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February 18, 1925 - Image 3

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_Pre s id e n t of ?ttiIw a y A sso c iti m i
To Fight Dlaekys
. SUMMONS 43,000000
Washington, Feb. 17.-A call to th
43,000,000) daily electric railway rider
of the united States to rise u an
demand traffic congestion relicf wa
sounded toay by J. N. Shannaa,
president of th American Electri
Railway association in conventio
"Traffic congest11iois unslienabe,
h le declared. "Riesite the best effort'
of local transportation comlanis t(
p'lrovide service, it is vitually impossi
~'ble nowaays, by reason of traffic con
- gestion, to miaintain any respectabl
schedules in our city streets. Tie
average running time of an electi
carorus sholl be from 1 0 to 12
mil's n hour, and yet in some citie
it is impossible, iI the downtown se-
tions, to move at 'a greater rate o
speed than two miles an hour in an
sort of vehicle.
~"TIhe majority des not rule in te
~se :of traffic conjstion. Often-
times one person in a single vehilek
, Will get in front of a car and delay
°"06 persons in it merely by occupying~
.,-the track. Again, an unoccupied ve-
. dricl will. be parked in such a posi
'nthat it willstop or slow ill)a e-
~liclecontaining t0 persons.
a, "'hetraffic problem is not imposM-
1 ble of solution, though it admittedl
i rs difficult. For example, there are
r two major steps which, if taken, would
° Maid very much.
$ ' "First: case using the streets for
estorage hey were built to be used
azpasageways, and not as garages.
s~ Second: Unscramble traffic. Es
g tablish regular lanes of travel for th;
isparate lines of traffic anl compel
k the different conveyances to stick t
'latheir lanes."
I Americans Spend
H 400 Million For
101European Visit
Hlambu g Feb. 17-More'tan 200
p000 Americans visitd lurope during
tthe year 1924, it is estimated by t he
s lilotcl Proprietors' federation, and each
j 11raveler spent, on an average, the su
' tlfr $2,000. This means that a golden
st~'rai of sonie $400,000,000 was left be-
-diJby thiese visitors from across the
~t Atlanti, and mostly in England,
"VSwitzerlando and Italy.
i Swiss tourist business around the
' OLake of the Four Cantons has almost
"t cchedpre-wa dimensions, accord-
Ac1aclto a circular issued by the Lur-
1 Lernc canton al bank. There was an
i f ncreae of 22 porent in 1924 over
t #1 he number of guests registered in
.592. IThe, bulk of the business was
r fuTrished by tourists from England.
4"Awards to winners of the all-campus
r~gycXteipore contests which are lucd
11Pach semester will be il the fori of
Iplaque with the Oratorical associa-
/tion seal lmountedl upon it.P . I
~'loor, '25, winner of last soeeter'
11pontcest, speaking on the subject.
irtxNational Issues and the Poltical"
I amip aign," was the first to receive the
,l ilaqu.
it 4 C. W. Angell, of the nechnical
,ara wing depar ment, is the d signr
'5 jtbfthe :sal which Iboar',3tie i115(O'il)
raions, 'Universty of MIcliegan,. and
11 'Oratorical Asocia' iofl Seal." T1he

j ijentral figure, represenlted on the cir-
;°cular seal is Daemosthelies, tihe (reek
~v FS ilowardl Y. iMCClushy, of the lisycliol-f
(lwarthment , i;; to be the lprirlcil)al
N ~iipea I .rat theIli-Y clubhodinnier whhIic~
:. to be0 given thisE: Y1i ug at the V.
SC. A. butildiing. Rtobert Brown, 2i
c ~aptain of neOxt year's Varsity tl
i tTl1 team, will also be Jpre!se'Iit ,an([
~' 4111 give a brief tails. Tprin1)1ilw!r
-4 tilcl coac i of t he Ann A3rlior huigl
;;chool are to lace inaa l endlance awd
' will prolbably dceli vr a few reaaiks.
_Efforts are being made to sx'car e
Go~orge S, Haggerty, '25, ciilttmna of
a1thne Varsity b)asketball teasn, for t he oe
cl asion.
Each nicinl)er of the club hias le
',tskedi to bring with hima some other,
Snhigh school studlen-t who is p1)1 iea
inathletics or other activities so d~
!lite various school leaders will b)e r~y:p-
S3panish Society
To Meet Tonight
KLa Sociedlad H-ipaniea will meet at
:30 tonight at room 320 of the Union.
' It is urged that "as many as possible



Defends His Name RYAIJT 1T.I[EC* EHIY

Judge 'nder'Fire
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Swedis.h lProies, or\'IRill dive
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I 0'. M1ansiie 'St"isin , plte.soi of
lihysics at I La Univers=iiy of Upsala,{n
swedi.'n, iia ri ving today for a six,(lay W
v s t , wvill nakm~ w alieXI iddresses on X-
rally specto ;copy diuringI lie coming
week,^,i. 'The extott imeinof thme tallis will
be announced later. y,
Dr. Sioglms lii, c on,,--l(red one( of thle
l!"ost I) Ioiu i'iI ntpiysic-ists, is ai roted
a it 0'I (il in ItheiiWON(Iof X -ray sped -
V('5(oD = andmleas codfliited imuany re-;X=
search'les on that, 1subject . BesideOs per-
f'orm inlg 1151-my research (experiments
Ini spe'-1 roscimpy lidhs also dlevisedlz
sjwetroseopes for ha borat ory use and '
has written books on the subject.His - _______________
lajt, boo1)0k, "The S pect ros-opy of the
.X-ra y,''e wh ichi Wasre(ently trarnslated Authority 1islbeing sought by Ilhe
intoinY liaedtsby P3"rot. C eorge A. I And-'house ,hidi(cinry commn~itteee to(I ma tie
y : vofi : phyusices deoparIi ent . it. at aninvestigaf ion of c lia gesagainst
p ,m cmi rn n g vain +ed by the Cliairendon Fedleral1 Judge Ceorege 1'. English of'
lpre,",,,illV i an(I, and will be ready j thle eastern Illinois di strict. IeI is ac-

As one of a 6orles of0 centenary lec-
l iries of the Brooklyn Institute of
Ails andc Sciences, Prof. Carl D. La-I
hl~me of the botany dlepartmnent will
speak on April 3 on the subject of
44rhlm, Para Rlbber Tree in the Amla-
zon 'Valley." lieI will base his talk
on investig,,at ions which lie made when
ie Beaded an expedoition Tfrom the
limited States dlepartment of agricul-
turie toI the Amazon region in the win-
ter' of 1923-24.
The Brooklyn Institute of Arts and
Sciences is celebrating its one hund-
redth anuniversary this year and has
planned a series of fifty lectures last-'
luig throughout t he year.
While i mNew York Professor Lai ue
will visit the o0hces of the Unif edE
States Rtubber company for which lie
workted a nuimer of years.
.1 xi, Fell. 17, -C&arclital Mundelein,
ofI C hicago, anad the members of the;
lx rt y which accomupanied him from the
Uniitcd Sttes,; leave today for Rtome.
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'flit Rev. . I(,ep1 ... , ,of (Chlicago,
having' Just, le'! ied 0.I3i1. hle was mlanicol
ccrE 31?171111^it in tahe Sit whiilI voii
Jcll1 1'. intlteel :z3 iv ic('a Yeart
ago, has Ii-lltught sit. to havo thle If -
cree :set asle anad a new I i eai ii gheld,
so L.t a bedil l earit hiis name.

fxII (ii trihu lion at anl early dlale.
Dir. Seghlalian. who is at present maIk-
ing hIi,, i,°. t visit, to America, coiies to
Ann Arbor at the special invitationI

(5150(1 otf(discr'im)ination in hoax ing of
suits. Thle judge denies the accusa-,
t ious.


v , of Proi'e'ssor lAII(lSay, Who st udied
r P O it fI I Vali lli S e e two years ago. I
Offered, Charit

' 0 9.d G i>; 7 s k{'V~erilI ('otmpiete
in I I ) ,-:i} . ; t adea1 Builimg
*Worki; golig for waridmrapindly onl
time UtS v cE>rs hiosiital buildin~g, ai:
('cor(ling i 1I ie laest repot of timj
Riiit mcotiii aitt cE, Bade 1)1ubli c yes-
c driay.
"Sb1)ii i rogress 1has4 beeni
mode ii. all [iades,'' the report says,
aznd. oimit s out hat: 95 pecent of the
rough ig iil(of pul mliug is coliplete,
whIile 20 pe u-se it oi thre tiuniig fix-
tui-esarem already in plIace. Roughing
ill o' the Iligt migand 11111ses' sikgnal
syst em (circu it is ecoillilete in t omeiniu
building, a nd more than 75 pecicmit
coimpleteHi the3,adiniist ration wing.

II.~ ~ ~~~le ,X ih i;s rl. ~hman, yester1-
day inti induced a Lill wh ich would au-
thorize (list riliultioa to four organi-
zati,)-,, of $30t0,000 )inmmroyalties Ifor
aerial 1b0mb1)invenitions, wh ichm, lieI
says, is dlue Lester 11. 1Barlow, of
Cle.Veland, trom the W\arm Departmzent.
One t hird of t he sum, under the bill,
wouhlld be gi vcniihe St one Mount am
ieniorlkal association in Georgia; a
like .anmuount ,to) the Mvoumnt Ilarney
Memorial A ,sociationi in South Ilakota,
when orga nrizced ;andlone sixth. ("el
to t he ("I eveland Museui of Arts and
to t~iim ern it y H ospital of Cleveland.
In a st atement, tihe Michigan repre-
seltihtve said that although Mir. Bar-
low is not1 yet 40) years old "'practically
all orf ouraerial 1)0511), iii ii'ahictl mred
amid mused during;IOlie war avid singce,f

'' O O ZOn im m g~' w ill le t e Slit) ec t ot, I 1l.e
recGond lectiuie) to blivel yenI ,-l rabick
B*~ ~~~~dv o XiliusIe8Ia of time (it ,'
:;f Newv Yor'k and re >a'-aded a'.; one of-
raie lea ding autlhe 1.i I ies oiul 'i Iy plamn-
ning, all 4:15 o'clock ini Natuoral tSci-
ence auihito~ i, am. Ai-r. ;Willilooms opeim-
A( his s eries of talks on "''Gilv Plamn-
; aing fronm tie 'aw~ers Poinmt of
View''Yesterta y xM ien ih(di,, scm
Ibis thirdl leciuma xwiii deal withi
"Planning tr~Som-" an~'amd will be Div--
en at 110'('i 0"i(toinmom'iowi in Na Iii iem
Science auditoriimi. Air. Williamis wtil
(cone11u(de his -eries with a dlisc'ussion
(If' "'RegionalI Planning with Especial
Ileference ,to t he RegiomnalI tiann lug o°
Newv York'' at. '4:15 o'c lock in the sammenc
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all installed. tie $30t),000) rcmuamiimmg to the organiii-1
IZ thme mwain biuiling, fromllthe Sec-,' zatiou' -, the " ttellsemitcontinud
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uncult to 1 hethird flomom, wood t:Irimilmmmimmg' At arToSp ak
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