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r LltlAY, 1FEB.l>1UA1fiX 12, 1 )2

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IIPPL flOF HOOVER
I'41; ''4;-o~ncirce Ilead For Support
s In ie'neiWork J,, Chief Item
Oh Feiruary Issue

Leads 'Expedition

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1insan Gets
Burton Eulogy
From Coolidge,

be received on the morning of Presi-
Sdent Burton's death. It was person-' I ng a * 0 1 ISal i ndb h rsd n n r. [
Coolidge. This was one of the two CHvIRgOPrmISTANDS
messages of sympathy to be published ORTHOPEDIST
in the first Daily extra, the other be- 707 N. University Ave. Phone 21212
:ng a similar message from Pres. W.!
A. Nielsen of Smith college. I- -
PAY FOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. Readh the Want Ads

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'OTHER TIMELY ARTICLESj

F eaturing the plea of Secretary of
'commeyirce Norbet Hoover for nation-
'wide sutIpprt. in -the expenditure of
moniey to be used in the fields of
pur e scientific research, the Michigan
"Tchnic, official publication bf the Col-
]u1( es of en gileering and Architecture,
made its first appearance this year fin
the February issue.
I presenting the problem of mak-
ing the public highway safe, Prof . A
y 11 Ban chard of the civil engineering-
*department has outlined the only
~inactical course to be followed for
,,;highway saty under the title of'
<"Iigliway Safety Promoted by Me-
~ ch anicail Traffic Control Methods."-
.A contribution was also made to
Sthis issue of the quarterly by Robert
,r+ '. Kohr, who designed the water bal-
at:oarwce wsscc e Sl in-r
x 'loahtwrecverysysessfon themoe-
than 1,000 hours of flight, on the "Con-
d" tensation of Engine Exhaust for Air-
* sip Balasting." Mr. Kohr explains
the method of recovering water bal-
*last on dirigiles, thus removing the
necessity of valing the precious
hle in m. With absolutely no pree-
ident, this engineer successfully con-
sti uted tie necessary 'apparatus from
d irt(esign by the application of the
plinciples of thermo-dynamics, which
ithe regular engineering student stud-
ies in his elementary courses.
"Additional articles were written by
D. Onderdonk of the architectural
olleg, who presented a new type of
'.concrete fabrication, and by Dr.lHar-
]j IHaines, director of the University
hspital, who showed the importance
i ot the new addition to the University
i;as a center for the promotion of pub-
"0lchealth
FO[ O OFIM R ELTORS A9T UNION
Meeting under the joint auspices of
1,,i'tir School of Business Administration
of the University, and the Michigan
4n eal Estate association, a practical
'.'conerence for brokers andi subdivid-
ctrS will be hell Feb. 24 and 25 at ther
Ui on. This conference is designed to
rbring tgether the realtors of Mich-
,gas for the purpose of discussing
Vr their every lay problems, in order
:that their methods and practices may
be improved, and that more highly ef-
as t 010A methods of operation may be
e" ceeoi ded.'
* 'Among the speakers who are on the
' jirgraml are President Clarence Cook
tiflt ittle and Dean Eldmund E. Day of the
lhool of Pusiness Administration.
President Little will speak at a lunc-
on on Thlursday Feb. 25, and Dean
Iv, Day will speak the preceding after-
°; tnoon on the subject of "Economic
40' Factors Underlyig Appraisals." Pres-
b'a- ent Little's subject has not been an-
i ifounced.1
Other speakers include Leonard P.!
'2t~i ame of Detroit, president of Pat-
i~tjon Brothers and company, Flavell
, 'nitleff., of New York city, secretary
to; ilte National conference on city
planning and field secretary of the re--
4 giwrnal plan of New York and itsen
'vrren harry F. Menard of Detroit,{
1r or.T HIS WEEKI
Eves.- 50cto $2.50
vy : Sat. Mat. 5c to $2.00
Detroit ~choes Broadway's Paieof
"Stoln Fru'It"
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Ann Hardng-Ratio Peer-Hary
se~jrelord and New ork Cast
i%,unstaeloPlayh, ouse'ilSat. Mat.50oc&7c
,wodward at lliot Tel. Glendale 9792~
tThe BONSTELLE CO.
in th Frank Caven Comedy
NEW BROOMS"
JNiextWeek-Te Man Who Came Back
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Arthur 1[amtmerstei's

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Accompanied by an assurance from
the secretary of the President, Mr.
Everett Sanders, that "President
Coolidge has lbeen glad to do this",
President Coolidge's tribute to Marion
Leroy Burton for the dedication p~age;
for the 1926 Michiganensian has ar-
rived at the 'Ensian office and will
soon be sent to the printer.' Presi-
dent Coolidge has written a full page
eulogy to the former President of the
jUniversity of Michigan.
It will be recalled that President:
I Coolidge and Michigan's former head
began a close personal friendship
years ago when Dr. Burton was pres-
ident- of Smith college ,andi Mr. Cool-
idMge,<was hiodi-ng civic offices in. Mas-
sachusetts. This friendship contin -
Heil through the various office changes
of the two men and came into na-
tional prominence when Dr. 'Burton,E
then President of the University, nom--
finated Mr. Coolidge as candidate of
the Republican party for the national
presidency at the party convention in
the spring of 1924. This particular
speech of Dr. Burton's was considered
by many to be his best; it was broad-
cast at the time from the convention
headquarters and has since been pub-
lished.j
Tlhe condolence telegram from theI
White House was one of the first to

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The forthcoming Alaskan mapping
expedition to complete an aerial sur-
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charge of Lieut: B. H. Wyatt, of the
United States navy air service, I
Clemens, Knight, Menard and comn-
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Slashing Sale of
SHIRTS
JWHEN marked at $2, $2.50 and $3
these shirts were considered as good
buys
Now, marked at $1..45 they are notable
money savers. Included in this sale are
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THE TOWN N OLDS

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