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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATT,.'N.DAY, MAY 1-1, 19-27

DAILY SATIiIRDAY, MAY~ 14, 1 ~27

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FILM. WILL SHFOW,
USE AND WORKINGs
OCF OX YGEN TORCH
Those interested in the scientific
processes connected with the mnanu-.
facture of liquid air, the welding of
various metals, the working and me-.
chanism of the oxyacetylene torch,
and a number of other technical de-E
vices, will have the opportunity to
see these processes in motion this at-
ternoon at 4 o'clock in Room 1042 East
Engineering Building. A motion pic-
ture, prepaied by the 'United States'
Bureau of :Mines, in co-operation with
the Air Reduction Sales Company, will
demonstrate the above scientific top-
The film is thought to be of pat:-
ticular interest to anyone wishing to
become acquainted with the oxyacety-
lene torch, as it includes demonstra-!
tions of the manufacture of acetylene,
gas; how the high temperature of
6300 degrees F., which is necessary to
the operation of the torch, is produc-
ed; how steel and cast iron are cut;
how oxygen 1 res holes through steel;
how the oxydlcetyleife torch is adaptedi
to mechanical cutting and welding;
and how welding and cutting ?era-
tions of great economical value are
performed in some of the country's
greatest industrial plants, and rail-
road shops..
Preceding the showing of the film,
a dlemonstration will be made.

Queer Nunresser Insi g-ia Adorns Plane
Of Da xi _ ren ch Tians-Atlantic Flyer,
r.
Catan(Tiie''nea rf - hon tu qngbsiet1 trne-n
sinao hsiLfae riial~icl~oe.TeisinaMhihhsdeoae
al o unese'sfrmr lne, osit o asu~ adcrsboes cf
finandburnng ahiie~tpaited ni blak hart

HOUGHJ~ WILL TALK
AT CLUBBANQUET
jDr. TLynn TIn l~rold I]I otigh pa i~s'io:, o"
tlhe C t!II l etllodlisi-;l hi' ~
c urch linl Detro i..;]] ll obrr i'l-_,
G Peecli in J£'":i nh ( rv tit:,
j nlin speech at. I h'mlannual l~~
of thbe C (Siiil)olit an l ub. i3,atG, oc'l~~(
Pu esd ayin t i'Lrsat'iau(a h
Hlis .sibec't xviii be "A I . aan u:,f
i ! 'wi fnly Minds8.''rolio ving the <aple~l
the"c' Will be aa 11 i. a1] oh lof I
ne w oflcer s of the eci l.
Dr. I-Hon gh is one of the ]e;:' 'hi ag i11-
isters5 of the1 Unitedl sta tes al.1d omne.of
thme few ininL-fters who lhas sinout more

than ten a ingle congre-
,at ion. I.11,as ben a lader in the
lovelnenltfor aill) ~ adi f h
'osropclPan Stn *ilat, and ii Nvwaf(-to h
"'reason that the lub '111)lo0se 1han as1,(,i'
peakher of the eventing. {
D r fa'. 11 "11 w a s fo r a t i me Ilie lr'e s-?;
~:mmd ~isw itt en mane','boobs on thll(
log1;, l sabjeel s, aal t'Lens ';v thimsub-
lee! s ; 't0 to0do wtk a i1manner of.
'living and of life,.lHe ha;, traiveled ex-
Ie'llsively and has delivered lechltres in
il nlart s co.,"the «world. J14e Was the'
r eel arer of thec Lindg-ren Foundation
of Northw eet;,r university inl 1918.

.-10 deliveredl. lctures : in all parl,; of!PI'r>n :,AOlro St1te uivers :ity on F'i-
:urope (on the 1mraland spiritual day, Nay Ili,
a.:11s oi the \World War. - ___- __--- __----
The ot)licers who are to be installed! lIOWA---Dr1. E1tayr2ond 1ughes .,pres,-
at tbIlCt' eetiea1c,1;j1t1". llowl-ali, idJent of 11 121 uniersi1Sty, ;Athens,
'2,(Syria), rsien.uis1a5a l1(). asbenl illviltdby'the staIte
xA'11li, ' ti. (indi , ie;-1)reCSiden't, 1hoard of edulcation tie.olece resi-
\Villiant z Mo f, hlrc, '<)ai~d(ln f Io wilState colleg"e,
'S ta t e s ) s c e t a r y . D r . J . A . C . lH ii d-1'' ' - - - 2'' l l l 'T A e i al t f ,;T Y ER T
' OA ( 1Russia) ti'eiisuir, a rnd> . 1TY lRTIN
Lee, '28 (Java) and lDonato Sny of .INT. ROS
'28Ed Pilip~pine Islands) membe rs i37Mno t
of the board of directors.
___ -:Phone 6293

OHIO1-Senior class presidle-,ts of
alil the Big Ton conference schools
have ben invited to at tend the Senior

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