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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Lieut. Alford J. Williams

and Record Smashing

Plane
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STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
111 SOUTH UNIVESITY ATE.
Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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Alford J. Williams, former big league ball player and now one of the U. S. navy's best aviators, is talked
of as favorite in the coming Purlitzer Ward flying meet in St. Louis, Mo., as a result of his spectacular trial flight
over the electrically timed course. He was clocked at a speed of 249 miles per hour, the fastest made under the
conditions under which he flew.

News From Other Co

F'e artltquake Fatal to 125
lieges Teheran, Sept. 28-An earthquake
at Khorassan, Sept., 25, killed 125

NEWS FROM OTHER COLLEGES--'
Dartmouth-Four star debaters
from this university will meet the Ox-.
ford debating team at Hanover Satur-
day. The question for debate will be,I
"Resolved, that the French action in
the Ruhr valley is justifiable."
Illinois-Thirteen students, all can-
didates for bachelor of science de-
grees, have been approved for gradu-
ation by the faculty of the Engineering
college.
California--As a result of the Berke-
ley fire last Monday, President Emeri-
tus Benjamin Ide Wheeler and his
wife are living in a garage apartment
owned by friends. The Wheeler resi-
dence, including the president's li-
brary, were almost entirely destroyed.
Willams-Freshmen this year will
find their life a much pleasanter one
than lit the past. The administration
requested that initiation activities be,
limited to carpet cleaning and baggagef
lugging.
Indiana-All records for registra-
tion were shattered during the past
week at Indiana. Thomas A. Cook-
son, assistant registrar, expressed the
opinion that the total registration will
exceed 3,300 by December 1 and it has
passed the'3,100 mark already. Of
this number 1,205 are freshmen.

Pirdue-The campus is elated over
the excellent performances of a num-
ber of the football candidates in the
scrimmages held so far. Gladders,
Carlson, larieson and de Armand, es-
pecially, have been ringing up long
gains on offensive work
llInois--The loss of V. W. Condon,
who took second in the Conference
swimming meet at Chicago last year,
f will seriously weaken the Illini this
year. Condon may, however, return
to the university next semester.
DIES WEALTHY BUT I
' HEARSE IS WAG0N'
Carroll, Ia., Sept. 29-(By A.
P.)-Drawn by a team of horses,
a regular farm wagon carried I
the body of Ethan Akin, 70 yearsI
old, who left an estate valued at
more- than $500,000, to its final
resting place in a local cemetery
today.
The funerdl was conducted
without prayer, hymn or sermon,
as the will left by the man ex-
pressly stipulated that there be
no services of any kind and that
his body be taken to the ceme-
tery by a regular farm wagon
drawn by a team of horses.

person*.
Copenhagen, Sept. 29-King Christ-
ian of Denmark during a regatta yes-
terday risked his own life to save a
sailor in danger of injury.

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Made from Imported Mohair Yarns, in a
Have you seen the new Leather Blouse?
We are showing it for your approval.

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SLEEP ANY3IVERE, BUT
EAT AT REXVS
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
"Near State anid'Packard Streets
TH E BUSY BEE
PASSES
WATCH FOR OPENING
-EA OF
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN

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ONE - SIX - FIVE
An easy number to
remember. It's
worth while to do so

SCHUMACHER HARDWARE COMPANY
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

308-10-12 SO. MAIN ST.

PHONES 174, 175-M

Plan Now to Houseclean with
TH E HO V Enr
You are now facing another Hoisecleaning. How are you going to
do it this time? Do you remember how tired and nervous you were
last fall after 'every rug bad been carried outside, beaten and swept
by hand, and carried in again? It 'was a hard and tedious job. Let
us show you the easier way-with the HOOVER. We want you to
see how all your rugs can be thoroughly beaten, sweptE,, and ,uction
cleaned through and through, without removing thcm from the floor.
The Hoover

It Beats

As It Sweeps

As It Cleans

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-sneaks in late at night and does his damage, but rot and
decay are not so timid-they work right in broad day-light,
right in front of you, if you don't keep your home protected
with good paint, stain or varnish. It may not be too late-
put in the order NOW.
Do your floors need ye-finishing? Remember we carry a
complete line of varnish, stain, wax, polish, etc.
Aon ay Secial
on any Floor Wax
1lb. and2lb. cans .................70c
4 lb. and 8 lb. cans ........... ....65c
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SHIRTS 131-2c
Washd in soft water,
with ca h card; call
1065

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