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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

l"II)AY.!FEBRUIZIARY 24t, 1928

) THE MICIIR7~AN DAILY

FlO SLSSO GIESU. S. PLANES IN WINTER MANEUVERS Sc ul ptor Work-s On
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ll ,, i en 1ct Has Been Hunmanized
ByReent Biograpiers For
ffodern Re,1ders
?OTARV CLUB HEARS TBALKi
"A lover of the Virginia and of
hei Arnrerica where his life work had

' s1]bl'. 1 is(Nvorflg 0on a. life sizp-
%alnue of Ia school girl wlhI1 Will be
pflaced in il itieie_°.the h1'crf{8the
ile a ilathhd l i r 1T O ele the
+ ,('.t' \\il((el last, st ar1q, ean ex plo-
sien that ''ear08ly two s00I''o(
dren of 1Bath11 lyon The C(hilIdren oft
Alihigilll, '101s; Iiioinoriato 0the
,children that p jeiidil lthe explio-
sin a hs Ocz &0 8'I( l)Os bleIy Pon4-
, nits (c0111i'.1i.!Iby)0 eblure inill1
cf 2lihigalfs IP :?lic Stz1':( lM .
An gell1 has miisled atsima 1lluodelB
of the (olt't heed si a Iii n.andIis atj
preset; w \oiliiig (on aI H N size one,

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b:eern placed, Washington saw one
(lutfy and one patriotism possible to
him, l his hand once put to the
plow hie never turnedl his face to theE
pa st," Prof'. Preston W. Slosson, of
,b o history department, declared in
spewaking before the Ann. Arbor Ro-
tary club Wednesday noon.
Tfaking as his subject, "Washington
a. Ilie Appears to the Twentieth Cen-
tury," Professor Slosson went on to
saIy, "Washington's greatness 'was
thatit of a simple integrity and nata-
r-al largeness of soul. He had no
special intellectual brilliance litref
that of Hamilton or Jefferson. His
mind, traveled in accustomed orbits.
lBnt ith all 'the intrigues and trea-
sonis that surrounded him and drove
him almost to (despair, he never had
to ;'ace treason within himself.
"Washington's first biographers ad -
m3ired and therefore stressed tihe
proudl dignity and reserve which
characterized George Washington un-
I ti e seemed like a stoic of classical
antiquity, a marble statue erected
over his own virtues," he continues.
"But the twentieth century had less
and less fondness for the statuesque
tha n had the eighteenth: Washing-
ton, still reserved, was "less and less
popular.
"The cult of Lincoln, the homespuzn
man of the peoplei who split logs and
t old jokes, ;threatened to eclipse that
of Washington. To the rescue came
az new brigade of biographers to 'hu-
mlanize' Washington so that he might
-eem as democratic and impulsive as
A1ndy Jackson, Teddy Roosevelt, or
Hlonest Abe.
".Their intentions were of the best
uttheir zeal was somewhat exces7-
sive," Professor Slosson averred.
"'They dwelt too m'uch on facts that
-were true but unimportant, such
as Washington's habit for swearing
at those who deserved it, or his
ronnd of plantation business and
plantation amusements. That Wash-
ingt on was a real man, a 'regular'
fellow with the habits of his day, IsI
true enough. That he had a certain
old-fashioned stateliness of bearing
also is true. The two pictures are
not contradictory but neither by it-
self is- completed."
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iNigits, x;.00to $2.50 N?

In ili mercancolege, St(Ie~s NIVRSIY O 0IOTHERN
azs a ee(ral le a re llin avrc of g C iv- ( LIFiORNI.A.-'i'is university is of-
Ig nrmlhi ollo a a nce1i . 1is eolei ng :l1(I'flll ."a]11four-y.ear course in] tech-
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Puirsuit group~, si at lonelf at Se4i icge field. 21. C('Pruem , s5njnpe( on the i,'e
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planes are equnipp~ed with sh his. Vl" tlromimand of 1 lJaj. Tiionwa (,. I anip-
hier, tile planes left Selfridge field for at test flight in Ntrthorn 1'd oh i an to
obtain data (on winter flying.
Pawlowski Expects Use Of'Magesium
Propeller In Aeronautical 'Industry

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sItatne in'bronize. It. will probably lbe a peiu ii
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"Aeroplanes will have propellers
made from magnesium in the near
future," said Prof. Feix WV. Pawlow-
ski of the engineering school in an
interview yesterday. The aeronautics
head told how the war causedl experi-
mentation in metal propellers to -re-I
place the inefficient wooden ones,
which resuled in those of aluminum
alloy which are now in use.
"The need for tile magnesium pro-.j
peller is noft pressing now," the pro-

fessor stalted. M11, he bliiii' s thii
theO obvious advantage of light ness
wvich a magnesiumn propeller would
hlave will soon result in its lpraci it'
plerfection.
Pro'tfessor Pu wbOW SkI decr1ibled
how the rain t alling noon the old(
type of wooden proplliers rmine;I
them in a few Hiour s. [- cCoilmpared
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fact that being older, and having run
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the world as the champion long-time
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He doesn't deserve any medals. Hie
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smoking for the added number of years.
He was just lucky in starting sooner,
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However, if you care to delve into
ancient history, look up when they
first started to pull down the old Grand
Central Station in New York,* then
add at least six months to that, and
you will arrve at the approximate
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