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AM NrrECHARLES BRUSH, '69, AND ELIHUlii lfl hDFO[VT T GIVE IiLLUSTRATEDTAK
nU fl~L~I~II A representative of the W sig
T HMPN I N E RhEI I ColUI O fI ILO L F fI iue Electric company will giea .K
C~IIRNT h[[NTS'I Lrt lcue comaid ihmotion pic-,
I I il( n i5 . Baer To Su ced O'd tuvail subject of mte lecture xvill be "Steam
CU6 r,. ' As Rdio O1)erald4 o I 1I92"-29 Railroad Electrification."

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(AreeInland lE xpedlition

IIIIDAY, MAY 24)#1Vi DAY SET FOR
SF:IY I'O RK T 1I Fl S
['OMl'Pl'IONf
TO AWARD THREE PRIZES
Pro'fesisor Brown anouceNuniie r-
ous Cliannges in Mules; Vnder-
classmen Eligibtle for Award
Final arrangements for the third
annual current events contest spons-
ored by the New York Times were an-
niounced yesterday by Prof.Everett
S. Brown, of the political science de-
partment and chairman of the locale
co mm it t ee for the contest upon his
return from a trip to New York City'!
durinig the spring vacation. While
in New York, Professor Brown. con-
erred withi several m'embers of theI
Times staff about the contest.
Thie contest, which is being held
in 20 colleges and universities of the
country, will take place at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon, April 20. The per-
iod of events to be covered (late from
May 1, 15127 until the day of the con-
test. Thie contest' is open to any un-
dergraduate of the IUiversity who
has not completed four years of col-
leework since graduation from his
preparatory school.
Several changes in the rules gov-
erning the contest have been made
this year. In an effort to encourage
mire students to participate in the
contest, it' was decided that the lo-
cal prize of $250 be divided into three
smaller prizes of $150, $75, and $25.
This change -was made in hopes that
more students might enter and to
,give the students a better chance of
winning one of the prizes.
The second prize of $75 will be a-,
w arded to the sophomore or freshman
n 'aking the highest score, as last year.
one-third of the entrants here were
unnderclassmen. Only the winner of
the first prize at each of the 20 com-
peting colleges wili be eliminated
from future competition for the priz-
es, as uender the ?new arrangement
which was suggested this year, the
winners of the second and third local,
prizes will not be qualified in the
future.

Tu .CONDUCTFIELD WORKRA
Announcement w as made yesterday , LAST rI DLES TOD)AY
b~y Prof. William H. 1 cbbs of the I'VAN I'.E.I1JIOlI ~iI'
,e lg de at et f th a on-micnt of Francis M. Baer to the posi- "T H E G A R D E N
tion of radio operator for the 1928- OF ALLAH" A

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I Is Now Open
jWe' will belpleased to serve all our old land nlew patrons with fod
of highest qjuality. Strictly home co(oked.
fillEAVKIA T, LUNCHIENG AND)INNERI
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29 University Greenland exxpedition.
Arriving at the Mt. Evans observa-
tory of the expedition in June, Baer
will remain through the winter and
return to the United States in the fall
of 1929. He succeeds Paul C. Oscan-
yan who held dlown the post of wire-
less expert on the 1926 and the 1927-
28 expeditions.

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{ f Baer, whom Professor Hobbs select-
:. "; : rti :.('(e from a large number of appli- I
cant s, has done considerable research
work anfl ieldl work with radio, and
I ill cond~uct experiments through the
..::::.;:. :::::................. ...,.. :";:;r:%: %s: .It, . Evanzs station. He has worked
with 2 LfI h; beacons, radio t altitude
:.::...: inolers, gasoline -driven field sta-
lionrs, and IliesO'l-121driviisets. The
sient since March 21 when Oscanyan
Charles F. Bursh, '69, (right) and Elihu T.ihompson, arc lightpones left to marry ihbe girl he courted by
recall the "old days" in the presence of the Inrush (dynamo of 18477, which rdo illesti prto gi
first brought ;them together. The dynamo inventedI by the Michigan graduate1 as soon as Bae'r arrives late in June.
50 years ago was the first commercial (dynamo to sappear in the United oB artmalphassBetknpftheireol-
Stages. The two men will hold a reunion at the Franklin lnst itute in Phil- ogyeeparitmn, L.a.Stneidertorot-
delphia today.teexeiinL..Scndraol
ogist, of Clark university and Dunc;an
- Stewart, graduate student in geology.,
I ~-~1!,assistant to Belknap are sailing M~ay
______________________________I_______________________I1t) for Copenhagen alboard the Per-
gensfjord. Professor Hobbs is sailimg
trom New York May 12 ab, ard thej
VrHNT ES } 1'ARA TD') TO MKE was asked to answer thirty moder'ni Columbus, andl the expedition's freight,
SUMIIER'fTR OF EU-RO(PE Iproblem s. is also leaving New York, May 12,
_ They (10 not believe in comp~anion-r aboard the S. S. United States.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. - ate marriage and also protested a-_________________
Sixty membe rs of the University banal gaiilst the statement that the opinions
' ]of college seniors is no more indica- 2Ii..'"tIHIIHHIHIHHIHIHIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIE!!iI
will spend two months in Europe this tino hi idv uline_~neor ~ ~ D UE
summer on a good-will tour. right thinking than the offhand judg- ,., ~ -
NE W YO KmSNI RS AC l o rn li idu ls
e n f a y g o p o n i i u l .T E TEA L S M IT T H -F O R P I t.I E S I I W t ( 1r I ( I 1 ' 1V M r l R E V 1, -
New York University, April 17.-If AT, Eo N {,x( iNSiTU', gl'iN= TIdr )idT~)1orxvOl
the seniors here had their choice, Gov- UNVRIYO, RJ1xN.-2x1= .w
attempt to faicilitate the transition-
erno AlredF. mit wold ie he ron high school to university work,
next president of the United States. i the faculty has revised the study1=
Phis was revealed this week as one (courses of the first two yearis, exc'ludl- i £n
ef the results o' a vote on the qlues- ing underclassmen fromt the profes-
tionaire in which the graduating class sional schools. JannrngG
wiith s
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