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SATUIRDAY, APRIL 2a, 1941

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Students Acclaimed at Linors Assembly

Yesterday

Seniors
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE,
SCIENCE AND THE ARTS:
'Alfred Antilla, 4K4; William
Baker, A.B., +131K, 4M),,4411; Rob-
ert Ball, 'FK4, SHY,; Natalie Ben-
son, +K+, A.A, Dormitory Scholar;
Janice' Bernstein; Duane Bird,
1,)11:~; Merle Brown,(, 4) ;
Pt1ancis Chapin, 443K, +K+(4.
Howard Comstock, +B3K, I)4)(4;
Janet Cork,,443K, 44(4), AAA; Cyn-
thia Cotes, <1,K D, AAA; Thomas
Coulter, 4111; Jean Crandell, List
Scholar; Robert Crary, Jr., 44,
c14 -; Mary Jane Dexter, AAA.
Ellen Diarnant, 44K(4; Martha
Difrfenbacher, 4BK, 4)M4);' Alice
Diournanian, AAA, John Eam,
+RK1,; Robert Epstein, 431K, 44(P),
,f, l1,; Stephen Fleischer, 443K,
{4H ; Alice Fleming, 443BK, c)K4,
AA-A; John Foote, 4K4'.
Louis Freimiller, 44(4), '1) ; Mil-
ton Freudenheira 13, 443K, 4)K4>,
41 f; Alyce Friedley, 4BK, 4'KF;
William Gamzon, 44K(4; Mary' Gil-
bertson, 4)BK, 4K4, AAA; Diana
Gillis; Harry Gilmore, A.B., 4112.
Elaine Greebaum, 4)BK, 44K(4;
John. Griffith, 444, 4H Roger
Orismore, .BS., (K4), 4411; Carson
Grunewald, '4BK, 44I(i , 4m;12, Rack-
ham Undergraduate Scholar; Bar-
bara Haas, IIAO, + BIK, 44I4; Doug-
las HadIdock; Jean Louise Hale,
B K, 4R,]>, AAA.
Israel Jacobs, 4 B K, 4.K (1,;
Charles Johnson, 443K, 4'K-4', 4>l1~;
*Samuel Kessler, A.B.; Jean Kil-
patrick, yB1K, 44(4); Louis Lavine,
41(4), 4111.; Lois Lefkowitz, <)K4,
AAA.
John Lincoln, <WK4), 4H2, Linus
Litsey, 4BK; Gene McAxtor, 443BK,
4K11}; Donald MacCoul, 443K, 4('
41,1TI; William MVcDonell, 4)BIK,
't M'F, Simon Mandlebaum Scholar;
Vincent lvalmstrom.
Dolores Marsik, 443K, 44(4, AAA~,
Fassett Scholar; William Maxwell,
,1,BK,, 1C4)1111 4; George May, PM)4;
Neva Miesen, 4,I ), Literary Facul-

ty Scholar; Wilma Miron, <I B K,
4)K, A A;Elinor Moxness, 4)K+,
AAtA; Bernice Padget, B.S.
Helen Perry, <1431K, <>i(4', A 1:1
Dormitory Scholar ; W i ll i a mn
Pierce; Eleonore Putter, 111BK ,
4>N+4; Ralph Raimi, 41(4); May
Risch, 4,13K, _14, AAA; Margery
Roberts, f'iK, 44(), AAA; M. Ann
Robinson, 1,13K,4+K+P,A AAX; Joan
Sanders,441, 1(; Gretel Schin-
nerer, +B> 1, ('PK4', AAA.
garol Schneider, B.S.; Robert
Shafer, +B4K, 41)K4); Lewis Shenker,
44), j11'; Raymond Shinn, Jr~,
1y1K, <PK+4, Simon. Mandlebaum
Scholar; Warren Smith A.B., 44%K,
Ronald Steitz, 4141144[; Elea-
nor Stewart, +B1K, (K) Barbara
Storgaard, JJOA, <PBK, 4)K+P, AAA,
Dormitory Scholar; Martha Rob-
inson Taft; Robert Terhune, <'K4(4-
Seymour Vander, 44(4'; Marjorie
Van Eenam, P1BK, 44,A A,
Elizabeth. Waggener, A.B.
Elliot Weinberg, B.S., +4,4;
Harvey Weisberg, 4'IIK, (tKN , 4111;
Patricia Williams, 443BK, 4,K+), AAA,
Abbott Scholar; Harriet Wilson,
111BK, +'K4, AAA; Philip Witten-
berg, 44l1 _N:; Robert Woodward,
'44)4, Simon Mandlebaum Schol-
ar; .Bennett 'Yanowitz, A.B., 4', I
COLLEGE OF, ENGINERING:
Kenneth Allison, T 1311; Gordon
.8elshaw, 4',412 Sidney Bou-
wer, 44(4';, Richard Boyd, 4)P=';
'Glen Burdick, ebK4f; William
Campbell; John Clark, 4'K(); Don-
ald DeGraaf, 11111, N2, <W+4; Rus-
sell Duff, TB R, <PK+1, 4 1"'; Arthur
Floor; Donald Frey, T13I1, 2, 431(4).
Antranig G afa r ia n, B.S.E.
(Math.), 1'1311; Harry Haft, 441 2';
Richard Hamme, T-13 1'', 41,,pl;
Herbert Hammel; William Healy,
Jr., TBT, +,4(4,411; Robert Heine-
man, TIMJ, +K(D; Philip Hemily,
TBII; Edward Hutchinson, TBHI,

1 ti <1>11 , 2,Rackhiam Undergradu-
ate Scholar.
David. Inglis; .Jahn Jams, 11K t,
i' ";William Kiess'e1ll,'1 ,'1' 411
Richard Lambert, 1'81; Eugene
Landgraf, B.S.E. (Ch.E.), TBIM;
Robert Lee, ' !'31,'2, 4+K+; Law-
renice Lutzker, TM; Donald Mce-
Pherson; William. Meecliamn, ('11
Eugene Moody, TI, +, 411411";
Leland Moore, B.S.C., 4)1('; How-
ard ": orrison, {1'IK+: John Morri-
son, ''K) 4t ;Catherine Odson,
2;Clifton Orlebeke. TIIM,
E' K[ 1,'1_'; Loren Papenguth, Jr.;
Floyd P r esfo n, B.S., B.S.E..
Ch.E.), +K+: Arthur Resnick,
TIM, , 1'A y, '1K'1, P1 ; Spencer
Roberts, Jr, B.S.E. (Math.), T1311,
2Z ''II','1112;Carl Sanders, 'Till,
Charles Sharpe, 1=, (4)1), '1 1 2;
Ted Sheets, 41N(1,; William. Sher-
wood, Michigan Public Junior'Col-
lege Scholar; Ralph Shively ; Eu-
gene Sikorovsky, T1' 3, 4)1(4Y, (411 ;
George Sloane, B.S.E. (Ch.E.),
TIM1, t4)IK1' +11!; William Smith;
Harry Stubbs, 4)1, +11:,'; Florence
Tslikoff, Cornelius Dono0v a n

Scholar :; yRoland UrerJr,
David Whitcoxnbe, I I I,
< II 2 John Witheridge,

I3.S, E.

SCTIOOL OVF FSTRzY ANf) ,
SCHOOL O1 Nt, NGi(:
SCHOOL OF AMU ,':
Lennis Britton, 11 k \ .(H A O,), P K,
+)K+1, Presser Scholar; Constance
Coulter, English, hAl, 1'4,AA
Presser Scholar; Kat hlrynKal,
'COLO PBLCILIFIi
Mabel.oInu i.H,
COLLEGE OF LII EitITUE
SCIENCE AND THEilE ATS:
Paul.Anderson,,tPIlL an n
derson; Kooilkin noua,'P1+
Morris Axelrod; Corinun- Azen.
AA\A; Edwardlakr Pt,'11:
Murray Ba ron; Katryn Beal--an;
Allan Behrendt; Earl- Boonstra,
'1 'Stanley Brown; LEdmund+
Brownell, 'P11 2.
Frances Bull; Albert Callahan,
4)1II ; Cecil Castor, Jr., '1 ;Zola-
man Cavitch, ItL -;Art'hurCope-
lurid, 'P111: ; Wiiliam Cox, Jr.; I3ar.-
bara Dubois; fri na EiChoj:ii.A A ,
Hunt Scholar; Rbichard Esmriek;
Edward Farnsw oit, +.P1All, Ru i-
ham Unc igaciu srecuh-
Glen Garinen, 11;Riad
Gioldsmith; 'W'illiam onon Jn
Grothaus, Hl'B , XAt; Charlo.tte
Halman, A A %; Charles 11 alminer;
earl Hrecht; Richard lepn '1.
Robert Hodges, (I'll"; Frank 11o-
nigsbaurn, I'll='2; Patricia.Hunger-
ford AA\A; Richard Kelly, 'l1.
roland Kern; Mary Ruth Levy;
Noyes Scholar; Norma, Levy, A-\;
Margaret Lew is, \AA A; Donald Me-I
Guire, Jr.; Nancy MacKayc; Mu-
riel Mersel, _AA A, Dormitory Schol-
ar; Beatrice Miller, A AA, W(<aver
Scholar; Gerald M illstein, ''l
Phyllis Morgan, A AA.
Margaret Morse, AAA; Barbara
Newman ; Ruth Parsons, A A A:; Phil- !
ip Pratt, 'I'1i='; Richard Quetsch;
Mary Quiatt, AAA; Mildred Rans-

(ilo1rf, .Aa, Dormitory Scholar; Ger-
ald'_ s Donald Rehberg, Janice
Ric~ar~on '13 K, A AA; Richard
Lery odgers, +'11 2; Lenamyra
itulson, 1 +BK, A AA; Margaret
'~ cuk Richard Schneider; Betty
Lou Sikema, AAA; Doris Silep;
Sarah Simons, 1'11K, AAA; William
Sinnegen, +P1112, Rackham Under-
graduate Scholar; Janice Smith;
John; Smithson, '14"1 ; Maxine
Q1 A,
SM elvin Spencer; Richard Starr:
K ,aihe crine Stasewich, 41W1, A A A,
Alice Martin Scholar, Passett
cholar: John Staton; Bradley
IS ,t -atsma, +1l2: Merlin Townley,
'11:; Lois. Treuhaft, AAA; John
i'iezise, '111 ; Mary Jane Tuttle;
MVartha Weig, AAA Hyramn Zeldis;
Carter Zeleznik,
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.
Robert Alley, +)11u'2; Robert An-
dreasen ; Ernest Bailey, 4,111,; Wal-
ter Bergner, x'11'2; James Burton,
+)1112; Richard Clauss;, Charles
Cline; Joan Crishal, AAAS; George
Crossm an; R. Alan Dunlap, Simon
Mgandlebaum Scholar; Everett El-
lin, 4,11 2; Harlan Frerking.
Ch arles Guthrie, Simon Man -
dlebaunm Scholar; Robert Hall;
Raph Hamilton, Jr.; Betty Han-
sen, A AA; Albert Hirsch, 14-l'2;
John Howell, Cornelius Donovan
Schiolar; W'Jarner Jennings, 112
iMlrv'in King, i,111.,
W,,allace Klager; Henry Klauke,
HII: John Lambe; John Lent ; Nor-
mrani Lipstein, 111; Jay Meikle,
Leland Pickett, John Rosso, P1;
Donald Sagaser, T'111; Charles
Schoendube, Cornelius Donovan
Scholar ; John Sellers, Jr.; Charles
Marcus Sharp, 44[!1 ; Robert
Snith. Cornelius Donovan Schol-
ar; Donald Stephenson; Leland
Stewart, (1,11, Joseph Boyer Schol-
a1r, Laverne Noyes Scholar; John
Wahr, 1411; John Whitcombe,
111; Bernard Wilterdink.
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY:
F'red1 Meppelink, Jr.
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
AND DESIGN:
Irene Rogers.

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SCHOOL OF PVERLI(' IWALI'I: ISCwl OF FORES' TRY AND
Lillian 0. trund. 'NERAIN
Gezorge f -tin t, '1 -Seibert
Sophomnores Srul
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, S C HrOOL OF MU'StC:
SCIENCE, AND T~lE ARTS: Patricia Baiumgarten, AAA;
Amy Adams, \AA, LaVerne Rosemnarie Youing, AAA, Presser
Noyes Scholar; William Amterman: SChoalar.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION:
Edith 1Feinberg, 11 \i \t\1
SCHrOOL OFlt NFSAm -
ISTRATION:I
Robert Cahoon ; James DeBoer;,
Frederick Erb; William Jennett,
+)11 2; William LaBaw; Geraldiae
London; Ar-chie McCardell; Lillian
McLaren, A AA; Phyllis Vande- n-
berg; Solomon Zilber.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC:
Robert Dummn, 1]1 , Faculty
Scholar; Emil Raab; 1L0r rain e
Zeeuw, AAA.

LAW SCHOOL:
John Huston, A.B., r'P131K, 'PK'1°;
Ted Kubiniec,,B.S.
COLL EGE OF ARCHITECTURE
AND DESIGxN:
Richard Lane ; Charles Moore,
T 2A, P)()41l2 assett Scholar.
SCHOOL} OF EDUCATION:
Patricia Hovey, II M, 44J3K, 4,)1('
Richard Shafer, =1,K+); Jessie-May
Simmons, 4,11K, AAA; Anna Yam-
brick, I I A0 , 4)B3K
SCHOOL, OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION :
Richard Brown, Tar =; Howard

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ivinen; William Puro; Charles
I'oy ston, 'I'lli!; St'anley Saulson,
Edad Shunts; Forbes Sibley,
B.M.; IHenr'y Smithies; George
Sp ence;' Charles Vigor; Richard
Wagner, +'111; Irma Wyman, AAA.
COLLEGEF OF PHARMACY:
Har-old Scovill, Jr.
CCOLLEGE OF ki)I""ARWIhITCTURE
Tiv : °rar ,Aolog; Donald Pitz,

'll- ; Marilynl Bates, AAA, Re-
gents Alumni Scholar; Richard
Bauman, +l111_'. Georgre Berride,
h1112, Regents-Alumni Schlolar;
Matthew Bick, 4+11'_'.
Douglas Brown; Robert Brow-
nell, 411 2;, Roger Busle e, l12
Char-les Clark, 4)11 2; James Con-
rad, '111 2;Jean Criley: Robert
Curtis; John Dalwson I;I Walter
Debler, +111-2, Regtents - Alumni
Scholar; Howard DeLaMater, '12;
Dorothy' Dice, \-NA- Clifford Dick-
ason, Rchents - Alumni Schola-;
Deborah Dubinskyt, AA v.
John Edmian. +11=:-,Erwin EIch-
horn, 1'11 I' obert Evans; Jean
Faint, v A, Reg ;ent s - Alumini
Scholair; William 1Vellner, 4)11 2;
John Finger, 1'11 2, Rgents-Alu-ni-
ni Scholar; Dorotlhy Fogecl, AA N,
Regents-.Alumni Scholar; Howard
Fosler, +P11 2, Regelntsi - Alumni
Scholalr: Elizabeth Fraser, R-
gents- Aluni Scholar: Rosemary
Prunk.
(Continued ton Page 6)
Continuous from 1PM
--Last Times Today --

Popcorn Pete says:
Best of luck to U of M baseball team this
season. 'May their opponernts do as much
,popping up" as we do,
CARMELM CORN SHOP
621 E. Liberty 21 Steps from State
Phone 5975

- Cottrell, III!; Lawrence Dunham,
- B.B.A., 131'2 Arthur Gxronik, 4,K4-,
John Hooper, 13 r 2; John Mac-
Lachlan, 131 1; Ker-mit Midthun,
B.B.A., :131' Duncan Noble; Joh~n
Riegel, 11', 4+(['; Sally Trombley,
11", 4K(4; Michigan. Public Jun-
ior College Scholar.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Janet Anzel, A \A; Robert Arm-
strong; Carroll Barber; Ivan Bar-
ris., +I111, Shelby Baylis, 4,11 2
Georgiana Benesh; Gilbert Ber-
man, 4)11 2; Roger Berry, 1)1;2s
Harold Bissell; Marion Blaincett;
Fred Braga; Donald Brown.
Audrey Buttery, A AA; Robert
Carneiro, '1I ; Car-ole Castricum,
AA A; Joshua Chove-, +i1112: Donald
Cross, 111; Evelyn Dach, A AA;
Jeanne Davin, AAA; Leo Dinnan;
Frederic Dykstra, Stanley;vEmer-
ling, 1i112; Theodore En!;elder-;
Ilona Feitze; Luice Fne AAA;
Lee Fisher, 111 , Regents-Ahimtni
Scholar-.
Arthur Fridstein; Lois Gar Fitz,
AAA; Grace Gendzwill, Joyce
Gendzill, AAA\; Thomas Ghgor-
off ; Joseph Griear ; Patricia Han-
nagan, AAAS; Reva Hertz, AAA:
Roy Hiscock, Jr.; Elizabeth Iden,
XA \: Janet 1ng;ling , AAA; Wilma
Kaemlein; Mary Karoly.
Fae Kaufman, AAA; Marilyn
Keck, AAA;: Robert Klumpp, Mar-
jorie Lamb; Betty Ann Leemon,
AAA; Muriel Lewis, AAA, LaVerne
Noyes Scholar; Katherine Lloyd;
Malcolm MacGregor; Jane McKee,
AAA A; Romaine McN amara, A A A ;
Barbara, McNeill, AAA, Herbert;
Madalin, +)1112; Donald M assnick';
John Modrick.
Anne Mosher, A AA, Dormitory
Scholar ; Sara Musselman, A AA;
Leon Ostrander, Jr., +)111'2; Allen
Parduc ci; Douglass Parker, 1 ;
Patricia Peter, AAA; Andres Resto,
4)11 2; John Riccardo; Nancy Ring-
land, AAA; Carol Rivkin, a U;
Mary Robinson, -'as; Jane Sanig
er, AAA; Miriam Schieber, \A A.
Clarence Schultz 40 [" ; James
Seward ; James Simpson, t41 2;
Phyllis Smith; Willis Snell 111.
fi11 2; Sue Snyder, AAAy; James
Sullivan, +[11:'; Helena Thomassen,
AAA; Alvan Uhle ; Carol Vander-
kloot, AAA; Robert Weber; Nor-
man Weiner, (1,11!2; Jack Westmnan,
(1,112; Sarah Wilcox, AAA; Grace
Wood.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING:
Harvey Akright; Stephen Baits,
+)1112; Werner Blumenthal, 4,11 2;
Roland Bostrom; Donald B rote-
markle; Edwin Clark; John Cline;
John Cole, 4111,; Stanley Dale;
Milton Edlund; Robert Erickson,
441' ; Sidney Frank.
Richard Frost; Benjamin Geb-
hart, 4,11:L; Ronald Greenslade,
1)[11; Harvey Grimes, (1)11; Karl
Hleimbach, +P11:'2; Tihomas Holland,
,H1fl;'2; John Hubbell ; John King,
A..B. ; William Krause, 44'11; Selig
Lesnoy; Folke Lungard, (1,11; Alan
McClure.
William MacDermott; John Pa-
North Main Opposite Court House
Arthur Lake,
Penny Singleton in
"BLONDIE'S BIG MOMVlENT"
-- Plus

Freshmen
COLLE.GE OF LITERATURE,
SCITENC E. AND THE ARTS:
Neal Aldrich, ''12 David An-
derson, H11 2, Regents -Alumni
Scholar; Shurly Ash, AAA; James
Attwood, 'P11 2; Marilynn Banwell,
AA\A: Barbeay Barker, AAA\; Jo-
seph Bartz, 'P11!'; Bernice Bates.

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,CABARET DANCE
TO
FRAN WINE-GAR'S "PIPES OF FRAN"
13 - PIECE ORCHESTRA - 13
FLOOR SHOW
TOMORROW NITE
YPSILANTI, ARMORY

Soft Drinks Wi ll Be Served

Ladies 65c, Gentlemen 85c

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For that
Delicious Midnight Snaek
Try
MJill er's Box Lunch
Golden Brown Chicken
or Fried Jumbo Shrimp
Home-made Rolls and Individual Pies
Cal 2-7171
We Deliver Anywhere, Anytime

WANTED
BE A PROFESSIONAL BLOOD DONOR!
The University Hospital wishes to in-
crease its registry of available pro-
fessional blood donors. You are paid
for your services and are called when
needed. Your blood type, serology,
and hemoglobin are performed free
of charge when you register. REGIS-
'TER BY TELEPHONE FOR APPOINT-
MENT, PHONE 2-2521, ext. 225. Hours
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Daily, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday. 2 pm.-5 p.m.
Sunday. 45
PERSONAL
REDUCE! Los~e pounds ardid nches
where you want them off, Come in
from 9 anm. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
IT'S THE RAGE to be paged. Send a
Michigram at Michigras. )74
BUSINESS SERVICES
TRU MPETI MAN-Rides, reads well, de-
sires work in Ann Arbor, combo pre-
ferred. Call 7159 week nights. )34
HELP WANTED
FIRST' trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sunday-s. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows, Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
GIRL for care of children some light
housework afternoons through dinkier-
hour. Faculty family 2-3428. )44
HELP TWANTED - Stock and general
store work. Part or full time in ex-
clusive men's clothing store. Reply
Box 45, Michigan Daily. )19
AIRCRAFT MECHANICS and fuel serv-
ice men. Immediate employment.
Military or airline experience re-
qui-ed. Phone Ypsilanti 3220 or con-
tact airport manager's office at Wil-
low ruin. )33

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-5 beds available in male
student's rooming house. 3 blocks
from carpus;. :hone 2-0240 between
6 and 8 p.}6
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Two season tickets to May
Festival. Main floor. Adjacent seats.
Call 2-8396. )64
FOR SALE: Ford Model "A", '31. Rea-
sonable. Need money. Contact Win.
F'etchik, 12161 Maiden Ct., Willow Run.
)18
5 NAVAL OFFICERS' whitLe uinifori.
Size 37 shor -t. Emelleiit (minitioii.
4 never worn. Plione 25-71507 after
5 px.i )1
FOR SALE--Schwinn lrr icycle, men's,
with 3-speed dr-ive. 26-inch Wheels.
Good condition. 1111 Forest noons, or
4 o6 p in., or (all 4592. - }67
(lOLFERS--Spaldinig Jones irons, Ha-
gen, Wilson, M a c Or e Vgo r'pro. golf
equipmnent. Golf bags, paxs and balls.
Phone 22058-4044.:IJohin ny : Malloy
Professional. )69
A. BETTER. PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
ONE 14 INCH, once 11 inch Zildjiani
cymbal. Excellent condition. Call
Don Lessig 1183. )75
NEW all -aluminum Trailercoaches, 14
ft. overaill. Completely equipped. $;995.
Can be financed.- Meyers Aircraft Co,
Tecumnseh Airport, Teumseh, Miech-I
igan. ) 42
PRE WAR TUXEDO with vest. Size
37. Like new. Price $30. Call 24367. )40~
22 acres of rolling c-on~try, west. o1
andI near Ann Arbor. Ju lst right for
your suburban home. Will divide into
smaller parcels. Call 6415.
BT-.l( NICE 1. FERR(IS, "Realtor

WANTED TO BUY
$1500 CASH-Wanted to buy Willys
Jeep Station Wagon--Box 27 ):30
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED-Student with $500 to buy
partnership in going concern, owner
is graduating. Must be able to work
10 hours weekly. Excellent returns.
Reply Box 49, Michigan Daily. )70
SEWING
SEWING---Camnpus Alteration Shop.
508 Monroe street. Tel 9841. )
-LOST AND FOUND -
F OUND: Pearl necklace. At Willow Vil-
lhage Bus Stop. Claim with cost, of
adl. 1366 Sudbury, Willow Village. )65
LOST: Yellow gold wrist watch, rect-
angle shape. Finder call BEAU, 6114.
Reward $10.00.
LOsTr--G'olf clubs and bag at Stadium
Hills course last Friday. Finder call
4707. Reward. )35
WILL THE PARTY who inadvertently
took brown overcoat from rack at
League cafeteria Friday morning please
call 23782. I have yours. )72
WILL PERSON who mistakenly took
derby with red lining and initials
AS. from Theta Chi Bowery Ball
please call 23236. Ask for Swanson.
)27
WANTED TO RENT

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STUDENT COUPLE desire 2, 3, 4 or 51
room apt. Furnished or unfurnished
starting June, July or Aug. Box 16.
LAW STUDENT and teacher wife want
apartment-furnished or unfurnished
for June or before. 2-yr. residency.
Call Mr-s. Yokles, 21729. )71
STUDENT COUPLE desires permanent
furnished apartment beginning June
or will sub-lease for summer semes-
ter. Call Nissler, 2-4551 between 6
arnd 8. Good references. )9
__-MISCELLANEOUS
"If your radio won't work
When it's music you need
I'll fix it for you
With atomic speed."
For- expert radio repair service phone
9241 or bring your radio to the Tavern
C'af°eteria. )57
KIrDDIES - PARKING DEPOT
Ages 2-12
Ve'terans wives will care for~your child
Reasonable rates

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OVER the SANTA FE TRAMJ
RKO News and
Jungle Girl, Chapter 7

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elljoy
a I'zI.8 a
a TO&Pseli
Delicious food
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GIRL for care of children some light FOR SALE-- 6 skinr Koliiisky scarf-
housework after-noons through dinner silver- fox Mufif. (,All 2-7803.
hour. Faculty family, 2-3428. )40 ~ ------
Is'INC A 1BASKETR-
just the thing to satisfy that hungry crav-
inf. The basket comes filled with a juicy
hainburg er, with all the trin-mii's, si-
rounded by lots of luscious tastlfi salted

OUR PRICE:
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 30c
-Last Day Today
LADY LUCK
with Robert Young
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DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND
with Hopalong Cassidy
- Sunday and Monday -
THE SHOW-OFF
with Red Skelton
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Gentleman JOE PALOOKA

Call 20733

10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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COMPLETE SERVICE on your furs and
woolen garments. Cold storage, in-
..;urancc, cleaning, glazing, restyling,
anId repairing. Ginsburg Furrier, 607
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