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TIL MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,,

Loeal ,Cost of Livitig o
By JAKE HURWITZ M~anagers or' two rtaurants
Daily Special Writer
t'he high cost of living is going reportedd titphey adT been
stay that way for the time be- selling sty cheaply iinltil nlo
that 1the drops in whoEle ale
At least the not-so-lush days of prices wezre only nw enabling
e1930's % hen a student could them to show ai profit. Apother
pe sumptuously on a dollar or added tha+t the decline,. were
s are a long way off. The high- negligible".
-publicized price slump through-
tthe nation is likely to afford Repov.ts roI'lo gie ad Upilon
le relief to the average Michi- officials indiat tat tliy have
ni student who eats his meals been able to reduce the prices on
t. some items of food. 11t Frank-
li* * n C. Kuenzel,mage of the
ACCORDING to the managers Union admnitted ttli :this wasi true
several students eating places,j only in the case o crmcx-
fluding the League and Union,1 pensive cute of 7t ji.

ONE FACTOR epigu
ion price:; is Lfact~i that the1
ion did not riseprices last
when costs hit c!razy pea)ks,

Uni-
Un -
f all
and

emain If
Price hikes w,,ould have been justi-
fied, Kuelizel0 said.
.oth he and Mrs. E. AT.
Wheeler. manager of the
League attributed continued
high prices to large packing
houses that are selling inven-
tcries acquired previous to price
breaks, on the livestock mar-
kets.
As for the prices of other food
items, such as canned vegetables,
Kuenzel said there is little to be
alone about them until next fall.
MRS. WhEt<'ELER also pointed
out tat 1, hourly cost of labor
had i wt c han ged one cent of late,
but, she ladded that the Leagiue is
following a policy of careful
watching to lower prices where
possible.
j Answering of -repeai ed
charges that the cafeteria alone
su~pports non - aying activities
(if the Union, Kueuzei callers
thetn ridiculous, lie ,,aid that
the costs of supplying free serv-
ices were pro-rated to the vari-
ous prof it-niaking units of' the
Union, with the largest share
falling to the hotel facilities,
Kuenzel asserted that, studcent
fees do not pay for the free serv -
ices, simply because students have
paid no Union fees in their tui-
tion since 1933.
It is true that; t1)e 1)11 il rcecives
an appropriat iou from- the UniL-
versity in lieu of fell-. 1bmt the mia
jor portion of this allocation g~rs
into a. University- ea??rmarked
building fund, liv said.
There are no stockholder ; who
profit from the activities of the
Union, the only benefactors are
the students thenmselves. Kuen'zet l
declared.

WHARE 401 WHElREti1''
Pic *k-Up, Give-Back Service
Plays Nursemaid to 20,000

By DON KOTITE,
If you have a mania for losing
things, chalk it up to experience
-20,080 others are in the same
boat, according to the campus
Lost and Found department.
N ow operating in the new Ad-
ministrationl building, the unique
}pick-up, give-back service has
I played nursemaid to harassed stu-
dents since its founding ear'ly in
A iDAILY AVERAGE of ' iore
than 50 students file through sec-
ond floor portals seeking lost items
or turning in motley objects, ac-
cor'ding to Mrs. Earl Stibitz, Lost
and Found director.
"Usually. they presen us with
gloves and mittens of all de-

scriptions, mostly single ones,"
she told The Daily, exhibiting
a prodigious carton replete with
wool, suede and pigskins. t
Approximately ten wedding
rings have found their way into
the department during the course
of the year. But these and similar
cherished items are claimed al-.
most immediately, Mrs. Stibitz re-
ported.
TOPPING the "extraordinary"
list is a pair of perfectly bite-
worthy false teeth which has been
gathering dust since late last
summer. "Undoubtedly the loser
bought a new set of choppers at
once, or else we have a strict veg-
etarian running around loose,"
Mrs. Stibitz quipped.

A biin
NIMS and MILLER

RECALLL ED -- The Commnist
government of Hungary de-
manded that the United States
recall American Minister Seldin
Chapin front Budapest.

To1, Hold Ren-iion
A reunion for all local alumini of
Oberlin College will Ix- held at,
6:15 p.m. Tuesday hi the First
Congregational Churmh.
C. Robert Keesey, alumni-sec-
retary of the college will be the
speaker. - Officers for the local
alumni organization will be elect-
ed.

Read aid IUse Daily
Classi fiedAdis
J-HOP PICTURES
NOW ON DISPLAY
at
STATE DRUG CO.
State and Packard

Dl'AwIY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,

)t

From
10 A. tv4 a 0d
Daily (ej /} ,
f
- V

Publication in The Daily Official
Buletin is constructive notice toal
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritteni form t~o the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on.. dcay
preceding publication (11:00 a. m. Sat-.
urda3 5).
TUJE8JAV. lFEBRUJARiY 14" i'ni
VOL. TIX, No. 9t
Assemblyai, School olf orestry
a tiff onservati'on : 11.11 'Ifl Tie's..

Feb. 15, in Rackham Amphithea-
tre. Col. W. B. Greeley will speak
on "Private Forestry." All students
from the School of Forestry with-
out forestry conflicts are expect-
ed to attend and others interested
aire inlvited.
11a(Yitil;N, College of Eiagiuecriug
Meeting;- 4:15 pim., Fri., Feb. 18
348 W. Eingineering Bld(g.
1May Festival Sean Tickets are
ona sale over the counter at the
offices of the University Musical

_

9"

ALL THIS WELK
1:00 -3:30 6:00
1 -21 4:0)6:30

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8.-50
9:20

11 1

_EAD Tilt CLASSIFIEIS

Society. About the first of April.
if any season tickets remain un-
sold, they wil be broken up and
sold for indlividlual concerts.
Sttudent hielp needed during this
week and next for construction of
scenery for the German play.
Anyone inter~ested please call Mr.
Reed (ext. 689) or Bill Allison
(ext. 2541).
British Smuiner Schools:
All students who might. be inter-
eited to attend one of this year's
Suuuer Schools in British U~i-
versit ies designed for American
and other overseas students may
obta in information concerning
them from the following:
Professor Laing, Political Sci-
ence; Professor Willcox, History:
Professor Miner, Sociology: the
secretary of t he Eniglish Depart-
muent; and the secretary of the
Economics Department. Since ap-
plications must be in by March 1,
consultation should be sought
promnptly,
Exchange and/or guest dinnuers:
Social chairmen for residence
groups; without resident house di-
rectors are reminded that ex-
change dinners or guest dinners
must be announced to the Office
of Student Affairs at least one day
in a dvance of the scheduled date.
Exchange and/or guest dinners
will be authorized between the
hours 5:30-8 p.m. for week day
dinners and between l and' 3 p.m.
for Sunday dinners.
Driving Permits: Students are
reminded that thieir University
driving permits are rendered in-
valid by their failure to Ireport
(Continued on PRage 4)

Personals?

CAFETERIA
Our Idaily Spje4
211 South State

OCOFFEE SHOP
vial Saves You Monmey
North of Liberty

salesr lUousillu?

Ctlarssitfkds solve your praobleias

I/teal itrpt C4e ter
AI LY SPECIALS . -
Lunch 11 to 1:.30,.,. Dinner 5 to 7:00
Sunday 12 to 2:30 and 5 to07:00
Thru the Arcade - 338 Maynard Street
The LANTERN GARDEN
Near Michigan, TheatIre
Delicious Meals at Reasonable Prices
ChEinese and American Cuisine
Closed on, Mondays
PHONE 6380 FOR ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
Metzger's Restaurant
Where Good Food Insures
Your Health and Our Success
Domestic Beers and Wines
203 Ei. Washington Phone 9126
THE FARM CUPBOARD
Specializing in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
Ppen Daily 11 A.M. to 9 P.M,, Except Monday
5400 Plymouth Rd. (on the way to Detroit); Phone 9387

PERSONAL
i31riPT 'N SHORE tailored blouses as
advertised in Life. Many new colors,
stripes and plaids from which -to
choo4(e. ianforized 33 to 38 $2.58.
Randall's Specialty Shaop. 306 &.
State. lop
MEN-We are offering foria limited
time only a genuine Michigan coed
for your very own. We'll send her
C.O.D. under plain wrapper. Limited
supply. Write today.
LOST AND FOUND
LOSJ.'-- Ladles w atch. with diamond and
ruby setting Friday night near Hill
Auditorium. Reward Call Roz 9323.
LOST1: Green Schaeffer life-'time pen".
Between Jlordan Hall and Watermnan
.Reward, ('all Rmn. 263 Jordan Hall.
FOUND: Woman's Shaeffer pern. last
Friday. Ph. Jim, 24401, 107 Allen
Rumsey, ) 23L
SWITCHED--Bie lipenelertop.'
coats. At Paul's Lunch Sunday Eve.
Have yours with 86c ini the pocket,
Ed Sprague. 2-6671. )25L
LOST- Man's gold wrist watch, leather
strap. Wednesday, between East En-
gineering Bldg. and 1000 Hill St. Re-
ward. Call Arthur Schupp, 2-6173,
Monday morning or after. )22L
LOST - Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity
pin. Initialed WWT. Please call Bill
Traylor at 2-9874. )151.,
FOUND .-- Lady's Hampden watch in
Chester Roberts (lift Shop near thle
Valentines. Ph. Ronnie 2-0646. )1511
SWITCHED -, M~y light tan double
breasted overcoat-, which :fit for a
single breasted coat of the same ('0101
on rite of February 10 on third floor
of the U~nion. 'Tobacco pouch tin
pocket of my coat. Call Burt Shif-'
man, 2-8809 any time. )17L
LOST-Monday evening ins or near field
house, one pair brown horn -rimmed
glasses. Call Lofgren, 24-481. )1i8L
LOST - Brown rimmed glasses in
brown case. Call Nan Taylor, 2-2521.
21 L

ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD, $14 per week, four
blocks front campus. Call 2-7298. )2X
ROOM FOR MALE' student.? z of
double,, 3 blocks from campus $6 pe:
week. Call 2-8309. )2211'
- HELP WANTED
c'Ati-IER WANT ED) Full-ntimar e nd
part-'tirny('. 45 hour week~. txcetllent
opportunity for girls with grocery
or office co perience. Apply in per-'
son. Packer's Super Market, 320 East
Huron. )6H1
LAW. STUDENT CARTOONIST WANT-
ED to draw cartoons on the gen-
eral fields of Torts, Contracts, Crimes,
Conflicts, e'tc. Submit samiple car-
ton on one of these fields. Box 175.
Michigan Daily. )511
CARRIERS for The Michigan Daily at
Willow Run..Village. Contact Mr.
May, 1209 Springfield Ct., Willow Vil-
lage.) 514
FOR SALE
BABY Parakeets and Canaries. Bird
supplies and cages. Moderate prices,
562 S. Seventh. Phone 5330. )
I SET " Archie Compston" golf clumbs
(hickory shaft): 1 pair hockey skates.
size 9; 1 pair regular skates size 10.
Ph. 20817. )25
":EACH TO BARTOK" 60 albums rec-
ord library for sale. Phone 2-0542.
Mrs. Campbell. )24
'r'YPEWRITER: Underwood Standard;
Old but in good, workable condition.
$25. phone 3-1511, Exst. 2519. )23
FOR ".INFORMAL" RUSHING PARTIES
soft 13RAEMAR Cashmecre sweaterm,
mlake you look your best.
COUSINS ON STATE STRElEr
REFRESH YOUR. winter suits with
crisp spring blouses. Every I magirable
styleI. All sizes, $3.95 to 9;14.95. )2
FOR SALE--Brown overcoat, eception-'
al value, size 37i, roomy. Also tuxedo
and extra trousiers, size 37. Reason-
ably priced. Call 3250 evening:
around 6:00.)2

ROOMS FOR RENT
WEEK END ROOMS available in pri-
vate homes. Call Student Room f3ti-
reau, 2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-7:00. )1.R
ONE THIRD of excellent suite, 2 blocks
from Bus. Ad. School. Ph. 2-3061 after
7 p.m. )24R
SINGLE ROOM for rent. Also half of
double for male student. Cloue in.
Box 176, Mich. Daily.
FOR MEN- Near campus. Linen arid
maid service. $24 month. 802 Oakland.
Ph. House Manager, 4183. )21R
VACANCY for male students. On cam-
pus, 811 East Ann, Ph. 2-2052. )4R
SEE J-'HOP PHOTOS displayed i Par-
rot. Also Winter Carnival shots. )7P
BUSINESS SERVICES
LAUNDRY -- Washing and or Ironing.
Done iu nmy home. Free pickup and
delivery. Phone 29020. )2B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Prices Reasonable 22020
) 3B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
ations. Prompt service on all altera-
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E.
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B
RENTAL TYPEWRITERS
Reasonable Rates
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. University 2-9409
______)1lS
SEASONED WOOD
Fireplace or furnace, phone 4575, ) 12B
FEBRUARY SPECIAL! Portable Type-.
writer Service. We will install a new
ribbon, oil your machine, and clean
the type, all for $2. 24-hr service.
Thrasher and Co., 114-116 E. Wash-
ington, Ph. 2-6503. )7Bl

Read and Use Daily
Classified Ads

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February 24..$;0.M

DANCE
MUSIH
CHUCK DOWNER and his Orchestra
Ph. 25-0031 }2P

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -- .'I'atiicab I
and license for sale. Call 2-3426.- )18I

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ri - 4 ...
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K,,

M4.A ngus1
isSatisfied!
He Bought His New Kilts
Tr~liough 'a Classified

You ~zo mo11wil i dHIGH IRESUTLTS

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