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Saturday, February 11, J939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Girls, Your
Names In Print
(Continued from Page 2)

Dorothy Court, Baltimore, Md.; Betty
Read, Myrtle Lundgren, Esther Couni-
han; Loraine Kreutz, Milwaukee, Wis.;
Lou Ann Perry, Virginia Hoelzel, Cora
Hackett, Ellen Soucie, Elsa Feingold,
Poly O'Clesheimer, Betty Hamburger.
Chi Phi House1
Tommie McLaughlin, '40; Angie Rok-
nich, '40; Ann Smith, Bloomfield Hills;1
Lee Hardy, 41; Mary Francis Walter,'
Tulsa, Okla.; Kathryn Vaughn, '40; Em-l
ily Sanderson, '41; Jean Hastie, '40; Ma-l
rion Stern 39; Jean Donaldson, '41;
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite for two, also two
single rooms. Business men preferred.
Cooking privileges. Garage. Reason-
able prices. Call 2-2352. 391
FOR RENT-Roommate large double
room, running water, tseam heat,
close to campus, $3 per week. 314 E.
Liberty. 389
FOR RENT--One single, one double.
Clean, comfortable front rooms. Nice
location. 1206 Cambridge Court. 302
FOR RENT-Double, single. Clean and
comfortable. Private lavatories for
each room. 1109 Willard. 383
FOR RENT-Newly decorated double
room. Also single room with adjoin-
ing lavatory. Steam heat, shower
bath. Phone 8544. 422 E. Washington.
381
FOR RENT-Double rooms, work for
board as waiters. Yellow & Blue Cafe.
314%/2 State St. Phone 2-3422. 386
FOR RENT-Wanted roommate for
large double room, preferably an
architectural student. 1027 E. Univer-
sity. Phone 6232.
WANTED
WANTED-Man who can call for OLD
TIME DANCING. Address Michigan
Daily. 384
WANTED-Clothing wanted to buy.
Suits, overcoats, typewriters, watches.
Sam pays the most. Phone 6304 for
appointment. 388
LAUNDRIES
SILVER LAUNDRY
907 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
Shirts..................... .14
Undershirts...................04
Shorts.:.:...................04
Pajama Suits...............10
Socks, pair ................. .03
Handkerchiefs...............02
Bath Towels ............... .03
All Work Guaranteed
4lso special prices on Coeds laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
specialty.
MISCELLANEOUS

Dorothy Zindler, '39; Leona Noffs, Port
Huron; Suzy Pollard, Hamilton, Ont.
Betty Arnold, Detroit; Joan Butter-
field, Detroit; Ruthmary Smith, '42;
Jean Peddie, Detroit; Doris Effler, To-
ledo; Betty Shick, '41; Beulah Downs,
'39; Mary Mooney, '39; Jeanne Davis,
'41; Peggy Reid, '41; Freddie Haskell,
'41; Mary Martin, Grosse Pointe; Dor-
othy Primeau, '41; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Andreae, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Owen
R. Baker, Detroit; Polly Donnelly, '40;
Louise Ebert, '41.
Delta Tau Delta
Francis Goode, Cleveland; Judy Fin-
layson, '41; Lois Land, Royal Oak; Dor-
othy Merki, '42; Muriel De Camp, Day-
ton; Lucie Black, Royal Oak; Jane
Mougey, '39; Mary Jane Newcomer,
Monroe; Doris Merker, '41; Suzanne
Cook, Great Neck, N.Y.; Marianne
Hurd, Grand Rapids; Barbara Foote, '42.
Genie Adams, Columbus; Peggy Ge-
zon, '40; Joan Spelerberg, Royal Oak;
Kay Dye, Detroit; Marian Brock, Lex-
ington; Marilyn Johnson, Royal Oak;

Margaret Huff, Dover, Ohio; Dora
Hughes, '42; Margaret Lorenz, '39.
Delta Upsilon
Barbara Rogers, '41, Pontiac; Bar-
bara Grove, '42, Ann Arbor; Jane Grove,
'41; Mary Bidwell, Scarsdale, N.Y.;
Frances Gilray, River Forest, Ill.; Vir-
ginia Keilheltz, '41; Agnes Crow, '42.
Eileen Hayward, Grosse Pointe; Mar-
garet Whittemore, '41; Jane Krause, '41;
Vieki Gellatly, '42; Dorothy Boyer, '40;
Nancy Jennings, Grosse Pointe; Dor-
othy Evans, Grafton, Pa.; Betty White-
ly, '42; Virginia Erickson, Toledo.
Uatricia Nicolls, Kalamazoo; Mari-
anne Holaday, '42; Evangeline Prestel,
Detroit; Jane Herrick, '40; Houston
Trippe, Dallas, Texas; Doorthy Thomp-
son, Highland Park; Eleanor Annatel,
Bloomfield Hills; Barbara Kellog, '42;
Frances Baker, New Rochelle, N.Y.; Jo-
an Lebou, Detroit.
Forestor's Booth
Mildred Yoxall, Detroit; Jean Mc-
Cutchen, Bradford, Pa.; Virginia Hoel-

zle, Grosse Pointe; Cora Hackett, De-
troit; Mary Knoblauch, Grand Rapids;
Ruth Lepisto, Wakefield; Betty Reed,
Ann Arbor; Alice Skelton, Peru, Ill.;
Virginia List, Bloomfield Hills.
Loraine Kreuz, Menominee; Jean
Farrell, Ann Arbor; Louann Perry,
Shaker Heights, Ohio; Dorothy Cort,
Baltimore, Md.; Mary Schweickhard,
Snyder, N.J.; Ruth Howard, Ann Arbor;
Annette Chapin, Traverse City; Myrtle
Lundgren, Youngston, Ohio; Esther
Cunahan, Youngstown, Ohio.
Hermitoge
Kathryn Crowell, Walden, N.Y.; Ruth
Mast, Bay City; Eleanor Miller, Vassar,
Mich.; Mary Virginia Bush. '40; Helen
Sockbridge, '40.
Heisler, Alliance, Ohio; Janet Dickinson,
Eleanor Clarke, Muncie, Ind.; Jean
son. Capac, Mich.; Sally Chapin, '42.
'41; Evelyn Pugh, Grad.; Connie Wat-
Kappa Delta Rho
Elsie Wikle, '42; Gertrude Schaening,
Detroit; Bottle Howard, '39; Dorothy
(Continueed en Page 4)

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.February fin-

picktin'
SPRING TOGS
at Jacobson's

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A ll the new clothes you've been
yearning for . . . "Little" suits with
figure-hugging jackets, flare skirts!
"Story-book" dresses with tiny
waistlines, basque bodices, collars
and cuffs! Straight, boxy spring
coats! Luscious, pastel, wool dresses
and pastel sweaters and skirts to
match or mix! New accessory pick-
me-ups-pastel bags, gloves, scarfs,
flowers, crisp, white neckwear and
hose in new tones! All at easy-on-
the-budget prices!

ANTIQUE SHOP moved to 215 North
Fourth Ave. i/2 block from court house.
Special sales on every item. 387
LUCILE, formerly of Amelia's Beauty
Shop now at the Raggety Ann Beauty
Shop, 1114 S. University. Telephone
7567 for appointments. 385
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Driveway
gravel,'washed pebbles. Killins Gravel
Company, Phone 7112. 17

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