SIX THE MICRlI N DATTJY TU~~A,
Charity Drive 500 Ann Arbor Bicycle Riders
Opens Nov. 2; Violate City Licensing Ordinance
Goal $53,100 By DICK MANN ride" with any moving vehicle illegal.
Five hundred bicycle riders in Ann Lights are required at night and on
Fund organization Wi A rbor unwittingly are violating a city the sidewalk the pedestrian is given
ordinance calling for licensing of each the right of way. Riding more than
Attempt To Make Up bicycle at a fee of 25 cents, the city two abreast is prohibited and bicycles
Deficit For Last Year clerk's office .reports. must proceed in single file on side-
The ordinance, passed July 9, 1937, 'walks.
With $53,100 set as the budget nec-r tesor i n of bicycles and The ordinance requires that before
essary to supply the combined needs regulates operation a bicycle is sold the owner must apply
of the Ann Arbor Community Fund similar vehicles. The office of the city for a transfer of ownership at the of-
agencies, Nov. 2 was fixed yesterday clerk has issued about 1,000 licenses, foftherityocler
as the opening day of the annual which they estimate cover only two-Ifceothciylrk
drive for funds. thirds oftebccesi3h iy Student bicycle owners are advised
Because all agencies will receive Penalthforbioylatino the ct. by the city, clerk to apply for licenses
something less than they need for _ id-immediately.
Thousands Of Satisfied
Customers Will Substantiate
ance is a fine of not more than $50
or imprisonment not to exceed 30
days. or cancellation of the licenses.
As yet police have made few arrests,
'but'they intend to enforce the ordin-
ance strictly, the city clerk's office
The application blank requires a
complete description of the vehicle,
including make, serial number and
color. The license is a metal tag
which must be displayed prominently
on the bicycle.
The ordinance, designed to serve
as a protection against bicycle thefts,
prohibits the rider from carrying
anyone on the handlebars or frame
of the vehicle and makes "hooking a
UNION TRYOUTS ANNOUNCED
All sophomores who wish to try
out for the Executive Council of the
Union are to meet at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Room 302 of the Union, it
was announced yesterday. This in-
cludes men already working on the
347 Maynard Cor. William
Watch Crystals 35c
Chasing the Elusive Sphere .
is one way many Michigan men spend their
leisure (?) time. It's ping pong we're talk-
ing about-and the facilities at the Union
are most excellent.
OPEN 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.
The Michigan Union
F OR THE, LAST FEW WEEKS, we
have advertised facts concerning
the savings that can be made by send-
ing your wash to the laundry instead
of shipping it home. As a result, thou-
sands have taken this advice. Compli-
ments have poured in from all our new
customers and of course, this is better
AN INVITING DINING ROOM
BEST QUALITY OF FOOD
LUNCHEONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40c '65c 85c
DINNERS . . . . . . . 60c 75C 85c $1.00 $1.25
SUNDAY DINNERS. .. . . . . . . . .75c $1.00 $1.25
SUNDAY SUPPERS . . . 40c 60c 75c $1.00 $1.25
any other way. Why not join in with
this happy group and stop paying for
delivery charges alone when you can
have your laundry washed and deliv-
ered for only a few cents more!
417 East Huron Street
Noons 11:30-1:30 Nights 5:30-7:30
Price per lb.
. . . . . lOc
Minimum Bundle 50c
Only Three Stores in Ann Arbor
Serve Miller's THICK MALTEDS
(Full Dress Shirts are not included in this Special Price)
MILLER'S DAIRY FARM STORES
Sox Extra, per pair .
FIVE POUNDS OF LAUNDRY (not in-
cluding the weight of the laundry box)
shipped to your home, costs Seventy-six
Cents for Express Charges alone! On the
other hand, the laundries listed below offer
you on their new Rough Dry Students'
Bundle free delivery and charge you only 2
Ten Cents per pound with excess charges 3
accordingly. This gives you finished serv- 6
ice on Shirts, Handkerchiefs and Socks. 3
Underwear and Pajamas are washed and '
620 East Liberty
533 South Main
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If the following people will take this ad to any
of our stores they will receive
ONE THICK MALTED FREE
ROBT. TAYLOR JR.
3. LEONARD ROBINSON
4. JOHN WINDER
S A M P L E
Suits of Underwear
Pairs of Socks
folded, ready for wear.
Why not enjoy
. . .
the convenience of this new service and at
the same time, pay only for the washing
of your clothes and not for just their trans-
with our staff to give to you the finest of foods at the lowest
possible price. Not a profit-motivated establishment, the Union
Taproom devotes its full efforts to serving Michigan men.
OPEN 7 A.M. to MIDNIGHT
TROJAN LAUNDRY VARSITY LAUNDRY
111111 TLJ kAILhIt'A 1I ILIIV%^k!II