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PTUDAY, AUGUST 1$, 1930.

THE SUMMER BUCHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

AIATRIX ANNEXES
TWO NEWREC'ORDS
Laura Ingalls Accomplishes 714
Consecutive Barrel Rolls
at St. Louis Field.
OBSERVERS WITNESS FEAT
(By Associated Press)
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 14.-Miss Laura
Ingalls, 25-year-old New York fly-
er, today had added two new rec-
ords to her collection of aviation
achievements. And one of them she
took away from a man.
Flying over Lambert-St. Louis
Field Wednesday, Miss Ingalls com-
pleted 714 consecutive barrel rolls,
297 more than the previous men's
record, which Dale Jackson held,
and 647 more than the previous
women's record, which Mrs. Betty
Lund held. Five official observers
watched Miss Ingalls' flight and
counted the rolls.
Taking the air at 3:50 p. m. Miss
Ingalls landed 3 hours and 39 min-

MANY SUMMER STUDENTS EMPLOYED
THROUGH DEAN OF WOMEN'S OFFICE

Out of 67 women students who
registered in the office of the Dean
of Women as desirous of summer
employment, 38 were given posi-
tions through this office, according
to an announcement by Miss Lucy
Elliot. A large number of the appli-
cants were not registered in sum-
mer school, or residing in Ann Ar-
bor, and only 7 Jobs were unfilled
by the department.
The largest number of positions
were for room and board, in private
homes. Eleven women worked for
room and board, 2 for room only,
and 7 for board only. There were
8 odd jobs for cash, which included
such work as filing, copying, and
clerical work in the Library and
Observatory. Eleven regular jobs
for cash, that is, jobs which lasted
all summer, were filled. These in-
cluded 1 typing position, 2 child
care positions, and 8 serving jobs.
Considerable work has been done
in regard to employment for the
fall. Twenty women have filled out

cards asking for work, and five po-
sitions have been completed for
room and board or just board for
the fall semester. There have been
16 calls so far for student help.
This compares favorably with last
year's record when there were only
60 women working for room and
board in private homes.
Dr. And Mrs. Ruthven
to Entertain Faculty
This afternoon, from 3:30 to 5:30,
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven are receiving at their
home, on South University avenue,

C SSFI
ADVERTISIN L
NOTICE
TRAVEL-To Denver and back be-
fore Sept. 15. Can take 2 or 3.
Welcome one way passengers.
Phone 8505 2:30-6:00 Tue., Thur.,
Sat., any morning 11-12. 39, 40
WANTED
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. Dial 9087. M. Hartsuff.
WAITERS WANTED - Ritz Res-
taurant. See Mr. Heinz.
TYPING AND MIMEOGRAPHING
DONE. Work called for and de-
livered. Call 8620 or 4544.
38, 39, 40
GIRL STUDENT wishes transpor-
tation with, a young lady or

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in honor of the
of the Summer

visiting members
Session faculty.

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FINAL CLEARANCE
Summer Apparel
Dresses-Hats-Skirts
Dresses consisting of Crepes in plain and printed.
Figured Chiffons in the seasons popuar shades.
Many with long sleeves for early Fall Wear.
One lot-$5.00, formerly to $16.75
Others-$10 and $15, formerly to $29.75
Skirts-$3.95 and $2.95

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E. LIBERTY AT MAYNARD
"Exc/usiveness withou/Fxb/rdvg'sce

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Make it Scotland

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this year
On your next trip to Europe, land
at Glasgow and see Scotland first.
It is the best possible introduc-
tion to the historic countries of
the old world. Scotland's hills
were old when the rest of the

world was young; Scotland's history is full of stirring
episodes as romantic as her scenery.
The London Midland and Scottish Railwa3 will take
you to all the places of interest in Scotland, and it will
take you with the speed and the comfort that have
made L M S travel famous throughout the world.
Illustrated pamphlets from T. R. Dester (Dept. 89 ). London Midland
and Scottish Railway of Great Britain, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York.
Or from any L M S agent, Thos. Cook & Son, or American Express Inc.
L S
LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY OF GREAT BRITAIN
Entr Europe through Glasgow"

...in a cigarette it'S I~ 1
GETTING DOWN to brass tacks, a cigarette
is a smoke -made and bought for your own
enjoyment.
But between just something to smoke, and
tobacco character, richness, delicate aroma-
in short, something to taste-well, that's the
difference that accounts for Chesterfield's ever-
mounting popularity- , r
TTAS T E aabove everyt/uing.y
Hhestefie1
FINE TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos, not only BLENDED but CROSS-BLENDED

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