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PACE TWO

THE MICHTGAN DAILY

1 "t'1 1)411', l i,1>l:t .lf l' 25, 1923

PAGE TWO TFIF MICHIGAN DAILY SAl IiitlJA Y, F NBR1'Al~\' 25, 1~2g

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LIND8ERGH IS SILENT'
IN REGARD TO PLANS'
FOR BUSINESS CAREER'

YOUTHFUL INVENTOR CONSTRUCTS Uniest Sitet
OWN TELESCOPE TO STUDY STARS I Makver~t tdns
! MkeAppreciative
"like 'very nacter o sing-- efore
student-,"s aki (1 Feodor ('haliapinI,
famous )hiss0, after his concert in

SILVER TO TALK
O CN JEWISH LIFE

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NAME LINIEI) Wilil

P~ROPOSEDI

(LIJVA(GO ro NEW YORK
AJR PROJEC~(Tj
MAY CARRY PASSENGERS
ChIicago To BeRashue Of Propoed Line;
llontreaI Brnebh To Meet
11.11 At Alansi
(By :Associted I'Vs.)
IETROIT, Feb. 24.--Col. Charles
A. Lindbergh, who has been confer-
ring here with leaders of the aircraft'
indutstry preparatory, it is believed,
to launching into a business career,
today maintained silence -regarding!
hris plans.
The colonel, whose name rumor''
persists in linking with a reported
new Chicago-New York air transpor-
tation project, refused to grant inter-
views and expressed a desire to drop
out of public life altogether.
Is request was reinforced by one
from his mother, Mrs. Evangeline
Lindbergh, who said the colonel has
permanently retired from the public
Otolihers Remain Silent
At the same time, Edsel Ford, Maj.
Thomas G. Lanphier, Stout airways
officials and the' group of St. Louis
a iricraft industry representatives who
accompanied Colonel Lindberg here
were equally reticent.
Members of the group were quick'
to deny pubshed reports that the
purpose of Lindbergh's visit here con-
cernedl'a new airplane designed by
himself and Major Lanphier, but they
would neither affirm nor deny the
rumor concerning the new Chicago-
New York air line.
The report concerning the project,
toiched on vaguely by Major Lan-
phier in an address at Buffalo Tues-
day night, receivedI further impetus
Thursday night in a statement by
Peter F. Piasecki, postmaster at Mil-
waukee., Mr. Piasecki said le had
been advised of plans for formation
of the new air line by the Stout Air-
ways corporation to operate passen-
ger and mail express ships.
Detroit Included On Route
The proposed line, he said, would
have its base at Chicago and would
include Milwaukee, Grand Rapids, De-
troit, Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany
as terminals. A branch line at Mn-
treal, lhe added, would meet the mail
at Albany, ,with planes goin from
there dlown the Hudson to New York.
Lindbergh spent Thursday night at
Selfridge Field after visiting during
the evening with his mother. In the
afternoon he Conferred with Edsel
Ford and officials of the Stout Air-
ways organization. His trip by air-
plane from Selfridge Field to the
general office of the Ford company I
was interrupted by a forced landing
due(' to a fog.
Lindbergh's ship was slightly dam-
aged when it struck two small sap-
lings before coming to a stop.
Pilots Are Selected
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.-Lieut.
Albert P. Hegenberger, who flew wit
Lieut. Lester J. Maitland from Cali-
fornia to Hawaii last June, has been
assigned as navigator and Lieut. Ha-
ry Johnson of the air corps, as pilot
of the army plane which will carry
Mrs. Evangel#e Lindbergh from De-
troit to Boston to attend the sessions
of the National Education association.
Io~i officers are_ stationed at.
Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio.
ORDERS FOR ENGINEERING
CANES NOW BEING PLACED
Orders are now being placed for
the canes of the 'Senior engineering
class at Wagner's store and must be
ordered before spring vacation. The
cane for this class is now on display
at the office of the Dean of the Col-
lege of Engineering. The cane is of
castania wood and the finish is imi-
tation ebony, the price being $4.
Class numeral and the names of the
owners can be engraved on the canes
after they arrive. The price of en-
graving is not included in the orig-
inal lpurchase lprice.

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H ill auditorium le~st nighit. "I have
sun~ before them maniy times, both1
in this, country and in Russia. In
Moscow, I sing often for the univer-
sity students. Ovcr thiere, they are
much more-what is the word?--ex-
pansive.''
Although he believes Americans are
less demonstrative than Russians, Mr.
Chaliapin likes to sing in Ann Arbor,
and appreciates the receptivity of the
audiences here..lBe recalled his last
appearance here three years ago, and
(oes not know when lie will come
back to Ann Arbor. for he expects to
leave th is country in April to make
a European tour. He will sing opera
in England, Spain, and other coun-
c ries, and give concerts inl France.i
Hie will return to the United Statesj
in April.

Rabbi Abbo Hillel $i iver, nationally
known orator arnd scholar, of the
Temple at (levelanud, Ohio. willI de-
liver an address Kit 8 o'clock IXIonclay
een~lingC in Natunral Science a Udlitin-
itni. under the a uspices of thle RIillel
Foundation. Thrice veers eg-o Ra~bbi
Silver spoke at one of the Uiversity
conlvocations5 iniHill atidit orintn.
Though only 35 yearis o1 a go, ,Dr.
Silver ra~nks as one of thc most noteCd
religious heade~rs in bhe 1-nited St ate s.
Ilec is a Ut hor of "iXI Cssj i'me Spee ila-
tion iiin SC]e, (IIbook recenitly pub-
lished, discussing t he persistene of
Messianic hopes amlongi the Jewish
rac(e.
In addition to 1eing leader of one,
of the largest liberal Jewish congre-
gations in America, anad holding many
offices en .Jewish boards of welfare
and education, Rabbi Silver is taking
a great.lpart in non-religious civic af-
fairs. H-e is honorary vice-president
@f the Consumier'A leaigue of O)hio. a
Imember of the Board ofi Associated
jCharities of Cleveland, and wais d
de-orated by France for h ii services (dur-i

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"VERY CONFIDENTIAL"9

Askee
in open<
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concert;
more a
Rplained.
itself.
feeling

d whether he preferred to sing
'a or iii concerts, Mr. Chaliapin
em expressed a preference for
s. "A. concert is so nmuc#
ifinished production," he ex-
"Each song is an end inj
Them'e is more opportunity for
The public, however, likes

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All njakes of rma-
Chines. Our equip.
mneat and per'sonnel1
is considered amiong
the best in the state. The result of
twenty years' careful buildingr.
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- ~~ oper'a better, because it. is held to--
g oether with a plot, and permits more t
U . Y n i acting."
S- - -- The song blooks, which were (lis-'
Proidece itiensareaccaiiingLolncttrilbutecl at the concert, were inventedl
Proidece itiensareaclaiingL~ad Turs o. a16 earoldlm'nefor thme sake of convenience and a
product, as .a genius for' having invented his own retlecting telescope, valued
at $300. With the telescope he has been enabled to make a study of the starsa better understanding on the part of
of the first maginitude, esp~ecially during tihe(daytime.. I likadnesto he hsisngrexplakino edH
Discarded units of automobiles, special handiwork, and other ingenious tlilemetofhehsnghisesiniwgtan
resorts are embodied in the new construction, which has been declared con- !tei the bedffcis orsimgitotell
p~arable to any invention made by a youngster in past, years. jit inoElbi l frhm otl
Delivery of Mail Reaches Two Tons !JOHN M'9CORMACK GIVENI
__- PAP AL TITLE OF COUNT I
Yesterday was "weighing-in" d'ay truck deliveries. The ninith truck is-
at the Ann Arbor postoffice. used chiefly for collections. (t;,.Assoiated Press
Exclusive of the postman who de- - Commenting upon the general NEW YORK, Feb. 24.-John Me-I
livers the University nmail, the city's postal situation, Postmaster Pack said Cormack, noted' ten-or, has received

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Saturday

footcarriers eachl carried an average
of 138 pounds of mail yesterday, ,tile
scales showed. Twenty-nine meii areI
affected by this classification.
In addition to this group there are,j
moreover, the truck deliveries made
by eight trucks. 'these have each
been averaging 325 packages a lay for
the past week. According to Post-
master A. C. Pack, this is a heavy
record as the average is usually 247 a
day if peast records can be'believed.
FThe total mail for the day "weighed-
in" at 3,874 pounds. Of this amount,
620 pounds were "letters. The balance
of 3,254 pounds was taken up in pack -
ages, papers, and the like.
The postoffice has a total of nine
trucks. Six; men are employed reg;-I
ularly and three as substitutes by the1

111ai ono e wlsitin to mast Piti Uea'zi , IIOLI ? iz'ozn Tne universe, London

of any size to Cuba should dlo 0olbe-
for e Marchl1. as on that (late parcelsj
of more than eight ounces are likelyj
to b~e 1estrictedI from the mails un-
less some agreement is reached be-
tween the United States and the Cu-
bans.t
Mirs. Kate Perugini, only living sis-
ter' of Charles Dickens, recently cele-
lratedl her; 139th hirt hday at her home
in England.
EUROPE BY MOTOR
Priv-ate' ('ad iliac Limousine1De [Luxe
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Catholic newspaper, that he has been
elevatedl to, the papal peerage with the
title and dignity of count.
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THDE LAUGHTER SQUAD ARE AT IT AGAIN!
And funnier, than ever before.
The chamrpeen "joy-boys." A riot
E L as dough-y, dough-ty doughboys
after the War.

Wise

Wise is the man who saves as he earns-
who has laid by a snug little sum of money
with some laudable purpose in view. It marks

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ambition-f oresighted-

thrifty-an asset to the community.

Spring Flowers
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Jonquils, Tulips,
Violets, Freesias

And wiser still if he knows

what he is

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