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i THE WMICiHIGAN DAILY

t EDNESDAY, OC;'i'tJBER 20, 1926

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SCHERMERN OIVES" Talk On History Of
Esperanto Given By
JAL(ONcRIDE Aocianlaer

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Plane Which Made North Pole Flight On Tour Of Country

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Stresses Importance Of Spiritual And worId out of a clear sky, as ithe radio
Educational Side Of The and the airplane did," dclared I)r.
Municipality i Tobia, Sigel, president of the 1)etroit
pEsperanto associat ion, in hi lecture
FLAYS NEWSPAPER TREND before a group of students ycsterday.
He: spoke on "The Ilistory and Prio
Attacking the present day tendency pc t o f ae bent "
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to advertise the greatness of a city by;perauto propaganda, according oDr.
enumerating its physical and material Sigel, butl he beieves L ia" tie p
advantages, James Schermerhorn, motion of the international n:guas"
former president of the. Michigan obtained by this method, w;11 be no th
Press association and owner and ed- ing as compared to the prominence
itor of the Detroit Times from 1900 to Esperanto will receive in a few years
1921, advised stressing the spiritual when the world fully recognuzes it
and educational side of the munici- necessity. Irt this manner he Iilene(I
pality,-in an address on "TheSoul of it to the coming of the airplane or
the City" given yesterday before a rado.
luncheon of Chamber of Commerce The Esporanto language which has
members.."I more than 20,000,000 adherent,', is not
Paved sstreets, tall buildings and bein forwarded asa languareto ine
such structural features are not the 1 lear ned in preference to any otlhr
only achievements of a city, he em- tongue, but for use a: an auxiliary to
phasized, but the cultural attainments one's mother language. In this man-
should be placed on an equal plane. ner, international friendship will, be
The lack of cordiality and geniality Istengtiened and jealousy lessened, it
was deplored by. the speaker. ThisI is hoped.
lack of spiritual feeling, he declared, At present, there are more than
results in the absence of the same 5,000 pieces of literature in Esperanto,
kin of a 1 ti h t b n s c t z n f a i c u i g a b b e an d a New T sta--
nation together. ment. The Esperanto system also has
Suggestions for the betterment of adopted a money system that fits into
the, city's. spiritual advantages made ( all other money systems in the ikvorld,
by Mr. Schermerhqrn included pro- within a fewvcents.t clock with a
visions for the care .of increasing pop- 24 hour dial is also included in the
ulation, improved residential planning, Esperanto system.
and study of the housing situation. The outstanding fact of the Ian-
Ann Arbor was mentioned as a muni- guage itself, is that it has only 10
cipality which should be and is classed rules and these rules have no excep-
as. a model city due to the presence of j tions.
the University.
Stepping out of his subject into thep
journalistic field, Mr. Schermerhorn RAPID PROGRESS
severely flayed. the..trend of metro- MADE ON VARIOUS
politan newspapers today to feature
sensationalism and str4ss crime news. CAMPUS PROJECTS
In an interview following his ad-
dress,athe former editor, when asked Progress has been rapid on the
as to his impressions of the Univer- various building projects on} the l
sity today as compared with it when 'campus under the direction of l thef
he took charge of the Detroit Times Building and Grounds department, and
in 1900, stated that "a noticeable ten- the superintendent, Mr. I. W.
dency has developed in practically all Treuttner, expressed himself as sat-
higher institutions of learning to isfied with the rate at which the con-
commercialize education.. The old struction is advancing.
style education which attempted to1 The heating tunnel which will be
develop character and concentrated used to carry steam to the new mu-"
on the cultural side of learning has seum is nearly half done as is the ex-
given way to the practical type of tension of North University avenue.
'earning which includes courses in The addition to the laundry is almost
city management and real estate.," he oper cent completed and the fbtings
declared.. are infr f th eArchitectural b gilding.

DR. LiEILAND S. McCLEERY
1.2 ST1AVE SAVINGS BANK BLDG.

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Coffee

Coffee!

TI'he "Josephine Ford" goes to the line for a take-off; Inset, Conunander Richard Byrd, left, and Harry Guggenhein
The great Fokker monoplane in which Commander Byrd made his histo vic North Pole flight is now on its
way touring the entire country in an effort to stimulate interest in avia tion. Commander Byrd flew with theI
ship on the first leg of the trip; the greater part of the flying will be do ne by Floyd Bennet, Byrd's associatej
on the polar flight. The sponsor of the flight, Harry Guggenheim, Presiden t of the Daniel Guggenheim Fund, as-
sisted in the preparations for the be inning of the tour.

FORMER STUDENT
DIES IN EVANSTON
Word was received yesterday of the
death of Thomas Gerken, '26, which
occurred in Evanston, Ill., on Monday
morning. According to a telegram
received by the Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity, of which Gerken, was a
iember, Gerken had been in the in-
iurance business with a Chicago firm
following his graduation in June.
Pneumonia was the cause of his death.
His home was in Jackson, Ohio.,

On the latter project, the contract
calls for occupation next September
and at the present rate there will be
no difficulty in fulfilling this con-
tract.
During the summer and the early
fall the department has been busy
instaling Frigidaire units in various
campus buildings. Units now coin-
pleted include those in the South de--f
partment of the Hospital, in the
Health service and in the pharma-
cology department.
The unique features of these units
\which renders them most desirable
for use in the medical departments is,

according to Mr. Treuttner, the fact
that different refrigerators served by
the same compressor unit can main-
tai different temperatures as desired.
Other work being done by the Build-'
ing and Grounds department at the
present time includes numerous small
repair jobs such as painting and re-
pairing gutters and roofs.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to aIpear i this column mu st
be left in the box at the Daily office
provided for that purpose before 4:00
o'clock preceding the day of issue.
WEDNESDAY
4:15--Drothy Detzel speaks on
"Present Problems of Demo-
cracy" in room 1025, Angell
hall.
AT THE DETROIT THEATRES
BONSTELL E Nights 5c to $r. 5
PLAYHOUSE 50c and 75c".
The Greatest Play of One of
A merica's Greatest Drai matists
YOUNG BLOOD
By James Forbes
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Lafayette at Shelby Street
It 's Here Again!'
"be Big4Parade"
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Production
IARDO Nights 75c to $2.50
ETR aKtWed. Mat. 50c to $1.50e
DETROIT : Sat. Mat. 50, to $2.00t
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WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS.
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Have you a window refrigerator? We have them that
fit all windows at $3.00. A wonderful secure place to keep
your milk, meats, butter and all perishable foods.
Our electric display is also complete-Electric heaters,
$3.00, $5.00 and $7.50; Electric Toasters, $1.50, $3.00,
$4.50, $5.00, $7.50; Electric Lamps, $3.50, $4.00.
Don't fail to see our line of wastebaskets, mixing 'bowl
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the cost per CUP andnot the price per pound that counts.
Do not buy any coffee more than one week's supply at
a time. Any coffee loses its strength quickly after it has been
ground. We sell it in five pound lots or more at 45c per
pound.
We also have the best Mayonnaise sold in Ann Arbor
at $2.69 per gallon.
You will find nowhere a more complete line of No. 10
canned Fruits and Vegetables at'WHOLESALE.
The Schultz Grocery
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Mats. Wed, and Sat.
The Ace of Muslal Comedies
"QUEEN HIGH"
With Julia Sanderson and Frank Crumit
Nights 75c to $3; Wed. Mat. 75c to $2; Sat.
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