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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 10, 1940

Celebrities Are Patrons Classified Direetory
FOR RENT FOR RENT-Newly-decorated suite,
M De ey Mrs. Carl Badgley, Prof. and Mrs. Concluding the list were Mrs. Wool- well lighted, two single rooms on
f p y ey Roger Bailey, Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof. sey Hunt, Mrs. Alfred O. Lee, Mrs. FOR RENT-Two single rooms and second floor. Large single on 3rd.
and Mrs. J. H. Cannon, Prof. and Laura D. Niles, Mrs. Dane W. Popple- a suite. Well lighted and heated. Phone 9557.
V anden erg Mrs. S. A. Goudsmit, Prof. and ton, Mrs. Martha L. Ray, Mrs. Phillip Phone 3070. 923 S. State. FOR RENT-Double room, seven
Mrs. R. Humphries and Dr. and McH. Wygant, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. FOR RENT-Two double rooms and windows, steam heat. Close to
H ead Big L ist Mrs. A. C. Kerlikowske. Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown, one-half of a double room. $2.50 2-4Building. 402 Benjamin. Phone
More patrons were as follows: Prof. Mr. Melton E. Cornelius, Mr. and to $3.00. Phone 5491.
and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Prof. and Mrs. C. A. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. W. FOR RENT-Suite for two, separate
University Officials Mingle Mrs. David Mattern, Prof. and Mrs. P. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Norman FOR RENT-Large front double bedroom and shower. Also, a
With Nationally Prominent E. D. Mitchell, Prof. and Mrs. W. C. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ohnson, room and a single loom. Near I-M single room. Pleasant, near cam-
Olsen, Prof. and Mrs. Preston Slosson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kramer, Mr. F. Building. Phone 5243. pus. Phone 6118.
Alumni In Patrons Booths Prof. and Mrs. C. D. Thorpe, Prof. A. LaBelle and Miss V. E. LaBelle,
and Mrs. H. O. Whittemore, Prof. Mr. and Mrs. George Ruehle, Mrs. FOR RENT-One suite for three; FOR RENT-Single room, second
Acting as official advisers to the and Mrs. A. E. Wood, Prof. and G. F. Sibley, Mrs. Geraldine Tobey, one and a half of doubles. 415 E. floor. Warm, innerspring mattress.
new Jayhopmanians and taking their Mrs. W. P. Wood, Prof. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wirtchafter. Wllism. Phone 4494. $3 per week. 720 Arbor St. Phone
place in the new society as the elders F. H. Yost, Prof. and Mrs. L. J. --_8178.
of the group, were many people prom- Young, Prof. and Mrs. Dow V. Bax-Ff
inent in affairs of the other world. ter, Prof. and Mrs. R. D. Hollister FOR RENT-Rooms for men close in.
Reading the list, sometimes referred and Prof. and Mrs. K. H. Kenyon. ngles45n6d doubles. 914 Hill St.
to as the patrons list, were the Hon. The list continued with Prof. and one .
Frank Murphy, Senator and Mrs. Mrs. W. D. Revelli, Prof. and Mrs. * -fr!LA FOR RENT-Double front room with
Arthur Vandenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Prof. and Mrs. P. IR T JLAJ Y bath and shower. 615 E. Univer-
Thomas Dewey. E. Bursley, Prof. and Mrs. H. O. sity. Phone 2-1048.
President and Mrs. A. 0. Ruthven Crisler, Prof. and Mrs. M. S. Gold-[N
were also included on the list as were hammer, Prof. W. P. Halstead, Prof. fR ET-rpe om;dbl
Vice-President and Mrs. J. D. Bruce, and Mrs. H. M. Kendall, Prof. and room with private bath. Two
Vice-President and Mrs. S. W. Smith Mrs. H. L. Kohler, Prof. and Mrs. blocks from campus. Phone 2-1474.
and Vice-President and Mrs. C. S. Kenneth Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Toku. ncudd n helit asBittinger, Dr. William Brace, M , eodfor. $4a ee.C11
Yoakum.e-Prlesd ondthrlistC waadrsFr 0d F 1ori O ENT--Single frontroom on
the Board of Regents composed of Greenhut, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mann, Olivia. Phone 3986.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peake, and FOR RENT-Double room, steam
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Riskey. heat, shower and bath. Half block
Also in attendance were Mr. and from campus. $3 per person. 2-3776
..Mrs. Robert D. Slack, Dr. Samuel
-Stulberg, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Thomp- Wb rFOR RENT-Rooms for University
son, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Webster, men. 3-4 beds. Innerspring mat-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir, Dr. and tresses. Swivel desk chairs. 3
Mrs. Jack Hibbard, Dr. and Mrs. Flatter your valentine with a feminine vanity . . . showers. Men's lounge. Ping-
P. A. Lindquist, Miss Ethel McCor- exquisite compacts of pearl and chased gold. pong table in recreation room.
mick, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oakes, Rates $3 to $4 per week. Miss Lom-
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pardon, Mr. and bard, 807 S. State St. Phone 4844.
Mrs. S. G. Waltz, Mr. and Mrs. A rad J we l r S op FOR RENT-First floor, large room
H. A. K. Whitney, Mrs. Beatrice L. 16 NICKELS ARCADE with fireplace. Beautifully fur-
Giard, Mrs. Virginia M. Harriman nished. Shower. Single with
and Mrs. K. Herdman bath. Men students. Phone 2-1196.

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Ginger Ale?
Regent and Mrs. F. M. Cook, Regent
and Mrs. D. H. Crowley, Regent Esther
Cram and Mrs. L. V. Cram, Regent
and Mrs. J. J. Herbert, Regent and
Mrs. C. F. Hemans, Regent and Mrs.
H. G. Kipke, Regent and Mrs J. D.
Lynch and Regent and Mrs. E. C.
Schields.
To continue the list, there was Hon.
and Mrs. H. M. Bates, Dean and Mrs.
E. B. Stason, Prof. and Mrs. L. M.
Gram, Prof. Carl C. Brandt, Hon.
and Mrs E. B. Elliot, Dean and Mrs.
W. I. Bennett, Dean and Mrs. R. W.
Bunting, Dean and Mrs. J. A. Burs-
ley, Dean M. E. Cooley, Dean and
Mrs. S. T. Dana, Dean and Mrs. J.
B. Edmonson,Dean and Mrs. A. C.
Furstenberg, Dean and Mrs. C. E.
Griffin, Dean and Mrs. E. H. Kraus,
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and Mrs.
H. C. Sadler, Dr. and Mrs. W. W.
Bishop, Dr. and Mrs. H. B.dLewis,
Dr. Prank E. Bobbins, Dr. and Mrs.
C. A. Sink, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Watkins.
Also included were Mrs. Byrl F.
Bacher, Asst. Dean and Mrs. A. H.
Lovell, Asst. Dean and Mrs. C. T.
Olmsted, Miss Jeannette Perry, Asst.
Dean and Mrs. W. B. Rea, Asst.
Dean and Mrs. E. A. Walter, Regis-
trar and Mrs. I. M. Smith, Dr. and
.ernlet's hasten

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Fly-away off-the-face models-
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DILLONS gives you SWING IN-
TO SPRING for 1940. Swing in
the skirts and spring in the fa-
shions. Pert and smart two-piece
suits-tailored to a T, and cute
as a button. Com-
ming in pastel col-
ors, msity blue and
rose, and sea food
green. Of light wool
they will be just
what you will be
wanting. Take a f- }5'
look also atktheir
sheer and dainty g
batiste blouses, fril-
ly and lacy they
will make one fine outfit with the
new spring suit. But you aren't
complete yet-jewelry will put the
finis on that nifty little number.
Dillons suggest flowery "Gone
With The Wind" necklaces and
bracelets. Now you can greet
the spring. And how smart you
will look!
VALENTINE GREETINGS from
GAGE. And by the way why not
send your sweetheart Valentine
gifts from Gage. They have a large
stock of handsome
handkerchiefs. Lace
or linen - - - mono-
grammed, h a n d-
made, spring prints,
all right at your
command. Pre t ty
and dainty, they
will really be ap-
preciated. Another
suggestion for you
is to send a beautiful, sheer wool
neckerchief You'll find all the
new spring shades and startling
white backgrounds. They can be
used in so many useful ways by
girls Over the hair or around the
neck, they are very attractive.
Send a rememberance to her-
from Gage Linen Shop.
DOROTHY GREY HAS COME
THROUGH AGAIN! She never
lets you down, and neither does
CALKINS-FLETCHER who now
gives you her new
cockade make up,
just set for spring.
This timely innova-
tion is just perfect
for y o u r pastel
clothing - pat for
2 blues, whites, and
reds, well any spring color. The lip

stick is a brillant, militant red
which will lend a winter, dull skin
a spark that will thrill. Along with
this snappy bit she sends a cream
and rouge ... either dry or cream
to match. Her fame is well
known . . . on this novelty you can
depend. Perfect for the new sea-
son, for the alert and beauty con-
scious girl. Try Dorothy Grey's
new cockade red at Calkins-
Fletcher.
ONCE A YEAR! Just once does
Helena Rubenstein by way of
QUARRY give you the chance to
be more beautiful. Once a year
you may have the
chance to stock up on
he r world famous
beauty preparations at
a 20 per cent discount.
And t'is a smart idea
_-i for of all the times of
the year it is now that
you should take care
of your skin. This rough, wintry
weather plays havoc with your
skin, but with careful attention
and Rubensteins priceless creams
and powders, you have nothing to
worry about. And with spring on
its way they suggest her Apple
Blossom Eu de Cologne. Its de-
licious fragrance and ireshemng,
feeling is just what you need.
With this saving you can now
have all the preparations your
heart desires and your beauty
craves!
SPRING HAS SPRUNG IN
MEN'S CLOTHING TOI! Stop in
at SAFFELL AND BUSH next
time you pass. Their new shirts
and neckwear really have stuff.
The shirts feature the
Kent collar style and
come in plain colors
and assorted stripes. -
The new air gives you e dsr
a renewed spark. The 2
spring ties are hand-> _
some in the bright:'?
new color combina-
tions. Attractive green,
tans and blues Min
sombre or bright hues.
The broad stripes only
accentuate their good
taste. The light weight
plus wearability is just
up your alley now.
Saffell and Bush give
you fine quality not to forget the

wide assortment. The groundhog
did see his shadow, but that's no
reason not to be on your toes.
Gentlemen the line forms at Saf-
fell and Bush, west side on State
street.
COMES SPRING? SOME-
THING MUST BE DONE. And
can be done in one fine style at
the CAMPUS SHOPPE. A com-
plete spring turnover has come
adnow they give
you anything your
little heart de-
sires. For refer-
-; ;ence we mention
skirts, sweathers,
purses and gloves.
5astels are really
in the groove-all
delectable and de-
) lightful colors in
the rainbow.
Skirts, swing style, are smart in
the first degree-pert and full in
the breeze you'll fairly float along.
And while you're at it make an
outfit, match the sweather with
the skirt. T'will be so attractive,
and make your spring most pleas-
urable. Purse and glove sets are
at your command also. Suade,
leather or cloth, you chose. Look
in, we're sure you will be pleased.
MAN ABOUT TOWN, and men
while you a r e
about town notice -
in WILD'S n-
dow, as I did, and k
see a sight for sore,
eyes. His valen- /
tine selections are s., . /
really honeys. Here: '7
you have Arrow . .
Shirts and Foul
ard ties. Here yo
see good looking
interwoven hose. The hose are
of a soft wool and come in such
attractive colors. Color combina-
tions to suit, from the most con-
servative to the flashiest beau
brummel. You know Arrow shirts,
their quality and fineness-now
notice what spring has in store
for you. If you are still afraid
they have white, but if you desire
that dash of color, plenty of zip
is right under your nose. Well
boys-we can lead you to the
water, but we can't make you
drink. Two-bits you'll want to!

FOR RENT-Large double room.
Well lighted and heated; tile show-
ers. One block behind Union.
Phone 4489.
FOR MEN-Two double rooms, one
with running water, steam heat,
shower bath. Phone 9544. 422 E.
Washingten.
FOR RENT-One suite on second
floor and a single room on first
floor. Phone 2-3576.
FOR RENT-Three single rooms and
double room. Excellent location.
Shower and bath. Phone 2-1559.
ROOM FOR RENT-available im-
mediately. Located midway be-
tween campus and field house.
Phone 6625. Inquire for Mrs. Close.
711 Packard at State.
FOR RENT-Single and double room
and a suite. Well heated and
lighted. Reasonable. Phone 3604.
1341 Geddes.
FOR RENT-Large single on second
floor; desirable double room. Warm
a n d comfortable. Reasonable.
Phone 3227.
FOR RENT-A most attractive room,
large, comfortable, warm, quiet, for
graduate or upper classman. Wash-
ington E., 333.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS -- First
floor living room, fireplace, use of
kitchen, prefer middle-age woman.
928 Oakland, phone 5740.
LAUNDERING-9
SILVER LAUNDRY
607 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
Also special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
specialty. 14
MISCELLANEOUS-20
WILL EXCHANGE room and break-
fast for 2 days work a week. Call
7300.
TYPING -18
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist
and notary public, excellent work.
706 Oakland, phone 6327.
A direct connection between in-
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Cornell University scientists.

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