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TITESDAY,.SE-PTRMWR 21, 1930

TH MI. HIG

D-A LI Y

PAGE FIFTEEN

UE$DA~, S~'TEMBER 23, 1930 THE MICHI.QAN DAT LY

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R....GU AISITA TE'SGAS A
CAUSES CONCERNS
Ann Arbor's little gasoline price
Pwar, shadowing the Detroit melee
* which broke into flames yesterday
when nine gallons for one dollar
System- Will Acquaint Students were offered to the public, appears
More Thoroughly With rtohave struck rock bottom. The
recent cut of three cents per gal-
Commanding Duties. lon throughout the state was felt
here early this week following one
WILL HAVE CEREMONIES t of the hottest price-slashing con-
tests ever witnessed in Michigan.
Featuring a varied program with esterda's hi point ws a pe-
the intention of acquainting of- tition to the United States before
thcers mretooughlyithng t- Attorney General William Mitchell
ficers more thoroughly with the by ten Detriot gasoline firms who
dut methe Unversity R.O.T.C. un sought succor from the larger con-
will open its work along with other cerns when a new cut was threat-
ened.
regular courses of the University, eaed
according to Major Basil D. Ed- Bottom prices in Ann Arbor were
ward',, professor of military sci- rac eight gallons wereoffeast d
inee an ptactis. Drat e ae nfor sale at one dollar. A majority
in geekyneridsumtthe Water- of the companies have since raised
tire winter, instead of the longer their prices to six for 98 cents, a
drill periods that were held last
year on Ferry Field. Through this 1
means all student officers will be) P A
given opportunity to command. I U
Military ceremonies will be heldlI
by the unit on Armistice day. In 1 i
addition five ceremonies will be
staged next spring, and one each
Thursday during the month of
May. These spring ceremonies will Many Alumni prepare to Attend
probably take the form of a pa- National Michigan Dinner
rade, a review, an escort to the at Boston Hotel.
colors, and a formal ;guard mount.'
The particular date of each, how- Many Alumni of the University
ever, has not as yet been deter- are making preparations to attend
mined. R.O.T.C. work will remain
as a substitute for freshman gym- the Michigan-Harvard f o o t ba 11
nasium( work. game at Cambridge this fall as is
Lieut. Richard R. Coursey has shown by the great interest that is
been named to succeed Capt. H. beings taken in the National Mich-
i3.Turer wh i le~An te Un-igan Dinner which will be held
versity, as drill master for the V aNov. 7 in Boston, when alumni
sity R.O.T.CL band. Lieutenant from all parts of the country will
Coursey has had long experience gather for a banquet on the eve-
in R.O.T.C. work at Georgia Tech., ning before the game.
and as professor of military sci- The Hotel Bellevue, the inter-
ence at Holmes Institute in Gear -collegiate Alumni hotel of Boston,
gia. He spent two years in Hawaii,I will be the official Michigan head-
and comes to Ann Arbor from quarters for the week end of the
Fort Howard n e a r Baltimore, celebration. Officers of the Alum-
Maryland. He was graduated ni association have already made
from West Point in 1918. their reservations as well as a
Marge number of the Alumni who

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GREETINGS
FRESHMEN

State Recount Sets I
Michigan PrecedentI
Michigan's first gubernatorial re-!
count, setting a precedent in state
politics, was the result of one of the,
closest elections in political history.
Michigan has 3,317 precincts within
her boundaries and not until 3,3001
had been tabulated was the first;
total given to Attorney General!
Brucker.
Brucker's margin of nearly 100,-
000 votes was cut down in tremend-
ous slices by the heavy Wayne coun-
ty pool to a figure hovering danger-
ously near 3,500. Recount of the1
ballots was demanded by former
Governor Groesbeck because a sin-j
gle error in each precinct would al-
most change the election outcome.

have indicated their intention of
attending the affair.
Many are expected to take ad-
vantage of the reduced rates that
are being offered by the Michigan
Central railroad. A special Nation-
al Michigan Dinner train from De-
troit to Boston has been announc-
ed. The fares are in effect from
Ann Arbor and Detroit to Boston,
but will be taken advantage of by
Alumni from all parts of the Mid-
dle West.
Railroad officials have announc-
ed that they will attach two or
three extra Pullmans to the Wol-
verine at Chicago. In these cars
will be made reservations for the
Alumni from St. Louis, Indiana
cities, and from the cities of Mich-
igan which are not already plan-
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