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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lieves Flight FIRES CAUSE Of GREAT
to mars Possible LOSSES IN PAST YEAR

"GERMAN SPY" FIRES OFTEN
DUE TO OTHER CAUSES; ALL
PREVENTABLE f

lantic would be crossed by airship (By Associated Press)
soon "I believe even in interplanet New York, Jan. 9.-Careless smok-
travel by airship but of course the ers and users of matches were re-
very beginning of such an undertak- sponsible for $15,724,556 of the total
ing will be worked on by the genii loss of $60,466,054 worth of property
of the great ftuure" A story of life by "erpventable fires" in the United
its the twenty-first century written by States during 1918, according to
Mr. Gernsbeck, editor of Modern members of the Fire Marshals' asso-
Electrics, and carried in the maga- ciation of North America who are
zine as a serial, described an imag- holding a two days' conference here
inary voyage to Mars which the writer with the National Board of Fire Un-
claimed was possible by apparatus derwriters beginning today.
described by him. Professor Paw- Highest Toll in United States
lowski is quite enthusiastic in his dis-! Figures showing that the United
cussion of the future of aeronauts and States leads the world in property
believes there isa great opening for destruction by fire were give rin tie.
young men in that line opening session, the damage per cap-
"The matter of crossing the Atlan- ita being stated as $2.10 annually in
tic by air route depends now only on this country as compared with 49
the financial question,' he continued, cents in France, 33 cents in Eng-
"Italy's one thousand horse-powered land, 28 cents in Germany, 25 cents
Caproni machines have already niade in Italy and Austria, 15 cents in
trips from London to both Egypt and Switzerland and 11 cents in Holland.
Constantinople. The English Handley Mistaken for Incendiary
Pageahas carried 50 people over Loll ases fnr Iyrdar w
don and is capable of flying continu-#Mayfrstfrtatibed o
ously for 24 hours, the French Cau-, German spies and pyromanics bwere
dron and the Curtiss flying boat made found, upon investigation, to be due
roi theCu sssuce au 1to other causes. One notable in-
in America, which successfully rose t te ass n oal n
from the water on Long Island Sound stance was a spectacular and costly
some weeks ago with 52 people waterfront fire in Brooklyn, the :Dow's
stores, in which a vast quantity of
aboard, are also likely candidates for grin inended f sipment to
the honor of making the first sue- grain intended for shipment to the
tesful hnr aof ssithe firstsucAllies was destroyed. It was discov-
cessful trip across the sea." ered that the blaze was the result of
a dust explosion caused by a' spark
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv. either from friction or static elec-
tricity. Another conspicuous instance
Daily advertising is profitable.--Adv was the Baltimore pier fire, which at
T

first was positively ascribed to pro-
German plotters. Rigid investigation
by Federal agents, according to fire
marshals, definitely determined its
non-incendiary origin.
Risque Posters
Decorate CampAus
If nothing else can be said for
them, it must be admitted that the
feminine seekers after learning on the
campus have always been most dis-
creet and modest in all their ways
and byways that is until lately when
they sought to advertise a dance and
tea fight to be staged Saturday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Their intentions were high and
lofty, as usual, when they made a
ver', ver', nice poster giving a hint1
to thepoor boys unknown and unen-
tertained who bewail the fact that
they don't know any nice young. girls
upon whom they may waste all the
money they saved up while serving
in the Battle of Ann Arbor, that they
would have a chance to meet and
dance with just about the nicest girls
in town on Saturday. Yes, the poster
was attractive with a picture of a
couple doing the aeroplane glide or
something and everybody was all for
it - but the authorities - and they
thought it was risque and unbefitting
for a University affair. Know what
they did. Quickly all the posters were
ordered to have pieces of white paper
pasted over the picture of the couple
involved in fox-trot and accordingly
it was done. The pieces of paper
stayed on about as long as flu masks
stayed on some of our faces, and'now
the horrible and brazen posters are
flaunted again before the eyes of the
shocked populace.

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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U-NOTICES
The music writers of this year's
Michigan Union opera will meet Earl
V. Moore in the lobby of the Michigan
Union Saturday morning at 11:30
o'clock.
Alpha Nu Debating society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock this evening on the
fourth floor of University hall.
There will be an opening -social at
8 o'clock tonight at the First Meth-
odist church. Music and stunts will
be the amusement afforded.
Mr. Roy C. Jacobson, director of stu-
dent activities, announces a seven reel

movie with a big feature, also a coin-
edy and travalogue, to be shown at
the Methodist church at 7:15 o'clock
tomorrow night. Al students are in-
vited to come.
Purdue Students Study Roads
Purdue has a road school under the
direction of the civil engineering de-
partment. The work of the school will
take up the study of road construction
and maintenance.
Health of Women Supervised
University of Washington has estab-
lished through its administration de-
partment a system of visiting nurses
for the women of the school. The ob-
ject of the system is to supervise the
health of the women students.

Semi -Annual
Clearance Sale!
20% Discount
on Suits and Overcoats
Odd Trousers
Wad hams & Coo
Main Street State Street

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