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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W _ I1 rA~rD..Huh.VIGve. TRANSPORTATION LIBRARY PRAISED h(lepful. This sstem, Pofesr Wor- !
ITILUYIWIL LIIIAUI!L Address AjUnue Y WORLEY AS BEST OF ITS K1IND t t nsriert,4 ha Y iic retr
PrEL T R DIoIrT~w. Johin S.xWorleyin a. cent tlat one. fifth oil why nation'stitl iii 1'

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Addi cMsCt )Y ftour members of the;1
Univesty 11Ifaculty anld amuislcal pr-o-
grain by iI rtemeubers of tfio School
of Music will be included on the
twelfthi Michigan Nigh iradio pro-
gram to he broadlcast, over station '3
WWJV~, the Dettroit hews,, Friay night 1I
at 7 o'clock<, accordin" to WaldoA. M.
Abbot, of the rhetoric departmlent,
who is program manag'*er arnd an-
niou-ncer for the 111'7-'IS radliocaists. 1 1I
The four sl' cakcer for Priday niight's
broadcast are: Dr. Warren "E. For-
sythe, professor of Hygiene and pub- -
lic health; Pr9f. Ernest M, Fisher,
associate professor of real estate iPii eaI, i~ [yam Itld lons°h
the School of Business Administra- Pastor of the Central Methist(,[
tion; Marshall L. Byrn, head of the I church, of Detroitadfr~rlvs
industrial training department of the j ident of Northwest ern nvisty
University high schiool; and Henry M. who will, be the ,priflcipia 1 speaker
Bates, dean of the Law school. "at- fhe aanmal Wesleyan Guild hii
Dr. F+orsythe, who w ill be, the first fqcuet 1to be held Fri'day night , wthIe
speaker on the program, will speak First Methodist church,
on some-.phase of thie work of his de-
partmecnt, which includes the, entire senited by three students of the School
staff of the Un iversity Health 'service, of° Music, Carolyn Sle piekha, who will
providing practically all the medical offer several soprano solos; Fannie
attention needed by University stia- Si f contralto; and Louise Nelson,
dents. -j ii nist.
Professor Fisher will direct his talk.
to those interested in real estate prob- I OTWSENUIEST--
lems, selecting his specific subject l~)'tefrt iei h-hsoyo h
from the field of city growth, real university, the Mte's Musical club is
estate values and realty mranagement, to produce an all-men show. The;
the courses which he teaches.bok illycshvben rte,
IDean Bates Will take as his subject and rehearsals are ude~r way for
the conservation of oil in the .United~ presentaiont next semeste r.
States, a topic in which he is par- = m "
ticularly hinterested inasmuch as he is
a member of the committee appointed:trii
by President Coolidge to conduct in- F otegII
vestigations in this field.j
"Industrial and Manual Training for1 Now IS the tme to
1 ighi School Students" will be thej year books or annuals.
subject of the address lby Mr. Byrn,
wcho wxas formierly connected with the Let Us Give Y,
Cas technlical hiigh school, of D)etroit.
The miusical interims will be pre- I RI TINIG TH fI
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panlsioji of1 110' 1 ;aits1'fiiJ1 t hlurunol y,
of v% hic~llfhe is 1 1i hhead, lli -come as
a il~traI and lowgical growVth, due to
the~i~ t i' eedfor research ficil-
it .'Fliea Tra isiI)lt at ion library,
to,,1n( ide in 1922 hy Worley, was or(ig-
im1a1 I. in ll t (11coldengineer ting building
a(i~ 1l bterI, ranif"I'red to the new
hu l ing i1; whe're inuore :pace and better
fac ilities ('ilild be bad.
XWhe n 11:, project, was fiurst started,
1~oissrWorle'y Said, hie wasoc lauighed
a ,t kjol',star~iti alibrary (devoted ';solely
to t1 lit'vr:ius10tI Id okofI rallspo)1ta-
ion. o\, lhowev'er, ir 55)rWor-
Icy's lilthvary is re':uogied ast4 lie most.
coipl' X1and valuale of' its kind.
'l'li roiuzih the eI'iort sof Pi'ofossoi'
\\torl ey, ra1re books oil canial, rail-
road, eoa cli, anud auit omohile t manfspior-
tat ion hiave been. collectedi, and1( are
Iiow within tho reach o1f all. He em-
lILAue t he ijmportlaiice of t ransp~or-
tat ion resealrch because hie believes
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it's Glamour; It's Glittering
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'Thle library it sellf is rim a ecording to #_
tather unique plait. Ttiose desimrous
1'securing books -ienot compelled
to 1ill ot cards, hut ar':,at libewrty to
brwse amiong the rare col1lection of.
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