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IG GOVENORSDAY CELEBARTION
STRIKE c affectionately as"Bill' That differ.
enc was on the interpretation of the
industrial court act in the matter as
to whether a card of sympathy cau
;.--"Henry be, construed as violating the picket.
lay before ing clause.
I from aIntroduces Governor
fr, ov.a "Bill" introduced "Flenry" before
dif"erenc an audience in the state normal
dc iec school auditorium for the governor's
roia edi- day celebration, and "'Henry" 're-
sponded that "Bill" would not "hurt
one thing fle."
'nd that, " The only time 'Bill' is dangerous,"
hi fri. Isaid the governor, "is when he site

a time like this and writes out his
emotions.
"' Bill,' or anyone else, has the right'
to put up a card in his window if he
wants to. But when 'Bill' put up that
sympathy card, he was joining in the
movement to break down the efforts
of the railroads to; keep' the trains
running.
Became Dangerous, Figure
"Heo became the most dangerous
fgure in that movement, because of
the faith that so many have in his
judgment, and so we had to single
'Bill' out because he is a leader. His
arrest is a great compliment to him."
Turnings from ,his facetious vein,
Governor Allen said it must be under-
stood that the action taken against'
Mr. White "was for the purpose of en-

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body of constitutional rights.
"What we need in thi~s country now
more than anything else," added the
'governor,. "is a feeling 'of obligation
to our government, to our laws and
obedience to authority."
ALL ACTUARY GRADUATES
PLCE IN , POSITION
All of last yar's class in actuarial
science have been placed in responsi-
i (le positions since Oommeneaeint, ac-
cording to a statement made by Prof.
James W. Glover, of the department of
mathematics.' A 'number of these. stu-.
dents have been placed in actuarial
positions -where their prospects for
future advancement are limited only
by their individual ability.,
Lorence J. Menerey of Yale, and
Clifford Folz %f 'Indianapolis', Id..,
have been given associate positions in
the consulting office of F. J. Haight,
Indianapolis. Thre others have found
positions as assistant actuaries; Eu-
gene Pakes of Omaha, Neb., with the
Continentul Life Insurance company,;
St. Louis, Mo.; Joseph Linder of. Bay-
onne, N. J3., with the Hartford F'ire 'and<
Indemnity company, Hartford, Connf.;,
and Esther MacDonald with the Mac-
cabees in Detroit. The demand for as-
sistants in this field of applied mathe-
matics has exceeded the supply and
Professor Glover has numerous appli-,
cations for: candidates for. positions'
with no students-to recommend.
WORLD FLIGHT HALTED ALS 1
PLANE FAILS TO EARTH
London, July. 26.-The airplane in{
which Mai:, W. T.-,Blake, the British
avia.tor, is attempting a round-'the-l
world flight. froM England, crashed to
the ground at Sibi, British Zeluch-'
istan,, near Quetta, Saturday, says an'
Exchange Telegraph dispatch from1
Karachi today. The aviator escaped1
Injury but the under-carriage of his
plane was smashed, '
White Swan Laundry, for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Sxtbscribe today for The Summer
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BOOK CON MATHEMATICSi
Prof. James IV. Glover, of the mathe-
ma.tics. department, is editing a new
book containing tables of values of
compound interest functions and log-
arithms of values of compound inter-
est functions, life insurance anrd dis-
ability, insurance functions, probabil-
ity and statistical functions, and seven
place logarithms of numbers from 1
to 100,000.
It- is intended for the use of students
in investment, insurance, and statistic-
al mathematics in colleges, and con-
tains many new tables which have
ben prepared in the statistical labor-
atory under the supervision of Pro-
fessor {Glover. The book is divided
into four parts, interest tables, insur-
ance or actuarial tables, statistical
tables, and logarithmic tables, It con-
tains more than 600 pages and is pub-
lished by George Wahr of Ann Ar-

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This Week-

'Garrick (Detroit.) -
players in "Miss Lt

Wuerth--"Footfalls
Fox production;
edy and PatheI
Orpheum-"Bert L
Ladyfingers"; i
news.

The book is now in the;
printer and is expected
for use this fall.

hands of the
to be ready

Wh ite Swan Lauind
and service. Phone

Requiests Excursionists' Applications1 a
Prof. I, D. Scott, of the geology de- In
partment, announced yesterday thatI
the announcement to the effect,
that the Put - in - Bay trip'
would be taken over the Michigan *
Central railroad is erroneous. As on m
other occasions, the trip will be made '
via the D. J. and Q. electric railway,
the /party leaving at 6 o'clock Satur-
day 'morning.U
Professor Scott has requested that 10
everyone who plans to take the trip,
notify either himself or Prof. D. HI.
Davis, before Friday afternoon. p
Scout Executive to Address Class
Chief Scout Executive Janmeison, of V
the Detroit Boy Scouts, will address
members of the class in playground
U
:activities, which is being conducted in*
the School of Educat'ion, at 10 o'clock U
this morning, on Ferry field.
Solvay Athletic Club, Whitmore
Lake, special frog, fish, and chickenI
dinners. 'Room and board by day or j U81
Veek.-=Ads ;

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mentally fit
moderate regul
Lion.
A game of billie
will do it forI
men.
Come in and

Majestic- "Conceit," a
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