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THE 4Wt1CH1G-A-N

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FRllDAY. NO"v"FivMFR, 1:i. 1029

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REGIONAL GOVERNVMENT ADVOCATEDI
BY REED AS SALVATION OF CITIES
('~pci Ito Te D ly) a satisfactory substitute for region-
CE1ICAGOtt, Nov. 14 - Establish- al goen n, cntnd Dr
ment of regional governments, goen nt cniud Dr
which woumld cover entire metro- ! R 'Fcd. "Thetre are but twcvo alterna-
politan ateai, as a mean!7 tPo sollv Y{ yj,94 h.e I *-,y) state in-
the large problems of ci t itri'c.s, terfei'ence iin affairs essentially to~
was advocated by Prof. iloiilas I cal oir ref ion al c o opera1A on."5
Reed, of the politi~lal science ,le "TitCi cato," he said at the end
partment in his speech before te
National Conference on Improving. of his talk, "there exists condition
Governm-ent, delivered here today. which seem~ to )povecivic degenier-
"Regionalism," said Professor ation of the lowest kind, andl ther,
Reed, "is i fact that cannot be 'de-1 Chicago surcessfully put over a
nied by the boundary descriptions+.
of the city charter: tour uis of civic elitespt ire of such size and
local governmnent, 'cities, towns. and beauty as to leave us dumlbfouindedI
count_ 2s are no Mnore than histori-I at the breadth of vl'iuto and the
cal accidents which once~ corres- powec of achievenent"
ponded fairly well cvitli the condi- I w1iIcldgv yo a
tions and needs of 'life, but now I.1clllgv o
no long et do sty." forinlla uapl-)icable ta all r°0egis,.
Professor Reed pointed out that h'buthiere is none,-"lhe said. "There
the mere tact; of regionalism car- I i~e some c 1({ion1s ill which uh~iere are
ries with it a need for. regional gov nl~r ,re ci t' ,where a certLain sim-
eminent. In anytioy surroun-;
ding a large city tere ritor 3pif p1io1 ci be achivd
lems of planning, zoning, 4ranspor- hnrrply (diniinatipthis townshil
tation, recreation, traffic, health, alid u~n i ohi as the small-
sanitation, and public utility rela- 1est 1i ti of rural laical -overn'rent
t ions that cannot be solved by the I='ii't1er'Cinc , tai couty lj is nic
s existing rmethods of regional gov- la're tdy rm h pit fvii
erment. Io yfo h otl fve
j , A solution to the problem, will not of c fle(Aive or time1, distanice than

Grand Jury Probes ICIPE [1BneI oesL ss
into Liquor RCEIVi E STA__ TE AID0 With Pesonal locan gTOKIS

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State Ks7m Chargei
of Michigan Airports'
(11v A cratedPre'ss)
LANSING, Nov. [4.-All airports
in the state, beginning next week,
must operate uinder a temporary
license issued by the slate board1
' Qn a'eronautics, it was announcedf
by board members today.
Questionnaires have been sent to'
all aviations schools and to all air-t
ports and temporary licenses willl
be issued to each. These will be
followedL by inspections by repr e-
sentatives of the board and no reg-
ular license will be issued until all
requirements of the board are lived
up to.
One question to be gone into byy
the board will be the advisability
of permitting a single aviator to
-ive flying instructions without
iproviding 'a ground course.
Steel Society Reprints
0O WBostcon'.g Paper
Prof. 0. W. Boston, of the engin-
ering shops department, is the I
itithor of the leading article con-
'ained in "Transactions," a publi-
,ation of the American Society for
Steel Treating, which has just been
issued.
The article is a reprint of a pa-
aer which was delivered before the
annual gathering of the society at
levelahnd in September. the paper
xccupies some 40 pages of the an-
iual publication of the society,
zndis illustra ted swith csomes;lI
md is illhotiratgrwihp h a tse,
ind allhsphtioicrsowgrso seel,
.he laborator~y equipment wi th~
01chi Prof. Boston's experimnent
wvere carried out. The paper is an
account of a series of experiments
o1) which Prof. Boston has been
engaged over zan extonded period
of time.

l,"I I j('iM bes of ltie"cAim Arbor Arit
! LANSING4, Nov. ;.-Asate suppot; I'
< f Yof the work being done at the Urn I K asi~ilii ':t<rd;Li 'lc
versity Hospital School for Crippled ti Ilast night in the exhibmiti n on:3
'Children was forthcoming Wednes-.< of Alumni Memo qria~tl hall for the
Sday when state administrative bor eesd900frmitn showing of the <<ev ni annual cx-
I ri^d during the coming year.j hibition of the work of artists of
Starting in 1922 wiithz a small .I An arbor and vi :iinity.
group of voluinteer workers who un- Thie annual show , is to last until
:..dertookc to investigate and aid the Y Nvmbr 9 adwl b pnt
cause, of relief among' the crippled t'Nvme 9 n ilb pnt
:..:Ichildren pat the chospital, the }pro- tepbicdiy fom13ao~
AscaePesPht letnow II I'W1to inIclude I ko'clock, and Sunday ; Iroim 2 intil
Aocaere Poo trained cortps of full time teachers;5 o'clo'ok. 'Thle fact thlat thie hi
Walter Liggett j and a trained dire ctor. The 10221 bition is unusually latrgthti'.> year,
Magazine writer, wtho testified work was -andertaken chiefly under ___________________ numbering 250 exhibits, has neces-
efrea rndjuy ncoricIoutesosrsrl teKn Daughters and sirmilar onrganiza- a ct<OWLltress mhote sitated the opening of all three cx-
with the publication of an article tuons, it was said at the hiospitl. Charles itlMot; hibi{[ion rooms, thel( west, northl, and
under his signature on liquor cn-? The scope of thle project widened °Pr'esidenrt of th~e Union Industrial south galleries.
litions in Washington, so rapidly and cane to involve so bakoilnwo a ate ~, The west ga llery ields mostly
tlimany aspects that the originating jIuko lnwo'r.) oj~ 9
Health-Service Visits organizations appealed for relief' 5,00,000 Of his Owile' n) saeolpinig n om ea ok
and 1 - ]t l t aid. As a consequence the state i to hellp cover losses susaiiMedIInteorhxibinrem atk
to Intruc Fresmen egisla~,IiIe too rk cogflizaliee of thej throuigh the defale~atioir of em- and various examples of the house~-
Frshangynaiuegou vs-IlTSISts l ,ifled and in 1927 de- ployes whichi total $,3,592,000. Many, hold arts Suich as hook rugs, while
Fts hemnivernsigrealthesIc fined whact, con-stituted a. crippled (citizenls of Flint had all thIeir say" I in the south gallery atre hung many
jis trteyesteray HenlthSre ie hild anid created a commission to l rigs invested in the bank. Iblack iand whit-e cdrawcings.
the men's afternoon classes were Lty ~ic1aid5,0hecas e avil-
shown. the building. {Other groups asto ymari$5,000asado eaail
aeto fallow in rapid succession, ae t ananasafo ec ~ u ls r t b e
sre e istis year's appropriation, le- I= Mlie
ut is announced. ling eon.'iderably larger, will permit.1 32 icAnn St. =tb
These visits are coanduicted eaeh anil expalsin planned by the school. .An-'
year for the benefit of the first- Last year also mnarked the first Fj'Grud, -onAe
year students who are shown time a stuident was graduated fromf-
through the building and instruc- the school thlnotiigh having complet- Hortseback riding is thegra outdoor
fed ini the mnatter of securing the I ed sufficient; -work to be entitled to greattda
services offered by the health ser- and granted a diploma- from theSottda
vice. Privileges are explained at high school of the patient's home 1 Call us and enga ge your mount
this time and general discussions town. Three such.,.student's were IEhn 71
held on topk: s of interest.; graduated.Phn 741
L U J I tL& FUR SOWSNOW
cAnkke-Fashioned Oxfords IS
I WILIAMMARIE
Better looking because better B Y PREVOST
fitting - trim around the ankle, i
snug at the heel - the result of
the ANKLE-FASHIONED fet iure, xO
exlsiewih14iit-iih.1o A smashing, dashing, flaishing all-ttl;,,g mcturie of love, advert-
ti itx tre, and dim e-devil airmanshin Bill lloydc as a [ I°;ng; Fool
can SEE and FEEL the difference. as temtagnifice t fool who loves~ 'ern, leaves 'em--and then gts aught!
j/ =-AL SO--4
"T H ESP Y"
Saffell& Bush AN ALL TALKING COMEDY
Opposite Michigan Thieati-e A
you probably never heard of
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[ inI Cal nrliori~~ d his hurdygurdy, cartii!

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Flora Mann
Nellie Carson
Lillian Berger

Cuthbert Kelly
Nor an" Stone
Norman Notley

THE ENGLISH SINGERS gathetr around a tabtle (itis
reviving the customs of Queen Eizabeths England), and
Without the slightest j.-enaration or ceremiony, plour from their
throats the gay, lightahearted Folk Sns Madrigals and
Carols of those hanpy days that madc Jut coutry famous
throughout the world as ZeRMervt~ Egland."if~f

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