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MICHIGAN GAILY

Mondav. Februarv 9. 94

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POLIO VICTIMS GET LIFT:
County Dimes Donations Top $12,000
By CRAIG WILSON mittee have not yet been added in. tional Foundation for Infantile
With more than $12,000,collect- "With all the money turned in, Paralysis and the remainder stay-
ed to date in the Washtenaw we hope to exceed last year's
County March of Dimes Drive, mark of $12,563 for the city," ing in the county to aid local poli5
local infantile paralysis victims Lumbard declared. patients. Treatments are given
face a brighter chance of recov- Termination of the city drive with special facilities available ate
ery from the crippling disease. has been postponed from the Jan. University Hospital.
However, it is hoped final totals 30 national closing until today for All polio victims in the county
will top the $19,000 donated last sale of the special March of Dimes are to receive immediate and
year, Mrs. Hickman Price, county J-Hop extra edition. All proceeds complete medical care as long as
drive director, said. from the Dime Daily will be necessary for their recovery
In Ann Arbor, incomplete totals turned in to Ann Arbor drive col- vims excds for dcr blls,
show $8,800 has been received in lection. victims except for doctor's bills.
the city's March of Dimes Drive. u At present, 18 new cases arebeing
Student Council members of Uni- Funds Divided treated, as well as 16 remaining
versity and Ann Arbor High Funds collected in the local from the 1946 epidemic and 18
Schools have collected more than ?March of Dimes Drive are di- former patients who are still re-
$5,000 in four local theatres, ac- vided, with half going to the Na- ceiving check-ups.
cording to Robert Lumbard, Ann _
Arbor chairman. Dime cards have
yielded $800, organizations $250.AP ,
gifts $700 and factories $609. he PICK-U- P A U D ELIVERY
said. I
Incomplete Totals on 6 SHIRTS or more
Funds from the Neuma Club.
Lion's Auxiliary, the hospitals.
banks and the Dime Box Com-
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SERVICE
or k ,A.Watt C*/rw
D IMES Telephone 7775 2025 Packard

FIGHTING POLIO--Light heavyweight boxing champion Gus
Lesnevitch and polio poster boy Terry Tullos of Laurel, Miss., get
together for a few swings at infantile paralysis. This issue of the
J-Hop Extra officially ends Ann Arbor's 1948 March of Dimes.

CLASSY ADS

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-One black leather wallet. Con-
tais identification card, driver's li-
tense, birth certificate for Bob Ham-
ser, Greene House, and about $2.50
:n cash. Keep papers, return cash.
Call 2-4591.
LOST--Pair rimless glasses somewhere
between campus and Main. Please
hurry. I think I am in a bowling
alley.
LOST-From West Quadrangle main
'ounge, complete set of economics
final exams and tobacco pouch with
sentimental value. Reward for pouch.
Call Denny Irwin, Chicago House.
FOUND-One bottle of ink eradicator
on Liberty near Main. Owner may
zlaim same at Courthouse.
LOST-In last. minute confusion at
the IM Building Saturday night, one
'white strapless formal. Finder please
-all Miss "Wasso" Robbins, 2-3159.
MISSING from Student Publications
Building, one linotype weighing 4,500
sounds. Last seen in Betsy Barbour
ecreation room. Reward for infor-
mation leading to recovery. Call Ken
Chatters, 2-3241.
LOST-500 copies 01 tile November
isan 01othe Gargoyle. If you find
ahem, give them to your friends. We
have lots of them.
WANTED
WANTED-My red coat back. Someone
.ook it by mistake Saturday night at
-the IM Building and left me a black
one. Call "Mike," Couzens Hall.
Plenty of questions will be asked.

BUSINESS SERVICES
TUTORING--Need help in freshman
English? I got a B from Prof. Haw-
kins. "'Gee" Bulbous, Kappa Kappa
Gamma.
TYPING: All kinds of identification
cards supplied. One year guarantee
on all work. B. & H. Typing Service,
Majestic.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Bottled mineral water
from the Huron Springs, Ann Arbor
Waterworks. Our product has been
used sccessiully foe many years in
rodent exitrmination. Are youaon
or mouse?
FOR SALE Why not have a tree in
your room? We sell all kinds of trees
for all kinds of occasions. Take a
look at our special table model for
"converted singles." Call "Trees-a-
Crowd," 2-2521.
FOR SALE: 1925 buffalo nickel, shiny,
never been used. Here's a real bar-
gain for anyone who can qualify.
Bring references and come prepared
to haggle. Angus, 814 E. University.
PERSONAL
DON'T MOTHER me anymore, Joe. I
just found out there's a difference
between a safety pin and an SAE
pin. You can have the safety pin
back. Josie.
EDDIE-All is forgiven. Please come
back to me. I didn't know it was only
a firecracker. Helen.

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