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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TlIS LASSIF IE TI 'SKERIER INIIiI In Bout After CAMBEROFOCE
ULE COsS rIMCourt Criticisn EARSPEHPYHOA
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3P.M. L IIIU IUIIIUI __M__-

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S:00-Oxford-Michigan debate In
auditorium.

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FOR SALE FORD Ames Roadster Body, late
!_1922 Engine. 10,000 miles, starter,
CONN E-FLAT Alto sax and case. j shock absorbers. Strombery carbu-j
Silver satin finish, gold bell. A-1 retor. Good tires. Quick sale want-!
condition. Only used one month. ed. A. D. Moore, 718 Onondaga.
Call evenings at 1309 Geddes. 3546-J
Phone 1142-M. I
FOR SALE Remington Portable

FOR SALE Have to sell my Dodge
sedan and Buick 6 touring car at!
once. Both in excellent shape and
have excellent tires. Buick has a
fine Sleep in Your Car oufit and
tight curtains and is a great car!
for high-speed cross country tour-
ing. Dodge only $250 and Buickj
$290. Call at 424 Huron St. PhoneI
1407-M.
FOR SALE 1917 Cadillac touring. 7-1
passenger, Mech. perfect. Cheap at
$150. 621 S. State St.
STUDENTS Here's your chance to
get transportatinn to all the big
games and pay for your car. I
have:
1 Packard Twin, 7-passenger tour-
ing car with 6 cord tires, all in A-1I
condition. Can be bought for $250.
ALSO one Cadillac 7-pass. touring
in good shape that can be bought
for $200.
I BUICK-K-45 In first class condi-
tion. This car can be bought for }
.$350..
1 BUICK 5-pass. touring that can
be bought for $200.
ALSO cars as low as $50.
ALL Cars are in running condition.
WOOLFLOK MOTORS
Phone 1368.
FORD TOURING in good condition.
Just the thing for the games. Cheap.
Phone 1519.
TWO ADJACENT M. A. C. tickets.
Call 1602-M between 12 A. M. and
1P.M.
FOR SALE Two M. A. C. tickets. Call
3235-J.
1920 Five passenger Ford, enclosed,
self starter, good tires, and ex-
cellent motor.. Call 3033-R. 1338
Washtenaw.

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Typewriters. Time payments
sired. ,Geo. Register, 604 E.
son, Phone 1809.
MUSIC

if de-
Madi-

MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and
teacher, thirty years experience.
Mandolin, guitar, banjos and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M..
FOR RENT
STUDENTS Take our rooms at your
OWN PRICE. They MUST be rent-
ed quick. One large suite, two
large doubles. 1308 Geddes Ave.,
Phone 1545-M.
BEHIND LAW CLUB dandy single
room $3.00; suite $7.00. Everything
furnished, 637 Oakland.
ROOM for one or two boys in ex-
change for services. 1108 Prospect
Phone 2507-W.
FOR RENT Single room, 609 Monroe
Phone 2236-R.
ROOM for one boy. 331 Thompson.
Price reasonable.
FOR RENT A single room. First
floor for student or business man.
Tel. 3274-W. 518 Cheever Ct.
WANTED
I WANT THREE LIVE WIRES
A 'hot' banjo player.
A syncopating cornet player.
A Drummer that knows Iris stuff
For the best dance orchestra in
town. Plenty of engagements.
Phone 2665-J.
ROOMMATE, room heated, 11-2
blocks from campus. For informa-
tion call 870-R or at 508 Williams
St. after 4"P. M.
PLATE CAMERA or graphic with
good lens. Give all information
first time. Paying cash. D. E. F.
Care Daily.
WANTED Passengers to M. A. C.
game. Round trip $3.50. Phone
1674-M for reservations at once.

American Society of Civil EngineersI
Accepts Paper Containing I
New Theories
WILL CHANGE METHODS'
After ten years of research on cen-j
trifugal pumps, Prof. A. F. Sherzer's
paper containing his theories has
been accepted by the American Society
of Civil Engineers and will be pre-
sented formally to the society andf
edited early next year.
Professor Sherzer's theories will
greatly change the present ideas and
methods of pump construction. It has
always been considered essential by
authorities that a centrifugal pump to
function properly must have guide
vanes and a volute or spiral casing,
but, according to Professor Sherzer
these things are not only unnecessary
but even wrong in that they decrease
the efficiency of the pump. So he built
a pump in accordance with his own
ideas and is now completing efficiency
tests on it. He has found that his pump
has an increased efficiency of 10 to 15
per cent which is greater than has
ever been hoped for in that type of
pump.
Before starting his research, Profes-
sor Sherzer saw that the theories in
text books on centrifugal pumping
were not practical. He therefore set
out to correct the fallacies long ac-
cepted as truths and to give the stu-
dent something to learn which he
would not have to forget before he
began work. Many of the errors he
found were self-evident when he be-
gan trying them out with the proper
equipment. After eight years of con-
stant research, he set forth his theor-
ies in a paper which he presentedl to
the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers.
It was two years before he heard
anything from that society. Mean-
while he was working to prove hih4
theories, so that when his paper was
rejected without any apparent rea-
son, he immediately started revising
it with the proofs of his -ideas. Last
spring he again submitted it but this
time to the American 'Society of Civil
Engineers from whom lie just re-
ceived word that afer a careful ex-
aiination by authorities it has been
accepted.
The results of the tests which he
is now conducting on his own pump
'will be 5ncorporated in is paper
before it is edited and presented.

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Straight from the shoulder advice,
made up the substance of the address
given before the business men of Ann
Arbor at the Chamber of Conneree
luncheon yesterday noon by [larry lo-
gan, secretary of the Retail Merchants
association of Detroit. Mr. Hogan
spoke concerning the menace to trade
of the house to house canvasser and
of the transient merchant.
"If-the vender gives better mer-
chandise, better service, and better
satisfaction than the Ann Arbor mer-
chant, then he should not and cannot
be molested, " he said. "It is much
the same with the transient merchant
who comes here for ;a few days and
clears out with a lot of the towns
money. If they are giving the people
of Ann Arbor a better deal than the
local merchants they should be al-
lowed to remain."
But, continued Mr. Hogan, "it is
generally found that the vender and
transient do not give the quality of
merchandise or the service which is
given by the merchants, nor do they
help to promote the civic better-
ment of the city." Mr. Hogan described
the fight against the canvasser and
fake medchant problem which has
been carried on in Detroit, and then
he outlined the best course to be
pursued by Ann Arbor merchants.
'hough the passage of force-
ful yet fair ordinances, and by a cam-
paign of education this menace can
be minimized" he said. "If the people
of Ann Arbor are shown that the
merchants are square dealing and
guarantee their goods; that civic pro-
gress can come only through loyal
support of home industry, then the
vender and transient will automatic-
ally vanish."

I r14 ^. ll oxat . Ddv lic TURSDAY
).1 m idd fir that t ar iri 4K7:.31 -Westerners' club meets In lar-
'3g_- La Sociedad Hispanica meets in
7i)\ ENIAY U'lper room, Lane hall.
.I; : i- aconference n the Pres 10---Alloha Epsilon Mu meets In Un-
idlent's office. ion.
i1 :99--Freshtnan en-weers neet In
room 348, Engineering building. U-NOTICE
l ': 15- -i3oniance cinb luncheon, rooms Senior pictures are on sale at the
318-20, Union. 'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft-
I: 0;:00 -tsqu' t-youts in Ssir1ihi ernoon until Thanksgiving.
Caswell Angell hall.
4:15 - Eduaetion stizlents meet in hive You Voted! Apply on Campus.
room 203, Tappan hall.
4:34-0ratorical board meets in rooim Your Duty, Be Sure and Vote.
j 211, Literary building.
1 :00-.Executive ho:ard of iomen's
Athlbtic association meets in Bar-
bor gymnasium. ., PIANO AND
-:40-Aeronaaticrl stuiilent n in PIPE Uu b
room 2049, East Engineering build- PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
7:1 -and practice in Morris hall. % A Special Course for advanced
7 :1IS-Scaobard and Blade ineet. students who plan to teach
.4: 3 0 - --S t id e i t o u n i l U 1 C Qe i n ' l l - p ia n o is a l s o o f f e r e d .
7::3O1---Importni tmeeting efI Round- > Studio-610 E. Liberty St.
Malcolm Apt. 8
Club, room 302, Union.
1 :e - 1 l ad sniolker In EM "A FISCHE R. ROSS ,
new Msoni teml'.

M. A. C. SPECIALS
Cars to Drive to the Games
At Special Close-out Prices

1923 Ford Sedan.......
7-Pass. H-aynes Touring.
Good Tires
7-Pass. Paige touring ..
Extra Good
1920 Chevrolet Touring

....$295.00
.$175.00
......150.00
$ 65.00

ALL MUSICIANS desiring work call Glek S
2758-W mornings. Gle N S d s
WANTED A student's desk wiht two Ann Arbor Plants
1 columns of dIawr Rnlv w;h

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Starter and Everything
1920 Cleveland Roadster .....$150.00
Repainted
1919 Buick Touring .........$110.00
Looks Hard-Runs Good
1920 Buick Touring.........$165.09
Same as Above
Ford Speedster .............$ 35.00
Ford touring ...............$ 25.00
Needs a Little Work
Hudson Sport.............$325.00
Looks and Runs Like a Million
1922 Essex 4 Touring........$495.00
1922 Essex 4 Cab..........$625.00
7-Pass. Marmon Touring .....$650.00
Brand New Tires-Just OverhauledI

Will run all Season Without Expense
1921 Dodge Touring.........$295.00
Best Buy in Town
1923 Dodge Touring..........$475.00
Disc Wheels
1922 Overland Touring.......$200.00
1924 Essex 6 Coach........$785.00
New Balloon Tires
1920 Dort Touring ...........$ 95.00 E
Best Running Car in Town
HIUDSON SALES and SERVICE
310 E. Washington St.
Albert M. Graves
SWEET CIDER. Fresh daily. Bring.
your jug. Charles Klager, 617 S.
Main.
1924 Chevrolet Coupe, in good condi-
tion. Reason for elling is that cash
is needed. Call Sterner 1808-W.

U~i11115 i rawers. nepty wih
price and description to Box No.
131
WANTED Position as cook or porter
by man of experience. Phone 592.
LOST
ALPHA XI DELTA Pin. Phone 2548,
825 Tappan. Florence Nelson.
DUNHILL SHELL BRIAR Pipe most
likely in'New Lit. Bldg. Jimmie-The
Ad-Taker. Daily office.
BROWN LEATHER Coin purse with
about $11.50 in it. Initials M. L.
K. and date July 3, 1924 on inside.
2482-M.
A ROBINSON REMINDER with
name Howard J. Blue engraved on
cover. Contains memorandum of
value to owner only. Return to H.
B. Burnside, 607 Hill St. or call
1118-W.^
LOST Glasses in black case between
room and campus. 1314-J. 506 E.
Catherine.
LOST Pair of shell-rimmed glasses,
Saturday. Reward. Dorothy Kin-
ney, Martha Cook, Phone 217.
BOARD
HOME COOKING At 615 Church St.
Full week $6.60, lunch and dinner
X5.60. Single rooms for students.
MISCELLANEOUS

Prof. Hugo Gluek, of the botany de-
partment of the University of Heidel-
berg, has been in Ann Arbor for the
past week making use of the botany
department here and collecting plants1
about the surrounding country. He
has found many specimens of inter-
est to him and he has sent a number
of these to the botanical gardens of
Heidelberg.
Professor Gluek has written four
volumes on the Viology of water
plants.
Do Your Duty, Be Sure and Vote.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS'
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Value
and
Workmanship
If you are particular
and want a suit of

A test cf strength is on in England,
between Sir Henry McCardie (above)
of the English High Court, and Lord
Olivier (below) secretary of state for
India. The latter, one of the strong-
est members of the cabinet, is expect-
ed to be summoned before Judge Mc-
Cardie, "strong men of the British
bench," for gross contempt of court in
criticizing the judge for his decision
in the famed O'Dwyer-Nair libel suit.
"OSLIN GIVES MATES
LEAD WIVIT II 'RICUIT IT
(Continued from Page Six) a
ed a run in the eighth and one in thej
ninth.
Successive hits by McNeely and
Harris, a wild pitch and a hit - by
Goslin accounted for the Senators'
two runs in the fifth. Goslin opened
the eighth with his fourth hit. and
Iudge singled to left, Goshin taking
third and Judge going to second when
Meusel juggled the ball momentar-
ilhy. They both scored when Bluege
singled to center.
Columbus, Oct. 7. - A four year
curriculum in church service is be-
ing offered for the first time at tie
Student Social Center at Ohio State
University.
Do you ever go fishing with-
out lbait?
Then why continue to drive
your car without proper insur
ance''
Our poliis are rigt. They
cover fully and settle promptly.
You should have fire, theft,
torna1o, collision, public liabili-
ty and property damage.
MR. )FUNI)US
With
('. IA)UIS ANI)IEWS
512 First National Bank Bldg.
"Think of the Future."

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Vote by Absentee Ballot, on Campus.
FlAL 1 AL1L
OUR NAME on a box of flowers
guarantees its contents.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
Leading Florists and Decorators
Store, 122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
Greenhouse, 1021 Maiden Lane '04 NO. MAIN SIiREI
Phoiie -2190.
We Never Sleep. Visitors Welcome. -
r I
Fast
=1in th
John Says:
- We Always Have
Somethinp Good is ,tl
to eat at the=iid
- ir
GOODEATS i
r Cafeteria -
609 E. WILLIAMS -
I$It i tiiii I I ____i______________________________

Expression of
hion and Fabrics
e New
PATRICK
DULUTH
ie new straight draped
semi-guard models.
COL LEGCE
CLOTHIER
309 So. Main

Have Yo Voted? pplIy on Cam ps.
-Nicholas D, Falcone
INSTRUCTOR OF
Band Instruments
Phone 2107-3 121 East Liberty St.

Blankets, Table Linen'
Rag Rugs, Curtains,

formerly of University School' of
Music, head of piano department
at The University of Washington
and Bellingham State Normal.
Pupil of Leschetizky, Vienna.
Phone 2s34
Register Now
READT'E )MICIAN DAILY

Personal Clothing

Roceivo Our BEST Attention
Call

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PRONE 2355S

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remarkable

value

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and workmanship,
come around and
see us.
$45 Suits Tailored in Our.Own
Shop Are Our Specialty.
Albert Gansle
115 South Main St.
Over Walk-Over Store

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DR. IV. S. MILLS
A TENOR Banjo, Waverly make, Osteopathic Physician dI -llllliiillillililillllillllillllil
Rogers head. Call -Havey 1643-J, 616 First National Bank Bldg. 1
between 7 and 8 in evening. IPhone 321 F-1
Creamed Chicken
E -on Toast =
1116 SO. sChicken "A La King"
1116 SO. UNIVERSITY STREETMaPi
Across from the Engineering Arch H
___Serbed at All Hours
AIRPLANE RIDE Delicious Hot Waffles
BARGAIN WEEK
The"
$3.50 Each PassengerA_
End of Packard Street car line. Afternoons. For special 0rb o r On tI
time call 2558 or 11 13-J. On State Street

WALK-OVERS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
IWalIk-Over
Wlide trousers can't hide
its style
No matter how wide your trousers, no matter how far
over your instep you like to drape theim, they can't hide
this snappy style. It's the new short-vamp Walk-Over,
first in the field, snub-nosed, doggy, swanky,-well, look
or it! It's a man's shoe for a man's man, with Walk.
Over wear and comfort added.
LEGION
$.00 The new snub-nosed,
J' elbow blueher oxford
in satin soft calfskin,
black as midnight..
R. J. HOFFSTETTER
115 So. Main St.

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