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WED! FESDA7, jANUATS 9, -,H)20

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WEDN1~SDA7, JAMTARY §, ~2~) THE MICHIGAN E~AiLY ?AC+i~ m~i~

AFFRMAIVD EB A £Many Orders Placed
TForMichigan Plates
Five hundred additional sets of
Michigan plates have just been

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Brake, Simon, Franseth Contest
With Illinois College Trio
At Galesburg
WILL DISCUSS PARIS PACTI
Michigan's affirmative team will
journey to Galesburg, Ill., next
week, where they will meet a trio
representing Knox college in a de-
bate on. Friday, Jan. 18, Carl G.1
Brandt of the Speech department
announced yesterday.
The 'Varsity affirmative team,
which defeated the negative team
of Indiana in December, is com-
posed of Ormond J. Drake, '30Ed.,1
Howard Simon, '30, and Paul
Franseth, '29.
The ,proposition which they will
debate with Knox is the same one
which was considered in the In-
diana contest. It is:nResolved,
that the Senate of the United#
States should adopt the Paris pactI
without reservations. At the pres-
ent time the Senate is considering
the Kellogg treaty, and a group of
Senators led by Jim Reed of Mis-1
souri are fighting for ratification
only if an occompanying interpre-
tation or reservation is adopted
which sets forth the traditional at-
titude maintained by the United
States toward South America, an1
attitude expressed by the Monroe!
doctrine.
The question which will be con-
sidered in the debates next semes-
ter was also announced. It is: Re-
solved, that in all trials through-
out the United States a judge or{
board of judges should be substi-
tuted for the jury. Michigan will{
debate this proposition with Wis-
consin and Illinois in the contests!
which will take place in the second
week in March.
ORCHESTRA PLAYS
ON HOLIDAY TOURi
Playing seven engagements be-
tween Dec. 24 and Dec. 31, inj
cities of Ohio and Pennsylvania
constituted the holiday trip of the
Union dance orchestra.
The University club in Akron was
the scene of the first night's en-
gagement on Christmas Eve. On+
Christmas night the orchestra
played for the Intercollegiate ball
in Cleveland and two nights later
played at a college dance in Steu- I
benville, 0.+
The next four nights of the trip (
were spent in playing engagements:
in and around Pittsburgh. The or-
chestra will play here again Friday.

orderedf ro tLe Wedgewood com-
pany for delivery in six weeks, ac-
cordin gto announcement from the
Alumni Association offices yester-
jday.'
Although only one hundred and
sixty of the first five hundred sets
ordered 'have arrived thus far, the
remainder of the shipment are due
any day now and the entire con-
c.,orrr~w n hn b- 1-. n n cn r.! A m

R [JLu ibt[Hy A U F"i raquau te roCrestry '1Z.it..HrLIf, 1 -. V C/It
Positions Increased LOCAL PROFESSOR
to IDUU Wht wll e icresedoppr'- Prof. William A.McLaughlino)
What will be increasedoppor the Romance Languages depart
tunities for graduate positions for ment, was elected a member of the
students of the School of Forestry board of counsel of Italian teachers
A timber mechanics laboratory I and Conservation has been recent- I for the Association of Modern lang -
measuring 56 feet by 40 feet is. ly noted in the creation of new uages at the recent meeting of the
equipped with twop50,000 pound. National oreth diti by the ogaization The meeting wa h
2-screw, hand operated RiehleNainlFrsdititbyteognain.Temtngwshl
testing machines, one y0,000 pound! Federal national park authorities. Dec. 27-28 at Toronto, Canada. and
3-screw, electrically operated A new national park district has was attended by many teachers .
Riehle testing machine. two hand been created consisting of the from many different institutions.a
operated testing machines for states of Michigan, Minnesota, and
static bending of wood specimens Wisconsin and called the Lake TYPEWRITERS
and a considerable number of States district. This was made out RIBBONS

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Mother's Cooking
Has pleased you during your
stay at home. In Ann Arbor O
we aim to duplicate her cook-
ing with our delicious, whole-
some meals.
ihe Lincoln Restaurant
State at Liberty Packard at State E. Huron

inmen as een soa mrKa
increase in orders of the plates has wood-working tools and machines, ( of the old Denver district which SUPPLIES
been noticed just recently and the including saws, planer and sand- had its headquarters at Denver, for all makes of
second order is expected to be com- ?r. An unusually high head is a Colo. The new Lake States district Typewriters.
pletely sold out in a very short time. special feature on the largest test- will be known as the ninth and Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures
ming machine permitting tests of will have its headquarters at Madi- best quality at a moderate price.
ed oe hunred sopeily nT- fabricated objects and paclges. son, Wis., where the National
nouncements from the manufac- A second laboratory room houses Forest Products laboratory is lo- 0. D. MORRILL
Curer, have not yet arived but will a wood preservation plant and dry cated. The new district will per-'17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
beistur, havemn edtieybutw kiln equipment, including a Hen- I
be distributed immediately upon ar- derson jet blower kiln 8 feet by 11#!#Ft###IF#FE##li4##!##!1#i##!#I##!##It####F##############II!#I ################F#F######1 j
rival along with the regular ship-18 feet by 18 feet with complete re-
tes mcording instruments. The wood ; :.
PAltmniAsationordiesinalum-e preservation plant for impregnat- 11C1
AlumtiAssociationofficesinAlum- reing wood with creosote, metal salt
ni Memorial Hall. Complete sets solutions and other materials to
are on display there and in the retard decay, is designed to oper-
window of the Graham Book Store ate at pressures up to 250 pounds12
on State street for the benefit of per square inch and is provided
any interested in purchasing them. with twospressurecylinders. One our
This ware is especially heavy and of these is large enough to receive:: Try o riHome i.ressei
durable and is designed for use not several railroad ties and a small
only in private homes, but in res- cylinder vill be used for experi- I
taurants, fraternity, sorority and mental specimens.D= w
boarding houses. Pork
ILLINOIS - Practically every 1
WEST VIRGINIA-As soon as the'member of the senior class here =
site is selected for the new Univer- was approached by solicitors for the H a ms
sity high school building, construc- senior class memorial fund in a=
tion work will be started, it is an- campus-wide campaign staged re-
nounced. The high school will be cently. Seniors were also urged to'*
erected on the university campus. join the Alumni association. _L oins
FIRST ANNIVERSARY an oulers
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T HE air map of America is now in the making-on
the ground.
Ten years ago, there were 218 miles of air mail routes with
two station stops; to-day,. a network of sky roads bridges
the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from
Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
Can .you imagine this growth without electricity-without
illuminated airports-without trunk lines studded with
electric beacons?
Men of vision are building for increasing traffic of the air.
Soon, the skies will be filled with commerce.

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