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Wednesday, March 17, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Werd invention
harnesses wind

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By KAREN SCHULKINS
What is green and white and
has no mind of its own?
No, not a Michigan State Stu-
dent. It's the domerator. r
THE DOMERATOR is a wind
generator designed by freshman
Steve "Shalom" Michlin, a stu-
dent in the School of Engineer-
ing. Using geodesic domes for
cuns, the domerator will even-:t
tNally supply generate electric-
itv for Michlin's room in t e
Alnha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
According to Michlin the do-
merator is a practical energy
,lternative for the future, as it
is the cheapest wind device for
the amount of power produced
and can be built anywhere.
Made from recycled materials,
the domerator costs between
$100 and $150 to construct. Steel
struts are made from old bed-
frames, shock absorbers from
beer cans and truck tire inner
tibes, and other parts come
from an old Volkswagon.
With electricity stored in bat-
teries, the domerator can, Mich-
lin says, supply electricity to a
small, three-room house w it h
few large appliances. M o r e
power can be produced by larg-
er scale machines.
ABOUT TEN students were
needed to erect the domerator,
which has drawn considerable
attention from passers-by.
"When we were putting it up,"
said Michlin, "someone w a s
New Jersey is the only state
with a legal lottery that
operates with the same rules as
the illegal numbers racket,
allowing ticket buyers to pick
thrPP b,'re h of th ianxrn

Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
Steve "Shalom" Michlin stands by his invention, the domerator. The freshman engineering
student made the contraption from beer cans and parts from an old VW, among many
other things. The device uses the wind to generate electricity.
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Ctr.; LSA Dean's Office; President's
Office: Lord Caradon, "What Hope
in the Middle East," 170P-A Bldg, 8
p.m.
Pendleton Ctr.: Ars Musica, 'Bi-
centennial Concert," Pendleton Rm.,
Union, 8 p.m.
Music School: Symphony Orches-
tra featuring winers - grad, under-
grad competitions, Hill Aud., 8 p.m.

Mental Health, Massachusetts
Mutual Life Insur. Co.
March 26-Stanford Research Inst.
Carleton College, Northfield, MN.;
offers 4-week course in Environmen-
tal Studies beginning June 21, 1976;
affords students chance to study
environment in environment, every
day, six hours a day; particular
problems to be studied will be de-
termined as much by student in-

Wednesday, March 17
DAY CALENDAR
Psychiatry: Martha Wolfenstein,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1
"Depression in Childhood," CPH{
Aud., 9:30 a.m.
WUOM: Live Nat'l. Town Meeting{
-discussion, "America In Its Thirde
Century: What Prospects?" w/Claire1
Booth Luce, Henry Steele Commag-
sky, 10:30 a.m., 1017 Angell, noon. t
er, and moderator Martin Agron-
Int'l. Ctr.: "Transportation With-,
in Europe," 3 p.m.
Biological Sciences: Edward O.
Wilson, Harvard, "Chemical Coin-
munication and Caste Determina-r
tion in Social Insects," Aud. 4,c
MLB, 4 p.m.V
Anthropology: South, Southeastc
Asia Studies: Sir Edmund Leach,c
U. of Cambridge, "Once a Knightc
is Quite Enough," Rackham Amph.,I
4 p m.
Statistics: Christine Waternaux, r
e"Practical Problems Arising When {
Using Principal Component Analy-4
sis for Nonnormal Data," 3227 An-I
gell, 4 p.m.1
Indstrial, Opuerations Eng.: Tim-,
othey Doyle, Vector Research,
"Health Manpower Planning," 229,
W. Eng., 4 p.m.
Physics: Gordon Kane, "What We
Have Learned from the New Par-
ticles," P&A Coloq. Rm., 4 p.m.
Romance Languages, Literature:
Curtis Blaycock, U of Illinois,
"American-Spanish Dialect Delimi-
tation and the Problem of Lang-1
uage Differentiation," Rackham As-I
sembly Hall, 4:10 p.m.
U Players Studio Thtatre: "Gob-
lin Market," Pendleton Rm. Union,
4:30 p.m.
Residential College Lectures: Pet-
er Ferran, "Irish and American
Whiskey," Greene Lounge, E. Quad,
7 p.m.
Near Eastern N. African Studies;
History; W. Eurojean Studies; Intl
CORRECTION

CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENTI
3200 SAB 764-7460
Oxford U Press seeks campus reps4
(college travelers). Position involves
promoting college level textbooks,
conducting market research, etc.
Applicants must have at least BA
(preferably in humanities) travel
extensively; Oxford U. Press will
be interviewing on campus on Fri-
day, April 9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; in-
terested applicants can contact:
John H. Steenstra, College Field
Manager, 186 Wright Rd., Concord,
MA 01742 or phone: (617) 369-2416.
Grupo Industrial Alfa, largest pri-
vate industrial group in Mexico,
needs qualified, professional Mexi-
can students in any field to fill
various positions in Mexico; send
complete resume & address in Mexi-
co to: Antonio J. Hernandez; Re-
cruitment & Personnel Manager;
Dinamica Industrial Monterrey,
S.A ; Apartado 3000; Monterrey, N.L.,
Mexico or call him collect: 40-62-50

itiatives as by faculty; comprehen- r i eumoers IInir own.
sive fee (including tuition, room,
board and travel for field trips): There are 1,814 provincia
$670. Registration card is available parks throughout Canada.
at CP&P; application deadline is
May 15, 1976; for further info. con-
tact: Robert Bonner, Director of
Summer Programs, Carleton College,
Northfield, MN 55057.
SUMMER PLACEMENT C H ET,
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Nippersink Resort, Wis : Interview
Mon./Tues., Mar. 22/23, 9-5; open- HAROLD,
ings include waiters/esses, bus boys,
maids, kitchen help, porters, snackan
shop personnel lifeguards, social
staff, athletic staff & counselors;
register.
Camp Becket / Chimney, YMCA
Camps, MA.: Interview Thurs., Mar. , U- St ists
25, 9-5; openings include small craft
instr. graphic arts, music, photo,
village dirs. (21) waterfront WSI at the UNI ON
(21), nurses, trip leaders, hostesses,
CIT Dir. (21'), office assts; register.

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for the week of March 16, 1976 ;
to March 19, 1976
March 16-U.S.. Navy.
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Training, Burroughs Welcome.f'
March 18-Institute for. Paralegalt a C_________
Training, Metropolitan Life MFoi
March 19-Fruehauf Corp., U.S I
Army, Assoc. of Community t
Organiz. for Reform Now.
RECRUITING AT CP&P Come to Ann Arbor Smoking
for the week of March 22, 1976-- Absolu#E
to March 26, 1976 W ithdrawal Clinic- -
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March 25-ACTION, VISTA and Sponsored by: Michigan Lung
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