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January 15, 1929 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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TUESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1921

PROFSSORS PfffAR Aviation Triumph, All-Metal Dirigible,
Floats In Air Without Power Of Engine
NEW BILL PRO VIDING
EDMONSON, GLOVER, JOCELYN'
DRAFT COMPENSATION ACT
FOR LEGISLATURE
PLAN WILL LESSENTA E BR
TEAChERS' BURDEN
Teachers Retiring At 60 To Receive.
Annuity Of More Than Half
Salary At etirient
Prof. J. B. Edmonson, chairman of
the executive board of the SchoolC
of Educatioh. br. James W. Glover,
head of the department of math- .
ematics, And Mr. L. P. Jocelyn, of
the Ann Arbor high school, have
prepared for the legislature a new
bill for a Michigan Teachers' Re-
tirement System.--
The present Michigan act, which,
dates from 1915, is similar to earl- City of Glendale
ier acts in other states, and pro- Above is shown 'the world's first all-metal airship. City of Glendale.
vides that the teacher pay a cer- which recently came out with flying colors in its initial test. Boilers,
tain percentage of his salary year- turbine, and propellor remain to be installed, and the test was for
ly and in turn receive annuities ability to float without power. Inset is Captain T. B. Slate, designer
upon retirement. The new system and builder of the craft. This is the first time in the history of aviation
plans to relieve the teacher of a that a dirigible built entirely of metal has been found practical under
large burden of worry over re- actual hying conditions, and its success is expected to bring about
tirement and disability as well as radical changes in the future of airship design. All-metal ships have
to lessen the amount he must pay the great advantage of being many times more durable and storm-
in proportion to the returns. resistant than the silk-envelope dirigibles of the type usually built at
If a new teacher member retires present, as well as the additional advantage of greater ease of repair
at the age of 60 or over, the ac- while in the air, and if no difficulty is found in operating the new
cumudlat'ed fund will purchase for all-metal ship it may be expected to replace the older type to a large,
him a retiring annuity approxi- extent. The ship is being built at Glendale, California, after which it
mately equal to or more than one- was named.
half of his salary at the date of --_

DEBATING TEAM
TO ENGAGELKNO
IN FINAL MEET1gI e t

Michigan's affirmative debating
team will leave for Galesburg, Ill.,
Thursday, where they will meet
the negative trio of Knox college in
the last intercollegiate contest of
the semester. This team is com-
posed of Ormand J. Drake, '30Ed{
Howard Simon, '30, and Paul Fran-
seth, '29.
This trio defeated the negative
team of Indiana university in a
contest in December scheduled un-
der the new Big Ten debate league;
In the Knox debate the same pro-
position will be considered that
was discussed in the Indiana cori-
test, which is: Resolved, that the
Senate of the United States should
ratify the Paris Pact without reser-
vations.

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