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May 27, 1920 - Image 8

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on sale in the R. O. T. C.c
the Enginering building.
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and the Geological Survey from the
Interior Department; the Bureau of
Standards from the Commerce De-
partment.
"There is much agitation for a new
department of Health and fpr a new
department of Engineering. The de-
partment of Education should get the
jump on these two proposed depar-
ments. Health and engineering are
really sub-divisions of education, just
as they are sub-divisions in this Uni-
versity and just as the board of
health in Detroit is under the board
of Education as an activity;
Would Aid University
"I firmly believe that the proposed.
department and secretary of Educa-
tion would bring wonderful progress
in every fielg of endeavor calculated
to promote the general welfark. I do
not think it would injure or hamper
the University of Michigan in any
way; and, on the contrary, I am
quite certain that it would give this
University greater aid "and prestige."'
Freight Rates Increasing 30 Per Cent
The proposed increase in freight
rates throughout the eastern half of

PLAY IN TWO BALL LEAGUES
APPROACHES FINAL GAMES
Today at 445 o'clock the semi-fin-
als of the fraternity indoor :baseball
league will be finished .by the game
between Nu Sigma Nu and Phi Sigma
Kappa. The winners of this match
will play Zeta Psi for the campus ti-
tle.
The final game will be played Friday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock; on south
Ferry field.
The tclass baseball championship
will be decided Friday at 3:45 o'clock
when te dents meet the soph lits on.
south Ferry field. This game will be
hotly contested and should result in
a very close score, both teams having
shown good form all through the tour-
ney.
The semi-finals of hose who have
lost one game and are playing for
second place will be played today. The
fresh lits will play the senior engi-
neers and the soph engineers will en-
gage the junior engineers. Both games
will'be called at 4 o'clock.
Mayor Reports Coal Car Transfer
According to word' received from
Mayor Ernest M. Wurster who, to-
gether with other mayors of Michigan
cities, is in Washington conferring
with the interstate commerce commis-
sion, an order has been issued for, the
immediate transfer of'30,000 coal cars
to the mines for shipping fuel. He
states that the mayors are much en-
couraged by the commission's action.
Circuit Court Has Light Rocket
The circuit court jury has been dis-
missed following one of the lightest
dockets of the year. No, criminal cas-
es were listed. The next session of
the court is in October.

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jcreased operating expense is blamed
for the raise, according to local rail-
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