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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

>und Picture

On Aeronautics
To Be Shown
Free Tickets Can Be Had
At Engineering Building;
Supply Is Limited
"The American Way," a sound pic-,
ture depicting the many phases of
commercial air transpotation, will be
the auspices of the University of
Rackharn Building Auditorium under
shown Thursday, Oct. 19 in the'
Michigan Branch of the Institute of
Aeronautical Sciences.
Tickets for the picture may be ob-
tained free at the 'Aeronautical En-
gineering Office in Room B47 of the
East Engineering Building. Only a
limited number of tickets will be
available to the public.
Mr. Frank M. Burg, district man-
ager of American Airlines, will be
present to introduce the film and to
answer any questions after it has
been shown.

Irene Murphy
To Speak Here.
Social Service Seminar
To Hear Alumna's Talk
Mrs. Irene Murphy, Secretary of
Detroit's Central Volunteer Council,
will speak to members of the Social
Service Seminar on "Caring For Oth-
er Peoples' Children" at 10 a.m.
Tuesday at the Michigan Children's
Institute.
Mrs. Murphy is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and is na-
tionally prominent in the field of so-
cial work. She is now occupied in
training volunteers for social service
work in Detroit.
The Social Service Seminar spon-
sored by the Ann Arbor Community
Fund and privately financed, rep-
resents a group of laymen organized
to study the current needs and prob-
lems of the community. Study is
conducted through lectures, discus-
sion and trips for inspection and
demonstration The project issues
from the inspiration of a similar and
successful project in Detroit started
by Mrs. Murphy.

Socialites Take Traffic Duties During Police Convention

Dr. Spencer Wins Honor
Dr. Frank R. Spencer, '02M, of
Boulder, Colo:, was named president-
elect of the American Academy of
Opt halmology and Otolaryngology.

Price Of Coffee Rises
BUDAPEST, Oct.,16-(P)-A cup of
coffee now costs from 20 to 30 cents
In Budapest cafes. The price was
increased following a government
order.

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Effective as of February 14, 1939 ences.
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Street. Our aim is to satisfy. Phone 2-2108.
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND - 1 SUNSHINE LAUNDRY
(Formerly Sam's Home Laundry)
LOST-Brown paper bag with two Dial 6964
pair wool mittens and several 3 Shirts.42
scarves. Reward. Call Karpinski- 2 Sets Underwear..20
2-3064. 1 Pr. Pajamas............... .18
5.Handerkchiefs ............10
LOST-A gray gabardine trench coat. 4 Pr. Socks.................16.
Reward. Call 9724. 3 1 Towel .................... .04
LOST-Season ticket for Choral $1.10 value for 97c
Union Concerts Finder please call L
7919 evenings.- LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
ARTICLES FOR SALE -3
FOR SALE-At 122 Normal St., Ypsi- SILVER LAUNDRY
lanti. Office equipment of the late 607 Hoover Phone 5594
Dr. Thos. W. Paton, including Free pic kups and deliveries
medical and B.O. bags (new), oak Price List
mingcaandB, as (dew, oakh- All articles washed and ironed.
filing cabinet, chairs, desks, opth- Shirts....................14
alomoscope, Otoscope, instruments, Undershirts.................04
books, etc. Shorts ......................04
Pajama Suits.............. .10
RETIRED DOCTOR has cases and Socks, pair-.........---... ....03
instruments and Violet Ray ma- Handkercief..............02
chine for sale. Must sell. Bargain. Bath Towels ................ .03
W.rite Dr. F. C. Spilsbury, 36 At- All Work Guaranteed
kinson Street, Detroit, Mich. 2 Also special prices on Coed's laun-
FOR RENT -5 dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
AN E., 303-(Rainey Hotel). Quiet specialty. 9
insulated, homelike rooms. Hot
showers, coil spring beds, $1 night. TRANSPORTATION -21
$4 week. 9383.
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Dinner Before the Game! Killins Gravel Company. Phone
Dinner After the Game! 7112.
The BEST . . . Of Course!! MISCELLANEOUS -20
75c - $1.25 EMERGENCY SALE--1939 General
Electric Radio---Phonograph com-
ination. Used only 4 months.
The flAUNTED $40.50 value for only $19.95 cash.
TAVERNCall'u3074 for Mr. Young before
TAVERNSaturday afternoon.
417 East Huron Phone 7781
WANTED-Two reserved Oratorical
FREE PARKING for GUESTS Season ticket. Call Barbara
Brehm. 7117. 1

Chicago policemen all went to a convention and left the streets unpatrolled. Society women (above)

stepped into the breach and directed traffic in order to protect the lives
portant intersections.

of school children crossing at im-

13Hop woods Published Since 1931

I

COLLEGE JOES are out, they
say, but "sloppie joes" are here to
stay. Yes sir, and SOREN'S have
a real assortment. They're featur-
ing those real English
boxy sweaters. A cable
stitch really dresses
the cardigans up. They
come in grand colors,
and are long-sleeved.
They have good-look-
ing slip-overs, you've been looking
for, in boxies too. You can't go
wrong, so for that "British Look",.
see SOREN'S.
FORMAL SEASON'S on it's
way, so do not wait another day.
Really that last minute rush is
heartbreaking, and
KESSELS have just
know. They've sa-
what you want, I }
tins, taffetas, nets,
stripes, bussels, just
anything your little
heart desires. A
ed one, I saw, was
bright candy-strip.
darling. It had2
hoops on the sides,
a big bow in the back, and dainty
velvet bows down the front.
T'would be flattering I warrant.
Oh to mention all the dreams that
I saw would takepages, so go see
for yourself, you'll love them.
* * *
WHAT! YOU CAN'T KNIT?
Why little girl, haven't you heard?
Well, everyone can knit if they go
..
to the Women's Exchange in the
Arcade. They've any amount of
bright colored yarns, just what
you want to.go with that favorite
skirt. You ask about styles? They
have all the newest knitting books
too-just rove through awhile,
you'll find what you want. In-
structions, too. Yes sir, every girl
can knit, so what are you waiting
for?

Thirteen winning Hopwood manu-
scripts plus several other works by
prize winners have been published
since the inception of the Hopwood
contests in 1931.
Iola Goodspeed who won $2,000 last
year for her novel "Loon Totem," and
John Ciardi, whose collection of
poems, "Homeward To America"
brought him $1,200 are the latest win-
ners to sell their manuscripts. They
will be published soon by Harcourt
New Institute
Commences
Public Work
As a pioneer in the research and
treatment of mental diseases, the
Neuropsychiatric Institute, affiliated
with the Medical School and the Uni-
versity Hospital, has begun its first
year of public service.
The Institute, created by an act
of the Michigan Legislature, has the
distinction of being the first psycho-
pathic service established in coopera-
tion with a state university.
"It's creation in appreciation of the
far-reaching and humanitarian pro-
blems pertaining to mental disease,
demonstrates Michigan's readiness to
give its unfailing support to medical
education, research, and public wel-
fare in this important branch of
medicine," according to a recent Uni-
versity bulletin.
Barrett Heads Institute
Dr. Albert M. Barrett, who is ex-
perienced in the administration of
state medical research, was appoint-
ed by the Board of Trustees in 1906
to head the Neuropsychiatric Insti-
tute.
The building which houses the In-
stitute is located north of University
Hospital. It provides 62 beds for
adults and 20 for juvenile cases.
Pf mf-rbers of the Neuropsychi-
atric Institute have been selected
trom the Medical School, thus inte-
grating it directly with other units of
the University Hospital, the report
continued.
Center Of Mental Cases
Included in the services and func-
tions of the institute are the study
and development of methods of
treatment of mental diseases, to serve
as a center for the diagnosis of in-
cipient mental cases, to render special
service to nientally ill children, and
to serve as a training center for
physicians, nurses and persons study-
ing psychiatry.
The facilities of the institute, the
official report concluded, are offered
to voluntary patients, to temporarily
detained patients who cannot be im-
darint ly emmitted toi a state hos-

ESPECIALLY FOR YOU, that's
right, DILLONS have "it", espe-
cially if it is in the line of date
dresses. For League or
Union nothing could be
smarter than their trim '
velvets and velveteens.
They're really "vogue"
this year. And for you
Who like princess styles,
it's right up your alley.v.
One black velvet with
cunning built-in lace
neck, short sleeves, and
tie back belt would cap-
tivate the heart of any
maiden. You'll hear them whis-
pering, try DILLONS.
* * *
A LITTLE BIT OF POWDER,
a little bit of paint, makes a little
maiden exactly what she "ain't".
T'is true, t'is true" but what you
need is not just paint and powder,
but what suits you-and the sea-
son. QUARRY is featuring some-
thing brand new and exciting-
Elizabeth Arden's Burnt Sugar.
It's just perfect for your coming
autumn whirl. The warm copper
tone put right over your new au-

Brace, and Company and Henry Holt
and Company respectively.
Three of those who sold their win-
aing paper have had other ' works
published. Mildred Walker Schemm
whose first novel "Fireweed" won her
$1,100 in 1933 has written "Light
From Arcturus" which appeared in
1935 and "Dr. Norton's Wife," a cur-
rent novel which has been translated
into Danish. Hubert Skidmore's Hop-
wood novel, "I Will Up Mine Eyes"
won him $1,500 in 1935. His book
"These Silent Hills" came out this
year.
In 1936, Ruth Lininger Dobson re-
ceived $1,500 for her novel, "Straw'
In the Wind." "Today Is Enough,"
her second story appeared this year.
Dorothy Tyler, whose winning manu-
script in 1932 has never been pub-
lished, has had other works in the
fields of poetry, essay, and fiction in
the New Republic, the Yale Review,
and the Atlantic Monthly.
Other prize winning material which
Reserve a Table Sunday Night
for You and Your Girl . . . at
The HAUNTED
TAVERN'
417 East Huron Phone 7781

has been published include Harold
Courlander's play "Swamp Mud," a
1931 contestant, "Poems" by Anne-
marie Persov in 1932, Hobert Skid-
more's play "Books For the Dead,"
in 1933, Baxter Hathaway's novel,
"The Stubborn Way" in 1936, a
novel, "The Well of Ararat" by Em-
manuel P. Menatsaganian in 1937,
Helen Finnegan Wilson's novel "The
King Pin" in 1938, VivianLa Jeunesse
Parsons'. novel "Lucien' in 1938,,. and
"Fragments For.America" by Norman
Rostens'in .1938.
Deadline forf this year's freshman
contest. will be set neat ,the end of
the first semester. The upperclass
contestdeadline is next April 17.
G---...... .. ..... ..........

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tumn dresses. It's luscious with
greens and brown. Perk up, keep'
on your toes, don't let beauty
sleep!
A * *
WARM AS A KITTEN, yep,
that's what you'll be when you're
wearing soft angora mittens.
Nothing 'classier to go with that
evening coat of
yours. And colors,.
this year they're
out in real style-
tan, yellow, green,
pink, well, there is
hardly a color that
SARAH ROGER
S"has missed. Fit for
,. evening or day-
time, they're just
the thing, and practical too. Don't
let the boys frighten you, or the
cold. The kitten will have nothing
on you.

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pital, and to patients who may be
transferred from other hospitals and
the 0clinics.
W teSweden Increases Taxes
t Ae ,STOCKHOLM, Oct. 14.-P)-The
r government announced today a bill
**}to increase liquor taxes to help pay
Sweden's mounting budget deficit,
L E GA1 .t im:..t e d t o r e a c h 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 ,
Scrowns(about $12,000,000) up to next
July 1 because of the European
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