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JIMECPEN EVEI Display Of New Cars FRIENDS1 IIP BEWEEN NATIONS Taping Will Seak
Features Auto Show PROMOTED ON FOOTBALL FIEL D'!At Lansing Meeting

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New models, new modes, and new
colors predominate in the showing International good-will has now
of automobiles for 1929 at the De- been extended to the fields of
troit Auto show. Masterpieces of football. In the interests of friend-
locomotion are featured in profu- ly feeling between students and
sion in surroundings reminiscent educators of United States and
of a Spanish garden or a Venetian Mexico, the American Football
scene, with weird lighting effects coaches association has sent a rep-
playing on the many vari-colored resentative to the education-recr'e-
models and people passing con- ational field of Mexico City to teach
stantly. football to MexIcan youths.
Light cars and more expensive Dr. Michael S. Bennett, of the
ones are there, displayed in sep- University of the South Senawee,
arate sections which reach from Tenn., is the grid mentor sent by
end to end of the Coliseum where the coaches of the United States. He
the show is being held. Opening is spending a period of two weeks
Saturday with a touch on a button in Mexico City, and from the re-!
by Mayor Lodge of Detroit, the ports received from him, and
k show{ will continue throughout this through the press, his work is be-
week and close Saturday. Sections ing well received by the Mexican
t for automobile accessories, trucks educators.
and motorboats occupy corners of In their study of football rudi-
the vast room, while the rest of the ments the athletic instructors are
I floor space is devoted to the special using the book "Football Notes," of
displays of the exhibitors. which Coach Elton E. Wieman,j
A salon for custom built bodies
with the country's foremost design-
ers exhibiting expensive models has
been reserved in the west corner
of the hall. Here Rolls Royces and
Packards and Cadillacs can be seen,
all equipped with the latest acces-
sories and shining in expensive
glory. A dream of silver and black
and red was a new Dusenberg sport
phaeton-quite the class of the
show and the object of admiration
of many. This car was guaranteed
to go 140 miles an hour, developing
265 horse power, and capable of
traveling 89 miles an hour in sec-
ond speed. Its motor consisted of
eight-in-line cylinders and was
equipped with a supercharger en-
abling it to attain speeds impossible
with any other make of stock car.
A special Le Baron body and an
instrument board containing alti-
meters, brake air pressure guages
and oil thermometers in addition
to the regular equipment of the '
ordinary car made, this model stand
out as unique from any other ex-
hibited.
New features observed on the
floor on other models included aI
metal tire case for spare tires on
Hupmobile models, a special ar-
rangement in the Stutz preventing
it from slipping ° backwards on
hills, and special gear boxes in
Graham-Paiges. A predominance
of sport touring cars over road-
sters was also observed.

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coach of the University football
squad, is the author. Coach Wei-
man is secretary of the associa-
tion.
Action of the association to send
a coach to Mexico, followed the at-
tendance of two Mexican physical
training directors at the recent na-
tional meeting of the association
held at New Orleans. A committee
headed by Dan McGugin, director
of athletics, at Vanderbilt univer-
sity, Nashville, Tenn., reported con-
cerning the Mexicans' interest in
the grid sport, and recommended
that a coach be sent to the south-
ern country, for the purpose of ex-
tending knowledge of the game.
The recommendation was approved
by the session of coaches. Dr.
Bennett was appointed by the
president.
This undertaking on the part of
the American coaches has been

T. Hawley Tapping, field secre-
tary of the Alumni association will
speak at the annual meeting of the
Michigan State college alumni con-
gress, Friday, Jan. 25, in East Lan-
sing, it was announced yesterday.
Alumni officers of the classes
which have graduated from M. S. C.
and officers of the alumni clubs
compose the membership of the
alumni congress which meets in
East Lansing every year. It is not
definitely known whether Mr. Tap-
ping will speak at one of the after-
noon sessions or at the banquet in
the evening or at both, but defi-
nite information is expected very
soon.
commended upon the Embassy of
the United States at Mexico City,
as an excellent example of
creating a friendly feeling between
the Mexicans and the people of the
United States.

What was formerly known as the
pharmacy stock room in the Chem-
istry building is being converted
into a preparation laboratory to
be used by students in the Pharm-
acy school. Since the establish-
ment of the chemistry store, the

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presented at 4:10 o'clock tomorrow
e afternoon in Natural Science audi-
e torium.
five one-reel pictures will consti-
tute the complete program, it has1
1 been announced by Prof. Carl N.
- Schmalz, assistant director of the
Bureau of Business Research. He
directed attention to the fact that
e the program will begin ten minutes
earlier than many afternoon m0et-
n ings.
The following films will be shown,
according to Professor Schmalz:
s Crackers-The Modern Staff of
Y Life; Cookies and Cookie-Cakes;
e The Texas Trail to Your Table (a
story of beef from the cattle ranges
to the retailer's store); Milk (the
interesting story of evaporated
milk-the process from cow to
can); The Land of Cherries (the
largest cherry orchard in the world,
with scenes of the cultivation,
~picking and canning of cherries).
"These programs are designed
particularly to give' business stu-
dents background material," Pro-
fessor Schamlz yesterday, "but all
persons interested are invited to
attend."
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