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SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1925
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I PEK O ADRES ILooks For Farms FOTDARNME
PEEK TOMUSS n Ocean'scloIOEUM R
aye' ENGIEESTESAYWILL SEA HR
'I~gi1liing quid Othier High Voltage ljr. Poo o &Columbijja IVMTa11rlk on1
I'lieInonl" Will be Subject "Rel Ikatiity V. Grait"
Of Speech I 1' 'en1eday
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WILL ILLUSTRATE TALKI f OPPOSES EINSTEIN
SSpeaking on the subject of "Light- Dr. Charles Lane Poor, distil-r
ing and Other Higlx Voltage Phentom- guished astronomer and lprofessor of
A'na.' W. Peek, "Jr., consulting en- '+{ .;".#r;:: :h celestial mechanics n Columbia Unii
jIgineer of the General Electric corn- Yft ^;\;;:::z y k versi ty, will give a lecture Wednesday
pany, will address members of the ! .::,;",:.: afternoon in t atural Science auditor-
a: American Institute of Electrical En- iumz. Dr. Poor's subject will be "Rde-
§ gineers and the general public next ativity vs. Gravity."
5 Tuesday night in Naturar Science and-I1 h Almost since te annoncemtent of
~:itorium. !.. ~Einstein's theory, Professor Poor has
Mr. P'eek is said to be an outstanzd- a,; pointed out difficulties in. the accep-
~'ing authority on high voltage Phenom- , tance of this theory and the fallacies
ena. He has directed extensive ep-f on which he believes it to be founded.
4p perimnents on pressure up to two mil- His book "Relativity vs. Gravitation"
i lion volts, and his work has resulted . 'gives anl exposition of the philosophy
.In the'formation,,and establishment ofI and the mechanics of the theory.
laws concerning corona, effects ofI1 Sevral recent researches are be-
lightning on 'transmission lines, and l (lieved to have administered a blow to
D line insulation problems. Many in- ..t Einstein's theory, and Professor Poor
¥ventions along this line and several . will discuss the investigations made
ttext books dealing with the subjects "_" by Dr. Dayton C. Miller, of Clve-
Hof lightning and high voltage research Lieut.-Cont. George E. Brandt, ll. S" land, and those made by himself. He
ire credited to °him. will attemtpt to show how photo-
l For the past few years Mr. Peek N., has been placed in command of the ; ___________________
has been conducting experiments in- U. S. S. Rainbow, which wi
"lvolving heavy transmission lines with miake extensive exploration in the;l paau xedn 15000 nGl fMxc adCrbenwt
I cost.th object of determining whether the PIIIITT I~
S Mr. Peek will illustrate many of heis ocean's floor can be(eveloped as ,alllli it.LH
!iWexperiments by motion pictures (mm'- future food source.
Whereveitisarmandwhereve
big is ectue Tesdy niht.Al-one goes at Palmt Beach or Miami ad
though the bect is largely of in- Foresters Select other resorts, whether at the beaches
terest toectia engineers and~ or the races, or the other amusement
physicists, the general public As in- i O fficers For Yeaori entrs, the dance pavilions or the'
a vited to attend., The lecture will1hoes he finds the Panama hat a
star at ;45 'clok. conspicuous feature among the well,
str't745ocok At their recent election of offcer- ;(dressed of the moving crowds. Get
"_ the Forestry club nmued Otto Kionig. out your 'bId discarded Panama or'
t Library .ExhzOits 1'25, president; J. x-. Hanley, '28, vie send for it and we will clean, bleach
" l Preident;Ruth Whittier, '26, scre and reblock it with all new trimmings
Papers Relating tary;sad IntH;ie, 16 resrr "o it wil be just like new. We do
regular factory work and use no acids
s To Be u a c as!hese officers will assume their ]lCw to injure the hiat.
duisish al FACTORY HAT STORE'
1 Mausciptsandpublshe doc- i617 Packard St.
Manscips ndpubiseddou- Chicago, May 22.-Crime costs about (here D. U. R. Stops t State)
mets relating to Beaumarchais, theI $$,1,500,0c0,000 annually. spe-ilmto rne h ie -Adv.
eAmericaibin the oRevolution, compose
1William L. Clements library. TheIETBIHD11
documents shown reveal the work of i
° 13eaumiarchais in supplying the sinews
' of war from the French arsenals be-
fore the formal treaty of alliance of
S1778.
In the summer of 1924, Prof. Gilbert i-
Chinard, of Johns Hopkins university, ~'9 1
and identified several of the mane- rii0a!-t
Sscripts shown as hitherto unknownMAMOAVNECRFRT-UTHS 9T
and-'unpublished documents extend-', iSN V NEW OFOT-FURHST
lukig Materially the knowledge of Beau-I
C' marchais andl his activities. J'l hn 4ur~ -il80
A potio oftheprinted sources are
Zdisplayed, including William Gordons'
41 "Sermon Preached Before the Ilon-' Our Recpresenitative will be at the
orable House of Representatives,"
t"Watertown, 1775, illustrating the con- HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
fidence of the colonials that the
SFren~ch would aid their cause. Arthur? Monday,Tusa an We edy
L Iees's Appeal to the Justice and in- Tuesday 2, 2 and Weneda
Sterests of the People of Geat Britain,"Ma 2526 nd 7
London, 1774, assures its readers that
"there is not a part of the world upon with Samples of Ready-made Clothing,
which France looks with more atten-Funsig, " HasndSo
.~tive eye than upon America." The li- uisngHtadShe
brary has all five editions of this for ,Summer
" work.
9PPOINTSend for "The Replenishment of the.Wardrobe"
APON A AESLITTLEBUILDING PLAZA BIACNH UANWPORT
J TREMONT COR. BOLSTON C 0 U 1 T Y R 0 A D 220 BLLEVUC AVEU
AT INRMR1B;U T____ __ _-__

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graplhs madle(luring the eclipses of !Le tOnlyoc ed about 200 atteinded the lecture.
the sun which are said to support Th lcture was given undler the aLUs- I
the Einstein theory, have been incor-! Add To Camp Fund , pices of the Student Council.
redly interpreted. The studies on I~-ltilte W n d
the drift of the ether which have now P'atroiiizre Daily Advertisers - jh W nt Ad
been concluded by Dr. Miller have Prces rmth ado etuelys.-Adv.
been presented before the Ntoa given in Hill auditorium last week
Academy of Sciences in Washington. xwihaone o$0 aebe
Dr. Poo wil tll of hes in e~i a- turned over to the Student Friendship __ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __e__ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ __D__ll_ __
Dr.Poo wil ellof hes ivesigaIFund.
ions.j .

Dr. Poor' is recognized L y many as
the foremost scientific authority in
A merica alho is openly opposing the
Einstein theory. Iie diid his graduate
wor'k in astronomy at Johns. Hopkins
i.'niversity.
Minneapolis,.Alinn., AMav '22.--Elex en
foreign com itrie:; are repiresented a,
the I'niver-;IlV or1 AM cso: a t~h is year
by 4S students.
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Appointments for intramural man- flIIIIt11f11I111tiftl!tlIilllllllll~t llltlii1111H
~agerships for 1925-26 were made at-
i~the annual Intramural banquet held
Thursday night at the Union. -w
Phillip B. Snyder, '26, was named
Smanager; Myron D. Stein, '26, asso-
ciate manager; amnd Melvin A. 01:, 2
'27, E. Grant Pinney, '27, 'Julian N.
Goldman, '27, and William M. Mazer, - /
'27, assistant managers. .
Short addresses wvere given by Prof.-
- E. I). Mitchell, director of the Intra-__ 4
mural (department,, and Dr. John Sund-":_
wall, director of the division of hy-
giene, public health, and physical ed- =-
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