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THE MICHIGAN DAIfY

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IND PROPER TY LOSS IMEN1 wlSE
WHEN FLO OD ST.IKES HOT SPRING

-PILLW ET jj~ INASTER FIGURES # [Edlialtl6t4IGEl!1{1111111!
SIAUn SIN ECOR ~ a large cabinet in room 108, Ma- ;f
______ hail, there are some plaster-of-'E
orontebtnclpai f igures of all sizes and shapes. S{i
Wrontebtnclgarden and:"cSom e rcacne-shaped with little dents A 7! ' ldIi
green house are now being built in ' F jth.em, others look like flattened -t S
the spate~ a! land situated in the con-'1bascballs. In reality they are models Iy
ter of the. Natural Science building cpri e eninz elge*fbraic equations such c T/ j I otli 111f
has beens slow arnd the construction *as are studiedi~n analytic geometry. 'As~oiatH
19 now about, half, completed. Acr-.',ta rcsrfaces"mnyaecale.
lug to Edward G.1 Pardon, supermnen- These small hats of plaster are at ~
deatment, hleu bui lding of the hosuse plicatrere Ltnuneta able leAbout i -
and court will be completed as soon 8Poc . .limn head of the -
as: the spring planting can be undo_ . i thlenmatics department at that time!
taker: c' tined these nmodels from Germany.-
The po which will keep "the: var; "They are constructed in th~e large uni- +
polversity centers in what are called { }P t v
ousq water plants fresh at all times 'ahmtca okhp.
has already been cemented'. The roadn- _____=¢l__________i E3 ElEl¢¢9itl~l¢ lll!¢i¢a~ll

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laid dowvn. Grass and Creeping vianes Catlumnet W'it. Offer 1Fageaiit
'will be planted, the latter 'against the Calunmet, _May 18 (By A.-.P.)-,. ,t1x ttt~l~81 ' trti3E1 ~E1b3Fii S
walls 6!of:the building. Ther spring pjmge !nt, "The Light of~ the World," 1
planting will be done in about two will be given here' the night of May I /
wecks . Fo work has yet -been done". as at feature of the annual conven.
on the" greenhouse which will contain tion of the Upper Peninsula Sunday,
the exhibit. School association. The convention i
Daiy dvetiers-Av~ opens here May 22 and continues
Patronize Diyavries-d through. May 24. y
Built Lik - 7
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"- - con struction in aa' t r u n k -
oquipped with shoe box, a -~wt h )t01
ldravwer lockin bIair, .cushIon . innefai-oritesi 'for s
4 xtop and."bat drawver, is do- Soft collared Shirts are so popular all thei
i explain that tihese are of lighter, cooler 1r
aM i Jii; cided~ly the greaitest trnunk ums ofrsi o .ete.BaT
Il ot o.f vai ot ;Bah r lu ,Tlue ever offered in the his - id Lavender-
tory of this store' -30
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£.W.V-iLJXI ANNARBOR'S ILEADING
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Birdseye view vof Hot Springs, Ark,, aind O vewf&Cc!tral nvelme,I,=e 'of (e iv, min o ~r'oughf "i s.
ents and organizations of Hot biy the recent flqods and fire. heavy the city. Firoc followed the flooc
aare m'anful'ly at wor~k "dig- rains falling on the town and sur-. wired out many buildings.
pit" from the wreckage' caused, rounding mountains flooded parts of

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ON OLDARBATS

Adeiphi, Will .Komninate Speaker
Nom inaton of Speaker for the com j
iug year will take place at the meet-
ing: of the Adelphi House of Repre-E
sentatives Tuesday night in the Adel.
phi room, fourth floor Univers;ity

Po rt lIr op a c Feaers to (Get Blh eF-
jPort Huron, may' 19-(By A.P.)-
The board of education has decided
Ituat every pra l.Iilis school teachier shall
be provided with a. Bible and that ev-
ery school session shall be opened
with appropriate religious exercises.

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Manila-(By A.F.) - The United'
States' army made more than $22,0001
on the sale of four army vessels dur-
ing the week by refusin~g first bids and
,advertising a second time.
The old transport, Liscu-n, which
was sold to a lumber company,
brought $43.792, while tho, first bid
was only $30,170. The tugs General
Weeks and General Lawton and a
quartermaster scow brou~ght a total oaf
$28,000, as a result- of the second ad-
vertisement for bids, which brought
approximately $10,000 more than the
first bids.. The sale of these vessela
was a final cleanup of salvaged n:at&-
rial in, the Philippines departinent. I
SUNAY SERVICES IN

h all. Preceding this business ther e:?W l i cg a o p a i g a t ~c> ! S l e e G a u t s 2
informal talks to which all men who H'aneock?, May 19-(By A.P.) -A
are interested in public speaking are I class of 27 will be graduated from
invited, to be present. Suomi College May 25.

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(Coi~nuedl front Page Nine),
(Gilbert), Mr. Dewey; "March ' Ro-
Maine" (Gouznodl), Mrs. hiheadl.
A Confirmiation service will be, held
at~ the Zion Lutheran church at 10 :30
o'clock this morning. The sermon
subject is "Advancing to Puller Ma-
turity in Christ. Jesus," taken from{
Col. 2, 6-10. Student Forum will meet
at 5: 30 o'clock, having as its subject,
"How Can the Lutheran Church Hold
its Young P'eople'?" Robert Lindquist
will be .the leader. A, Pentecost ser-
vice will 'be held at 7:30. 'o'clock, with
.the sermon subject of "Our Mother
Church," froin Acts 2, 41-47, All ser-
vices will be held in English.,
~"The 'Power of the Spirit" will be
f_ the subject of the morning "service at
r= the Trinity Lutheran church; 1'to be
' delivered by Rev. .L, -F. Gunderman.
~Bible school will meet at 9:30 o'clock.
Rev. Edward 'Sayler .will speak on
%~ "The Test of Tend'ency" at the First
'Baptist chiurch this morning. The ;
.Guild Class will mieet at 12 o'clock,f
.and the Student Friendship. group at
S'6-o'clock. A de-:otional meeting will ,
be helil at 7:30 o'clock, the 'subject,
of which will be "Life in Commercial
Terms."
"'A Gift Rememnbered" will be 'the
subject upon which 1Rev. L. A. Barrett!'
will speak at 10:30 o'clock at the Pri -
byteriam church. The Young people's
hour will start at 5:30' o'clockz, fol-'
lowed by .the Christian edao
mieeting at :30, o'clock. "The Claim
of the University Church on the Su
dent; should hie be 'responsible to~ it
as a~ member?' isthe subject chosen C
for discussion.' Next Sunday has been
designated as Senior Sunday, and sen-
fors will attend chiurch in cap and
gown. The sermons will be of special
interest to senior"s.
'At' 3 o'clock this morning there will
beHl omno t.teS.A)drew's churceh, and, at: 10 :30 o'clock, "

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Engineering

Levels

Mountains

The Pack Train has become a relic of the
past, along with the Prairie Schooner.
Modern methods of transportation have
leveled mountains, brought San Francisco
nearer to New York, ,and widened the mar-
kets of all our great industries.
And the engineering brains and energy,
that have developed transportation to the
prominence 'it holds in the business of the
world today, are no longer employed in
improving means of overland~ travel' alone.
Street Railways, Elevator Systems, Inter-
urban Linos and Improved Shipping Lines-
these are some of the accomplishments of
engineering in 'the, development of better
transportation.
Neither have "the builders of such 'systems
been concerned only in the actual hauling of
people and materials. A study of the methods
of handling ,passengers and freight' at the
large terminals has developed the Terminal
Engineer, who has greatly imp roved existing

methods, and has developed entirely' new
ones, as well.
Engineering, as it is applied to transporta-
tion, has had to concern itself with many
kinds of materials and many ways of handling
thema under all manner of circumstances.
For instance the problems surrounding the
handling of iron ore, in fbulk, are vastly
different from those encontered in moving
any one of 'the. finished products maufac-
tured from. iron~ ore, that 'must also be
transported in large quantities. B~ut Engin-
eering constantly meets each situation wih
improved transportation facilities.
Industry, as a whole, and the nations and"
the. people 'of the world owe much to' the
engineers, associated with such large manui-
facturing industries as Westinghouse. They
have not onl~y brought ;about vast improve.
ments, but they have done so at a constantly
decreasing cost' to. those ,:who derive .the'
greatest benefit from' hem.

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fo6r (among other' things)

R--7eal Chicken Salad'

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Fudge Ice Crea that is Right
Coffee and our Special Fruit Cake

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