100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 21, 1921 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

1 .1 n.. vii .rL11 .atN Lu-L Y

ED TO OUR NEW LOCATION
East Liberty Street

PWLOVWSKI PLANS
AERODYNgMI LAB.

LANDER
OR
LOWERS
tSTABLISHIE 181
CL OTH IN
MAISONAVENUE COR. FORTY-EsURTH iTREt
NEW YORK

nrollmoit in Aeronautical
lug Shows Large
Increase

Engineer.

Telephone Murray Hill 88oo

Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
on
Monday and Tuesday
October 24 and 25
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Fall
Send for "Clothes and the Hour"

4"

M- OSTOM _SALIZS=.O FCES

NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES

-- - -- - - -- - - -- - - -- - -

A W. STALKER, '19, ADDED TO
DEPARTMENT TEACHING STAFF
An aerodynamic laboratory which
promises to rank with any in the
country is being worked out in detail
for Michigan by Prof. F. W. Pawlow-
ski and E. A. Stalker, '19, of the de-
partment of Aeronautical engineering,
in connection with the new building
program.
A large air tunnel for testing model
aeroplanes in wind velocities up to
84 miles an hour and a small high-
speed tunnel in which gales will roar
at speeds between 400 and 500 miles
an hour are to be part of the equip-
ment. The small tunnel will find use
in calibrating instruments and in ob-
serving phenomena occurringtat the
terrific rates of air speed within its
range.
Enrollment in the department of
aeronautical engineering, as indicated
in figures given out by Professor Paw-
lowski, is larger this year than ever
before. In order adequately to teach
the total of 52 students, A. W. Stalker,
'19, has been added to the staff of the
department as an instructor. Im-
provements have also been made in
the present air tunnel.
During the summer Professor Paw-
lowski was at Langley Field, Yirginia,
doing research work for the national
advisory committee for aeronautics.
HOBBS' SHIPASSE S
THROUGH GREAT TYPHOON
LETTER TELLS OF STORN4 WHICH
CARRIED VESSEL OUT OF
ITS COURSE
Prof. I. D. Scott of the Geology de-
partment recently received a letter
from Prof. W. H. Hobbs, who tells of
an interesting experience while in the
Caroline islands.
"While on a voyage from the island
of Penape to Treck," writes Professor
Hobbs, "I had one of the most inter-
esting experiences of its kind that I
have ever had in my life. We were
sailing on a Japanese naval vessel
when we were caught in a terrific ty-
phoon. Owing to the fact that the
ship was only 3500 tons and the ty-
phoon changed its course and took
after us, we were rolled and tossia
about and carried within 60 miles of
the center of a storm of 700 miles ra-
dius. Sixty miles from the center of
such a radius brought us within the
eye of the storm, but fortunately we
escaped disaster. The waves were
estimated to be from 35 to 40 feet
high. and some of them more than 500
feet in length. The storm continued
to rage in its fury for three days,

when we finally reached the island of
Treck."
Professor Hobbs in mentioning his
work states that evidence already ob-
tained, both as to volume and value,
is beyond his most sanguine expecta-
tions.
The Japanese government is doing
much to assist Professor Hobbs. They
held a ship ready to sail until he could
be rushed across southern Japan, and
then sent a cruiser for the three days'
trip from Penape to Treck. From
Treck Professor Hobbs will take a
Japanese ship to the famous island of
Yap. From Yap he will sail on the
United States naval ship Bittern to the
Philippines.
Secretary Caring for Lost Articles
Lost articles are turned in to the
Secretary's office, room 3 University
Hall, where they are held sixty days
for claim.

Pictures and frames of Good Taste
and Refinement at De Fries Art Store.
-Adv.

.:
. .
' . Kka
* . v.. . .,. ... ....
", a :.

New Brogues
The French-English rounded square
toes give this Walk-Over brogue a touch
of newness that men of style like to find.

I

KIRSCHBAUM

CLOTHES

- FALL AND WINTER

1921

Black
Scotch Grain

Price$10

.Mi
I1 So. Main St.

a
a g
i e
' f
w
.o o
4
d
d
1,
r f'
y'
.-
..

utumn Time to put on
new clothes and keep
abreast of the season. They're
here-from the Kirschbaum
shops. Smartly styled, skillfully
tailored, moderately priced!

We are showing
(in Blacks

"Soft" V
and Colors)

elvet Hats

Feather Hats, and the Tailored
Sailor

$30

to $45

Dana Richardson
115 East Liberty St.

FRED

W.

GROSS

ANN ARBOR

f
:.
.,

Special
for Sunday
We are putting
out another spe-

' .

T(,

cial brick that is
just as good as
a s t Sunday's.
There will be a

three-layer brick of bisque honey fruit

salad, and vanila

cream.

Orders must

be in by 9:00 P. M. Saturday.
We also serve light lunches
AT

I

TRUBEY'S
218 SOUTH MAIN

------ ------------ ---------------------
--l - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - 7 1 1 - 0.

Representatives for
STEIN-BLOCH.

LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.

Representatives for

Michaels-Stern & Co.

Slohs

LEADING CLOTHIERS

Value First Clothes

-------------

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan