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1421 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Relish!
-you will relish English Ovals
-a pleasing taste
--a flavor that gratifiea
-the aroma of fragrant tobaccos
-made by Philip Morris
- In-com-pa-ra-bly fine!
- nl
3ended mn the Good Old English Way

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DO YOU DANCE ?
If not, it is well to remember that_
you can learn more about dancing
ina
FEW PRIVATE LESSONS
than in
MANY CLASS LESSONS

Begi with Halsey and have

up hope of taking part in the work.
A new scheme of transmission is
MAL HA C Snow used, the northern division con-
ducting its work on continuous waves
and the southern section operating on
spark. By this means, interference
betweenthe two is reduced to a min-
Will Install New Wireless Set in mum, and the two hdivisions are en-
Engineering Build abled to work at the same time, thus
making it unnecessary for one to hold
off transmission and take up time while
waiting on the other.
MESSAGES RECEIVED MONDAY Michigan is at present handling the
FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES work under the signal corps call, "W
Michigan's entry into active partici-
pation in the work of the Western Con-1 BURTON ADDRESSES
ference Radio News service, the or-
ganization of which is still under way, A.DIENCE AT 001
has been delayed greatly by the in-
ability of those in charge of the local Speaking before an audience of
station to make necessary changes in more than 1,200 last Thursday night
the equipment In order that it may be at Sault Ste. Marie. Pres. Marion L.
put in operation. Burton delivered an address on edu-
It was first planned to place the caional matters an" als soke"ofet"
new set in the sub-basement below the University of Michigan.
electrical laboratory in the north end In his talk, President Burton laid
of the engineering building. With the
set there, it would have been pssible great emphasis on the worthwhile-
set dr eticle anten fomsthe ness of education. As he put it, "Edu-
to drop a verticle antenna from the cation is worth while just in propor-
nted ho a antion as it enables a person to acquire
to run the lead thorugh a ventilator an appreciation of excellence-to rea-
shaft directly to the appartus. The lize what is worth while in life."
operator would then have been so situ- President Burton also stressed the
ated as to be free from all outside point that we must deal with facts.
disturbances. The time is past according to him that
Neat Signal Unit the noise of some demi-god will be
This idea has been abandoned, how- sufficient, it is up to us to demand the
ever, due to the fact that the local facts. But, President Burton goes on
unit of the signal corps wishes to to say these facts must be tempered
have the University station situated with humanness or the foundation of
as close to their own as possible. Con- our country will be shaken.
sequently, the new equipment will President Burton took the opportu-
probably be installed within a short ity of acknowledging the debt owed
time in the same location as the old, by the University to ex-governor Chase
room 103 engineering building, this S. Osborn of Sault Ste. Marie. It was
being immediately next door to the pointed out that this aid of Mr. Os-
signal corps experimental sets. born's was right now making it pos-
It is the plan at present to stretch sible for Professor Hobbs to conduct
a new aerial from the top of the stack his researches in the Pacific ocean
to the roof of the south wing of the and for the residence in Ann Arbor
building, dropping a lead-in from there of the American poet Robert Frost,
to the set. The equipment will prob- whose influence is already being felt.
ably be decidedly altered, a low power
spark transmitter and a continuous Hold St. Joseph Dance Friday Night
wave set being used in place of the St. Joseph's auxiliary will hold a
present 1 to 15 kilowatt open spark Hallowe'en party at 8:30 o'clock Fri-
installation. A considerable number day night In St. Thomas hal. Fisch-
of licensed first class commerical op- er's orchestra will furnish music for
erators have been secured to handleo the evening. Ticets are on sale for
the set, and, it is hoped that it will be.Tiktaronslfr
possible to begin regular work within, fifty cents at Graham's and Tice's.
a short time.
Make Additional Tests 393
Additional tests were conducted by
the Western Conference Radio News
service last Monday night. Under the PHONE
latest arrangement, a new scheduled
is being used, whereby the time neces-
sary for complete transmission should 3 9 3
be reduced to a considerable extent.
The entire system is now divided into IMMEANS
a northern and a southern division,
the former' comprising the universi- GOOD
ties of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Mich- I.
igan, with Wisconsin acting as central
station, and the southern section in-
cluding Ohio State, Illinois, and Iowa, A. R. GFELL
with the central, station at Purdue,
"9ZN," at Chicago, handles the news
from Chicago and Northwestern uni
versities, while lack of equipment has
made it necessary for Indiana to give 393
SCHUMACHER HARDWARE COM
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
1 308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONES 174-1 75-M

no regrets

WUERTH ARCADE

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of
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112 W. WASHINGTON
Phone 353-F

SMildred wrote.
yesterday-
She wanted me to come to Urbana
for the week end. I wrote back and
said I would be there but say, listen,
brother, she had better have some pret-
ty good feeds waiting for me because
I am used to the kind of meals you get
-AT-
Flowers Restaurant.
32 STEPS FROM STATE ST.

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THE HOOVER

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IT BEATS - AS IT SWEEPS - AS IT CLEANS
Fall Housecleaning (and Moving) eliminate the backaches

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and drudgery by a Hoover

HALLOWEEN-Old witch with old Broom
CONTRAST--Attractive woman with a Hoover

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EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
PACA R D DANCESKennedy's P A C K A R D F IVE Orchestra
Tickets at Wahr's and Graham's Univer'ty Chaperones

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