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THIE MICHmAIN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940

Loses 7 to 3; Reds Beat Dodgers

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'Eskimos'l

By JUNE McKEE
The Federal Communications Com-
mission has finally issued the eagerly
awaited "Standards of Good Engin-
eering Practice" governing high fre-
quency (FM) broadcast stations. It
will soon send out application forms
for broadcasting on frequency modu-
lated bands.
Since the University of Michigan
is authorized by the FCC to apply
for FM license-one of the first uni-
versities so sanctioned-it is merely
a matter of time until the U. of M.
has a transmitter on the new educa-
tional frequency band, empowered
with 42 to 43 megacycles.
In the "Standards" published,
specifications are made regarding
the improvement necessary in studio
equipment for qualification in FM air
work, the allocation standards, ob-
jectional interference, transmitter
location, determination and main-
tenance of operating power, FM sta-
tions' proof of performance, indicat-
ing instruments, and field intensity
measurements.
In the meantime, the Michigan
University takes the air five days
weekly on the summer schedule,
through courtesy of stations WJR
in Detroit and WCAR in Pontiac.
This week, Pontiac listeners heard
"The Mills of the Gods" performed
on Tuesday, under direction of the
author, Prof. Michael Kinsella. Har-
old Mikle, Grad., announced the
broadcast, and Bill Gram, Mary El-
len Wheeler, May Kujanpaa, George
Batka, William Blackler, Al Johnson,
Edith Driver, Margaret Fairchild,
Joe Gouge, Charles Hill, Jean Ruth,
Burnette Staebler, John Walsh, Don
Dloedon, and Cecile Chubb, cared
for the characterizations.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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Senior Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
terial, $2.600, open indefinitely.
AJsuiatr Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
terial, $2,000, open indefinitely.
Assistant Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
terial, open indefinitely.
Junior Inspector, Ordance Mater-
ial, $1,620, open indefinitely.
Alphabetic Card-Punch Operator,
$1,260, Aug. 7, 1940.
Under Card-Punch Operator, $1,-
260, Aug. 7, 1940.
Complete announcements on file
at the University Bueau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information.
Office hours 9-12 and 2-4, 201 Ma-
son Hall.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information

Intramural Softball
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Team W L
Tigers ............,2 0
Trojans...........2 0
Wolverines.........1 1
Blitzers........... 1 1
Ten OldMen-......1 1
Eskimos.......... 1 1
Legal Eagles.......0 2
Faculty ...........0 2
Yesterday's Results
Wolverines 11, Blitzers 7
Trojans 4, Eskimos 3
Tigers 7, Faculty 3

POT
1.000
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Artistic Lithographer, $1,800, Aug.r
5, 1940.
Negative Cutter, $1,800, Aug. 5, 1940
Assistant Artistic Lithographer,
$1,620, Aug. 5, 1940._
Junior Copper Plate Map Engrav-
er, $1,440, Aug. 5, 1940.
Junior Artistic Lithographer, $1,-
440, Aug. 5, 1940.
'Apprentice Copper Plate Map En-
graver, $1,260, Aug. 5, 1940.
Apprentice Artistic Lithographer,
$1,260, Aug. 5, 1940.
Senior Engineer, $4,600, Aug. 5,
1940.
Engineer, $3,800, Aug. 5, 1940.
Associate Engineer, $3,200, Aug. 5,
1940.
Assitant Engineer, $2,600, Aug. 5,
1940.
Senior Inspector, Boat Construc-
tion (Wood hulls), $2,600, Aug. 5,
1940.
Inspector, Boat Construction (Wood
hulls), $2,600, Aug. 5, 1940.
Principal Psychophysiologist, $5,-
600, Aug. 5, 1940.
Senior Psychophysiologist, $4,600,
Aug. 5, 1940.
Psychophysiologist, $3,800, Aug. 5,
1940.
Associate Psychophysiologist, $3,-
200, Aug. 5, 1940.
Assistant Psychophysiologist, $2,-
600, Aug. 5, 1940.,
Inspector, Ordnance Material, $2,-
300, open indefinitely.
THREATENS ALBANY BUILDINGS
ALBANY, N. Y., July 11.-WP))-
An anonymous threat to bomb New
York's capitol closed the massive
building to all but accredited per-
sons tonight.

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HANDY SERVICE
DIRECTORY

LAUNDERING--9
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price.
LAUNDRY - Students' laundry.
Shirts 12c. Phone 4863 for other
prices. Cash and carry. Mrs. Rich-
ards.

TYPING-18

TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 34

Eleven Ann Arbor Boys Qualify
For Amateur Golf Tournament

THE UNION POOL
(Steam Bath adjoins the Locker Room)

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SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
Shirts ......................14
U~ndershirts ................ .04
Shorts..............04
Pajama Suits ................10
Socks, pair.... ........ _.... .03
Handkerchiefs ......... ......02
Bath Towels...........03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
specialty. 14

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ITUATIONS WANTED --2
UDENT desires part-time, full-
ime or odd employment-tempor-
ary or permanent. References.
John, 3367.

FOR RENT
APARTMENT with private bath a
shower. Also lovely room with
joining lavatory. Shower ba
Continuous hot water. Phone 85
422 E. Washington.

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SHOE SALE ofF
Men's and Women's
Summer Footwear
FOR MEN-
Our regular $7.50 to $10.00 values in all-
white, brown-and-white, and a few black-

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SUMMER CLOSING
AND MODE-RNIZATION
PARDON ALL THE NOISE, but.. .
This is the finest sale we've had in 14 years. Never before
have you been able to buy so much quality, style and
value, in such complete selections.
HERE'S IMPORTANT NEWS!
Many of our regular sources of supplies, hearing of our mod-
ernizalion sale, have besieged us with telegrams offering us
unheard of price reductions. They were so tempting we
couldn't refuse . . . so we bought 400 more and
THESE SAVINGS GO TO YOU

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Selections Are Great

The Savings Tremendous

COTTONS
Of Every Description
3.70

$4.85 to $6.85

2.70

4.70

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WOMEN-
in some styles of Arnold

SILKS

$4.85 to $8.85

SHEERS
6-.70

NETS JERSEYS
70

CREPES

ETC.

11.70

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