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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WE, DNESDAY, OCTOBER. 14, 19251

TH-M - N DAL-WDESAY-CTBR-4-12

Fleet Head Quits

ROUTE TO MADISON PUBLISHED
BY DETROIT A UTOMOBILE CLUBI

(Continued from Page One)
96.0-Caution, jog ight across R. .R.
then left.
98.4-Turn left at cross streets onto!
East Ave. and beyond cross R. R.
98.8-Cross bridge over Kalamazoo
river.
98.9-Fork left at gas station onto
Main St.
99.1-Cross multiple R. R.s
99.5--Pass courthouse on left.

156.9--'EVENSVILLE, through'.
157.3--Prominent turn right on right
hand road.
157.4-Turn left on left hand road
with pavement.
159.0--Curve right at cross-roads.
159.5-Curve left on left hand road.
1G2.3-BRIDGEMAN, turn left atI
cross-roads at gas station.
167.1-Curve right at cross-roads.
169.3-SAWYER, through across R. R..

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More complications have been in-
jected into the United States shipping
board tangle by resignation of Hutch-
inson L. Cone, retired naval officer, asi
vice-president and general manager
of Emergency Fleet corporation. In
quitting, he told the board le could
not serve any organization defying 1
wishes of the President of the United
States.
Cong. William E. Hull of Peoria,
Ill., speaking on the evolution of Unit-
ed States roads, before the Pan-Amer-
ican congress being held at BeunosI
Aires, pointed out that road building
had undergone a series of develop-
ments, adapting itself to new traffic
requirements.
He traced the history of road build-I
ing from simple dirt trails, through;
gravel roads, followed by tar com-i
pound, oiled roads, macadam, and fin-
ally concrete highways which are now
being built to keep up the demands
"of modern highway transportation.
Congressman Hull is a pioneer "good
'roads" advocate, and after having pull-j
ed the wheels of his home communityj
out of the mud ,he extended his activ-
ities to national affairs, and is now
carrying his message to South Amer-
ica.
Authorities of Tokyo, Japan, are
favoring municipal control of all au-
tomobite lines supplementing electric
railway systems.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

99.7--KALAMAZOO, keep straight 170.0-Curve left at cross-roads with I
ahead on Main St. pavement. c
99.9--Turn left on left hand street 170.4-Follow curving macadam road 2
at gas station onto Oakland drive. along lake shore.
100.2-Fork right onto Michigan Ave. 175.1-Turn right on right hand road.1
100.4--Cross R. I. 176.1---UNION PIER, through. I
102.7-Curve left at fork at gas sta- 178.8-Turn right at cross-roads ati
tion and beyond cross R. R. stores.2
104.9-OSHEMO, curve right through. 179.9-NEW BUFFALO, straightI
108.2-Go under R. R. viaduct. through.1
116.3--PAW PAW, straight through. 182.9-GRAND BEACH, through.
118.6-Cross bridge over canal. 183.6-Indiana State line, now on state.
123.3-Pass Lake Cora on left, follow- road No. 43.
ing concrete. 188.7-Cross R. R. and beyond forkI
125.0e-LAWRENCE, straight through. left at gas station.
125.7-Cross R. R. 188.9-Turn right at end of street on-
131.2-HARTFORD, straight through. to Union St.
131.4-Cross R. R. 189.1-Turn left on left hand street2
134.9-Cross R. R. at sign onto B St.
V G..2--W A T E R V L I E T, straight 189.3-MICHIGAN CITY, turn rightl
tiirougli cross-roads, joining M-11. at end of street and immediatelyj
138.5--Cross bridge over R. R. cross R. R. again and follow East'
138.6=-COLMA, turn left at cross- Sixth St.
roads. 189.9--Turn left at end of street at
1388-Turn right at cross-roads. factory onto Wabash Ave.
142,-Straight through cross-roads 190.2-Turn right at cross-streets on-
with concrete. to Tenth St.
1t4h5-Long curve left down grade and 190.5-Turn left at cross-streets and:
beyond curve right upgrade. immediately cross R. R.
1464.-Curve right at end of road 191.1-Turn left at end of road ontoI
onto territorial road. concrete (Dunes highway).
147.8-Cross R. R. 191.2--Pass State penitentiary on
143. -Turim left at cross streets onto right.
Fifth St. for one block. 200.0-Curve right at fork at garage.
148.1-Turn right at cross-streets onto 203.3-Go under R. R. bridge and im-
Main St. mediately turn right on right handI
148.2BENTON HARBOR, through or road.
IMain St.et210.3-Turn right at end of road andl
149.0-Turn left and cross bridge over go under R. R. bridge.
river. 210.7-MILLER, turn left at end of
149.3-Cross bridge over river into road at depot, cross R. R.
ST. JOSEPH. 213.9-Keep right at prominent fork.
149.5-Turn right at cross-streets 214.9-GARY, through with trolley onI
with trolley onto Ship St.i Fifth St.
149.8-Turnleft at end of street into 21.9-Turn right at cross-roads onto
Lake Blvd. Industrial highway.
149.9-Lake Blvd. and Broad St. at 217.9-Turn right at end of road.
flag pole, go south on Lake Blvd., 218.1-Cross bridge over Calumet
M-11. river.

218.2-Turn left on left hand road. 231.-Turn left a cross-streets onto 239.2-Turn left onto Oakwood TDlvd.,
220.6-Turn right at end of road onto, 83rd St. crossing Cottage Grove Ave.
Cline Ave. 231.8- Turn right at cross-streets on- 239.7-Turn right onto Grand Blvd.
220.8-Turn left onto Guthrie St. to South Shore Drive. 0.5-Turn left onto 33rd St.
221.9-INDIANA HARBOR, turn left 233.5-Curve left at end of street onto 240.-CHICAGO, at Chicago Motor
at cross-streets onto Watling St. 71st St. Ciub, : 3rd St. and Michiganova.,
222.1-Turn right at cross-streets on-, 233.7--Turn right at cross-streets on- go straigIt north onlflirhigan Ave.
to Dickie Place. to South Shore Drive, at the en- (Continued on Page SevcnA)
223.2-Curve right one-half way round trance of South Shore Country club.
small triangle and continue straight *64.3-Enter Jackson Park at foun-
ahead. tain, and beyond curve left follow- Our Line of Engraved
224.3-Turn right across R. R., then ing State road No. 42.
left onto Standard Ave. 234.7-Turn right across bridge over Xmas Cards
224.9-Turn right across R. R. onto canal. Are Here
Front St. 235.1--Curve left at end of road at
225.0-Turn left on left hand street, bath house. ake an early selection
119th St. 236.1-Curve left and beyond turn and avoid the late Xmas
225.7-WHITING, turn right at cross- right into Hyde Park Blvd., leaving con cstion
streets onto Indianapolis Ave. Jonkssnion.
227.7-Enter Illinois, following No. 42 1 Jackson Park.
and beyond curve 4eft at fork onto 236.8-Turn left with Boulevard at ART
106th St. hotel. ks 4iArcade
228.4-Turn right at cross-street onto 237.7-Turn right at cross-streets on- 7e Shop for Unique Gifts",
Ewing Ave. to Drexal Blvd.
231.2-Cross bridge over Calumet riv-
er, and at end of bridge cross R. R. 7
and immediately turn right onto
Mackinaw Ave. - s
231.0-Turn left onto 87th for two
blocks.
231.1-Turn right on right hand street
onto Burley Et.

231.2-CrossbR. R.

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Betsy Ross
CIndies
TOE CANDIES SUPREME
Paked to Your Order
as You Buy Them
80c and $1.00
BETSY ROSS
SHOP
In the Arcade

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149.8-Turn right at cross-roads at
gas station.
Flat Feet Remedied by Arches
Made from Impression of the
Individual Foot.
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Featherweight Arch Supports
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TAKE TIME TO HEAR THE
New Electrically Recorded uTufswick Rcords

CharIestonette
Kinky Kids' Parade
Bennie Krueger's Orchestra

I'm Knee Deep in Daisies
Yotx Gotta' ,now How

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Frog, Chicken arid Steak Dinners
" Served at
BOULEVARD INN
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Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
from noon till midnight.
Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534. p
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
That we are bakers of not only

Played b Park Lane- Orchestra

Drinking Song from "The Student Prince
Brunsnick Male Quartette
Oh, Miss Hannah
Criterion Male Quartet

Angry
In the Purple Twilgiht
Played by Bennie Krueger's Orchestra

Brown Eyes-Why Are You Blue?
You Told Me to Go
Played by Ciarl Fenton's
With Vocal Refrain

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Stofilet

Phon0-Radio Shps

616 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Phone 8116

fine bread

and rolls, but also of

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dainty French and Danish pastry.
THE
CITY PASTRY SHOP
516 E. LI ERTY

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KEEP THAT DATE
With Sawyer's Slickers
"Wait 'Till the sun shines, Nellie", was a good
old song-but "Nellie" will not wait in this day
and age.
So don your Frog Brand Slicker, make it your
business to see that she is wearmg hers Also,
and you both can laugh at the weather.
In fact, wet weaher is healthy weather-if you
keep dry. Nor will your good clothes suffer if
encased in a' Frog Brand Slicker. Vou, and she,
can enjoy EVERY day, and the cost, for service
rendered, is trifling.
Drop into your clothiers now, get a Frog Brand
Slicker while its on your mind. The other fel-
lows have them.
Genuine Oiled Slickers
Sawyer's "Frog Brand" are
genuine oiled slickers, the
product of 85 years experience.
In two colors for men-yel-
low and olive, and four col-
ors for women-red, green,
bhie and coral.
All progressive college cloth-
iers carry Frog Brand Slick-
ers. Tf your dealer is not yet
supplied scud his name toH.

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