WEDNESDAY, -----_--_ -E-.bER - - 1925
THE MICHJGAN DAILY
A 3 PJ ADVERTISING AT 3 F, M
Adventure In Trackless Jungle In P'lane
Stident Is Tailoring Plhone 80.10
Cor. N. University and Thayer
MIEN'S SUITS CLEANEI) AND
TI )USS l tES:1 9, 0ce
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LAI)IES DIISES AND
1Vork Called For And Delivered
ELSON BEAUTY SIIOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
20'. Dial 4404.
THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
change in his bag of
for all occasions.
N. I). Smith, Dial 5970 j
OPPORTUNITY FOR COLLEGE girls
to see Europe. Chaperoned party
being organized now. References
given. Write to 'box 22.'
FOR STUDENT washings to do at
D;EIRAIILE Front suite centrally lo-
cated. Private home. Suitable for
tea,-hears, University employees or
Grrduate students. Phone 22234.
l' Oi EyNT--' our
a partment newly
licit, and laundry
Rising demand for Amiericain "!,to(-.._
mobile tires in other countries set i. Fat Feet Renedied by Arches
the United States rubber export to itl e fron impres.of ulCthe
more than $5,000,000 in a recent lhi tdlut PooL
mont, breaking all previous records. Louise M4. O'Brien
A machine that will cut 50.000 ;\epoit. riei t by Te1ephone
for "all-day-suckers" an hour has bei 21579
invented.- _14) South Divihsi
ANN ARBOR1 MICH.
SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR I)AILY
ANN ARBORDR A EY SKOPP
301 East Liberty Street
Call 3031 for
Shades, Draperies andAcessoie
cii. Phone 4377.
i t 1 ENT-- Two large pleasant light
hlvacekeeping room1hs, nicely furnish-
ed lirst floor private entrance. 114
N. Ingalls, Dial 7437.
FOR 1 IENT-- Looms for five or six
Se at 422 E. Washington. Garage
for ht rty living at house.
%V INTE D
si'U)DENT to sell insurance, good pay.
} aily Pox No. 12.
WANTED-Position as cook in fra-
ternity. Phone 8921.
WANTE---Girl student to help care
for children and housework. Phone
4.329 or call at 1411 Wells street.
WANTED--A STUDENT REPRESEN-
TATIVE AT MICHIGAN, preferably
" W.,)AAAbq V CV A I. a popular
home Phone 21668. Student or fain- capable of
ily washings. Washings done sepa- ing colleg
rately. - mre is$
BU" the LATEST FICTION at BID- P1ill.Leid
D)LE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels _
FREE E FO11 SALE-
junior or senior who is
interviewing and employ-
e men during spare time.
400 waiting for the right
applies to H. J. Fiedler,
y Dorm. University of
-Tux size 27. Phone 8871.
Five young Americans are pre aring to Ay into the jungles of Dutch New
before by white men. The expeditio i is being sponsored by the Smithsonian
route from Chicago to San Francisco is by air, fiom there by boat to the jumping
are shown: Left to right: P. A. Hamer, mechanician; S. A. Hedburg, historian;
ITOyte, photographer, R. K. Peck, second pilot.
Guinea, penetrated only once
institution, Washington. Its
off" place. Plane and crew
Tony Yakey, pilot; Hans S.
Of Road Calls Vanguard
Of Hoboss For Annual
Gold production in South Africa re-
cently has been handicapped by a
shortage of 12,400 native laborers in
One shampoo with every $6.00 ticket.
Price $5.00. Hlave treatment for
Anderson Beauty Shop
Phone 3059 5275 Liberty
20 Years of service
LOST-A sliderule near engineering
building. Reward. C. V. Elder, 501
W. Forest Ave. Ypsilanti, Michigan.
LOST-Saturday night on road to De-
t'oit, a black leather hand bag.:
Finder please call Hathway 6594.
LOST-Bunch of keys with small
leather strap on ring. Dial 21414.
LADIES purse left in car on way to
game. Contains Detroit library
card and small change. Phone 7125
ALPHA IOTA (AI) sorority pin set
with pearls. Reward, call 4546, 522
LOST-Sometime Saturday night, a
large size Schaeffer pen and pencil
to jmatch. At bottom of pen it is
roughened by burning. Reward if
returned to Thompson at 426 N. In-
galls. Dial 4917. Or call at 925'
Church, Dial 9557, Or call 106 So.
Wing Univ. Hall. Phone Univer-
LADY'S brown suede fur-lined glove
between Forest avenue and Ferry
field. Phone 5623.
LOST-Theta Kappa Psi fraternity,
p i. Call Palmer 3497, reward.
REWARD for return of notebook lost
on campus Friday morning. Call
Jean Black 22259.
LOST-String of amber colored beads.
Call 8433, reward.
LOST-A Swan fountain pen and a
Parker pen without cap. Iyte at
Read the Want Ads
FOR SALE-Gibson mandolin and
mandolin case. Music stand and
music stand case, $35.00. Ray Vose,
203 S. Thayer.
~EIT EAMS TO MEET
TO1DAY IN HANDBALL
Eight teams clash today to com-
plete the first round of the upper
bracket in the interfraternity hand-
The matches to be held today are:
Alpha Kappa I ambda vs. Delta Sig-
ma Phi, Tau, Kappa Epsilon vs. Phi
Mu Delta, Sigma Pi vs. Sigma Chi,
Phi Gamma Delta vs. Delta Kappa
The 42 teams entered in the tour-
nament have been divided into two
groups, the winner-,in each division
to play for the championship. The
lower bracket teams are now begin-
ning the third round, but the other
section has been held up for the past
week by the failure of the eight teams
to play off their matches. The Intra-
mural department did not disqualify
the teams but decided to allow the
I matches'to be played today.
Each team is composed of four
men, two for the singles and two for
the doubles contests. %.Those repre-
denting their team in the individual
matches are not eligible for the
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 3.-The Un- 1
iversity of Pennsylvania football
'team, today counted up the casualties
as a result of the'Illinois tornado that
swept over Franklin field on Satur-
The list was not long nor serious.
Left End Singer came out of the
Red 6range clash with a sprained
ankle, Right Guard Butler had a jaw
so sore he cannot eat. The team
'physician has not yet diagnosed the
Right Tackle Sieracki, who had a
bad ankle when he went into the
game, received a bad kick on the leg
that is giving him trouble.
(By Associated lrems) that the ."hard guy" who will scold
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 3.-The old- a uniform on the East Side in New
type hobo may be motorizing himself ork usually forgets he has a hip
int a"flvvr h,"butinicaios i pocket when yanked from the rods
ino a iv b butindicatinsniby a lanky "hick" chief of police in
the southeast are that the veteran' Tanktown, North Carolina.
railbird is yet extant; and, at this Then there is the contrast-the
time has commenced his seasonal youngster making his first trip and
peregrinations southward. just beginning to dolefully doubt he
Already the great tattered vanguard will ever break the envious record of
is on its way. The mode of transpor-
tation is somewhat varied-some the famous "A-No. 1."
clinging to merits of the rods and There is the card and pool shark,
blinds of the fast limited, while the with or without his "roll" secreted in'
majority content themselves with the his underclothes. Also the bo who's
old "side-door Pullman" -better going to make his killing bringing it
known as the box car. over from Bermuda. There is the
From way stations near and far other type who will confine his al-
come reports of a heavy southward cohoelic endeavors to personal con-
trend of tramps; and from all direc- sumption. Others will work the old
tions. This year seems to find an un- con game.
usual proportion of them with the I But the most harmless and truest to
Florida fever. the old-type species is the genuine
Starting in August from the far vagabond, who only answers the call
northwest, for instance, Weary Willie of the wanderlust, in many cases the
soon attaches a boon buddy, and be- plain home-town boy who is out to
fore the change is made in Chicago see what he can see.
there is a clan of several score in a --
single box car. By the time the itin- Walking stick farms are not un-
erants reach the far south they have common in England. To obtain a
become almost a legion. !right-angled handle, the growth is
Vicissitudes may intervene, how- pegged down along the ground, and1
ever, in which eventuality the small from this reclining stalk the sapling
town is faced with th'e problem of shoots upward vertically.
housing a number excessively beyond
the foresight of the planners of 'its
calaboose or little jail. In this case
the unwelcome are usually escorted to
to the town's limits and thus put to CHIROPODI)ST AND
the irksome trouble of hopping the l ORTHOPEDIST
next freight. 707 N. Unhiversity Ave. Phone 21212
Being of a heterogenous nature and
type, the object of these perennial mi-
gratories is widely dissimilar. There
is the "bad egg" type, as he is re-
ferred to by his fellow travelers. This
type "hips gats" and has police rec-
ords; many are wanted by the au-
thorities and not infrequently are de-
tained en route, mostly without gun-;
play; for it is a curious experience
I to 5 Lbs.
l to 5 Lbs.
(Fresh Every Friday)
709 N. University
Wrapped and Mailed
The smallest, st cornact
orelwith #1(ow Standard 1(yboard-
THESE decisive advantages have made the New
IRemington Portable the predominant choice
of students everywhere. Then too, it is excep-
tionally durable. It is simple and easy to operate
-in fact, with very little practice you'll soon be-
come a fast typist. And its work is so clear, even;
and beautiful that you'll take real pride in your
essays, notes, and in those letters home.
Call and let us show you the many outstand-
ing features of this new machine and explain our
easy payment plan. Price, complete with case,,$60.
Geo. S. Register
604 E. Madison St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
j .THE REMINGTON CO.
Christmas Greeting Carda
sample books of Personal Cards now ready and at
your service. Leave your order early.
MASONI C TEMPLE
Every Wednesdaq Night
Music by Al Strauss'
Tickets on Sale at
6ic Per Couple
get this way,!.
Save your fiends timemoney
and health by sellin them
ouril. box assortede graved
and hand colored Kmas cards.
ourspare t/me sel/i
will pay, well.
Specimen box and full in-
formation at Editors Office
or write for approval offer.
H H NoveltyCo 40 E.19thNY
9 UN IVERSITY
W A2BOOK STOR
TAKE TIME TO HEAR THE
New Electrically Recorded ht MlsWCeCOrds
2955 Oh! Boy, What a Girl
Croon a Little Lullaby
Sung by the Radio Franks
2970 Sweet Man
The Original Charleston
Isham Jones' Orchestra
2965 The King Isn't King Any More
The Farmer Took Another Load Away!
Carl Fenton's Orchestra
2958 You Gotta Know How
I'm Knee Deep in Daisies
Park Lane Orchestra
2950 You Told Me To Go
Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue
Carl Fenton's Orchestra