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TIII" MICHIGAN DAILY

SA'TT RDAY, JANTTARY 21. 1928

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MICHIGAN ENGINEERS W1LL HOLDMETN
OF NATIONAL PROMINEEIN DETRO - IT SO
Hlotel Statler To Be (ConvocastionCelectil ~1enginrer of1thelta lilwis;
Scene Of Sessioni Of 11"!0 i - Central railroad, who will i JR on
gineers And Technicail .Men '"The Elect rificatiloni a St eam l iz -

Chief Of Far East

INCREASED BUSINESS FOR 1928
IS PRESS ASSOCIATION SLOGAN

MICHIGAN MEN PRESIDE
More than a thousand engineers
and technical men from all, over (ho

roads in the I'nii Stsat :;e- amiOk .Joh
Lyle Ilarrin ton, lPast l'1idcnt of
the American Soci elyV of Cosi)t jug
Engineers, whose subject is "Tit a
Part of the Engin eering 1'> 0eipri,;-
Ra n7 n t .na~~n>

1:411101 To ( oiv~ete Al Mficyhigaii State
Grieent 11111 Speak
I :ASTrLANSING, ,Jan. 20-_ "aore
;m1(1 b , . or tatsihes- fotr 192'" is, the
slo oianti , h cilieas been anno~funced0(Ifor
thle fiftyt-seventth ainimal meeting a.'
the a M jlihga i 'i'es, a ssociat lofn meet-
iug ait,.\lichigniia 8' ate eolle'ge Janl.
6, 217, 2IS, according to an annoanne-
1)1 t-il: _n~ie It are today.
A banquet Friday, with Goav. Fred
WV. Grceen .is the speaker and Fred
Koeist] ar, editor and publisher of the

Ionia county News as toastmaster.
wil featuare the meeting at which
sevei'ra l 1 1111 red ed itor8 of Small tow il
newspa at'es ,will hear ta eS oa
tall .- oilandverti ing, ai rcultiion anld
hew (\Sgat haling.
'Eiection11o.' officers for tthe('oming
y'ear wxiil takie Wace PFiday after-
noon1. At this session, Hl. Z. M\itc'h-
ell1, publishe1r of' the DalylvPioneerCl
and 1"e 1:cR i 'eti l 'Itt Pifelidlji,
Nlinn,. and a member of liha advert is-
ing (cmm~titt ee 01 the('-N.141. A. will
aditl'ess the edlito''s on ''National" Ad -
vartising inlliheCountry \Weekly."'

Other speakers will include Roger
M. Andrews, Detroit publisher; J. B.
I lasselman, director of publications
at State college; Pat O'Brien W~ ther
Iron River Reporteor; and P~aul
Neal Averili, Birmingham Eccentric.
Amiong the topics to be 'discussedzwil
be "Piossil~iities of the News Columns
ill a, Weekly;" "Gain ing and 1HoIlintg
Circlation;" "Selling Advertising
Instead of Ads;" andl "What Practi-
cal Use Can Be Mbade Of Propagan-

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,,'ate are expectedl to he present at )~ ~ 1 'J11V 1~
A. .L. Powvell. maager atthe EA-
fbe third Mtichigan Engineering con- gie igl, tlltt0 IOLio
forence which will hold its sessions L amp WXor'ks (of I Ia lti-ion, _N. .J., will
next Friday and Saturday at the Ho--lbe the speakO er at: l tbnou1.l itt
t el Statler in Detroit. !6 :30 in the lal roam?. Prof. 11. 11.
The first meeting of importance is I Ilighie. pamst lpt id,-ra1 of I Mumm-
a general hbtsiness meeting set for inlatinlg Engineering ;:o,;;of , :ml1 proh-
10 o'clock Friday morning. The busi- t'fessor of' elect ric'al ('ginoe'iPi_- !, U the
ness of the occasion will be the eec- University will pre: .;iDde. T at;'. is
tion of officers of the Michigan En- planned .ollowing the lntn:ct''e'.
gineering Society with L E. Ayres At the morning seession. beyimm 111l
of Ann Arbor, the society president in at 9 o'clo('k in the large )' tVUhail.
charge. Prof. 14H . l igs, pa3st pi' sirie.l t of
A stag luncheon. at 12:15 o'clock: the Detroit se~ctiont.of the 0Annt't'('1tf
in the ball room of the hotel will; Society of Civil Engine ers, a:0 l pro-
open the general sessions. John P. fessor ofc (ivil engineering at the Vni--
Hlallihan, chairman of Associated' versity will preside.
Technical societies or, Detroit and the "Welding" *will be thle toiic (f
Chief engineer of the Detroit Rapid Prof. Comfort A. Adams, of the En--
Transit commission will be the pre- gineering school of Harvard univer-
siding officer. sity, who is the first speaker on the
John W. Reid, commissioner of program-. He will be followed by El
Public Works, Detroit, will give the' L. Cousins, consulting engineer for
address of welcome and Harvey *J. the Board of Hlarbor Commissioners,
Campbell, vice president and secre- Toronto, Ontario, wwill v] speak on
tary of the Detroit Board of Coin-"City Planning and Water Fronit Dfl-
merce will speak on the topic, "It's velopment;" andl Arthur K. Morgan.,
All Engineering." A luncheon for the _______
ladies attending will be held at the RAE _ ___
same time in the small banquet hall. 'oa
Miss Anne Campbell, Detroit Newsl0dyOy
poetess and Redpath bureau reader, 31IYIIE OLDWYN 7tIAYElU
is listed on the program, p(sn
Alex Dow of Ann Arbor, President « ~eet
of the American Society of Mechani- " Foreign Devils"
cal Engineers will serve as presiding 4 Otlier Subjects
officer at the afternoon session at
2:30 in the large banquet hall. Sunda-TOM MIX
The speakers include: William 13.1
Stout, Stout Metal Airplane Co., of l il l TMlLlM)IIVER."'
Detroit, who will speak on "Commer -_______
cial Aviation;" W. M. Vandersluis, _______AE

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