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THUI1RSDAY, MARCH 18, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

,.-PAGE TIIRM

PLAN COURSE
ELECTRIC ME
IVIIi Be (Gien D1uring Sprig
Unider IDireetioxi Of Elea
Engineering Depart m
LABRATORY OFFI
Preliminary arrangements,
~the preparation of a five and
clay program, have been read
~annual school for electrici
which will be held during spr
;tion, April 12 to 17, under t
~tion of the department of
'engineering in co-operation
Michigan Light association
'Michigan. public W.tlities cor
i~The purpose of the course
~will be offered is to, assist, the
of the state in training their
install, test, and maintain
-meters. The training is de:
acquaint those attending with
pry underlying meter operal
to provide opportunity for n
_perts from various utilities a:
companies to answer questi
~cerning ,the practical opera
xfiefers.
T~he courses will be fir
nmembers of the department
trical engineering in the cia:
and electrical laboratories of
g ineering college with the a
* ,,experienced meter men
ian phases of the lab~oratory
don. During the evening see
4he school, several lectures
i ven by leading engineers
>ieter manufacturing comnpai
pThree courses will be offer
ig with the theory and d
arious types of electric met
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0 R Fighting For Seat REVOL UTION IN' PORTO RICO NOT than 80 per cent of the land is in theyf In regard to the solution of the
urn uuhands of outsiders, Americans own"- difficulty, Amaeo, who is specialz-
IIOf Senate LeaderI LIKELY CLAIMS NATIVE STUDENTinItin in political science, believes that
rng two-thirds of the acreage. Of the thheUidSaesholtkemr.
total wealth of the island, the natives iteUie ttssol aemr
FflP Linterest in the country and that cer-
1cIn regard to a handbill which, ac- lhe explained, there is an economic onrlny15prct.Myoftain revisions should be made in the
Zthe large corporations, it is said, havegoennt
" :;r:,, : :.:' .4 ording to a Porto Rico dispatch, was maning contained in the recent refused to pay the taxes levied ongoennt
Ia';" UNclax in Sn uanadisng h movnient, which necessitates some them and the island is ruled econo n- "Porto Rico should have a govern-i
Vactin t sion:.:,by::;absentee::>;";::landlords.c A0ccord-i te r* mentaplcaiona raof y Ametericanrd. Acod-vereignity,"n sveegity"he
tiil*. meinaontttoacovtio the government in the t erritory. tin to Amadeo, the "ertr i ae xliewith American ctznhp"
clef I** .* the present time, Porto Rico is a with both an agrarian and a labor }.u h osiuio hudb dpe
t "' form a republic, Santos P1. Amadeo,
'26,aPr Riawhisatedn country of landless laborers More problem.
I S" the University, (eclred in an inter- _______________________________________________
incudig .. Iview yesterday that there is no cause
inldng ' .a :::;:r:;:'t4v or alarm among the American Q(e BELD1N
one-half {; l" le over a possible uprising,.
le for the "Porto Rico does not want her i-
netermenI dependence" said Amadeo. However,
ing vaca- , 4 L}4 }h V~r
electrial H QTROIT FTHEATRE S
with the T I W E
andl the( HS!EK heeeryu o aa
rnnussron. ___------_________prt+h
Eves.- S~ to 2.50"house"-Whenever you are in need of
ARRtiliieK Wed Mat. 5C to$20 a photographer, just let us know-we'ret«
mnwoSECOND AND LAST WEEKc always ready. j l Bou
electric i The Season's Play Sensation Al ouaIrgi

11to the economic and social needs of
the c'ountry." More protection should
lie given the rights of the individual,
so that the native Porto Rican will
play a more conspicuous part in the
country's life, continued Amadeo.
IROME. -- The Italian governmient
'has paid 2,000,000 pounds to 'the Blank
of England as first payment on its
iwar debt.

models on display

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end meter,
ons con-I
ation ofl
estedl by
of elec-r
Gss rooms
f the en-
ssistance
for cer-,
Finstruc-~
will be
of the
,ies.
red deal-
esign of
ers. E

j CntalPrss'Pot lDancing Mothers
W t MayY u ga dJ h HaldyCharles Curtis, Republican leader;' Nights 5oc to $1~
in the Senate, must fight to retain hsiBoestelle Playhouseo M4nats.Tu s.,Thnr
his '~'andSat., 50c-75c
seat. George McGill, (above), Demio-1 Woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792
noted The BONSTELLE CO.
crat criinallawer, as bgun In the First Release for Stock Purposes of
an active campaign to defeat Curtis,61JIXAkAen)1
with the administration's attitudle to-
With Jesse Lynch Williams, Author of
ward farm relief as an issue. "Whv Marry ?"
I Q~I~ unm4 ofrnnifnLafayette at Shelq:
S-ubr UIIUUl LitQ! Nights, $i to $3 ,5
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(No Musle)
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445 South Fifth Ave.
Phone 7574
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806 Sybil St.
Phone 8565

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913 East Huron St.
Phone 9207
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1408 Washitenaw Ave.
Phone 6717

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