'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1925:
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Professors Bla'nchiard, Swintoni,
Others to Glye Courses i
GIVEN DURING WINTER
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard of the
civil engineering department, has an-E
punced that the following profes-
sional, short period, advanced courses,
will be offered by the division of high-
way engineering and highway trans-I
port (luring the winter session of.
Highway engineering financing,
:management, and organization (C.E.
77) will be given by Prof. R. S. Swin-
ton,, while American and English
highway transport methods (C.E. 81)
will be given by Professor Blanchard
in the period from Dec. 7 to 18, 1925.
During the Christmas holidays fromi
Dec. 21 1925, to Jan. 1, 1926, highway'
transport and economic surveys (C.E.
67) will be presented by Professors
Blanchard and Swinton, while a
course on quarry and gravel plants,
and gravel and broken stone roads!
(GC.E. 72) will be given by Prof. Roger
From Jan. 4 to 15, three courses
will be offered: bituminous surface
treatments, bituminous macadam, bi-
tumainous concrete,, and sheet asphalt
pavements (G.E. 68), by Professor;
Blanchard; interrelationship of high-
way, railway, and waterway transport
(G.E. 80), by Prof. H. E. Riggs and
Prof. J. S. Worley; and public. utility
pro'blems, (.E. 86), by Professor
-Between Jan. 18 and 29, there will
be offered courses in: brick, cement-
concrete, stone block, and wood block
vavements (G.E, 73), by Professor
MdT.;rrisoi;' highway engineering theory
andl design (G.E. 76, and highway
transport mamagement (G.E. 84), both r
by Professor Swinton. r t
in the session from Feb 1 to 12, the .,
following courses will be opened:
highiway laboratory research (G.E. 69),
by Pr~bfessor Morrison; highway
structures (G.E. 79), by Profs. Lewis
M. ,ran and J. H. Cissel; and mech-
anism, operation,. and maintenance of
moto trcs tmro .ctt'~s_ and ,.,rAipr. !
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA. -I
Corduroy trousers of an orange hueI
have been adopted by the junior en-!
ginecers at Oklahoma university as.
their official insignia.
UNIVERSITY OF PETNNSYLVAN-
IA.- All freshmen caught violating
any of the tradlitions at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania must carry a
placard bearing the name of the of-
fender and the nature of the offense.
OHIO STATE UNIVEIRSI'PY.-Mjss
Edith -Brillant, a co-ed at this uni-
versity is the sole proprietress of the
Ohio-B news service, furnishing cam-
pus news and features to the news-
papers. She opened her business
with $4.50 worth of paper and is now
sending some 140 papers to all parts
of the country with news of the activ-
ities of students from their respectiveE
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A railroad, 1 45 miles long, will bo
built at once from HIa3'ibin to lailun-
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Thursday, best seats, $2. Sat. Mat., 50c to $2.50
Tel. Cadillac, 8705
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Male Choru, of 6o Girl Chorus of 35
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Finral Performance Nov. 14,
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As a special every Wednesday we
feature Raisin Bread made' with
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Army air service is wrapiped llnenw glory as a result of expert
piloting of these two( men in Pulit zer and Schneider international pla ne
aces. Left, Lt. J. H. Doolittle, right, Lt. Cyrus B~ettis, winner of Pulitzer
News From Other Colleges
(C.E. 40), by Prof.. W. E. Lay. "'---_ _________________
Between Feb. 22 and March 5, Pro-1 NVRIP FDNE.~V~~1 nlsn
fessor Riggs will give a course in UNVRIYO EVR-Pc-I;,astc 7rshitoutsnde-
highway specification, contracts, and ern college women cannot hope to I.iflelVt~s for you ;always have to tell
jurisprudence (G.E. 71), while Profes- win a man, Prof. W. F. 111 lcc had E i~ty~ hnko e.
sor Swinton will present one in high- of the English department at the Uni-1
way transport costs and record sys- versity of Denver has decided, just by l1 I'I tSITY OF CA141i'ORNIA. -;
terns (G.E. 82). saying, "Good night," when they part.; I lelen1 Wills, national women's ten-
From March 8 to 19, four studies Nor is this farewell sufficient for f lie; nis champion, although only begin-
will 'be offered, namely: highway en- college man. He believes that " each E cing her junior year here has been
gineering, theory, and design (G.E. one must have command of Euglishi I elected to liii Beta Kappa.
76), by Professor Swinton; grading I
machinery and operations, drainage
systems, and earth and sand-clay SE IA-
roads (G.E. 78), by Professor Mor-R M N TO
rison; highway transport legislation 7Tt'
(.E. 79), by Professor Blanchard; y ~R F B E
and traffic engineering 'andl its appli-$4
cations to street design and city 1'yJe~x rilers lntEl(.
planning (.E. 85), by Professor - Special Pates to Students.
Blanchard, F. L.w i T.lH~ld
D rinvg the period from Dec. 7, 1925, 71;5 haven Phone 6,44
to March 19, 1926, three courses will
be opened, namely: bituminous ma-j
terials (C.E. 74), by Professor Mor- I _
rison; and .highway engineering +.~-8 ''- '' i",' ", ~C-'"- *
seminars (C.E. 75 and 83), both by ----°- - °
IProfs. Blanchard, Mrrison, and SwinO EH N R DAN IT-ER
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GI That from April on to June, and moving picture. It is an d~
P Lexington and Concord, American epic and needs no wl I
AN Arlington and Cambridge, with retelling. 'Today Lexington and h eiet ln h ieo ocr r hie fte g
40 the famous: march from Boston nation, and this year thousands~
to Concord in 1775, are playing more will mnake their pilgrimage r'
Shost to the American Nation? to these historic spots. It is said 4
ti. This is the sesquicentennial of that the guest book of the
' the coloni'sts' first armed resin- Hancock-Clarke House at i
tance to the mother country. Lexington contains more signa- '°
~ The events of that memorable tunes than any other historic
~~I day are celebrated in verse, story place in the country. T eJ h a cc sp ri ual neetdi
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