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October 21, 1925 - Image 2

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LAW COMITTEES
Eleven Charnien Assme Pufties This
Week; Invitation Cosnmittee
Already at Work
WILL MEET THURSDAY
Members of the senior law class
committees were announced yester-
day by Clayton C. Purdy, president.
The names of the invitation commit-
teemen were made public last week,
as the work of that committee starts
early in the fall. A meeting of all
committeetchairmen will be held at4
o'clock Thursday in room E, Law
building.
:The. auditing committee includes L.
Beaumont Parks, chai'rman, Alton 1.
Noe, and Frank H. Backstron; mem-
orial committee, Frank E. Lewellen,
chairman, Maxwell E. Fead, and
Richard Ford; social committee,
George A. Parmenter. hairman, D.
Neil Reed, Leslie Young, and Ray-
mond E. Powers; cap and gown, Wel-
don G. Bettens, chairman, I ouis C.
Harnish, and Edward T. Stibich.
Members of the Crease dance com-
mittee are, Noble Travis, chairman,
Frederick P. Baiberger, Frederick
Walter, Francis J. Gallager, and
Thomas V. Briggs; Crease paper com-
mittee, Lucian Lane, chairman, C.
James Dresbach, James P. Seiberl-
ing, Henry Paull, and Philip H. Kel-
quis, chairman, R. Dale Law, and
George N. Gilmore.
The picture committee is composed
of Jack Williams, chairman, John W.
Ross, and Jay H. Payne, Jr.; athle-
tic committee, Charles J. Munz, Jr.,
chairman, George S. Martin, and. Lou-
is L. Landman; class day, Arthur M.
Smith, chairman, Harry H. Platt, -Ar-
ithur E. Anderson, and Donald B.
Frederick.
'Purdywill act as chairman of the
executive committee assisted by Jack
H. Page, Raymond H. Harkrider,
Robert G. Jamieson, and William A.
Gibson, Jr.
Forsythe Warns
Of Poison From
Heating System
With the approach of cold weather,
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
the Health service yesterday issued a
warning to studnts of, the danger of
carbon momoxide poisoning from gas
fed rooms and water heaters.
When inhaled in large quantities this
gas is liable to cause serious illness
or death. In former years several stu-
dents have ben found ,1nconscious in
their rooms as' a result of breathing
this poison. When inhaled in small-
er-quantities thegads may result in
chronic enemia and other such ill-
nesses.
Carbon monoxide is caused by in-
complete combustion of common il-
luminating gas. This incomplete coin-
bustion is apt to take place in water
heaters, and any such heater that has
not a pipe to carry off unburned gases
is a menace,- according to Dr. For-
sythe.
Union Lists Rooms't
For Visitors' Use
Representatives of the rooming com-
mittee of the Union will be at the
booth in the lobby of the building ev-
cry afternoon from 3 until 5 o'clock
'for the purpose of receiving addresses
or rooms which will be let to alumni
and parents of students over the week-
end of the Navy, 0. S. U., and Minne-
sota games. Some 20 addresses have
already been telephoned to the com-
mittee. These rooms are available for
inspection every afternoon.

The rooming committee plans to
have all rooms inspectd before rec-
ommending them for rental but will
not attempt to engage rooms for stu-
dents..
All rooms at the Union for the three
games have been engaged by alumni
life members.

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THE MTCHITGAN DAILY
Amundsen Buys Ship For Polar Trip; Will Lecture Here

WEDNESDNY, OCTOIEII 121, 192.
Hobbs Will Introduce Explorer To Local Audience
Prof. William H. Hobbs, head of the is a i explorer himself and has fol- ognized that it a, lar -ely (ue to
geology department, will introduce loWved with keen interest the attempts his courage and r'sourcefulness that
Captain Roald Amundsen to patrons of ar:tic explorers to reach the North he and his companions were able tev
of the Oratorical association lecture Pole, especially the efforts of Cap- 'again reach civilization. Although
course Saturday night in Hill audi- tain Amundsen. Last May, whin the Amundsen failed to reach the North
torium, Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood. people of the world were pessimistic Pole by airplane, it was generally
chairman of the course, announced about finding Amundsen and his party agreed that lie had succeeded in mak-
yesterday. The famous explorer will which was believed lost in the North ing importait observations aind is
open the lecture series by speaking; for nearly three weeks, Professor pointing the way for future aerial
on "Our Airplane Dash for the North Hobbs expressed the opinion that the navigators.
Pole." explorer and his party. would find While coning down the Norweican
Professor Hobbs, officers of the as- their way back to civilization. coast, Captain Amundsen received a
sociation feel, is the most capable On the return of the expedition the continuous ovation, and at Oslo, the
man in the University to introduce whole world united in payihg tribute Norwegian capital, his, native city; lie
the discoverer of the South Pole. He to Captain Amundsen. Tlie world re,- was overwhelmed with honors.
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Diiigible N-I is being prepared in Italy to carry the expedition of Rbald Ainundsen, famed Norwegian
explorer, and his American associate, Lincoln Ellsworth, from Roine to Nome and into the Arctic. Com. S.
Nobili of the Italian air service, desi gner of N-1, will command her on the flight.
er v p 1 &2-Clo undler R. R. viaduct.
Here's 354 Mile Urbana Trail Qa n d uh
j + ,116.3-PAW PAW, straight through.
" ' ~ ~ ~ liS.6-Cross b'ridge over canal.
As Logged By Automoible u 123.3-Pass Lake Cora on left, follow
ing concrete.

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(Continued from Page One) 99
27.3-Caution: curve right and left,99
under R. R. viaduct.}a
31.7-Keep left at fork. 99
32.1-Cross R. R. joining trolley on1
Michigan Ave. 10
33.6-JACKSON, at Michigan and1
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Francis Sts. straight ahead on Mich-;104
igan Ave. is M-17 to Battle Creek.
At traffic tower go west on Michi-
gan Ave. following trolley.
34.1-Keep left at fork at monument
with Michigan Ave.
35.5-Long curve right, and beyond
curve left with concrete joining R.
R. on right.
44.0-PARMA, pass depot on left.
51.5-Fork right at cross-roads onto
Michigan' Ave.,'
52.3--MARHALL, keep ahead on
Michigan Ave.
52.6-Curve right half way around!
park, and keep straight on M-17.
62.0-Go under trolley viaduct.
62,4-Cross bridge over R. R.
63.6-Cross R. R. onto Marshall Ave.
64.0-Cross R. R.
65.7-BATTLE CREEK, turn left
around monument onto Division St.
leaving M-17.
.65.9--Turn right at cross-streets
onto Fountain St.
66.0-Cross bridge over canal and
beyond cross two R. R.
66.4-Fork right with trolley onto
Upton St.
67.1-Go under R. R. viaduct.
77.8-Fork right with pavement onto
Avenue A.
80.4-Follow concrete straight
through remains of Camp Custer.
85.0-Straight through cross-road:
and beyond curve left.
87.6-Long curve right at fork.
89.4-Long curve right at forks.
89.7-Cross bridge over river ant
beyond curve left.
90.6-GALESBURG, through joining
trolley and M-17.
95.5-COMSTOCK, through, across
trolley.
96.0-Caution: jog right across R. R.

.5-Pass courthouse on left.
.7-KALAMAZOO, keep straight
ahead on lain St.
.9-Turn left on left hand street at
as station onto Oakland drive.
.2-Fork right onto Michigan Ave.
.7-Curve left at fork at gas sta-
ion and beyond cross R. 1i.
.9-OSHEMO, curve right through

2.0-LAWRENCE, straight through.
125.7-Cross R. R.
11.2-Il ARTFORD, straight through.
131.-4Cross R. R.
l1.9-Cross R. I.
186.2- WA T E R V L I E T, straight
through cross-roads, joining M-11.
x38.6-COLMA, turn left at cross-
road.
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(How to escape extremes in cigar smoking)

First he'd get a cigar whose mildness re-
minded him of weak tea. Then he'd get
one with the rush and wallop of a Jack
Dempsey. And then? He changed to
Blackstone!
He finds real mildness. But each puff
also gives a full-bodied, satisfying flavor.
Blackstone's filler is -famous for its ex-
treme mildness.
For factory-fresh cigars buy the handy
pocket package of 5 or io foil-wrapped
Blackstones.
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ago. It was even finer io years ago. It is
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