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RETURNS

Ai Wire Helps President Keep
li Touch Wfith Progress Of
FElection
FEELS OPTIMISTIC
hington, Nov. 4. (By A. P.)-r
lent Coolidge was kept informedI
light on~ election returns at the
House ,)y special telegraph
and by radio. With Mrs. Coo-
and. ai few intimate fiends hie
.ned in the executive mansion to
thli twe to his campaign for
er ""yeas as head of the gov-

Election iRiots
Tiake Place In
Chicago; 1 Dies
Chicago, Nov. 4.-({By A.P.- One
mn was killed, two others shot, sev-
oral kidnapped and scores intimidated
with threats of death today in elec-
tion violence in various ; arts of the
city.
John MacKay was shot to death
while sitting in an automobile in front!
of a west side polling place. His as-
sailants fired from 'another car.
Claude Maddox, who was with Mac-
Kay was seriously wounded. Short-
ly after the polls opened a party of
mien opened fire upon a polling placel
near the stock yards wounding' AntonI
R~udinski who is not expected to Sur-
vivo. Nathan Finestone, a La' Follette
lieutenant in the 46thi ward, was slug-

IN - YORK BAL OT PMY1falliEWPng: of~ the electrons from I
PlYSG TS E~hPthehot filamnet in a v'acuum tube
TORK B9LL T tothecold pae to the patter off
HEAVEST IN EAR £LETRD AP~ftT riIndrops upon a tin roof. Thisph
nowmenon says Pr'ofessor "WTilliams, is
______due to the fact that electrons are of
Pro. Nll . Wllimsof he hy-finite size and could not be heard if2
3,0900 C a st Vo te s- Breaking 'Isacs department, who in conjunction electricity -were a fine grained liquid
All Previous RecordsI with' Dr. A. W. Hull,'has been work- just as the water could not be heard
In Biggest. City ing during the, past year in the re- if it were to fall as mist. The fact,
search laboratory of the General' however, that electrons can be heard,
NO SERIOUS OUTBREAKSI Electric company has succeeded in leads, to the conclusion that the noise
developing an amplifier by which the i eiieyrltdt h hreo
New ork No. 4.(ByA. .)-charge of an electron, a minute par- the electrons. This conclusion was
New ork No. 4.(ByA. .)-ticle of electricity, may be measured. roved when the amplifier construct-
When the polls closed in New Yorkj This amplifier can also be used irk ed by Professor Williams : nd Dr.
state at 6G o'clock' last night, party} long-range radio apparatus since it Hull mrade it possible to measure the
leaders predicted that a record break- m. amplifies to such a high extent and electronic chai'ge by o'wvrving its ef-x
ing. vote of more than 3,000,000 hadj to a certain degree eliminates tube ; f we tcliddwt h lt
been cast. The weather was cold and noises., It is Ilso valuable to scien- in the vacuum. Mathematical formu-
clear throughout the state.1 tists in aiding them to carry on fur-i las related to this theory have now
So heavy was the vote, in some ther research work in this field. 'been definitely established.
New York districts tha. extra balloti The final and best amplifier which ;__________
boxes and -ballots were necessary.' was constructed, has been. presented Topekia, Kans., Nov. 4. - Kansas
The voting in New YFork' city was theI to the University'and is now installed jwound up its most 'heated campaign
most orderly in recent years. There{ in' th'e new- physics' laboratory .where! with charges and counter charges in- 1
fwere comparatively few arrests for it will be used for purposes of re- volving the Ku' Klux Klan, the over-
illegal registration and no complaints search. rationg ,up of thisarnign
of any serious trouble or interference 'In explaining the -operhdoationsn' of theiams]gn
with voters at the polls. new device Professor Wiliams cam- kONTl ~("CU

Members of the Junior Research
club held, their regular monthly mleet-' Vienna, Nov. 4.-TIhe havoc
ing at 8 o'clock last night in the by th~e war in the birth rate
Natural Science building. Oscar B. tria is brought out forcibly
Klein of the physics department read u res issued by the city school
a paper on "Recent Developments in ities of Vienna.

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ofcongratulations were ged, suffering a fractured skull. .His
ven during the day before assailiants escaped.
ere closed, from supporters___________
the country but these did
'b the customary routine, Jourknalism Class
ge attending to problems o2
Lion as usual. Writes Foar Daily
a about the executive of- --j
e outcome of the election Students taking the featiore writing
as returns from various course In journalism are writing ar-a
ere received over the wires, itle for The Daily in order to obtain
~ool~ge hmselfexpr sse o~me practical experience in prepar-
confidence in the estimate ing crnv and '1writink stories for Dub-

[hiam Butler, chairman of
can national committee,
Charles Dawes would re-
t350 votes in the electoral

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lication.
In addition to writing articles for
The Daily, the' students in this courSr3
are sending their work to diapers
throughout the state, and to the larg-
er papers throughout the country.'
Several of these stories have already
been accepted.

John W; Davis; Democratic candi-
date for the presidency after voting
at his home in Glen Cove, Long is
land, played golf this afternoon anld
c ame to the home of Frank' L. Polk
in Manhattan, to receive the r'etu'rn,,
with a few intimate' friends this eve-
1ning.
_Typical election' day crowds. began
pouring into the gr~eat "wvhite way~
soon after dark, and were unusua'lly
noisy for that 'hour. Many theatre:,
were sold out and all the Princlpal,
hotels where election rettnill h b
supplied. to the'ir gueists reportedt
1heavy reservations 'for diviner qt,,i1
supper parties.

In. Coolidge spent an hour thisj
ruing going over budget estimatesj
h Brig. General Lord, director of.
budget, and then presided over the
a~l semi-weekly cabinet meeting al-
ugh Secretaries weeks an d Wilbur
e the only members present as the
ers had left the city to vote. In 1
afternoon, hie was again at hisl
k, looking over mall and giving at-
i'on to general business.
erlin, Nov. 4.-Emile Zola's "Ther-
Raq'uin"~ is to be produced at theI
'aissance theater, the first French.
,a to be given in Germany since_
close of 1922.
"A. Better 3fichigan is
Greater Michigan"
Did you know
that the

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