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THE MICHIGAN D AILY TUESDY, I

MARCH 29, l q32

STUDENTS ON 'RE !AACH' TRIP TO KENTUCKY

EjtjfW I NEW ISSUE OF TI CHNIC FEATURES
L L SDEVELOPMENT OF OUTBOARD MOTOR
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Rehtal Fee for Commencement
Garb Is Lowered for
Week's Orders.
Senior Engineers will be given a
chance to order their caps and
gowns Wednesday and Thursday of
this week above the Engineering
Arch from nine o'clock till twelve
o'clock, and from one o'clock until
3:30 o'clock. The rental fee, which
has been reduced two dollars, will
be only $2.50 this year, and will be
collected when the orders are taken.

A review of the history of the l tion and development of such re-
development of outboard motors : finements on outboard motors a i
from heavy, clumsy units to the the free tilting propeller, the un-
present compact, powerful engines,Iderwater exhaust, pressure vacuunm
on which a student and an alum-|cooling, and full pivot steering
nus of the engineering school col- which makes possible quick turns,
laborated, is the leading article in instant reverse, and fastest pos-
the new Michigan Technic out this sible stopping when used as a brake.
week. "The Law Relating t o Party
The article, written by E. R. Van- Walls," that is, walls on the bound-
dervoot, '24, and Allen L. Gold- ary line between two pieces of prop-
smith, '32M.E., describes the incep- erty that are owned or used jointly

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The reduced rental fee is possible
:: ...:as a result of the Cap and Gown
Memorial of the Class of 31E. '
Since it is a class function, only 1
In the face of a warning to student groups to stay out of eastern those who have paid their class
IKentucky, these Columbia university students are shown as they pre--dues will be able to obtain the
pared to board a bus for the Kentucky coal strike districts to do "socio- gowns at the $2.50 rental fee, and
AT TIMBER MEE T logical research." They planned to meet students from other sections others must pay the standard fee
of the country in Knoxville, Tenn., and proceed with them to Kentucky. as charged by Ann Arbor mer-
Dean Samuel T. Dana and Prof. ---- chants. Since the number of gownst
Willet F. Ramsdell of the forestry Four Faculty Members, One Student to Read I is less than the number who payed
school left yesterday for a meettge their class dues, it is advisable that
of the Lake States Timber-land Research Papers at Orent Socety Meetng orders be made early Wednesday.
owners and representatives of the .
wood using industries called by E. Papers by four members of the language department, and R. J. the afsrng v ion at a
W. Tinker of the United States For- faculty and one by a student in Braidwood '32, will also deliver time and place to be announced
estry service, head forester for archaeology will be delivered at a papers on the results of the re- later. A $4 deposit will be collected
region nine.In e g f cent excavation at Seleucia-on- a
The meeting is to discuss the pomt meeting of the American the-Tigris. then, and will be refunded on the
chance for private ownership of Oriental society with the .Parent In addition to those giving pa- wternoon of Commencement Day
forest land under the present eco- society and New Orient society on pers,.Miss Louise Shier, Grad., Miss Sne the al ond gownsrex-
nomic conditions, regulation of the March 29, 30 and i, to be held at Catherine Bunnell, Grad., Missc the value of the gosis, th
industry by the government, public Chicago. Dorothea Waterman, '32, and .Miss cee e value o e eposit, te
responsibility for fire protection, Prof. William H. Worrel, semitics llen Moore, instructor in Semitics, 'enters are asked to co-operate to
development of national forests as I department, president of the mid will attend the convention. goodshape sortha suceeding
a stabilizer for the wood industries, dle-western branch of the ParentA classes may also have the privilege
effect of foreign competition and society, will read a paper on "Geo- ABOLISH JAZZ. f c tal hee
{of reduced rental fees.
taxation. graphical Genetic Relationship of -
Five_____Coptic____ (Special to The Dairly)
Five Coptic Dialects." NEW YORK, March 28. - Jazz The average licensed hunter took
Reshed Ali of Siyrna, Turkey, Prof. Capbell Bonner, Greek de- music for campus functions has a total of 131 units of wild life in
was among students recently com- partment, Robert H. McDowell, re- been abolished at Barnard College Missouri in 1931, replies to ques-
pleting a short course at the Uni- search assistant in archaeology; Dr. here. i tioinaires indicated.
versity of Missouri. Leroy Waterman, of the Oriental

Ann Arbor to Vote
,on Sewage Disposal
A bond issue of $450,000 to build
a sewage disposal plant and con-
necting sewer for the city will be
voted on by the citizens of Ann Ar-
bor at the municipal elections, April
4. The total cost of the project
will be $620,000 but thehUniversity
has agreed to pay $,170,000 of this,
leaving $450,000 to be raised by the
residents of Ann Arbor.
At the present time the sewage is
dumped into the Huron river below
the city. Du~ to the increase of
population within recent years the
amount of sewage has reached a
point where it may contaminate
the stream.
The State Health department has
communicated with city officials
and stated that the city must im-
prove its sanitation in regard to
sewage disposal. Although the
states will probably take no action
within the next two years, Ann Ar-
bor must provide proper sewage
disposal facilities, Prof. F. N. Mene-
fee, of the engineering school, and
member of the board of public
works, said at a recent public meet-
ing at the Labor hall.
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