THE MICHIGAN DAILY P
What The Wiled Waves Are SayinI
Now, according to rumor, the Chi- Forest company, to whom the patent R do P it
onLn r h ni a fminedthe rr bnk of; i'S., C n u re% ithleto is ;u( Yr- ______________ - -
lrenor lunsolder< td connections
areso tie the cuc of foreign
noise s. a 1b)!St way to td suchAL(
'defect i; to 1:Ove all th~e wires ),1th!
the lngr in hite the set is in
opertio u~i1 he oint is found
wherethe crakin ccr.It is
b t e ye o Ea i ; msterial for to i.ch~ngr he>r es ,ar; the
contact with the fi i (tipls vwill some-,
times produce soutnds which aireapt
to be confusing.
Formal action. to invtete National
;Association of J?,aziitor: to hold their
annual conference in JDetroit in 1925
has been taken by the real estate
b~oard of that city. A delegation of
!more than 1:0 ineinbers l1 n tt n
the Washington coniec in Junet
1when the invitation w illi um t
Tied A. Ciape ll1 Las compi?)led anti
the (iovici-M~cGee (Companyci(ico
h as published "*Thme ilorh f
1 11. G. Wells," a s 2mo o1 0, u cs
bound in blue lo ards with (lark l
cloth back andl pa per label. Tb is
check list, for this is what it revlly°
is, should be a useful boolk toth
rent socket, but for the purpose of al station. WGY was originally in-
supplying the plate voltage. By the tendied for this purpose, but the regu-
use of this contrivance, it is said, the lar programs now consume all the
use of "B" batteries is mrade unnec- time.
essary.I What ever the New York station
* * * 1 does will set a standard for others.
It seems that the recent court decis- i Perhaps it will be so regulated as to
ions taking away from Major E. H. prevent this abuse; it certainly should.
Armstrong the patent rights of the Politics is all right over the radio,
regenerative circuit has left the radio b ut it, must be either unbiased or else
makers. somewhat in doubt. The Do- !be 'plainly labelled for just what it is.
To get the bettes reservatlc, , it wvill tte, very
necessary thzt yas aranp r yipanA soon.
ALL STFEAMrSiP LINES. TOURS AND CRUISES
A smaahgg. o, scures spi ce. LCday r o.;m
E. . KERJERAnn Arbor, !Micbh.
I.,cen,edand Rni d St.. msln zni hris ane? qn
WE WRITE ALL KINDS OCIr%°: tJRANCE
Atvr low prices.All i-
2ii tors welcome. Tuesday special, .,
S25 Bukara and Ilhoug Mats,
2regular $35,00, your choice
2We also repair, wash, and it ,
Snecessary, store your rugs-at
'vWery low prices. Telephone
Evinrude Rowboat Motors
at summer resorts. Become
our special agent-make a hand-
some income demonstrating andI
selling our famous Sport Twin,
nationally advertised, and the
fastest, quietest little bo at-motor
ever made. Dignified, pleasant
work-and you are your own
"boss". No investment except
special agent's price on demon-
strator (which we
will buy back at end c
of season if you de-
sire). No experience
required. A great':
chance to learn prac-
Write us at once, outline .°
your qoatijlcations where 6
you would like to work.sfi
Evinrude Motor Co. i
Department Wo e7j
GRANGER.'S will be better than ever
with many improvements and coo-
to add, to your
ACOUSTICS-will be made as perfect
as possible by acoustical eng(ieers
FLOOR-our floor is to be refinished.
and resanded during the summer
and made the best floor in the city.
FOUNTAIN SERVICE-no need to po
out in inclement weather. Individ-
ual table service on the balcony
with latest innovations.
BILL WATKINS. and his
Orchestra will play
Paw Paw Lake, Michigan, during
the summer and will return to offer
you the best in Dance Music.
the earth. The upper part of the.I sical program.
ve travels forward at a more ra-1 10:45 p. m. to 1:30 a. m.-KYW Chi-
rate than does the base, the base csago, 536: Midnight revue.
ng held in check by the higher 1:00 p. m.-WGN Chicago 370: North
stance of the earth. This, in turn Pole concert.
sas a check on the, whole wave.f THURSDAY
principle in this is'somewhat the 2:35 p. m.IKYW Chicago, 536: Mu-
Ie ,as that involved 'in the re- sisal program.
That Will Go the Complete R oute for
We've substantially reduced our finest clothing, giving
you the opportunity to buy our best merchandise at prices
which are as attractive as the goods are dependable. A clean.
cut revision throughout our stock-
Suits That Were $35 to $40, Now $8.5 0 ;
Sits That Were $45 to $150, Now $38.50-11
Get a New Curling Iron Now
' At a New Low Price
The finest curling irons made are now
marked at prices exceptionally low,
right at the beginning of the season
i when they're most used. Of finest ma-
terials; will last for years. Universal,
$5. Hotpoint, $5. Thermax, $4.
Ieciric curling° iron heaters,
hlurge enonigli > .trl1e~aing miair-
celliiig irons are priced $E.50.
New Price in the Fall
Friday and Saturday
$1t Per Couple r