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11 MICHTEAN- DAIS,

WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1941

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Conservation Institute To Hold
Two Day Meeting Here Oct.8-9
Discussion of the leading conserva- greet the delegates at lunch, Oct. 8
tion problems of both state and na- after which a round table on local
tion will feature the meetings of the projects will be held. Later in the
Conservation Institute to be held Oct. afternoon a field trip to these pro-
8 and 9 in Ann Arbor. jects will be taken.
An adres byean . T Dan of "This Is Our World," an address
AneadresyschbylDenSt.tldanaheof by Prof. Paul B. Sears of Oberlin
theCollege, will highlight the Institute
Do We Stand in Conservation?" will banquet over which Dean Dana will
open the two day program sponsoredf preside.
by the Federated Garden Clubs of Meetings Oct. 9 will be featured by
Michigan, the School of Forestry and a discussion of the Detroit-Huron-
Conservation, the University Exten- Clinton Parkway and Playground
sion Service and the Michigan De- Project by H. B. Earhart, chairman of
partment of Conservation. the Authority.
Jay H. Price of the United States Others who will speak during the
Forest Service and Harris A. Rey- conference include Mrs. Marjorie
nolds, Secretary of the Massachusetts Bingham of Cranbrook Institute,
FPrest and Park Association will close Prof. Louis A. Wolfganger of Michi-
the opening session with discussions gan State, Prof. E. Laurence Palmer
of further conservation problems. of Cornell, Helen Martin and G. W.
This session, as all others, will take Bradt of the Michigan Department of
place in the Rackham Building. Conservation and Ernest L. Anthony
Ptesident Ruthven is scheduled to of Michigan State.
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MEN'S $UfIS AND SPORTS JACKETS

FOR SALE
SAXOPHONE, Buescher,C
Silver with gold bell~
Cheap. Phone 5165.

C Melody.
like new.-
18c

FOR RENT

SUITE with private bath and shower
for 3' graduate women. Steam heat,
constant hot water. 422 E. Wash-
ington. 19c
LARGE BEDROOM with beauty rest
mattress. Modern apartment. Cam-
pus location. Men students or
business men. 520 E. Jefferson,
Apt. 9. Rothman. 23c
SINGLE ROOM in modern house,
quiet locality. No other roomers.
Shower, automatic heat. Call
2-3338. 24c
LARGE QNE--ROOM apartment, kit-
chenette, bedroom alcove, built-in
bookcases; married students. Utili-
ties.' 530 Thompson. 2-1327. 25c
FOR GRADUATE GIRLS:% 2 singles,
well-furnished, cross-draft, shower.
Quiet surroundings. Phone 6152.
evenings. 26c
NICELY FURNISHED single sleep-
ing room-=-walking distance from
campus for business or professional
man. 303 N Division, phone 2-3425
21c
ROOMS in quiet private home. Very
desirable. Single and double. Nice-
ly furnished. . Well heated and
ventilated. Convenient to bath.
Phone 2-2794. 1016 Martin Place.
29c
ROOMS FOR UNIVERSITY MEN-
Large, attractive double rooms,
1% blocks from campus; near
restaurants; extra wide single beds
with innerspring mattresses; men's
lounge; shower room-3 showers;
recreation room-ping pong table;
Price: $3.00-$3.50-$3.75 per week;
Location: 807 S. State Street;
Tel: 4844. 20c
LOST and FOUND
LOST near Natural Science, wallet
containing identification, draft
registration, $20. Return 2052 Na-
tural Science. Reward.'
SMALL MAROON PURSE contain-
ing money. Between Jordan and
Chemistry Bldg. 493 Jordan Hall.
2-4561. 28c
TELEMAC gabardine raincoat bear-
ing name "William Altman" lost in
Angell Hall. Call 4850. Reward.
17c
LIGHT TAN STROOCK COAT-
changed at tea Sunday. Please re-
turn to Jane Woltzen, Jordan Hall.
'15c

TYPING
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
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TAILORING & SEWING
TAILORED suits and coats, custom-
made. Day time, evening gowns
made and remodeled. Phone 3468.
4c
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING and multigraph
ing-illustrated and typed work
for fraternities and other student
organizations. 1 cent postage on
alumni mailings. The Edwards
Letter Shop, 711 N. University.
Phone 2-2846. 8c
MAKE MONEY--on your used cloth-
ing by phoning Claude H. Brown,
2-2736. 512 S. Main. Sc
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company, phone
7112. 7c
PERSONALS
INFANT DAY NURSERY. Reason-
able rates by day or week. Ap-
proved. Phone 3948. 9c
WANTED
EXPERIENCED DRUMMER wants
job with dance band. Call "Bud"
at 7438 after 7:30 p.m.
ROOM WITH BATH and meals avail-
able to student in exchange for
part-time housework. Call 7762.
31c
WANTED-Roomate. Automatic hot
water and heat. 711 Oakland. 27c
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

Dobbs HATS .
Van Boven lead the style parade
for Fall with Iobbs HATS.

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$5.00 $7.50 $10.00

OF FINE Slit ]SEI' Sf1 ETND).
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Correctly designed and su-
perbly tailored of the finest Eng-
lish and native materials.

SHIRTS...

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Grey flannel (in three shades),
natural Covert and Cavalry
lwill are still favored by. the
well dressed University man.

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NCKWEAR .. .
Foulards, College stripes, Eng-
lish chaille and Knits both na-
tive and domestic exclusively
smart or richly conservative.

BURN$LEY SHETLANDS have been famous for ages for
rich cWotings, and the beauty achieved only thru handi-
craft. Heretofore found only in Costly Clothes, this fabric
is now presented at the modest price of $45.00--an achiev-
ment Augmented by Van Boven styling and tailoring.

All our work is guaranteed
Free pick-ups and deliveries

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HOSIERY ...

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The finest native and import-
ed hosiery is to be found in our
store in a wide variety of plain
colors and plaids.

Sweaters from Scotland:
Shetland and Cashmere. They come direct to
us from Scotland and as a result, you will be
amazed at their low price and high quality.

Made in England: Van Boven
offers a wide selection of color-
ful night wear in the finest na-
tive and English materials.

TYPEWRITER & STATIONERY Store
314 South State St., (Opposite Kresge's)
DEALER: New and Reconditioned, Corona, Royal, Underwood,
Remington, Hermes, Noiseless portables; also all makes of
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