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AVEDNE~SDAY, MARCH 4, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACF T1TRES

Y~i, Fiild IHouse Ideal. P!iee to Hold
Shlow, Aptloiiotige 'Firae
Riead1 says

Pki n Greatest Maneuvers In Naval History

The

public officers or better professors."
A. R. Wood, '27L.-"Not, if by. so
doing, he fails to perforiln the dluties
for which the school pays him to (1o."

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FAVORS NEW TAX PLAN!
Yost field house will provide prac-
t ically thle best, buiildinig in the state
nor the Alto Show which is to be
held theve ,.March 11 to 14, in the op-;
inion of W. D. Edenburn, manager of
the Michigan Automotive Trade asso-
(ckation, who spoke on various aspects
of the automobile business at tlia
Chamber of Comnmerce luncheon yes-E
lerday noon.
Sewell I1. Platt, fresident of the as-
s('ciation, presided at the meeting,
which was sponsecred by the Ann Ar--
l',, automobile dealers. and which in- f
,,Bided grout) singing of special songs
wi itten for the occasion by some of
the (dealers.
In speaking (f tile Auto Show, thej
proceedls of which are to go thle Uni-
versit y band, Mr. hdenburn stated that
t he affrair would un dzoubt etly result in
inccas(Iactivity ill all lines of busi-
4ne,,s, as well as on the automotive
>id.One of his pflainl points was the
'importance of the nIsedl car problema
in -relation to moltcrar siSe]lling as a
whole, calling at'tention to the fact,
t there wei C twico as many us,(I
cars sold last year as there were new
oines, andl that the handling of t he
used car question often (decides a deal-
er's failure or success.
Mir. denburn exp~ressed himself as
being decidedly in favor of the weight
law andi gasolene tax measure recent-
ly passed by thle state Legislature. '
This new system, he saidl,(does not nie-
cessarily mean that drivers will bec
conipelled to pay greater taxes than a
formerly, but that instead of taxesa
being paid; in lump sums at the b~e- g
ginning of the year, they will be'l
spread out over a longer time,. andl
will be le'vied in more just propor.- j1
tion to the actual use of the high-o
ways. h
FOR MEDICAL
LBORA TORY n
In order to determine upon one of jt'
two locations for tihe Thomas Henry 'I
- impson Memorial for Medical Re- j,
search, members of the buildings and 's
grounds staff yesterday spotted test fl
poles on land opposite the Observatory a
where the laboratory is to be located. Ii
The purpose of the tests, drilling ;o
holes in the earth' to a depth of ten S
feet, is to determine the nature of the
foundation soil. An inspector is ex- Gc
Yteted here .from Detroit this week to 'ii
situdy result's obtained: b
The building, Wiade possible through ti
a bequest of. $400,000 to the Univer- !a
city last fall by Mrs. Christine Mac- o
D~onald Simpson, of Detroit, will be ' e
located on Observatory street, at the t
foot of Ann street, opposite the oil- t
-ervatory. c

.~."The Theory of Nordic Supre'macy.",
C am pus was the subject discussed at tle rlg-
M~ar meeting of tile Adelphi hoiuse, of
iepresentatives held last night in I he*
' I Adelphi rooms.
McAlester, Okla., Mar. 3.-W-\illiam
Today's question: Do you think Essex, night police sergeant, prevent-
that a college professor should run ed a break at the c. ~y jail by ineanis of
for a public office? chnkls of ice.
Where asked : Law' library.Dotdea-yyurubriio
IThe answers: Iharriet Wieston, '26, (toay. lyPy or usrito
-"No, generally I do not. So many ___________________
college professors seem to have miss-t
edl the practical questions of life and 18ON~
would be unfitted to meet the demands IA JT O D Y
or a public office. In tile case of Dean ! 111 MARCH 9
('ooley, if he gives up his school work,;,
1 think hc would be able to fill the i~ ~ u,8:2) Mtrt 4
-psto.t Prwes ,$3, $ 1.;W, 1 2, S,1,50 aland$1
M. . M~ldn,'25L.-"Yes, if teach-,Pus". i
1 I The .l '1w oct Noaile Pe1 l vn
ing were given up during the cam- in the hilstory o1
paign and tenure of office. Surely,! A i Arbor
because of the training, experience, lTr.ANS-CoN 1tIENAL ft oan1
and superior knowledge, it would seem . ITGUr E
t hat. the college professor, who has FITN ID.
he.:n saved from the degenerating in- j O-
fluzences of constant political associa- TQ
tyon f, would be t he best and l~lost suc-"X
cessfull typ~e oftc(itizeli to lioldi public ,.
office. I list ory seems to support this M RA E
View."{
Al'. L. Irag, '7L.-"Teaching, like,
everyt hing else, is an art. One whol
has worked himself up to a professor -1 ,k
ship should, ill my estimation, remain F N iA -64_wh r hec nd t e'm s go .T i,
I am sure, is the opinion of tile ma- ~ZSAHS
t. S.+S. oriy of the people. It was proven
inl the recent congressional election." 1_ L
Harry Hlartman, '25L.-"If more of j CT~ ~AOI>~
Ithem did, we would have either betters____-___ 1___

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l love: Vdmiral Rhobert E. (oontz, c omrnander-iii-ehief of the Ulnited St ates Pacilfic fleet, and the
11clinyl-ania firing a broad side. Below: TheideLI. S. S. Slienaniid ali anchored to its mtoth-
er-shlij, the Patfoka

dead the ',ant Ads

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Washlington, Mar. 3.-The judgment two ships, necessitates the use of
of tile presCidenlt's special naval h)oard :smoke andl gas.j
regarding thle relative value of air- The U. S. S. Shenandoah, carrying;
craft; and battleships, is b)einlg given her regular crew and vai iou, ob-!
an acidl test as the United States fleet. servers, inclu(;ing ex-German ollicergs, ;
assemb~ledl in tile Pacific, begins the{ will accompany the operations.
greatest naval maneuvers in Amlericanj Even with the presenlt development,
history. of aircr'aft, the plans for the opera- !
The board (disregarded the opin- tions exhibit "constructively" that the
on of British naval experts, among success of the final landing on the
othlers, andl decidled that air-planes H-awaiian islandls by the marines isF
have not achieved ascendlency over to dlependl on the success not on~ly
battleships. of tile bombardment and silencing of
Ent this is only one of the import.- forts by the guns, of the fleet but by i
ant questions to be settle(d in tile'aifomtns
nan uver. exsts "De-cisixe Battle"' April IN
Atechnical state of war now eit Ten (lays 'after leaving the United
n the 'Pacific an(d will extend theF States mlainlandl the attacking fleetl
greater part of the summer. During will make contact with tile defending
the period the entire United States ! air forces, part, of which will have ar-
Pacific Coast wvill be conlsidered sub- rived direct from Panama, the scout-'
ect to the necessities and rigors of ing fleet air squadrons not b~eingF
wa, hile the fleets on~erate to de- schedle~d to stop at Pacific ports on

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'There Is No
Que stiop
but tha you will like the
way we cook the food we
serve. It tastes home-like in
its flavor. Also our prices
are modest. You can't help,
but be pleased if you like
quality food. By the way,

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S~REEN SUPRIEA(Y VSIG~NIFICANTI'IN TS ME. NIiNG

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fend Hawaii, Alaska and the Canal
and carry into the Pacific the first ink-
ling of the uncanny scientific warfare
of tile future.j
Smol ke Scrcens Spect a uhi r Features
All forces of the fleets have been
constantly at sea for mnlths engagedl
in training oper'ations. Strides have
been madle in consolidating the opera-
tions of the surface forces withl the
air forces, resulting in the evolutionj
of a force of radliomenl whose work
Extendls from ordinary. coiunica-
ions to a. much greater field of "radio
tactics,", by which enemy units are
c-nfused and misled.
The air forces themselves wvill hold
ecret melnoeuvers, clouding up whole
miles of the ocean v:iti impenetrable
creeus and (dashinig throulgh them in
atahic.
Perhaps the most spectacular part
of tile ouerations consists of the em1-
ploymnlt of gases and smoke screens.
[very conceivab~le naval and air opera-
Jonl, except indlividuial1 combiatI. between

the way to Hawaii, as is the fleet inl
general.
It is hlighly probable that the sea
iattle for tile defcncio of iHawaii will
be foughit April 26. endinug the Ilex4:
dlay, one way or the other. Apil 2 7)
should find tile army forces in the "
island(s strongly engaged.
Dean john RI. Effiinger of the liter-
ary college 'was confined to his home
yesterday afternoon with a. slight cold.'
It is expected that lhe will be able to
resumle his dluties again todlay.

make our toasted rolls is
"different."
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