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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LWNIS ORUB SEEKS
WELFARE WORK FUNDS
Home building, newspaper selling,
baseball promoting, and the staging'
of a bazaar for the sale of radio parts
may be undertaken by the Kiwanis1
club if plans made at their meeting,

Londoners Seek
Long-Lost Loot
In Navarino Bay
London, Apil 9.-Searching for
sunken treasure in Navarino Bay, off
the Greek coast, where a fleet of Tur-
co-Egyptian and Tunisian vessels
went down nearly a hundred years

Ne w Longworth Baby, Paulina,
Is "Jlust Basketful Of Happiness".
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ROTAINS WILL SEND
THIRTY TO CONVENTION

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Monday materialize. The proceeds are ago, was begun recently by a London
too g toward continuing the clu l's sydicate of insurance brokers. Spe-

welfare work in the University hospi-
tal and at the Y. 4. C. A. camp. The
organization has been pressed for
funds for some time, and each member
was urged to formulate a plan where-
by the necessary finances might be
raised, and the above suggestions
were among those forthcoming.
Jay G. Pray proposed that the clubf
build two new houses, and before the
neeting had closed other members
volunteered to ofier the materialsJ
needed. One member olTered two lots,
and most. of the materials will be;
donated at cost, while others offered ;
their services. Among the things
donated were: plans, sewers, trucking
service, lawyers' services, fire insur-;
ance, excavation, lunches for workers,
paint, varnish, and wall paper.
Largest Number
Of High Winds
Comes In March
March of all months in the year still
continues to hold the record for high j
winds, although the biggest wiii( ever
actually measured blew across MountJ
Washington on a January day,
This record was niade Jan. 11, 1878.
when a velocity of 186 miles an hour
was recorded on an official anemom-
eter there. But high winds reach
their greatest number in March, par-
ticularly in the country east of the I
Mississippi river.
"How strong was the wind" is aa
question often asked after a destruc-
tive storm. The American NatureJ
association says the answer is liable
to be misleading, for it is almost al-1
ways stated in terms of speed rathera
than force. The force of a wind canJ
be indicated accurately by saying
what pressure it exerts in pounds per
square foot upon a surface at right
angles to its path.
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cially designed salvage ships were
sent to the scene with the hope of
being able to carry out" their purpose.
Members of the expedition have come
to London for additional supplies and
diving apparatus and, according to
their reports, 63 ships were lost on
which there were gold, precious
stones and statuary which the Turks
had removed from Greek towns.
The treasure had been taken on
board the fleet for transport to Turkey
when Admiral Cod'rington in 1827 en-
gaged the vessels in battle and sank
most of them. The bay where the
work has been started is about four
miles square, with rock bottom and
a maximum depth of water of approx-
imately 180 feet.
New Type Planes
AboutCompleted
Four new specially-designed army
ambulance airplanes soon will be plac-
ed in commission, if tests now in
progress prove satisfactory. One of
the selected models has been received
at McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio, and is
being put through its paces. Prelimin-
ary reports indicate that it will meas-
ure up to requirements.
The new plane is capable of flying
100 miles an hour and has accommo-
dations for two patients, the pilot and
a flight surgeon.
While the army jealously guards
structural secrets of its other air-
craft, it makes available to other na-
tions information regarding ambu-
lance airplanes. England, France,
Czechoslovakia and Sweden have ina
turn supplied the American govern-
inent with information regarding med-
ical aeronautics.
U.S. Bureau To
Produce Helium'

Ann Arbor's Rotary club is to be I
represented by 30 nmembers and their
wives at the eighteenth distriet con-r i
vention which will be held at London,
Canada, April 16, 17, and 18. The I
eighteenth district, of which Grover 0
Good is governor, comprises Michigan i
and the province of Ontario.
Among those who expect to attend
A from the local club are: Dr. Elarley
A. Haynes, (lirector of the University
hospital, and Mrs. Haynes; Dr. John
Sundwall, of the public health divi-
sion; Mayor George E. Lewis, Hack-
ley Butler, Dr. Louis Hall, of the den-
tal college; Prof. Joseph R. Hayden
of the political science department;
Prof. Evans Holbrook, of the law de-
partment Horatio Abbott. Capt. Ion
C. holm, United States cavalry, and
~Dr. B. Meyers.(v /
Jealous Husband
Displays Caution
A letter picked up on the beach near
Kamakura, Japan, and handed to the
police contained these injunctions
from a jealous naval officer to his
wife:
"Never converse with the postman
or the tradesmen. Have the newspa-
per and letters delivered through the
slit in the door. Don't go to the pitblic _ .,
bath at night."

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Miss Pauline Longworth, infant daughter of Rep. Nicholas Longworth
and Mrs. Longworth, formerly Alice Roosevelt, is about to go for 4 stroll
on the arm of her proud daddy, in a 35-cent basket as the above photo, the
best received of the little miss, shows.
London Fishermen Locomotive Hits
Become Firemen!, Sleeping Driver
Just why fishermen want to be- A man should show some consider-
come London firemen is difficult to ex- !aton for a locomotive, held Justice of
plain, but it is recorded at the head- the Peace Walter Bird recently in
quarters of the London Fire Brigade assessing hugh Jamieson $67.72 for
that the majority of their recruits damaging with his automobile a
are drawn from the sea. Southern Pacific engine proceeding
It is said that a fireman's life seems peaceably along its own right-of-way.
to have a fascination for men used to IThe evidence indicated that Jamie-
hard and exciting work on a trawler, j son drove his car down the railroad,
and after any big London fire there is ; parked it on the tracks and went to
always an increase in"the number of sleep. Members of the train crew
applications for admission to the said they had to awaken Jamieson
brigade. after he had been carried for 90 feet
Seafaring candidates make the best on the engine pilot. The locomotive1
firemen, because they are accustomed got the worst of the encounter. Jam-
to turn out in all kinds of weather and iesou was not hurt.
to do any jot) at a moment's notice. I
Also they are used to strict discipline. Pay for your Subscription today.

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The Bureau of Mines, under an act
passed in the last congress, will take
over from the navy about July 1 the
production of helium, the gas used
in inflating the giant dirigibles Los
Angeles and Shenandoah. This
transfer is not expected by Dr. S. C.
Lind, chief chemist of the bureau,
to involve any marked change in
policy.
'No' appreciable quantity of helium
is being exported now, and the new
law provides that export applica-
tions must be made to the secretary
of the interior and permission ob-
tained from the President, on the
joint recommendation of the secre-
taries of war, navy and interior.
This provision was put into the law
to permit future American trans-
oceanic air lines to have a supply of
helium on hand at their foreign ter-
minals.
Officials of the bureau are careful to
point out that the new bar against
helium exportation will not militate
against foreign scientists who desire
a small quantity of the gas for their
laboratories.
Ruffled Grouse
Attracts Crowd

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Special Dinner de
Luxe in Blue Room
and English Grill
from 6 to8:30p. m.
(Excep- Sunday)
Price $2.00.
Jean Qoldkette's
DanceOrchestra in
Blue Room every
night except Sun-
day from 7 p. m. to
1 a. m.

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Club Luncheon at
$1.25 served daily
in Blue Room and
English grill Ex-
ept Sunday.
Afternoon Tea in
Chinoise and Palm
Rooms. Cafeteria
Service in Coffee
Shop.

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Joseph Tborngren, 'who wields the;
broom anld mop no longer, and
some of his wvork.
Galesburg, Ill, April. 9.-Genius
that has beep dormant in Josephn
Thorngren for decades has at last
flamed anew.
Thorngren, until lately a janitor,
has cast aside his broom and mop,
and is again an artist, having attain-
ed fame overnight as a sculptor and
painter.
Talent in his youth, which attract-
ed attention in Sweden, his native
land, led Thorngren to go to Italy,
where he studied under great artists.
Dissipation, however, ruined what ap-
peared to be a brilliant career, and lie
came to the United States, discourag-
ed and penniless.
To support himself, he worked as a
janitor and in other menial occupa-
tions.
Now, at 62, he is giving evidence
that the deft touch of his early days
has not disappeared.
Specimens of his work in sculp-
ture and painting created comment in
art circles. and caused George S.
Dole and Ben Cable of the Chicago
Art Institute to provide him with a
studio.
Thorngren's busts of Harding and}
Pershing demonstrate talent in clay,

Perched high on a tree limb on
South University avenue recently, a
ruffled grouse excited the admiration
and wonder of a crowd of passersby.
The bird had been there for quite
awhile, evidently resting from a long
flight, when its presence was called
to the attention of a member of the
zoological department. The latter
procuredla gun and the bird was
slaughtered.
This is the first time a ruffled
grouse has been seen around Ann Ar-
bor in the early Spring, Fall flights
not being uncommon.
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SPECIAL DINNER
FOR
EASTER SUNDAY
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ROUSE and pheasant from in the colorful Venetian Room.
English moors, caviar from This, the largest of the Book-Cadillac
Soviet Russia, delicious restaurants is also the most luxur-
foie gras from Strassburg ions. Menus are cosmopolitan in tone
-these and other world delicacies and cuisine is under personal super-
may grace your table, when dining vision ofinternationallyfamous chefs.
Service a la carte in Venetian Restaurant
Music by Goldkette's Symphony Orchestra
THE BOOK-CADILLAC HOTEL COMPANY
ROY CARRUTHERS, resident
I2OO ROOMS $4.00 AND UP. 475 ROOMS AT MINIMUM RATE AND $5.00

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Some Easter Suggestions-
From Conn Music Shop
"Cultivate your musical bump"-learn to play a Conn, for even: with all its exclusive
features these instruments are easiest to play. Talk it over with Dad and Mother during
Spring Vacation and came back to us and let us aid you in making your expenses in your
spare time.

CANDY BAR
HEADQUARTERS
All the Popular 5c and
10c bars
Tabler's
Imported
Swiss Milk
A wonderful bar
Delicious
Pop Corn Balls

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THE PETER PAN-A delightful
thing to have on any joyous occasion. A
portable music making instrument that will
please all music lovers. And to go with
this we have those justly popular Ukelele

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