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rofessor Explains
d Explorations
Antarctic.

FORD PRESIDENT I
RAISES SALARIES'
,..President of Fresh
of Engineering
Names Grov
Committees for the
of the engineering coll(
nounced yesterday by C
president of the class.
composed of an agrega
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Members of the vari

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PRAISES WORK OF BYRD
"People who believe polar expe-
ditions are of no use to mankind,.
are greatly mistaken," stated Dr.
Griffith Taylor, professor of Geo-
graphy at the University of Chica-
go and member of th? last Scott
Antarctic expedition, Wednesday
evening in a lecture on "With Scott
*in the Antarctic." "We had a staff
of scientists who worked on ex-
peditions oni the continent for the
Cl~ree years we were down there
and who rendered valuable serv-
ice."
"Commander Byrd, your; distin-
guished countryman, is doing hi{
most important work by flight..
over the continent. le is able by
these plane trips to hook up the
unknown regions to the east with
the known portions in the west. He
is also supplementing his flights
with valuable dog-sled parties tol
investigate geological conditions."
"If Scott had believed in dog-
haulage," said Dr. Scott," instead j
of man haulage, the results of his
trip would ,have been better: I do
not believe. that the psychological!
factor of finding out that Amund-
sen had reached the pole ahead of
them caused the men to become
discouraged. One of the causes was
that they had to haul one sick man
most of the way, first Evans and
then Oakes. The second one lies
in the fact that March weather is
so much fiercer than that in Feb-
ruary. By March, Amundsen was
safely at his headquarters while
Scott was about 175 miles from his
in the middle of the Ross Barrier
ice plateau. A terrible stormi hit
him when his food ran out, and he
and his party perished."
The white crab spider assume,
the color of the flower in which it
happens to live.I

NO WAR PROFIT' SJ CAUGHT
THINKS AMISON
declared Prof. Charles M Jamison,
man Class of the school of business adminis- Freshman Employee in Gasoline
- - p in omyntighoeth
School tration, i commenting on the Station Forced to Give
s statement that industrial leaders $125 i Cas
of the world could permanently
class of 33 abolish war through control of ba- Holding up the attendant at the
ege were an- sic raw materials, made by Edward point of a gun, three men Wed-
'arl F. White, N. Iurley, 'wartime chairman of nesday night stole $125 from the
Four groups the United States Shipping Board, cash register of a gasoline station
ate 21 fresh- "I thought that bankers of the at the corner of Main and Cather-
mme streets. They then forced the
amed. world who furnish money, would attendant, John L. Brackett, '33,
ous commit- not permit it to last long, that in- into their car and drove him out to
vestments of nations in the indus - the country where they left hin ly-
hairman; F. tries of other nations would be ing on the ground after beating
Lirn, F Nl-safeguarded by the banks who him on the head with the butt end
Alen, P. Nel- would refuse credit to the belliger- of a revolver.
ent nations. Brackett, whom the men thought!
chairman; "Billions of dollars were, however, unconscious, was able to crawl fromI
saKcrifyiedd and .. the ardwntdn.the field near the Whitmore Lake
Kilroy, and jsacrifwced, andhthebeenrbwentnon.
The bankers of the world had less rad earyfrhue adee bento
to gain from the conflict than theaneryfmhuewreetl-
chairman; producers of such eials i phoned the police Ile was taken to
Hayes and ore, coal, rubber and petroleum, treatd orv s icp wou .rehewas
which Mr. Ilurley mentions. I According to Brackett, the nen
1, chairman; "I do not believe that any busi- were extremely nervous.
C. Small and ness man would promote a war be- _y____________
cause of the large profits he might -
make personally. Nevertheless, no
pe can pull business man is blind to the fact
s a man of that wars mean high prices and41111&ANO.
enormous profits."
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ACADEMY PRINTS Two Ping-Pong Sets
ANNUAL REPORTS Placed in Michigan
Union Billiard IRoonM
Publication of the 30th and 31st
annual reports of the Michigan Reintroducing an ever popu1gr
Academy of Science, Arts and Let- type of recreation, the Union has
ters has recently been announced. installed a new ping-pong table in
This issue was compiledi and print- the billiard room. In response to
ed under the direction of the aca- numerous requests for this game
demy council and Professor Peter twou otine,
Okkelberg, editor. two of the best sets obtainable
Plans for the annual meeting in have been purchased and one table
March. will be discussed at the is now ready for use.
council meeting this Saturday at Ping-pong has proved immensely.
the Union. The Michigan. Academy popular at many of the other uni-
is one of the largest in the country, versities throughout the country.
having a membership of 850 state If sufmcient interest is shown,
wide, and is affiliated with the three more tables will be set up,
American Association for the Ad- according to Leonard.S.Wio1,
vancement of Science. chairman of the house committee.
The report explains the program
and work done by each section that It is an old custom in Derbyshire.
the organization is divided into ac- England, to decorate bee hives Just
cording to subjects studied. before a wedding.

tees are:
Social-R. Utting, ci
Riley, A. Robinson, R. A
! son and M. Brett.
Athletic-D. Haefele,
H. Jones, W. Grover, M.
'R. Hart.
Financials--H. Henze,
R. Martin, C. Worst, R.
r. McCreary.
Publicity-J Hayward
aC. M. Nell, J.Morley, T
fP. Shaffer.

.4grtt .Pre s Photo
IJ gel Ford.,
President of the Ford Motor com-
pany, who recently announced an!
increase in the daily wages of thel
employees of his company. The to-
tal increase will add approximately
$20,000,000 a year to the payroll of
the company.I
Astronomers know whether a star
is young or old merely by the color
of its light.

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Thru Caurada (a short cut)

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LANE HALL TAVERN

Today's
6de Luncheon

MARBRUCK TEA
SHOP
632 Forest Avenue
Vegetable Soup
Escalloped Oysters Roast Potato
Pork Staek Baked Beans

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THE ATHENS PRESS
Down Town
Next to Postoffice Dial 21013

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(and Vicinity)
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$25 Round Trip

Tomato Aspic
Hot Biscuit

Slad

Mrs. Anna Kalmbach

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Tea or Coffee

Cake

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Ai/nkle-Fash toned Qzfords
The ANKLE-FASHIONED feature
exclusive to Nunn-Bhth ox-
fords - is the result of special
hand-tailoring methods of con
struction. You car SEE rand FEEL
the difference.
SAFFEL BUSH
Opposite Michigan Theater

Xmas

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QUALITY
SERVICE
ECONOMY
should be your prerequisites
for tasty lunches and delicious
candcies.
WE HAVE ALL OF THESE
SveedanDV
212 South Main Street

coach leaving Dec. 20 at 1:00 p. m. and
p. m. from The Parrot, 338 S, State.

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Suggestions

Infromation at The Parrot.
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RIGHT SIZED BULB
F O R THE GARAGE
Adequate lighting for a one or two-car
garage iticludes provision for exterior
as well as interior illumination. Three
sources of light are desirable-a 60-
watt ceiling fixture for general lighting,
a 40-watt portable lamp for use locally,
atd a reflector for alley or driveway
lighting. Used with the reflector, a
100-watt lamp bulb illuminates a
considerate area around the garage.

Hart, Schaffner & Marx
And Other Makes

TESTING THE MATERIAL
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MAKING THE CABLE

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CONSTRUCTING THE LINE

Winning the war against weather

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In the telephone business, research man,
manufacturing encgimieer and construction
supervisor are carrying on a successful
war against the unruly elements, enemies
to service.
Cable, for example, housing many cir-
cuits and covered with protective coatings

ofproved trength, withstands storms which
might seriously threaten open wi're lines.
Thus in the Bell System growth is ii-
tensive as well as extensive, improving
present facilities as well as adding new
ones. And there is no end to 'all this
development.

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