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Friday, May 6, 1917

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Doge Nine

Friday, May 6, 917 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Mobile fruit stand
roams campus area

(Continued from Page 1)
The community response has
been enthusiastic. Almost ev-
eryone who passed the cart or
stopped to buy fruit had a smile
and a friendly comment to
make.
"Everybody just sits around
and jives about the fruit. They
say, 'you can't tell an apple by
its cover,"' Davis said.
"THIS OLD black guy came
up and said 'I've lived in New
York and Chicago. I've been all
over and I ain't seen nothing
like it.
"(Shakey) Jake sort of at-
tachedahimself to thercart and
does public relations for it. We
keep seconds (bruised fruit) un-
der here and feed Jake aid the
street people who don't have
any money," Davis added.
Both vendors like the job be-
cause it affords them a free-
dom most jobs can't They can
take a day off if urge strikes
them.
SHOULD THE job market for
musicians open up again the
fruit cart will still make its
rounds.
"Music is the first thing, and
as soon as this thing starts get-
ting in the way we will have
some people to run it," Davis
said. "We get 10 to 20 people a
Robert E. Lee served as
superintendent of the U.S. Mili-
tary Academy at West 'Point
from 1852 to 1855.
HAVEA
CHECKUI?
RICN
SAVE
TOUR UFE.

day who come up and ask us for
job to push it around."
Despite the acceptance of the
fruit venders by students, the
University refuses to grant
them a permit to sell their
wares on campus.
"We have to be adjacent to
city property. We can't go
across the campus, though we
have been kicked out of the
Diag four times," Davis said.
Davis added that the rules
which keep pizza stands and
Dairy Queens off campus also
keep out the fruit venders.
While there are mechanisms to
mtke exceptions, some depart-
ments in the University refuse
to grant the permit.

VA nurses
to testify
(Continued from Page 1)
for everybody else, you're then
using Mrs. Perez' statement
against Narciso," Judge Pratt
told Assistant U.S. Prosecutor
Richard Yanko.
"The only result of using Mrs
Perez's statement is to show
that Miss Narciso is the only on,
who could have done it," Prat
said. When Yanko replied tha
they could also use Perez's state
ment later to prove the govern
ment's conspiracy charge, Pratt
replied "I'm required to have
something now."
THE JUDGE has not yet ruled
on whether to allow the grand
jury testimony and statements

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