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AY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
S Cnsde TreeMebes N. Stires; Oscar W. Underwood and
. . FRTEDRIIES UNIT[p B aadl; e. r Ens
~IzsConide Thee embrs onDWIU -IIIformer Governor Charles S. Whitman.
ForTheSente znotty~har1IN NEW CLUB BILD1INC1 BL ANCHARD TO ATTEND STATE
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(By Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 20.-College frater-' Prof. Artbt.ir L. Blanchard, head
of the department of highway engi-,I
nity men are the lastest New York- nernjn iha rnprwl
ers to turn cliff-dwellers, leave this morning. for Grand Rapids
!Tehigh prceof odgings, which! where he wi'l attend the annual meet-
hzas driven many families from privateI association. This is the largest roads
caused members of various fraternityj convention which is held in the state,
clubs to seek a common roof, more than 300 delegates from highway
To meet thi3 need the Frater'nityj associations of the north central di-
C'ubs' building, a 16 story structure,1 vision of the National Highway Traf-
is being erected at Madison avenue and &ic association attending the con r
38t1, street. gress.
Members of the various clubs,I Tomorrow Professor Blanchard will
nearly all of them college graduates, leave Grand Rapids :n order to at-
will have their own private club! tend the annual meeting of the ad-
quarters and sets of sleeping rooms, visory board on highway research of
but while they may lounge andl slumb- ! te National Research council which
er under the Greek emblems of their ;w. 1 be held. November 23 and 24 at
own brotherhoods, they will eat and !Washington, D. C. He will act as
exercise in a communal dining hall the representative of the National
and gymnasium. Highway Traffic association of which'
The house committee will comprise he is president.
a representative of each participating
club. National headquarters of sev-
eral fraternities will be located in the
building.
Serving on the honorary board of
the housing committee are Newton D. Cn y I l
Baker, former .secretary of war; Maj-
or-General Robert L. Bullard; T. Cole-
man DuPont; Byron P. Harrison; Will
H. Hays, former postmaster general; You don't have,
1 secretay of State Charles E. Hughes; --

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