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rw: TwO THE MICHIGANIAIY

sUND A

Interviews for Rehig4ous Work

Samuel R. Smith, midwest tra-
veling secretary for the Student
Volunteer Movement, will be at
Lane Hall Tuesday and Wednes-
day for consultation with all stud-
ents interested in Christian vo-
cational work.
Smith is acting president of the
College of West Africa and head
of the ministerial training pro-

gram of the Methodist Church,
Liberia, West Africa. He is also
associate pastor of the First Meth-
odist Church, Liberia, which is the
largest congregation in Liberia.
Students wishing to speak to
Smith may contact Dr. Franklin
H. Littell, director of Lane Hall, to
make appointments.

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Continuous from 1:30 P.M.
SUNDAY and MONDAY

PITY
the men i
her life'

A rt Museum's
Poster Exhibit
Shown Here
"Design and the Modern Post-
er," an exhibit circulated by New
York's Museum of Modern Art, is
now on display in the Architect-
ure Building.
The exhibition consists of a ser-
ies of plates analyzing poster art
in terms of design, as well as a col-
lection of large original posters.
While the posters used to illustrate
such specific factors as color, let-
tering and movement are mostly
American, the majority of those in
the general collection are Europ-
ean.
Chiefly of pre-war vintage, these
color posters have been chosen
from various countries on the bas-
is of their general interest and po-
tential power. They were designed
to publicize a wide range of activ-
ities, from art exhibits to trans-
portation advertising.
This exhibition, one in a series
sent out to educational institu-
tions by the museum, also indi-
cates the great importance of clear
and dramatic presentation in post-
er making, and the ability to com-
mand attention.
The exhibit will close Nov. 28.
Prof. Brown To Speak
Prof. Delmar M. Brown, of the
University of California, will talk
on "Problems of the American Oc-
cupation in Japan" at 8 p.m. Tues-
day in Rackham Amphitheatre.

A national conference on Psy-
chological Diagnosis and Coun-
seling of the Adult Blind will be
held tomorrow through Wednes-
day in the Rackham Building. ,
Approximately 200 officials are
expected to attend from vocation-
al schools, the Veterans Adminis-
tration, industrial personnel of-,
fices and national and state agen-
cies dealing with the blind.
Following President Alexander |l
G. Ruthven's welcome address, Dr. 1
Wilma Donahue, director of the
Bureau of Psychological Services,,
1147db Tryouts
Will BeHel
Tryouts for "Campus Quarter,"
a weekly 15-minute radio broad-
cast sponsored by the Union and
League, will be held from 4 to 5
p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 4208 Angell
Hall.
Otudents who want to acquire
actual experience in radio broad-
casting are urged to attend be-
cause these tryout periods will be
conducted only for several more
weeks. After they are discontinued,
positions in future casts will be
filled from a list of those persons
who have already auditioned for
the program.

will outline the purposes and pro-
gram of the conference in the
opening session at 10:30 a.m. to-
morrow in the East Conference
Room.
Michael J. Shortley, director of
the federal Office of Vocational
Rehabilitation, will discuss the
conference's application to voca-
tional needs of the blind.
"Mental hygiene aspects of
blindness" will be considered in
the afternoon session at 2 p.m..
followed by "social attitudes to-
ward blindness" in the night ses-
sion, at 7:30 p.m.
Among technical aids for the
blind to be demonstrated Tuesday
night are the electronic pencil,I
autograph and visorgraph. Con-
ference members will observe the
instruments at an open house at
the Bureau of Psychological Ser-
vices, one of the organizations
sponsoring the conference.
The federal Office of- Vocation-
al Rehabilitation and the Michi-
gan Department of Public Welfare
are also sponsoring the confer-
ence._
Michigan Law Review
Comments on current legal ques-
tions and reviews of cases and de-
cisions by 20 senior law students
in the University, are included in
the late.st issue of the Michigan
Law Review.

VOCATIONAL, SOCIAL AIDS:
Psychological Help for Blind

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HUNGRY? Don't Go Out .; .
Phone Us - Anytime -
for Prompt Delivery
Hamburgers - Texburgers - Sandwiches
Coffee - Cold Drinks
and
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
*all, a4ilcA h 'e*ice

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BERNIE ASBEL
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Campus AVC
Will Sponsor
'Hootenanny'

Dial 2-6606

Closed
Saturday Nite

Keep This
Phone Number

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starring
JOAN FONTAINE
PATRIC KNOWLES
HERBERT MARSHALL
RICHARD NEY

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PRICE POLICY
Evenings and Sundays 30c
Weekday Matinees 25c,

* Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
"THE HUCKSTERS"
GABLE
Plus! "LITTLE MISS BROADWAY"
Facilities for -
Private Parties -- Banquets
Early Reservations Suggested.
PRI CED R I GH T
Clean Atmosphere
* No Waiting -300 Seats
Catetepd
Masonic Temple Bldg.
327 South Fourth Ave., between Liberty & William
One Block East of Main St.

CLASSIFIED ADVE RISING

PERSONAL

ATTENTION PHILANTHROPISTS: Fish
is buying his own cigarettes now, so
don't give him any more.
FOR SALE
RECORD CHANGER never used, bar-
gain price also table model radio
and record player. Phone 2-1371. )44
FOR SALE: Fur coat white lopin. Size
12. Perfect condition. half price. 562
South Seventh. Phone 5330. )108
BRAND NEW HAMILTON wrist watch
Never been used or removed from
its case. A $10.00 reduction from
retail price. )45
CAMPUS CORSAGE service. This Pan-
hel reduces expenses but offers fin-
est quality flowers. Place orders be-
fore Nov. 18. Call Bill Barlsh, 2-7032.
)G
FOR SALE--1931 Chevrolet $50. Looks
bad but runs. 1438 University Ter-
race, Apt. 612. )57
1939 PLYMOUTH 4 door. Radio and
heater included. New engine, tires,
and battery. Excellent overall condi-
tion. Phone 2-4969, after 5 p.m. )3
ROYAL Portable Typewriter. Wakai,
201 N. Thayer. Phone 2-0683. )11
MAN'S blue pinstripe suit. Excellent
condition. Size 37. Call 8859 after,
6 p.m. )24
OLDS 6, 1938 Sedan, good condition,
excellent tires, radio, heater. $595.
Call 2-6249. )5
FOR SALE-.22 caliber Mossberg repeat-
er rifle, 2x Lyman scope. Army sling.
Call 2-0335 after 7 p.m. )73
ALL COLORS canaries and parakeets,
finches. Bird supplies and cages. 562
South Seventh. Call 5330. )40
WEBSTER WIRE RECORDER, phone
Carl Browlell, 4141 between 6 and 7
p.m. ) 81

WANTED
URGENTLY NEED 2 or 4 tickets for
O.S.U.-Mich. game. Call 28276. )2
RIDERS to and from Wayne. 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Contact Sgt. Conroy, ROTC
Extension 306. )26
WANTED-Ride to Buffalo for over
Thanksgiving. Can leave Wednesday
afternoon. Call Lee Graves, 2-4591.
Leave message if not in. )7
RIDE WANTED to Columbia, S.C. or
vicinity and return for Christmas
holidays. Share expenses. Phone
2-1907. Ask for Jack. )36
TRANSPORTATION
RIDE to Harrisburg, Pa., Christmas.
student and wife. Share expenses,
driving. Roy Smith, 579 Harris Road,
Ypsilanti. Telephone Ypsi 9225. )53
RIDE WANTED from Ann Arbor to
Indianapolis or any place between-
Chicago, Fort Wayne, South Bend.
Will share driving and expenses. Must
leave Friday. Nov. 14 after 6 p.m. or
early Saturday morning. Call Dick:
2-2610. )46
WANTED: Ride to N.Y.C. Wednesday.
Nov. 26. Return if possible. Call
Steve, 8612. )87
HELP WANTED
MALE: The University of Michigan
has an opening in its Lake Angelus
Observatory (near Pontiac, Michi-
gan) for a young man interested in
astronomy. Necessary qualifications
include a fairly comprehensive know-
ledge of mathematics and physics.
Some knowledge of photography
would also be beneficial. Letter of
application should include outline
of educational background and ex-
perience to date and should be sent
to the Personnel Office, Room 208,
University Hall. )84

LOST AND FOUND

LOST: Tan topcoat around Oct. 1 -
label: B. Grisham, Ardmore, Okla.
Reward. Phone 2-3349. )25
LOST--Black Billfold. Reward. Burton
Hendricks, 324 S. 4th Ave. Phone
2-2905. )75
LOST-White gold engraved Bulova
watch, Nov. 8. Call Room 517, Mosher
Hall. ) 89
LOST-A Cortibert wrist watch, dome
crystal, gold case, cord band in Bar-
bour Gym. Thursday afternoon.
)106
PLEASE PLEASE return ZBT fraternity
pin with initials CMJ to Naomi Levin,j
4534 Stockwell. )90
WILL PERSON who mistook grey top-
coat for his, Wednesday, November
12 at 10 a.m. outside 430 Chem.
please contact me? I'm cold. Roy
Block, 409 Chicago House. 2-4401. )38
WANTED TO TRADE
WILL TRADE unfurnished 5-room
apartment near University of Chi-
cago for same or similar in Ann
Arbor. Write Box 31. )105
BUSINESS SERVICES
MEN'S USED CLOTHING bought and
sold. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. )50
DRESSMAKING, alterations. Vogue
patterns a specialty. Call Mrs. Ring-
enin for appointment, 2-2604. )10I
WANTED: Sewing, dress making and
alterations. Miss Livingston, 315 S.
Division. 2 rings. )82
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.

AVC will bring the "Hootenan-
ny" to town again at 8:30 p.m.
Friday in Rackham Amphitheatre.
The new edition of folk songs,
American ballads and blues will
feature Bernie Asb el, Betty Sand-
ers, Bill Brocnzy and Win Stracke
in a revival of their performance
of last February.
The audience will have a greater
opportunity to sing along with the
performers this time, AVC an-
nounced, for the words to many
of the songs will appear in a pro-
grain to be distributed at the
"Hootenanny."
Tickets will be available Wed-
nesday through Friday at the
League and the Union. There will
be no ticket sale at the door.
Asbel, singer, mandolin player
and song writer has been serving
as midwest organizer for People's
Songs.
His job was to sing his songs,
to interest other writers and
singers in people's music, and to
encourage leaders of unions and
progressive organizations to use
the songs.
Asbel recently became riled at a
New York newspaper advertise-
ment which announced that he
was to sing "songs to while away
the time."
"People who want to while away
the time want another kind of
song," he said. "I believe in songs
that tell people to grab time by
the horns and make the most of
it."
We print 'em all
No Job too large or small
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

Continuous
Daily
from 1 P.M.

caa.rrr voa#nF Tikes AV
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STARTING TODAY

Weekdays
35c to 5 P.M.

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. SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
338 Maynard Street

Coming! "SONG OF THE THIN MAN"

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STEADY EMPLOYMENT: The tele- Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
phone company extends you a cordial
invitation to investigate the oppor- BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
tunities offered in telephone operat- personnel, we can now offer prompt
ing for women. We will train you at service on your alterations. Tailoring,
a regular starting wage followed by dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
frequent increases. Apply 321 E. cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop.
Washington St. )77 2-4669. )30
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Now Playing .. .
TOM McNALL
with JACKIE WARD

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Can PrejudiceBe
Stamped Out in the U.S.A.?
HEAR
Professor Clyde R. Miller
y, of Columbia University
Author of the
-"Springfield Plan"
w speaking on
EVALUATIONOF METHODS
OF PREVENTING PREJUDICE"

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COKE DANCE,
at the UNION

Tuesday, November 18

8:00 P.M.

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