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Lit Students To Help Celebrate
Centennial Of Literary College
The heritage of a century will be more were nearly outnumbered by
passed on to five thousand students I the two-man faculty which presided
in the College of Literature, Science, over a curriculum including such
and the Arts Wednesday. October 15, items as anthropoglossica, ennoeica,
and diegetica. Hygiene 101 is a much
when the University's oldest branch more recent innovation.
celebrates its centennial. Living conditions were not nearly
With the entire day devoted to as high-sounding in the roaring for-

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ASSOCIATED
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PRESS
NVEvWS

festivities and speeches, literary stu-
dents will be excused from classes to
allow participation in their school's
anniversary. Coming once in a hun-
dred years, the centennial celebra-
tion will be presented for the first
and last time to the classes of '42,
'43, '44, and '45.
While the fivP thousand of tnr d.

ties. Although Mason Hall contained
a chapel, a 4,500-volume library,
┬░lassrcoms, and zoological collections,
the University still found room to
house students in its dormitory.
Michigan men have been sleeping
there ever since.
ROTC Cadets To Detroit

will mark the literary school's found- Junior and senior cadets of the
ing in the halls and auditoriums of Ordn-.nce Department unit of the
a modern university, the other class ROTC will travel to Detroit for an
of '42 was willing to settle for Mason 'nspection of the United States Tank
Hall and not much more. Six-thirty Arsenal there tomorrow. The trip is
classes, cow-strewn campus walks Lzing made in connection with the
and no coeds fell to Ann Arbor's :neeting in Detroit of the Army Ord-
student body one hundred years ago. nance Association.
The word "student body," when
compared with the present Univer- Australian rabbit skins are ab-
sity enrollment, was almost singular normally high and average four to
in 1841. Six freshmen and one sopho- six times pre-war prices.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

HELP WANTED TAILORING &' SEWING
BOY to work 1 hr. daily for room. TAILORED suits and coats, custom
Nice room. 514 Thompson after made. Day time, evening gowns
11 a.m. 48c made and remodeled. Phone 3468.
f 4c
EXPERIENCED student counterman.
Hours, 9 to 12 in morning, Monday WANTED TO BUY
thru Saturday.. Apply 105 N: For- --- -
est. 50c CASH for used clothing; men and

THEIR HIGHNESSES-Accompanied by two tiny dog.s, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor strolled in front of
the ranch house at the Duke's 3,000-acre "EP" ranch at Pekisko, Alta., deep in the foothills of the Capaliai
Rockies. The Windsors are spending a 10-day holiday at the ranch, following their trip there from the Ba-
hamas by way of the United States.

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STUDENT WANTED for general
housework and assist with care of
child. Room with private bath.
$7.00 per week. Call 7591 47c
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Masonic ring with diamond.
Return to 1831 Washtenaw. Call
5691. Reward. 42c
WILL PERSON who took taylor tot
from Geddes entrance to Arbore-
tum please return it to 630 Forest
or call 2-1255-no questions asked.f
49c
PERSONALS
INFANT DAY NURSERY. Reason-
able rates by day or week. Ap-
proved. Phone 3948. 9c
TYPING
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
FOR RENT
FOR GRADUATE GIRLS: 2 singles,
well-furnished, cross-draft, shower.
'Quiet surroundings. Phone 6152.4
afternoons. 26c
FOR SALE '
CHAMPION BRED chow puppies
and cocker puppies for sale. Blacks
and reds. 188J Miller. 46c
FILM PACK & PLATE CAMERA,
2% x3%iA Kodak Recomar. Kalart
synchronizer. Supplementary lenses
etc. New, worth $80. Will sell for
$45. Call Dick Strong, 6367. 43c

ladies. Claude H. Brown, 512 , S.E
Main St. Phone 2-2736. 5c
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING - Thesis bind-
ing. Brumfield and Brumfield, 308
S. State. sc
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company, phone
7112. 7c
MIMEOGRAPHING AND MULTI-
GRAPHING-illustrated and typed
work for fraternities and other stu-
dent organizations. 1 cent postage
on alumni mailings. The Edwards
Letter Shop, 711 N. University,
Phone 2-2846. 8c
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 2c
INDIVIDUALIZED LAUNDRY
SERVICE '
Each bundle done separately,
by hand
No Markings
Silks, Wools, and Coeds' Laundry
Our Specialty
All our work is guaranteed
Free pick-ups and deliveries

RUSSIAN PRISONERS-German sources identified these men as Rus-
sians, prisoners of war, taken in battle and huddled in a sand pit before
they are moved to a concentration camp.

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man offensive on the Eastern front was underway, and there was spec-
ulation that Moscow was the goal, with the attacks developing especially
from the Roslavl area. Sectors: (1) The Leningrad area, from which
Germans might possibly thrust at Moscow; (2) The Roslavl region;
(3) The German drive at Kharkov; (4) The German (shaded arrow)
and Russian (black arrow) drives in the Crimean area.

607 E. HOOVER
SILVER LAUNDRY

5594

A 5 ert'sed
T'Q
yING pOST
t ,Be among the first wearing
this pace-setting fashion in
striped shirts for Fall. Grid-
iron Stripe is Arrow's new
prize pattern in a"fashioned-
:. for-each-other" foursome.
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NEW COACH-New head football
coach at the University of South-
ern California is Justin "Sam"
Barry (above), who succeeds his
long-time superior, the late Coach
Howard Jones. Jones died July 27.

SHIPWRECK-This mangled wreckage was a sight-seeing boat in Bis-
cayne Bay until winds of hurricane force crushed it against pilings
under the county causeway linking Miami, Fla., and Miami Beach.

SHIRT, $2. In paired shadow and
high key narrow contrast stripes on
soft-toned grounds-a spirited com-
bination. The newest Arrow collar
styles, the form-tapered Mitoga fit.
TIE, $i. Specially created by Arro
accent the colors and patterns of the .
SHORTS, 65e. The special comfor
.eliminates seams in the seat and cr
2 patterns and colors match the sh
HAND KERCHIEF, 34c. A handsome d
ation for your breast pocket, a kno'
with this shirt and tie.

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DISAPPOINTED-One of the most disappointed men in the United
States today is Mickey Owen, Brooklyn catcher, pictured above with
his wife after the final game of the 1941 World Series Monday. It was

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