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TH~ MI'A -GAL-1

Suggests Planning Commission

should call at once in the Registrar's w
DA~ILY OFFICIAL office, Room 4 University Hall, for al
cUatthis material. All students who have st
BULLETIN had cincentraton slips signed thise
ebruary shgd return the white one w
immediately to Room 4 in order to be t
SUNDAY, FEB. 25, 1940 included in the second semester de- c
VOL. L. No. 103 partment tabulation. o
Robert L. Williams H
Notices Assistant Registrar
Students, College of Lterature, Househ ads, Dormitory Directors A
t Science, and the Arts. No course may and Chaperons: Freshman women F
f be elected for credit after the end of attending the Finnish Relief Pro- l
r the third week. Saturday, March 2, gram at Hill Auditorium on Tuesday, o
* is therefore the last date on which Feb. 27 may have 10:30 permission. M
elections may be apprOved. The will- Jeannette Perry t
i ingness of an individual instructor to
admit a student later does not affect Attention: New Students: You B
the operation of this rule. may sec re identification cards by e
E. A. Walter calling at Room 2, University Hall. c
ofVarsity Glee Club. All members t
s tudents,dCollege itrueare reminded to getbeligibility cards
r from the Dean of Students' Office
cards filed after the end of the first
eek of the semester may be accept- for participation in any of the activi-
e y te Reistrs y f e ub.Regularre-
ed bythe Rgistassfistnc eaonifhearsal this evening.
they are approved by Assitant anB
s Walter. Students who fail to file All students who plan to enter the o
their election bfanks by the close of Hopwood contests should read the v
the' third week, even though they rules of eligibility before March 1. A
have registered and have attended e. W. Cowden w
classes unofficially will forfeit their w
privilege of continuing in the C al- Senior Lit Students: Class dues are ,
s lege for the semester. If such stu- payable Feb. 26-Mar. 1. p
y dents have paid any tuition fees,
Assistant Dean Walter will issue a Academic Notices
withdrawal card for them. 'O kysIcs 2O4: I shall be unable to
LaVerne Noyes Scholarships: Those meet this class on Monday morning
who have recently consulted nme about at 11:00. E. A. Barker
LaVerne Noyes Scholarships and have German 211 Gothic. will meet on
k taken application blanks to be filled Mondays from 7-9 p.m. in 303 S.W.
out are urged to bring in their appli- Norman L. Wiley
,n cations as soon as possible. Make-up examinations in German:
's F. E. Robbins All students entitled to take them are
o" renested to call at th office, 204
L.S. and A. juniors eligible for con- U i., on or before February 29; for
It centration at the end of the first sem- making necessary arrangements.
ester who did not receive a blueprint
y of their record and triplicate con- History courses: The make-up ex-
,d centration forms through the mail aminations for all history courses
Classified flrectory
ROOM. Downstairs front. Private
THE MICHIGAN DAILY bath and entrance. Cooking facil-
ities available. Between University
and hospital. 6833. 291
A DV E R T I S I NGFOR RENTT-Cozy and warm room
RAT ES for student or business man. Price
Effective as of February 14, 1939 $3. 1001 Forest, telephone 749.
12c per reading line (in basis of _ _ _289
five average words to line) for one A&TICLES FOR SA LE -3
or two insertions. FRSit
Sopinertin.if hr FOR AL: hed cocker puppies. Lit-
c per reading line for three or tr regierd. Two males, one fe-
nore insertions, male. Phone 667. 292
Minimum of 3 lines per inser-
ton. STRAYED, LOST, FOUND -1
These low rates are on the basis LOST "Ien's Hamiltofn WristwatCh
of cash payment before the ad is at Field House. Yellow gold, initials
inserted. If it is inconvenient for R.F.A. Bob Acker, 2-1170. 293
you to call at our offices to make
payment, a messenger will be sent LOST - Abercrombie-Fitch wrist-
to pick up your ad at a slight extra watch near Allenel or League. Re-
charge of 15c. ward. Call Paul Smith, 4917. 296
For further information call. -
23-24-1, or stop at 420 Maynard LOST-Green Sweater in West
Street. Q 'd parking lot. Please notify
Dick Gauthier, 123 Chicago, Ph.
2-4401. 297
TYPING-Experienced. Miss AllenFO R ,EV ER
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416..34 KEPT A"E
LAUNDERING--9
KEPT B
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 1A
___ __ __A HEART
SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone t594 All that she knew a
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed. as theg at
Shirts................. .... 14
Undershirts .x.............o4 Washington" ar

Shorts...................04
Pajama Suits ................10
Socks, pair ............. .03 made "Ninotchka
Handkerchiefs .............. .02
Bath Towels.............. .03
All Wo rk Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silas, wools our
specialty. ' 14
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 13
WANTED -TO BUY-4
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
your discarded wearing apparel.
Claude Brown, 512 S. Main Street.
146
FOR RENT
TWO ROOM Furnished Apt., %
block from Campus. Electric
stove refrigeration, bath, shower.
$35. Phone 2-1928. 295

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ill be given in Room C, Haven Hall, gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall, until University Lecture: Dr. Timon H.
t 3:00 p.m., Friday, March 1. No March 1, 2 to 5 p.m. Auspices of Fokker, member of the Dutch Histori-
udent will be allowed to take this Ann Arbor Art Association. cal Institute, Rome, will lecture on
xamination unless he presents
ritten permission from his instruc- Art and Industry, ground floor, "Hindu Art in Central Java" (illus-
or. See the instructor during his Architectural Building, courtesy Col- (Continued on Page 3)
onsultation hours, which are posted lege of Architecture and Design,
utside the Department Office, 119 _
:aven Hall, for permission.
Lectures Meet Me. at
Flying Club Flight Training Course: University Lecture: Dom Anselm T CHE +
11 students who intend to enter the Hughes, O.S.B., Prior of Nashdom MITCHELL
lying Club flight training course Abbey, Burnham, Buck, England, and
ater in the year are urged to sit in Honorary Secretary-Treasurer of the KOSHER STYLE
n the C.A.A. ground school, held Plainsong and Mediaeval Music Soci- or Regular Sandwiches
onday, Wednesday and Friday at ety, will lecture on "English Mediae-
wo periods: 6:45 to 7:45 and 7:45 val Music from 900 to 1500" under
o 8:45 in 1042 East Engineering the auspices bf the School of Music Free Delivery
3uilding. These classes are free of at 4:15 p.m. on Monday, February Ph. 9288-6339 601 E. Liberty
harge. Before soloing, a knowledge 26, in the School of Music Auditor- ext to MichiganTheatre
f ir traffic ruesi absolutely essen- iu nMyadSre.Tepu-NxtoMciaThar
tal. 4lic is >cordially invited.
Concerts - -
Factlnty Concert: Thelma Lewis,
Jknpiburne and oseph utographed Copies-
Brikma, panits;Hanns Pick, vi- h A to "
loncellist, and Wassily Besekirksky,
violinist, will give a recital in Hill
uditorium, today at 4:15 o'clock, toTLFR
which the general public is invited by IOLA FULLER
without admission charge. Accom- $2.50
anime ns r Miss'Lewis will be RO O M
played by Grace .Wilson. T E B O 1
Exhibitions Opposite Angell Hall
American Indian, painting, south

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IY GIRL WHO EVER
LIND DATE"...WITH
FULL OF DREAMS!

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Continuous Today
Npw! 1-3-5-7-9 P.M.
N ow! ART
35c All Day
IT'S ROUGH! TOUGH! TERRIFIC!

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