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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY

19, 1925

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THMM

WILLAMS PEAK
ON CITY ZONINGi
Noted Autlirity Explains P~urpose and
Legal Problemis Itating to
City 1"lanzni
WILL LECTURE TODAY
-Frank B. Williams, noted zoning and
city planning authority, delivered the
second of a series of lectures on zon-
ing at 4:15 o'clock yesterday in thej
Natural Science auditorium.
"Zoning," saidl Mr. Williams, "ac-
cording to the city planner, is the put-
ting of land in the different parts of
a given community to the use for
which it is best fitted, for the promo-
tion of public health and convenience,
and to preserve such land to use for
which it has been set aside."
Mr. Williams explained the process
of planning and zoning a city and
discussed the main objects of a zon-
ing ordinance.
"The objects of zoning a city is to
promote the public health, to promote
the public safety, to provide economy
and efficiency by relating the zonesi1
t~o each other, and to preserve the
land values.
"Zoning raises certain legal prob-
lems which are of considerable diffi-
culty. The landowner on one side of
the zoning line is not allowed to (d0
wNith his land as the owner of land
on the other side. To cope with this
situation a board of appeals is creat-
ed, to which objections dan be made.
The board of appeals must see, how-j
o ver, that property values are not im-
paired by the erection of buildings in
such cases."
Mr. Williams will give two lectures
today, both fu the Natural Science
auditorium, one at ,11 o'clock on
"Planning for Beauty" and th-a other
at 4:15 o'clock on "Regional Planning;
with Especial Reference to the Plan-
ning of New York."

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I 1' trifed Iieada man, and cites as evidence the trace
J e d of hair that can be seen at the back
oft the head in the photographs. If
uzscoverea mfl .such is actually the case, it will be a'
r emarkable upset in jarchaeological
Northern a e circles.

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______Frederick M. Gaige, curator of in-
The head of a man, the face, set in; sects on the staff of the museum, isj
an expression of extreme fear, has of the opinion that the head is simply
bcen found in a lonely lake in north-1J a "death mask," the wcfk of some
ern Michigan, between Petoskey and sculptor which was thrown into the
Charlevoix by Rev. J. M. Rogers, of .lake a few feet from shore. Thisj
Mackinaw City. Five pictures of the would account for the marked expres-'
head, from various angles, have been sino1errsow ntepoo
received by the (ivision of archeolo- !graphs.
gy of the museum of zoology of the Asilacaeourd svrl
University. years ago when a "petrified head" was
Reverend Rogers sent the photos, brought up by a -dredge in the Hud-
ttogether with a description of the find, son river. Thlis turned out to be the
to Priof. Earl V. Moore, of the school !noel(Iha faRmneprr
of rusi, wo trnedthemater verwhich had been thrown into the stream
to the museum. Prof. W. B. Hins- from an artist's studio near the bank:.1
dale, direc:tor of the archaeological
division, has written for the head, and
it will be shipped to Ann Arbor for
investigati -n as soon as possible. Read the Want Ads
Reverend Rogers was of the opinion
that his findI wa~ the petrified head of
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'Faculty~, Cleveland Bergdoll was a world War sked by a New York editor for his
ihero or a democratic statesman. ; c inion of Babe Ruth. He cabled back
B a ly In lies ITo the studlents the results of tlwir query, " Who is she?"
"J ~examination suggested that -.whiat is
F'or.Kin ivledgefundamu1ental knowledg to Broadway PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
is o' little importance to the profes-
s11n1al mii. For that matter even
New Orleans, Feb. 18.-The faculty men of letters are not always as vad th.\ an 1 d
1cf Newcomb college fared badly when informed as they mighut be on currehL eh aI
p~ut through an intelligence test here suhbiects. Bernard1 Sh=:w was once
recently by the young women students -
of that institution. Tfhe women chall- __________ ________________________________
('nged 2:3 professors to a test after
flunking a similar examination given by th eductors
1"Al Jolson is a wrestling champion," flN
wrote one of the professors. Another j
stated that Filet Mignon is an operaE
by Puccini. 'Still another member of
the faculty, when asked for a defini-
ioo bilatn, epidta ti rekxaration that ladies put into Shoe Laces otia e
j ~ teyes to make them shine." One T oh at
e:i~iator wasn't rIe wh2'the.r Grover Sfop. Polish Penc I
ly7ie argest sellingToilet Soaps TabletsM111k
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to Cardinal Alc raier, is the be:i knownm
nmcmbcr of the woman Catholic clergy
in Belgium, is coining to the United
States to begin a earn ipaigmi for furth-
er tunds fo- rest orat ion of dlevasifat ed
regionis.

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urged to report any afternoon
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"Beta and Gamma Ray Theories" was
the subject of discussion at a meeting
of the Students' Mathematical society!
yesterday aft ernoon in 'the Chemistry
b~uilding.

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SThe Daily do youc
interesting?
Where asked : TlI
Th'le answers: Ma
S"To me the most it
Thie Daily is the Tv
t-ohumnn It always c{
new and interesting,
originality andl cour.
ta;I find decidedly
Gladys M. King,
the editorial section
Silost interesting, b,
gives vauable infori
' sight into the 3nu(1
Sof' the (lay. The st)
orials are written is
Orvil I lagemeistei
~that. the theatrical ct
hinteresting, espjeciall
-so many eminent d2
the staff."
Ruth Tollman, '26
p saee and t.the Music a
at-e the most intuer
generally look at t,
first, because of the
v, women's affairs on t
Sis given there, but
the Music and IDra
is always interestin.
. musing."
Leslie Henry, '26.
-the Official Bulletin
while and reliable
*Daily. In fact, that

What part of
consider the most ______________________________
Screen Supremacy Significantjit hits N3in g
ary Beeman, 126.-J
Iteresting par t of --Last Times Toniht--
Music and Dramaorg
:ontains something
annd displays ans." H EI AD S,
Cag,'e of conviction ?4H E~ P R D S '
yinteresting."J.
'26.-"I consider : with-5
of Th'le Daily the DORIS KENYON - RONALD COLMAN
ecause it always
niation and an in-jx
FI dscusedtroics=:(l-3:0.700.:30And All Star Cast
yle in which edit-
always plea sing.' ___>
oluc1nin1 is the most: FR IDAY-SATURDAY
ly since there a me
i'amaic cjtic Oilreturn Engagement of the World's Most Spectacular Sea Story by
--"The wonmen':;s
ndl Drama column RAFAEL SABATINI
est ing to mie. I'
he women's page
information ab~out
the campiius which-_r
I always turn to
ola column which
-g and many times
-"In .my opinion
is the most worth- "
section of The
,t is all I read."? Featuring
MILTON SILLS
6UlIDANE ENID BENNETTP
a - ,yWALLACE BEERY
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have signed up: '
1guidance depart-
tChristian associ-
tevee o h ing conqultations
r faculty men who 4
them information
f work in which !" ...: A
>enter. ..r '
meetings of the 75b
'dl for information
f a profession will
)nahlit y will be the~yG
on at these meet-
jsemester faculty
ess these gathier-_:.
all business mneii--
s who have agreedl
li vocaltional guidl-
interviewing st u t ..-
next weem to ar- ;p
f'or comnsultations,
ohave not already
egist er in the vo-
plan at Lane hall,
by Harold L~. Wil-
n of the vocational I
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urpose of discuss- an d a ujazing adventure, thbroughl '
p)ersonality. Only tue which stalks one of tile truly{
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IncQludling revelry In Paris
Christie at Its gayest A
Comedy laugh or a thrill
Rinogranas every- secolhi.
Novelties
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All students who
with the vocational
ment of the Student
aition are being in'
purpose of arrang
with business men o
will be able to give
relative to fields o
they are planning to
Wit himn a week im
m en who have ask o e Tli~i h i e o
be arranged. lPers(
subject fol.(iselussi
ings. Later in the
speakers will addr
ingy. A meeting of
and faculty member;
to (cooperate with t0
ance (lepacrtmenitin
dlents will lbe held
range definite (dates
Any sudlents wi
done so can now r
cartional gutidance is
iI- ,was arnouncedl1I
hams, '25E, chaiirma
gutilancee departmei
A meeting will b
Lane hall for time p
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