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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1925
I SKS CARRDR
R T KEPROTEST
President of Railiway Association
Issues Call to, Mobilize
To Fighit D)eays
SUMMONS 43,00000
Washington, Febt. 17.-A call to the
Ji4 i,oo0,0Ot) daily electric railway riders
~or the United States to rise up and
demandl traffic con gestion relief was
:4soundeil today by J. N. Siannahan,
fpresidtent, Of the American ElectricC
j; Itatilwaiy association in convention
"Traffic congestion is unspeakable,"
I ik declaredl. "Diespit e the hest efforts
provide service, it is virtually imposs-
Me nowadays, by reason of traffic con-
jstion. to rnaint'dil any respectab~le
chedules in our city streets. The
veag running time of an electric
"mIles an hour, mind yet. in sOme cities
it is impossible, in the downtown se-
l ions, to move at a greater rate of
ipedthan two miles an hour in any
sort or vehicle.
"The majorit y dries not rule in .tlie
,~oOf tlrl mc congest ion. Otn
Ofen im es one person in a sinlgle vehile
will1 get in front of a car and delay
0'e persons in it merely by occupying
1he track. Again, an unoccupied ve-
hicle will be patrked in such a posi-
b that it will stop or slow up a ye-
I te coitt aitint, 00 persons.
- "The tra ffic problem is not inmpos,i-
9 6le of solution, though it. admittedly
'~dilicullt. For example, there are.
ii"v0 mryjor steps which, if taken, woud
Wivery mnch.
iti u Fist cease using the streets for
pi. mra.e. Tfhey -were built to be used
t t pa issgeways, and not as garages.
' Second: iiscranible t raflic. Es-
0.ilish regular lanes of travel for the
11eparate lines of traffic andf cornp1)l
t~ je different: conveyances to stick to
h ddeir lanes."
A~mericans Spend
400 Mtillion For
x European Viss
IHamburg, Feb. 1,-More than 200,) -.1
41400 Americans visited Europe during
t le6.year 1924, it is estimated by the
,'al~oiel Proprietors' federation, and each
~tfavelor spent, on an average, the sumi
1 $2'000. Thisi means that a golden ,
~i ai1 or some $400Q,000,000 was left be-
;'hdby these visitors from actross the
M antle, and mnosty in Engl d,!
I~itzer'iand and Italy.
Swiss tourist business around I heo
t 'ale of the Four Cantons has almost
~ache~d lir-wa r dimiensions, accordt
g to a circular issuied by tho tLu-
iene cant onal hank. T here was an
p~oreas o of 22 pei'Cent. in I9 w4 over
ai avnmber Of guests registered in
1 2.Tile bulk of the business was
tdrnished by tourists from 1England.
MN1TEST WINNERS To
BE AWADE PLAQES
t ;Awards to winners of the all-canipis
1kxtempore contests which are held
BchWl semester wil be in the form ot
yt .plague with the Ortorical a550(eia-;
'Al4ou seal mioutte up~orii 11I. E.
44toore, '25, winner of last soinostei"5
,t wanteat, speaking; on the suibject.
iNational issues and the Political
lmipaigfl," was the first to receive the
rt Jtrue.,

tC. WV. A1ngell, o1 the mechanical
drawving dellarl ment, is the designer
pr the seat which bears the inscrill-
tain s iveity of Mi'ichigan," and
^(iatorialAsi§ociation Seal." The
entral figure represented on the cir-
ttlar seal is i)emosthien es, the Greek
0';1tor,
AMCGLUSKY WILL SPEAK
1, AT 1U- CLUB MEETING
tt~l iow and Y. Mc.C insly, ofthe psychlo!-
department', is to lbe the principal
! peal Or at tile lli-Y club dinner which
iA~ to be given tis evening at 1110e Y.
Ci1 . A. building. Robert: Brown, '26,
,If1tptaiin of nest: year's Var'sity toot-
1)l l e~rn , wvill also be presenit. and
jOtill give, a brief talky. rfhe prin'i pal
:<iEid coach ocf the Ann Arbor hiigh
,~hool are to be in attenda ne and
t~ill profbably (deliver a few remarksi.
,}1fforts are Ilicing nmade to1 seen icr
m*eorge S. 1laggerty, '25, captSinl of
',le Varsity basketball teamn, for the oc
.E slion.
1,acli )nenmer of thIe club has been
--,fd;et to bring; with himi some other
plth sc~hool stutdent who is pm- ain ent
tb ;athletics or of ihem activities; so that
.t e variouIs school leaders will be rep-
r,, panish Society
To Meet Tonight'
f vV
La Sociedad Hlispanica wviil meet: at
T:fl '10 toikht a room 320 of the Union.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Defends His Name '-A UHRT
-- WILLLECTUP1EHERE

Judge 'Under 'Fire

Swedishi Professor 'Will Glive Two
1eetores During Coming
Week
DATE NOT SET
Dr. Manne Sieghahn, professor of
physics at the university of Upsala,
'Sweden, arriving today for a six (lay
tvs Vt, will nmaike two addresses on X-
r<ay spool rosopy during the comingj
xv (Ph. The' e a;'i time of the talks will
be arlnmuncledllater.
' Dr. Siegbaflu, considemed one of the
most 1pronentI&I, physicists, its a noted
a lith roil y in lie IfQI d of X-ray spect-
NOS(°'1&py and] has conducted many me-I
searches on that subject. Besides per-
forcing reanay research experiments
in : petrosc-py he has also devised I
,pp,,troscopes for laboratory use and
has writtten lrocks on the subject. His
st b oic, " lhie Spectroscopy of the
X-raiy," wh.ich wAa:, recently translated
V 0~ Eitrt;;,i by P-rof. s eorge A. Lind-
, ry, ol i ho pliysic:departmen it.it a
iil'e: 1enlT being printed by the ('larendon
iprf,:hsit l'Tnhi~nd, and xil be readyj
for dist ribut ion ait an early dlate. j
Di'.SoRgsiln, who is at present mak-
ing his first visit to America, comes toF
Anm Arbor at the special invitation
of Professor Lindsay, who studied
Wtillh bni in Sweden two years ago.

LARUE TO GIE ADDRESS
AT BROOKLYN INSTITUTE
As one of a series of centenary lee-
a tres of the 'Brooklyn Institute of
Arts and Sciences, Prof. Carl D. La-
Rue of the botany department will
speak on April 3 on the subject of
"The Para Rubber Tree in the Ama-
zon Vgalley." lHe iil base his talk
on investigation s which he made when
he headed an expedition from the
U~nited1 States department of agricul-
lure to the Amazon region in the win-
ter (If 1923-24.
Thre firooklyn Tnstitute of Arts and
Sciences is celebrating its one hund-
rm dth anniversary this year and has,
planned a series of fifty lectures last-
inig throughout the year.
AVhiie in Nexw York Professor Lallue
will visit the offices of the 'United
States Rubber conmpany for which he
worked a number of years.
1Pis, Feb. 17,-Cardinal Mundelein,
cVt hcaoand the members of th-e
I'~~f '2:ich coinpanied him from thej
E lI ut cs, leave today for Rome.

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After College-W1.,a9

Th Rev. JX osephb L cell, of Chiic,.go,
having jus t learnedlthat lie was name(
mr' ll ) nt in the sit ywiebvh on
R'bin P". 1 n l:tit a S ivo 'cS' a '
ago, Ii s 1bri}1git w~it to hiaxve flie dry.
(1'e et .,w-tsl notiteCV oarito glid 1,
;-,o t hat lip, can('cleam his na'nie.
ODNOT iiinf ATrr

Authority is being sought by thle
house judiciary committiees to mahe'
an investigation of' char'ges against
Federal Judge George W. English of
the eastern fIlinois d istict, Hie is ac-
oxised of discrimiination in hearing of
sut,. The ;judge denies the accusa-

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BUILDING PRORESRoyalty On Air
fBomb Invention
---- Offered Charity!

WILLAMSWILL DELIVH
SECONDLECTURE TODA
/zoninig" will be h ii 1 t ofti
cc ~ond lectur e t t. I(a xve i

Terrazzo Floors 75 Per-cent Complete
In TIos13tstaI; )fedlcal Building
k Nearly IReady
EQUIPMENT IS LISTED
Work L, goill g forlward(1rapIidly on
the 1',n ivye isit y hospital building, ac-
e or iing to the 1a 'st i'eport of thle
i: ilil:ag r(eimnlitt e, made public yes-
"~>bs at alprogress has been
mYade in all trades," the report says,
and ptoinits (,illt tbat 95 per'cent; of the
s iollgh l:xg ilIfold p~lmbing is complete,
whtile 0 2)epr.ecnt ofthe plumbing fix'-
tnes are already in place. Roughing
in of . tlC lightin.g and inurs es' signal
k":(1st e ircfli is comrplete in the miai
Izuiti .ur tad more Ithan 75 percent
co~p W m inhe a dministra tionl wing,
'P1 l_ p:rt it ions are set. I l'oughout
the Lnhig lo aterers have been
ioU ~ ~ nil o o1;th OI closely and are an
ii!O fvmt i f trh lnor. lies Iing 'mld
s I h h eitl~it iit 1 is teal
allii~le
111tlie nma in buildilng, from 1the se
(:Iil to Ht t 'suti linern ci isive, an1d
i11ll itio s I''( tyiitng lio t he base-
fi11 t , t A fl' on, wotod t rimming
ii ai iu 1l :te e mcosl iral work is
t ;n t t1~ ~ieO m'i'loidof (Ithe 'floors
tt'~t i 1to IsiN,. \lfr e tant 75 tper-
1'1Zr( fon'has ibf-11 laid.
Li ~i t,~ 1 ef1' r iltospi talI is be-
:Ii I. e 'tia ndpit(llh:geO5are being~
£tt.:- :t ,. 'orll'd tn Withi the scheduile
ttl>; ri' l Alimake all e,seittiall Sppai-
1t'' - ai ie by v tihe irne the build
111' ! tis comiQI-8t.
l1., i eU' V lI ntiea 1building, p1 1111-1
or; artilt;I ir twoik, and it ins
(1u within two weeks, the
w11ti il X l i.a rtntdy toi' UaCEj ee
! se ix-ue a:e ot oVet 111 place.
: ;1ia~ ', £i ieiut" ix:de inithe uni-

W-sh ngtcn, VAb. 17,-Rep. Arthur B Williams, legal adtvisori'of the city
ti,\''A~ is,(Hep.), NMich'ig'an, yesteri- 'cO New York alld pegstdled aP,(ionC of
f(y ;t L'I t'Dbill which xwould au- ;he leadling antli titt's on citypil~ t
i( l1i10 dish A.bt iofl to four organi- :Ling~, at 4 :115 o'cl ot'cin Nat trl'a Se
na es of $300,000 in royalties for ('tUioli .1... . ' iIi ts t' i-
at'a1b nIinvent ions, which, lie ed Itis ser'ies oft' I tt5 oi ''( ' Sian -
(tie Lester P. Barlow, of ; °lng tt'cn1l te z~rrei°'u point of '
Cieeatid, i'rom the XWar Department. ! View" ycstcrd(L y'wilnlie1,(h '"c :2':,'I
Ccthird of the sum, under the lill, I Fiindlamenu alas.'
xvould be given the Stone Mountain Hi s third(llecttti'e will (tteal withI
Memorial association in Georgia; a "Planning for Beauity" andi will be giv--
like tamount. to the Mount Harney en at 1.i o'clock tomnorrowN in > atiln'tl

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ile: - al Association in South Dakota,
whe,,n organized ; and one sixth each
to iii ('loveland Museum of Arts and
to itie Mtetnity Hospital of Cleveland.
In a a: arement, the Michigan repre-
seta.v said that although Mr. Bar'-
low g int yet: 40 years old "practically
sal (1 oDias aeriial bomb,,imanufacturedl
and ul ased during flie war and since,
have been uander the Barlow platents."
The inivenitol is remit ting one halfA
lfIi juist claim (If :600,000) to the
(>x'muen ,reieasing it from further
hasL pliyments and dIistribtinilg
tip ;,,' - 100 oniaining tol the organ-i-
4.1~ the statement contintued.
Gioves To Speak
Before Botanists
Pi of, ('lilt oid (.. Cover, sCt-rMary ot
the College of 'liat'macy, wx'ill address1
the r'eamtlar' mee ting of the botanical
sieminar at 4 :30 o'clock today in Room
117:3 0'He 'natural Science building.
ITs mitldject will be "Prineirles Under-I
Muig fBotanical C7lassification,",
E 'ers:it y hops:, sand is being assembled
in flte at, building as tast a=7 it is
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Secret love and stolen kisses
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moment-Then w :a?
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