SAY, MAY 8, 1927
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NOTED INVENTOR DIES
lhudson -.1 lin, Fthinous As Autbor
WAS FOE OF PACIFISTS
LAKE IJOPATCONG, N. J,, May 8.
---Hudson Maxim, inventor, author,
PILOT SAVES THREE IN PLANE
I wouIlsave th, southern MissiscippiSE CT HR STA
Sv le fr m -, tp ii cr of tl !r , F R Dr y.Tent disastro is floods ! O E D C T O N S
The general principle of 1l. archIer's
plan is the reverse of the water mill Dedication of the organ in the new-
Power oy')('i~onfl. ly conipleted Wesley Methodist Epis-
r2M. Ar , ( her, who says he is, ecady to'
give the ('.on2thI~e details of his-;P1,11
copal church of Worcester, Mass.,
will be made May 10 by Palmer
aN bd .explosive expert, died at his home
at Maxim PKark late yesterday o f can-
cer of the s tomach and anemia. lie#
was 74 years old. Mr.% Maxim enjoy-
ed good health until two years ago,
when hie first began to suffer with
:.anemia. He beca~me ill while on a
tour of Europe, but continued his ex-
p~eriments on his return to this coun-
About three weeks ago it was dis-
covered that M1r. Mlaxim had a can-I
'cr of the stomach, but the fact was
ksept siecret froin thfe patient. All'
hope for, his recovery was given up
at. that time. Late yesterday Mr. Max-:
im lapsed into a coma which contin-
ued until death?.
Hudson Maxim gained fame as the
inventor of the self-propelled torpedo
and was widely known for his ex-
periments with high explosives. Two
of his discoveries, which, it is said,t
haive revolutioniized modern warfare,
-were the first smokeless Powder made
in America aid "MWaximite", the first
high~ explosive bursting charge ever1
emiployed in. armor-piercing projec- I
tiles. A foe of the pacifist to the end,IS
lie maintained that the, country wast
,poorly equipped for the impending,
test of batteries in which he believed'
to any -roanp whichf is ready to fi Christian, University organist, it was
nrance the operation, estimaice, that it announced yesterdIay. Mr' (Christian
woul Cos. ~2 00000 ~will also p~lay at the dedicatory serv-
tivul (,,;. 20,00000 Ie a7 en Eices of the Grosse Pointe Memorial
dered the plani to the L nited Stattes church, Grosse Pointe Farms, on Sun-
througzh Myron '' Herrick, the Amer-! ay, May 15.j
iean amb~assador, asking as sole coin- I Due to his absence occasioned by!
pensation a redunctio)n of France's war these two services, the Wednesday!
debt to th~ United States by one per ' afternoon T wilighit Musicale in Hill
cent. auditorium will be given by Dalies E.
Frantz, '30, of the University Schoolj
TPXA0--M.W. Splaw n. president of Music.
of the n niversity has~ handed in his!
resignation t o tal~e effect September' OREGON -A gift of $130,000 for
1. a medical school has been announced.
At Ccc arxlie, Les C'h'senux Islands, two cottagesr lot t~'Lin-
iCO ft. 'on lake, 300 ft. back to lane. One cottage ha, itchen -and
living room7; second heas two bedroom., Comipletely furnished,
bedding, stove. table ware, dishes, 'etc. 'Grounds wl timbered,
bathing beach, steel rowboat.* All %, excelleni ti n. PrIce.
$1,5 00. Sole reason for selling-too far from here. Dr. E C. Stiefel,
147 Lloyd St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Swissvale Station.
WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO MEET
I RON RIVE HILLS
There are still a few extra. nice sites available-
Don't let this opportunity go byt-Secure one, of
these unusual homhesites at the present iow cost.
Let's -Look 'em Oaver Today'
ANN ARBOR DOME BUILDERS, Inc.
1230 North Main St. Phone 7408
Wright-Bellanca world's endura nee test plane which has given its
occupants another thrilling experien cc. Clarence D. Chamberlain, chief
contender for flying the plane to Paris, saved two little girls, the owners
daughter and a friend, the daught er of the president of the Brooklyn
Chamber of Commerce, as well as his mechanic from deaths when the plane
was disabled in taking off at Curtiss field, L. I. ________
I 'FLA TING NUN! VERSI T Y' OFFICIAL
FA 4VORS COED U1CA TIONON CRUISE,
°Co edatlonh may be obJectionable in ditions or. hoard would be practical-
a college ashore where students have ly ideal," Mr. McIntosh declared.
social activities outside of class hours , Analyzing the disapproval of coed-
' licatlon as set forth by former Govern-1
but it does not apply on such an mn- or Allen of Kansas, Mr. McIntosh
stitution as the "Floating University," I said that Mr. Allen's most serious
is the opinion of the editors of the I criticism was that can a floating uni-
newspaper for that university. It is, versity "charming women are some-
they believe, an essential part of the, times a distraction."
home life that exists aboard the ship.; "A distraction from what?" Mr.
"If men students are taken alone on McIntosh dlemandls to know, and then
an eight mnonths world cruise, some he answers his ow~n question : "From
form of military or naval disciplineI some thing much worse, perhaps rest-
smust be enforced," declared Andrew! lessn ess, discontent, maladljustment
McIntosh, who is in charge of con- i on shipb~oardl; wine, women and song1
tracts in foreign countries for the ashore-wb~o can say?"r}
International University Cruise, Inc., -_________
I )tlfl: d Pi'E iSONAL NAMtE CARDIS NOW
I Relie'lagraf cards made by a new process that saves the cost
of a plate. Lcoks like engraving. 100 cards for $2.25.
Phone 47-1l111 South Vniers'ity PhOii- 4744
it would bie involved. Mr.:
also the author of more
CHICAGO-The honor system hasI
been changed to ;the effect that 'a per-4
son once convicted may be able to }
make'rhis record clean.
"Otherwise chaos would result. Buti
there, the men are under the most
rigid discipline, enforcible to the last
I!ditch., Such a discipline would be
impossible to maintain on "a cruise1
like ours, even if its maintenance
"On the other hand, if lmth men
and women students, as well as al
limited number of older people were
taken, the members conforming to the
family group idea at home, the con-
PLAN TOPREVENT I
(By'\ss ciated IPress)
PARIS, May 5-Ph, application a.
power to the fio-w of rivers to accel-
erate their speed so as to-prkevent the
over"flowing of tihe banks is the idea
of the n)lan of Y'. Archer, 'French enl-
gineer, which :an ha., offered the Unit-
ed States with the cairni that it
AreYouGod a Fig-resO
CORNELL -The .Dramatic
will present Shakespeare's 'A
summef ' Night's Dream.'
SU A OCE BY
'Ev" ~B. YKYNE'S
C 1 l
r v o 'rye.
the flamges of a forest fire, is
tale of love and adventure to
)lse. The screen here presents
st yarns eve" spun by Peter B. / -
DON'T ALL SPEAK
'Constance as a Vamping
Venus ! - Watch her SU--B-
TRACT pocketbooks from
policemen-DIVIDE the rich
artist she's crazy 'about 'from
,his 'fiancee -- MULTIPLY
comedy complications -- and
ADD to the gaiety of na-*
He was a young Amern-
can artist-and she- had
designs on' himn! When
she went -riding in his
gondola she thought she'd
have to swim home- but
he wasn't that kind -of an
THIS Venus -has two good
arms-and how she uses them !
If they aren 't around some
fellow's neck, they're "in 'his
pocket.-And when 'she mnakes
her gondola get-away,' she has
all the 'traffic cops of Venice
swiinnming around -in circles !
-S a u d io
'" ' '
cken the p
Of the be:
ne, master story-teller, to please his immonse
ie Film.Epc of
T' e F'ore
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