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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1924

IMPOPER LIGHTS
Pollee Start Cleanup by Arresting
All Auto Law Violaters
M111onday Night
STUDENTS WARNED
Police regulations were enforced
with a vengeance yesterday when 157
arrests were made by the police force
for unlawful parking on Ann Arbor
streets without proper danger lights.
According to Chief of Police, Tom
O'Brien, more than 80 per cent of the
total number of offenders were uni-
versity students. "We gave them
warning," he s;id. "Twice through
The Daily we have asked the stu-
dents to cooperate with- the police in
keeping down the number of acci-
dents due to careless driving. and,
parking.,
Two headlights burning at dim and
a tail light with sufficient mud re-
moved so that a red glow is visible
are required by state law to be left
burning on any car parked on city
streets one hour after sundown. Ac-
cording to p:olice here no charge will
be brought against persons parking
without lights on the main st'reets
which are are boulevard lightedl.
These include Main, two blocks of
Huron and Liberty, and the business

difference according to the police be-
ing to which judge one happens to
come before.
COUZENS WILL ADDRESS
KIWANIS-CLUBTOMORRO
Senator James Couzens of Detroit
will speak at the Kiwanis convention
dinner to be held in the Michigan
Union at 6:00 o'clock tomorrow night,
it was announced late yesterday
afternoon by V. 0. Nelson, secretary
of the local Kiwanis club. Negotia-,
tions with the view of obtaining
Senator Couzens for this occasion
have been in operation for several
days but until yesterday no definite
announcement could be made.
Due to the long program to be held
in Hill auditorium at 8:00 o'clock
tomorrow night, the dinner program
will necessarily be short, Senator
Couzens will be the only speaker at
this time. It is estimated that 500
representative Kiwanis will be pres-
ent at the Union to hear the Senator.
This number will represent but a
small part of the total number of Ki-
wanis and guests, the greater per
cent of whom will not arrive until
Friday. The complete convention
program for both Thursday and Fri-
day will be announced tomorrow.
Austin, Texas, Sept. :0.--All fresh-
men at the University of Texas are
required to take an intelligence test.

State. Democrats
To Convene Soon
Lansing, Sept. 29.--Michigan demo-
crats will meet in Grand Rapids to
complete their slate of candidates for
the November election and adopt a
platform. The convention will prob,
ably be preceded by conferences

through the night and perhaps a ge
eral preconvention meeting to be a
dressed by some nationally know
speaker.
Cambridge, Mass.,'Sept. 30.-Josei
McGlone, one of the varsity quarte
back candidates on the Harvard foo
ball squad, returned to practice toda
after several days' detention as
diphtheria carrier.

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BOSTON&A BEAVTY PARLOR
337% South Main Street, Ann Arbor
Specializes in Ladies
I-lair Bobbing, Shingling. and Marcelling Children's Hair Cutting
Phone for Appointment - 2773-R
Granger's School of Dancing
Estab. 1883
Classes Tuesday and Thursday, 7-7:45 P. M.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 7th
ENROLL NOw
For Details Call at Academy or Phone 788
-Private Instruction by Appointment--

Wahl Pen and Eversharp are
obtainable in matched
sets
An unquaified garanteestands
back:of every Wahl
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THE COZY CO-RNI

part of State.1
lighting reporte
will receive iin
reported.
'rhol 157 case
were all the ese
the police on M
clean-up was m
number of viol
as yet been ma
either $3.50 or
each violati~n o:

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Improper parking and rSl1f-l1iflfi llIlI1ll11lliltIllhI1 f[lrflI
d on any other streets
mediate attention it is ecial Designs
, in court yesterday =
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ult of a drive made by - In Furniture
fon day night. Another
ade last night but the
ations found has not
ad pulicis. A fine of UposteringFriture Re-
$4.00 is imposed for M pairing, Reishn adI
f the lighting law, tire Rmodeling.
iIIIrlIIIIIlrttrtlItlnrmIIirr We Wash Your Rugs. E
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P. B. HARDING a
Phone 381-W 218 E Huron
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eteria For years the pi
WILLIAMS in any other city in
Iwnum iiimni wholesale business pro

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330 Maynard St.
Opp. Nickels Arcade

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Complete Writing Equipment
Side by side in your pocket, Eversharp and Wahl
Pen are ever ready to serve your thoughts.
Durability and dependability are common qualities
of these economical, practical writing companions.
The non-clogging rifled tip, quick reloading, and
complete interchangeability of parts are among the
six new features which make the perfected Eversharp.
And the Wahl all-metal Pen is at par with Ever-
sharp in giving thorough satisfaction. Light in
weight, perfect in balance, resistant to wear, and
beautiful in design-it is the ideal pen.
Eversharp, $1 to $45. Wahl Pen, $5 to $55.

Is now

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for the

season.

enlarged quarters and the same

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Made in the U.S.A. by THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago
Canadian Factory, THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Manufarers of the Wahl Eversharp and the Wahli dll-Metal Fountain Pen'

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The Authorized
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this great state of Michigan.

Our experience in the

ved this so we decided to enter the retail field as well.

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We succeeded right from the start.

People are corning to us for flowers

not only from Washtenaw but also from near-by counties. People are not
only satisfied with the quality of our work but also with reasonableness of our
prices.
There are many reasons why we can give quality work at a very low
price, and among them are these. We are the largest growers of flowers in

the country and our establishment and crops are second to none.

We have

80,000 square feet of greenhouse space and fifteen acres of land devoted to

the growing of flowers exclusively.

Our staff consists of over 30 experienced

employees, several with large city experience in the floral art.
Our large daily supply of cut flowers assures you. of desirable presenta-

is Conducting
uORCHESTRA
Of 2 5 Artists

tion at all times.

A trial or still better a personal visit to our greenhouse will

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convince you that we are not only the oldest but also the largest and most
progressive florist in Ann Arbor.

Flowers never scarce-Prices never high at the

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HILL AUDITORIUM
8 O'clock, Tues. Oct. 7
Under Auspices American Asso-
ciation University Women, for
benefit Womeni's League Build-

Leading Florists and Decorators

1020 Maiden Lane

Phone 2190

JOHN H. LUNDGREN, Mgr.

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