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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)'Brien Submits List Of Traffic 'Don'ts'
nd Fines As Warning To Student Drivers

A Trio of Uusua Attractions
DOUBLE FEATURE AND STAGE SUNDAY

Although there will probably be a
thousand fewer student cars in Ann
Arbor this winter than in previous
years, towing to the new student auto-
mobile ruling, Chief Tommy O'Brien
of the police department feels that'
the two hundred and some odd others
who still retain their driving rights,
for one reason or another, should be
Warned of the more wrequently vio-
lated traffic regulations and the fines
accompanying them.
In listing the "don'ts" not merely
for students, but for drivers in gen-
eral, the chief named as strictly taboo
the following: Driving with a siren,
riding four in the drivers seat of an
automobile, driving without.. driver's
licensa, riding with an open muffler,
parking in restricted areas, parking at
night without lights, and driving
against the red light or stop sign on
boulevards.
O'Brien also naned a few other city
rguiiations that are not so commonly
known to the student body. One is to
the effect that playing eit-h'er football
or baseball in the streets or on the
adjoining parkings is in direct viola-
tion of a city ordinance. He also men-
tioned that in Ann Arbor bulldogs
must be kept muzzled the year round.
and must all be vaccinated for rabies.
Fines charged for each of the above
offenses are as follows: Drivingiwith

a siren, $5 and confiscation of the
siren; four in the driver's seat, $5;
driving with open muffler, $10; park-
ing in restricted areas or at night
without lights', $1; driving against
stop lights, $5; playing ball in the
street, $:,.45; and $10 for failing to
lhave dog vaccinated or foi┬░ 1bulldog
without muzzle.
AMERICA TO HEAR
FRENCH_ NOVELIST
(y Associated Press)
PARIS, Sept. 24.-Andre Maurios,
whose studies of the British, living
and dead, have niade him oi of the
most popular of French authors with
English-speaking readers, is going to
the United States this autumn to lec-
ture at Harvard; Princeton and Co-
lumbia, as well as on more public plat-
forms.
At Princeton the French writer,
who also is a silk nianufacturer at
Lyons, will lecture on "The Making
of a Novelist," giving stddies of Dick-
ens, .Balzac, Meredith, Tolstoi, Flau-
bert and Priust. At Columbia and
Harvard his subject will be "4 Com-
parison of French and English Char-
acter."
M. Maurois is at present at work
on a novel and a life of Byron.

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Baked Lake Trout

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Roast Spring Chicken, Celery Dressing
Chicken a la King on Toast

Stuffed Breast of Veal

Sweet Potatoes

Roast Fresh Ham and Apple Sauce

Roast Leg of Veal

Green Peas

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Hot Parker House Rolls

Butter Combs

Salad, Desert and Drinks

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