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Tg MCNIGAN DAILY

SDAY. AP 10. 1954

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LUCKY DROODLES! PURRFECTLY HILARIOUSI

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At a meeting of the American
Association of Physical Anthro-
pologists held in Chicago on April
6, It was reported that three Uni-
versity of Michigan faculty mem-
bers had succeeded in blood typ-
ing bones believed to be the old-
est human remains yet found in
the Western hemisphere.
Studies conducted on the so-
called Midland Skull, discovered
in 1953 in western Texas, indicate
that the Midland Man substantial-
ly preceded all human civilizations
known to have inhabited this
hemisphere. The evidence places
him prior to the last advance of
the Wisconsin Glaciation 10,000
years ago.
Associate Professor Frederick P.
Thieme and teaching fellow Char-
lotte M. Otten of the University
Department of Anthropology re-
port that the blood tests adminis-
tered to these fossil remains have
shown the Midland Man to have
been type "A".
This is especially noteworthy
because anthropologists until now
believed that type "0" was the
primitive, ancestral type of all
civilizations in the New World.
Using methods of serology, the
science treating the preparation,
use and reactions of animal ser-
ums, Assistant Biologist H. Eldon
Sutton, of the University's Insti-
tute of Human Biology, subjected
the Midland fossil fragments to a
series of extremely sensitive lab-
oratory tests. He detected the
presence of six different and dis-
tinct amino acids in the remains.
Amino acids are the basic constitu-
ents of naturally occurring pro-
teins in plants and animals.
In conducting such tests for
blood type, it is not necessary to
have actual blood, the scientists
point out. It is possible to de-
termine the blood type of most
persons if there is any organic ma-
terial from the remains available
for testing.

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CIGAR~TTE

YOU'RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK when you light up a Lucky,
because Luckies taste better. Only fine tobacco-naturally
good-tasting tobacco that's TOASTED to taste better-can
give you taste like this. All of which goes to explain the;
Droodle above: Light-up time in caboose, as seen by halted
motorist. Switch to Luckies yourself. You'll say they're the
best-tasting cigarette you ever smoked.
DROODLES, Copyright 1953 by Roger Price

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FRECKLED WRIST
David Hunt
N.Y.U.
HOOFPRINTS OF
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Charles Thornton
Northwestern State (La.)

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COLLEGE SMOKERS PREFEt LUCKIES!
0 Luckies lead all other brands, regular or king
size, among 36,075 college students questioned
coast to coast. The number-one reason: Luckies
taste better.

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tire dh co~nis direct- Family." '' be" "' .' or 5Ini.s rower V-fl p 5Y win
ge f harac. eot edy' tnonsummay of the n- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11th to interview graduating electrical, LUCKIES TASTE BETTER eaner, Freshe,
ge~of Richard A.Deeoo tedafteoasmyon e on- mechanical and civil engineers. Today's increasing expansion of the4
rs at meetings thisd week ference. State and national spon- use of electricity and gas and technological improvements offers an AMRIC'S EADNG ANUACTRERO/
bean TomeD. Rowe.'Prof. sors a# the meeting represent outstanding challenge to graduate engineers. We presently have va- ,AT.C. POAMRICA'S ADMG MANUFACTURER OF
. Mattocks, Ass't. Prof. credit bureaus, sales finance coin- cancies for men who have the potential to assume responsible super-
M. McConnell, Ass't. Prof. panies, banking, credit unions, visory positions in a minimum period of time. Make a date with your
Francke, Ass't. Prof. Lee consumer finance companies, re- Placement Officer to see our Mr. Spengler and get the full picture *aa nUe Te M* a* 1 lI
and Floyd A. Groe, all tailing, manufacturing and edu- of what we have to offer.ea U see
llege of Pharmacy. cation.

Smoother!
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NATURAL SHOULDER

BACK STRAP
HOOK VENT
PLAIN FRONT TROUSERS

In Three Ideal Colors
that will round out your wardrobe
BLUE
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GREY

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Double Duty, too, the coat

goes perfectly

BABY CORD (Washable)

with odd slacks

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