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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

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T H E
GREY
SH O P

WE WILL SERVE A
SPECIAL DINNER
FOR THE
OHIO STATE GAME
I 1:30 A. M.-- 1:30 P. M.
NIINNALLY'S SOUTHERN WMY
AND MRS. GRAF'S
BUTTER CREAM CHOCOLATE

AUTO INCREAE
THEFTSDECLINE
In 28 Large Cites 30,000 Cars Stolen
In 1920, While 33,000 Were
Taken in 1919
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than the actual number of thefts re-
ported, with 198 stolen and 211 recov-
ered.
The figures showed that Pacific
coast cities recovered more than fifty
per cent of the stolen automobiles.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
ELECTS MEMBERS

MEGAPHONES HERE
FOR O. S. U. GAME
Due to a delay in shipment, the
megaphones, which were due to b4
sold at the athletic field during the M.#
A. C. game Saturday, arrived in Ann
Arbor Monday. The first lot of ten
thousand will be followed by a similar
number later in the week, for which
orders have been placed.
The megaphones are of yellow paste-

I board, an dfold conveniently so that
theyi may be carried in an overcoat
pocket.
The printing is in dark blue ink.
"Michigan" appears in large letters
at the horn end, and the school's
songs, "Varsity," "The Yellow and
Blue," and the chorus of "The Victors"
are printed on the 'phones.
Although the megaphones are in
town, they will not be sold until Sat-
urday the day of the Ohio State game.

600 E. Liberty

SClUM ACHR AR DWARECO PANY
A' STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONES. 174-1 75-M
THE HOOVER
It is no longer considered good
housekeeping to overlook, between
semi-annual housecleanings, the con-
tinual accumulation of germ-breeding
dirt in the depths of one's rugs. For a
new standard of cleanliness, that of
rugs kept totally free of dirt the year
around, has been introduced by the
Hoover.
This efficient cleaner thereby minimizes the danger
of sickness and repeatedly saves its moderate cost by
preserving all rugs from wear. In one easy, rapid,
dustless operation guaranteed to prolong rug life,
it gently beats out all germ-laden, nap-wearing grit
from beneath rug surfaces, electrically sweeps up lit-
ter, erects trodden nap, revives colors and suction
cleans. Only The Hoover does all this. Get a
Hoover and live in an ever-clean home.

CHICAGO SUFFERS HEAVIEST Forty new members will be taken
LOSS, NEW YORK CITY SECOND into the University Girls' Glee club as
a result of the recent tryouts. Some
(By Associated Press) have been placed on a reserve list,
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 19.-Despite a from which vacancies occuringdin the
20 per cent Increase in the number club at any time will be filled.
of automobiles, thefts of automobiles Florence Shirey, 22, will be the ac-
companist.
decreased 10 per cent in 1920 as com- The new members are: first sop-
pired with 1919, according to statis- rano, Anne Gabler, '23, Mary Fair, '24,
tics made public at headquarters of Jemima Miller, '24, Carol Walters, '23,
1'le Ntional Automobile Dealers' As- Leone R. Jacobs, '23, Dorothy Wylie,
sociation here. '24, Florence Derrick, '22, Helen Sly,
Theft Law Heips '24, Lucile Maghunsen, '24; second
The association attributed the de- soprano, Dorothy Westphal, '24, Vir-
cline to results obtained from the fed- ginia Tanner, '24, Ruth King, '23, Mar-
eral motor vehicle theft law, more jorie Poundstone, '24, Madeline Brown,
stringent laws in various states for '24, Buelah Morency, '24, Natalie
the punishment of automobile thieves Glover, '24, Ida Jenks, '24, Marguerite

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My Wonderful Dream
Last night I dreampt that Vera
promised to marry me. Dad had given

us a peach of a bungalow and a

"cad"

and vigorous police activity.
In 1920 the statistics showed that
approximately 30,000 automobiles were
stolen in 28 large cities of the country.
This number was 3,000 less than those
stolen in 1919.
With a theft list of 5,500 machines,
Chicago had the largest number of
motor vehicles stolen. New York had
5,200 and ranked next to Chicago.
Decrease In St. Louis
A large decrease in the number of
machines stolen in St. Louis was not-
ed. In 1919 the number was 1,200,
while only 800 thefts were reported
in 1920.
Dayton, 0., had an unusual record
of having recovered more stolen cars

Calder, '22, Madeline Scales, '22, Emily
Shepard, '24, Elsie Karle, Dorothy
Lane, '24, Eleanor Drysdale, '24; first
alto, Edna Stevens, '23, Lorraine
Price, '24, Margaret Black, '24, Avon
Rich, '23, Grace Doughty, '23, Nanette
Qrnahan, '24, Laura Hyde, '24, Mar-
garet Christian, '23, RuthHowell, '24;
second alto, Edna Doughty, '22, Mary
Griffin, '23, Harriett Hollon, '24, Flor-
ence Hemmingway, '23, Marian Vos-

eight to drive.
And what do you know! I thought
our chef was going to be the man who
cooks over
AT
Flowers Restaurant
32 STEPS FROM STATE STREET
Wouldn't anybody be happy?

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burgh, '22, Isabel
Marie Zimmerman,
Margaret Beck, '24,
Visible Remington
sale. $35.00 up. 7
fdoor.--Adv.

Waterworth, '24
Una Purdie, '23,
Margaret Smith.
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DANCES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Tickets at Graham's, Slater's and Wahr's uptown
Fischer Drug Co. and Goodyear Drug Co. downtown

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