THE MICHIGAN DAILY
BnEFRSU PROCEE8 DS lROBERTS ADVISE
TOn JV TER LEAGVE "Choose your job in the sameman-!
ner that you should attack any other'
i1.y i UImpor tn(tproblem; first, get the facts, arrange
'el CslanC° o tQ Cap During ;teinheorder of their importance,
lPttof Year and then reason your conclusions
through in the same analytical man-!
af P AY HOUSE ner which you were taught to use in
a.UILItLAY HOUS school," is the advice of E. B. Rob-
erts, of the educational department of
Proceeds fronm Will Rogers' lecture the Westinghouse Electric and Manu-
have gone into the treasury of the facturing company in an article writ-
Michigan Theater league, announced ten by him for engineers on "Choose
Your Job as You Chose Your Course."
Prof. 0. J. Campbell of the English Plenty of work remains to be done by
literary departmnent. engineers, claims Mr. Roberts, for up
"It is the purpose of the league," to the present, only 43 percent of the
saidl ProfeSSor' Campbell, "to bring people of the United States live in
to the (anipus, at various times, electrically lighted houses; less than
diiferent plays and personages. But two percent of the railway mileage
tie fundamental aim of the organiza- of this country has been electrified;
lion is to build for Michigan a metro- only a fraction of our water power has
lpohtan theater that will be of credit been exploited; and estimates say that
to the University." within the next 10 years, the total
The Michigan Theater league was output of electrical energy will be
first organized for sponsoring a stock three times that of the prsent.
company to tour the state presenting Classifies Engineering
plays. But this purpose gave way to Major types of engineering work.
the greater enterprise of building a!
$750,000 Michigan theater, Professor ens. "The Chicken Wagon Family,"
Campbell asserted. Barry Benefield, and "Beau Geste," P
A few years ago the Cleveland Play C. Wren.e
Ilouse company came to Ann Arborl
and presented a series of plays under
the auspices iof the league. Trs.
Fiske and her company appeared last
year also through this organization. AN O
SENGINEERING STUDENTS TO USE METHOD courage to act on the conclusion ability,is a funda Ia s interest in
, / reached by his study. the .investigative.. ide.of} 8centii~c
D IN COLL EGE WH EN SEA RCH ING FOR EMPLOYMENT; "Rerch might be call;e p"oeer workdnswh.r itretdinf
,e '' E 1 T i 1 SEA CHING A lii L~J~in TosTe resarch worker mustebe w"Sudents who are interested in fac-
i close harmony with the designing tory management, are offered many
and application engineers. The piime opportunities by manufacturing or-
are classified in six divisions by Mr. ship propulsion, or practically any supervise, until the raw material fab- requisite, in addition to the technical ganizations.
Roberts; commercial, application, de- technical problem. ricates into the finished product. The
sign, research, works management, Talks of Designer s e young mnan wino would succeed in
and service engineering. "The engineer who conceives the machinery design mrust have a strong
"Commercial engineering offers a idea of the machine, makes the cal- liking for construction; that is the
field of varied opportunity," he. de- culations involved, and who is re- most important requirement. He must
dared. "A young man choosing this sponsible for the performance of the also have a desire to know and to Ma rt in a iier
division should have engineering finished product, is called the designer. know thoroughly, as well as having
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personality commanding confidence,
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selling in every detail; its manu-
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workmanship entering into the con-
struction, and performance. He should .
also know the applications and re-
quirements of the users.
"The application engineer works up Women's
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and goes into the field to assist his Silk and
salesmen. He is essentially a consult- Wool PAIRS
ing engineer for his customers. It is
his duty to see that the apparatus is
correct as specified. The application
engineer furnishes the design engineer
the requiremnits as to capacity, size,
and function of the apparatus. His
activities may pertain to the trans-!
mission, generation, and distribution
of power, electrification of railroads,
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Our mid-winter disposal of discontinued patterns and
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THREE BOOKS OF
This week's "Liberty" pmblishes an
article, "The Three Most Interesting
Books I have Ever Read," which con-
tains the photograph of Mr. Howard
11. Seward, '14, member of the '11, '12,
'13, and '14 track teams, and inter-col-
legiate track champioi in '14. As
Division sales m-anager of the adver-
tising department, Mr. Seward gives!
the information that the three most!
interesting books he has ever read
are: "The Tale of Two Cities," Dick-
The Representative of the A. Nash Clothing Com-
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topcoats, priced at $23.00_for topcoat or three-piece suit--
$29.00 with extra trousers.
Call 21073 for appointment.
Tweeds-Patterned after imported English patterns
by the American Woolen Mills.
English Greys, Worsteds, Serges, Cheviots
Anglo-Persian, 9x12 ......
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