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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TWO

SATURDAY. MARCH ,15, 1930

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FAMOUS SCIENTISTi'
TO1 LECTUBE HERE
Dr. Kidder, Flight Companion
of Lindbergh in Yuctan
Will Tell of Trip.
WiILL APPEAR MARCH 25
Sjap eakcr Recognized as Foremost
in Scientific World; Holds
honorary Positon s.
Dr. A,, V. Kidder, world famousI
arclaeologist and one of the scien-
tists who made the famus Mayan
flight over Yucatan with Colonel
Charles A. Lindbergh last ctoer,
Will 'speak at Hill Auditorium on'
Tuesday, March 25. The lecture Isi
being sponsored by the University.1
Although one of the most prom-
inent mene in his field before the
famous Mayan flight with Coloneli
Lindbergh, Dr. Kidder was giveni
world wile attention with the an-
nouncements of the results of tTeP
Yucatan discoveries. According tor
Xr. Carl Guthe,' director of the
University museum of anthropol-i
ogy, the speaker is one of the fore- _
most in the modern scientific
world. Aside from the numerous
'apnorary positions which he now
holds, Dr. Kidder is head of the
,$aff of early American history att
the Carnegie Institution in Wash-j
ington.
His lecture here on March 25 willt
be =accompanied by lantern' slidest
which are the results Of photo-k
graphs taken during the Lindbergh
flight. He will supplement thesel
pictures with the complete story of I
the famous expedition and prelate
the results gained therefrom.
According to press dispatches oft
October 9, 1929, the date of the
flight, Dr. Kidder Aid, "that there
Were indications that such ruinsI
might exist"- even before the dis-
covery. ' The party of scientists and
the fam~ous air pilot flew as nearl.
the ground as possible over the un-
charted area at as low a speed asI
90 miles an hour in order to en-
able the group to observe the ruins
.Pore closely The locations were all1
photographed and the photos
Pieced together to form a pictorial}
"Whife evryone scanned the
m~assed tropical growth below," a.
dispatch on October 12 reads, "for
- traces of the vanihed Maya race,
Colonel Lindbergh crossed and re-
crossed the area, but there was no
sign of human habitation alks.g it
,Bans"
-In another dispatch of the same
date, Dr. Kidder was stated as say-
ing that the "expedition did more (
in 25 hours than could have been
eccomplished on foot in five4
years."

Compton Nacrmed New r Ii~h f R~r SCOTT S1S AP PROVA''. OF LIQUOR passage.
President Qf M. I. T.IIUflIU IV IJ [ Enforx
nn~ntnI~rr4YLL1W AAN IAN PARLIAMENT ' li~q
expensi
P.VNG tiJIII!1Et In . cmie~ta~iy upon ' Ca- nay pla~ no inconsiderable part in f or
nadlh ~Wamnt bl, ecetlythe election now -almost due; eveni Canadia
-more influential support comessev:
Representativesrs ctt vs Froml Various : proposed - y: Prime Minister Mac- !from those who believe that it is in thisi
u . enzle)Kin ' to prevent the expots- net becoming for the citizens of one Airc
Stats DicussPresnt t of i~qor from Canada to the c ountry to derive pecuniary bene-Amrc
- .Paving Conditions. "Unitedl States, S' Morley Scott, ofI fit from a trade the existence of tertain
{ ! !the : history de-partmnt, yesterday w1ich depends upon the violation1 of havix
EXPERTS OFFER VIEWS ltt ~agy~n ~ ft~lws of a neighb oring, and Some
in'asurfe,. this 1;bill will doubtless be- redy tt.'efcc
Pro Roei Morisn o th mQW aw ih',due cou~rs~e : the oppo- Discussmn the arguments against efcc
hiltwa eginerng eprtnntsitlon p~arty will poal not ven- prohibition of liquor imports from saseone
fhg aygneig dprtettireto oppo~se it. Not onl~y does "across the river," Mr. Scott gavesaei
and chairman of the committee ofl ih bllsae hesuppt
methods of asphlt bill hgaor.,the suppino t he, the' opinion that the' bill will meet nda
metodsof sphlt avig fr te 1"dr" eQ~ritin anaawhich 'serious obstacles before its final a~ repot
Association of Asphalt Paving, I~l1111I~u1111111f1t1i1t1i111~tl~~tltl I1Nt11tiI1i!
_'Technologists, has called a meeting '
of his commnittec for Wednesday. =M-DA COMING MON:A
country .will be here to take part Fog' ,Anp tepne4 ngagement"i
!in the formatioi ~of plans.-
jThe' comiittee will determine yrylThe
the best featur>~5 of the specifica- = M rt oss PI _+r~
tions for asphalt paving which are
A.Oitdnow used by the various states1 FYISTOFEING' OFD
Press ~ throughout the country, and -wilLN '~RTN~CMD
Dr. )Karl 'Taylor Compton, recomm."end to the association. an l
Heid of the department of ph lys- I ideal set of specifications. 1;
ic t rnetnunvrstwho Ai ranztinknown asth V ~ MaO.T, W f "
i shl aigAssociation hs-4
wa pone isdn fthe' New York and London Success
Massachusetts Institute of .Tech- been formed reccfrtly by leading -- -
asphalt engineers to work with tli T o tr VNIG75-0
nology recently. I cmite and to present their S l m4i~a~ VNN 5-0
G heWlDeatviews on any questions that My be J ff~ N~ MATINEES h
for Lecture "Series c HARVAD UNIVrERSITY--Off 41111-11IIII -M1111 #111.111[f ll11tl1111inl111111[k.
e~asofth Fogg Art Museum~- -
were recently the recipients of°a
Dr. Carl E. Gu the, director of the1 threatening letter deniouncing the
museum of anthropology at the ;late'- expeniditulre of $56000 for :a
University Museum, will leave to-: .rare painting by fliotticelli.
morrow morning on a ten day trip -- _- ----__
through the Mississippi basin,
where he is scheduled to lecture' N o IT " C E-
before six chapters of the Archeo-
logical Iistitute of Amrericas His The undersigned is; the only local a~thor-
lectreswil al be n te sbjet jed, licensed and bonded agent for all
lectres illall e onthesubjcttrans-Atlantic, trans-Pacific and other
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ever. Visa". procured for clients. Air-
City, Cedar Rapids, and Davenport, j plane, Hotel and Passion Play reservationsE
Iowa Hewil bein te srie ofmae. A few' organizers for tours wanted.
Iow. H wil bgin th seiesOf 10 per cent commission paid. - -
speeches on Monday and will return I(UEBLE t TRAV-EL BUREAU v
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to Ann Arbor on March 25. -_________________

e.I sioner, not more than two per cent
rcement of the proposed banI of .liquor sold in this country is of
or clearances will, Mr. Scott Canadian manufactui'ce
ritail the maintenance of an As to the possible effects of suc-
yve and "very annoying" type ; cessful administration of the ex-
der patrol. He stated that port bill, Mr. Scott concluded.
fans are now , asking them-I "should the measure actually ex-
"Why should we contribute chelde our"- supply of Canadian
way tn, the cost of enforcing liquor, the only results will be 'a
:an laws, especially when' tendency. toward creation of a niew
:ans. themselves seem to en-I criminal class in Canadia, a sligh~tly
doubts as to the desirability "higher price for the American con;
ing those laws enforced?"'- Sumer', afid' a finanial loss to Ca-
aquestion as to the general nadian -industry and government.
y' of the mreasure was given When the bifll does- pass; however,
of the reasohs ,why its pas- it will merely be a amicable Beds-
sbeing delayed in the Ca- ture indicative of our'~ ne~ihbor's
parliament. According to l desire to assist us in enfor~cing our
at of the finance commis- prohibition 'laws." -
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