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November 13, 1925 - Image 2

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PAGN TWO

PLAN NEW CLUB
FOR STUDENTS
OF JOURNVA.ISM1Y
Students in the classes in journal-
isnm will be given an opportunity to
organize as soon as the flans of
Prof. John L. Brumm, headl of the
journalism department, for a student
press Club are comnp1leted. Pr ofessor
Drumm hopes that within the next
week or two a meeting place for the
club other than a C , s room can be
secured.
The meetings will take place every
two weeks, and, will be social in na-
ture rather than adherent to parlia-
mentary rules. Journalistic writings
will be discussed with a view to im-
proving the style of the indlividlual
student's writing.
Also, various n ewsaper in en of the
state have signified their wiillinness
to speak at meetings of the club.

HINSDALE DESCRL1
ARCHAEOLOG
Many archaelogical discoveries are
described by Prof. W. B. Hinsdale,
custodian of Michigan archaeology,
following his recent-trip of more than
3000 miles through the territory of
Michigan and surrounding states.
Professor H-insdale found many
small copper mines that had been dug
out by Indians with rude stone instru-
mnents. In territory adjacent to Port
Fluron, numerous knives, arrow-heads,
spear-heads and beads were discover-
ed that had been pounded out of cop-r
per by the natives.
IA two-foot string of beads found by
I-tfessor Ilin~dale's party consisted
of vary ng sizes of copper beads. Con-
siderable labor had been necessary'to°
pound the ,:pheres out of cold copper
and pierce them for the insertion of
a cord.

____________THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMB3ER 1", 1925
rlS R cE TCheaper System vraled patobn-crygdien oay turbines. Each pumpa CALICUTTA.- While the Earl of
(' + rrigation districts. ;9 Fill maintain the underground wa~ter! Reading. viceroy of India, was visiting
ICAIL DISCOVI7 RIES Of Drainage U~sed The deep well pumnping system was td dsrdsbsrael;1thG (city \\erinesday for the Armnistice
Ia$F r e s originated six year;; ago, but it has 4day (celebration, the 1police discover-
By oiaCoastace. h ri- Farmersbrilcutm fth n been adoptedl in the irrigated -regions o nt ylt ars.Te i ed a bolnhi) fatoc'y
A uniqe bin~J ( utom o the I- ________of central California until now more cip)l fpaintin favor of the cl-n1
duans is illustrated in photographs (yAscae rs)ta 0 wells r riigneryand-(Iangi ht t(~iVi.~0 ~ .~J(
taken by the party,.rThe photographs (yAscae rs)ta 0 el r riignal updangi hti ei ~t -h, Nehel',ids West Inies like
show many small huts made of bark BERKELEY. Cal., Nov. 12.-Drain-E 100,000 acres. &' fl ufaco water a-railable for irri A mei-ican s''leIra and. bought $128,600
agedofoover-irrigatedIlandssbyspump- he wells are 125 to X20feat deep ,,niawor'th more than the cez: rnt;'oylbof American dry goods last
aondtuc logsrahichthe lir gravUsed.to g from deep wells is the latest meth- and the water is pumlae1 by electric- needed to run the electric pum:,s. year.
contrut oer ll f teirgraes. 0( put into use by farmers of the
Professor Hinsdale ha~s in his 1)05- Pacific coast states in their fight
cession an old En.glish atlas, publish-; against alkali or water logged soil.
ed in 18122, which contains a map; Drainage by deep ditches or by til-
showing that at that time Lake Maichi-' ing had proved to cost $40 to $60 anj
gan and Lake Erie were practically. acre and had usually necessitated for-:
m e e y tojo i n f p r t g .a c f o d e ue d b y l n s w ihoe d y i er n s . T h e s e p)a r a t i o n w a s m a t i o n o f d r a in a g e di s t r i c t s a n d i s s u -Q te
Iuc~:i to jile. ~ nrtge.anc o bodssecredV"lan9s 1. Va lue-f

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NATURAL SNOWSHOES OID ,Thie creatures are calied Snowshoe
!!! [[Ai UB Ikrabbits, sometimes known as V a:'ying:
Iaitrnhrs Their hind feet have long,
spreading toes, which in winter are'
cov(ee with coarse hair, giving the'
rear feet fully tour times the area of,
.. (By Associated Press) ( the fore feet. This natural snowshoe:
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 12.---Rabbi ,:; enables Mr. Rabbit to ti a vel in snow
In the high Cascade mountains are ;iu which the ordinary bunny would
puttting on their snowshoes for the founder.
hard winter ahead. Soon they will be( The Snowshoe rabbit also changes
able to go over the snow without dif-- color in winter. In summer he is
ficulty, thanks to this arrangement ,drown to match the landscape, but ini
with natuzre. winter he becomes entirely Wvhite. j
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SNAPPY lMLE WATERPROOFS
all tego with Colleoge men

$1 .1 0 value. It'S really worth your while to make a special trip.
want to le without one.

You don't

Mrs. So-and-§o, if you are going to be on State Street, today, drop in
andi see the Mirro Aluminum Special Sauce Pan on sale at 69c. A regu flar

a
Varsiy Slickers
(YELLOW OR OLIVE)
A. TOWER CO.
B3OSTON
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Every housewvife should have one of these Mirro Sauce
Pans. It's a quality special, just the right size, and at an
exceptionally low price.
Dont fail to sec them in our window.

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State Street Hardware

3 10 South State St.

Dial 5015

Quality, Quantlily and Prices Right

JUST PLAIN, HOGNEST
There was a time when we
envied the fellow who was com-
monly referred to as a "shrewd"
trader. But we have changed
our minds. It is a c6ompliment We
no longer cherish. There has been
entirely too much "shrewdness"
in the used car business. We
prefer to be known as just plain,
HONEST.
'R. H. AL3ER
205 WEST muraN ST.,

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FISH' L3FANO
VARSrY SWe~
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for ladies,
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DODGE BROTHER~S DEALERaS SELL. 50D USeD CARS

decided in patter
in style that his
instantly noted.
fashions are nevi
nor is fie ever ov
ROSENBERG tN
have for many
ferred, by co liege

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or so -marked

appearance
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are headquarters for the most popular garment on the campus
sowing all styles in Y LLOW, OLIVE,. and COLORS
smen, boys and girls. Our prices will interest you. See Tower's
sparent Kit Coat. Also Cravenettes, Gabardens and Topcoats.

proper

form
The

All Wool Pre-Slirunk In Beautiful Fabrics That. Will Not Fade.
SUITS AND OVEI(COATS
At Only
lManuftictured by
A. NASH & CO.
The Fviod'S tGolden Rule Tailors of Cinclinnati

er~ dressed.

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years
mer

of clothes

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been prne-
both for
and their

Woo!ShaIs andAuoRbs'
All Kinds Blankets-For All Needs.
Leather Jackets'
1LOUSES and BLAZERS,
Are Bought for Less at Our Store

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workmanship

Phone

9736

And ask that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you to
show samples and styles and to take your measure for a suit or
overcoat of which you will be proud.
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Noah clothes.
Zook for this advertisemnit on Tuesday and Friday, of each week.

smart but conservative styles.
SeeOr New Tall and
Winter Importations
JERRY ~al',COA
Tuesday, Nov. 17
Allenel Hotel
1014 CHAPEL STREET " NEW HIAVEN -
" ' MAIL OrPDES -
SATISFACTORILY EXECUTED -I i EAST 47th5TREET- NEW YORK-
58fri JMF1 &fdCosenl1k'V Cohqjor Col & Akm

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We have them in large assortment for ladies and men. In fact we have
made a special effort to give the ladies the newest in outing' jackets, so why
not come to headquarters where largest assortment prevails, also at a saving?
Can be had in Suede, Reindeer, Horse-hide, Sheepskins, Corduroy and Wool
Plaids of many patterns, lined or unlined, in the best grades only as produced
by the leading outing garment manufacturers.
See our WOOL NAVAKO TEST the latest in Jackets.
R*ImE EC HES,
all kinds, in Corduroy, Whipcords, Serge, etc.
Also Moccasin Packs,, High-Tops, Hiking and_ Hunting. Boots,
Rubber Boots, R. 0. T. C. Shoes and Puttees
0. D. Wool and Blanket Shirts, Underwear, Sweaters, Golf Hose, Heavy
and Light Socks, -Overalls and Coverall Suits.

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CORON ADO
New, the curving front, daity
open work-, and spike heel. Te
piref fipst patent leather pump
ypur foot was ever' admired in.

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You Save Money by Coming Downi.
S~u{plie MoI

~ f a clothesln is a girl's $et%
shoes must mratch
No matter what other dine" a girl has, her bes
' t clothes. here is 'a style secr et, a W alk-Over

Downtown in Rear of Post-Office.

2 13 North F~ourth Ave.

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ias pert, perky' and independent as youth itself. Yet it
can cling as the ivy. Wlk=Over pumps do fit, with a
,snug affection was charming as it is comfortable.'~ In
clinging smartness and revealing sophistication such as
this, is the secret of charm' in modern youth ful lothes.

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