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FRIDAY, NOr VMBER 6, 1925

THE. MICHIGAN

DAILY

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rHF MICIITCAM DAT! Y PAGE Tfl1~EW

T 1 } in their quarters in thie neW building~
WO L Y W L A K NEW A THLETfIC OFFICES for sohie time.1(
W, O 1,EY l[[ 91K( !No {lerfnl ,ie latuas Been set for t he
~QNTRA SPO TATON EADfFO O1CUPNCofhork oil ue odofc
inl ii fc 31(aIc.ii ,UciV 11. It. is prob~able
04 'D,,o 11ustraailed Lectures) i c 1al ii , , hiat t Huuest ion will lbe settled by
WI e veIOn Mondsay _ ~[XX(r ;l n('ontr{ol of Athl1etic,,
- : II~s'9aeczhty Vvor1: as started yosterda y on thie ,ili h' i ii ect the imorning of the
- i ~~~remtoval of tiW do~ices ofLieAhei gla tti'tiioz
PA RT - IME NX PROFESSOR association from the Yost field) h1)use -
to I Iffir new space in the remodeled The lar ,E:T air exhli e>s int) he wo)r~l
Prof. John S. Worley of the civil Adlnnirtratio rbuilding. It is expec- t s arIsea ad W.ill he pi~tair ml 0 SPVV
ianginteering dlepartment will deliver ed that all of theO coaches will be in - betwe e iI .v ?:!l( ad the Cofli inc iU.
the first two of a series of illustrated' Stalled inI the newv c; arter.sby Mcn- h aau11' :'~isii1MJ!
1ectures at o'clock Monday morning( day. sealts 9a 50 -Vass enger s.
Ktnd atS o'clock Tfuesday morning in This change will complete the ren- -
room 311 of the West engineering ovation of the building with theex- sh n Eratil waow n r'eat nii,
Building. His subject will be thel ception of the' second floor, which is 'Wiltshire, recently by Gower Tiiom--
"Hlistory antd Development of Trans- to be divided into roomns to be used as, of A1bortridwr, ( htionrgun. Ai.
portation." as offices lby the intramural dlepar.-Itnui~csstitl (compitorC'.1. (lix, o #
Dur _ing the last summer Professor ment and the four yoar course in i31ur11ni-onl-Sea, declares his voice
E'Worley, wiho has taught transporta- physical education. Philip C. Pack, carries sevenI:Wmiles.
lion engineering. in the University for director of p~ublicity, and Harry Til - _______
the past twvo years, was elected vice- lotson, business manager, have been )head the Classified Page--it pays.
president and general manager of they -
11abirshaw Cable and Wire corpora-
tion of New York 'city. Instead of ac- f - ~ - w._..,............. .,._,....,_-
c pting his resignation however,' theIT ' HAR ON NGT
Board of Regents elected him t'
part-time professorship. So, com- M~'~1ueiAnuc h aeei i
mnencing this year, lie will spend §ev- rl ca s o a h m n h i n r
bor to maintain a general supervision
over the transportation library and
ove the courses, in railway engineer-;
ink , and to deliver the course of lec- F -----
tures which he will start next week. t~ VRAM~ ?i X4 {Iiu.1''
rhesecond 'groi r of two lectures will HA1SMI
Te c. .given on Monday, Nov. 30, and M SIAL {l~ ~ll ;UP=y IiEg :U ELyy Y,i
In prep~aration of his history of NOT a P.P1
t7 ansportation, Professor Worley. has -_________---_____
miade a minute study of the subject WITH! FI7 E S 1' A, }'E{VSIf
fr'om the very beginning through the Cenitury I ie' Lolu lu " ed ~I r
various stages, up to the present time. -SIt{ BI'; f A RI) 1431t}OF RAII A' 4 I11L
The course which he will give will Pi(cs, $1,141,$1.65, $ , $2.75 ( > Ialacluing'l sx)
be illustrated ]by amore than 200 lan- M vail Orders T~iow--Seais thrsilay
tern slides, many of which present;
rare and unusual pictures. 7r
Th.r ougbon.. the semester, classes ins
civil engineering coming at the hours I r W IHi
othe lectures will be dismissed in a-'eniI
Dill I to give the students an oppor- IAU1Hh ~ ~ i. y
tilnity to attend. All members of the ,r_ ,."
sinioi' civil engineering class arereirie-1OI.5 .A; eNo hxCt
oi f't ed to attendl lectures, which 'it-
hs been announced, will be open to
o~ryone interested in the subject of q. _i
tansport ation. F F; .cT --r .

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t LJJJ IT SilO WS FIN ,_ 1V L L BOOKS able time, and now that the funda-I -l1WOdr'10h
Y mental principles have been estab- .h !iiI ouc1a
FO71",UA IVERSITY SA TISFACTO.R "lished, it is hoped that the system ~the end of the yeartj not re tilt fro,
will be fully operative within a few, an ineffective accountling $yrem }>hu
(Coainud f~oa~los010n) a system (hat wvill s:;' sfy the require- !months. We have discussed the pro- should be attributed to ei. o
prie, ),rat ionls hv nc11i~ a henn of am institution oper'ating for i posed layout of the accounts in gen- ! the University of cio inag teac .nt

Phe aT lh' e tsOw b't a o ali
te1 ')' l " te)I a or n p ehi ai1Si iil for
(ut depacfata!. bope in. ie 0in-
st al lation eof the ir sed ia-cants has!
cal led ?'Or a careCfull si 17i [' heo
Purl iciiditious in (i';-iP toromulate;

r1Vt inividuals, It has also becen
P OeS~llto1 conisider the classifica-l
:> l be hospital departments to
<nanc~cm .inito andI equitable dis-j
;:1f011 of revienues and expenses
h i gOUt lie orgainizationi.,
k%1 ill readily be understood that(t
., Thpropairations require considler-'

t eral with the hospital accountant and
we believe that this system will de-
velop a unified co-ordinated record of
fhospital operations and interlock with'
the accounts of the University proper."
In conclusion, the report says "it'
will be apparent that the foregoing
comments refer to amounts of a rela-
tively minor nature. Furthermore, it1

as soon as possilre aftte thb close
of the year and befofie all transac-
tions of this nature relative to the
operations can be recorded.
"The books of the University proper
have been carefully and accurately
kept in a manner which clearly re-
flects the financial operations of the
University."

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Hayden, Address
Honorary Society
At Pis fall initiation held Wednes-'
d~ y, Quarterdeck senior marine hon-
oyary society, took the following men
fto the organization: P. K. Johnson,
'26E, C. W. Rummier, '26E, R. L. Ca-
bezas, '26E, R. J4. Souie, '26E, and
C iaries; Renner, '26E. After the i
) tiation a banquet was held at thre
Lintern s-hop at which Prof. Joseph
Ut.= 1 ayloun sp~oke on "The Peace TimeI
tluties of thje N~avy."
I, iRKE LEY, Calif., Nov. 5.-A re-
nmarkable caprice of nature, a doe
with horns, was shot recently and has <
bei turnied over to the museum of
arcd r;,brate zoology -,t the University
of California.
iLONDON, Nov. 5.-In England there
amsmall lights on the fr ont fenders
6'all automobiles to indicate the ex-f
trQne widlth of the car. The precau-,
tioh is believed to have prevented a
great many night accidents.
F,1or every article for sale, there is
r a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.
>DETROIT THEATRES
T HIS WEEK
Schwber t Laaete Night ShelbyI
It e Sac to A3'
iargain Mat.,
'Thrdy bes ea ls, w'. Sat.,Mat. cc to $2.50
Tel Cadllac. 87 05
The STUDENT PRINCE
livery Play-Goer Should See It!
- itvery Music:-Loser Wilt Bear It!
bilb Chioru of to Girl Chorus of g-
AM& ,qt q Eves. - 50~c to $2.560
ARRIC® Wed. Mat. 50cto$1.50
Sat. Mat. 50)c to $2.001
ABIE:5 IRISH ROSEl
," LAST 2 WEEKS
Final PVrformanee Nov. 14
8onstell1e Playhouse T tsTirst
wood wardi at E~liot Tel. Glendale 9792
Th -:BONSTELLE. CO. I
1n the f?.ii-'.'king, Novt. S'atiric Comedy
,The Beagar on Horseback"

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