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In charge of hio leoue,
-A. I. ivDOUGALL.-
An Intrestinq and Prctice Lecture.
It is edom tht the engineer of lhee
University are given the toe treat that
wan accorded thema lat evniig wheo
Milt Alex. Dow, of the Edison Illemin-
ating Co., Detroit, gave a pactical tak
on "Meteo and Meter Ptaetice in Ele-
trie Lighting Stations." The address
deattargely of Mr. Dowso peronal ex-
perience and contained fnds of infor-
,matiol, not only for the stdents pres-
ent, ht for the fanlty memeronwha
touned occaio to e there. It, was
illustrated by the use of 'severa metero
which the speaker furnished for hs
occasion cool added muh to the prc-
tical beeit derived.
Mr. Dcw egan with tce first foreon
of instrueetts used itc mesuring elec-
tric currento and spoke briely of the
variono forms of ammeters that have
come int use in later yers donn to the
most recent inslntions along thes lines.
Switcha oard metero come in for a
large amount of consideration, the
speker pointing ot how g-eat are the
errors that enter ito the records de
to the presence of various magnetic
eectric fields aout te instrument.
lHe shooed also hose th-se erros are
obviated or reduced to infnitesimals by
enrosing hoct instrument in wrouht ,
tied cast iron hoxes.
The customer's meter was briefly con-
idered also, and the method of setting
up the old style chemical watt-meter,
thousands of which are still in use was
mitning the amount of current which
passes through the meter. The later-
and more imprcved tyle of meter, with
a cock attachment which -cause the
current to e registered upon differeti
dilsi at different periods during the day
Seniors Adopt Caps and Go ns J e ". A
Rule out ClaysDaq Speakers. H igh tandlard
The senior literary class held a very
quiet meeting yesterday oftlernoon. The only by Costinous Effort.
iurpose far sshirh it c-as rolled seas to
elect tcNooextra speakers for class day.
qiries continuios effort ono
the slotks of lice taoy clochi
of mserit is cothes makeing is gained
Ande so it is iin clothes desling. It re-
'or poet Is select that emliich is heel fromc
es isakers inithie countey.
'This intnosvation wsas agreed upon at
tke class election. On ithe interim ice-
fare yesterday's meeting some opposi-
tion to -this plan developed. At the
meeting a mcotiosn was made and car-
ned uncoiimously to rescind the pee-
Th'eoqnestion of caps and gaswessE-cs
then takoe up. There was noat much
discussio on the subject as most of
the class seemaed to be in an apathetic
conditioon. Thce motion to adopt the
rustomossscarnriei viva-vore. Th're
xs ooposiio nose 0as thsere mcht
enthusiasm overc'tho'esmocve. Th'ough
noons' of the claos objeted to the cus-
isis, it is cot at all tprobable that they
wsill all carry it out.
Ats explanation was maiode of the iplan
of incdisidual pictures in the Michiigane-
ensian. Everys'snemb er of the senior
olass hose hplririlege, of a phiotoctaiph
in thse aoik. The photocgcaphs shocild
he handed to one of the meehrs ofthlie
board s-cry sooni. 'Ihiosswill sab'it
neressacy thsat th'y seniors hascw their
photographs taken icmnediattly accd
nost rait until next spring on they
ucsually do. 1100000cacn bc'secureod at
lice photographecr's noes as treil as at a
STEIN BiLOCH CLOTHING
iseihout question the fioest aces-
duced aetd-iw'siead ict osery tespect of ihe average siacie-to-order
garentss, at shoot oteare-balf ikeprice. It is that hisd of clocking
cwhichtbelstscsdrlessers aseeloooicgfoeroacd tealizing ibis foci we
mooe ibis seaosnc, purchased ac sualoc Large h1ook of Stein Bloch Salts
and Overcoats accdlace in psositionc to it all shapes aiid forcms fiom
ourcttmcgnifiicn list of ibis high grade make,
Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
Always come to us for the proper thing.
C ~ ~ ~ ~ F ae4+++rench Cook in Charge
FURNISHiES FIRST-CLRSS BOARD.
REGULAR BOAPD $27,5. 1hEAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
ordlers promptly -filed.-FrceschHomie Madle Caenolytcosw onh Iand
with the faonous Sponge tCaraicsl a siyc 11ty. Pop cornc balls
aiid salted peants nowirecady. Comc in antd try them.
W. S. PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
Don't wait fill they are all gone. Lacdies heavy winter
tan shoes former price $3.50end .$4tC0, Sale Prie
Athletic Directors And Band Wj
Go to Chicago.
At the meeting of the Athlet~ic Donz
last eveninga more arrangeecnts wei
made in regard to the Thankogis ic
Day game. The boaocd of directors
the Athletic Association still occocopac
thse teom. There are eight entrances,
the gronds and it wlii take at least tl
sehole board to take charge of uhs
aind also lice ushiericng acd the grai
The railway fare sf thcOhand to ti
limit of 20 men swill he paid. The han
stilt take up a collection on the teai
10 pay their expesses while in the cii;
The Athletic Associaticcn sill receis
returns from the gamce. The r
turns still he anoce'd either in th
gymna-sium or a t the ficnal state ite.
scholastic toocthail gam~e at egent;
field. The returns as received hy tO
association swlhe complete coed dc
c CC1 AETTE
Wvoicsse what 3lot Nvnt.
1 over 70 difietoi kitnds
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wan nhown and explained IA~ an T A D
Mr. Dow's, position as general man IATifl L S TIoL iA 1 . Beferehauying youne bohsor lectiure coesrall in endseeor newpacn'
I papardosenot tear or get misplaced as ia the old style string nete ho
aer of the Edison Illuminating Co.e'Presn otra asfo $.5u. Waea
offices in Detroit hrings him. inoPakradWtmnPesfo $12 up hla;
prominence in the engineering world, Watch tlis space for amaaoi-iae- Paper from 10 cents a Pound up.
and the addrese from him was espenelat of eomaing attractions. F. J.SCHLEEDEy 340 South
cdaily desrahte, seeing to the' fact that ' 2 2 -
he itt'an authority upon all suhjects -
pertaining to central lighting stathons.
H~e wee accompanied by Mr. Clark,
who has charge of the meter depart- _ _ _ ~
ment for the comspany in Detroit, end
who asnisted in explaining the metersa uya
shown before the opening of the ad- Typewriter C p nq . ALtARM CLOCK
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