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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER "2, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TIJ. %:E

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 192G T~GE T11RE~

WOLEGIVES OPENING'TMay Use New, Gun Against Mail
TRANSPORTATION TALK!,

Finleering Professor Gives First Of
Series Oi' Lectures WMich WIII
Continue Through Year
OUTLINESHISTORY !
Telling of research and study of the
problem of transportation in times
which we, at present, regard as prim-
itive, and outlining in a brief sketch
the history of railway transportation
for 100 years in the past, automotive
travel and invention for 300 years,
aiid wheeled vehicles for 500 years,
Prof. John S. Worley, of the trans-
portation engineering department, in-
augurated1 yesterday morning a series
of lectures on transportation which is.
to Continue throughout the year. He
explained that the first few lectures
were merely for the purpose of inter-
esting the listeners in what he had to
relate andI to give them a background
which would enable them to relate and
join the later revelations.
Professor Worley has done much
research work in all lines of tranis-
portation, andl was for nineteen years
a consulting engineer. He served on
the Interstate Commerce' commission
Sand was a director and officer of the
llabirshaw Cable and Wire corpora-
tion, of New York City.
The next lecture of the series comes
this morning at 9, in room 411 West
Engineering building. All persons in-
terested are invited to attend. The
succeeding lectures in the series will
he given on the first Monday and
Tuesday of each month, unless chang-
es are announced.
A course in physical education is I
required by law in the schools of 35
states. j-

B andits ILEAGUE T START Preferences of te individual!
'DEBATESschools were considered as much a s
DE AT S NOV . 19, possible in arranging the schedule,s
according to Professor Densmore. I
Ifirst meetings of the teams; enter- our days of workd were required to cmlt h arns
ed in the annual contest of the MVich~-,cOmpethe aiings.tocodctn
A ign 1li g Scool ebaing eage Ithe debates are enumerated in a bul-
have beery scheduled f0or Nov. 19, ac-! letin sent out by the league. Judges
cortliiig to Prot. G. FE.IDensmore of the are to be selected with the utmose care
public speaking (departmlent. managerE and the approval of the visiting
loft' he league. Although changes in schools must be secured before final
I dates rmy be made by mutual agree- choice is made. Publicity is to be the
Smerit of the schools concerned, all de- lot of the entertaining schools. The'
b~ates must take place not later than cooperation of all the schrools entered
Nov. 20. esakdi rert epdw x-
iisakdiore kkepdw Enrollmnent in the league closeds pceises in carrying on the debates.
withi196 schools entered in tihe pre-
liminary series. After the preliminaryr
debates, the teams of highest rating I
i ir1l engage ini an elimination contest, NOTICE
similar to that last year, which ended I
in afinial deb~ate frtile state char-4t ubcribers of The Dailywh
pionsi at A:frbor. Enteredl also fail to receive issues are request-
Debating league, together with mern- street. The telephone number
bers of a Detroit organization of 12 toi 21214.j
schools. 1________________________________

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Cutts, U.. S. marine corps, of the workings of compensator attached to
the Thompson miachine gun-,to beI
used against mail bandits. . AT THE DETROIT THEATRES

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Four Students Pay
Fines For Rioting
The last echo of the student riot
which followed the "pep" meeting in
Hill; auditorium recently was heard
'here yesterday when four university
students appeared before A. E. Gib-
son, justice of the peace, and paid
costs amounting to $4.45 -and $12.50 to
replace a door in police headquartersI
broken during the disturbance. The
four students were Sam Levin, of Mt.
Clemens; Frank Rindhage, of Sagi-
naw; W. R. Wright, of Byron, and
P. L. Shanley, of Ann Arbor.
The students were arraigned on
charges of disorderly conduct and
pleaded guilty.1
LONDON.-Umbrellas have dropped
to pre-war prices.

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Nov. 15 to secure the present
rate of $3.75. After this date
the rate will be advanced to
$4.25.

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