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March 10, 1940 - Image 2

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T HSE UN MICHIGAN DAILY SUN

;DAY, MARCH 10, 1940

Trials Of War-Orphaned' Life
Recounted By High School Boy

Professor Confers

with director

Prof. Joseph E. Maddy of the School of Music (right) photographed will I'M, for b lut o i rhou ad 45 ghat residentis i
with Director Andrew Stone in Hollywood. Professor Maddy is acting iinutes and will be partly in color. making. The p
as technical adviser of "Interlochen," which Stone is directing. The , The dlirector, Miss S rauch, has in HollyWood s;
picture deals with the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Mich., just come from d recting a similar Ia second perfoi
which Professor Maddy founded.
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1,rPA 49tulaI
Engineers interested in the annual
Eastern Engineering tour sponsored
by Eta Kappa Nu, honorary electrical
engineering society, will meet at 5
p.m. today in the Union.
Plans for the second eastern in-
spection trip, to be held during Spring
Vacation, will be discussed at the
meeting. Tentative plans for the trip
include visits to various industrial
plants and research laboratories.
* * *
The hottest flame on earth, the
atomic hydrogen torch, will be de-
scribed through the medium of mo-
tion pictures at an open meeting of
the local chapter of A.S.M.E. at 7 ;30
p.m. Wednesday in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. Presented here under'
the auspices of the A.S.M.E. by the
General Electric Company, the film
will place special emphasis on its ap-
plication to welding.
Applications to board at coopera-
tive houses may be obtained at the
houses, Edward Fried, '40, said yester-
day.

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IN PERSON

A
Cavortin' Covey of
Cosmopolites in
Chord-Clipping
Convolutions!
with
Three Bennett
Sisters
Clear-voiced Canaries
WAYNE GREGG
Cussed Canard of Custard

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Comin' C14an from the Land of Chop Chop!

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ARTICLES FOR SALE-3
TUXEDO, hand-tailored. Almost
new. Size about 38. Very reason-
able. Phone 8603. 314
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND --1
LOST: Men's gold Waltham watch.
Lost between Madison St. and W.
Engineering Bldg. Reward. Call
2-1717. 318
LOST: Two jeweled Theta pins. Re-
ward offered. Call 2-2547. 315
IF THE individual who took the red
bound Bible from Room 3017 An-
gell Hall between 3 and 4 p.m.
Wednesday, March 6, will have it
returned to Michigan League Desk,
a substantial reward will be of-
fered. 316
WANTED-TO RENT-
WANTED TO RENT: Storeroom
near Campus for small eating
place. Write Box 3, Daily. 317
FOR RENT
403 W, MADISON: Two-room fur-
nis:ed apartment, Gas, lights, wa-
ter, linen, dishes, silver. Private
front entrance. Warm, clean, light.
$7 per week. Phone 6279. 319
FOR RENT: Clean, warm rooms for
boys; price reasonable. 515 Wal-
nut. Close to campus. 320
Today at 1-3-5-7-9 P.M.
Today and Monday
YOUR MONEY
oryour1
heart!

CRISP CRACKS!

ON THE SCREEN
Crazy, Cockeyed Chicanery!
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