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THLE MICIGAN DAILY

APTINS SAY NEW YORK
iRRORB IS TREACHEROUS

Leads Wisconsin Auditorim Clock Failure
Progressives in Traced To Electric C
The Lower House

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Engineers Name
Classifying Date

New York, Jan. 11.-Commanders of
the two largest ocean liners afloat.
both of whom have run their craft
into harbor mud reefs on their latest
trips, are agreed that.the channel en-
trance to New York is narrow, tortu-
and in need of trafic regulations,
8iN that making a safe landing is
largely a matter of luck for large pas-
sen er ships.
Capt. Herbert Hartley, of the Ship-
ping board's Leviathan, which rested
for seven hours in the mud of Robbins
Reef on her last trip inbound, de-
clared before a commission of inquiry
that the grounding was unavoidable
because of the conditions.
Sir Bertram Hayes, commander of
the Majestic, whose vessel docked yes-
terday,- 42. hours late because of
storms, after she had been stranded
in mud for several hours off South-
ampton, said:
"I must say that the harbor en-
trance at New York is very bad. It
is everything that Capt. Hartley says
-too narrow, too winding, and too
little water for such unwieldy craft
as these,"
WATON WILL NOT RUN
IN PRESIDENTIAL RACE
Washington, Jan. 11. -Senator
James E. Watson, of Indiana, an-
nounced tdday that he would not be a
candidate for the Republican presi-
dential nomination.
Senator Watson's announcement
left the way clear for President Cool-
idge to enter the Indiana presidential
primary with Ewing Emison, of Vin-
cennes, as the Coolidge campaign
manager in that state.
Senator Watson issued only this
statement "I have concluded not to
be a candidate for the Republican
nomination for the presidency."
Body Of Aviator
Given Up By Sea
London, Jan. 11.-(By A. P.)--The
body found lying on the shore today
near Rye, Sussex, is that of Laurence
E. Sperry, the American aviator who
has been missing since Dec. 13, it was
stated tonight by T. R. Jackson, Lon-
don manager for the Sperry company,
upon his return from Rye.
Brisbane, Australia, Jan. 11.-More
than 1,000,000 feet of film were burn-
ed yesterday in a fire on the premis-
es of the Fox film ,Co. The loss is
estimated at $250,000
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

I ' Classification in the College of En-
Students having lecture classes in In order to overcome this difficulty gineering and Architecture will take
Natural Science auditorium are again two clocks have been installed in place Saturday morning, February 9
privileged to watch the minutes go the power house so that the engineer and Monday, Feb. 11. The new sem-
by; for the piece of cardboard which can watch them. One of the clocks ester's classes will start TI'uesday,
has covered the clock over the exit is on the Edison line and the other Feb. 12.
of the auditorium for several months is on the University power. As soon Special announcement for the com-
was removed yesterday morning. as the clock which is on the Univer- ing semester, containing all classes,
Several complaints were made by a sity line shows any variation from the rooms, hours, and instructors, will be
profesor to the building and grounds one on the Edison circuit , the engin- available about a weekt before the
department early last fall that be- eer can speed up or cut dow his close of the present term.
cause the clock would not keep ac- power enough to adjust the difference.
curate time it caused considerable This method has proved satsifact- 'lindustan Club To Meet
confusion in his lectures. The build- ?ory, and it is hoped by the University The Hindustan club will give a soc-
ing and grounds department, after officials and members of the faculty lal at V o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
E investigating, pasted a, piece of card- that electric clocks may eventually Lane hall. All members and associ-
board over the face of the clock. be installed in all the buildings so ate members are invited to attend.
Last summer the University bought that there will be a uniform time all
two electric clocks from the Warren over the campus. Laily classified for reat results.
Clock company of Ashland, Mass., -
and one of these was installed in ',jat-_
ural Science auditorium. After the
first week of school the clock refus-
ed to keep accurate time, This was
reported' to the company and about
three weeks ago they sent a man to 4c r & 1T G OMR
investigate the matter. {
It was found that the clock was in- THE H MEOF U EFOODS
stalle# on the University power lineHF
and sometimes the current carried 114-16 E. W ASHINGTON
over this line is high and sometimes- *
low The currentis not constanttasPHES 2 -3 -27
it is, on the Edison line. When the IP O E 2 3 8 2
current was high the clock gained
rapidly and when the current was i .1
low the clock lost accordingly. W n rn 0 inI;+vnn u D nn man n+

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faction and service are foremost
Consult US about your meat dif
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Rep. John N1. Nelson
Rep. John M. Nelson, of Wiscon-
sin, is the leader of the so-called
"Wisconsin Progressives" in the low-
er house of congress while his col-
league, Bob LaFollette, carries the
sword in the upper chamber. Coop-
er is rated as one of the most im-
portant figures among the Republic-
an Progressives in congress.
BURTON CLIMS. YOUTH
New York, Jan. 11.-Development of
the spiritual life of students will im-
prove the younger generation, Dr
Marion LeRoy Burton, president o
the University of Michigan, last nigh
told the Association of American Col.
leges.
"The younger generation," hb. aiJc
"is practicing the fine are of eelf-de-
ception. To say it is a reaction i
paying it far too high a compliment.
What is it then? It is that we have
merged the individual into the mazy
of modern life. What we have done
is to snuff out the inner life."
Arctic coal mines will produce more
than 12,000 tons this winter.

CHEM ICA NSINEIRING
LIBRARYNEARLY RED
The new chemical Engineering lib-
rary on the third floor of the new
Engineering building will be open for
student use starting the first of next
week, it was announced yesterday
by Mrs. S. B. Taylor, assistant in
hharge. The books may be available
Monday, but this is not certain.
All the books, 1500 in number, are
'eing re-classified from the old sys-
tem to the Library of Congress classi-
fication. This is also being done in
the main library, but the work is
much slower there due to the large
number of books. In addition, the
new library wil contain more than a
hundred periodicals.
Books for the new department have
been taken from the Engineering and
Chemical libraries, most of them deal-
ing with research work. The library
is primarily for 'chemical engineer-
ing students.

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COFFEE

TEA

Under all conditions and circumstances, unvarying uniform-
ity of grade has Been the principle which has won for us the
great success of our coffee and tea sales.

COFFEE
41o01z and JaM al:. . . . 45c
Imperial Brand at .........40c
R. 11. Special, 35c, 3 for....$1

TEA
A speclal extra fancy Japan
tea at 90c,4lb.

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Winter demands a change of diet and the, housewife should
not overlook fresh fruit and vegetables.
Grapefruit and oranges are plentiful, and of good quality.
Foreign and domestic fruits.

$PEC IALS.

WHITNEY/ THEATRE

SUNDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 13
(Direct from Detroit and Just Prior to the Chicago Run)

DETROIT UNITED LINES
EAST BOUND
Limiteds : 6 a. m., 9:10 a. m. and
every two hours to 9:10 p. m.
Express: 7 a. m., 8 a m. and every
two hours to 8 p. m.
Locals: 7 a. m., 8:55 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:651p. ,
1 p. M. To Ypsilanti only, 11:46:
p. m., 12:25 a. m. and 1:15 a. m.
WEST BOUND.
Liniteds: 8:47 a. m. and every two
hours to 8:47 p. mu.
Iixpress (making local stops): 9:50
a. in. and every two hours to 9:50
p. n s.
oeads: 7:50 a. in., 12:11) a. m.

Galvan cSoap, per case.............. .. . . .$3.50
Sno-Li. Soap, per case.... ....................3.50
Vancamps White Naptha, per case .... ..........3.75
6 Noi 10 Carps Tortato Catsup.............. ....4.50
No. 10 Can Ripe O'lves.......................2.00
No. 5 Can PuiejJi $traight oT Assorted per doz 9.50
15-oz. ;Jar Pauls Apple Butter, per doz.............1.20
7 lb. Pail Orange Mwrmelade, per can........... ..1.35
Oranges, Navels, per box.......:..................5.50
Grape F'uit, per box:........... ..............4.00
Anyone can get high priced groceries by the simple expedient
of paying an exhorbitant price. Yet the advantage in buying
here means that you are assured of the best at moderate price.
Schultz's Grocery is as well known for its reasonable prices,
as it is quality, and services, which has always been the best.
IF YOU GET IT AT THE SCHULTZ
GROCERY IT'S THE BEST

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HOIlDAY SALE NOW ON
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St. Phone 1
(Where D. U. R. Stops at State)

WITH THE SAME SUPPORTING CAST
THAT PLAYED ALL LAST YEAR IN NEW YORK AND IN AUGUST,
SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER IN PHILADELPHIA

The M'!agnolia Petroleum
Building, Dallas, Texas
ALFRED C. BOSSOM.
Architect
Drawn by}
Hugh Ferriss

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In BUSINESS
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Eversharp was the first successful mechanical
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Wahl Pen in .all-metal is the outstanding
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cannot crack or split. You fill it less often
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Eversharp and Wahl Pen are essential in
school, in college and in business. Buy both, in
gold or silver. ,Eversharp, $1 to $10; Wahl
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The New Wahl Pen, engine-turned in jet-
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Price $2.50 up.
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Neatly combed, well-ept hair is a
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STACOMB makes the hair stay combed
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this convenience feature. We want you to tell us
how the cap appeals to you. So we make this offer:

For the best sentence of ten words or less on the value
of the Williams' Hinged Cap, we offer the following
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$25 each; two 4th prizes, $10 each; six 5th prizes, $5
each. Any undergraduate or graduate student is eli-
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