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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATtURDAY,I

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flflAIK' CA W .L IRMAN OF NEW RADIOBOARD STORM=PROOF TELEPHIONE
KEEPS R ECE IVIJTNG SE TON DESK~ CABLE WILL SPAN STATE
MANY PR[ISI NfTIflF I - C (',t rI Oio 1 of a stcrix-ro

Plans Arbor Day SEVERAL SCHOOLS O'GBRIEN REPORTS
- CONDEMN HAZING! TRAFFIC BETTER
1 sevei al scl ools, including Oliio, "Traffic coildltions ini Anni Arbor

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traus-state telclihone cable which xil'
rca oh from Ilhe east1to he wi~est ccas,
,; t 1he statedie 5being ioe.;uii1?by l;
i'\iicl ian RBell Telephone companfy. t,
ollill at ! Service'( 111 ei'rU'4 iorns al
(Ir t[~ U cutlisfor theC' row i jigtel eiphor
traffic from the cities of soul herlr
lE diganl to 1:int; cut side tlle stat°
S'he alewhich \i,(carry.V'250 air:
c f v: ires, will be cownplced ill m
!ocm::,i' of 1,928, and will cot.approx-
i .,tely $:,59)0.0.~0. 'Through this i-
1'''0 vi'i t U illlo.3t'COifln'tC ')rot3ct 1011
h;iirst interruption of the long dis
8(rit' C!'F~t'O Obv stormi of other agen-
likely a re))etit tilOnf the widesprea(
damage d(le In southwestcrn :'pdx3
c, utlerni Xiclihigan by fhe heavy sle'
St 0r11 of March 20, this year.- ' 1
('Ubje will, the carrie d aePially(op
poles c~xc.("At. 1hr'ough rctiCS and tow its
where it will go 1undergiroundc.
'. AN lNtRD.---A inedical1 student is
?t'lOrkf;le is way t hrough school b:y
fconductinrg a rattlesnak~e farim.
'UTAI I.----To avert elod ion scandals,
tall campaigning has been barred onl
election day.

S tate lfi C 'i t and the U niversity ofis o s l, s n w a t d c ; o w I '.,
?a1o)0i' ion olf h;ing" of fr: shmen l in any.
'i , y. "A3u- innwho is iany. a
cconlwced with throwing a fresha oi~
Iii the Ia he will sever his ('oifile~tct
Withth universit y",altated Pre'.iden1t
tivcri't\', tannoun :cing the 1nd of
The Dilyv Cardiral, -lnivcritv of Wis-
Secuin stid~ent p111)1ication, S,,at, s thtt
:"freshmeln rfles a'd d <oho)Inore I radi-
tions ai e giving waiy ibefore aifi en-
ig htenied uppei- class sentiment to the
effecit that freshmen have a right to'be
ti'eated like Iitiniarlbeinlgs."
Ilazinig has been complet ely abolish3-
cel at CMapitol univ rsity3. Columibs:,,
Ohio.

lave been greatly- imp~rovd in many
wiays since the beginning of the strict
enfforcemrenlt of the student autonlobile
rules,' said Chrief O'Br'ien of thle A1nn
Arbohr police del)artmnent when ques-
tionecster-~iwlay. Ile stated that thereo
leave beeon far fewver traffic violations
than' beeic and that a general res-
poe, tt for sunch rule~s as the sttop signs
antd other cite ordllnances 1ertaiiling
to antomiobiles has lbeen noticeable
Speeding hIms decreased greatly, also,
accordin ; to Chief O'B~rien, who says
that he inns been able to seea' dif-
fcrence in the numlher of cars operat-
(,d by, students dute to the enforcement
o the rule.1
YALE.-The Vate Scientific Maga-
zine has appeared on the campus.

Iladio's "Boss of th etherli i,"' H. G :d~)U1\ . 1;u1;.'c, ('I=iirnrli
of the iiewlv-croai cii Fedeoral ra dio bo i', ke'sa ice vii-g .;c§ on hisdeski
at the Delparuaeit o1 Comniercec,5so1thfit he ca- i *1 ude in.?
FOR CCRETO FDFCENCIES
"To cheek up on health assets and srch. chart:; ipdlcates that medical
~liabilities and thus to bring out in at tcition i , needed. Iii all, like lihood
a practical sway what has been taught no serious condition is sheo wn, but the
in theory is the purpose of the health!,teetli need dlental caicc, the eyes need
examinations no0w given to students of, to be refracted, 01r somei other condi-
hygiene," states Dr. 'Warren Ii. .For- tion which later miay lead to a serious
sythe, director of the Uiversity health cnditioui needs attet~ion~f.
service. By this health examinxtion ofd his
'To those who successfully pass the! own person, the siudoit of hygiene is
examrinationr are given gradledl haits' taught a practical lesson attesting; to
indicating that no dlefects have becen the value of lisa health examination.
foundl medical attention," Dr. Forsythie lie realizes to a full extent the p~romlpl
continued. "Fully 50 pecr cent of the attentien 'to (defects necessary.
charts of the members of the class in
hygiene have been retained by the ex- ou~io sTATE.-Freshman hiazing,
aminer, however. The retention OF' has been banned.

Chlres La thirwc Pack
lPresident of the American Tree as-;
sociation of Washington, whro gives
the Arbor Day service: "Do not walt
juntil you are (lead ; plan your. own
mnemornial." It is his belief that a treeI
is the finest mnemorial a man cane
have, and is ruring millions of Amer-
ic'ans to plant a. tree today.

The Value of Selectingr Pipes
and Tobaccos
Choose by. comparson-mnany smokers have adopted i t.
Come to our new Humidor. Select your personal tobacco,
kept at an ideal temperatur-e in which tobaccos attain their
h ghest dcgree of excellence.

Siliuld nay fh~aIlf 40 ou'lt W11,11 I
thme quality Orr coimdftion'of ~nr
i obt' os 01'nierchlinuilsec'x
ech : ,. e i wll be gladly mande.

HEADQUARTIERS FOR PIPES
E4,01 Oli futly Eftaa*tteld.

Leave Your Watches With Us
Our Expcert Repair Department Docs
Unexce lied Worle.
THE STATE STREET JEWELERS

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SPECIALS
1're-F-~our cans of 15Sc Dill's Best with each dollar pipe
or over. Special price on box cigars to fraternity smokers
and clubs. "Thank you."
United Cigar Store Humidor
Michigan Theatre Bldg..
x533 East Liberty St.
.1',1N Al'it. TITERS, Siles agent

ROYAL IPALM [SPAGlETTI

COOPER'S,
M0TCENETTE
Rich wNit II ( iair V cheese,
laden -with browned bits of
mneat. Altogether, a r'eal treat.
It is one reason that will con-
vi ice you that here is a

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"GOOD PLACE TO EAT"
(over IuerriilJ Iratt's)

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"Still setting the style pace, aren't y'ou? Glad I'm not the parent who pays
and pays and pays."
"Ah, that's the point. It's an Erskine Siff and economy is its secret passion.
Don't +udge its cost vy its appearance."

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S PEAKING frankly, who cares a fig for bore and stroke,
cubic displacement and all of that. The car of today
is the one that slips through traffic like an All-American
halfback wriggles through a brokens fie ld; 'turns on a
dime'with nine cents ch-ange and pops into a parking
space with a hair's breadth clearance fronit and rear.
To match the spirit of American youth a -motor carnnust
have "It." "It'' is the ability to chase the horizon all
day without panting; smart good looks fhat do credit
to the intelligence of its owner an'd ri l:ngr comfort that
wins a sigh of complete case.
That's why the Erskinre Six Custom Coupe is taking
America's youth by storm. Stdyle Conceived in Paris --
design by Dietrich, the master desig ner--speed that lets
you decide whether or not the coxbehind will pass. And,
will it stand up? Studebak#r builds it-Q. ES. D.
Take possession of an Erskine .Six today. Drive 4t over
roads other cars fear. Forget the gearshift lever. Revise
all your notions of motoring. You're riding in -a car
that has set a new pace for others to try and follow.

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He wasn't a taxidermist or a taxidermist's son-but{
he had to buy a taxi, for he couldn't hire one! That it
had been stolen, that it contained a mysterious 10,000-
' lar necklace made no difference to this modern Sir Walter
'- aeigh-only death could stop him from getting his sweetie
home with dry feet. Every inch of this clicks with joy and
excitement.
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The Erskine Six Custom C'upe, as illastrated, sells for $99I f- o. b. faciory,
c mp Ich with front and rear bumpers and ;el}-energi'#n,9 ¢-wh~eel brakes.

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