THE MICHIGAN DAI LY THURSDAY. NOV,
FORD MOTO R COMPANI
TO EX-PAN-DIN FUTURE
!Plans Extension In Great Britain
To Foreshadow Noteworthy Gain
In Export Field
PERRY TO HEAD COMBINE
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, Nov. 14.--Plans for
great .expansion by a new Ford
l49tgr ,Co., Ltd., whose formation
is claimed to foreshadow a five-:
fold increase in Great Britain's ex-j
Pt of motor vehicles were an-
Of great interest was the state-
inent that 40 per cent of the 7,-.
009,000 pounds capital (about $35,-
000,00) will be offered for public
subscription. The company, it is
said, will acquire the assets of k
,'ord companies all over Europel
having trading rights in the Epro-
,ean territory and Africaand Asia
Minor with few exceptions.
A ste on Regent St., London,!
has been acquired for the con-
pany's showrooms and executive'
9fVce.s, while wvork already hass
been started on an extensive tract
at ' pagenhan, England, acquired
some years ago by the Ford inter-
ests. When this plant is com-;
,pleted it will have a capacity of
200,000 cars annually, or virtually
double that of all existing ,British
ndtorm inufacturing plans com-
Other branch company activities
will be the Ford factory for sup-
'plying Fordson tractors. The Man-
chester plant will remain an im-I
portant factor in the Ford business.j
Dean Dana To Sneak
At Allegan Nov. 19
Dean S. T. Dana of the School pf
Forestry and Conservation will .-
dress the Allegan Rotary club on
Monday, Nov. 19, on the subject off
"Michigan's Forests Problems."
Dean Dana will cover a great many
phases of forestry, including firel
control, state forest management,I
and game refuges. He will also;
discuss wild life and its conserva-
Coach Wieman Rescues President LittleI
From Difficulties With Baltimore Policel
The players' benches at the Balti- the ceremony usually due this per-
more municipal <sadium Ore far- son.
ther away ,from the grand stands ",Why," stammered the gentle-
- -man, :thus addressed, "I haven't
than on most fields. Members of any."
opposing sides sit on opposite sides 'Well, then, you gotta get out, fori
of the field, and only those proper- you can't sit here without one,"!
ly accredited by being men'lbers of' emphasised the minion of law and.
the teams of coachingstaffs are order. 'We don'tallow anyone tol
supposed to sit on these sideline sit here without any."
seats. "But I'm President Little of the
Last Saturday when Michigan University of Michigan," the gen-
was playing the Navy a 6 to 6 tie, tleman complained.
a man, dressed in a dark overcoat "I don't care," replied the police-
and clouched hat, was seated with mign, who hadi never heard of Ann
a few others on an extra bench, Arbor,.the lonely policeman's para-
back of the Michigan benches. For dise. "Ypu gqtta go."
two quarters, he an'eared to be With great presence of mind
nothing more than a harmless fan. showni at such times as addressing
Early in' the third quarter, how- irate landiladies, President Little
ever, his actions aroused the sus- arose solemnly and strode over to'
picions of two burley policemen a the player's bench. Although there.
who were standing near to subdue ; is no confirmation of the ensuing'
anyone gone too "navy" or too wild.' conversation, Coach Wieman left
After a few minutes of close ob- his charges long enough to go back
servation of 'this singular indivi- and help out the President. The
dual who appeared to be giving no policeman, satisfied by the expla-
valuable advice to the team or the nation of such a' notable as Michi-
coaches, they strode over. gan's head coach, returned to his'
Hey you, where's your sideliqes post. The dignity of the Univer-
pass," one of them asked without' sity was st$i intact.
'ie-Presi4e tit /'anu es To L y Flowers On
Casket Of Boyhopd Pal, Erstwhile Waiter:
TrT a r 1 Plan To Investigate Fa
|A |T L 0 L | L U I LOn Grounds Of Pe
Sy[ V iOIL ~Corresponding to a basic princi-1
UL ple of the proposed student inves-
tigation of faculty which. aims to
(By Associated Press) discover the personality as well as
LANSING, Mich., Nov. 14.-Work the scholastic qualities of the in-
as begun today on conservation structor is a plan which is being
gislation designed to prevent pAt nto practice at the University
aste of products taken from Mich- of Indiana for judging students in
gan oil fields, the practice teaching courses on the
The bill, being drafted by R. A. basis of their personalities and so-
mith, State geologist, and B. H. cial adaptability.
Tucker, in charge of oil and gas
conservation in Michigan, probably
will be the only legislation pertain-
ing to oil to be presented to the,
The bills will be drawn along the
lines of regulations adopted by the[
U. S. Bureau of Mines, Mr. Smith
said. It has been ,requested by the:
oil operators' association, and
among other things will include a
section to prevent the use of more
than 800 feet of gas to remove one
barrel of oil from the ground.
Seats Now on Sale
Authorities of the School of Edu-
cation at Indiana are making every
effort possible to select those men
and women whose general make up
insure that they will make fitting
instructors. To obtain informa-
culty At Indiana Inquries as to sympathy, humor,
At In ianaenthusiasm, and optimism, are also
rsonality Is Under Way stressed by the ndiana investiga-
tors. As yet, however, intellectual
tion _concerning prospective teach- capacities far overshadow the other
ers they have asked the aid of uni- attributes and very few teacher ap-
versity departments other than plicants are refused in the school
their own. of education because of poor teach-
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(By Associated Press)1
CWKCAGO, Nov. 14.--Charles ,G.
Dawes, Vice president of the United
States, returned today from New
York, where during his crowded
hours he took time to 1ay a carria-
tion on the casket of a boyhood pal
-Barad Oulbert, a waiter they Gal-:
led "the gentleman of: the Bowrey."
"He was my friend," the vjice
Back in Marietta, 0., when Gen.
Dawes and Brad Hulbert were
boys, they were pals. Hulbert's
father was a successful engineer,I
Andi they lived in one of the finest
houses in town. Later the young
Dawes was to go away, become an
engineer himself, become pros-,
perous. Brad. Culbert was to 'go
away, too, but not tc the high
pro es-o nal, financial. and political
peaks of h is fiend.
The jaaths of Charles G. Dawes,
and Brad Hulbert, which sepai'ated'
when Hulbert left home at the
dge of '20. crossed many years later
in the old Rector's cafe here. 'hej
one had risen to power in the #a-
tion; the other was a waiter.
They tell of his strolling along the
Bowery, giving a dime to a beggar.
?ie would inquire one's opinion
about "the administration at Wash-
ington," and this always gave him
the opening to remark, "Charlie
Dawes, you know, is a friend of.
The Bowrey didn't believe him,
but was too considerate to say so.
Then the .aging ex-waiter proved it
by displaying a letter from Wash-
"It's from Charlie Dawes," he
explained. "He's a friend of mine.
He sent me some money.",
Hulbert died last Saturday night,
and the letters from Washington
were found. Gen. Dawes, who was
in New York, was notified.
Sunday morning a limousine
drew up in front of the place
where Brad Hulbert's body lay.
Two men stepped out-a secret
service man and the vice president.
"It's Charlie Dawes," someone
whispered. "A friend of his."
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he .d of
The hiCldrei's Book Departr ent
Thge Mci;Han ,Co0.
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of Ann Arbor High School
Qnigt at 8 P. M.
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a 9aramount gicture
"NEVER THE DAMES
y SHALL MEET"
GARY COOPER in
"HALF A BRIE"
ALL THIS WEEK
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A Sennett Comedy
"MOTOR BOAT MAMA"
COSMOPOLITAN OPENING SAT.
the Intimate Love Scenes of "Flesh
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TAKE the most ardent love
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