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November 04, 1927 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-11-04

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Prof. J. S. Worley Delivers Speech On
History and Ae leveinent ,
Of A.S.C.E. Group
Sixteen engineers became members
of the student chapter of the Amer-
ican Society of Civil Engineers at the
initiation banquet of the Michigan
chapter of the organization held Wed-
nesday night in the Union.
The principal speaker at the din-
ner was Arthur S. Douglass, construc-
tion engineer of the Detroit Edison
company. His topic was "Men," and
he told many of his experiences during
his 20 years of engineering work.
"If you're not a good poker player
when your life and success are at
stake you won't get there," said Doug-
lass. He continued saying that the
engineer, to get ahead, must be unde-
featable, willing to try any task with-

The Adair Excursion Company of
Flint will run an all expense excur-
sion to the Miichigan-Chicago game.
Special collegian busses will leave
from in front of the Union at 5 o'clock
today and will return to Ann Arbor
Sunday night.
Hotel accommodations will be pro-
vided at the Cooper-Carlton hotel in
Chicago. Bus service will be main-
tained from the hotel to the game.
The all expense plan includes tw
days and two nights in Chicago and,
seven meals. The trip costs $25.
A temporary office is being main-
tained in Biddle's Book Store in the1
Arcade where reservations may be
made any time.
The round trip may be made with-
out meals or hotel accommodations
for $9.50.

Movie Of University
Nearing Completion
Pictures of the offices of President
Clarence Cook Little and of Dr. Fragnk
Robbins were the features of the
scenes taken Wednesday for the Uni-
versity moving picture. The Universi-
ty hospital was filmed on Monday,
and the work on the picture is pro-
gressing rapidly, according to Dr.
More than 3,000 feet of film had
been taken up until Monday, although
the entire picture will not be much
longer than this.
The picture is being taken by the
Metropolitan Moving Picture company
of Detroit, and will be shown to the
alumni clubs throughout the country
when it is completed.



picketing and that it would result in
(By Associated Press) intimidation of mmiers wishing toj
DENVER, Col., Nov. 3.-Leaders of j ork
the Industrial Workers of the World, I .W. W. leadeis were content to
in charge of strike activities in the reiterate that Gov. W. I. Adams,
south Colorado coal striking area an- (shown above on the right) had told

out flinching, to labor, and to wait nounced today that mass meetings of them they could hold meetings that
for the rewards of his; profession, idle miners were being planned in this method of "legalized picketing
Doulass Talks. iplace of the picketing declared il- would supplant actual patrol of the
legal by the state mines. With this permission given!
"Always measure your undertaking The mass meeting plan was tested plans were being made at the I. W. W.I
not by how much I am paid, but by Wednesday at a Colorado Fuel and headquarters in Walsenburg for fur-l
how much I am able to give regard- Iron company mine near Walsenburg. ther mass meetings.
less of pay," was Douglass's advice to Hundreds of strike sympathizers as- Operators throughout the southern!
the engineering students. In refer- sembled a short distance from the field reported that many men returned'
ring to the higher positions in the mine shaft as workers came off duty. to work Wednesday when the threat
engineering field, he said: Although company officials protested of 1. W. W. leaders to resume picket-
"A- good executive is a man who that this was. but another form of I ing;in defiance of state orders failed"
makes many decisions and is right
more than half the tim,"nCII' 1 I ~ 'T T SS~lA T
Prof. J. S. Wore the engineer- FISH ER TELLS TATE AS SOCLIATI
ing school, spoke on "The American REAL ESTATE RESEARCH NOW B
Society of Civil Engineers." nes" The or-
ganization was founded in New York ____
city in 1852 with 10 members. Then, How the University is making a others will be crowded with students1
as now, it aimed to enroll in its ranks to prepare themselves for our pro-
all of the foremost in all branches of study of real estate problems through fession even as they do, for the so-
engineering and architecture. Now it called honorable and learned profes-
has 45 chapters throughout the coun- of Business Administration was told sions of the as,." He went on to
try and 87 student chapters in schools Iby Ernest M. Fisher, associate pro- congratulate the University and the
and colleges of engineering. It has fessor of realty of the business ad- real estate men of the state for having
4800 honorary regular, associate and ministration school, at the educational at the head of the real estate section
junior members. Membership in the rally of the Michigan State Real Es- of businss adminisration school, such
society is one of the highest recogni- tate association, held at Lansing, last a man as Professor Fisher, who has
tions of merit in the engineering I Thursday. Prof. Earl S. Wolaver of made this profession part of an edu-
world, showing that the recipient has business law, gave a whimsical de- cational system. He also outlined the
achieved distinction in his chosen scription of the purpose of universi- growth of real estate salesmanship at
work. ty education. the University of Detroit, and said
Riggs speaks. .Professor Fisher stated that the re- that since 1923, the standard course
Prof. Henry R. Riggs, now on leave search work was being carried on by of the national association has been
of absence from the engineering col- scholarships, and dealt in the main offered in the day school.
lege, was also present at the banquet' with determining the direction of city Relative to the qualifications for'
and spoke briefly to the group. growth, with the study of restrictions licenses it was said that in New York
The "Welcome" to the incoming in subdivisions, with the percentage where this is practiced, 88 per cent of
members was delivered by Loring F.
br w hsdlete "Accetnce of property devoted to certain uses, the applicants failed, and that two
Oeming, '27E, while the "Acceptanceand with research of similar charac- -
speech was given by Herbert A. Sea- ter.
man, '28E. Prof. J. H. Clissold3 acted During the meeting much was said
as toastmaster.DuigtemeigmcwasadS ln d A'
The following men were initiated in- of securing legislation to create qual- Splendid A
to the society: Donald E. Brummit, ifications which must be passed be-,
'28E, John W. Brown, '28E, John E. fore the state issues licenses to prac- Those who use artists' mn
Daiber, '28E, Lewis W. Fitch, '29E, tice real estate. William A. Ratigan,
John A. Hapke, '29E, Louis D. Kir- chairman of the educational commit- good place to buy them.
schner, '28E, Charles V. Lisle, '28E tee of the Detroit Real Estate board
Marcus J..Bains, '28E, George A. Miles, and founder of he land economics di- quality materials in which
'28E, George J. Platz, '28E, Herbert vision of the University of Detroit,
A.. Seaman, '28E, R. H. Shakleton, declared, "If a physician and surgeon, DEV
"28E, C. -M. Thompson, '28E, Alexand- the dentist and pharmacist, the en-
er T. Van Pelt, '28K, JeromekW. Wood, gineer and architect, and similar pro- ARTISTS' I.
'28K, and Austin J. Paddock, '29K. fessions must pass a state examina- Canvas
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to materialize.'
While citizens joined mine operatorsc
in protesting the mass meetings Gov-
ernor Adams declined to state what
action he would take other than to
deny reports that he contemplated
signing an order for mobilization ofI
the Colorado National Guard at pres-
Though denying reports that he was
thinking of placing martial law over
the strike districts, it is believed thatj
such a proclamation had been serious-_
ly considered and that only by reason
of the somewhat alleviated circum-
stances was it rejected.
The accompanying pictures show
views of the sections where the I. W.
W. has succeeded in closing 26 mines
members of Michigan State Securities
commission favored such legislation
in this state.
Professor Fisher declared, "We are
not attempting to turn out salesmen.
As a matter of fact, the university, es- ,
pecially through its research scholar-
ships, five of which are now available,
intends to get at the data which will>
be of immense use to the realtor of
Michigan. For instance, one of our
scholarships is now being devoted to
a study of city growth. A land devel-
oper cannot say that just because his
property will become valuable as the
city must of necessity come towardE
him. We do not know if this is so
but we are going to try to discover
the factors which determine the di-i
rection of city growth."

and where there have been a number
of clashes and mine arrests during
which a girl strike leader was injured.
To the left are views of the mines
n the strike section. Upper left is a
mine in the southern field, upper right
the Roekvale tipple in the Canon City
district. Below, left, is a view of the
Berwind mine of the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company, and right, the Rob-
inson mine of the same company.
Work was suspended in all four.

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