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..._ :._.__ THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUR
T PROFESORDECLARES TOLSTOY WAS O'Neill And Crocker GLIDER BOAT UNDER CONSTRUCTION WNill Eliminate Air Eddies Fro
Write Articles For OfEnnergBuligy
RY ESEfCO ODR EORCY AND JoraYfSec ~To obtain more accurate results in (tunnel are to l
___.. . "; : h "the air tnnel, used for aernutcal e acomlaishe(
head of the s ee( h depai Iet, and building, menacing air eddies now wn vanes, v1
WH10SO HIGH]DEA LSONSQCIAL CONIINtrulsb rf an 'elIepriet tteEs nierin inth u
_________Lionel Crocke, an instuctor intr s prevalent at the curves in the ~i

?AY, MARCH r17?, 1928
m Tunnel
Wl, ind Vanes
e eliinfated. This will
cI by construction of
rtical par~titions, at the
nuel.
mecl is an endless tube

FADER BEIEEM TEACUIINtGS rooted in his religion. sp.eech department, are included in
OF TOLs~roy ARE IN 1HIS Beliefs Were Result Of liefleelion j the February issue of hte "QuarterlyI
PERSONAL IZELlIfkONI"Tolstoy's religious beliefs did not Journal of Speech," the official organ
comxe to, him as they, have to many of the national association of teach-
ALLS WRITER PRACTICAL others at some supreme moment of lei'g of speech.
- ~conversion," h continuedl, 'instead; In an article on "The Relation of
dofssor Claims (Central Th]oughts they were the result of over:0 years 'Speech to Philology and Linguistics"
Of Tolstoy's Recligion Are lit of serious reflection and much bitter Pro-'essor O'Neill shows the pro-
is Torsion Of Bible experience with life. vince of speech education in Aimer-
-~"lout Tolstoy's religicn was not j ica today, pointing out the opportun-
"Tolstoy was, so to speak, the very Qrimlayily a religion of belief. Tol- ities which are present in a combin-
;ence, the quintessence of modern - toy was an extremely practical man. ation o~f the three fieldls of speech,
mocracy," Prof. Clarence L. Meader, I- had no patience with any theory philology, and linguistics. In this,
~f~sor o Latn an genral or idea that could not be translated in- he says, lies the chance to improve
ofesorofLatn ad enealling- to action. To him religion was 'lot 50i humfan understanding and human
tics, declared yesterday in com- much a system, of b~elief s as it. was all proficiency in speech,
rating upon tho great Russian writ- guide to condulct." { "Will the Onxe-Act Play Enre? "
the one hundredth anniversary of Accordin g to P rot"ssor Meader, the his the title of the article presented
ose birth is being commemoratedcneofTstysrlgo soud by Mr,Crocker.Discussing the various
in Tolstoy's own original translation idltoswihhaecnrbtdt
Cs year in various parts of the world,.fte e taet I s"ut ctepxcre.ient unpopuaritycotibtedoe
' tsi deal was to bring about a con- say unto you, resist now him- who does E cI ly r rckrpeet ru
Jon of society under which every evil." Tolstoy, it. seems, felt that nctsplyor.iCsoserresebng tsasu
.n and woman secures recognition only on a basis of non-resistence, suchjutfig tsl asawrh ie
his or her individual worth, a hs ol h a flv sli study of human life and character.
ould hav~e an opportunity to make down by Christ prevail._____
very best of their lives, should be; "As for Tolstoy, himself, hie would - '
maser ofthir wnforuns, ndnot have approved of having his teach- UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO-E-
emancipated from the control of ings incorporated into law by. a .ma-tmaig aclee euain a
rr li~iuin(ei hrh tto jority vote, because that would mean worth $72,000, profit of 1,200 per cent
ier organization) that hampers and the forcing of the minority to abide byonterinainsmntf$60,
trains the development of mnan- the will, of the majority," Professor a Chicago alumnus asserts that each
xd ~ Meader pointed out. college lay represents $70 earned.

LORC HIANNOUN1VCES
TEXTILE DISPLAY'
Prof. Emil Lorch, of the architect-
ural college heas announced that an ex-
hibition of valuable textzles consisting
cif French, Italian, and Spanish1
damasks, velvets, brocades, and bro-
catelles is now on display in the lower
corridor of the architectural building.
The collection was brought togeth-
er b~y a Dr. Dieterle who spent many
years with the silk industries of
Lyons, France, and those of Spain, anid
comes to the University through the
courtesy of the Albright Art gallery
of Buffalo, where it was recently dis-
played,, A wide range of color ef-
fects and pattern and weaving tech-
niquie is shown, and will prove of
special interest to all those inter-
est in the history o, art or in inter-
ior decoration.

through which air is forced at a rite
of 300 miles an haur. Model airplanes
are placed in the tunnel to have their
wind resistance tested. At the turnis
in the tunnel eddies, which do not al-
low 'a smooth current of air, are being
encountered.
~~RAE
TODAY ONLY
REII4ALW iDENN
'WHAT HIAPPEN ED T1O JONES'
3-Other Sub~jects-3
This "Ad" -with lOc
mulay-RI1N 'TIN TIN
i11 "WIIE LJ\DON SLEEPS"
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Work is well under way on thti new iider boat pictured above, being
constructed by the French engineer, Adrien Reny. He plans to use it in
crossing the Atlantic between Cherbourg and New York, via the Azores.
According to the calculatiom. made by Rerxy, the 17 ton craft can make the
trip in 84 hours. The fuselage is (ci;g a?;rpe and will contain the motor
and cabins-for passengers. Two flt i-, 7,1 fee(t lontg, will be used for the
purpose of holding tanks for gasoline, (, l foil ,suplies for the craft.

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The Most important general fact to
ea in mind is this, Profe, sor Meader
.plained, "All of Tolstoy's teachings
a any subject whatever are deeply
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