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November 08, 1921 - Image 3

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THE MCHIGAN DAILY -____

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IUNKNOWN SOLDIER CE~REMONY

Benzol
Cleaned

Gleans Cleaner
Stays Clean Longer
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Harold A. Furlong, '24M, will leave
tomorrow for Washington, D. C, where
with other Mdal of Honor men he
will take part in the ceremony at-
tendant on the burial of the unknown
American soldier in Arlington national
cemetery. which will take place Nov,
11, Armistice day,
Ossip
Gabrilowitsch
and the
Detroit
Symphony
Orchestra
with five gifted
SOLOISTS
will give
FIVE
ORCHESTRA-ARTIST
PROGRAMS.
BRILLIANT
BUT NOT
HIGHBROW,
IN
HILL
AUDITORIUM.
THIS
SEASON
AS FOLLOWS:
TUESDAY, NOV. 8
Estelle Liebling,
Soprano
MONDAY, DEC. 12
Raoul Vidas,
Violinist
MONDAY, JAN. 23
Ossip,
Gabrilowitsch,
Pianist
MONDAY, FEB. 20
Hans Kindler,
'Cellist
MONDAY, MAR. 27
Benedetson
Netzorg,
Pianist
COURSE
TICKETS-
Two, Three,'
Four and Five
DOLLARS EACH
AT UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF
MUSIC

ENGINEER SHOPS
TEACH PRACTICAL
METHODS TO MEN
Business mianagement in industrial
lines today can boast of little more
than a five per cent college trained
enrollment, according to recent sur-
veys made under the direction of the
Carnegie Institute of Technology at
Pittsburg. In these same industries
it is said that less than 10 per cent of
employes are engineers. Moreover one
very frequently hears the statement
that it takes more than six months for
the college man to orient his ideas to
the practical life of industrialism. To
assist in supplying well trained en-
gineers to this large field of industrial
engineering and to reduce the period
of probation and inefficiency that the
average man encounters on going out
into the practical engineering work,
the fundamentals of production meth-
ods are being taught in the Engine-
ering shops.
Introduced By Dean Cooley
When the first of the so called "prac-
tical" courses in engineering were first
introduced to the campus by Dean
Mortimer E. Cooley, much opposition
was encountered by many of the other
faculties. They objected to having a
"blacksmith shop" included as one of
the buildings on the campus. The
shop did remain, however, and has de-
veloped into the well organized de-
partment which is now operated. A
little more than a year ago, Prof.
John Airey, superintendent of en-
gineering shops, instituted production
methods in the machine shop practice
course.
Heretofore each student was made
more or less familiar with the general
working of metal cutting machines by
giving him exercises to do on the in-
dividual machines. The part that he
worked on had no integral connection,
in most cases, with subsequent opera-
tionsthat he might perform on other
machines.
Use rractleal Work
To correct this evil, quantity-pro-
duction shop methods are now being
taught in the engineering machine
shops. Two types of spring spreaders
(devices to facilitate oiling of auto-
mobile springs) are manufactured
from the rough casting to the finished
article. During the semester each
man attends 30 periods of work, each
lasting an afternoon, in each of which
he performs a different single opera-
tion on the spreader. So not only
does he get an idea of the. use of
midchine cutting of metal, but he has
some experience in hardening procest
ses and assembling of parts. In ad-
dition every man is assigned a period
in which he has to handle various
routine work that familiarizes him
with stock keeping and record
methods.
FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
ARRANGES FIRST CONCERT
Christmas vesper services at New-
berry hall will mark the first public
appearance of the Freshman Girls'
Glee club. Before vacation the vari-
ous dormitories and sororities will be
serenaded with Christmas carols.
At the first meeting of the club held
Thursday afternoon the following of-
ficers were elected: Helen W. Brown,
president; !Dorothy Spencer, Secre-
tary and treasurer; and Ruth Halli-
day, librarian.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Phone 9 3 7R

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Shoe Repairing and Laundry Agenoy
We Call For and Deliver

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CORNER

STATE

AND JEFFERSON

A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

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You have been told all about the wonders
of Auto Strop Razors. Why
don't you heed?
"TheQuarry",
G. CLAUDE DRAKE
Proprietor

o X,
Let Us Demonstrate the
Vega Banjo
For You
W E are exclusive agents for this well known make. A
demonstration will not obligate you in the least-rather
prove interesting and of value to youl
The banjo, with its peculiar lilt and sparkling music,
Is one of the most popular musical instruments of the day.
And it can be mastered in a very short time. Large
stock; all models - ranging in price from $35 to $96.
Gibson; Vega and Washburn Mandolins, York
and Grand Rapids Band Instruments. Best
make Hawaiian and American Ukuleles. Ev-
eryting In small musical instruments.
Buescher Saxophones-all models
116 SoUTH MAIN STREET

ASTER
,x EVERY
WRIGLEYS
Newest
Creation A
A delicious
- Peppermint
°a.flavored sugar
Jacket around PeP-
Permint flavored chew-
y ing gum.
n e o
will aid Your a petite
and .digestion, polish
Your teeth and moisten
Yourthroat. B129
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The Flavor Lasts

Daily Want Ads Pay.-Adv.

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THE TURK ISH CiARETTE

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VERY day MURADS
are held higher in the
estimation of the men
who smoke them.
They are the standard of
Taste.
They are 100% pure Turk-
ish tobacco -of the finest
varieties grown.
They never disappoint-
Makers ofthey Hgigt 4':urIrish
and E4jplan COQarnui des i 1 Wrld

never fail-never change-..
You are proud to smoke
them in any company-on
any occasion.
They are the largest sell-
ing high-grade cigarette in
the world.
The cigarette smokers of
America DO prefer Quality
to Quantity.

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Judge for Yourself-!"

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