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ON FINAL DAY OF CARNEGIE ARCHEOLOGICAL FLIGHTOFRSIITNGUNE
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BUILDING OF [01 OREI r 2h R n WiCh the initiMichcoaneHehof the its hangar at 5:49 a. mn. today for ~o~t
7 MiciganHighSchol Dalf away.fhanga time and moored to a mast Th e
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ontinued favotable weather
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xit of the ship from the
brought a ripple of laughter
HiOUSEL ENDS LONG WORK
Two 'Year Research May Result in a
Greater Stabilit S ays Mdichigan e~cg~
That the builder of the future a
will be able to predict the "be-
havior" of the earth beneath the
structure he erects as accurately as!
he can foretell that of the steel and
concrete he rears above ground, is ..~~
the scientific forecast of Prof. Wil-..........
11am S. Housel, of the civil en- f4:i .....
after two years of intensive re- A..
search, financed initially by the ~
Wayne County Road commission, :v... I...
will be made public in a bulletin . ........ ...
which will be issued within the next~ S :.l~V.:::~
few days by the department of en- ,
gineering researc h Wa G oun-
ty Road Commission was con- I 4.~.
fronted by the huge engineering
task of erecting the grade-separa- -
tion structure on Fort Street in
Detroit. It was necessary before
beginning the structure to obtain'>
information in regard to the soil
on which the mass of steel and
conicrete would rest, which wouldI
mebe ofau o the enmgineers, he Colonel Charle9 A. Lmdbergh Honduras. This is considered one Ileft: Dr. Sylvanus Morey, Carnegie
ining an eye not merely to this par- discovered the crumbling ruins of of the richest finds in recent years. archeologist (left), and Dr. Kidder
ticular problem but to future oc- ouaninMynciisdrgaHewsaom nednthtip(right). A map of the Honduras
casions on which such information two-houi flight on the final day by Mrs. Lindbergh and Dr. A. V. area shows the city of Belize, cen-
about the mechanics of soils would of his archeological tour in British Kidder of Carnegie Institute. Inset Itral location for flying acheoloigists.
be invaluable, called in Professor
Hose I and put himto work.ns e_ CMihian Professors Lindy Leaves Miami _____________
gineers in the past have been com-I Wo& On Legal Code Ofl Trip Northward Have You a House?
pelled to work largely by "rule of
thumb" methods and the fruits of InE sen M ei (B" Associated Press-
experience in dealing with the 8 LJ~LLg MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 12--Col. Charles
foundations on which buildings JA. Lindbergh, "northward bound,"
rest because, while they had ac- Prof. J. B. Waite and Prof. E. D. hopped off from here at 6:52 a. m.
curate knowledge of concrete and Dickinson of the Law school are at- tdy i lgtpaswl ed- ~ ~
steel and their action under cer- tending meetings of various legal terdine Hbs tih weaher hile ad-p
tamn conditions, they had no such associations which are being heldtrmndyth ehrhsa.
knowledge of soil as an engineering in the East over the week-end. Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh had
material. . The criminal law group of the rested here fqr a day after their Use Classified Advertising
A further delay to such important American Law institute, with I return from a 9,000-mile airmail Oflce: Press Bldg. on Maynard St.
research, Professor Housel de- which Professor Waite is associat- trail-blazing and aerial archaeolog - Phone 2-1214
dlares, lies in the fact that the Ied, is working on the preparations ical exploration of countries bor-
failure of a foundation does not at- of a new criminal law code. dering the Caribbean sea.
tract public attention unless it is Professor Dickinson, a member
complete and an entire structure of both the Institute of Interna-
collapses. Such evidence of partial tional Law and the Association of
failure as nearly every man sees International Law Teachers, is at
daily in the cracks of his home or 'the meetings of these groups at0
office walls have not been sufficient Briarcliff Lodge. N. Y. The Car- C~.& ~
awa, an hih cholsthou1 mm asno wmc and the ""'" "a uien~ wu papers rromR
I aayman hih chols ~hrug- ground crew of 400 men had no dif- the top and sides of the bag and
themselves for the event. Some ficulty in taking the ship-which blew them about. The papers were
out Th state ar~e rushing to prepare is the largest aircraft in the world, luncheon covers and leavings which
250scholsareenole in this considerably bigger than the Graf the workmen, eating on the girders
yredebates, adea large numer Zeppelin-from the hangar and above the ship, had thrown onto
o reuet ve blee piigladng it acros to thnat It itsA fari eat hey discarded them.
abtetepoiinnsion service forrinformaionbneenerthe shpfomtehangar sembled crowd below when mooring
he Lrary Exesind speviccas . n plank let down from the
hasai pree riefs anpcg i- It was ,just dawn when the craft dirigible to the mast. The entire
draayi mthe frm ofn pag Ih reached the mast and Maj. Scott, operation was smoothly done, de-
brayeteriale bearin uponat.Thes in command of operations, began spite recent rumors that certain
quetion chosen fo debaey his fixing it to its mooring, preparatory defects in the ship would prevent
schol that expresses a desire totofgh ae.tsauhn.
have it. The roads around the airdrome
hArgument for the season wil beloked like Sunday afternoon The TYPEWRITERS
tha a udg, o bardof udgsautomobiles, on cycles and afoot. SUPPLIES
be substif'uted for the jury in all Eeyoy m tesronigfralmkso
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courts of Michigan. The schools o'clock breakfast to witness the Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures
have been divided into "A" and "B" emergence of the big ship. best quality at a moderate price.
classes, and as as far as possible The sky was cloudy but there was
espe cive la se s.t I h generl It i the intention of M aj. Scott 314 S oth Sate S.O R Ph n 6
schools of 250 pupils or more will to keep the craft moored to the--
be classified as "A", and those of mast -for two days, making its first 'WAN T ADS PAY!
less as "B". flight probably Monday. He ex-*
to initiate such a searching inves-
tigation as is now recorded in the
research papers of Professor
According to Professor Housel's
experiments it has been shown that
it is entirely feasible to set up a
comparatively simple method of
test procedure by which founda-
tions for structures may be ac-
curately investigated, and thea ac-
tion of foundations made a matter
of just as satisfactory advance de-
sign as steel or concrete.
NEW YORK-Baseball fans in
Europe, Central and South Amer-
ica, and Africa will have a chance
to listen to the World Series over
the General Electric short wave
stations and W2XAD starting today.
negie Endowment will be the host
to the two associations during the
The same conference of inter-
national law teachers is being at-
tended by Prof. Jes'se S. Reeves of
the political scienice depurtrnent.
CHICAGO -- Total receipts for
the first two games of the world's
series this year amount to $437,-
049, of which the players' pool to-
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