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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1925

COMMUNiTY DRIVE
TO START SUNDAY1
Sixth Aiuiiial Callpal-grn'°or 1Eleve Of
City' ( s Org ukat ezvh- '11()
Be Iau g iri ,, 1
GOAL SET AT *521225
Setting its goal at $52,225, the sixth
annual campaign drive of Ann Arbor's
Conmmunity- fund 'association will be
launched Sunrday mornin.An initial
gift of $1,000 wras -x Cen;Fei by iiie as-I
sociation y-estc'day.
Eleven of thei ty'1,s ocialsr~e

}V last year, although it is asserted U S ''F
thakt it is an extremely low increaseU
when the natural extension of the wel-j Eclipsed In Other
tare organizations' programs to meet
the need of a ;rowing city are taken C u tis li
into consideration. An analysis of thle'___
budget discloses some interesting IB soitdPes
ilgures of the work proposed for the B AscaedPes
Fomn eur. 'rue largest amount, a WVASHINGTONV, Nov. 5.- Despite
a su: A X77.2' 525, will be spent for the the fact that the United States has
prevo tIlon of disease and for educa- -the most favorahle conditions for de-
ion; L 9 por cent for rehabilitationI veloping commercial avaiation, it is
and hei' t;nn er cent each I being far outstripped in this field by
for the car of cb dren and aged l ehrntos seilcmiteo
peoia(e: (' ,etnd one-half per centotenaisapcalom teef
For ]u~i h,,ath ; seven andi one-half engineering and business experts to-
per cmoic dniinistratlon andl cam- (lay informed the commerce depart-
miign ei 1'- ; and anl allovance af iment.
folr :cv e t for shrinkage. Reporting on a special survey un-
_.__.__._.__ I dertaken by the department andl the
American Engineering council, the d
~ ~YUUCommittee recommended immediate
Ar enactment by Congress of a civil av-
GJras I 41POfifl rut ia tion law, which would apply to
aeronauts approximately the same
e: . l r ow.,'7.:',Uhas 3bren conditionsansevcs

Students Essay
Balloon FlighJt
From Wyanottel
Three University students will as
cend Friday in a maize and blue bal-
loon. They are H. G. Winter, '26E,
V. B. Quay, '26E, M. J. Thompson,
grad, and P. H. Upson, as pilot. The
balloon is being. inflated at Wyandotte,
and it is from there that the voyage
will begin. Thompson, a member of
the party says: "We expect to travel
about eight hours, and shall go where-
ever the wind takes us. We may get
as far as Chicago, while, if we have
a west, wind, we may be: blown toward
New York."
The balloon is one which was pre-
sented to the University by the Aero
club of Michigan in 1914, and the men
! ave spent more than three weeks"
conditioning the craft.
'The basket has room for four pass-{
lengers, and a collapsible boat will be
?carried for safety. The. balloon haA a
capacity of 35,000 cubic feet and a
lift of 2,300 pounds. Hydrogen gas
will be used.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

PARIS, Nov. 5.-The first inidica- What is believed to be the first high Ibcga!n her work in 1870 in partnership
tions after the resignation of Premier ,-,hool radio statlion in the United w,-ithi her coiusin, Ms Rhoda Garrett..
{Paul Painleve's cabinet were that the i ate n(l the first station to 1)e built i About the satme time Dr. Elizabeth
American debt funding negotiations and, operated by students only went; Garnett Anderson, Miss Garrett's sis-
were to be delayed, on the air recently at Dane technical! ter, began to practice medicine.
hsigh school, Chicago. The ntaigcr,;
WINAMAC, Ind., Nov. 5. - Fair, diractor, and operator is. a woman, I ain a tour of the entire world,
sleeping cars attached to a Pennsyl-; Miss Elizabeth A. Blergner. Anna I\(:ilo Upjohn, child illustrator of
vania railroad train bound from Lois-.'the Amercian Junior Red Cross, has
yille to Chicago were derailed ye star- , Miss Agnes Garrett is said to be ccempicted paintings of child types xi
day, the first woman house decorator. She '50 nations.

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Rebuilt and Second-hand of All Makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged, Cleaned,
Repaired and Rebuilt.

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organizations Its'ida e ~e~
financial dt ives no(eCom lL
fund for tl- eproe i1: I',c '
Solicitation cove-% lfil(c il :e
tivity, amehdfrn'v igd-
plication in cot:)t ~i ~~ r h
.same service, ad1_einiin 2 >
activities of ali' c L :,i~
pating. In st:1':. rc~.cit
association,,i m' e :1h h
officers "to b n . n: i V'
practicable e temK.a
and improvec-nt et el qu,'I rid
phlatroicwrkt Ar 'Y-

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4i ,-'"IcFry of .i he NeviYork'T'ole--
wo '~i~n. Whie i) the 117111Vcr--I
'0i-helit.-- . 'V (-rvicul'arn
a: o"' i ;'r tIhe (agnciigcol-
0 :0] I: S IiK 10c. i , eda hb chel-
"K:ti'aC.11elctc "c cgin',Crinig
'n f1 b -gi'(lutttcttntLI~e bga
hjis ?ci syslite work with the Ameri-
(-an '1 el cgrajn and Taelephlone comp+a ny k
on Ic't I switchboard and private

S r'anch exchange development which
he continued until being appointed to
his present position.
Wiltshire, Eng., school. children
f ide to school on bicycles provided
j cby the city.

ADDING MACHINES, OFFICE SUPPLIES

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0.D. MORILL
17 N IC KE.LS APLADE
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C., Smith & Bros. and
Corona Typewriters.

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Natural Interest' olds
at the
GRAYSTO N F BALLROOM
DETROIT
Detroit's smartest ballroom. Two
wonderful orchestras provide con,
tinuous dancing. Homne of Jean
Goldkett's Victor Orchestra.

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NOW SHOWING

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Irons O All Kinds
For All Purposes
The Sun~beam, the iron of all irons.
The Hot Point, no other has its qualities.
Automatic WXestinghouse, the safest of all irons.
Thurmax, an iron of unequaled quality.
Dover Tourist, an iron that can be used for two
purposes, ironing And heating.
Now is the time to get you~r Thanksgiving Roasters of all makes.

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First Sunday Matinee November
at 3:30
Dancing Nightly Except Mondays.

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Aladdin
Reed Enamel
Lisk

savoy
(Aluminum, Oval and Round)

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State Street Hardware

STYLES FOR FALL AND WINTER
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Pumps Are Still Going Strong.
New Styles Every Week.

310 South State St.

Dial 5015

Qua lity, Quantlity and Prices RMight :,;:-

~'ATI'NG SUNDAY-

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Custom Tailor
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