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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA0112 'rxrn~

TELL[[S. IMPOHRIIUC
OF TASPORTATIONI
HNAneraii Carriage Facilities Called
Greatest. Neebancal Ind ustry
By Prof. Worley
ENDS LECTURE SERIES
Emphasizing the imnportance of
transportation as our greatest me-
chanical industry, Prof. John S. Wor-
ley, part time lecturer in the civil en-
gineer ing department, summarized
the growth and influence of Am-
can carriage facilities in the final ad-
dress of a series on '"The History of
Transportation," given before stu-
dents and faculty members of the de-
partment.
Progressive sl ides were shown
which portrayed the gradual develop-
mnent of railroads from 1830 to 1890.
By the, end of the third decade in this
period, it was revealed, the territory
east of" the Mississippi river was fair-
ly well covered with a network ofl
lines." During the next ten years,
many lextehsions were mad'e to the
West. The railroads reached the linel
of advancing population, and thus as-
sisted in the settlement of that re-t
gion. t
To further demonstrate the import-
ance of the entire transportation in-
dustry; the speaker pointed out that
more than one-seventh of the total
tiealthi of the country is invested in
industries connected with 'carrying.
freight and passengers.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Memories of
the Sixties, and Old South institutions
will be' revivified' when 5,000 of the
living remnant of the: Confederate
army and their ladies hold their en-
'campment here May 18-21.

French Ace Will
I Try Ocean Flighti

RO !'Grnr nnur J~ (eenwald,.11. C. H ackett, C. It. Bur-
phen 11u, Benjaion A. lng, Prof.
DIRET OPRA IIURS EC. LeiowaIi, Prof. Arthur C. Klock-
Tie, r. J1. L. lKobac ker, P. McDon-
Roy Hoyer, dancing partner of Fred ough.
Stone in "Stepping Stones." arrived in Charlie McGinnis, Prof. McNulty,
Ann Arbor yesterday to supervise the II'cidnt Max 11Mason, Carl Mar ~xA.
swork or next year's opera tryouts for 1 . Naser', Prof. Clarence E~. Rag~sdale,
the remainder of this month. Mr. ! 'ror Marc(:Cla E. Searle, Hasrold S~aw-
Hoyer assumed charge of the chorus- j'er, Louis Roland Shaklson, H.K.
es at once and directed several groupsE Shen, Prof. P'aul Shorey, C. A. Sirrine,
yesterday afternoon, lie will again ( (eorge \tmr Fleet, Prof. Wyn garden,.
arrange all of the (lances for next ;'Clara Youngs.
year. -II
lThe number now tr~ying out for the
opera exceeds that of a year ago and
there is an unusual amount of excel-
lent material already available, ac-
cording to E. Mortimer Shuter, direct-,
or._
Postoffice Holds_=
Mail For StudentsI
IMail addressed to the following per-
(sons is unclaimed at the Postoffice at
Ann Arbor and may be had by the
livery window, Main office, on or be- I
Lestrade Brown, Hugh Cale, Prof.
E. F. Carritt, Florence K. Chang, Ruth;
'Chen, Christian Science Society of M
'University, Edna L. Dudd, Dorothy ;I
E Johnston 's Nx udy
Cho ol te You will want to look your
JFor Mother best on this occasion. Have

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part of every man's
wardrobe ... and as
tailored by us it has
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Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
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Capt.. Rene Fonek, above, French
aviator 'and war hero, is now in the
United States preparing for his ef-
fort to fly across the Atlantic and win
the $25,000 prize offered by Raymond
Orteig*
Free Facials
will be given on- Thursday,
May 6, to demonstrate the j
Belcano Toilet Goods.
An Excellent Line
of Cosmetics.
Stoddard
Hair Shop
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