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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1931 1

SAMMY SQUIRT : JUST A TEMPORARY LOSS

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NOTICE
SID-7AL LAUNDRY CO.
204 ot Main Phone 3916
Laundry drop box at Barbecue
opposite Angell Hall. 200c
SITUATION wanted by man and
wife a5 cook and porter or :house-
rnt n,\Wornan stood reliable eco-
n«omical cook. Will take reason-
-able vwages. Box A-6.
FOR RENT

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CTUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
S4863. 150
WANTED-Three passengers riding
to New York. Leaving at five p.
m,, Wednesday, October 28. Week-
end of Princeton game. Phone
University 383, 8 to 12 a. in., or
1:30 to 5 p. m. 190

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C. [ or -9p9 ES1Tiny Squirrel Quits,
Tree To Home for
STE ~_~ECUEO University Museum
The University museums are
Two Other Ship Stand by as richer today to thc extent of one
;Freighter Is Caught red squirrel.
in Typnhoon. Friday afternoon a baby squir-
- rel, pos sibly two weeks old, scram-
SAN RANCSCOOct.26,--(AI bled from its nest on a tree along
SANFRAI3C, Ot. 6. A)-the diagonal rear the Romance
Marine Exchan~ge received ad- Language building, and fell from
vices early .today saying all memn- the tree.
-bers of :the crew of the Japanese A crowd* of students gathered
freighter Yoro M1 ain had bieen around, and one of them ventured
saved after the ship had sent out to help the little fellow back up,
distress calls 380 miles south of but he was too young and couldn't
Tokothervssmahchwr even begin to make the stiff grade.
Twoothr vsslswhih wreSo they put him on the ground
niot named, were reported standing and heft him there alone, to face
by. The Yoro Maru, a. Japanese th~e pangs of fortune or what have
coastwise vessel, sent the distress you.
calls after being caught in a ty- Saturday and Sunday passed by,
phoon. She is a vessel of 2,213 his terrestrial existence, evading
gross tons. the campus dogs and an occasion-
The transport °U. S. $. Grant drc- al cat.
ported that the Chamber of Comn- Monday he still was crambling
merce marine department early to-abuintesm lotohs
day that it had intercepted an SOS !skin almost bare except for the be-
message from the Yoro Maru say- ginnings of fur around his neck
ing latter vessel was in a typhoon. and a remarkably bushy tail. stu-
Attempts by the radio operator of dents were still attracted to him
the transport to learn further de-. and pestered the little fellow al-
tails of the Yoro Maru's trouble most to death.
o~ o c~umnicte ~thit erefu- Then one considerate lad pick~ed
tile. The transprt left Nagasaki him up and pocketed him and took
four days ago for San Francisco him over to the University muse-
~via Honolulu. ums where he was coaxed to drink
Lloyd's Shipping Register lists some milk from a syringe, his first
two vessels named Yoro Maru. The real food in four days,
second is designated as the Yore _______
Maru, No. 2. Dentists Namea ker,
Vlhuco, trio to O rea ocevar, Yates, 'Wendt
Mi oit eo Seniors in thre Dentistry college
The ~iab~e ofMusi soiet oflast Tuesday elected Roderick Bak-
The Cabr anofIusscd etyof .6er as president of the class for
theirpbogr a for thed etedythe school year.
ther roram fr hecoming sea- Other elections were: Anthony
son, which opens Nov. 4 with aecon- Hocevar, vice-president; Stanley
cert by the -Elschuco Trio of New Yates, secretary; and Otto Wendt,
York.
7'l hi iarc nor~ a .~cc treasurer.

OAATORICAL SEASON,

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Preferred
Next

Scat Sale Will Close
Monday, Manager
Announces.

Rafael Sab atini, tauthor of " Scar-
amouche," "Sea, Hawk," "Captain
Blood" and other romnmtic novels,
will be the first speaker on the
Oratorical associati on's 1931-1932
program. He is scheduled to give
his address Nov. 23 in Hill auditor-
ium.
Martin and Osa Johnson, well-
known African explorers, will be
the second attraction oa the list-
fn their lecture, which will be Ill-
ustrated, they will also introduce
a number of JhIeir pets which they
have captured in their trips to Af-
rica.
The third lecture in the series
brings Bertrand Russell, philoso-
pher, essayist and publicist, who is
well known also as a lecturer. He
will be followed by John B. Ken-
nedy, associate editor and radio
announcer of Collier's magazine.
George W. Wickersham, chair-
man of the National Commission
on Law Enforcement, will be the
fifth speaker on the program and
will be followed by the featured
speaker of the year, Winston Spen-
c e r Churchill, brilliant British
statesman and orator. The address
by Churchill will be the final of the
series.
Henry Mloser of the. speech'dce-
partment, business manager, has
announced that the final date for
preference, in tickets will be Oct.
26. Tickets, however, may be -pur-
chased after that date.

AR I J VV L .LW 111
Approbation of All
bFine Maneuvers
Illinois might have averaged mi-
nus two yards on every four downs
last Saturday, but there's one de-
partment they bhad had us beaten
in. That was their band.
When they marche4 on the field
at Mem~orial stadium to play for
the bomecoming throng, they fur-;
nished what is perha'ps the most
colorful display ever witnessed at
a football gamie.
More than 200 strong, the R.O.T.C.
band. paraded up and dlown the
field decked in dark blue uniforms
set off by blazing orange spats, oi )
ange. General Pershing hats, any ;
Sam Brown belts.a
The Illinois band has been. called
by Sousa and other prominent band
leaders the best college band in the;
world. Certainly they lived up to
their reputation Saturday.
Their most intricate and specta-
cular formation was forminog a
huge shield with an M in the cen-
ter' consisting of three rows of mu-
sicians. While the middle row
stood still the two outside rows
marched in waves around the M
giving the whole formation the ef-1
fect of rippling in a breeze. Facing
the Michigan stands they played
the Yellow and Blue.

__________ISW or thlree furnishecd rooms for
light housekeeping; near hospital,
[,n,, Macross from Mosher-Jordan halls.
Rent $G. Call at 207 Observatory.
0 ' LARGE suite or apartment. Can
IUL~arange for cooking. Also single
UIz oom.,2 235?. 211
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Gov. Murray Moves to Combat
Order of U. S. Court
in Bridge 'War.'
ATIOKA, Okla., Oct. 26.:1'
Moving to render ineff'ective an)
action of the United States district
court, Gov. William II. Murray to-
day ordered Nationaml Guard troops
to proceed again to the D~urant
front of the Red river bridge "war."
The order directed to Col. John
A. MacDonald of Duranf, was is-
sued by Oklahoma's a.ilnnd
ed governor in a dimly-147 ftcd rail -
road station here It 3,20 D.In., iin.-
mediately after bhisarialfrom
Dallas, Tex., where he - poke rSuni-
day liight.
The order, writteii on a tele-
gr,,phi blank, was wired to Col.
A-,eDonald.
It read: "Will take at once nec-
essary troops of your company and
patrol free bridge over the Red
river covering the military zone.
Do not bxother the toll bridge ofr
the road leading to it. Tfake all or-
ders direct from me and keep the
free bridge open to traffic. Wire
receipt of this order."

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jAUTO LOANS -Refinancing, 516
Firs't National. Phone 22001. 156
SALJESMAN either man or woman
with pleasing; personality to work
spare tine arnong the fraternity
and sorority houses -and the best
resIdences of the city. No selling
hu!b. sale ; experience will. help.
)\n-,xcellent paying proposition.
SToll all about yourself, in appli-
- eetio'. Mich. Daily, Box A5. 202
WVAIF 'E) -''..a: ;ers for Prince-
ton, $14 for round trip. Call 8517.
H1ainiond L. Dunn. 199
PRINCETON AND NEW YORK--
Round trip $20. Driving Lincoln,
will take 4--5 passengers. Call
23555 noons and evenings. 192
WANTED-- Ca'.re of children, 2 to 4
year iro 8a. into 3:30 p. m.,
1w ~ au~te sudetswife. For
1 i- iii fo ~rmr on dial 3619.
212
SPRI,.cT ; ND'IQE rUNT)$10.
P1 ll ,2-13 o c : r.ons.j
208
PRIN..,ETON AND NEW YORK-
oudtrip $20. Lincoln car. Will
t~e4-5 passengers. Call 23555.

$150 for good Hudson Coach, driven
less than 18,000 miles by careful
woman driver. 928 Oakland. 207
LOST
LOST-Cameo gold ring in front of
main library. Call Stewart, 7534.
Reward given. 206
ROOM AND BOARD
GOOD room and board if prefer-
red. Close to campus. Vqry rea-
sonable. 1317 Washtenaw. Phone
4354. 210
WANT ADS PAY

SPECIAL!
f EXTRA PANTS FREE
f Suit ...............$25
Seit ............$.30
Suit.............$3
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mih0-S2 Packard
Today, 5:30 to 7:30
ROAST BEEF, YORKSHIRE
PUDDING
STUFF9b -PORK CHOPS,
JELLY
LAMB CHOPS, MINT JELLY
MASHED CPR FRI'ED
POTATOES
SCALLOPED ,CORN OR PEAS
STRING 1BEANS
INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN PIES

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Fraternities, Clubs, Sororities
Herman Simms'
HOT "PEP"PER
ORCHESTRA-
Singing and Entertaining
Furnishing Music for
Dances, Parties, Blanquets
Phone or Write
Walnut. 2775-W
6023 Scotten Ave.
Detroit, Mich.



50 good a
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Haflowe'e Sat., Oct. 31st
We have
Spc oa Boxes of Bctsy Ross
JQ~l~tn'sand ilbert Candy.
Noveltiks for Your Party
BETSY ROSS SHOP
1-5N'ckcls Arcade

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TALLULAJ-IBANKHEAD
--- WEDNESDAY -

"I've tried all cigarettes and there's none
so good as LUCKIES. And incidentally I'm
careful in my choice of cigarettes. I have
to be because of my throat. Put me down
as one who always reaches for a LUCKY.
It's a real delight to find a Cello-
phane wrapper that opens without
an ice pick."

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Jean Harlow first set the screen
ablaze in "Hell's Angels," the
grat pair film{ and she almost stole
the show from a fleet of fifty planes.
See her "Go/die," a Fox film and
clumb~a's ""Platinum Blonde."

Dial 5931

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Made of the finest tobaccos N"
The Cream of many Crops -mLUCKY
STRIKE olone off ers'the throat protection
of the exclusive "TOASTING" Process
which includes th use of modern Ultrai
Violet Rays -the process that expels
certain harsh, biting irritants naturally
present in every tobacco leaf. Thesee
expelled irritants are not present in
your LUCKY STRIKE. "They're out-s they
cant be ;in!" No wonder LUCKIES are
always kind to your throat.

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D)AVID IMANNFIRS
JOHN MACKBON
HELEN CH4AN DLER
ELLIOT NUG--NT

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