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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SADLER TELLS PLANS
OF M'ERCHANT MARINE
"Drastic measures to rehabilitate
our merchant marine are a complete
engineering possibility, a sound eco-
nomic proposition, and an imperative
national necessity," said Prof. H. G.
Sadler of the marine engineering de-
partment in a talk 'before the mem-
bers of the Transportation Club on
Wednesday evening.
Professor Sadler briefly outlined
the decadent condition of our na-
tional merchant marine and explain-
ed to the club members a plan now
being completed, to restore the im-
portance of American shipping and
reduce our dependence on foreign
carriers. The plan involves ;the
building of six super-fast and super-
efficient ships which would make the'
trip across the Atlantic in four days
instead of the six required by our
present fastest steaners. These ships,
according to Professor Sadler, would
prove the salvation of the American
merchant marine and would be an
inestimable asset to our country in
the event of a foreign war.

BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS REQUIRES RECOMMENDATIONS

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"Some of those who are now en-
rolled with the Bureau have evident-
ly forgotten that they must have four
personal recommendations and a
photograph included with the other
required material before we can re-
commend them to any position," said
Mrs. Hellen Shambaugh, secretary of
the Bureau of Appointments in
speaking of the latest developments
in her department, yesterday after-
noon. She pointed out that calls
were coming in daily in increasing
numbers for teachers to begin work,
next fall, and that many of those
now enrolled would lose probable
places if they neglected these impor-;
tant things, longer.
Location blanks, which each -per-
son enrolled is required to fill out
during this week end and which give
the places where the person may be
located during each part of the day,
are also required before recon.men-
dations will be made from the bur-
eau, she announced. Location blanks
are now available at the ofifee. :n
Tappan hall and ,may be filled out as
soon as schedules are complete.
That the bureau is doing an in-
creased amount of work, this year,
is shown by the fact that at this
time, last year, 435 were enrolle i as

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compared with 475 this year. A gr(at- hand is 127. More calls are being
er increase has been shown by the received daily, and Mrs. Shambaugh
larg( increase in calls for teachers stressed the importance of immediate
63 having been received at this time fulfilling of all the requirements of
last year, and the number now on enrollment.
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Band Automobiles*
at College?
By DEAN MAX McCONN OF LEHIGH
More than forty colleges have banned student
automobiles. Other college administrations are
considering similar action. They advance seem-
ingly adequate reasons but are these reasons
really logical? If automobiles can be banned, why
not other things? Are the professional supervisors
of our morals and habits already at work in our
Colleges?
The Lord's Day Alliance, by Clarence Darrow
A Chance for a White Collar, by Ferner Nuhn
Can Hoover Be Ditched Aain? by Frank Kent
Is the Ex-Soldier a Hero? by Leslie Barber
Pay Envelopes and Panics, by Sec'y Jamesj. Davis
And many other articles are to be found in

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