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TI-URSDAY, MARCH1 22, 19J29

TECHNIC MAKES THIRD!
AppEARANCE[OF YEAR

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The Michigan Technic,

quarterlyI

publication of the students of the
Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
tecture, made its third appearance of
thle present year yesterday.
Prof. Henry E. Riggs of the civil
engineering department is the author
of the lead article for. the quarterly
issue. His topic is "Training for' In-
dustrial Leadership." In it he points
out that the place of economics in en-
gineering has become more and more
firmly established as' the profession
has advanced.
"A ,tudy of the Strength and Load-I
'ing of Aerial Line Structures," is the
suibject of an article by Prof. Robert
HT. Sherlock, also of the civil iengin-
eering department. Roy B. Blass,
'29A, has an article entitled, "Sketch-

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ing, the Architect's Diversion.",} FIRST- YEAR C A S II C TRIAL HELD antrefocnvtiina oc
A reprint of Prof. Waldo M. Ab-1 ITF Y t5 I GROUP trial held Tuesday in the Alpha Nu
.' R FO CE .!. Vl DEATEroom.
hot's article in a recent edition of I -- - The accused was Howardt-( Simon,
the ichgan Alu nus enttle "A ch- Fre:hnmn class oflic rs will at- Mr. Alpha Nu, accused of stealing a '30, and the plaintiff was MarOLo is
itcueTuling Fulfills Dreams" tempt to enforce thec traditionx of the,- sIring of pearls valued at $5,000 from Brown, '30. The attornies for the de-
s freshmaln~iz pot thenme"i c s, it was anz- Miss Athena. while at the Pi Chi Phi fense were two members of Alpha Nu,;
also occupies a place in this edition naun ced yesterday by Coilrtland C. sorority house on March 7, was re- Harold Chater, .'30L, and Alvin Nell-
of. the tTechnic. Two excellent pic- Smith, '28, pi vsidlent of the Student manded for a retrial when the jury, er, '30L. The prosecuters were twoA
tures of the building are included council, following a confer ence with Incomosed of three members from members of Athena, Maurine Jones3,
in this article, the presidents of the frer linw a, class- each society voted three for acquital '30L, and Aletta Morton, '29.
"Brass and Copper Rolling ls,"e' fteltrr olg n h
eeni~tltillgclg~~ tep ilis the title of Donal Hamilton 1lainebe made to( reach the enginers through
seventh article in his series on in- ter cas a s m l , a c r i g t E
dustries of Michigan. Prof. Eirnxest Lawvren(*t. Rogers,' 31E, president of
F. Barker of the physics department1 the class, and ilollis Jencks, '31, rpres-
is the contributor of an article ex- i ilent of the freshman class of the R D R f r R YL
plaining the machine that rules four- liter'ary college, plans to turn the m ait-T e Fat s S lln , M t Up o- te P r be
Iter over to the freshman class disci- (Te-ats elnMs pt-aePral
teen thousand lines to the inch. 3 lnr o ite -O h a k t
Prof. Richard T. Liddicoat, of the -- - -
engineering mechanics department, iseasesee....
the author of the final article of th :1, U H RI E ]E ~ E
tbe~ Detroit TheatersAV H IZ D E L R
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Thr~ee Moment Theorem For Determ- -
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