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SLEEP LIKE AN APE1F YOUjG)tJLD CURE ILLS"
AND CUT OUT DOCT&R BILLS
HIE' $ vMn tJ' rJrjl " :" i rifUPtiyi 1 tt
Sleep in a chair and cut out doc
tor bills! ,
Matt Roeder of Chicago says all
that is necessary is to ape the sleep
ing habits of the ape. In other words,
sleep sitting up.
The ape, as you can find' out for
yourself by taking a fan out tq-the
zoo, sleeps with his body held stiffly
erect, his head supported betwjeeri
his clinched fists.
The new'"aposle of "Jungle Sleep'
declares he was a physical wreck
froqLrneumatism and stomach trou
ble before he got onto the ape's
JHeyjave..up his bed, tried sleeping
in acKair and found that it left all
Ujrieiprgahs free, although for
tbfenrt.cbuple of nights it gave him
an yrful fink in the back.
He.,ftepjt at it and now finds that
three hours' sleep a la ape does him
as much'good as nine hours in a reg
tv" ftoeder-now uses his room only as