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May 26, 1926 - Image 2

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NAGS TWO. 1.

:T.1-1E -MI HICAN 'nA!LY

'VAG~ ~.Q THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 2(, 1~2~

MENACETO FALLS
~nghIleerx Says American Side Of 7NI.
1gara Faces Extinction Unless
Lake Levels Are ]Raised
FEARS ROCK EROSION
(Bly A,sociatL'J Press)
CH-ICAGO, May 25.- Ultimate ex-
tinction of the American side of the
falls at Niagara is mathem~atically cer-
tain unless water leves in the G'ea(t'
Lakes are raised, Robert Isham itan-.
dolph,;Chicago engineer, said in a re,
port to the Mississippi. Valley associa-4
tion here yesterday.
This tragedy of the distant' future
that threatens to rob the great fall
of its distinction a one of the wondcr.<
of the world would be averted, Mr.
Randolph declared, by the controllIing:
works of submerged darns in the Ni
agara river contempliatedi in the plane
for the lakes to the gulf waterway.
"Erosion at the apex of the Canadian
or Horse Shoe I+alls," Mr. Randolpli
said, "is from four to five feet a year.
Erosion of the rock precipice over
which Niagara river plunges in the
American falls is only two to three
inches annually. This difference in
rate of erosion will mean in the course
of time that the entire current of the
stream will be diverted to the Canadi-
an channel. In this event, the river
bied getween Goat island. and the Am-
erican shore will become dry."
FUNT IR MEET WILL
DRAW- FROIM ALL NATION
Civilian and army flyers all over the
United States have been invited to at-
tend the free air race meet which is
t o be held at )Flint the week-end of
June 4-6. Maps were sent to the flyers
Nvho will attend the meet, showing
Flint and its relation to the surround-
ing country, roads, emergency landing
fields, farm buildings and general nat-
ural conditions, about Flint.
The Flint airport is one of the few
in the corporation limits of larger
cities of the country, being located in
the southeast section of the city. Corn-
plete instructions as to the prevailing
winds, an alternative runway in the
airport, and the condition of the
grounds h'ave been drawn up, and sent
to the men who will compete. It is
cstimated that there will be from 75 to
100 airplanes in Flint for the meet.
PARIS Gilbert White,, formerly of
Grand Rapids, has been commissioned
to paint three large murals for the
Oklahoma state capitol, at Oklahoma
City, to constitute a war memorial.
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and women. wishing to try out
for the literary staff of the Gar'-
goyle for next year may obtain
further information by calling
at the Gargoyle offices in the
Press building between 4:30 and
5 o'clock today or tomorrow.

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