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SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1926

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EXPERHTONYACUUM
TUDES*TOLECTUREdl
Dar. A. W. Hull, Electrical Engineer,
To Be Brought Here May 13 By
Sltgma Xi Fraternity,
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ASK SENIORS TO PAY
UMNN UES BY JUNE
Seniors, taking out Union life.
memberships,' are urged by El-
liott Chamberlain, '27t, chairman
of the Union life membership
committee, to make final pay-
mnents before graduation in June.
In past years many seniors
either neglect their payments en-
tirely after they have left the

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Registration To
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Final opportuiyfor yB) (,r l fo-IOV
the annual all c(inl11 1f ( i, O) 1.v lc]
is to be held N ed a ('SB; i!1 1beiv
en from 9 unt il 2:;,o u'lo( -t0)AO-
.row at a booth in b o t-IhI'
campus. 'tint ,,ts ;HvY- ;ciad o.
=college -in the ty %xi-[O have
not alreadly registei A fil ,,itthBe
registration (:Tat1' 111n,
stident failng 1to0 1i
will not be allo-v;(d t ,' c. oI,
(lay on the ballot ''. ,l i
jacent coluinhin of The'
its final meeting a Wed tii sd ;;anAtlIan -
tic City, it was lemV11 d ik -a il lt.
Patronize DallyAd e>';.-d.

ryi WILLIAM FAVERSHAM
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(W GUESTS .STAR
THE SQUAW MAN
By d"wluirlillton R-oile Faversham's" Favorite Role
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Sunday, May 91

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THE GARRICK COMPANY
and Ilisting I he Ne r1 Plyr

ANN HARDING

ROLLO PETERS

V I University or postpone them so
At the invitation of the Sigma Xi lnththeners ha i-
S a ternity, Dr. A. W. I-ull, of the re- d rae h mon u osd
a rch laboratory of the General Elec- 3<rby Cabran ttd
try. company, will deliver a lecture on rLf ebrhp a lob
"TheReltionof acuu Tues t iitaken out now by seniors for $50,
Engieerng"Thusdaynigt, ay ~Ior payments started on same for
EineeriengThurs nighudtoriMy13ca correspondlingly higher total i
is announced that tli:' elk will be of d$pn1ng0pn ,heplneadotr
a popular nature and ilutrtd Memberships are $0,oeya
Dii. full has been one of the pio-4 following graduation.
neers in the discovery of the vacuum _-
tube' He is the inventor of the vasti idi lSo et
majority of tubes that are finding theirMe ia o ey
place in the radio field and in ad-
vancedc engineering practice. They in- H-on ors Vlarthin
clude the dynatron, the magnetron,
thle aeotron, and the screen grid four Prof. A. S. Warthin of the patbologi-
electrode tube, andl for the develop- 1 cal department of the Medical school
mient of that tube that makes possible' was elected vice-president of -the As-!
the dispensing with all batteries and sociation of American Physicians at
wsing the lighting circuit as a source t
of current in operating radio sets.,in
the University physics labor'atory, high
fre iency arrplific,911on of two mil- -
lionth fold i., foW,carried on by means'
of, tubes ofP APecial design that were EE~ J Jf5
developed and built under the super- i C101o-
vision of Dr. Hull. By means gof this1-
am1plifier, electrou impacts are made ,'
audible and the measurement of the
charge on An, electron* is made posse- u lc
ble by a new and. independent method. =
It is not generally known, accord- I
ing ,to Prof.. Neil 11. Williams of. the j=
physics department, that as well as Let us put
being an instrument valuable to radio the put
dievelopmenitthe vacuum .tube is 'now l- up the l ch
cap lable of conveying vast amounts of
energy. Tubes ha;vinig an output of= I
more than 100 horse 'power have been that makes the
suce(sslully built and operated. Dr. outing complete.
hull's lecture will, in his opinion be =
valuable, because it will give the audi-= A big variety E
enice .a picture of the importance of the = of choice foods.
Dio t recent; inventions in this field. E
M-EXICO CITY.-Attorney General The Arbor=I
Ortega is preparing a circular letter -o nti
in which hewl-ntrc l isrc .
attorneys to take the steps necessary Phn 95
to the nationalization of church prop', Phne 955
,et' 'jlh1111tI~ lllit1111iti~lI

in F~il1)ert .Emery's Vital P'laly of Toddy
Ann Harding's Big Broadway Success

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The World's U n ique Thieatre
I- Iiot.--G Clet. 9192. lownto-'wn T'icket Office at Grinnell's
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