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THE MICHIGAN

D A I L Y

THCTStDA~f, MAY 22, 10,0

DAILY

MILLERARK GIVES BIRTH TO SIX BABIES
FO MOTOR coNVOY....

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!WAORK
!University
Aids.

Author Declates Deadly Weapon
Will be Last of Kind ini
World's 1-istory.
GI- MANS 14ID DVTAILS
Parisians Thought First Shell
Was Part of Ordinary
Plane Ilaid.
"'Such? a gun will be last of its
kind in history" said Prof. Henry!I
W. Miller, of engineering drawing
and mechanics departrpient, during'
his lecture on the "Paris Gun,"
'Tuesday night at the Natural Sci-I
once auditorium in honor of the
Motor Transport Convey which is4
visiting Ann Arbor. His latest
gook, "The Paris Gun," has elicited;
an unuisual amount of interest'
since its publication a short time
ago.'

:WIND 0N
Duringt
1,500 men
t Work at t
ment bore;
in connecti
dents, in 'U
majority of
wanted job
board, orr
number
tasks. May
iness meni

MEN H0 I ENATFOR DIRECTS Professor VerGeer IDOCTOR FINISHES
EST EMLOYENTAllYt Stuy Tapewormj HISTORICAL ATLAS
aystate has previously compiled
_____ about its American Indian,-Dr. W.
Prof. "Tennis VerGeer 'of the bi-
y mlyetBura B. fHinsdale of the museum of an-
:.:;:omet;reu ology department of Hastings col- thropology completed yesterday the
inl Securing jobs,. lege, Hiastinags, Neb., will begin! text of his Archiological Atlas of
f or Students. work here about July 1 to investi-; Michigan which deals with- the geo-
gatethebrodfls tae~r ingraphy of Indian' centers in the
W WASHERS LEAD an Hstuywhchwile vicinity of the state.
man.His tudywhih wil bea Dr. Hinsdale has. devoted himself
the pst yer mor thancontinuation of the invcestigationf to this task for the last five years
r~ started in 1926 under auspices of using origiia1 records and reitka ins
Sstudents applied for 8 as sources for his conclusions.
he University's employ- the committee on research of the! On the maps are marked the lo-
mu fr minmainaind ?, !American Medical association, will 1 cation of all of the earthworks
ion with the dean of stu- '+ be financed by a National Research built by the Inidians. Their forts,
7nvriyhail. While themeE Council fellowship granted to Pro- villages, mounds, burying grounxds,
Fnivesity trails, the places to porta'ge streams,
if those applying for work: inj1JIA and the locations of the copper.
Dr. George R. LaRue of the Zo- mnsaerpeetd
~s hic wold ay hei ology department and Dr. Alfredl Although the Atlas is not yet, in
room and board, a large S. Warthin of the pathology dle- jt inse"oral h p<.av
preferred miscellaneous 'partment are to direct the work in been drawn, and their explanation
.ny householders and bus-, j Ann Arbor- written.
in Ann Arbor depend up- ;_,_r.w-_.......___.._ .v... .___. __..._. a...._

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der
pre
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Colontel Mlle likewise claimed 4/ . . ' t
that probably the poison gas,; ^.x'' ';" .' '"' ^ "",, ~ .. "tra
tr~ftch fiortars, and tanks, which 1Tme
*ere necesitated by the peculiar abI
cbriditions ont the western front,)j Arthur M. Hyde (right, Secetary of Agriculture, while fshing ' of
wll never be tised should there beT recently in the Gulf of Me ico. caught a full grown man-eating shark,1 fo
rd~fe wars. "No strategist previous-I which, after being taken aboard the secretary's launch, gave birth to; ni
.y frealited that 2,500,000 men wouldI six little sharks. The mother and five babies are shown here in evidence; ch
I* ranged against each other only the-sixth offspring escaped. This is the first time, according to the an
to be moved by a virtual blastingI available Waltonian annals, that seven sharks have been caught in ;e
proCess,"' he stated. "Guns had tot this manner on one hook. Secretary Hyde, a Michigan graduate, express-! bu
b~built for range." ed regret that he was unable to report that both mother and babies Iar
'r'ho first long range guns were were doing fine. j!tic
linspired by the siege of Verdun. ----________________
TW"Pails Gul" itself Was the site-IMa er-
cesro eea espeetosi D ntK s rt 1j l~n cencannons. Its entire mounting con- Piece Now Showing at the-
Silted of= more than 500 tons o f !
Atee. All this was concealed with t3 1 T'J 7 A flD12
Sucih ingenuity that much damage l X"C rLJ.JdL .Li..XJ2 d'
was wrought before the gun was N
discovered. Almost a million peo-; ____i b g_
" hUn oypie left Paris during the bombard--
ments. The Germans had suc-?1 WITH ERNEST TORRENCE, DOROTHY SEBASTIAN, NATALIE
ceeded in destroying the morale ofI MOOREHEAD. DIRECTED BY LIONEL BARRYMORE FROM BEN -
the French nation so thoroughly i HECHTS "GREEN GHOST."-
that little hope remarined when the AnUu!a nfGipngMser tr
Amrerican forces arrived at the-
front. j - - - -- -- -_. _ _ _ _ -
Colonel Miller was in Paris dur-
ing the bombardments, servingNO PLY G
with the British army as an officerjNO PLY G
of ordinance. He recounted many!
initereting incidents. Almost two!
hours~ after the first shell struck
the city, its officials were still un I
der the imipression that they were .
bing" subjected to one of the fre-A
quent aeroplahe raids. It was no f_
Wonder that they were mistaken, ' genius who yesterday was
for the shells were being fired', a .:speechless shadow and to-
fiomf a distance of more than 70 .day a vivid living personality!
miles, attaining during their flight- 4NEBaSpen,
an altitude of 24 miles. All Paris- BeNot huaieYbtlerl, onWtNkBO.pesn
ians were hidden in' cellars, bt Crarck.r"cestli"inGnra JOH N
Colonel Miller, being, as h e PHONE restores the }gent-up ower of @
scribes it, a very foolish young'' the thrilling voice that madec him the star (
man, concealed himself in the gar- 'r stars of the speaking staOe .. An Odnrjtltlesee nCLRso o IIHSFITTAKNPCUR
dens of the Tuileres to observe the W hat le reanto ]ote like as he storms 1I IST7AI{N{/CT?
"recklessly into the vortex of cyclonic AUL u e' Ai /
effects, romance and adventure, breaking~ heads U.. . M mIAB BA
The Germans had many diffi-' and hearts and sweeing monarchs from ENEI L C L A C
cuites i th contrutionand their thrones to suit a gysy whim!
maintenance of these guns. They With The heart of ft princess falls
Wore out at a tragic rate. Weather, -LOWELL SHERMON before the onslaughts of
temperature of powder, curvature MARIAN NIXON a mad gypsy adven-
of the earth, and even rotation o The inimitable turer who fights for
the earth had to be taken into ac-I ARMIDA HOBART BOSWORTH the love of a wo.
count at each shot. None of the I JACQUELINE LOGANma an no
valuable details were ever revealed I gee-o gld
by the Germans. Icne-i
_________SOON cnsi
Lewiston, Ill., is without a rep- ehiclr
resentative-in the state legislature JAK MUHL
for the first time in 95 years. "'the Next Room"
802 Packard Street NO
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this bureau for student help. r- Robert F. Wagner
rhe bureau aims to place stu-
1n in conformityi with their Senator from New York, whose
"evlous experience and as near three measures to bring about
rin rooms as possibsle, in ordert stabilization' of unemployment in;
gt timhe will not be lost in go- this country were recently passed
g to and from their work. Re- Jby the senate. They provide for
ineration usually ranges from 40,;
50 cents per hour. Workers arej collection of statistics, creation ofI
,ed as "gold star" or "blue star" employment exchange, and settingj
en according to their individual; up of a federal program for ether-
ilities and dependability.w gency construction.
Window washing heads the list< ___;____
o dd jobs. Calls are also received -
w experienced workers along tech- ~ RABAUL, Nw Britain-This little
2a1 lines, such as draftsmen, island has an acute traffic problem,'
iemists, electricians, surveyors,I there being 500 w~hite inhabitants,
1d stenographers. Many confer- 500 automobiles and only 50 miles
aces between representatives of of road:s. In addition, there are 20
usiness firms and the students are airplanes, the latter engaged most-
ranged in the spring in connec- ly in services to the gold fields in
on with summer work, the mountains.

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