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October 20, 1922 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-20

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'Gargoyle" Glib In
Gleeful G u r g l e s Pawlowski Sys 1200 Miles An
reHour Is Possible Speed In Air
From the colored cover on the{
front, to the last joke on the final "It is entirely possi le that a speed sor Pawlowski was very enthusias-
page, the October number of the Gar- of 1200 miles an hour will be attain- tic. He believes that very soon a per-
goyle appeared yesterday as purely ed within the next twty-fiv years,, son in ordinary circimstances will be
and simply a Freshman number- f able to afford an airplane. At pres-
pure as possible for the Gargoyle, declared Prof. F. W. Pawlowski of ent one may purchase an aeroplane
and as simple as the freshmen them- the aeronautical, en ering depart- from the government for less than
selves. ment, yesterday, spe g of the re- $250Q, and mass, production similari

First and foremost is the cover de- cnpropnecy of -regnet'that
sign. It is by James house, '23, and it within this time an aeroplane ,will
is good. These two statements have encircle the world Jn -twenty-four
gone together in speaking of the Gar- hours. "This is the speed which would
goyle for some time. Contrasts are be necessary to accomplish the feat.j
well played in this cover with the It would seem that the aviattor wouldI
timid freshman and the bold knight be flying faster thaa,,,h earth is
showing the faults of the other. The turning, so to him the sun would ap-
frontispiece is, also by' James House pear to be going in the wrong direc-
and is interesting as frontispieces 'go.Ition."
"The Freshman Primer" is abso- Record is No Surprise
lutely, horribly, and delightfully sim- Commenting on the Mt. Clemens
ple. If the minds of the first year men races, Professor Pawlowski said,
were ever so naive they could not help "The new world's speed record ofI
but understand this primer. Of like 248.5 miles per hour as' iade by Lieu-l
nature are the "Frosh Club" and tenant Maughan is not a surprise to
"Aunt! Lena's Bedtime Story." those in the field of aeronautics. This
They editorials of the issue lack the record has served onlyt convince the
pep that made those of last year so layman, concerning a- belief which,
readable, as does also the Preface has been prevalent with us for a good'
page that rises from the pen of while-that there is no limit to the
"Preffy." The almanac is readable and speed which may be attained in the
laughable. air.
The cartoon of Professor Wenley, "Experimentation with gliders is of
of the philosophy department, as practical value only in so far as it
printed on the editorial page, not only may help in improving t he construe-
has- aroused' the mirth of his many tion and better proportioning of the
s vital parts of the plane. Gliders uti-
tents from the professorthimself. lize ascending air currents and it is
"The present generation is so de- not remai4able that they have stayed
"The stgeerain is sor ein the air for more thanto hours.
prayed," he stated in a lecture yes-1 It is simply a matter of starting at an
te'rday, "as to enjoy jazz and Gar- elevated position and gliding down a
goyle cartoobs." Professor Wenley valley in which the air current is go-
added that he went home and, for ing in the opposite direction. If the'
the first time in many years, looked wind doesn't change, one may circle
into a mirror. R. A. B. and even ascend, thus being enabled
to remain in the air for a long time.
GIVEN COVETED WORKS 'Gliding' has great possibilities as a
sport, but is of fery little commercial
use."

tto that of the. Ford Motor company
will bring about a tremendous reduc-
tion in prices. "The field of aero-
nautics P. enlarging vo r'y," he said.
"Members of the last graduating
class from the University have all ob-
tained excellent aeronautical positions
with industries, with the National Ad-
visory commission for aeronautics,
and with the Bureau of Standards.
LThis has not been so in previous
years."
Graduates Form Plans for Year
More than 160 graduate students
met }Wednesday night in Barbour
gymnasium to elect officers and dis-
I cuss a program for the school year.
Prof. Alfred H. Lloyd, Dean of the
Graduate School, spoke on cultural
education.
The following officers were elected:
Pres., T. L. Purdom, Instructor in the
School of Education; vice pres.,
Clare Hamel; sec., Miss Howe, social
director of Adelia Cheever house:
treas., ., L. Fink. y
Will Observe "Forget-Me-Not Day"
Bay City, Oct. 18.-"Forget-me-not
Day," to be observed nationally Nov.
4, will be marked by a fitting program
here. Disabled war veterans will take
part.

--- -- WOMEN ORGANIZE 1that a large number of girls will now
Invalid Student REPUB LIC AN C LU B sign up for the election, Nov.7.
Canoes To Health ,oresters Plan Annual Publictaon
Efforts are being put forward by en- Work on the annual publication of
thusiasts of the Republican Club of the Forestry club was started last
By paddling a canoe 1200 miles in 3 night at its regular bi-monthly meet-
six weeks, and earning his way en the University toward the organiza- ing. This publication, which will be
sixes, atnd Htion of a separate club of the same na- published in the spring, covers the
ture for women. Until this is consu- activities of the forestry department
sity of Wisconsin student, . found a mated, arrangements have been pro-- during the year. Elections were also
way this summer to build up his held at the meeting for the entertain-
health and prepare himself to con - vided, whereby Republican women of heda h etn o h neti-
thethan prlaeigmibfleco- ent, attendance, and executive com-
tinue his college course. the eligible voting age will be taken m attees.n
Convalescing from infantile paraly- care of at the coming election. For-_
sis and too weak to walk any distance this purpose a booth has been install- 1 Halloween decorations, place cards,
he started out alone in June, and pad- ed in the corridor immediately adjoin- etc. at Wahr's University Bookstore.
died down the Yahara, Rock, and Mis- ing the women's entrance in the -Adv.
sissippi Rivers and returned up the Michigan Union. Here, girls may reg-
Illiois, Hennepi Canal and Rock ister and through this medium blanks
River. He returned robust, strong and for absentee voters will be supplied. A REAL GOOD MEAL
ready for college work. with more Beatrice Campbell, '23, who is in CHOP SUEY - STEAKS
money than he had when he started. charge of this work, has stated that IEverythig good at
tup to the present time the girls have
shown little spirit and enthusiasm. 314S . State-Second Floor
RUBBER WANTED 1 With these arrangements it is hoped
Man wanted who has had ex-
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athletes. Report to E. J. Math-
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She's going
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What is considered one of the finest
pieces of (typography ever done in
America has been presented to the
University library by Mrs. A. W. Wat-
kins of this city. The gift is a three
volume edition of Florio's translation
of Montaigue. It was done by the
Riverside press under the personal
supervision of Bruce Rogers, who is
acknowedgedto be America's foremost
exponent of the art of printing.. The
set is extremely rare, and it has long
been the, hope of the University to ob-
itai one. Although not ,yet on exhibit,
the volumes may be seen on request-
Ironwood Prepares to Receive Legion
Ironwood, Oct. 18.-Ironwood for-
mer service men already are making
plans for the next annual meeting of
the Michigan department of the
American Legion, to be held here in
the autumn of 1923.

Planes Will be Common in Future
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