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S10, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADVERTISING AT P.M.

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FOR SALE WANTED
FOR SALE 1917 Cadillac touring. 7- ALL MUSICIANS desiring work call
passenger, Mech. perfect. Cheap at 2758-W mornings.
$150. 621 S. State St.
FOUR ADJACENT tickets for M. A.
SWEET CIDER. Fresh daily. Bring C. game. Will exchange for sets
your jug. Charles Klager, 617 S. of twos. Call 3491-M.
Main.

FOR SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters. Time payments if de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi-
son, Phone 1809.
1923 CLEVELAND SIX SEDAN.
$200 worth of extras, new Goodrich
cord tires. Everything in fine con-
dition. Low mileage by careful
driver. A very economical car with
a Fisher body. Will make it a bar-
gain with terms to right party. Call
Paton 392-J.

TEN STUDENTS with $15.00 each
who want to go to Lansing, Urbana,.
and Columbus games.
We have just the car you want.
Don't miss this one. See it at 311
S. Ashley St. Phone 3711-J and 494.
TWO GOOD TICKETS for M. A. C.
game. Phone University 54.
TWO M. A. C. 'ICKETS Call 1656-J.
THREE PEOPLE to go to M. A. C.{
game in Olds sedan with student
and wife. Call 2305 after 3 P. M.

The Intramural department an-
nounces the following rules govern-
ing cross country running. Before
men will be allowed to enter the
race they must run the course nine
times. Special training classes have
been organized. Coach Sullivan's
class runs on Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday at four o'clock from the
Waterman gymnasium. Those who
are not able to run on the above days
will be allowed to run with the
Freshman squad on Tuesday and
Thursday which leaves Waterman
gymnasium at four o'clock. The In-
tramural department' cannot assume
responsiblility for men unless we
supervise their training. All men
should report to the Intramural man-
ager before starting the practice run
so as to receive credit. These rules
apply to both the All campus and,
Fraternity cross country runs.-
Athletic managers of class teams'
who wish to enter their class in the
Class Speedball tournament should
do so at once.
All teams playing Speedball should
report at the field within ten minutes
of the scheduled time or the match
will be considered forfeited.

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1923 STUDEBAKER 'Light-6 sedan. WANTED Four or five passengers to
Everything in extras. Careful the Lansing game. Call 2438.
driver. Good cord tires. Every-
thing in wonderful condition. Must LOST
sacrifice.' Terms to right party. -
Call Paton 392-J. ALPHA XI DELTA Pin. Phone 2548,
825 Tappan. Florence Nelson.
1918 Ford Sedan Mechanically good

"Important That Sleep Lost Should
be Made Up," Doctor Debares I
in intervIew
ADVISES PR OPER REST

ian throne at the Present and there
is litle prospect of there being one,
but two fen are fighting for the crown.'
The contestants are Grand Duke
Nicholas Nicholaiovitch, uncle of the
late Czar Nichols of Russia, and com-
fander in chief of the Russian armies

condition. See it and make a bid, j
any time this week. 553 S. Fourth c
Ave.;

FINE COLD WATCH CHAIN with
gold button and gold coin attached.
Finder please call 738-J.

FORD TOURING car for sale cheap.
C a ll 3 0 5 1 - . . ..
FOR SALE Six room modern house,
near campus. Large lot, lawn
shrubbery, shade trees, garden, and
garage. This home has been wellE
kept up. and is in fine condition.
Very attractive price and terms for
a quick sale. Call 3290.
FOR SALE Remington Portable Type-
writer. Practically new. Was
bought a few weeks ago. Used but
a few times. Will sacrifice for $40.
Call at 1103 E. Huron bptween 3
and 5.
FOR SALE Lyon & hlealy silver' B
flat soprano. Bargain for $60.00.
Call Roberts at 783.
GOING TO URBANA? Ford touring
IRuns good. Good tires. $35. PhoneI
815-M.
FOR SALE One M. A. C. ticket. Call
1417-J.
MICELLANEOUS
DR. W.S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 321F-1
MUSICS

LOST Between 1405 11i11 St. and 1205
IBil1 St. on Sunday afternoon Sept.
28, a Delta Gamma pin. Return to
Mrs. M. E. Cooley 1405 Hill St. and
receive reward.
LOST A, stone Martin choker between
Oakkind and campus last Saturday
morning. 632-J. Reward.
BOARD
STU DENTS 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.
ROOM for one or two boys in ex-
change for services. 1108 Prospect
Phone 2507-W.
FOR RENT
SIX ROOM HOUSE with garage on
Brooklyn Ave. $75.00 per month.
Possession at once. Call 2438 day-
time, or 661-W evenings.
FOR RENT Two front rooms, single
and double or as suite, suitable for
teachers, students or business peo-
ple. Steam heat. Plenty of hot
water. Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Wash-
ington.
Rare Specimens
PutOn Exhibition

The second round in the All can-
pus singles tennis tournament is to
be played off by Monday night Octo-
ber 13. The schedule for these
matches is as follows:
C. Dougall 1482-M; Julian Weber
240-M.
Jos. L. Langhorne 717-J. A. B.
Schultz 1223-M.
M. Sorreals 2891-R Leighton Ste-
vens 2186-R.
F. M. Smith 371 Karl Robertson
3211.
Robt. Douglas 396 R. G. Reason
1481.
R. Larson 503 E. Madison Fred
Arndt 2226=W.
W. F. Ardussi 2226-W Robt. Hall
78-W..I
I. H. McKnight 1705-W D. Gallancy1
1153-J.
Ed. Hibshman 3051-R F. J. Hol-
land Law Club F-14,I
Wm. G. Phelps 3276-J N. Freehling
2445-R.
T. R. Bliss 397 M. L. Dannin 3007-J.
Jay Toevs 2220 F. Wilmot 2738.
II. Segal 3124-R C. F. Lyman 274-M.
G. Carpenter 3094 Louis Wolf Law
Club H-14
R. C. Tuller 2467-R J. R. Ardussi
2226-W.
C. T. Lee 873-M M. A. McLennon
148 5-H,
N. . . Benham 1485-R R. Weber
240-M.
M. Finkelman 1271 G. Crawford
1051-M.
M. D. Scuster Law Club A-21 M.
Neff 1484.

"Fortunately, or unfortunately, sci-
ence at the present time knows no oth-
! er way of increasing organic resist-
ance than through the medium of ex-
ercises," Dr. Margaret Bell, physician
to the Health service, replied yester-
day when confronted with the ques- I
tion, "Do University women exercise
sufficiently?"
"There is no substitute, no black
-magic about exercise," Dr. Bell con-
tinued. "The greatest difilculty lies in
the fact that we are all too lazy to
go through the prescribed motions.
Regular and conscientious exercise is
an absolute necessity in the daily
routine of every college woman for on
it depends the degree of strength, vi-
tality, and endurance with which she
will be able to enter into the heter-
ogeneous life typical of college.
"Most college women require a
great amount of energy and reserve
trength; most of them would welcome
more of both in order that they might
be able to do a great many more things
,in a college day than they can with-
out experiencing fatigue. If one tires
easily she could make constructive ef-
t c .rts to increase hor endirance In
ot)her words, she must develop the
hIablit of exercise.
"Proper rest and sleep present an-
other vital uroblem to the . college
woman. Ideal sleeping conditions ex-1
ist when each individual has a room
to herself-a light, airy room ventil-
ated from two sides. The room should
be heated by mioist heat in order that
the laws of proper ventilation are in
action. The temperature of the room
should be 65 degrees. If the head is
protected one need not worry about
drafts. Warm but light bed clothing
is desired and an absence of pillows
is recominended.
"Few people can get along success-
fully with less than nine hours of
sleep. It is not so emphatic that nina
hours be spent in sleping every night
but what is lost must be made up. I
suppose the week-end supplies the col |
lege woman with this opportunity."
Varsity Wore Old
Jerenys Saturday
Lloyd A. Maeder, '25E, manager of (
the Athletic Program, wishes to an-
nounce that there was no error in last
Saturday's program in regard to ther
players' number. The new numbers
were placed opposite the players,
names with the expectation that the
new jerseys would be here, but due to
some misunderstanding they failed to
appear and last year's equipment had
to be used. At the next game the new
jerseys will be worn and the players'
numbers will correspond with those
printed in the Program.

! uamwiNibuiwr
while sworn to observe the Orthodox
fith he will allow complete religious!Th, Ford eight, the occal group
liberty. Grand Duke Cyril's son, Vlad- singers of the Ford Motor company
imir, who is seven years of age, is River Rouge, made up of eight I
proclaimed heir to the throne. I groes who work at that plant, w
An important part of Cyril's plan to appear in a concert at 8 o'clock
reestablish the Romanoffs in Russia night at the second Baptist chui
is the floating of a loan in the United on Fifth avenue and Beakes stre
States. The specialties of this group
Cyril is the nearest of surviving kin singers are the old Negro jubile
of the late Czar. But in the opinion plantation melodies and songs of tyr
of Grand Duke Nicholas and his clos-a Negro humor. The popularity of t
est associates (as well as the presentr that this is the fourth trip they ha
government in Moscow, let us not tisade to Ann Arbort
foriet the Romanoffs no longer have
a judicial claim to the throne of Rus-
=i. A new reigning dynasty might be
establisled as a result of Zemsky
Sow)" ,,'.,,(ion, as was the case in
1 vvl,,h:-n the Ramonoffs were called I
Lt rcx'tiziy the throne of the Ruriks.. 31 H * By **H
If i io niomanoffs are to regain the
rulvrii p, it is to he solely through Speeches b try t f dm -
rc ?-lection. Nicholas sees himself as Sreechmsobytry-Autsaformebt
winner claielcon progiranm of the Alpha Nu Debati
""h an election. seciety's regular meeting last night
ryril Once in DiNrace University hall. The following n
i stn(l of Nichoas, coupled with spoke and at the business meet:
tho iet that lie is believed to be the were elected as pledges of the societ
cok "eader among the monarchists who Leascn F. Sproul, '25, Jerome B. Mi
is still 1)opuiar with the masses, has sell, '27L, Charles N. Mertons, '27,
drawn to him the majority of neon- 1h'. Burk, '26, Alden T. White, '27, a
archists who recently taxed them- the following freshmen, Gus Weng
celves one franc a month each to sup- Ellis Plenry, William Brumbaugh,
no"; his cause. car A. Jose, Charles B. Kramer,
Grand Duke Nicholas is 64 years Rollin Sargent, William Ruetche, H
old. Ibis father was field marshal of old Charter and I. E. Meneich.
he ussian aryies in the Russo- The iinbership committee A
Turkish war ;it 1877. Tfhe young hear additional tryout speeches at
Nicholas gained- his military knowl- o'clock next Tuesday in the Alpha
.dge in the military academy and rooms on the fourth floor of Univ
from his father. lie became Russia's sity hall.
incst famons eavalryman and general.
Grwai d I)uh Cyril was considered See the (Gl me orn the Grid Graph
in disgrace by the late Emperor Nich-
rlas because lhe married, in direct dis- IDo Your Duty, Pe. Sure and Vote.
obedience to the ruler's comiand,
Victh ria eiita, divorced Grand Duch-
ess of 1lesse At the death of his un- NOTICE
ele, Grand l uke Alexis, in November,
1:178, the famzaiaor pardoned him. I The Michigan Technic can use

(Arand Puke :eNolaS (abo e) and
('ard uke Cyril
in the World War, nd (Grand Duke
Cyril Vladiimirovitoh, eldest son of the,
(Grand Duke Vladimir and cousin ofl
the last ruler.
lasi ruler,
Nicholas has been a leader of a
monarchist movemenut for some time,
but Cyril only recently proclaimed
himself "Emperor of all the Russias."
Seeks Mony ii U. S.
The proclafation issued at Belgrade
declares that Grand Duke Cyril is to
devote himself to liberating Russia
from the Communist yoke and that
IRVINO WARMOTS, 0 S. C.
GRALUATE AND REGISTERIU)
Chiropodisty AOrthopedist
IN. University Ave. Phone 2652 1

Lawrence, Kan, Oct. 9.-The Uni-
vcrsqty Ca0 Kansas is to have a new
><sr ',E;{ )irUion building. The site has
teen chocen and Pond and Pond, of
C ; icago, selected as architects.
See the Game on the Grid Graph
(oiing Sunday
ARCADE THEATRE
Rafael Sabatini's
Mamnmoth Spectacle

E four or five sophomore engi-
neers who would like to try out
for staff positions in either the
Editorial or Business Depart-
ments. Call at the office, RoomsI
3036 East Engineering Bldg.,
after 4:00 P. M.
GOING TO
Mo A. C.?
We haveroom for twelve pas-
sengers in two seven-passenger
cars leaving about 9 a. m. Sat-
urday.
Round Trip, $3.50
Phone 1674-M

MELL GILLESPIE,

Soloist

and

teacher, thirty years experience.
Mandolin, guitar, banjos and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
FACULTY MEMBERS AID
STATE CONSERVATIONISTS
Three men from the museum of zoo-
logy, Prof. A. G. Ruthven, Mr. Carl L.
Hubbs, curator of fishes, and Mr. Lee
R. Dice, curator of mammals, attend-
ed a meeting called by the director of
the state department of conservation,
composed of representatives of sport-
ing organizations and experts from the
museum, which was held this week in
Lansing.
The museum is co-operating with
the conservation department in se-
curing information as to the habits,
distribution and abundance of the en-
emies of the animals of the state. This
information is necessary before any
intelligent conservation legislation can
bo passed. The museum is also furn-
ishing laboratory and other facilities
for such experts as it is found neces-
sary to bring here.
At the meeting the representatives
went on record as favoring drastic
steps to conserve and propagate game
and fish life. The conservation pro-
gram will be determined on the find-
ings of the survey.
WESTERNERS' CLUB HOLDS
FIRST MEETING COF1YEAR
Westerners' club held its first meet-
ing of the year at 7:30 o'clock last
night in Harris hall. The club is com-
posed of students whose homes, are
West of 'the Mississippi. An all-cam-
pus dance is held under the auspices
of the club each Christmas vacation
for those students who are unable to
go home.
A dance was held following the
meeting. The club plans to meet at
the same place the second Thursday of
each month during the school year.
Ifave You Voted? Apply on Campus.
SENIORS, ATTENTIONI
1 Can n - mm wllbeon 1

Two rare specimens were placed on
exhibition for the first time yesterday
in the geology museum of the Natural
Science bilding. One of these, the
skull of a primitive rabbit, is prob-
ably 1,500,000 years old. It's small
and fragile bones are easily destroy-
ed in the process of fossilization and
it is seldom that such a perfect one
is found. The preparator worked for
more than two weeks cleaning this
specimen using a high power micro-
scope and the finest of needles. Be-
side it is the skull of a modern rabbit
to show the changes which have taken
place in the animal.
The other specimen is the skull of a
primitive deer-like animal. It has
characteristics of the camel family
and of the two-toed hoofed animals.
Both specimens were found by Prof.
Ermine C. Case of the geology depart-
ment during his Wyominig expedition
this summer.
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct., 9-Approx-
imately 460 scholarships, teaching
fellowships, amounting to $100,000
annually are offered to graduate
students of Minnesota. These aids
are given to help people to carry on
work beyond their bachelors degrees.
Chinese Students' club of the Uni-
versity will meet at 8 o'clock tonight
in Lane hall to celebrate the 13th an-
niversary of the Chinese republic.
RID) GRAPH TOMORROW

The second round for the All cam-
pus doubles tournament must also
be played by Monday night, October
13. The schedule for these matches
is as follows:
Weber-Weber 240-M M. C. McLen-
nan-Benh am 1485-R.
R. G. Reason-N. Neff 1484 D. Gal-
lancy-H. Freiberg 1153-J.
Ardussi-Ardussi 2226-W Cannon-
Robertson 3211.
Viaches-partner Greenspan-Hibsh-
man 3051-R.
Sidlow-partner 1590-M F. W. Cron-
.G Carpenter 3094.
J. G. Myers-W. I. Jones 2936-J
Goldberg-Smith 2093-H.
C. F. Lyman-partner 274-M Doug-
las-Preston 396.
Fred Arndt-partner 2226-W B. Ce-
line-partner 885-M.
Eisenberg-Shapiro 1526-R R. Lar-
son 503 Madison-L. Stevens 427 S.
Fifth' Ave.
See the G rid Graph Tomorrow.

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All men wishing to go out for
Varsity basketball report at
Waterman gymnasium at 7:15
o'clock Monday evening. Bring
your own equipment for the first
practice.
. J. MATHER, J
Coach.
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YOUR PRIVATE
NOTE PAPER
Should not be "cheap." It is folly to
use so-called "cheap" papers and en-
velopes for your personal correspond-
ence. It only makes you look "cheap"
in your correspondent's eyes. Your
writing paper is you yourself-so use
the very best. You'll find it here. The
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COUNCJL OFFICE HOURS
Regular office hours will be
maintained from 4 to 5 o'clock
every day by the Student Coun-
cil in their new offices located
in the activities room of the
Michigan Union. Members of the
council will be on hand at the
appointed times and will be glad
to confer with any student on
various phases of current cam-
pus problems. This plan has
has been initiated in an effort
to bring the student body into
closer contact with their rere-
sentatives on the council.

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