AY, OCTOBER 1. 1925
THE MICHIGAN O}AILY
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WILL SPEAK HERE
Orafcrii 11a',1 soiatioii Will Hear Sen.
itor At Union huring Month
CHOOSE OWN SUBJECT
Senn.Woodbridge N. Ferris will be
the prlncipal speaker at the annual
public sneaking banquet which will be
held, in the Michigan Union about
No r: 15 under the auspicew of the Or-
atorical association. William C. Dix-
oni, 26, presidlent of the Oratorical as-
sociation, receieved a letter from Sen-
ator- Ferris yesterday stating that he
had aRccepted the association's invita-
tion to speak in Ann Arbor.
W.I Dixon said that Senator Ferris
will be permitted to use his own dis-
cretion in choosing a subject for
the occasion, but that it is very prob-
able that Mr. Ferris will deal with
some national social or political ques-
tion. ,. Charles B. Warren was the
speaker~ at last year's banquet.
In~ previous years the banquet has
been held in December but to accom-
mnod te Senator Ferris the banquet
will, be held in November this year.
The exact date will be fixed later.
Plans are already underway to make
~the }anquet one of the most success-
Tq banquet will be opento all stu-
dent in the IUniverstiy, Mr. Dixon
said, yesterday that no restrictions
will be made on account of public
spea'ing ability or experience.
'On City Control
Prof. 'Thomas H. Reed of the polit-
ical .science department is chairman
of the~ bureau of municipal research of
the ulniversity. This bureau existir for
the l urpose of assisting students and
public authorities in acquiring infor-
miatign concerning the problems of
city government. For this purpose the
bureau collects and catalogues mate-'
rial relating to city government, es-;'
pecially documents, pamphlets, and
periojdicals. It also furnishes infor
mration to the authorities of Michigan
citie4 upon request, investigates par-
ticul~tr conditions, and as far as prac-
tica1~e, prepares reports theron for
The bureau of municipal research is
ackinpwiedged one of the importaxnt;
developments of the course in niuni-
cipai~ administration which was or-
ganized 'by the department for the
purpose o training men and women
forEli adinistrative service of cit-
Hires Oeta Stars
TESTI ONY Idepartment bureau of aeronautics.
INVESTIGATIONTE IM N INTen or twelve trips were made after
S.HENA ND OA H CA.SE SUMMARIZEDj the n~ew system was installed, some of
_______ the voyages in rather rough weather
incldingtheand through squalls.
(By ssolate1 less)mee jugthe(n'ilgecyDisapproving original plans for the
Lakehiurst, N. J., Sept. 30. - 11igh renioval of covers from the automatic; mid-western flight in July Cominan-
lights in the testimony thus fir ad- g tas valves, valving of gas; the ma- I der Lansdowne recommended that the
duced regardling then wrecking of the snleuvering controls and the speeding voyage be deferred until' September,
airship Shlenandloalh are:1 up of engines. because of summer thunderstorms.
With little or no warning the air- Two of the five engines failed, dur- The navy department overruled this
ship was drawn into the vortex .et' a ing the ibattle with the storm, one suggestion and ordered the ship out
storm. I from a damaged cylinder and one;J on Sept,, 2.
Caught by an ascending current she from a radiator leakage. Commander Lansdowne acknowl- .
was carried up rapidlly to an altitude The new gas valve system-fewer edged by letter, receipt of this order,1
of 6.065 feet.J valves with connecting tubes between and made no protest whatever to thel
Passing then into a descending cur- all cllis-was installed on the advice navy department against it.
rent the ship began an abrupt fall of junior officers of the ship with the.
at an even more rapid rate than. she apprdval of Commander Zachary
had risen. I an sdow'ne, the captain, and the navy
After falling 3,000 feet sheo was
caught in an eddy which twirled her jnhSchbrt~h~at aaatteSeb L
around rapidly before another as-! 'hone W h if I vv at .Ever
cending current struck her under theI When in D~etrit don't fail to see
bow, breakiAg her in two. IT eS U E TP I C t d n
Every effort was made to get atmh e Mst iuD peNt alT P i~Ne S u e t$
Ship out of the storm without success. A bosut6fmosml cou o o
Niht camto $3 . at. Mat.,0c to z 0 $290A ou
All t, precautions were taken for copul~as price Mat. Thurisday. Best Beat, $2
of his studying on. the subject of gross
Prof. Carl V. Weller of the patho-1 Moscow, Sept. 30.-There has been
logical department in the Medical J a violent earthquake which was ae-
school returned yesterday to Ann Ar- com~panied by continuous rumblings,
bor after a summer's study at the, on the summit of Mount Algoz, in the
Pathological Institute of the Kran-f government of. Erivan.
kenhaus d~er Stadt Wiens ate, Vienna, I
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