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rAGs TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY t~ITNDAY, MAY 2, 1926

NOTED AERONAUT 1
WILL TALK HERE
Winner Of International! Balloon Illace
To Address Aeronautical Society
At Meeting Tuesday Night
HOLDS NATIONAL TITLES
Latest developments in lighter-ihan-
air craft will be reviewed by Ralph
H. Upson, chief engineer of the Air-
craft Development corporation of De--
troit, before a meeting of the Aero-
nautical society at the Union Tues-
day night. The Aircraft Development I
corporation Is negotiating with the
goyernment at the present time for a
contract calling for the construction
of an all-metal dirigible.
Mr. Tipson has spent most of his
life in the field of aeronautics, mak-
ing an intensive rsearch in areody-
namics and airship engineering during
the six years preceding the outbreak
of the World war in 11114. In 1913,
1919, and 1921 he won the American
national balloon race; in 1913 he gain-
ed first place for the- United States
as her representative in the interna-
tional races. Mr. Upson also flew the
first United States Navy coast patrol
airship in a demonstration flight from
Chicago to Akron.
At the beginning of the World war,
-Mr. Upson was placed in charge of
the e~igineering department of the
Goodyear Tire and Rubber company.
During the six years he held this p0-
sition the company prgduced ipost of
the balloons and airships used by th
United States in her military opera-
tions.
Mr. Upson served the government
a~ a. member of the- United States Navy
design mission to Europe at the close
of the war. In 1922 he was made
chai'rman of the lighter-than-air divi-
sion of the Aeron~uticaI Safety Code
commission of the flu reau of Stand-
ards.
The meeting will follow immediately
4t~r a dinner to be given at the
Union in Mr. Upson's honor.
For every aiticle br Bale, there 18
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Architects Will Approve Award To
Ostberg On Swedish Edifice-Larch

-In commenting on an article in yes-
terday's Daily saying that Ragnor
Ostberg has receive(l the world's great-
est architectui-al honor, Prof. Emil
Lorch, of the architectural college,
stated that the news woul(l be receiv-
ed with hearty apr)roval by all arch-
itects acquainted with his work.
''The building is ~i Civic monument
lflarkc(I hr deep sincerity and true art-
istic feeling," said Professor Lorchk
"and -has an originality of the kind
which is constructive rather than rev-
olutionarv. The studies for this struc-

ture oc~upied several years, as the
site was irregular and involved dif-
ficultie~ of planning and massing
which have been overcome in a re-
markably skillful manner. The build-
ing stands at the entrance of the har-
bor and from a consideralMe distance
is marked by a high tower. This tow-
er is to Stockholm what the Cam-
panile has so long been to Venice.
The assembly halls, offices and corri-
dors are arranged about open courts.
"The important rooms are dignified
and rich In treatment and are true to

the European tradition in municipal EERLIX.-The 205,000 dogs in Ber-
buildings," continued Professor Lorch. j liii must now carry their owners' call-
"The great courts of the exterior of ing cards around with them.
the building are to a large extent of
brick, with other materials Used for
emphasis and relief; throughout tlwret RAE
is evidence of great thoughtfulness I -
and rare skill in craftmanship. The 1100 1 (ABSON
hall is a true embodiment of what is (Not a Scotelinian)
best in the arts of Sweden Compar- 1ii -
ed with many other structures of re-
cent years, it is modest In size, which ~ TIlE WEST"
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makes the award all the more signi-
ficant, for it is based on the attain- Ilso a KomIk
ment of that quality in architecture
a-nd the allied arts which, along with I "NEPTUNE'S
the functioning of the structure, makes STEPI)AUGILTER"
architecture the most significant of the
arts."

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