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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1926

TH

E MICIHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

RESCUERS STILL DIG IN RUINS OF CAMP

Gayest Opera Season Since War 4 rmirlt-zgrt Vai
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This column closes at 3 P. Al. date preced-
pin imdueation. Notice of any error must be
eix in iume for the second insertion.
CASH RATES
Teil cets ir re iliig line (on the hasia o:
six avera e ords to the line) for: one ,or two
Nine ceuts per reaamimg line for three or nre
isertimus.
Cash 1classif il received at the Daily office
in The ress B ni ldiibg on Al ayiiard Stircet.
CONTRACT RATESi
Spieial standardized rafes given on .applica-
LOST-Auto robe between Hill ant
Packard. Reward. Return to 610
Forrest Ave. 7-8-9.
LOST-A silver luik bracelet with a
Sigma Pi seal. Call 9617. 8-9-10.I
LOST--$25 reward for information
leading to recovery of a Ford road-
ster with white wire wheels, stolen
in front of Literary building, Wed-
nesday, February 24 between 8 and
9 a. m. License 490926-1925 model,
engine number 12010844. Mr. Keller.
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Fish From Michigan Hatcheries1
Open New York Swimming Season

y mine camp in Bingham Canyon,
uried the camp. Photo shows men dig-
nown entirely until spring.
but the intervening years are a mys-
tery that no naturalist has 'solvcd.
"Fish seem to have some very I
acute sense that leads them each year
back to their same spawning waters.
Fish have been tagged one year at
their destinations and checked as they
found their way out of the little in-
land lake or stream into a big river
or the ocean. The next year the
same fish will be found in the same
obscure source-water, even if there
have been dozens of intervening forks
and lakes."

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If you

NEW YORK, Feb. 25.-Several
weeks of winter are still ahead ac-
cording to the ground hog, most flow-
ers are still sleeping and spring hatsI
are milliners' fiction, but there are
those who find the season just ripe
for coming to life. They are members
of the fish family, who are hatching'
now in New York's big aquarium.
Twenty-five thousand tiny, gummy i
looking eggs of black-spotted trout,!
contained in six trays, are cracking at
frequent intervals. The small black f
eyes which show through the trans-
parent skin of the sheels open on a;
chilly world, bodies a quarter of anf
inch long wriggle through the open-
ings of the wire mesh tray and thou-
sands of orphan trout stake to the
open spaces of well cooled water.
Fifty degrees is too cold for most
spring swimmers, but theyoung trout
find it just about right.
Originally shipped from a United
States Fisheries in Michigan, they
are publicly hatched in the aquarium
as an educational feature. A fewI
weeks after hatching, when the baby
trout have absorbed their yolk-sack I
and have become independent bread-
winners, they will travel again, in
their refrigerated cases, to the lakes
and streams in the region of the Pali-
sades above New Ybrk.
Several thousand Chinook salmon,
already hatched and living a lively
life in a tank adjoining the trout
eggs, will reach! a similar destina-
tion. Their eggs were shipped all the
way from Oregon. Their itinerary
habits are stranger than those of al-
miost any other fish, said Mr. Louis

V. Mowbray, director of the New York
Aquarium.
"Salmon are a deep sea fish, and
yet they have the habit of coming to
fresh water to spawn. Far up the
fresh streams and lakes of the Pacific
coast, or East, in Maine, they spawn.
IThe young salmon find their way out
to the ocean again, and for three
years their locality and life is un-
known to us. At the end of that time
they will swim up to the fresh waters,

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THE THEATER

Today-Screen
Arcade-"The Eagle," with Rud-
olph Valentino.
Majestic-"Bright Lights," with
Charles Ray.
Wuerth - "Flaming Waters,"
with Mary Carr.
Today--Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "S t o l e n
Fruit."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Man Who Came Back."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Rainbow Rose."
XKew Detroit (Detroit) - "Am-
erican Born," George 1 Co-.
han.

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You will be pleased with the Spring
Flowers that you can get here
Flowers by wire anywhere
Phone 6030 State at Liberty-
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NOTICE
A. NASR Co., (goldenIi Rile 'lalors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 8-9i
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf
WHEN ITS any thing in Music or
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
Pen Shop and you will get REAL ink,
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
Pen and ink Specialists 315 S. State
SUITS-For your new spring suit,
see Joseph W. Kollauf, The Tailor,
115 1-2 'So. Main St. 8-9-10-11.
NOTICE-Mr. Taylor, vice-president
of Oregon State Spiritualist associa-'
tion will lecture. Charles M. WhaleyI
of Detroit, well known here will fol-
low with messages. Written ques-1
tions answered. Feb. 26th, 7:30
p. m. at 318-E. Jefferson St. Public
invited. 7-8-9.
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and. best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.!
0. D. MORRILL,f
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Storel
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
Arnold's State St, Jeweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, 'all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you,
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.

NOTICE
SClAL8ERLE & SON. 10 S. Main :1
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th., f., st.. if.
CLEAMNG
LENGTHEN the life of your clothes by
giving them proper attention. Cheer
up. Wahl's, 7814. 7-8-9-10-11-12
WANTED
WANTED --Graduate student ,vishePw
a hot water or steam heated room.
with private family. Would lik
evening; meal also: Box C4. 89:
WANTED-Student engineer des ire5
room near Wta4shte'nzm , betXen
-Sorth University and Fair Oaks.
Wishes to be drly studtiet in house.
Box G3, Mich. Daily.:910.
WANTED Stenographic or typing po-
sition by U. of M. grad. Six years
business and campus experience.
Can give full or part time days or
evenings. 8--10.
WANTED-Stenographer or typing po-
sition by U. of M. grad. Six years
business and campus experience.
Can give full or part time days or
evenings. Box 65.: 8-9-10.
WANTED-Individuals who should
like to earn a good commission so-
liciting orders for Encyclopaedia
Dritannics, communicate with Marks
915 Sybil. Dial 9023. 9-10-11.
WANTED-20 men for summer work.
Guarantee $38.00 a week, for those
who can qualify. Phone Glidden,
21349 after 6 1. in. for appointment.
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-3 Room apartment two
blocks south of the campus. Call
7238. 9-10-11.
FOR RENT-Front sleeping room, sun
room for study. Garage if desired.
1231 Olivia. 9-10-11.
FOR RENT-Double room, very pleas-
ant, steam heat, fire place, board if
desired. Half block from bus. Dial
4546. 9-10-11.
FOR RENT-4 room furnished apart-
merit, reasonable, -near campus.
Everything furnished. Phone 4377,
525 Walnut Ave. 8-9-0.
FOR RENT-Pleasant room 'suitable
for one or two students or profes-
sors. 831 Brookwood. Dial 4888.
8-9-10
FOR RENT-Two furnished light
housekeeping rooms; steam heat,
modern, 1050 Wall. Dial :4487.
8-9-10
FORTRENT-Four room unfurnished
apartment, 1-2 block from campus,
private bath. Phone 5779. 8-9-10.
FOR RENT-1 apt., 1-2 block from
campus. Four rooms unfurnished.
Both with private bath. Dial 5779.
5-6-7-8-9-10
FOR RENT-Double room and suite,
phone 7022. 7-8-9.
FOR RENT-Central, modern apart-
ment, Zwerdling Fur Shop. Phone
8507. 7-8-9.
FOR RENT-Campus (one block), ten
room house, newly decorated, mod-
ern. Phone 7022. 4-5-6-7-8-9.
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TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING I
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.1
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
PEN REPAIRING
Your fountain pen is a delicate in-
strument. Let no tinker work on it.
Rider's Pen Shop has the parts, ma-
chinery and skill to do it right. It
costs no more. Quick service. 315 S.
State St. Tues, Thurs, Sun. tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
NEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor Records.
Schaeberle & Son, 119~ S. -Main St.
tf.
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher and
soloist, thirty years experience,
SMandolin, banjo, guitar, and chord
construction. Telephone 4757.
Wed,, Fri., Sun.; tf.

FOR SALE-One Ford battery, excel-
lentrcondition, used only two weeks
for radio. Dial 9175, or call at 1210
Washtenaw. 8-9-10.

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Yes, made-to-measure suits as tailored by
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suit, thus insuring lasting shapeliness.
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