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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1940

Union To Sponsor
Week-End Tour
To SalineValley
All men students interested in tak-
ing part in a bicycle trip to Saline
Valley this weekend are urged to
see Carl Rohrbach, '42, of the Union
executive staff between 2 p.m. and
5 p.m. today o: tomorrow at the Stud-
ent Offices.
Cyclists will leave Ann Arbor at
1:30 p.m. Saturday and pedal tb the
Youth Hostel at Saline Valley where
they will be accommodated for the
night. Rising early Sunday morning
the travelers will be back in Ann
Arbor by noon-time.
Exchange Will Mail
Checks For Books
Checks will be mailed today to all
patrons of the Student Book Ex-
change whose books were sold during
last week's operation, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Robert Sam-
uels, '42, Union executive in charge
of the project.'
The Exchange closed operations
last Wednesday after a record sea-
son.

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Ani Arbor

Here Is

Tod(ay's

News

In SumnInary
City Clerk Fred W. Perry, who is
assisting the county clerk, Mrs. Luella
Smith, in the preparations to register
some 4,000 men on Oct. 16 for com-
pulsory military training, tells of a
fine cooperative spirit being shown
among Ann Arbor citizens. Although
it is understood by most people that
the regular voting workers are being
asked first to give their services
without remuneration for this work,
many outsiders are volunteering their
services, Perry reports.
The 70-ton traveling crane at the
University power house which was
wrecked during a heavy windand
rain storm July 24 has been replaced
by a new one at a cost of approxi-
mately $24,000.
With the City Council's permission
to widen the University mall for 140
feet of its length, the Thomas Mc-
Intyre Cooley memorial fountain has
moved one step nearer realization.
The partial relocation of the mall iE
not expected to begin, however, un-
til the beginning of next year. Ac-
cording to present plans the mall will
be widened opposite the Burton Me-
morial.

Aln Arbor's Civic Orchestra
Holds Interest For Students

An all-city musical activity that
attracts the attention of music-mind-
ed University students each year is
the Ann Arbor Civic orchestra. The
organization is under the direction
of William Champion of the high
school music staff and has an in-
trumentation of some 40 players that
approaches a "little symphony."
While primarily for the recreation
md training of city residents, Direc-
or Champion states that a number
)f students have been members in
he past, and are cordially invited to
oin this year's activities. Those eli-
;ible are assumed to have reasonablel

playing proficiency and experience
and because of time or arrangement
of hours do not find -University or-
chestra membership convenient.
Weekly rehearsals are held on
Thursday evenings, with usually four
or five major programs presented
during the year. The orchestra takes
a leading part in the annual pro-
ductions of "An Evening of Ballet".
with the Sylvia Studio of the Dance
and of the Civic Music Night.
Prof. David Mattern is chairman
of the orchestra's Advisory Council.
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Vertical shadings of this Associated Press map show area where British report bombing German-held
objectives under a "master plan" intended to soften Germany for a British offensive. Attacks were reported
at underlined cities.

OIL PRODUCTION DECLINES
NEW YORK, Oct. 8.-(AP)-Daily
crude oil production in the United
States declined 311,150 barrels last
week, averaging 3,488,800 barrels,
compared with 3,435,850 barrels a

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land. 8c
MISCELLANEOUS -20
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ened and altered. Reasonable
prides. Across from Stockwell.
2-2678. 65
GOOD TH INGS TO EAT - 16
GOOD FOOD at a special price-for
a limited number-20 meals $5.00.
Also fine single room. 608 Mon-
roe. 61
LAUNDERING-9
Price List
(All articles washed and ironed)
SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Shirts.. ........... ...14
Undershirts ................ .04,
Shorts............04
Pajama Suits ...............10
Socks, pair .................03
Handkerchiefs ..............02
Bath Towels........... ..03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coeds'
laundries. All bundles done sep-
arnately. No markings. Silks,
wools are our specialty.
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 3c
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND -1
LOST-Green fountain pen. Finder
please call 5938. Reward. 62

ROUND GOLD ELGIN wristwatch
between League and Gamma Phi
House. Reward. Phone Lee Hardy,
2-2569. 64
LOST-Stetson hat, initialed R.L.R.
Pheasant feather band, front of

Allenel Hotel, Friday, 12:45
722 Church.

a.m.

HELP WANTED
ROOM AND BREAKFAST for stu-
dent in exchange for help with
children in the morning and eve-
ning. Call 7762. 59
TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles. I
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 5c
FOR RENT
% OF 3 DOUBLE ROOMS-One at
$2.25 and two at $3 per week. Very
nice occupants. Clean, light, warm
rooms. Meals, $5 per week. 901
Packard. Phone 3949. 63
BEAUTIFULLY furnished house, six
rooms, garage, very low price. Also
seven room furnished, oil heat, two
garages, $55.00. Wisdom 2-2112.
51
POR INSTRUCTOR or graduate stu-
dent: in distinguished house at-
tractively furnished room with pri-
vate bath and completely separate
entrance. Garage. Telephone 3100
forenoon or evenings. 2010 Wash-
tenaw, 2nd floor. 56
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
men and women which will follow
in subsequent weeks.
On Sunday, Prof. Arthur Aiton will
speak on "'Columbus in the Light of
Recent Research."
House Presidents' Meeting Thurs-
day, October 10, at 4:30 p.m., in the
Grant Rapids Room, Michigan
League. Attendance compulsory.
Doris Merker, Chairman
Judiciary Council
Kappa Phi luncheon on Thursday,
October 10, at 12 o'clock to meet Miss
Ellen Moore, our founder, in the
Recreation Room of the First Meth-
odist Church.
Women's Archery Club will meet
on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 10, at
the Women's Athletic Building. Wo-
men students interested are urged to
come and bring a picnic lunch.
J.G.P. Central Committee will meet
in the Council Room of the Women's
League Thursday, October 10, at 4:30
p.m.
Dance Class Assistants: Girls who
do not work on the Dance Commit-
tee but who would like to assist at the
classes, meet with Marge Whittemore
Thursday at 4:15 in the League or
call her at 9654.
The annual Hillel Membership
Mixer will be held at the Union Ball-
room on Thursday, Oct. 10, from 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. All Hillel members are
entitled to a free admission. Affiliate
memberships will also be sold at the
door.
All Women Interested in Golf:
There will be a meeting of the Pitch
and Putt Club on Thursday, October
10, at 4:00,p.m. at the W.A.B. The
club is open to all women students
interested in playing golf. Freshman
women are not exceptions.
Moore To Attend
Engineering Meet
Prof. A. D. Moore of the electrical
engineering department will attend
the annual convention of Tau Beta
Pi, engineering honor society, tomor-
row through Saturday, at Lexington,
Ky.
During his six years as national
president Professor Moore has taken
an active part in- reorganizing the
society, being largely responible for
the Tau Beta Pi Fellowship program,
by which six or more of the best
graduates of each year are able to
take a year of graduate work at the
schools of their choice through sti-
pends of $650 each.
Professor Moore has been Director
of Fellowships for a period of ten
years.
Draft Funds Approved
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8.-uP)-A
$1,482,693,636 defense appropriation
bill, providing funds for the draft,
was signed today by President Roose-
velt. The measure carries the addi-
tional money needed to build up the
army to 1,400,000 by next July 1.

LOSER TO NOSE-ROLL EGG
CINCINNATI, Oct. 8. -I)- John
Curtsinger, 22, must push an egg
with his nose for one block along
downtown Fountain Square..
He bet on the Detroit Tigers to win
the World Series.

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For Your
Noon-Day Lunch
VisitI
IBetsy Ross Shop
IN THE ARCADE
Phone 5931
"Where students meet to cha/ and eat"

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GET READY FOR WINTER
AT
TH. EBUDGET Sit(W
WINTER IS COMING . . so do the smart, thrifty
thing. Start your winter wardrobe shopping now! Come
see our dresses . .. warm, smart wools for casual wear,
"dressy" frocks in crepe and velveteen.

"GET ACQUAINTED" SALE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
$1.00 OFF on any dress in stock.
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Two doors east of the Michigan Theater

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