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CRY 15, 1323

T14E MICHIGAN t)AILY

I~NlNERS OMPETEWHAT'S GOING
A~ ~ ~~~~r NNULEREC ________
WOADC03IFIISI0E~S TOHOLDNOTICE---Copy for this colm
COE~NV UPENTI N the day before publication.
-- I 'ITURSDAY

Highway engineers of the state yes-
terday completed their ninth annual
conference on highway engineering{~
which has been held here for the past
three days under the direction of thtu
engineering college. Attendance reel
ordis surpassed those of previoul1
years;,-it being expected NJiat the reg-
istration: figures will run more thanj
400 men, including county and state'

9 :30)-'Ninth annual conlere
highway engineering, meets
348, Engineering building.
1222:1 -Dental faculty luncheon
ion.
12 :.W03lchigan Roads Cons
Association luncheon in ro
Union.
2 :00-Ninth annual confere

- -7 :30-American institute of Chemical ! -NOTICES f e ter
Engineers meets in the amphitheater All students interested In education IJ Ic~
fN of the Chemistry building. F'. W. are invited to attend the dance and
v ~ Steere speaks on "En gineers and the party at Barbour gymnasium onIl1.1ES
IGas Industry." Feb. 17.
7:30--La Sociedad Hispanica meets In' A free demonstratioir of electropure
in should room 205, University hall. process of pasteurizing milk will be Rachell Sewall's marionettes will be
clock of 7 :30--Chemical Journal club meets InE given at 8 o'clock on Friday, Feb.' the c'fering this afternoon and eve-
room G 436, Natural Science build- 16, at Wurster's electropure cream- ning at the Mimes theater. Miss Se-
ink ery on the corner of First and Lib- wall has given performances through-
S :00--Xnies presents Rachel Sewall; erty streets.'outheatndwlgooDtri
and her Marionettes at the Mimces The book exchange service conducted ou h tadwl ot eri
nee on by the Union will open every day from here for a week's engagement.
theatex.
in room 8 :00-Prof. B. R. Buckinghamn, of, Ohio this week from 4 to 5:30 o'clock. The program for th e matinee per-
State university, speaks cn "Influ- Posters for the VTarsity band concert formance will inrutde a dramatic bal-
fi 111 ULii ences of Size of Class" at Union. j tour must be in the hands of William lad, "George Washington and His
Graulich, 124E, before Saturday. Cherry Tree," Aesop's "Fable of the
Aruction FRIDAY Tickets for tWe Alpha Gamma lDelta Bear and the Peasant," a plantation'
OMn 319, lucTn nU i sorority dance for the benefit of the scene, "Old Uncle Ned, the B~anjo
' 12:1:3-Law facu~lunhoniynin University of Michigan league will Player.", with "pickaninny" dancers,'
Mnee on 4:00-Comedy club holds tryouts for be on sale at Wahir's, Graham's or an old English ballad, "Mr. Bailiff's
in room annual play. at the door in the Union. The dance Daughter of Islington," a scene at the
6 :0D--.harbo~r Springs club meets In will be given on Saturday at 2:30. circus, and an epilogue.
in room room 319, Union.I The evening performance will con-
7:30 -Gun and Blade club meets hI Westerners to Give Party, Tonight sist cf many of the same playlets with
Sewall reading room, Union.Almeanwmnatndgth the addition of a scene from Sophocles
e Mimes .:?4'--AlplI > Nu meets In Alpha Nu University from west of the Mississip- Antigone, a "Gavotte Dance on the
club rooms on the fourth floor c3: ;p1 are invited to the party given by Terrace," and an Italian opera selec-
fleet i ;mvcrsity hall. the Westerner's club at 7:30 o'clock tion, the duet from La Traviate. j
~:0%--Capt. Myron E. Adams and J1. F. I thin evenin~g in Lane hall. The worn- The afternoon performance ill be
in room Ballenger, of Chicago, speak o Y. n members of the club are in charge given at 4 o'clock and the evening
Veterans Bureau students in reading I of the pro-gram, which will precede the performance at 8 o'clock.
tractices, room, Union.; regular meeting of the organization Tickets for both performances are
conven- r :i'4- Presby terian young Peoples' Tang and Tavares have been secured now on sale at the box office of theI
t Union n.:soiety Valentine nnrtyin the Pros- to n .v., v .. mnAiis4,.. inn Mimes theater.!

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SEQ. IT DONE

FRIDAY, S P. M. (Tomorrow)
ITURSTER'S ELEVTROPURE
(RE AME RY

T' Pur Business Men's Lunch
_JDOE PARKER'S
SPE1CIAL SUNDAY DINNER
keonuedy's Orchestra
11:30-4:00
Corriwell Coal Bldg..
STEAMSHIPAGENCY
AIL PRINCIPAL OCEAN LINE.[S
Reservatbons, Tickets, Tours, Cruises
C. E. KUEBLER
MAO i".1st Huronm Phone 1884-J

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First and Liberty Sts.

Students Supply Store

1 I1I1 South University Ave.

road commissioners from all sectional highway engineering meets i
of the state, and eminent authorities 348, Engineering building.
on highway engineering and trans- 2 :00-Phi Delta Kappa meets
port from Pennsylvania, Connecticut{ 302, Union.
Washington, D. C., Maryland, Ohio 3 :30-Mfimes presents Rachel
and Illinois. and her Marionettes at the
As a supplement, to the convention theate..
there will . be'held today the annuma 4:00-Educatlon students n
meeting' of the Michigan associatio: ,6'iTappan hall.
of road commissioners and engiaeer I 4: Y ,llo comittee meets
There will be two sessions, one thfi, 302, Union.
morning' at which time state highwa-1 4 :15--Cercle Francais play pi
commissioner, F. F. Rogers, will pre- 6 :00-Highway engineering
side, a ~nti "tieother this afte~rnon: tion mo~mker and cdinner in

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies. Laundry Agency. Tobaccos

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with M. de, Olopper, the president oj]1D. Burton speaks. byterian church p~arlors.
the association, presiding. I 68:00 -Exchange club dinner In room :OO--Dodo club prescnts play at the
The morning session of the cord 318,. Union. Dodo playhouse at 716 Spring street.
ference yesterday was, mainly given 6:30--Executive committee of Gun and a,8 :1a--Cercle Francais play In Sarah
over to a discussion of the methods oft I Blade club meets in Union.j Caswell Angell hall.
maintenance and construction of ce- 7 :60--Phi Delta Kappa dinner in U- 19 :4,--De. polay dance at Packard ac-
ment concrete pavements. Papers on., ion. ademy.
this subject by El. G. Willenmin of thql
Michigan- state highway department
and Leroy C. Smith, engineer-manager
of the Wayne county board of roael7h - e te t P u
commissioners served as basis for tI e BshMaql s
discussion.,____________________________
Charles J. Bennett, state highwa2]
cmisoe ofCnetutw Ethe first speaker at the afternoon ses- ;
sion, talking on 'Connecticut Traffics ervi e ,U 1t
Investigations". The program of the
afternoon was brought to' a close
when John N. Mackall, chairman and
chief engineer of the Maryland stateĀ°
roads commission spoke on "Methods
of Preventing Overloading of Motor N, .
Trucks". a Y~ljlO 2i~2tff

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TO ATTEND JUBILEE
Scott to Represent University at,
Cambridge

Prof. E. N. Scott, head of the Rhety
oric department, will represent th 1
University at an international jubilee
celebration at Cambridge Universit.4
July 6-10. President Burton announcd
ed his appointment yesterday.
The Earl of Balfour, chancellor or'
Cambridge,, will. preside at the open.,
ing session of the jubilee. One of the
features will be a conference on ex-
tra-mural university teaching.
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Blazing

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Progress

Curiosity may have killed gthe well-known
cat, but it has been underneath most of the
bard-won developments that lastingly benefit
mankind. Once in a great while, perhaps, ac-
cident has been the spark that has lighted
the torch of achievement; but much more
frequently--- always, nearly -- accomplishment,
especially in the field of science and invention,
has, grown out of the insatiable curiosity that
seems to be the heritage of us all. Mankind
wants to know -- and is slowly finding out.
Curiosity, the complement of imagination,
knows no appeasement.
This is, however, no essay on the vague sub-
ject of idle curiosity. There is a vast difference
between that and the, organized, untiring, well-
planned activity which, as an integral part of
Westinghouse organization, searches continu-
ally for the answers to problems which intelli-
gent speculation sets up. This, if. you please, is
curiosity in ita highest: and most intensified
form; and it is a fundamental thing in the West-
inghouse operations.

Research, as we know it, is the guiding hand
upon the purely creative activities of business.
Constantly it brings to. light new aspects of
known laws, new visions of laws yet to be un-
covered. But the search for these is not hap.
hazard nor whimsical; it is organized and planned
as carefully. and thoroughly as any other busi.
ness activity. Whether chemical, electrical, or
physical, it is engineering; and it follows engi..
neering methods and tradition.
Many great enigineers have been wholly at a
loss in this specialized activity. For research,
in a sense, reverses the usual order. Its en.
deavor is to discover unknown laws in the known
facts-a thing which is quite at variance with
ordinary engineering practice. Yet ther~e is a
fine type of engineering mind which finds its
great opportunity in this kind of work. And to
that type of mind, and that 'type of man, re-
search beckons with an unimistakable hand.
It is engineering pioncering; it blazes trails for
progress, to new triumphs, in a wiiderness into
whose outskirts man has scarcely penetrated.

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