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MONDAY, JUNE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORYj
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Attractive rooms and
suite or apartment for light house-
keeping. Quiet home. 928 Oakland.
Phone 5740. 8
FOR RENT-2010 Washtenaw Ave
(2nd floor) for Summer School (or
entire year) Moderately priced,
furnished room (single), separate'
entrance, private bath. Garage
available. For appointment tele-
phone 3100 (afternoon or evening).
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FOR RENT-Single rooms, $1.50 to
$2.00 week. Between Monroe and
Hill off State St. at 617 Whaley
Ct. Ph. 6971.
RENT A RADIO
For Summer School
Very Reasonable. Fine Sets.
Also Portables by the day.
Stofflets 523 Liberty
6

Enrico Fermi
To Speak Here
Nobel Prize Winner Is
Physics Lecturer
Prof. Enrico Fermi, a Nobel Prize
winner in physic8, will be the featured
speaker at the summer symposium of
theoretical physics.
Professor Fermi received the Nobel
prize last year for outstanding work
done in investigating properties and
effects of neutrons. Generally re-
garded as the outstanding Italian
physicist of his day, he has been a
member of the Academia d'Italia
since its creation in 1929.
Formerly on the faculty of the
University of Rome, Professor Fermi
is now connected with Columbia Uni-
versity. He first came to this country
in 1930 to lecture at the summer sym-
posium here. He has since been guest
lecturer here in the summers of
1933, 1935 and 1937. He will give
lectures this year on cosmic rays and
on physics of high energy particles.
Other physicists scheduled to speak
at the symposium will come here
from England, Canada and the
United States, includng Prof. E. J.
Williams of the University of Wales
will discuss the theory of collision
and the scattering of fast electrons
and cosmic ray particles.

Music School's
FullProgram
Carillon, Band, Orchestra.
Will Be Featrred
A varied program of musical en-
tertainment will be offered during
the summer under the auspices of.
the School of Music, including con-
certs by the summer orchestra, band
and chorus, the faculty, the carillon
and numerous graduation recitals.
The regular series of faculty con-
certs will be given at 8:30 p.m. every
Tuesday in Hill Auditorium from
July 11 through Aug. 8. These con-
certs, given by the faculty of the
School of Music, are open to the pub-
lic with no charge.
The Baird Carillon will be played
for a few minutes each noon during
the summer, and carillon concerts
will be presented at 7:30 p.m. every
Thursday and 4:15 p.m. every Sun-
day. Guest carillonneur for the
Summer Session is Mr. Sydney F.
Giles of Toronto, Ont.
A special feature of the Summer
Session is the High School Band
Clinic, which is to be held July 10 to
20. This Clinic, the fourth annual,
provides intensive band study for
boys and girls over a three-week
period.

Da

tvis To Discuss Wolverine, Student
Education Trends Cooperative, Holds
1 on.t rn, .e Tdn~a

.Beginning a series of afternoon
conferences on "State and National
Trends in Education," Prof. Calvin.
0. Davis of the School of Educa-
tion will speak at 4:05 p.m. tomorrow
in the University High School Au-
ditorium on the "Backgrounds of
the American School System."
This series, consisting of lectures
every Monday through Thursday
during the summer, although listed
in the Summer Session catalogue as
a class, may be attended by any stu-
dents interested. Those electing the
course for credit are required to do
supplementary work. The series is
under the direction of Professor
Davis.
Other lectures of the series within
the next week are "American Edu-
cation-Nationalistic or Democrat-
ic" by Prof. Elmer H. Wilds of Wes-
tern State Teachers College, Wed-
nesday; and "The New Day and the
New Education" by James E. Rogers,
director of the physical education
service of the National Association,
;the following Monday.

V jI' FU El' f LftY .7,G A gA/J
Open house will be held by the
Michigan Wolverine, student cooper-
ative, at 8 p.m. today in its quarters
at 209 S. State Street.
Dancing will take place on the
Wolverine's raised dance floor, and
refreshments will be served. There
will be no charge for admission. One
need not be a Wolverine member to
attend.
The Wolverine is a cooperative en-
terprise started seven years ago by a
group of students and has been man-
aged by students ever since. Serving
meals as near to cost as possible, the
Wolverine served more than 600 at
each meal last year. This year, with
a reconditioned kitchen, the Wol-
verine is equipped to handle a larger
number.
Membership fee . for the summer
weeks is $1, for which the student
is privileged to obtain his meals at
the low rates and also 20 per cent
reductions on laundry and cleaning
and pressing services. Sundries may
be obtained at the Wolverine Lobby
Store at reduced prices.

Townsendites Split;
Revolters Organize
INDIANAPOLIS, June 25. --(P)--
While followers of Dr. Francis E.
Townsend, prophet of pensioned pros-
perity, rallied in a mammoth "reun-
ion" at the Indiana Fairgrounds this
afternoon to conclude their fourth
national convention, revolters against
the Townsend leadership laid plans
in a downtown hotel for an "inde-
pendent" organization.
From a shaded platform, the 72-
year-old California physician ekhort-
ed his adherents, packed in the race-
track grandstand, to "go home and
work for a Townsend Congress in
1940."
"Prospects of capturing Congress
next year are very bright," he said.
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frequent colds, and food idiosync
sies. It is also recommended for
in whose family any of the ab+
symptoms have existed.
Those wishing the tests may
the Health Service (2-3248) for
pointments.
B. Jimenez, M.I
Registration: I would like to see
the students who' wish to regi
with the Bureau of Appointme
and Occupational Information; f
all those who have registered x
viously and are back this sump
Rackham Building Auditori
Thursday evening, July 6, at 7.
T. Luther Purdom, Directo

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to work for two' meals a day-six
days a week. Phone 6282. 7
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Local Woman Is Elected
GRAND RAPIDS, June 25. -(I)-
Mrs. Evelyn Volland of Ann Arbor
was elected president of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars at the closing session of the
20th annual encampment here Sun-

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