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WEDNEUAY. MAY 29. 1940

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Free Books Offer Opportunity
For Substantial Student Savin o-j

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any publications you do not wish to
retain for purpose of reference.
H. H. fHigbie
Concerts
Graduation Recital: Grace Wilson,
Pianist, of Detroit, Michigan, will give
a recital in partial fulfillment of the
requirements of the Master of Music
degree tonight at 8:15 o'clock, in the
School of Music Auditorium on May-
nard Street. The public is invited
to attend.
Lectures
Lecture on Sol Conservation: Dr.
W. C. Lowdermilk, Assistant Chief
of the Soil Conservation Service, will
give an illustrated lecture on "Soil
Erosion at Its Worst, and a Hundred
Dead Cities" in the amphitheatre ofi

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11-__ _By JUNE McKEE - 11
Now on display in Morris Hall are
the Rackham Building at 10:00 a.m., photostatic plan, for WUM, new
today. Dr. Lowdermilk is one of the University Broadcasting Station and
leading authorities in the country on project at present of the architec-
soil erosion and soil conservation, tural school. If funds may be raised
which he has studied for many years as high as the hopes for realization,
in various parts of the world. State Street and Jefferson would{
All stuaents in the School of For- still be the radio studio site.I
estry and Conservation are expected Recordings from the Annual
to attend and all others interested Spring Glee Club Concert may now
are cordially invited. be claimed by orderers at Morris
Hall. Transcribed on two ten-inch
r~r discs were such song selections as
Today's Eivents en gE andnseas
l tdfl s E en When Night, Falls," "In College
Theta Sigma Phi meeting today Days," "Tis of Michigan," "Drink,
at 3 o'clock in the Editorial Room. Drink," "I Want To Go Back to
Michigan," "Laudes," and "The Yel-
low and Blue." Additional record-
League Dance Class Committee: ings may also be ordered at one
Interviewing for next year's dance dollar a disc.
class committee is today from 4:00 Transcriptions made by Louis Un-
to 5:30 in the Undergraduate offices. termeyer during his stay here, as
Girls who have not attended must well as remaining Finnish Relief
call Margaret Whittemore, 9654 or Concert recordings, must be called
will be dropped from the commit- for by their orderers this week. A
tee. limited number of these records may
still be ordered upon deposit.
Charles Moore will assume the du-
ties of Chief radio engineer upon
E1 I V JC jE the departure of Jerry Wiesner.
Technical advisor to Prof. Waldo
Abbot last summer, Moore will serve
'T full time at the studio this summer
session, in capacity of chief engineer
and laboratory instructor for the
new course in recording and pro-
LAUNDERING_. 9 ducing speech.

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Library
re Than 6
All Fields (
By GERALD B

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Organized to help relieve the ex-
pensive proposition of a four-year
course of University study, the Stu-
dent Loan Library furnishes more
than 600 free text books in all
courses to the University students
who are unable to buy their own.
Books are loaned to students for
one or more semesters after the
loan committee has received advice
on the financial need of the individ-
ual who wants to use one of the
texts. An order blank is filled out;
the student takes it to the Angell
Hall Study Hall, where the books
are kept, and he is given his book.
The book is ordinarily loaned for
one semester, but if the copy is re-
turned in good condition and if the
student's need justifies a loan for
another semester, the time is ex-
tended.
Contributions from alumni and
faculty members were enough to
open the library in May, 1937. Stu-
dent gifts, more contributions and
copies garnered from unclaimed files
of the Lost and Found Department
expanded the library to its present
total of some 635 books.
Contributions to date have totaled
$2,050, all of which except $250 is
in an endowment fund whose pro-
ceeds are used to replenish the li-
brary with new books from time to
time.
Nor are books the only articles

Furnishes;
00 Books
Of Study
3URNS

included in he -ilhi iv. There a1)
a few slide rtitle available to stir-
dents who have need for them and
some outlines and notebooks.
Most of the requests for books
come from underclassmen --fresh-
men and sophomores - -but occasion-
ally seniors and even graduate stu-
dents come to the library.
Proof that the library is working
is the fact that of the 635 volumes
nearly 600 are on loan each semes-
ter. Texts no longer used are turned
in to bookstores for credit on new
books; and thus no useless copy is
allowed to accumulate.

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ALL YOUR__
to FOLLETT'S for
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GOOD THINGS TO EAT- 16
EXCELLENT MEALS - Monday
through Saturday during Summer
Session for $5.00 per week at Tri-
angle Fraternity House, 927 For-
est. Call 8974. 487
FOR RENT
FOR SUMMER: 3-room furnished
apartment for two or three per-
sons. 515 Church. Phone 4373. 447
SUITE with private bath. Suitable
for three or four men for the
summer. ,Reasonable. 1130 Oak-
land.
FOR RENT. Living room-bedroom
suite with large private porch.
Singles at $1.75. 1022 Forest. Phone
2-1196. 464
ROOM for group of two or three'
engineers for Summer Session at
Triangle Fraternity. $20 per per-
son. Call 8974. 486
FURNISHF!D APARTMENT: Four
rooms; two bedrooms; three or
four people; three-room apart-
ments. 341 E. Liberty. 481
ATTRACTIVE suburban apartments,
convenient to University. Unfur-
nished six rooms, $35.50; five
rooms, $35.50; seven rooms, $40.50;
stove, refrigerator, electric water
heater,, use of laundry, garage.
Other apartments furnished and
unfurnished. Oril Ferguson, 928
Forest. Phone 2-2839. 480
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INTERSTATE MOVING
We Deliver In Any Direction
Our Own Vans
410 N. Thayer St. Phone 2-3802
ELSIFOR MOVING
& STORAGE CO.
Local and Long Distance Moving
Storage -- Packing - Shipping
Every Load Insured
310 W. Ann Phone 4297
MISCELLANEOUS-20
WANT TO contact man who owns
cocker spaniel--seen in Superior
Dairy with dog. Phone 5790. 473
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL --
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 13
WISE Real Estate Dealers: Run list-
ings of your vacant houses in The
Daily for summer visiting profes-
sors. Dial 23-24-1 for special
rates.

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LAUNDRY -- 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 16
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND- 1
LOST-A Retina Miniature Cam-
era-reward-call 2-4409 485
FOUND: Two good reversibles-left
in Metzger's Restaurant. 203 East
Washington Street. 474
WANTED-TO BUY--4
BEN THE TAILOR--More money for
your clothes. Open evenings.
122. E. Washington. 329
TYPING- 18
TYPING---L. M. Heywood, 414 May-
nard St., Phone 5689. 374
TYPING-Experienced. Miss . Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 34
HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for
your discarded wearing apparel.
Claude Brown,512 S. Main Street,
146
ANY OLD CLOTHING-PAY $5.00
DIAMONDS, TYPEWRITERS, &+
FURS, MINKS, PERSIAN LAMBS,
TQ $500. SUITS, OVERCOATS,
CASH FOR OLD GOLD. PHONE
SAM-6304. SUNDAY APPOINT-
MENTS PREFERRED. 359

Health Society
Initiates Today
Dr. Vaughan To Address
Delta OmegaBanquet
Delta Omega, honorary public
health society, will hold its annual
initiation banquet in the Union to-
day, Dr. B. Jiminez, secretary-trea-
sirer, announced yesterday.
Dr. Henry F. Vaughan, commis-
sioner of public health in Detroit,
and son of Dr. Victor C. Vaughan,
who was dean of the medical school
for thirty years, will deliver the fea-
tured talk, "The Way of Health."
The object of Delta Omega is to
encourage research and scholarship
among those in public health, and
to recognize attainments in these
fields. Its membership includes stu-
dents, faculty members and alumni
of schools of public health. The so-
ciety was founded in 1924 by Major
Edgar E. Hume and Dr. C. W. Mitch-
ell, two graduate students, at Johns
Hopkins University. The Michigan
Delta chapter was organized in 1925.
New officers to be installed at
the meeting are. President,, Dr.
Lloyd R. Gates; vice-president, Dr.

Marguerite Hall; secretary-treasurer,
Dr. B. Jiminez. The retiring pres-
ident is Colonel Leon A. Fox. New
members to be initiated are: Miss
Hazel G. Herringshaw, M.A., and
Miss Ella E. McNeil, B.S., both of
the faculty.
These graduate students complete
the list: Arthur L. Barbakoff, M.D.;
Ernest Lee Barry, M.D.; N. Berneta
Block, M.D.; Lewis Dodson, B.S.;
Robert A. Downs, D.D.S.; Francis B.
Elder, B.S.; Mortimer S. Falk, A.B.;
Joseph H. Fleisher, B.S.; Edna Wool-
ston Fox, A.B.; James M. Gregory,
D.D.S.; John B. Hall, Jr., M.D.;
Charles Kenneth Kincaid, M.D.;
Charlotte Virginia Leach, B.S.; Rob-
ert F. Leaver, B.S.; Samuel Allan
Lough, Ph.D.; Lawrence J. Peterson,
M.S.P.H.; James P. Slater, B.S.; Ag-
nes E. Stahly, A.B., and Gerald J.
Sylvain, M.D.s

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FOLLE=TT'lS
MICHIGAN BOOK STORE
322 South State Street at North University Phone 6363

SHORTS, SKIRTS
and SHIRTS
FOR SUNNING on the lawn or the
beach, or ideal for active sports
and picnics. You can wear your
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Decker or Pete Gossard at 1415
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SITUATIONS WANTED--2
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cook in Fraternity. First class lo-
cal reference. Phone 6764. 472
ARTICLES FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Buick coupe, $50.00.
Drive it home-sell for more. 310
No. Thayer.
MAKE BIG MONEY
THIS SUMMER
Sell E-Z Guide Map Cases
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New kind of map case that keeps
in view - only that part of map
that is needed. About 6 x 4 inches
of map are visible through trans-

street or when the sun goes under
and still be ready for any sports
occasion that might come along.
Slacks too are perfect for any-
thing from gardening to climbing
trees.
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