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FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1926

THE SUMM ER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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HOUGHTON RECALS
FIRST IRON CLAO)
111ge Lathe In -Northern Peinisular
Foundry Once Used To Build
Faniiois Monitor
CITY INVITES PRINCE
(By Asociaed Prss
HANCOCK, Mich., June 24. -Recent
dedlicationl of a monument in Washing-
ton to the memuory of John Ericsson,
the Swedish-American who won last-
ing honor during the Civil War by in-
venting and building the battleship
Monitor, the first all-iron fighting
ship, and the first revolving turret,
has brought to mind the fact that the
great lathe used by Ericsson in turn-
Ing out and finishing the parts for the
famous little gunboat is at the Carroll
foundry plant in Houghton, where for
years it was used in the foundry turn-
ing out mining and milling machinery.
The fire which some time ago de-
stroyed the Carroll foundry did not
hurt the great lathe, which has benuj
carefully protected from weather and
rust and is in perfect condition for
work today.
Efforts are being made to have the
C'rown Prince of Sweden, Gustavus
Adolphus, and Princess Louise, now
touring; the [Uited States, stop at
Houghton on their way to Duluthi,
Minn., long enough to inspect this
piece of machinery, the invention of a
Swedish-American; a machine that
(id its part in bringing the Civil War
to a close. An invitation has been
sct to the Prince through the Swed-
ish (consul1 at Chicago.
Wash tenaw Medics
Elect Delegates
Delegates, for the State Medcal
gathering to be held during Septem-
ber at Lansing were appointed by th
Washtenaw County Medical Society
at their meeting yesterday.
The society entertained guests from
Jackson at dinner at 6:3~0 last night.
after an afternoon of golf.
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