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November 08, 1927 - Image 3

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_ 91rTHE MICHIGAN DAILY:~ PAG.

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IIftI IF ILDALL SERVNICES JO-INID )CA~TING NWAIRP ORT
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ay,,Nes Fvlood Victim ALUM~NI TO HEAR

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,..,*... ...lTe University o Michigan Club of
/ / ~ V., Nv. 7- Th h~Philadelphia will listen to the returns
h- F .. of he os5i t he Winoosi Valley flood' of the Wavy ga1nie ovr the a~io next
,rttei i alog n htaoeal Saturay. Te etu~ns will start com-
a: others looms the fiure of Lloyd; ilg in aon!3o'lck nexetlo
.,:.,.:.::.::. Sul ai asssitant edit or of the..WaNter- o anol ter victory for the Michigan
bury Rcord. team, the Philadelphia alumni have
r X y i !On the day the floodane ilele crd Made all arrangements 1for a big cele-
, :N.",> r x iacinery was ht out of order and, bration banquet after the gam, start-
Squire with others started to effect as luig at 5:30 at the Electri Club- t
f~t many res(cues as p)ossile, The water is this group (i active ahuunni to
wa 15 feet deep in Main street and w hvorna credit is due for the alumni
j the only boat in1 town was one (ollap-' banquet that was given last year
.: ille canvas canoe. M~any pe'sons had when Miclhigani went East to play the
already ben saved when Squire Navy.
learned that his other waJs trapped _ ______________
R IN on the upper story ol. a house on Main'
E street.
r 1'Th canoe was being used in <a-j
other sction ut Squre could not
wait Making lahisay to "ahigher
:;.. [cart of town, he hitched utp a teanm
tt ot r01s \5a n drove them ito the Never a waver
E. j lood The horses swan anti Squire
t.= sanI behind thema, guiding tem with
tereins. lUp to the house whreC hs! h
mother was tr apehe drove his
swaznrnng team ani he tel iered them,!
..:>' floating to an upper window shutter.
Climabig through the window, Squire w r(
carried ost his iiotheur and placed her IEd w rh
ion ones of the horse's acks.'then off
le set again, swimming behind, the flavor
horses, ad landed the elderly woman
Scene as TC-259; the United States armuy blimp fronm ltnigley Field, Va., landed at Augustda~. to take prit inI saely on high ground near the school-
the dedication of the city's new mnuiicilal air'port, thne aerial denionstration being joined il by 36 plnes o the armny, house, which had been tred over for
navy and marine corps. the shelter of hndreds of refugees.
PROJCT'IS PICTRESON'CLOUD MOVIE TO SHOW '
STEAM DEVICES
:. r Tle student branch of the Amei- 1
can Society of Mechanical Engineersa0
will present a moving picture, en- ct r i u
titld "team" a 7:0 o'loc tonghtitS
in Natural Science auditorium. The F a e n t e
picture, dealing with the manufacture
of boilers and stoker installment, was
putou byth Bacok ad ilcx orSale
p t o t b th Ba c c an Wi c x!o r0Boiler com pany. M r. George R.'
Lyons, Detroit representative of the, 1L.arge house near Hill St., has just been listed for s
company, will e present to explain
certain sections of the picture. Asidel rooms, beautiful porches, 2-car garage. Electric refriger
from these occasional parts, "Steam" I ats
Sis of a non-technical nature, and all large fireplace ibrary ats Lot, 132 feet frontage
t, r interested are invited to attend.
Th:tdn.bac fth ....Oak trees. Five-minute walk from campus.
numbers at present about 80 mem-1
X 'her, and this moving picture repre- Pie $2O -Tem
sets the opening of their activities;
for the year. Other events scheduledt
{sk yfor this semester are a smoker and a CALL M
student-faculty dinner.
- -SEYwith-
z xBURSLEV HELD AT HOME:
w i{,Joseph A. Bursey, dean of stu- C HA~LESL#
~ ¢ . dents, who has been confined to hisj
Ml °home for more than a week by an at- RE L E T T«
tack of the grip, is epeted to re- j E L E T T
turn to hi, office today or tomorrow,:R~osadI
jprovided no unforseen complications,
- set in. j Brooks Bldg.

This long ir nge"serchnl ightf gul.l sbeig se d to project pictures and'
messa ges 5on cloud s andl on1 buix~ling a tistlaces varing with atmos-

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