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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5112G

THE MIC1HIGAN DAILY

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Adamis ''ells Possibilities
Contemporary Pictures T4
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ur E xecutive To Talk
1IL1~J'On Early Vehicles
aAs his second series of monthly lec-
tures,, Pr of. John S. *Worley, trans-
portation engineer and vice presidenit
Of VUig and manager of the Habirsham /Elec-
,o Show tric (.,able company of New York city,
nry will give "flarly Wheel Vehicles,"at

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TALK IS ILLUSTRATI3D 1 room 411 of the West Engineering
f__ building. Tuesday morning at the
Demonstrating the possibility of same time, Professor Worley will
using contemporary pictures to de-( speak on "Early Water Transporta-
pict early American history, Dr. Ran- tion." In order to give these monthly
dolph G. Adams, custodian of the Wil- t talks, Professor Worley .comes to the
liami L. Clements library, addressed University from New York each time.
the m(-,rbers of the University clubj In his first discussion, Professor
Friday -night on the "Lighter Side of Worley will present information on
American History." His talk was early vehicles gained from drawings
largely an explanation of a series of j discovered on rock caves in Egypt.
lantern slides that hie had prepared I It is 4stimated that these drawings
and showed to his audience, tracing were made about 2000 B. C./
important events of American history l ____
as they '1ppeared in the conceptions portation; the landing of the white
of the aartists of the times. Owing to men on the shores of America; the
the extreme rarity of these pictures.; economic situations that faced the
they are not available for ordiaryj Pilgrims; the social life of the Indians
teaching .purposes in schools and col- and many similar drawings. Besides
leges, so that Dr. Adams took this these were pictures of the romantic
method to make known the contents episodes in colonial days, such as the
of the William L. Clements library, adventures of Pocahontas and cam-
Some of the slides showed a wood-j paigns of deChamplain, and the found-I
cut pitui'e' of the landing of Colum- ing of New York~ city by the Dutch in
bus originally published in 1493; ii- the sixteenth century.
lustratons of the fifteenth century
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