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THE MICHIGAN

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1931 '

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NOTICE
IDEAL LAUNDRY CO.
204 North Main Phone 3916
Laundry drop box at Barbecue
opposite Angell Hall. 200c
SITUATION wanted by man and
wife as cook and porter or house-
man. Woman good reliable eco-
nomical cook. Will take reason-
*able wages. Box A-6. 213,
FURNISH THE CAR - Passengers
furnish the gas--through to St.
Joseph, Friday P. M. Crosby,

FOR RENT
TWO or three furnished rooms for
across from Mosher-Jordan halls.
Rent $6. Call at 207 Observatory.
LARGE suite or apartment. Can
arrange for cooking. Also single
room. 22352. 425 So. 'Division.
211
FURNSHED APART'ENT--South,
east, and west exposure. Also
double and single room. Steam
heat, shower, garage. 422 East
Washington. Dial 8544. 215c
FOR REINT-Single, one double
room. Warm and quiet. Students
or business men. Reasonable.
324 Thompson. 214
SOU'T'HEAST SECTION - Fairly
'large attractive roomn, single. or
double, six windows. For instrir-
tor or upperclassman. Very nc
and clean. Warm in win r.
Steam, hot shower bath. In
French family. Excellent cuisine.
Breakfast and dinner at night.
Phone ,,96. 220

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LUCKY!
Three Split $5000 for Arrest
of Torch Murderers.
DETROIT, Oct. 28.---(/P)-Wayne
to Move to West county auditors Tuesday approved
ng Building the distribution of $5,000 in rewards
Room. to three Ypsilanti residents for in-
formation which led to the arrest
u, Stump speakers' and conviction of the slayers of
L~, tumptwo young women and two young
ring and architc- men in the torch slayings near
outgrown its quar- Ypsilanti last August. Sums oJi $2,-
n and is to move 000 each will be given to George
;ineering building, Nelms and Frank Johnston and the
rackett announced $1,000 balance to Ralph Southard,
Ypsilanti chief of police. The dis-
tribution was approved by Harry S.
and speech group Toy, prosecuting attorney.
od foams in the The rewards included $3,000 given
to an increase in by the auditors and $1,000 each
ing the last two by the Detroit Times and the De-
troit News.
ange was made
$100 Awarded Student
xt Wednesday will for Bet Composition
few location. It is
d a preliminary C. C. Willing, grad., has been
club rooms in the awarded a prize by Street and
building and then Smith, publishers, for the best col-
s will be assigned lege story of the month. Willing re-
ns for the actual ceived $100 for his composition.
he evening. The story, "The Power Of The
enrollment, mem- Pressed," will be published in the
eased over 60 per December issue of College Stories
and will go on sale November 4th.

FOREST SOURCE OF PUBLIC REVENUE
RAMSDELL DECLARES IN RADIO TALK'
Return One-Fourth of Receipts be developed on cut over, burned
to Counties Wherein over, and culled over lands which
They Lie. makes the-task much more difficult
than in our western mountain areas.,
Forests return one-fourth of their These lands have experienced a
gross reecipts to the counties within rapid timber exploitation so that
which they lie, and an additional there is only a few patches of real
10 per cent for the improvements old growth timber left.
of roads, Prof. Willett F. Ramsdell "In the re-creation of this famed
of the forestry and conservation1 I h eceto fti ae
school, said yesterday afternoon in forest region there is indeed a task
a radio talk over station WJR. requiring vision, patience, and hard
The government has three na- continuing drive toward the final
tional forests in Michigan, Professor objectives," added Professor Rams-
Ramsdell stated. The primary ob- dell, "to be reached in full only by
ject of these forests isrto conserve succeeding generations.
a portion of our forest resources for ____________________
the benefit of all the people.
A national forest is a great bene-E*
fit to a community, Professor Ram-
dell continued. "It is interested in W Pakr
moth national and social welfare {82 Packard
through the production of wood Today, 5:30 to 7:30
products, the fostering of wild life, Liver and Bacon
the development of public recrea- Broiled Hamburg Steak,
tional areas and facilities, and the Fried Onions
amelioration of climate and regula- i Baked Ham, Raisin Sauce
tion of stream flow through the Roast Beef, Horseradish
forest influence. Spanish Pork Chops
Michigan's national forests must Oven Fried or Baked Potatoes
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NI
NOV. 6 and 7
Auspices Players League
n You Are Successful Sec
Crosby Gaige's Production of
Channing Pollock's great play
It will help you keep your sense
of proportion and save you from
sacrificing your ideals and build'
ing your real happiness upon
shifting sands. A great play--a
great entertainment and a great
message 1
PRICES---ORCHESTRA.................
BALCONY ....... $1.00-s.
MAIL ORDERS NOW

WANTED-
AUTO LOANS-Reinancing. 516
First National. Phone 22001. 156
WANTED-Care of children, 2 to 4
years from 8a. m. to 3:30 p. m.
further information dial 3619.
212
GHTS STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
4863. 150
WANTfE-1 stdentstoworki
evenings. Unusual ]Pay. Inter-
view by Mr. Mages. Second floor,
Union Lobby. 7-8'30. 217
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Afull dress suit. Call
Vesprike. Phone 23169. 219
LOST
LOST-Tri Delta pledge pin. Re-
turn to Betsy Barbour. 21716,
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