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October 13, 1940 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

1.

Trip Planned
By Glee Club
Gov. Dickinson To Hear
SingersInBay City
The Varsity Men's Glee Club will
make its first trip of the year Thurs-
day when it travels to Bay City to
sing before Governor Luren D. Dick-
inson and other state dignitaries.
Sponsored by the Eastern Mich-
igan Tourist Association, the banquet
at which the students are to enter-
tain is being given in honor of the
"Pine Savages," an organization of
political office-holders. The Glee
Club will return to Ann Arbor Thurs-;
day night. James Berger, '41, is in#
charge of the trip.
An important rehearsal has been
called for varsity singers 4:30 p.m.
today at the Glee Club'ยง room in the
Union. All members are urged to at-
tend. Plans for the group's appear-
ance at the Yost memorial dinner
will be discussed. Their program is
to be broadcast coast-to-coast over
facilities of N. B.,C.
Read The Daily Classifieds!

Reddings
and . -
&ngagemen ts
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Jacobson, of
Dayton, 0., last night announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Janet L. Jacobson, ex-'43. to William
T. Pollak, Jr., '43L, of Ann Arbor.
Approximately 35 of Miss Jacob-!
son's close friends attended an an-
nouncement supper-dance last night
in the Hotel Van Cleve, Dayton. The
announcement was made formally
shortly before supper was served at
midnight.
Miss Jacobson is a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi sorority, having at-
tended the University one and one-
half years. At present, she is em-
ployed in Dayton.
Mr. Pollak, the son of Mrs. Estelle
W. Pollak, graduated from the liter-
ary college last June. A member of
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, he was a
member of the sophomore staff of
the Union during his sophomore
year.
The date of the wedding has not
yet been set.

SRA To Offer
Music Records
Annual Religious Seminar
Will Begin Tomorrow

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itialeers' Ply Trade On New
Police Communication Tower

Seminar in religious music will be-
gin its year's .activity at Lane Hall at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow under the direc-
tion of Lonna Parker, '41, and the aus-
pices of the Student Religious Asso-
ciation.
More than 300 records represent-
ing the most complete collection of,
religious music in this vicinity will be
available to students who participate
in the program. The programs are}
optional and no credit is given.
Leonard Gregory of the School of
Music will speak on medieval compo-'
sitions which will be played in the
opening meeting of the group to-
morrow. As an expert in this field
he will criticize and explain the com-
positions which will be played.
In the collection are such master-
pieces as Bach's B Minor Mass, Han-
del's Messiah, Bach's St. Matthew
Passion, Mendelssohn's Reformation
Symphony and Verdi's Requiem Mass.
Suggestion for other religious re-
cordings will be greatly appreciated,
Miss Parker announced, in order to
make the large collection ranging
from the music of the eighth century
to modern times as complete as pos-
sible.
The collection is specially housed in
the music room at Lane Hall and is
open to students at all times.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Police and Sheriff's officers are
certainly aware of the new broadcast-
ing antenna for two way communi-
cation between the police station and
roving patrol cars.
And so are at least two other per-
sons. They are the two hardy souls
who climbed up 170 feet of narrow,
unrailed ladder to carve their ini-
tials on the base of the tower plat-
form. No arrests or accusations have
been made, but S. S. Sturgeon, the
radio engineer of the Ann Arbor po-
lice strongly suspects that only men
of University of Michigan quality
would have undertaken the task.
Mecca For Frustrated
Besides being a mecca for frustrat-
ed Swiss Alps climbers, the tower
serves the more useful purpose of
providing Ann Arbor and vicinity with
fast and efficient police and sheriff
coverage of crime.
Before the installation of the tower,
the average time required to cover
roads after the report of a crime was
three minutes. Working under the
new system, the average time to block
main roads leading from the city has

dropped to a minute and a half.
At present, however, only two police
cars and one sheriff's car are equipped
with two way communication. The
rest of the prowl cars will be wired
for radio work just as soon as Stur-
geon can finish filling out (in tripli-
cate) the eight' to ten page forms
required by the Federal Communi-
cation Commission.
Wreck Occurs
Perhaps the most striking example
of the benefits of the new tower was
illustrated about three weeks ago at
the train wreck at the Michigan Cen-
tral depot.
A squad car had taken a bank mes-
senger with a shipment of money
down to the station and was waiting
for him to deposit it when the wreck
occurred. Before the railway cars
had stopped rolling, the officers in
the car had called the police station
and reported the accident. Ambu-
lances and fire fighting equipment
were on the scene almost immediate-
ly and thus were able to get the situ-
ation under control in a minimum of
time.

Mulison Stables
Sunday Supper Ride 4 P.M.
Sunday Morning Breakfast Ride 8 A.M.
Wedne day Supper Ride for University Women Only 5 P.M.
Friday Night Supper Ride 8 P.M.
or
Horses at Any Time-- Free Transportation

Monday Eve., Oct. 21

~y'
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ONE SHOW ONLY
SAM H. HARRIS Presents
f4V49MAN WHO6jP
CAM& PINNE'F
75y MOSS HART & GEO. S. KAUFMAN
Prices: 83c-1.10-1.65-2.20--2.75 incl. tax.

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MISCELLANEOUS-20
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prices. Across from Stockwell.
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HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

LARGE DOUBLE ROOM for two
girls-812 Catherine. Come- in or
phone 3695 before 2:30 p.m. 68
LAUNDERING-9

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ROOM AND BREAKFAST for
dent in exchange for help
children in the morning and
ning. Call 7762.
' A film of the theatre-
is life and its people
THE END

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with
eve-
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Price List
(All articles washed and ironed)
SILVER LAUNDRY
647 Hoover ,'Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Shirts ..................... .14
Undershirts................ . 04
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Handkerchiefs ..............02
Bath Towels ............... .03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coeds'
laundries. All bundles done sep-
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wools are our specialty.

Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructivesnotice to all
members of the University.
Notices
Registration for Selective Service:
1. Date of Registration -October
16. One day only.
2. Who Shall Register.
All male students who have cele-
brated their twenty-first birthday on
or before October 16th and who have
not celebrated their thirty - sixth
birthday. Any one who fails to reg-
ister must individually bear full re-
sponsibility for failure to register.
Foreign students must register and
give country of citizenship. Those
who have alien registration cards
must give the number as part of the
answer to question 6. Those who have
taken out first citizenship papers
only are not citizens of the United
States.
Students whose permanent home
addresses are in Ann Arbor, mem-
bers of the faculty, administrative
staff, or other university employees
within the age limits should register
in the city at their regular polling
places. They should not register in
the University as our machinery is
authorized to handle only students

from outside Ann Arbor who cannot
get home for registration.
Members of the federally recogniz-
ed active national guard; officers re-
serve corps; regular army reserve;
enlisted reserve corps; and members
of the advanced corps, senior divis-
ion, ROTC, are exempt from fegistra-
tion.
3. Place of Registration.
Please register according to the
school in which you are enrolled, as
follows:
L. S. A.-Alumni Memorial Hall.
Engineering School-348 West En-
gineering Building.
Medical School-Recorder's Office.
Law School-200 Hutchins Hall.
College of Pharmacy-College Of-
fice.
School of Dentistry-Kellogg In-
stitute, Exhibition Hall.
College of Architecture - Library
Architecture.
School of Education - 1431 Ele-
mentary School.
(Continued on Page 4)

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A FRENCH FILM prened by
the Art Cinema League Octo-
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sale Wednesday at Box Office.
All Seats Reserved at 35c
LYDIA
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THEATRE
Phone 6300

STUDENT LAUNDRY-The answer
to your laupdry problem will be
found at MOE LAUNDRY. We
have special student rates with
co-eds' laundry a specialty. A trial
will prove. Moe Laundry, 226 South
First St., Phone 3916.
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 5c

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