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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 4, 192u

~'AGE ~ TUE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1926

WORLEY DEPICTS
TRAVEL METHODSi~
P-art-Time Lecturer Portrays Close
Relation Between Transportsa-
tion Aidd National lWelfaire j

AT THlE THEATEUS I
To ay--Skreen
Arcade-- "Th e Untamed Lady," 1
with Gloria Swanson.

PLAN VEICUiLRTUNNEL
UNDER DETROIT, Hill
plans of t he Det roit River ubway
Inc.., top building vehicu-lar and stre,
ralwayv tunniels under the D~etro
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I01N'A.-Charles R. IMerrick, who is
coipleting heis first term as senator
from the 18th district. is seeking the;
Republican nomination as senator.
L A SINC-.--Bastain Somits, secre-
tary of the state wselfarP, comnmission,'
a U iioU Ii ''( his resignation todlay.
Read the Want Adts
Irving Warmohts, D S* C
ORTHOPEDIST
7017 N. University Ave. Phone 21212

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FIRST, SECOND, CABIN, TOURISTS S)11111 ESPECIALLY
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t. . K ELERI Steamnship Aevt. ANN A[53'OR
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~rt--"be ea 3~%,' jj 1 I ere nmade known here todiay by Burt'
USES LANTERN SLIDES 'ur~--Te;e ~ , i1
Jonarryr ore and Doocres, Cady, of Port Huron, attorney f0or the
Potaigtecoecneto ~-I Costello. .(c? ranization.
Potryigthcoeonetine The corp~oration yesterday appeared
tween transportation and national before the Michigan Public Utilities
welfare, Prof. John S. Worley, part!" CtroisionatLasinaad ake t
time lecturer of the civil engineering brikel tper-"Tris , 'msite on atleansigleI sked tno
'department, gave a. resume of thie ear-' I by Garricl: Stoc: with AUwnPri~e ofleatce ficr
1y y stages of American land and water Hlarding and Roilo Peter s. poration in this state withr a capitali-
(~raei nadesbfr e ation of $1,000,000. The utilities comn-
~~rs yesterday ~~Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) issose~ce oatwti h
'krof igthe department "mesraien"day!ti - netxt few weeks on the concern's ap-
With the assistance of lantern ;' Wieie
lietasottomehdoftei - - Let Tihe Daily sell it for you thiru'
Revolutionary, period were shown IMfoiiayl' Casiie clmns-Av
f o be meagre and wholly inadlequate, Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)--I ______
to meet the needs of the people. In-TeSuwMn, ihWl
teriial travel was limited b)y pooravrsan. IGUET, PRICER PAID FOR
roads--and the number of equipages in 41hf 1L~I.'
existence at that time.,M'nos U e lohn
After describing the succeeding 'de-1trin Kae N. ~ hns rytop ~ ay6hrATCEOVL
Telopmrents, Professor WorleyT narrat-t r~eupe ihtv 'tsfi STUDENT TMiLOR SHOP
ed the settlement of the United State"sninuiio adz w crsfo ofin hone 804U Cor. N. UhMv. & Thayer
from 1800 to 1830, which, lead to aj
great demand for internal improve-__________________
ments culminating ill the construction I "Aflationalinstitution r- 7, +ECost to (C4stO
of the transcontinental railroads. By I___________
1830, a comp rehensive systenm of+
transportation had been developed; hc nlde h-otl ies h
ishissincldle ca rivers, the et
lakes, and the internal highways and
canals.
In his recture which will be givenI
at 11 o'clock today in roonm 311 of theI
West .engineering building, Professor
-Worley will complete the resume of "
the development of American trans-1 p c a
portation systems. Sp ecIII~lhItIIia~l

A 3000 Symil Hike
The Gulliver of Glee
HARRY'
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A dticd Bill

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TRA MP4;"
"TAKE THIS BOSE"
31argar ret ason, Orgain t'
Frank Rlyan, Tenor

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"New Aesop Fable Cartoon Kinograins -Pattlhe R'iew
Comning
Thursday
Barbara

It is a pleasure to receive your shirts back from the
MOE LAUNDRY. They are folded so neatly-laundered so
well-and are so soft and white.

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"The Girl from M\'ontmnartre"

THE MOE LAUNDRY

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Cost And Use Of
Student Cars Is
Found By Class[
As a project in sociological re-
search, members of the class conduct-
ed by Robert C. Angell of the sociol-
egy department, have compiled stat-1
istics concerning the value, upkeep,
cost and use of cars owned by stu-
dents. Several hundred students wereI
interviewed to gather this Informa-!
tion.
The estimated value average of 227,
cars way $510.22. This figure, one 1
itudent in the class intimated, was
too high, since many gave nearer the
cost price than the actual present
ialuation. Among 7J cars given to
students by their parents, the value!I
was about $200_higher than the gen-
(eral average. The average cost of
cars earned by students was $219.23,
and that of the cars used temporarily
isnd occasionally by students $1,180.
In the former class 123 cars owners
were interviewed and in the latter
class 29.
It was found that thte average
monthly expense of cars given to stu-1.
0,ents was $18.14, of the cars earned
1)y students $13.46, and of tile cars,
in temporary use here $20.29. Fig- f
agres obtained from students whose
citrs have been given thenm indicate
that the average car is driven 589.91
illles per nmonthI, and the average of
the cars earned by students is driven'
,372.2 miles inl the samle period of time..
When 235 students were asked it "
they had an urgent need for a car, 47
grave business reasons, 107 claimed
that'they visited their respective fam-
ilies almost every week-end, two had
iphysical disabilities. 12 are living out- I.
side of town, and seven said it was
n1ecessary ini student activities. Al-
t hough all admitted their cars were
usqed in part for pleasure, 179 gavel
vleasur'e as the only excuse for hav-
ing a car at school.
Patronize D)aily Advertisers.-Adv.I
PRICES
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