 33 S.~ Brd ric beorebeen wrong. For correct prices see below.
,ree, Chcago Illnois ~1Dancing Every Friday and Saturday f
LAUNDRIES --
RLVER LAUNDRY _. Nw
Ter Phone 5594
pickups and deliveries- Applications for tickets will be filled in the order received. The Hill Audi-
Price List toriumn box-office sales will be open October 17 and continue through October
ides washed and ironed.
Z 12,. / 25. Mail all orders to the Oratorical Association, 3211 Angell Hall, Ann Arbor.
.." . . . . " 04
Suits........... .10
air .. ...... .03 1 ,
.chiefs ". ". ....... .02 ' l ff
iwels .. .......03
I Work GuaranteedRI E
cial prices on Coed's laun-
1bundles done separately. AS
-kings. Silks, wools ourSinl~e AdmnissionfesnIlCe
r, _______ Tickets Main floor ... $3.50
iThree central sections--
-a2-1044.Sox pie.darned . 11C0 C UA INT Da
work at low prcs an flAoor.a sMain floor,30
V-Students' laundry. Shirt Balcony, 50c Extreme right and left-'
With Those Who Serve You 1*Fiist Balcony, three cental
(Woollcott amd van Zeland sections $3.00
FR EWith Safety, Honesty and Integrity, single admission tickets ... First Balcony, extreme right
F :i1.00 and 7c),and left 2.5&97!

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