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May 27, 1923 - Image 2

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THE MCGAN DAILY ________

CREWS
:E VI&TORlIES

hreUniversity of Pennsylvania
ight-oared crews flashed to victory
1the nineteenth annual regattai of
he American :Rowinig association on
he Schiuykill river' today.f
The 150 pound crew defeated Yale4
nid Princeton by only hialf ~a length~
fter a hard battle. Following this~
ace the Pennsylvania Junior varsity
Ad the Princeton Junior varsity;
cross the lihfe by half a length. Hiar-
'rd, weakening at the finish, took
bad third.r
The Pennsylvania varsity was an
easy victor over the, UionI:Boat.chlib
f Boston in the frirst. iglitoaTred ,
hell race. The Red and Bluie fin-
shed in the fastest time of the day,
minutes 11 1-5 seconds.

HIGH SCHOOL -O T " BR OWN SPEAKS ON4 at least 24 miles to the gallon to be! dents were forced to remiain in their Frenchi Farm*~ to Get Mor Labor'
M K S20R NIN 21ITO O IE O O efficient as most other cars.!rooms during their illness because of Prague,- May 2-(A.P)-Czecho- j
MA E 2-U l 14 AUT M BL the' lack of proper facilties." Slovakia will send this _summer 15,-
IHE ?tTH SERVICE !NFIR31 ARY The averagc length of stay of pa- e 000 field laborers to France to work!
Chicago, MoY 2-(BlY A ')-i Speaking recently before ;a meeting' C iRK S FOR 'SEVEN IIVNI)'RElD) tients:in the Health, service infirmary ol French farms.!
blonde youth, l u gone Gopdwillii re- of the American Chemtical :society, M~r.l has ben five 'ays, with an eraeo
,,.In yrmar serveic a sa- moeta 7"patentSnledc l I t.e.'ae cfltdli"h lassi-,
Ia 4 hs admirers asx a rW i = to ,Gere ;G. Brown, of the chem ial en- are(Iv
ChrePadcth oldsfses ierigdpatet epanete-lihdi connection with the Health Bed facilities ccommIodate 19. fieds, why not YOU? -A. I
'Ch rla Padoc , he w d a e stmgr- ertingsdep rtmenet, oern in g te-,-service last fall during its iiitial year
human, today et is e e m r eatin s fi t rs o c ri gt e has met a need t at has ong been felt 'T'mua i : Se - or SundayI
tied the record for ~te 100 yard" event, automobile motor. Mr. Brown said inm connection with student medica Today s Senior Sunday in Ann Ar-it:j",flesbohhorteamn D.WrenEFryhe ADRIAN-ANN AMBUS
end practically uuielded wonthe nine- ta ot hoy and practice praved IService, ree- bIte uess f
teentl iAnn 1ie. erscho la2ie tPSa k thae~eanest mixture a car can b rn to drcoofteHahSrvee-x (Itletive May 1-eta
u cently said that "nearly 700 students; honor in Ann Arbor churches fwereTie
meet for University High seh, l of be the motefcentognhems ie
liapdpower Wajs.not obtained at that r.oint.a aebencrd!o hruhte o-spca laes~ will be reserved for Bus leaves Adrian : 00 and
ih g.ptal service available in the building1 them. Sermons will be delivered which 11:45 a. in, and 3:45 p. i. Leaves5
Unierstyhig wjh 0 plnt cp- he emeraureoftheairinthemix Ithis year, which'is an indication that d are of direct interest to the g aduat- Ann Arbor 6:45) a. in. and 1245;
11e~ thNoosinteHg o treafcsth oecodarb in ifrmer years nearly that many stur- ing classes. and 4:45 p. in.
division. St iohns military ,academiy~ best in a rich mixture and warmer air__________________________________ SUDYLaeAn rb.
oX" Wisconsin won the academy see- ; in .a lean one. u
-#kl n l tpw ich l$illiillllll1111t111$1Illili1l$ifi1i$llll$1$ll$[6:45 a. in. and-0:45 p. i. LE ve
l on wifth 60 points.}Hollywood, Calif.,Chkig o asuden stAoiap,:5 phi.coly
was se ond "iln the High school division many blame on the carburetor, is the Adia 3r4rp 'n.ony
1poinits and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, fault of the :mnfod which cannot 4 eet ). 1. R. cars at Saline botr ways
with fo1.j~ )1..1-hr conections for Y~silanti, Wayne
tti#!.; with: 1~ ,. adjust itself soon enough to a sudden '. and Detroit.
,x, c19dtvllle,~ the :17.year ldl flying icbange. Some auxiliary feature. on 719 EAST UNIVERSITY-
mrarvel, ran°the 220 yard? n 21 2-5, the I the carburetor to make the effect o?~
fastest time ever recorded on a curv- the change on the manifold more grad-SE SO
ed track. + iiall' would solve the problem, Mr. E S N END +
_______________ rdwn believe . . SALE!
VIncidentally, Mr. Brown said that
..IiIlhlhItIIfh~lhIIIIIIII~~temost expensive car to run. In BI -DC I : I "~ ""
Donu s ll An Ar or ome tests carried n out in Califrn -
~ro' etDon us aechotre Fords used more oil ALL GXNS - NL GES-
,Aibo sBes Dnus.and gas than either of two P ackardl
I I o iii ts Single-sixes. The Ford should imakre, i$AI$$Ai4$$$1i$$11i1N11$11l$$I$1$1$11iitl$li1168$1° y+
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