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THURSDAY, AUGUST. 10, 1922

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL-

THE

DAILY'S

NEW

PRINTS 6,000 EIGHT-PAGE PAPERS PER HOUR, A MARVEL OF INGENUITY AND SIMPLICITY, PRINTING FROM A ROLL OF PAPER FOUR MILES LONG. WILL BE INSTALLED IN PRESS BUILDING
FEW WEEKS

The picture above shows the $10,000
press purchased by the Board in Con-
trol of Student Publications, which
will give The Michigan Daily, official
University newspaper, the finest col-
lege publication-owned press in the
country. A glance at the illustration
will show a compact mechanical struc-
ture, but closer examination of the
press reveals the marvelous ingenuity
which has brought it to the forefront
in every state in the Union as well as
all parts of the civilized worll. The
strength and stability of the model of

it has a double locomotive drive an(!
weights 25,000 pounds. The delicacy4
and ingenuity. is shown by the face
that there are more than 5,000 parts,
all being skillfully fitted and Waking
a machine to work as nearly perfect
as may be imagined.
Can Print 6,000 Papers
The Daily press will print from 5,500
to 6,000 eight page papers per hour.
The Daily will be printed from a roll'
of paper four miles in length, the rolls
being 35, 52 3-4, and 70 inches wide,
according to the size of the paper re-

stance, is printed from 70-inch roll
which weighs about 1,000 pounds. Oc-
-cupying a floor space of approximately
13 by 17 feet, and with the tremenlous
weight as mentioned, ths great ma-
chine runs so easily that one scarcely
realizes the speed with which the pa-
pers are printed, except by watching
them as they fall into the delivery box.
The paper is fed from a roll and
passes over the feed rollers near the
center of the press ;thence. over a
looping roller operated by equalizer.
cams and levers; thence it is guided by
rolls suitably placed in the printing

the Duplex will appear in the fact that quired. An eight-page paper, for in-

His flTHIS
OLTM LS ICOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M
FOR SALE-Splendid home for fra- TYPING neatly and accurately done.
ternity or sorority. For terms call Prompt service. Call 1015-W morn-
on J. W. Dwyer, 508 First National ings. 42-2
Bank Building. Phone 1048 or 1081.
40-6 FURNITURE for sale. Very reason-
able. 432 South Division. 40-3
FORa SALE - Good 2-A Eastman
Kodak, 2 /2X 4, Anastig. lens F7.7. LOST-Near Engineering Arch, lady's
with carrying case, $15. 11L06 Wl- umbrella with leather strap. Call
lard. 2972-J. 42-2 1218-1i or leave at Box W. D., Daily.
___ rd._ _7 __-J. _ _42 - I 41-3
FOR SALE-Cheap. Corona type- LOST-Near campus on July 26 pair
writer in good condition. Call of glasses in black leather case. Re-
1847-R. 39 ward. Miss Lehman. Call 2730.
40-2
FOR SALE-High class Ford, slightly
used, $50. Apply Kerl I. Blumer, LOST-Gold fountain pen, initials E.
1309 Wilmot Street, Phone 2351-W. B. M., on or near campus. Phone
- car 1656-J. 41-2
FOR SALE--1918 Ford touring car.
Good condition. 426 North Ingalls. LOST-June 27, string of pearl beads,
Phone 16. 40-2 vicinity of 931 S. State and Packard
Sts. Phone 1872-W. Reward. 42
FOR SALE-Recent model Ford tour-
ing, with extras, $200. Call at 110 WANTED-House for 15 men next fall,.
N. State or Phone 1416-W. 42-3 Saul Rosenzweig, Box S. R., Daily.1
40
ROOMS FOR a club of 12 to 15 boys
for school year. Large rooms, steam WANTED-Man with car to show the
heat, shower bath, large dormitory fastess selling subdivision on the
at 536 Thompson St. 41-3 market. Phone 418-W. 42-2

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BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
SHOE FACTORY
We will make use of them and the best
leather td make your shoes. Bring your
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST

II

Luggage
How about a B
or Suit Case
which to take aw
some of the thin
you have accum
lated this summ

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ay
gs
U-
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r We are selling out our
line of Gordon and Ferguson
Leather Coats at first cost
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We have a good
lire at very rea-
sonable prices.
209-211 E. WASHINGTON STREET

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