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HELP WANTED
COUNTER MAN wanted to work
forenoons. Reference required.
The Parrot. 260
TRANSPORTATION - 21
WANTED-Ride to Miami, Florida,
for 2 passengers Feb. 7 or 8. Will
share expenses. Write Box 20,
Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT
SIX-ROOM suburban, east side. De-
sirable location, $35.50. Phone
2-2839. 255
928 FOREST-Light pleasant double
room. $3 each will rent single.
Phone 2-2839. 256
SINGLE and DOUBLE rooms for
students. Quiet. Continuous hot
water. 260 N. State. 265
GRAD. STUDENT to share two
room suite. Call evenings, 816 S.
State or phone 2-3759. 262
FOR RENT-Lovely rooms for spring
--cross draft ventilation-shower
-very quiet-phone 6159. 264
FACULTY MAN ONLY-Attractive
single room. Excellent meals. Ga-
rage. 824 Arch. 2-4149. 263
ROOMS-Single, double, and suite.
Continuous hot water. 615 Monroe
St., first house off State St. 232
DOUBLE., Private entrance, shower
bath, "kitchenette, Frigidaire. Main
service and linen. Phone 6539.
610 Forest. 250
SMALL APARTMENT near Campus.
Private tub and shower. Rent
reasonable. Call 8154. 1221 Wil-
lard St. 253
TWO DOUBLE ROOMS with adjoin-
ing lavatories. Steam heat, show-
er bath, constant hot water. 422
E. Washington. Phone .8544. 238
FOR RENT-Large double room,
screened porch. Single room,' pri-
vate bath, innerspring mattresses,
hot water, quiet neighborhod.
923 Olivia Ave., Mrs. Guy W.
Groom. 261
IVES WOODS HOME, 1 block from*
bus line, has available a bachelor
apartment consisting of living
room with fireplace, bedroom with
twin beds, and private tile bath
with shower. Mrs. S. W. Allen,
Phone 9710.. 252
HEATING and PLUMBING
STOKER and oil burner repair and
replacements. 30-day special. Al
Root Heating Service, 2-35 18. 21c
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Girl's bicycle, wire
basket, new in September. Call
2-4861. 258
TUXEDO-Black, very good condi-
tion. Too small for owner. Size
36. Only $12. Call 4626 between
6 p.m. and 8 p.m.' 254
VERY DESIRABLE east side subur-
ban property in restricted district.
Two acres and modemn seven-room
house. $7500. Easy_ terms. Oril
Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone 2-2839.
MISCELLANEOUS-20
THESIS Binding- Mimeographing.
Brumfield&Brumfield, 308 S Statet
19cF
DRESSMAKING and alterations.3
Coats relined. Also sewing of all i
kinds. Call Mrs. Ream, 8653. 208D
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-C
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.e
Killins Gravel Company, Phonee
7112. 5c
LAUNDERING

LAUNDRY -- 2-1044. Sox darned.'3
Careful work at low price. 36
STUDENT LAUNDRY-Special stu-
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St. Phone 3916. 10c
WANTED-Student washings by ex-F
perienced laundress. Reasonable
prices - satisfaction guaranteed., I
Phone 4429. 259
TYPING-18 0
TYPING--Experienced. Miss Allen,A
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 orV
2-1416. 14c
VIOLA STEIN - Experienced legalR
typist, also mimeographing. Notary t
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland. ,
EXPERT TYPING-M. A. in Eng-
lish. Work guaranteed; reasonable FE
rates. Mrs. Walsh or Eley,- 2-4108.
205 B
TYPING and duplicating service.
Dorothy Testa, M.A., 625 E. Liber- in
ty (at State), Rm. 1.2-1835. Re- C1
ports, theses, dissertations, briefs. A.
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Ro 1 tngta 7:30 with D .candidate must have compled two truhFia, eray7 l
aas A pannl pe n I !se: .ea ofatcollege work or asda nvr t tdnsaecordially in-
____a[.9:00 pm. examination on the educational re- 1 vied
_ _ quirements, Captain Boushey will ex-'
11111 A.. lL '' (.. FjFt C I A.r L B U51J LILEBT171N Barris Hal: There wil be a tea this plain the requirements in detail, and h oeg esac lbWl
afternoon from 4:00 to 5::30 Un- will discuss the opportunities aval- meet on Monday, February 3, at
vx cnity sudents are corially 'invied able to students who are qualified 7:30 p.m in the West Leture' P.'om
___________________________________________________________and wish to ente this banch of the ~~RehmBidn
service. Students who are interested roam
(continued from Page 4) in this lecture group will meet in Mendelssohn Theater. This recital i t7 Pivit i tedigti meigsh'l r.gria .Sny "h lc.
ibutd bylot o al stdent N.S audtorum, s pat ofthe acuty Cncer Seres, Army Air Corps Flight Training ;watch the Aeronautical EngineeigadofGrnyuringteWol
Room Assignments, Glrmstuden2, and will be open to the general pub- for Egn(rn tdns u'n bulletin board for further details asadofGrnyuigth Wrl
Deatet;tdet ille week of February 3. Captain Homner to the time when it will be' held and ,
Room B-308 East Engineering 31, 32: Saturday, February 8, 9-12!- Wh f h lgtCae xm helcto.Miss Dorothea Morrill: "Religious
g, on Friday, February 14, ac- 1,.m.: .ose, fteFlgtCde.xm-leltain ecusaney during the reign of James
totefolwngshdle:Grmn1 xhibtions ,iarisng Board , will be in Ann Arbor o I
os the0 follow ingsceds, :0 Wst Gecuermanis 1. psn Ehbtin lit thi alwith all Engineering students arris hai: Consolation teas will 4 Tebuiesmetn°x'cdn
ors 80am.Juir,83 WetLcuePhsc:Plipn. Ehbto Thtyehngs of de- Iibareeinteresnedfinathexaminationnrfbe.held duringsfinaltexaminations.
eniors, 9:00 am.; students Diamond, Gaiss, Graf. tails of landscapes by Frank A.'.sfrfih tann ihth ryTawllb evdfom40to53 he rogam members will vote on
rd alaflw t advanced 1035t 31A.H.: Stiediec, VaniDe n. W- Faugh, freLndscheArofithecr Air Corps. In general, an eligible starting Tuesday, February 4, and ' otendio mre is desired.
, 9:30 a~m. The doors will be yards, Broadbent, at Massachusetts State College, are(_______________________________
promptly at the times indi- 35 A.H.: Pott, Ebelke, Winkelman. on exhibit in the wall cases in the ~
rnd students who fail to re- German 2. first floor corridor of the Arehitec-
number at these appointed 101 Ec': All sections, ( ture Building until Feb. 1.
ill be compelled to select one German 31. Professor "Waugh is noted for his
lose available after the draw B Hl.H. Pott, Edwards, Diamond. life-long efforts in the conservation
n) made. 2003 A.H. Gaiss, Broadent, Ebelke. of the native rural. Americt andI'
301 U1J. Wahir. scope.
h I - Final Examinations: 203 U.H. Nordmeyer. Exhibition by artists of Anin Arbor!l DN
, February 4, 2-5 p.m. 201 U.H. Reichart. and vicinity, in several mediums,!j
,s-16 A.H. 306 U.H. Eaton.4 Alumni Memorial Hall, afternoons'
i-229 A.H. German 32. 2:00-5:00 through today.
am--208 U.H. D H.H. All sections. Let rsMH et rsA SA
-231 A.H. Doctoral Examination for Mr. Ar-' Bilgia Ceitr ecue:Po .S"SA
-1018 A.H. nold Otto Haugen, Zoology; Thesis: Booia hmsr etr:Po
t-21A.H. "Life History and Management Stud- fessor Armand J. Quick of Marquette
her W. Pys. ee.les of the Cottontail Rabbit in South- University School of Medicine will
n-2054 N.S.. western Michigan," today at 1:30- speak informally on "Recent Devel-+
i-W° Phys. Lee, p.m., in room 3089 Natural Science opments of the Coagulation of the dr n r d l eai n
hu - H.B d . C ar a ,L R.D c .B o d on T ed y Fe r ay .a s-4203 A.H. By action of the Executive Board 3:30 p.m. in the East Lecture Room
lay-205 M.H. the chairman may invite members of the Rackham Building. All in-
a-3011 A.H. of, the faculties and advanced doe- terested are invited.
-2014 A.H: toral candidates to attend the ex-
n-2203 A.H. amiration and he may grant permis- Events Today!Ev r F id y a d S t d y
nnen-W. Phys. Lee. sion to~ those who for sufficient rea- Junior and Senior EngineeringEv r F id y a d S t d y
mick-2016 A.H. son ight wish to b+.. present. Students interested in Reserve Con-
1-202 W. Phys. C. S. Yoakum msin nteUie ttsNv
-103 R.L. Women Students wishing to enroll are invited to meet in Room 348,jTh o g Ex m
-103R.L.in the course in Recreational Lead- West Engineering Building, at 4:00
r-305 S.W. ership offered by the Women's De- p.m. today. Captain Lyal A. David-
tsow-201 U.H. partment of Physical Education dur- son, Commandant of the Naval R.B t ene e tr
Bew e der-102 Ec. ing the second semester are asked O.T.C., will address the meeting. e e tr
ler-18 A.H. to fill out an application blank in Ceta ComteofAsbl
'r-35 A.H. Room 15, Barbour Gymnasium, by CetaComteofAsbl
sr2235 A.H. February 1. Bll will meet today at 5:00 p.m. in
r-231 A.H. _____ the Council Room of the League.
ger-2029 A.H.C ncrsjWsmnseStetGul
-W. Phys. Lee. C n ers The Wsmnse tdn ul
-20,3 .H. iof the First Presbyterian Church will
-20.3U~n.Choral Union Concert: The Buda- I hold Open House from 8:00 to 12:00
ridge-2235 A.H. pest String Quartet, made up ofthsenig
Josef Roismann, First Violin; thlex-eing AW
Assignments in Mathematics ander Schneider, Second Violin; Bor-, Wesley Foundation: Bible Classa.
of Lit., Sci., and the Arts), is Kroyt, Viola; and Mischa Schneid--__
aminations in Mathematics er, Violoncello; will give the ninth
held in the regular class- Choral Union concert Thursday, Feb- VIOLIN INSTRUCTION
cept in the following cases: ruar~y 20, at 8:30 o'clock, in Hill Aud-. Marion Struble Freeman
7Kaplan-229 A.H. itorium. ______S etrOpin Jb.1/
Raiford-2029 A.H. Piano Recital Mabel ReaSPanmBesnn~tr Oan igaeb.17hIlf
7 Dmevit5sWy-iSt will give a recital a 4:15 pm.1 (Coaching i,)Ai 2-12(48
DoHheisk-Sunday, Februar y 2, in the Lydia________________
11 Schneckenburger-3010o - - - ___-
11 Raiford-203 U.H.
13 Raiford-302 M.H. y u l
13 Anning-225 A.H. d rn )A - '
13 Elder (11 o'clock)-305 CduBFriREgST LJ
13 Mers201 .H.Eat our home cooking regularly1
13 Schneckenburger-301 1
47 Crag-300 A.H. /ER 1" R L i)Tonight 9:30Oto 1:00 °., Saturday 9:00 to 12:00. ..-1 a Couple
53 Elder-201 U.H. GRIL
53 Beckenbach-201 U.H, Two Floors 61 5 East William St.
53 Myers-225 A.H._______
111 Nesbitt-3003 A.H. ---=zr-~~_________________________________________________

Changes in Mathematics Schedule.
for Second. Semester. Math. 139 will
be omitted, and in its ,place Prof.
Rainich will offer Math. 235, Dif-
ferential Geometry, Tu.Th.S. at 11,31 A. . M t . 49 ExeirB l
listics, will be offered by Prof. Field,
M.W.F. at 10, 201 W. Eng. Math. 223,
Casualty Actuarial Theory (also list-
ed as Bus. Adm. 278), will be offered
by Prof. Carver, hours to be arrang-
ed.
History 173, Final Examination on
Tuesday, February 4, 9-12. Sections
3 and 4 will meet in 2009 A.H.; all
others in Room C, Haven Hall.
History 49, Final Examination on"
Tuesday, February 4, 9-12 a.m.
Abrams to Hofman, 101 Economies
Building.
Holmes to Zarnow, Room B, Haven
Hall.!
The final examination for Psychol-
ogy 55 will take place in Room 231
A.ngell Hall on Monday, Feb. 10, 2-5
p.m. _ _
Mathematics 8, Section 1 (Mr.
Rickart) will have its final examina-
tion on Thursday morning, Ferbuary
6, in Room 336 West. Eng.
History 37, final examination, Wed.,
Feb. 5, 9-12: men students in room
B, Haven, and women in 231 A.H.
History 11, Lecture II, Final exam-
ination, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 9-12: Mr.
Clark's sections will meet in 2219
A.H., and Mr. Stanton's sections will
mieet in 2231 A.H. All other sections,

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"HELP WANfED"
The gr'ant' ad means just what it
says - it seeks contact with pros-
1, [_] pective employees who are capable
<~of "helping" -- of which the
7 ,Business School Trained candidate
is always the most evidently qual-
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