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-TURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THREE

'1'tY1~SDAY, OCTOBE1~ 5. 192~ rAGE TIIBEE

2ArrNURNnnBTaII'eayIs Likely
UILLII~fNU~fIILJFor Wisconsin
I~fIANSPECIMENS Union Bufidin
.Ant7oplog Asistat Rturis rom Unexpected delay looms before tl
~4irmerOn Mssakee resrve progress of construction of two uni
~ Wih Vauabe Reicsof the Memorial Union building of ti
University of Wisconsin, when 'tl
bISCyOVIERS OLD FORT lowest bid offered for their constru.
______t4on exceeded by more than $100,0(
the amount of cash "availaible in tl
E.;;F. Greenman, assistant in anth- building fund, a stun whic~h was e,
ropology, has just returned from his pected to comer all costs. A state la
sumnier Spen~t on the Missaukee pre- provides that no contract can be1
serve in Missaukee county, with many until the full amount of cash to cov(
valuable Indian relics and evidence on It fis on hand.
Indidni mounds and earthworks. Be- Two solutions to the problem aY
sides this evidence, data as to thO being consldered.* 'The first' providE
tribe, in the localities will be obtained forthrisn ofheurlsb
from~te ottry ndothr fgued ndemergency call for subscribers. TM
decocated ornaments that are among second calls for the altering of spec
the elics. ficationis and the temporary neglectt
Ar ong the new discoveries of Mr. certain finishing details.
Greeniman were an unknown fort and "Building must begin at once,"I
enclosure which he uncovered for the the dictum of the building commlte
first 'time near Alcona. At present he in the face of the difficulty.
Is working on a theory that since the
forts, in this region resemble those
buillc by the Iroquois in New York RESER YE NAVAL CoRps
state, and since history tfelates that
the Toquois were known to have been
In Ml~ h1igan, these fots may have been SALSE
bul'uteIoui,{Thei relics which Mr. 'Greenman
broutht back consisted mainly of[ EVANSTON, Ill., Opct. 4.- NayE
bead', pottery, glassware, and baskets. I fficers' corps are being 'establisheda
It 4E expected that these will shed six universities : Northwestern, tali
light: on the life* and habits of these Harvard, California, Washington, an
India~n tribes. Georgia Tech. Vhe'commission of en

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UNIVERSITY BA LLO
RACE DURING SUIIIA
i f Sveral flights, including enta.nce pr
f I theDetroit News trophy race, were 'A
made this summer in the University 1i
heJ balloon, the Michigan I, by students in
its the department of aeronautical engi- b
the neering. N
he arly in the summer the balloon,
hewhich holds about 40,000 cubit feet oto
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umn where it was patched and made CI e
hej ready for the trials. The first flight4:(
x-which was made late in July, started 21
awfrom Wyandotte, at 4:15 o'clock in thei~t
ltmorning with six men ol board. '[he ba
'er men who made this trip were George o
lineman, '26E; Charles Strong, 21E; jth
ire William Rennison, '27E; Lee Agnew c
es'2w;Wendell Miller, '2814G, andl Dr.th
an D. M. LeGhjle lwho piloted the s11i1. vc
he The first landing was made tit Syl m
el vanla, Ohio, and from there the party Na
oft
is sign in the Volunteer Naval reserve is ba
ee Awarded upon completion of a four WO
years' course. we
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October 10th
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ION.ENTERS NEWS
JER; WINS THIRD
roceededto I Bryan, ] tldistance of
bou t 1:30 miles fromi Itie istarting
eld.
After the first sue cesftl flight the
alloon was entered ill the Detroit
Iews colest, v"'Ii ich c acne altithe end
fthe F+ord reliability tour. Tiel°1,b ,
an f, byv irtue of being tOe first

tary, st art ed first, froin I et volt at
:00 o'clock in thle aftur non of Aug.
1. hlere Nwere six blloo bns in theI
Ic and all 1w e re rd( to I andi byl
d wea ther in On t a riosince O: r(ules
the race fori d th ezn toproiceecd
trough a thwi11 et' storm. Whenc I the
sults were tabulatedi it was fond(
tt lie balon had ca rriud !1 tie n ii.
vesil 'olor's into tirid 1)1:0, 1ten
Iles behind tihe winniler. William
aylor, '19E, chief eligilcer foto.he
An son !Aircra ft 'ompaieny, 1piloted the,
1110o11ill this race. lFirst ipla'e Was
on by a Coodve ur bal loon, 1vv hicm

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Super Tine Love
Super Tine-

Alpaha Nu,Aldelphi
' F To Meet Tonigh t
Alpha Nni and Adelphi, public ea
spe k-in societies of the University.,vwill
In Id their regular meetings tonight
ill the society rooms on the fourth
tloor of Angell hall. The program for
tuc AXdelphi meeting will be a debate
on birth control and a debate follow-
cdibya dsu ssonwill bethat of
Aldh bNa u sson.
tr~aveled 94, only two miles behind the
second place winner.
The lMichigan I has been kept in
good repair and according to George
lii neman, '26Ed, will be used frequently
this year to give aeronautical engi-
nieering students practical experience
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