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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1935

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-Associated Pressk Pioto
Old tricycles, old wheels and other metal bits dear to the heart of
a youngster, are being sacrificed by Italian children to help Mussolini
win his colonial war in case the League of Nations cuts off metal im-
ports. A boy is shown contributing his share.
Oxygen, Usually One Of Man's
'Best Friends,' Can Be Harmful

County Roads
To Be Sanded
By ommission
With Ann Arbor streets threaten-
ing to dig themselves in for the win-
ter, Kenneth Hallenbeck, county
Road Commissioner, has turned
sandman with elaborate plans to keep
local motorists out of. the trenches
for the duration of the winter.
In the Ann Arbor yard of the,
county road commission out on West
Washington Street workmen have
been shoveling for the past few weeks
on a huge pile of sand trucked in
from pits throughout the county to
combat the ice and packed snow
forming on city streets.
The sand is dug from the pits
before the ground has an opportunity
to freeze, and mixed with about 75
pounds of calcium chloride per cubic
yard to prevent its freezing as it
stands in the yards, and to moisten
it so that it will sink into the ice
when spread.
A fleet of 26 snow-fighting units,
including sand trucks, spreaders,
and plows, are ready to keep the
country roads open to motorists this
year. Seven new plows have been_
added to the group, as well as ak
bucket loader at the yards that
throws the sand into the trucks at
a rate of four cubic yards a min-
ute.I
Special automatic spreaders, as
well as the new plows, were developed
and built in the local shops, accord- 7
ing to Mr. Hallenbeck, and are work-
ing more satisfactorily than com-
mercial units now on the market.
Regret Giving
Honor Degree
To Roosevelt
BALTIMORE, Dec. 3.-(Al)-The
Catholic Review says in a front page
editorial in a current issue that Cath-
olics were expressing 'deep regrets"
at the action of University of Notre
Dame in offering an honorary degree
to President Roosevelt.
Signed by Monsignor Albert E.
Smith, editor-in-chief, the article
said the degree was extended "for
no other reason" than "in gratitude
for the independence of the Philip-
pine Islands, a Catholic country."
Monsignor Smith wrote there was
"not the slightest reason" to inter-
pret the conferring of the degree "as
an indorsement by the University of
Notre Dame of the President's policy
in respect to Mexico."
The President accepted Notre
1 Dame's offer of an honorary degree
of doctor "of laws, to be conferred
Dec. 9, at a special convocation at the
University at South Bend, Ind.
The Review, official organ of the
archdiocese of Baltimore said that
- "on all sides deep regret is being
expressed" by Catholics here at the
university's action.
"The regrets being expressed in the
archdiocese of Baltimore have their
counterparts in all parts of the United
States," the Review said. "The au-
thorities of the University of Notre
Dame realize the situation and un-
derstand the regrets."

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STUDENT HAND LAUNDRY: Prices
reasonable. Free delivery. Phone
3006. 6x
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. lx
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Pair of gold rimmed glasses
by West Engineering Arch. Re-
ward. Phone 8959. Frederick
Lentz. 145
WILL PERSON who took by mistake
white fur formal jacket at S.A.E.
dance Minnesota weekend, write
box 103, Michigan Daily. 148
Social Dancing
Class Tonight
Begins tonight at 8 pm
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rheatre Bldg. Ph. 9695.

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TRIANGLES TO MEET
Triangles, junior engineering hon-
orary society, will meet at 8 p.m. to-
day in the Union, it was announced
last night by Jack H. Kasley, '37E.
J '1
"Lou can't catch them
unless you use bait."
jDAILY CLASSIFIED S

HOME-COOKED MEALS at Mrs. J.
F. Hampton's Tea Room. Private
dining room for parties and lunch-
eons. Also home-baked goods. 605
Forest. 144
WANTED
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY. Any
old and new suits, overcoats at $3
to $20. Don't sell before you see
Sam. Phone for appointments.
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HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Girl exerienced
with children for occasional help.
825 S. Main. 149
FOR RENT
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Living room, bedroom, kitchenette,
private bath including utilities and
extension telephone. Swezey, 513
Thompson. 150
FOR GRADUATE student or instruc-
tor, beautifully furnished suite of
rooms in private family. Phone
9524. 147
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished room
for one or two boys at 1608 Geddes.
Price reasonable. Phone 9096.
143
KNIGHTS Of COLUMBUS
Dance to
HAL GREEN
and His
12 - MUSICIANS - 12
at the ARMORY
Saturday, Dec. 7

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PLAYING-
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Stage and Screen
Show Plays
Three Days-
Today, Friday,

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HERE IN PERSON!
The Fainouts Carioca Orchestra
from "Flying Down To Rio"
11 MARCOS
D AV A LOS
MARIMBA BAND
with
The International Dance Stars
DON, RALPH & NINA
EXOTIC NATIVE 15
RHYTHM RIUMBA ARTISTS
SCREEN
MAY ROBSON
in the Unusual Comedy Drama
T H EE KIDS
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