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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

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STRAYED LOST, FOUND -1
LOSTLeaue ouiciipin--prob-
ably cr E.University. Call Patri-
cia Matthews. 2-4561.
PHI BETA KAPPA Key-Lost Mon-
day morning. Reward. Florence
Krenzler, Y.W.C.A.
SITUATIONS WANTED -2
SENIOR NEEDS BOARD, room jobs
to stay in school. Experienced,
capable. Phone 2-3836 before 6
p.m.
SITUATION WANTED--Fine house-
keeper with long experience desires
housekeeping of any kind. White.
6630.

LAUNDERING. -9

SAMS HOME LAUNDRY--Students
laundry a specialty. We call and
deliver. 4568 Tackson Rd. Dial
6964. 9B
GIRLS' STUDENT LAUNDRY-Call
for and deliver. 7566.
STUDENT LAUNDRY - Reasonable
price, call for and deliver, no extra
charge for mending. Phone 7398.
NEW STYLES FIRST
AT WILD'S

BAR HARBOR
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SILVER LAUNDRY
607 hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
Shirts.......................14
tndershirts.................04
shorts ..................... .04
Pajama Suits...............10
Socks, pair..................03
Handkerchiefs................02
Bath Towels .............. .03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
specialty. 9
FOR RENT --5
GARAGE-Excellent garage for rent.
548 S. Fifth. 5A
GEDDES - Beautifully furnished
suite of living room, bed room,
and private lavatory for student
or instructor. 3001 Geddes. 9524.
5B
MICHIGAN-Exceptionally well fur-
nished suite of two rooms, walking
distance of campus. 1008 Michi-
gan. 5C
MONROE - Double suite, pleasant,
' clean, and warm. Shower, hot
water all times. Reasonable. 908
Monroe. 6660. 5D
MONROE-Bachelor apartment, 2
rooms, private bath, shower, grad-
uate, business or professional man
or woman preferred. 602 Monroe.
SE
OLIVIA - One wonderful bed in.
double room, quiet neighborhood.
923 Olivia. 2-1465. 5F
SHEEHAN-Corner room, excellent
furniture and mattress, modern
home, oil heat. No children or
other roomers. 1315 Sheehan.,
2-3338. 5G
THOMPSON-Double room for men
students, 431 Thompson. 9431. 5H
THOMPSON-A clean. Well furn-
ished single room, 2 blocks from
campus. $3.50 week. 312 Thomp-
son. 51
WALNUT-Double or single, front
room, newly painted, clean, for
graduate or- undergraduate men.
Reasonable. 508 Walnut. 5J
WASHINGTON-Two newly decor-
ated rooms with adjoining lava-
tories, shower, steam heat. 422 E.
Washington. 5K
WASHTENAW-Large, front double
student's room; also one student
to share suite. One block from
campus. 1236 Washtenaw. 7242.
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REPAIRING-i1
SHOE REPAIR--Special attention
given to student work. State Shoe
Repair, 1117 S. University.
SHOE REPAIR-The Liberty Shoe
Repairing Shop. Hat claning and
shoe shining. 622 E. Liberty.
SHOE REPAIR-Excellent work-
manship on shoe repairing-shoe
shines. A. T. Cooch & Son, 1117 S.
University, 6565.

TAILORING & PRESSING-12
CLEANING-Three hours service, all
work guaranteed. Custom Clean-
ers, 1319 S. University. 9275.
EMPLOYMENT-13
WANTED-Particular students ° to
patronize the popular Esquire Bar-
bers for Michigan men--between
Michigan Theatre and State.
WANTED-Energetic student with
car to sell apples on commission.
9524.
PANCING INSTRUCTION -14
DANCE-Tap or Ballroom, Piano,
classical or swing, note or ear. Uni-
versity Grad. Guaranteed quick
learning. Dial 8578. Ruth Patton.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION 15
PRIVATE NURSERY SCHOOL --
Conducted by Frances MacNaugh-
ton reopens for fall term. Ages
2% to 4. Phone 5837.
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION-Is resumed
by Marian Struble Freeman after
two months study in interpretation
of the classics with George Enesco
in Paris.
GOOD TH INGS TO EAT -- 16
EVENING SNACKS-We carry a
complete line of good things to eat.
S. A. Townley, Grocery, 1123 S.
University.
MISCELLANEOUS--20
COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOP--Offers
good work at low prices all week.
Shampoos and wave 50c. Revlon
oil manicure 50c. Special oil end
permanents $1.95. Open evenings.
2-2813.
SIX ROOMS-Furnished or unfur-
nished, 2 blocks from campus. In-
come property, students now occu-
pying rooms. Inquire 507 Mack
Rd. 7240.
UNIVERSAL DRAFTING MACHINE
-Used, in excellent condition, with
half and full size aluminum scale.
/2 and full size. Bargain. Box 1,
Michigan Daily.
RICEMAN BROTHERS-Our repre-
sentative will be at the Allenel
Hotel all this week showing fall
and winter samples of $22.50 suits,
top coats, overcoats, and formal
clothes.
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112.
$3834 Allotted By NYA
To Washtenaw County
The Michigan National Youth Ad-
ministration has allotted $3834 for 11
high schols in Washtenaw County
for the school year 1939-40, Orin W.
Kaye, State Administrator, an-
nounced today. This amount, made
available under the student aid pro-
gram of the NYA, will provide part-
time employment for approximately
77 students.

Six Speakers
On University's
Annual Series
War Situation May Keep
European Professors
From Appearing Here
Prominent persons from various
educational fields are included in a
list of tentative speakers for this
temester's series of University Lec-
tures released yesterday by Dr. Frank
E. Robbins, managing editor of the
University Press and assistant to the
President.
Several Europears
Many of the speakers are Euro-
peans and their availability depends
on the future course of the interna-
tional situation.
Specific dates and locations of the
University Lectures,which are usu-
ally held, in Natural Science Audi-
torium or the Rackham Building,
will be announced later in The Daily.
List Of Speakers
Among the speakers who have been
suggested to Dr. Robbins by Universi-
ty departments are Dr. Veit Valentin,
professor of Germanic History in
the University College, London (his-
tory); Dr. Robert S. Lynd of Cornell
University, one of the authors of
"Middletown" and "Middletown in
Transition" (sociology); Dr. Nils G.
I-oerner, member of Sven Hedin's
Sino-Swedish Expedition (geogra-
phy); Arthur L. Day, former director
of the geophysical laboratory of the
Carnegie Institute (mineralogy);
Prof. L. Dudley Stamp of the Lon-
don School of Economics and Poli-
tical Science (geography) and Serge
IChermayeff, noted architect, who has
been requested by the College of
Architecture and Design.
DAILY OFFIGAL
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at 7:30 p.m. All old members are
urged to come out. Also, any stu-
dents who are interested in the Glee
Club and who have a rating of sopho-
more or higher are invited to come to
these try-outs.
Assembly Executive Council Meet-
ing: There will be a meeting of As-
sembly executive council Wednesday,
Sept. 27, at 4:15, in the League
Council Room. No excuses. Very
important business.
Sigma Eta Chi: There will be a very
important meeting of Sigma Eta Chi
at Pilgrim Hall, Wednesday evening,
Sept. 27, at 7:30. All regular mem-
bers please be present as rushing
plans will be made and there will be
a discussion on the newly revised by-
laws.

Bill Newton Recounts His
Seven Months Spent
Touring Around Earth
By BILL NEWTON
It was with the feeling that a dream
was finally being realized that I left
the University to go around the
world last February. I had always
wanted to travel to the places which
are so romantically described in trav-
el books, and at the same time--like
most students-I was becoming
rather tired of being educated. Seven
months did not really offer me
enough time for the trip, but I felt
properly thrilled when I stepped
aboard the train for San Francisco.
The Golden Gate Exposition held
me in California for a few days. Then
I sailed for Honolulu, my former
home and a city which, after several
Midwestern winters, seemed truly to
be the "Paradise of the Pacific." It
was a real' pleasure to bask in the,
warm sunlight at Waikiki beach while
I thought of my friends trudginig
through Ann Arbor snowdrifts. De-
spite the pleasures of Honolulu, I
did not feel that I had really started
around the world until I sailed for
Australia during early April.
Samoa And Fiji
Samoa and Fiji, romantically
named ports of call, proved to be even
more wonderful than I had expected.
I was fortunate to meet several of
the natives of both of these little
islands, and they entertained me in
their homes. The Samoan houses
and customs were most interesting,
coming as my first taste of South
Sea life. The houses consist chiefly
of thatched roofs set upon tall poles
which are arranged in circles. There
are no real walls, and heavy leaf
mats arerrolled down as the sole pro-
tection against the weather. These
"semi-houses" serve as everything
from stores to social halls, each vil-
lage having one whic his used as a
guest house and recreation center,
bc;g the scene of the presentation
of many beautiful dances by the
graceful young girls of the islands.
My time in the Southern Pacific
was too short for my tastes, and I
1cft with the idea of returning to
'pend at least a, year. Java and Bali
were my first ports of call after Newv
Guinea and Australia. The filth and
ten ch of these islands of the Neth-
erlands Indies came as rather a shock
after the cleanliness of the South
Seas. Even the noted women of Bali
-ould not erase the impression of the
utter rottenness of their living con-
diticns.
Cremation In Bali
I found Bali to be greatly over-
rated, but expectancy of that kept
me from being disappointed with the

island. I was present at one of the
very infrequent cremations which
constitute one of te strongest at-
tractions of Bali. I was surprised to
fEnd that it was a time of great re-
joicing for all people connected with
it--laughter, shouting and impromp-
it dancing replaced the black-coat-
ed mourning of Christian rites.
(To be continued)

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September PERMANENT SPECIAL
Regular $5.00 Waves
EUGENE -- DUART$ .50
REALISTIC or MACHINELESS
SHAMPOO and FINGERWAVE
O Mon. - Tues. - Wed. 50c Thurs. - Fri. - Set. 65c
Air Conditioned for Your Comfort
CAMPUS BEAUTY SHOP
Phone 2-1379 711 North University Open Evenings
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A portable typewriter will help K'!
students in school work, Teach-
ers like to read t ypewritten nt/
papers.

World Trip Proves Thrilling
Adventure To Michigan Man

$1.00 Rewad
for the return of the key that
will unlock the mystery lock
at 231 South State Street

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Speewine Coronas have piano-
key action, floating shift,
touch selector, typebar speed
.booster, full-size standard
keyboard - everything you
can reasonably desire in a
typewriter.
Call at our store and try the
new models. Easy terms.

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MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS
ON
BRAND NEW PORTABLES
Pens - Typewriters - Supplies

ALUMNUS SENDS NOTICE
More than 80,000 notices solic-
iting subscriptions for "The Michi-
gan Alumnus" are bein'g sent out
this month by the Alumni Associ-
i.tion. Every alumnus of the Uni-
versity in this country will receive
a notice. This is the largest solici-
tation list ever mailed by the
Association.
The "Alumnus" this year will
feature a new cover motif, and
a picture page of campus activi-
ties. The "Who's Who" article,
which has featured over 1000
alumni in over. 15 years, has been
relegated to the back of the maga-
zine.

Dr. Kenneth N. Westerman
Mus.B., A.B., M.A., Sc.D.
VOICE SCIENTIST
Specialist in
VOICE BUILDING
FOR,
SINGING AND SPEECH
Private Studio: 303 S. STATE ST.
Telephone 6584 for Appointment

several makes of brand new portables at
substantial reductions. Our rental pay-
ment plan will save you money.
DEALER: New L. C. Smith, Corona and all makes of port.
able typewriters. Used Office and Portable typewriters,
adding machines, of all makes bought, sold, rented, ex-
changed, cleaned and repaired.
One of the largest stocks in the State.
HEADQUARTERS for Typewriters, Fountain Pens, Corres-
pondence Stationery, Office and Student Supplies.
If You Write, We Have It
Since 1908 Phone 6615

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Fountain Service
BREAKFAST AT SEVEN
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DINNER 5 to 7

PHONE 9288
PROMPT DELIVERY
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"WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"
Pint Popular Brand 15c
CIGARETTES rgg
Rubbing 10c Pcks
Alcohol ~(Limit 2 Packs to a Customer) Toac
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You Must Mention The Mich.
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and you'll change your mind
right, away. This individual
sport coat and slack combi-
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impossible for you to be
anything but smart. Can't-
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patterns.

USED TEXT BOOKS
For Every Course on the Campus.

1 Giant Fountain Special!

Your choice of an Ice Cream Soda and Sandwich 7c

(Our Specialty)

200 "BEST"
Cleansing Palmolive, Lifebouy, Lux,
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