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September 24, 1927 - Image 2

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THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY SATRDA, SE.:.E
j mary, This cycle is about the same as An o n eIJQX nv riy~I1i1m i a led endelvred
A IS H T T I YE ' SE S Nthele that obtains overth coun- That. te design and b~ildfg
Pwt1 WANSRTATLATIYEAR'S ESON R inoteNwUleriymsu
O ATA TCFIHSSOVRtry.cylth Of Zoology Will Ble Finished By 1928 eupment, the 6 rtuanty hs
A(By Associated Press) *tsohpestathbetoth_____________sized to utilize the best idea9
Oter muYS~unn ild to iprove
INEWI~ F YOth Dt~ R!foad Closed. present state. Of development inl iVia- sctormls over th onr continue out, One of the most dsiciean jects of zoological research, are all une'h ietin~ kle
Fo trs"i hesg hti eiglooe h ocean. Oe h Grand Banks' beautiful buildings of the Unvriy npace around the building. eer.
I~LL110fl~set up on the north Atlantic air lns However, there are T-occasonal lthheee o rats tomf ne w ~Museum located at the ortlr-~Teshdl fcntuto al uho h aeili
TID byy ManMn oceanr ttraffict ffY~ducn alythcorneroudofi thel scampusey, esasrapidly strforthscomptletionof tbycaJan.is 1pidy'1928.mplAtonbymus.e1,m1has t mueumliayalbeen ee pacck
cop, ons the southern air rioute, by way ofc~ilYrgeattht point, nearing completion. the latest report, the wvork was RP It ishoe that te furnishun
JED O ED) BY sometimes rathler complicated, bt "Go" signs of good fyIing wveather ma3 y trans-Atlantic flights became more mspfthrrcowr nth e xectey thatIdMa'stthcsinasstructuren te zoes wenwillfei Sptbe teoporun1928fo atcocrtean whichr datee thed btmusenovngwilbeicm Yleedb
,I O there is no mistaking the warning beckon the aviator. and1 More remote. By Sept. 25 we are structure is completed. 'Roofing, finished 'by Jan. 111 and that the in- be opened to the public.
'ER ~sign he is now painting, according to Dr. Kimball, whose weather reports enerng the stor~m season and the sea- pitngaig n iihn h tl~ino l~in a eh hhsrpr otePeie
Dr James H3. Kimball, who knows the mdhi-aunfcilsrtro rthsoi f storm frequcey There is a internal partitions yet remain to be shortly after that date. Ale xner . Ruthven, Director
IN AUGUST sg agaeo hewahrbte merhican urnof-al tat flirtsthi sorpd n aei somns hog
1N sigrntlUnite uSaeof we eat r te neinthenyearawhich flrun s thgh apiAlthugheeatremoccasitonalgaysdone'The ornamental plaques of cttt Practically all of the -ew equip- Museum, makes several suggf
than most men. yer as etme.Otoe samnhO o-Istone, representing the various sub- met has been designed and some of .s to needed additions.
ecttgTens To Dr. Kimball, meteorologist of the< "There is a frequecny of storms dur -I siderabIl. storminess.
re York, says that Increasingly frequent cycle of reasonable regularity, reach- for over-ocean flights on the southern ,
-storms, beginning late this month, will i. ng its lowest period in August and itsI route all the year round, the require-
been miade dur- render trans-Atlantic flights over the gieatest in January. July and August m eents. for navigating over this route,
a the uni ersity northern route to Europe between late are not materially' different in number especially between Bermuda and theI
^n observatory- September and next spring or sum-i of storms-likewise January and Feb.-Az'ores, are more exacting."
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