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JANUARY 9, 192,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"bAMPHIBIOUS" TANK TR AVELS
ON LAND AND WATER IN TEST B U
B INCS OUI MI NME
. Gloves were flying in every direc-
fV . - tion and the floor quivered as more
..:.than 20 nmen hammered the punching
'. 'f'bag and shadow boxed yesterday a1t-

Owner Of Monte
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Man Of Europe

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Fresh Shipment of
Ayres & Smith
CAPS
DONALDSON'S
224 SOT SrT ATi E

BOARD REDUCED
2 MEALS-$4.00
604 E""T"ASTI1GTO

New Tuxedo
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Suits for Rental.
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ernoon in Waterman gymnasium's
boxing room following the first call
for tryouts for the boxing sqaud.
Coach Sullivan was pleased with
the number of men that appeared in
answer to the first call and gave some
con-pliments to the men as they went
through their work.
First Show Next Semester
It is planned to have the men box,
shadow box, skip the rope, do road
work, and calisthentics as well as
punch the bag from now on until the
time for the first boxing show, which
will be held in Waterman gymna-
sium some time after the start of the
second semester, according to the
plans of Coach Sullivan.
F.red with enthusiasm over the first
turnout, Coach Sullivan is hoping to
see more than 50 men answer the
call before the end of the week. All
that he is asking from the tryouts is
that they report to him daily and let
mi: know that they are getting in
trim, because every man must be in
ood condition before he will be al-
lowed to crawl through the ropes the
last of February. Former experience
at boxing is not necessary, according
to Coach Sulivan, and the selections
tha~t are to be made from the candi-
dates will be based entirely upon the
ability and science that is displayed
in Waterman gymnasium during the
daily workouts under the direction of
he veteran trainer.
Should Start at OnceI
It is also urged by Coach Sullivan
that those men who are contemplat-
ng entering the Intramural boxing
ournament get over to the gym and
'.egin to train a.t once as it has usual-
ly been the case that the man in the
est condition won his bouts in the
"ormnr tournaments. Coach Sullivan
5 glad to help anyone that wishes to
mprove his self defense.
Workouts for the aspirants for the
loxing team will continue daily un-
ler the tutelage of Coach Sullivan and
le is in hopes of uncovering some1
Iore first rate millers with which to,
ill the ranks of the men that grad-
gated last year and to furnish dan--
gerous competition and hard work for
the men that remain from last year1
.nd are trying out this winter. |

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The Only Portable n.ith a Standard Keyboard
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Upper photo shows new amlioious i.x roilling -ong . erside drive, Now York, on .its rubber-tired wheels.
9elow, the same tank crossing th Hudson river
A new "amphibious" tank, invented by Walter Christie, the patents for which are owned by the U. S. gov-
eiliment, has just been given a thoro ugh test by government officials with satisfactory results. The tank on '
itp first test rolled up Riverside drive, New York, on rubber-tired wheel s, then ran over rough territory
which the average tank can negotiate. Then it plunged Into the Hudson river and under its own power crossed
from the New Jersey side to the New York side at a fair rate of speed. Tj 1e new engine, designed for war use,
carries a 75-millimeter field Jgun equipment, a crew of ten men and food fo r twenty-four hours. The tank is!
o built to run with ordinary rubber-tired wheels or caterpillar tractcr : n lani.
, A_- HI 1 MEMBERS WILL HOLD
F I ":_ MATION CONTEST TONIGHT
Stamp Licking Days Forever,
Go e M t r' o s e-W r Members of Adelphi House of ca Rep "
ione, Vclaork iresentatives will take part in a de,
ation contest to be held tonight in
their room on the fourth floor of Uni-!
Gasnieters, electric meters, taxi- it goes immediately to the sorting versity hall. Places will be drawn
meters . and finally a postage stamp table. The main advantage derived ; for the order of speaking previous to
mieter! United States postal author- from the use of the stamp in, ter is the meeting. A. prize has been secur -
ptdhgrwosa laor-thespeeding up of letter deliveries, as ed for the winner of first place and
ity of the "stampmeter" osince it was well as the elimination of the slow honorable mention will be given to
aced before the stamp licking public and monotonous task of sticking the member taking second place. Ir
stamps. order to accustom the members of the
It is a small machine which stamps More than 100 stamp meters are in House who do not take place in the
not the ordinary mucilaged tidbit, but use in the city of New York already, contest to judging such events the
no the particle of informationin red it is reported. places will be decided by a vote.
ink, which reads to the effect that
the work of stamping was. done by ' Tan Beta Pi Holds )inner Tonight New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
licenced stamp meter giving the Members of Tau Beta Pi, nat.onal and Co. State Street.-Adv.
number of the machine and the per- honorary engineering fraternity, will
zniit number. hold their. bi-monthly dinner at 6; o Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
The machine is set for usually $100c lock tonight in room 319 of the Un
worth of stamping at the local post ion. Prof. J. E. Emnswiler, of the me- 1
office, the patron pays the' meter bill, chanical engineering department, and
picks up his meter and returns to his Prof. L. M. Gram, of the civil engineer- PHONE 3117
office. ing department, will speak. F
+ When he has stamped $100 worth oR
of postage the meter is returned to New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild C ,LEANING
the office and set for another run. and Co. State Street.-Adt.;AND
SThe advantages in usinig the meter R .IN f
are: first,.it tamps thefenvelope; .tPRgESSINGe
eliminating the necessity the old SUITS & OVER
fashioned' licking process on lhun -j . 1' Midtiplex ' O T
dreds of letters sent from an office inm mondpCExNCDADT SS
Sday. IHammond CLEANED AM) PRESSED
It is not necessary to cancel the Typewri er
'stamp, because in being printed into $25.00 i -.
the envalope it could never Age"n beALL HAND WORK ,
L th any s he codess aine Fully Guaranteed We Call For and Deliver
?of any use. The process of cancel- WH T
ling at the post office is therefore Easy Payments IDesiredl SNOW WHITE
eliminated, speeding up the delivery O OIL CLEANERS
of the letter. The meter also places 17 INICKELS AR.A DE, 21:3 SOUTH INGALLS
the postmark on the letter so that' ThUTTNeAriter & Stationery Store
when it is received in the post office ThT__r___&______y___e

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Sir Basil Zabaroff
"The Mystery Man of Europe. That's
the title that has been bestowed uporn
Sir Basil Zaharoff. the Anglo-Greek
financier who is the owner of Monte
Carlo. He is a reputed arbiter of na-
tions, owner of newspapers, ships,
factories and other industries.

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WENTY years ago Iwas a stu-
dent working my way through
the University of Wisconsin.
There were only three jobs which
were available.
One man ran the college paper and
made some money.
Every other man had to wait on
table or collect laundry.
I often wondered why some real
business man did not give deserving
college students an Opportunity to
make some money in their leisure
hours.
One or two did, but the job was al-
ways that of selling books from door
to door. I never considered that to
be a real job.
Nearly every big university and
college in the country is now maintain-
ing a school of business administration.
Every student in that department
of the institution will have to know
something about selling.
I have made up my mind to give an
opportunity to any number of stu-
dents who care to take advantage
of it.

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a few hundred thousand of them are
enclosed cars.
The open sport models are just
coming into vogue. Every college
student knows someone who is going
to buy an automobile of some kind.
The Jordan Motor Car Company
will pay $5000 in prizes to those col-
lege students who show the best re-
sults as salesmen between the first
day of January, 1923, and the first
day of September, 1923.
In addition, the Jordan Company
will pay a cash commission to every
student who actually assists in sell-
ing a motor car.
We are not advocating the pur-
chase of motor cars by students ac-
tually attending college. We are
simply giving to the students in these
institutions an opportunity to make
some money to assist in paying their
expenses in ensuing years.
Prizes are as follows:
First prize, $2000 to the man or
woman who succeeds in bringing to
us the largest number of prospective
purchasers who actually buy Jordan
cars.
Second prize-$1500.
Third prize-$1000.
Fourth prize-$500.

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Shoes,

Hose, Knit Coats and Sweaters

for ladies and men.

Sheepskms, Overcoats

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Co duroys, Leather Coats and Jackets, Fur Collar Coats, "Tom Wye" and "Bradley"
Sweaters, Wool Army and Blanket Shirts, Underwear, Socks, Puttees, Shoes,
Moccasin Packs, etc.

We have largest assortment of finest Wool

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Any student who has a little energy
and a desire to pay a portion or all of
his college expenses by doing a little
work in leisure hours, can make
enough money to accomplish this re-
sult.
In my opinion, the greatest busi-
ness in the world is that of transpor-
tation. Because the demand for mo-
tor cars exceeds the supply, an auto-
mobile is the easiest thing in the
world to sell.
There are eleven million of them
in use in this country today, but only

It would be impossible in this ad-
vertisement to give all the details. A
little booklet describing the whole
plan in detail will be sent for the ask-
ing. It is called, "Learn How to Sell
While in College."
Just send me a postal or letter, giv-
ing your full name, home address,
college address and the college you
attend, and complete details will be
forwarded immediately.

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and Steamer Rugs.

Come and see them.

"Weed" Tire Chains. all siqeq AI njumO Priopq

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