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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1926

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B erman Invents Internal Combustion Engine
For Motor Vehicles, Utilizing Unrefined Oii

Prof. H. C. Anderso n Predicts Possible
Use Of Crude 0Oil -otors For Passenger.(.'. . . .
MAY OPEN STUDY HERE
In eadt h elcmn fthe gasoline'-driven automobile by aI
heavy oil-burning motor car, Prof.i
ItC Anderson, head of the mechani-S
d al engineering department, express-
dthe opinion yesterday that,' while f
'there is a tremendous movement
t iroughout the w orld tow ard the ii:: :.....ve n l c m u t o e g in- c
B urns unrefined oil, the immnediate;
~ossibilities will be confined to thle I * :;z
ligh'er powered1 vehicles, such as loci-4
motives and steamships. Research, in:
the more remote future," he added,
'.may bring the use of the Diesel en-
ine to the automobile and even to
the deroplane."
An oil engine, developed in Germianyt
for use in motor trucks is attracting
d'on siderable attention in automotive
circles. The motor has six cylinders 1. 1. orrison, and a photo of ai
and in early tests is said to have per- ttts
formed very creditably. The motor,
'which is shown above, is of the gen- and the inexpensiveness of the fuel
q~ral type used at present in motor used, have brought forth claims that
ships and locomotives, the new motor will permit automobile
Stating the mechanzical engineeringI operation 60 to 80 per cent cheaper1
4eiartment was interested in the de- than present dlay costs. According to
*elopment of the Diesel engine, Pro- L. H1. Morrison, author of "The Diesel
fessor Anderson explained that an ef- Engine", the modern motor car run-
frt~ is being made to obtain a spec-' nfing under ordinary conditions is only
*,list to fill a professorship .here for IFive per cen~t efficient, thus leaving I
the subject of heavy oil motors. For ' room for enormous improvement. Al.-I
se'veral years the Regents have made though the modern motor car is. a
4P appropriation for this purpose, but F marvel. of synchronizatipn and runs
the competition of industrial plants smoothly, Mr. Morrison believes that
111s preventedl the University from the Diesel engineer has gone much
c crying out its designs. further than the motor car engineer,
" Experiments, already made with the who has not introduced any radical
Diesel engine throughout the world, changes since 1910.

greater horsepower per pound of
weihtmaybeeliminated i tenew
In general, experts predict that,
_when the dieselized car is constructed,
it will have a much greater life than
the gasoline motor, be practically
;troulbleproof, and show' greater power
at much lower. costs.
At the present time, Diesel engines
are being used for locomotives. es
lpecially for switching, and y'ard work.
f For long dlistance runs, this type of
locomotive has shown renmarkable ef-
ficiency. On the Canadian NationalE
railroad, a car has been runa for one
aind one-half cents' a mile, according{
to J. C. B~arnaby, operating engineer,!
of the Worthington Pump' and Ma-
chinery company, who witne~ssed the
tests of the Diesel-electric car which
ran from Montreal to. Vanicouver in
67 hours, actual running time, the
fastest cross-country run ever made.I
fit was explained that with half fare
set at one andl one-half cents, a child
as a passenger would pay the total
fuel expenses of the car.
MADRID. - Foreign Minister Yan-~
guas announced that Spain has tacit-j
ly agreed to support Poland in herj
claim for a permanent seat on the
League of Nations council.

r~~n inn rrr caise at. Grand Rapids this afternoon, Columbia university,, coming to the
OLILL90HESI speaking on "The Intellectuals." The University this, semester where hie is
Alliance Franicaise is an organizationi conducting two courses, one in Eng-
R hflPlfhflIlish and one in French. The Eng;-
g ~ APID ~ for the furtherance of interest in the, lish course, "Chief Anmerican Poets
6 1 Fench language. !of Today"has an enrollment of morn
IProfessor Cestre has the degree of{ than 20 and the course in' French,
P rof. C'harles ('estre, non-resident ; octcur-cn-Lettres, and is professorI "La Societe Franchise Contemiporaino
lecturer at the Iuniversity this seznes- of American literature and civilization d'apres la Litterature et 'd('apres la
ter, will address the Alliance Fran- at thne Sorbonne.- He was formerly at Vie," an enrol lmenit of more than 40.
ITY HATEmO !N DAY--T"UE SDAY
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:x oil-engine develolwd in Germiaiiv for

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t The principle inherent advantages
t whigh have been secured in the new
motor is the use of low-priced fuels,
} and the freedom, from carburetion1
> Iprblesspark plugs, and ignition-
I mechanism. The high, speeds neces- I
rsary in the gasoline motor to securel

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"Remarkable for its story and powerful presen-
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If"Stolen Frui""
With These Three Stars
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