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MICHICA'N TECHNIC
TO APPEARMONDAY
F'irst Issue -.o Review Relation
of Architecture to
Engineering.
WHITE DESIGNS COVER
Architecture and its relationt
engineering will be the subjecto
the first issue of the Michigan
Technic, student publication of the
engin~eering department which will
appear on the campus next Mon-
flay, according to an announce-
m~ent made yesterday by L. Verne
Ansel, '31E, editor of the magazine.
The cover for this architectural
isue is by John White, '32A, and is
idrawinhg of the new Chicago

.ANN ARBOR NESBIF

COUNCILORS PASS
ITY WORKS BILL

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Building of new sewers and side-
walks was authorized by the city
council at a special meeting Mon-
day night, held to receive recoin-
men dations of the sidewalk and
sewers committee of the board of
public works.
At the suggestion of the council,
the board of p~ublic works will

Congressional railly in J:ac kson.
MDore than 200 meetipngntatth
W ilbur M r e e, R . ulci
n~om2ineefor g:overnor, wa the
principal sekr
Others who made ad r(c.>e2 xverc
candidates for .av oli es t1;1
candidates for cut lii the
second Congressional ist~
11nCiepenQfen" 0 Firm"

iu ara of trade buiiwng, while the rebuilding the south branch of a Attack di o pne
frniueei yWayne Meade, Compyaewrnnies Prk
*31A, and represents a scene from axeioofiaWsPak
Mrblhe ad. Mass. Meade is well- xeso fasomswri ~ ~ t '.~
iknwontecmufohiwokan alley extending north 125 feet LANSING, Oct. 14.-A deioandi
of and is the creator of the etchings from Main street west, was athor- that the Sandard Oil of Indiana,
Iwhich were used in the 1929-30 S7db oni.~hell Sun, Sinclair and White Star
Of ;/ /< ichiganensian. Construction of a new sidewalk
Ar.o the articles included inf at the southeast corner of Main Oil companis b drivn out of
1- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~'. Amb oyg o the Technique are and Packard streets was held over M cia ea~e o I gd u fi
~'"Architectural Models," by Tames until next year. practices in the gaoline ,war has
r~ranport~ bySidewalks recommended by the been~ filed with. thec rtay of
Russell Bailey '32A, and "Vertical ne enrlby.adte to
traspot,"byMacolm R. Mturton. committee and approved by council staend e to alrcytwas n -
were:ninddption, toiedealerlbitawasorn
0ofsI eaddtionsrewl bein adestory East side of Packard street from nounced today.
o the prpaoWratios beingmae.o south side of Morton's addition The independents charge te big
0t th;.:" ' ... ied E.aGo Wrldg,' 1fai re southeast of city limits; 1052 bald- companies are attempting to re-
WilredE. rig, '1Efornerwin avenue, and 521, 523 and 525 duce pries to a point where com-
l t3> pbitiation editor for the Technic, wde rmbodpioigdrn South Main street.peion ilbeeiiat,
is did ro.boo pisnig uipetition___________will______ be__ --.--.-- - -
'd AsoIae '~ ht the summer. David M. Hann, '32E,
has, tamen up the wort~ in Griggs
y' Dieudonnc Caste and Maurice Beilonte, French trans- Atlantic fiers, at Curtiss field, New York, after 'place.I
)-completing their good will tour of the tinted States. They wee welcomed by Col. William E. Easterwood, Jr.,_________I NOW (shows at
of Dallas, Tex., whose $25,000 prize they won by continuing on to Dallas after their flight from Paris to New I PAUW UNIVERSITY - A SHOWING 2:00, 330
-York, and by Clarence Chamberlin, representing Mayor James Walker. Left to right: Bellonte, EasterwooL Course in hymnology and the lead- i to :4
rt Coste, and Chamberlin. ing of church singing has been es -________________________________
s, - -i - - - - 'YT - ._ -tablished here.
HYACTSDJCAS" CLUBS PLAN* NEW PRICESA&J LSO
YEAR'S ACTIVITIESAmong the Best and ofatnesI
Adults
S[C C 10Topics for Airgumentation Willi Reasonable Pie Balcony...... 25c
I1G " T N H be Given 0ut Thursday. I PicsMain Flor....35c 6i ' B
Points Out Contributions From Case clubs of the Law school will J REA' AdultsThyrof!WtAlJsnon"Bgo"
sbegin this year's activity Thursday, BL..~J .~J. ~ ainony ..r.....50c 4shing iunde the wire an easy winner in the
.8 Holndn dr~ ames . Spencer '31L, senior ad- Cidren.......othinc coed classi of the year
Over Radio. visor of the case clubs, announced 04mO I d Glw% Anytime new ag, finoee -u in jokes -withthKi of Ein-
bRCLSFM U BO K yesterday. I. .~. I ID X I tertainiGs at his inimitable best.
RCLSFMU BOKiAt present there+ are 52 juniors JL N ____ad14Rrsmnpricptn.____O_____________
Dicsigcnrbtosm d o These students being equally dis- ' IIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIII1111II iiiIijiiiiiiiiij i iIIIIl~iII IIIIIII1~Ifli1IIIIIII,'
- icusngcntiutos ae otributed among the Story, Marshall, Clean, Pleasant and With Excellent Service
American civilization by the Dutch, Holmes, and Kent clubs. Subjects -I-- .
Prof. Albert Hlyma, of the history for ahrumntaton will bees given out ONLY ONE BLOCK NORTH FROM HILL AUDITORIUM EU * ISBA
- department, in his radio address this Thurs day andtowesfm 1. L5 V
- yesterday afternoon from the ni- that time the first case will be °I
versify studio pointed out that it heard. "°-*-_ __ _ __ _Ib nkn
rFrom this competition two fresh- __~x2zz______-is equipped to do a generalbakn business and will
1 was in the Netherlands that the man lawyers will be picked from ' welcme sving accuntsand heck ccouts o indviduls,'
-"Imitation of Christ" was composed,1 each of the four case clubs on the fircmsavnsacorsadche -out fidiiuls
the book which for the last four basis of the briefs they prepare and frso corporations, assuring courteous treatment and -
1_______________ the oral arguments which they de-~ every facilty consistent wit ae akn
R IOP GRMTDY wlve. Theeight freshman winners y YIA 1 UsaelLakin-
"ADIOer OGRtAMrtODWaYt ila"hreeveathree-year sub i a
"AtrMoenAtWa? scription to the Michigan LawRel
will be the subject discussed by iview. In the junior competition two
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, of the wilb-pce fo(acflb n
fine arts department, from the thnanitacu cmeito wlc
Straght illbe te slois onI cen ive n0 oraicmeitruner-iNF A SIO
1 University broadcasting studio ' take place to determine the winners lNF AHO "hw
a2 o'clock today. Sidney and runners-up; the winners e Interest p iin our
the prgram.$25 dollars. Last year Jessie R. Orth~ natatv hneir mr adebakt-S VN SD P R M N
1 '31L, and Spencer were the finalists Anatatv hneir tatcnl rce
hundred years has been the mqstlin the junior competition. or handsome bulb-cluster makes all the difference in -_INVE TMENTS-
widely'read treatise in Europe and Mobapeaane ou.t
America. Spanish Student tslwoldin heou om. t e-2SAFETY DEP~OSIT BOXES FOR RENT -
l "Nor was it a coincidence," he Destroy King's Picture I1 atively lw cost we can install new fixtures of sur-bakn
said , "that Erasmus, the intellec-at-th aet n h ms ovein.Fri the habit ofbakn with
tual king of Europe, was born and BARCELONA. Spain, Oct. 14. - - -
brought up in the Netherlands. He Four hundred students of Barcelona 2P
attendthe;most celebrated high university at noon today surged'_AlsoWingRpiring canis D nt
shoinErpsituated in the to the main assembly hall and tore -°N
Dthct ofDenewihdown a life-sized picture of Kcingq 205 East Huron 330 South Sate Street-
; Dutc cit of evener, hich Alfonso with shouts for the republic-
counted about 2000 pupils, while ! and "down with the king." "it er fFihu evc"°
hatont muhmore f0,aoustin hist, The mob made a bonfire of part - ° ifyyasofFihu Srie
hadn atuthmoste50aun heist oHftepcue IIIIillllll11fItheipictur.1___1111)luelIlii_______________________________________________
illustrious secondary school in Italy, UNIVRSIToOFhOUTH
a paltry 70." I CALIFORNIA-Those who compse NLE TRCoHO
contributions that Holland h a s games this fall have been equipped 210 South 4th Avenue P~
Professor~~~~~~DI, E Wi Hyactelharetteyiung hein etona h
made in the field of modern musicihstn cards, special caps, and
drama, science and mathematics. megaphones. . d /S.r/o .J!d.0O:G. sJ//.«J*.I l*~lJ .
"The greatest cartographers,", he - ------ -"WA-_ 8: ' 'i'
said, "were Dutch, and Spinoza and
Descartes, the two greatest philoso-
phiers of the seventeenth century, G
wrote nearly all their works in Hol- .
land." _ _ _ _ _O i
Columbus, Ohio, October 18th
SPECIAL TRAINS
. , Lv. Anan Arbor 10:30 P.M. (ET) Octob~er 17th
Lv. Ann Arbor 7:30 A.M. (ET) October 18th
CLIVE l (Nighit train via Pennyvana R. R., Day train via Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.) with
1dBROOK J$5.00 TRIPETT
outPicture R U DJA E ET

S O A "Pullman rates (one way) Lower Berth $3.75, Upper Berth $3.00 Perilous adventur on
RRW ________Compartment $10.50, Drawing Room $13.50, Seat Rate $1.13 the open sea as you
Equipment of night train will consist of Pullman Cars only, day train Pullman, Parlor Jcenvrbe r
Cars and Day Coaches. raie iliyf
IL ImRailroad and Pulman tickets now on sale at Ann Arbor station.
IWI a % TU DENTS ARE RESPECTFULLYI.VREOUT M ~TPbTO PIRC4ACT. TTCVPTC_,..,

TIM4ES TODAY
RUTH
in the Paran,

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