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The RS-1, largest semi-rigid dirigible in the world and once pride of the army, has gone to the junk
heap. The craft, which cos $600,000, is shown as it appeared at Scott Field, Ill., while in use. Left is shown
the frame work and gondolas after a St. Louis junk dealer started wrecking it. He paid $900 for it. At
right is the rudder.
GENOESE SAILORS START TREASURE
STUDENT HUNT DESPITE PREVIOUS DISASTERS
Gold Sunk Near Brest Claims steamer Artigio, with ten bodies in
H A Two Ships, 11 Lives I the hold. Near the island of Sark
lies its sister-ship, the Raffio, with
in Expeditions. one body buried in the same watery
ThE CARE OF ETWE SKIN grave.
ANW IiAR / GENOA, Italy, June 2. -- ( -) Each ship sank through accident.
K. M. Davenport, M.ID. Sunken gold off the coast of France The Artiglio, after trying vainly to
The skin is often referred to as has lured hardy sailors and divers lift the gold from the Egypt, di-
"the mirror of its contents," and of this port to another attempt at verted its efforts to the steamer
it is a truth that phenorfiena in treasure hunting, despite disastrous Florence, sunk in World war days
the skin often enable the physician finishes to two previous expeditions with a cargo of several hundreds
to make a diagnosis of a serious in which two ships and eleven lives of tons of explosives.
internal derangement. It is of im- were lost.
physician if the skin complaint is lars of it-lies in the steamer Egypt, hull to break up the ship, which
an i s mpln sunk near rest. Not far away lies was interfering with port traffic.
not an obviously simple one. Fur- the wreck of the Genoese salvage The mines set off the explosives in-
thermore, 'the indiscriminate use of sd h hpa eladteA-
the many patented ointments, and - tiglio was blown to pieces.
"good old-fashioned" remedies oft- The Marine Salvage Co., then
en tend to make much more severe sThe MaisneSalva o., then
a relatively simple condition. It What's sent the sister-ship Rafflo to carry
wson the work. This ship, too, was
would seem obvious that if these aydiverted from its objective and be-
patented nostra were of any value, Goinggan salvage operations on the ship
they would be employed by the Jeanne Marie, sunk four miles from
medical profession, but few people the island of Sark in the English
seem to realize this' fact, so the j. channel.
suffering public is deluged with _
various remedies, either valueless _:..-.--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_
or definitely detrimental. THEATRES
In general, it may be said that E Es Trade NU HAIR Mar
the care of the skin and hair con- Lydia Mendelssohn-B 1 a n c h e
sists chiefly of keeping clean. Daily Yurka in "Caprice." A little attention this time
bathing is to be recommended for Michigan yAdolphe Menjou, Mary Aftear wl save you a lot
most people although the hard wa- Brian, Pat O'Brien, Edward Everett of hair. Only a few app lcat
ter of this district causes many to Horton, and Slim Summerville in tions of NU HAIR will be
develop an uncomfortable itchiness. "The Front Page," and Don Miller a wonderful help to your
cieeop hiasnomfotabe ithnesin "Hats." scalp.
For this reason, water softeners Majestic-Mary Brian, Kay Stroz- It is safe and aids the
should be nstalled wherever prac- ziand John Halliday in "Captain growth of hair, checks dand-
ticable. For most individuals, a Applejack" and Chester Conklin in ruff and helps bring the scalp
weekly shampoo with a good qual- 'e,"iand ,, to a h e a l t h y condition.
ity brand of soap is recommended Gents of Leisure. Passed by the Michigan State
Y the hair is unusually oily, that Wuerth-Grant Withers and Eva- Board of Pharmacy.
is, if the oil glands of the scalp lyn Knapp in "Sinners Holiday. On sale at Calkins-Fletcher,
are unusually active, shampooing SPORTS Swifts, Edsell, Witham and
may have to be resorted to more Baseball-Illinois versus Varsity, Broadway Pharmacy. Only
frequently. This increased activity 2:30 o'clock, Ferry fieldn dollar a jar.
of the oil glands produces the con- CORYELL LABORATORY
dition commonly known as dand- GENERAL P. O. Box i, Ann Arbor, Mich.
druff, and if this is marked, thIq Chemistry Colloquium Lecture- P Bnr
physician is best fitted to tell what"The Rate of Recomposition of Nit- __
should be done about it. The con- rogen Pentoxide at Low Pressures,"
dition responds very readily to by E. F. Linhorst, 4 o'clock, room
proper treatment. The habit of 300, Chemistry building. M C HIG A N
sousing the hair with water before -
combing it is a reprehensible one, LAST TIMES TODAY
as this tends to wash out the na- The Inside Story
tural oil, resulting in brittleness. In BRI AHT S T
fact, this habit is a factor in the 802 PACKARD ST. of Big Timet
production. of baldness, although TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30
this is for the most part a familial SPAGHETTI WITH MEAT BALLS
tendency. SHREDDED LETTUCE PRSTs a
The age group which is repre- VEAL LOAF, COTTAGE CHEESE S MLFSTONr y
dented by a university student is POTATO CHIPS P _ODO C T1 O N
tihe age of acne, which is the con- OAF E L
dition on the face, chest and shoul- COFFEE, MILK
ders in which "pimples,"- and3!
'iblackheads". appear. Much can be . 5:30 to 7:30 - v""rr A
done for this condition by the phy- BAKED STUFFED HEART
4ician. The "blackheads" should be MEAT LOAF, TOMATO SAUCE 4 -
BAKED HAM, RAISIN SAUCE- {
te moved, as each is a potential ROAST PORK, APPLE SAUCE
iustule, when the little plugged ROAST BEEF, MUSHROOM
gland becomes infected. Soap and. NEW POTATOES, MASHED OR :
water should be used plentifully, CREAMED
ogether with appropriate local MIXED VEG TABLE SALAD (S
remedies, and a reduction in the 35c
starchy elements of the diet._ _ _ _ _ _
Cosmetics are the source of a
good deal of sin unhealthiness,I1
and the abuse of cosmetics should -
be interdicted. In general, the
cheaper brands of powders and
touges are the least harmful. They 1
are light in texture and do not plug
ip the minute glands as much as
do the heavier brands.
Yo: wllget more out

IVfA Steals Locomotive
INOID U. ULU 1AY to Pay Visit Home
N GP TRENTON, N. J., June 2.-(A)-
I HI g auCharles H. Barbour, dairy farm
- --hand, was lonely. He wanted to go
Charges of Drunkeness Sifted to Hurt, Va., to visit his parents.
at In vestigatio: Into But railroads won't sell tickets
without cash payment and Barbour
Shipwreck. lacked the fare.
LO ESJek.-A Disconsolate, he walked into a
LOS ANGELES, June 2.-(P1)-As roundhouse nearby. A shining loco-
tugs jockeyed with tides today to motive, with a full head of steam
save the steamer Harvard, wrecked up, hissed and waited, ready for
Saturday oft Point Arguello, in- action.
vestigations into the cause of the
mishap centered about the condi- Baour trned i the and
tion of the weather and the crew. pulled a lever, turned a valve and
Capt. S. A Kennedy, in charge of tyaned a gadget. The locomotive
an inquiry here, said he would in- started to move.
vestigate reports of use of liquor Suddenly there was an explosion.
by the crew and that the weather The cylinder heads blew off and the
was clear at the time. Original re- Brde to Ole Virginny ended
ports from the Harvard said it went Br" ous heldhi$3."
aground in a blinding fog. for "malicious mischief."
Capt. A. M. Wennerlund of the
freighter San Anselmo, which aid-
ed in the safe transfer of the 497'
passengers, testified at a federal l ANT ADS-PAY
hearing in San Francisco that re-
ports all the Harvard's crew was --
"drunk" were unfounded. le said, . --
however, that two stewards, who
had no part in navigation of the FRATERNITY J W .kRY
I vessel, were "as drunk as any man a
I could get." A RCADE JF
A survey showed damage salvage
operators estimated at $200,000 CART
above the Harvard's waterline. E
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