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)AY, OCTOBER 10, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ONCE ENOUGH" SAYS TENNIS STAR,
WHO CROSSES THE ATLANTIC ALONE.

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nr that the chaotic condition in Eiurope
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firms. but with a well maintained de-
mand from other quarters, the Euro-
pean condition should not be accept-
ed as an entirely governing factor.
There is a strong import business
Washington, Oct. 9-Pessimistic re- under way, it was said, but the Gov-
ports concerning general business ernment had received vast returns in
conditions 'are regarded at the Treas- the form of tariff duties and the aver-
ury department as unwarranted. A age business has not suffeoed appre-
Treasury spokesman declares that ri- ciably.
mors of increasing unemployment,
pending curtailment of industrial pro- Bolivia Suppresses Oil Concessions
grams among large firms, and other Buenos Aires, Oct. 9.-The Pas has
moves of a like character, should be a dispatch saying Bolivia has sup-
disregarded, adding that he found no i
reason for the belief that a break of $ pressed all oil concessions except that
any kind in business is near. to the Standard Oil company, because
It was declared that most of the the concerns holding them failed to
great corporations are employing live up to their agreements; 80 or
their full number of workers; andmore companies are Involved; this
that, for the most part, orders are leaves the Standard absolutely master
being received in sufficient quantity of the field.
to give no reason for an immediate
cut in production.
The statement was made however, Daily classified for real results.

Choose your life-work
among big men
Every college graduate has ideals concerning
his future business career. There is one wise
choice open to you. This choice will not only be
a business of standing in itself but it will put you
in touch with every business and prove a gateway
to countless opportunities.
Scores of the highest ranking graduates of every
college are yearly entering the Insurance business.
They find in Insurance-Fire, Marine and Casualty
- ideal surroundings, ideal conditions and ideal
business contacts.
The Insurance Company of North America is a
national, historical institution-founded in 1192-
with over a century and a quarter of well earned
prestige. Conservative policies and dependable
service have been responsible for the growth and
for the constructive activteies of the Company in
the development of the entre insurance profession

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"I want to stay in bed forever and sleep," says Alain J. Gerbault, French aviator, tennis star, and sailor
extraordinary, as he tries to make up for "lost time" after going without rest for days while crossing the Atlan-
tic alone in a 30 foot sailboat. He made the trip in 148 days during 10 of which storms drenched him. He caught
cold and lay unconscious for two days.

News From Other Colleges

Read the Want Ads

Indiana-Drasic measures are to be
taken in order to eliminate "scalping"
ffom the campus. Students, in ex-
change for their coupons, will get
tickets of a distinctive color which
will aid materially in the detection of
scalpers." A doubled force will be
used at the gates of the stadium to
try to detect persons, other than tu
dents, using student tickets.
Wisconsin-Plans for the new Un-
iversity Memorial building are still
coming in. Prospects are very good
so far. A firm of architects in Milwau-
kee have produced the most accept-
able plans up to this time.
Texas-Women in the University of
Texas are very inactive this year. They
are urged to come out of their re-
tirement and take part in the activ-
Ries and politics of the campus. The
elections of officers has been quite a
dispirited affair. Some interest was'
shown in the selection of women cheer
leaders.
Cincinnati -."Stay at home and
learn" is popular in Cincinnati now.
The university authorities have been
co-operating with station WSAI, the
United States Playing Card company
station, with the result that every
Tuesday nightta lecture is broadcasted
for the benefit of WSAI listeners.
Oregon-This year is marked by a
rush of building both on the campus
and off. The building among the cam-
pus living organizations has beenl
fairly intense.
COUNCIL TO ELECT
OFFICERS TONIGHT
Election of officers in the Student
council will take place at the council
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
'Union, according to John W. Kelly,
24L, president of the council. The
offices of vice-president, secretary and
treasurer will be filled at this time.
The advisory committee of the council
will also be named.
It is likely that the plan of organ-

NaLUEBEGiBros.
NEW YORK
WILL SHOW CLOTHES
FOR THE COLLEGE MAN
AT THE
ALLENEL HOTEL

Insurance Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practically every form of insurance except life.

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Keeping posted on the events
of the day should be part of
the day's business
Know the News of the Minute
Know the News of Michigan

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Apples

Fancy hand-picked apples, of high quality. Sprayed thoroughly.
Th'nned for best development. Trees fertilized for color and size in
the fruit. Wealthys, Snows, Haas,, '4volfrivers. Grown in Emmett
county, Harbor Springs-away up north. The home of Michigan's
best fruit. Car near the freight depot just west of passenger station
on Michigan Central railroad. Price ranges from 75c to $1.75 per
bushel. Delivery made on request.
Wednesday and Thursday this Week
W. J. RITTERSKAMP, Distributor

There is no better medium than "THE MICHIGAN DAILY" to keep in touch
with what is going on

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ization of smomeLody subsidiary to the 7jY='___:TTiIT = = =
council will be discussed at this time. o~ _- IIut
definite action in the creating of some il inTHE PHO TO CRAFTrSHOP nI
French Car Prices Advance OPST RAEPS FIEI"
Paris, Oct. 9. - French motor car 11t i
prices have been advanced about 10 I
per cent, it became apparent when HIUt III
1924 models were presented at the 1, Announces~~ the i,HIII
'Automobile Salon (French Auto Show) ig;~°
now under way. ti
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