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March 18, 1924 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN: DAILY.'.SD

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AS ENOTED1
Reports ion structioni for
ary ThirdJLargest in
Country's iHistory
L SCANDAL CAESES
TRADE UNSETTLEMFENT
ybuilding reprorts as given
cent issue of Blradstreet's
the total for that month
o be the third largest in the
history. The building exhi-
parts of the United States
normous quantity of work
econstruction trade is rel-
'e most active with steel,
and }uilding materials

Seizure Of Orduna May Force British Action
Against In ternational Smugglers ,Of Liquor

Jumnp Praises
"Plastic Age"

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eo salient points in the month's
rt°=indicate great unsettlement,
for the most part to the political
Eal which is occupying the cent-
interest. Western Steel interests
more ;active than those in the
"The 'whole steel industry is in
tter condition everywhere than it
last year at ths time.
contrast with the unsatisfactory
its from mst of the lines of re-
trade, the reports in another col-
from -chain stores and mail-r-
houses for February,'and the tw
thes of 1924 are remarkably, good,
Vdin~ to Bradstreet's. The two
nesses report a" gain of 17 per
over February of last year. This
be dfue to the fact that the above
es of distribution have widened
g lines competitve with previously
dlished' marketing systems.
Mile bank clearing at leading cities
he United States for the week II
rig March 13, as 'reported'to the
ial aggregate a loss of 16.3 per ,
from last week, .Michigan's peo- I
may note that Detroit is one of
few cities which report- a gain-
per cent. Business failures for
week number 425 which compares ,
505" in a like week in 1922.
[eat exports show a loss over last
s trade. For the 37 weeks end-
March 13 corn exports totaled
U, bushels, as against 76.4.2,-
bushels in the same period a Year{
'AL PASTR CCEPTS
CROSS[ ISLE PO SITION,
v. Charles T. Webb, student pas-
of the Episcopal church, has ac-
;ed a call to beconme pastor of St.
.es church, Grosse le.Mich. Jor
past six years Mr. Webb has had
ge of the work at Harris hal, ex-
ling his interests to include both
student work and the young peo-
'program in the parish.
r. Webb has had charge of St.
rew's church school, and is also
ay recognized as an excellent
tt master for his work among the
Scouts in the city. The Rev,
ry Lewis rector of St. Andrew's
in discussing his departure:
t Is a wonderful advantage for
)ne ,beginning work in a parish
ave such an efficient helper as Mr. !
tb Under his guidance the work
mg the Episcopal students has
vn remarkably;' he has been lar-
responsible for the success of
Sunday night student suppers, and
he increase in all 'student acti-
lie has also done an excellent
e of work in the church school
among the young people of the
sh, his influence with boys being
derful.' All who are in any way
ected with St. Andrew's will miss
greatly."
picture of Edwin Denby, 96L, for- I
secretary of the Navy has been
ed in 'the corridor of the third
*of the Union. The corridor con-
spictures of famous alumni
tronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv.

... .....::,............r.. ::.7 :....:... .....:*... : ..:-. he m ost vh e o ne a d
t{ w.. .hnve o oe e ndprofound
... ~ ~ ~~in, the Cong.'regaitiona curh uday
:.::.....:. :.:....::.?.... . ,:> -.,< >{: :>?> ;:... ~I of this book that has recently "tarti-
:,...::,; :<;:;; > .> -.y.:::s;;>. .: ?t . t . :; ed the country by its bold and realistic
'' >'x :. , 4, -. " : ;w : :?'"You can't write a novel like this it
Sunday school language," Reverend
l.'Jump declared. "Percy Marks in w n-
# ..... Ming this book said I will not conceal
life as it exists in the collegefie tzo today,
" but will picture it as it is so as to
give college men anal women a betiter
chance to combtth eptations tha
face them' and hl e has accomirshed
.' {am.; . :: ., ., >' ' . : . r v.. ... "}:}t . k <}F:.w .: .:::{ .. .';.".it. His book is based on observations:
;.t. . . .. .. A " ~.. ..,. ".". .' ,.. :.., >{.gained through contact with students
.. . r - y .,,"., Y. . , .: :.. 'r: f .at, three:':collegesay. so.}it.ais'accurate."
"Ever parnt ofa boywhos en
.... ..: . .... .......*........,;r:. .:.. x r .:{ M ' 3; ° .; . .. : terin a college shouldl first read this
book so as he will better. understand
what 'college life is like. The story
{ = e steamship Orduna in INew York hlarbor I itselIf is anm inspiration for it shows
Seiur ofth S.S.Orfuna, of the Royal Staein Packet company, by the United States officials in New I howptatioof gmaon fo nte y ry
York, who made accusations of violation of the customs, prohibition and narcotic laws. may bring to, a hBead in temptl ationofm odern. life in t-
London a situation caused by charges that the indifference of the British government is responsible. for patly pssitaio the. Thre isbotk
wholesal~e violation of Amnericatn laws by :British citizens engaged in illegal liquor traffic." that is, not either directly or indirect-
The U. S. governintt demanded $1;000,,000 bond of the owners of the Orduna.' yrbkdyth'aho.
Two members of the crew confessed to .charges. of smuggling narcotics. The captain was accused of lyrbkdb teato.
knowingly signing false manifests, with the consent of the company., ~omntn dMrh1.Su
p ,firdents of the Republican club of .the
Cl i sI is ov r.f m rc deiphi Tlo Hold } University of Indiana will hold a mock
I Debates j O A m r w j Republican convention here May 1.
WasTwnt nTousand Years Ag ___TngtPatronize Daily detsr.Av
IAdelphi House of, Representatives I_________________
Santa Barbara. Calif., March 17.--! two small Diomede islandls also help will' pick its freshman' debating. teamI
That the American Indians had an an- Ko break~ the passage. This strip of a h eua vel teiga :0 DTOTUNIIED LINES
cestory .common with the Mongolian, o'clock tonight in the Adelphi roomI
tribes of Siberia and crossed to Alaska water, at t times is frozen over and,, on the fourtht floor of University ball. EAST' BOUND
John P. Harrington, of .the Smizthson.- ice or in boats which were made by the spealches on any phase of the nega- every two hours to 9:10 n.,im.
ian~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Inttto.Ildasee tteeris ie. ieo h ujc,"eovd htExpress; 7 a. m~ $, 8. .and ge~y1
Mr.Hans itonarvda hsble' r ~Harrngton hdiscounts the theory congress sL'y a two-thirds'vt hud tQhust .m
after extensive research on the Pac- advanced by some anthropologists that be able to override a five-to-four d- eocals:wo a.uin., 8:5 a. .,d
ifi cost Hefixs he iscvey o Ithe 'Indians migrated from the Poly- cision of the supreme court concerning every mT ourpsltonly, .1:4,
Amfercastby fe the ndan stcor tha I nesian islanids.. the constitutionality of a federal law. 1 .i.T pia~ol,1:6
AinFromp. i., 12:26 a. :m. and 1:15 a.in.
20,000 .years ago. Explaining his; be- ,"Fo my studies of, the Indian This will be the subject for, the annualI
lief that the ,Indians went. directly. to i races of the Pacific coast I believe that Alpha Nu Adelphi freshman debate Lij es 84 .in'BOUnd ee w
Alsa cos h ern Sa nsedthe -Indians, after crossing from Si- which, will be held the first week after , iied afnfadeer w
Alsk in ea nsed a: hours to 8;4, p. mn.
of oer he cainof' leuianislands, beria .gradually spread :from Alaska spring vacation.ixrs(m inloastp)9:4
atontePcfi os n hnc vr Pi eting will be' open' only to i.anevrtw hort :O
at a time when the islands may have ,d w h aii os n h n eo e Ili e
been an isthntus connecting the ,two I all No~'th and South America. This is active members of the society. It will p. in.
1 , cotnns i as ae ntesnuaito pyia efloeiy nipran uies Lcl:75 .M,1:0s.m
b rm ~aase on cthe ingularity ochscal- I betig folwdbtnipratbsns oas :0a nX:0a
conin ntshesarpyfS: ibhaateitisrhewdepeaacur meincoast________________
rom a long strip of Si,_,ian c ast C.tfcso- tl rxtc n i

Europe, Orient, Etc.
To get the bettor reservations, It wil be very
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SENIORS FOR BUSINESSI"
Mr. Hj. AW. Cheney, '95E, represient-
ink the Allis Chalmners company of
Mlwaukee, is' in Ann Arbor to inter-
Tiew senior engineers relative,.to, thej
training system conducted" by that:
company In~ its shops and offices.
"The wide scope of the Allis' Chalmz-.4
ers company inthe field of manufac-
turing, articles'. for use in the elec-
trical field, and in particular in thej
power equipment line," said. Mr. Chen-.
ey, "affords a splendid opportunity!
for a college 'graduate to study' the'
manufactur~ing end of electrical engi-
neering in a:; practical and complete
mranner' Two members of the senior
engineering 'class drill be selected, to
enter the training course after gradu-
ation in June.
Mr. +Cheney' arrived in' Ann Arbor
Sunday, and spent' yesterday inter- i
viewing men. He will be ;here today,
and can be found at the Union or
in the electrical engineering depart-
inment of the. Engineering building. f
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv. !

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