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IBuzz, Buzz and
.S T Radio Operators
IESE GREALY Tear Their Hai

e Than $500,000 Worth of Medical
and Hospital Supplies Given
Out in a Month
'IONALITY AND CREED N1IOT
ONSIDERED IN DISTRIOUTION
ianghai, Dec. 20.-(Correspond-
of The Associated Press.)-The
nghat branch of the American Red
is completed in December distribu-
of something more than $500,000*
th of medical and hospital supplies
nission dispensaries and hospitals
,11 parts of China. The materials
n away in China wer those left
nd in Siberia when the American
Cross was withdrawn, 'consisting
305 cases of goods, about a ship
, that were trans-shipped from
livostok to Shanghai in the sum-
months.
Questionnaires Used
L order that a basis might be ar-
I at for a systematic analysis of
requirements of hospitals in China,
so that the distribution might be
table, questionnaires were sent
by the Shanghai Red Cross ad
d on returns from these a chart
prepared which gives a history
description of the distribution.
Need Urgent
all, 400 shipments went forward
arious parts of China. Of the 350
itals and institutions that re-
ed them 232 were non-American
118 were American. The distribu-
was made regardless of national-
or creed and hundreds of letters
Shanghai Red Cross has received,
t the urgent need of the things
n, particularly at this time when
ig to fluctuations of exchange and
r causes, working budgets of hos-
s have been seriously impaired.''
Supplies Varied
nong the supplies shipped were
complete sets of surgical instru-
ts, the majority of. which may not
obtained in China markets, and
r things sent included various
sof cotton and bandages, surgical
sings, blanketing, garments, ster-
rs, microscopes and drugs. All
inses and charges for forwarding
supplies were borne by the China
ral committee of the Red Cross.

Buzz! Crackle! Snap!
A new radio pest is in our midst.a
Of all types of interference that the
wireless operator runs up against, the
loud sputtering from an unknown
source, the kind that he can't get rid
of by akny manipulation of the appa-
ratus or any amount of tuning, is the
bane of his existence. And this kind
of thing is exactly what has been both-
ering the operators on University sets
for the past 10 days or more.
Is Near Campus
Somewhere near the campus, or on
it, is the cause of the disturbance and
at almost any hour during the day or
night a loud buzzing, sometimes pro-
longed and continuous, sometimes in-
ternfittent and resembling somewhat
the letters of the continental code,
rends the ether and makes life miser-
able for the man who is "sitting in"
with the receivers over his head try-
ing to read some distant station.
The racket sounds like a little boy
with a spark coil, a little boy who
doesn't know the code and doesn't
realize that his key-punching is an-
noying everyone in his vicinity. Such
little boys are generally innocent but
they manage to make themselves most
unpopular..
Not In Building
Or the noise might emanate from
experiments being conducted on elec-
trical apparatus anywhere about the
campus. Spark coils and high tension
circuits of one kind and another are
in great abundance in our engineering
and physics-buildings and might cause
the trouble. But various investiga-
tions have failed to locate any appa-
ratus which has been working at the
same time the disturbance was noticed.
The signal corps set is frequently
put out of the running by this newly-
developed interference and amateurs
over town complain violently of the

untunable noise. But apparently it
can't be helped. University professors
and their assistants swear to their
guiltlessness and no little boys with
back-yard antennas and spark coils
can be found nearby.
So the campus radio pest continues
to hover over us 'while campus oper-
ators take off their 'phones and sit
back in unavailing disgust.
Detroit Foreign Aid Bureau Expands
(By Associated Press)
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 26.-Growth of
the Americanization bureau of the De-
troit board of commerce has brought
about opening of two additional
branches of the bureau in foreign dis-
tricts of- the city. One office, known
as the Dom Pelski branch, has been
opened at Forest and Chene streets,
and ,the second, known as the Italian
branch, has been' started at Watson
and Rivord streets. The bureau has
three branches now, one having been
established previously in Delray. In-
formation and advice concerning pass-
ports, citizenship qualifications, educa-
tional facilities of the city, and similar
work constitutes the duties of the
bureaus.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.--Adv.
After reaching the pulsating
machines water must be addqd
to the rock and the slushy.mass
flows over tables covered with
a secret preparation of grease
to which only diamonds will ad-
here. In .this way the rough
stones are collected and sent
under guard each day to the
DeBeers' general offices at Kim-
berley.
SONLANDERER
AND
S E Y F R 1 FE D
"Home of Good Diamonds"
113 E. LIBERTY

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pportionment Causes Speculation
(By Associated Press)
Atroit, Mich., Jan. 26.-Action of
lower house of congress in gi Kng
igan twouadditional congressmen
caused speculation during the
few days as to what districts in
tate would he reapportioned.

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wHaLr A VOxNG

YOUNG HIRAM Jinks.
HAD TRIED for weeks.
TO TALK to Mars.
BY WIRELESS.
HE'D POUNDED his key.
CALLING "MARS. hello, Mars."
UNTIL HIS right biceps.
WAS THE village pride.
HE HARDLY dared to sleep.
LEST HE miss the call.
AND SAY! One evening.
HE GOT an answering buzz.
"YEP, THIS is Mars."
AND HIRAM shook all over.
AND STUTTERED back in Morse.'
"HAVE YOU any word.
* * *
FOR US on Earth?"
QUICK CAME the answer.
"YOU CAN tell the world.
* * *
THEY SATISFY 1" Then silence.
* * *
HIRAM RAN to the corner store.
AND SHOUTED in triumph.
"A MESSAGE from Mars!
YOU CAN tell the world.
THEY SATISFY."
BUT THE village elders.
MERELY SNORTED "Shucks.
KNOWN THAT for years."
* * *1
WHILE OUT in the army camp.
* *
THE RADIO man.
* *
WHO'D BEEN kidding Hiram.
THREW AWAY his butt.
* * *
AND LAUG HED himself to sleep.

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isfy," and yet they're mild.
With body enough to "satisfy"
even a cigar smoker, Chester-
fields are mild enough to suit
even the most finicky cigarette
smoker. That's some combi-
/nation!-and this unjqie blend
can't be copied.

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