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April 25, 1929 - Image 3

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AER T EXISTENE OF
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Machine Producing 3,000,000 Volts
Is Invented By Erstwhile
Wireless Instructor
REPORT STIRS ENGINEERS
(By Associated Press)
SEATTLE, April 24--The asserted
existence and operation in San
Franciscoof a potential deathray'
machine, producing 3,000,000 voltsI
of man-made lightning and said to
be capable of developing twice that
power, stirred the imagination of
engineers here today.
Announcement of the invention
was made simultaneously in San
Francisco and Seattle Tuesday. C.
* H. Melsome-Smith, an engineer of
the pacific Gas- & Electric Co., in
Sa Francisco, declared' the ma-
chine' was invented by Hector M.
Hassell, former seattle wireless in-
structor.
At the same time John T. Martin,
president of the Marjohn Mines Co.,
exhibited films of the ray to stock-
holders of his company here T es-
day.. He said the machine was be-
ing used to refine ores.
Martin declared the invention
Was a death ray only in the sense
that it produced enormous destruc-
tive power.

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surprise, a
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and the fo
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Many we
grievances

)RS CONFESS PET REGRETS have a cot at the library."
The College Fathers shifted their
OF FOUR YEARS IN UNIVERSITY .tombstones when two students
openly declared they wished they
had never come to Michigan; and
opus is deluged with re- tist holds the distinction of being in contrast to this, a youth. on the
the only senior to absolutely refuse 'Ensian staff mourned that he had.
ted with the personal to answer the question, insisting to leave school. Adding the femin-
Now that you are a sen- that he had no sorrow to express, ine touch, a Martha Cook education
s your sincerest regret?", while two others "regretted that student sighed because she never
members of the class of they had no regrets." Of two Phi had any undeliverable mail listed in
back their heads with Beta Kappa elects, one grieved that the D. O. B. /
answering: "But such a he had failed to take more mathe- Of the professions, a senior in the
demands time'" Then matics, and the other that she Lit-Law combined curriculum was
"No names attached?""didn't find out sooner what it was sorry that he could not take an ex-I
"od nesnattad all about." tra year in the literary college; and
is. Two Hill street sorority sisters a medic grieves that the "study of
°re eager to parade their differed in their sorrows, the first medicine is so confining that it
even to th x t -f tin thc . deprives me of time to read or en-

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joy side trips." The School of "that I didn't devote moretime .to
Pharmacy was condemned by one writing"; and "that the rhetoricl
of its class officers for offering such department doesn't offer a senior'
a narrow course of work. honors' course for those wishing to
When a brother and sister were create long narrative or three act
tracked down, the former replied] plays."
that he "Regretted that the univer-I Running true to the nature. of
sity band had been united with the, engineers, the regrets that "campus=
R. O. T. C., for it was now no longer activities are rated so highly" and
an honor to belong", while his sister "that Physics. 147 is required for
in replying berated "the limited|'electrical engineering", were offer-
scope of freshman year courses." i ed, while the speakers' eyes remain-
Members of campus publications' ed glued to slide rules and steam
responded with sprightliness, wip-I valves.
ing the printer's ink from their, Proving the fact that the regrets
brows as they answered: "I regret j should be kept serious (as many
the snoopiness on the part of cer- I tend to other directions) the re-
tain faculty* men"; "that more peo- maining sorrows, covenng everyI
ple do not buy the 'Gargoyle' "; field from shiftless love to fiery= in-I

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dignation were:
"That I took anybody else's ad-
vice concerning 'pipe' courses";
"that I never learned the words to
the 'Maize and Blue' "- "that I am
confronted with going to work";
that I wasn't on the campus before
the auto ban"; "that I'didn't enter
Ypsi instead of being educated
there"; "that I didn't shift. to the
Lit School sooner"; "that I entered
school at the age of 16"; "that I
failed to avail mylelf of the com-
panionship of the few faculty
members who are human"; "that I
have such a small capacity for the
lighter alcoholic beverages"; apd
"that I failed to study enough to
make PhM. Beta, Kappa."

-1cva11%,c . t*. .-. e n ohi i repen Ln L at e he ever dated a la
submitting a biography, while student; and the other, a Libra
others had to be coaxed. A den-; Science student, that she "didn
Welome!
SCHOOL TEACHERS
Good Food - Quick Service
Pleasant Surroundings
C onvention Members, Invited
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make Ph-i B eta Kappa."

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ewt cereals served in the
dining-rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs and
fraternities are made by
Kellogg in Battle Creek. They
include ALL-BRAN, Corn
Flakes, Rice Krispies,
Krumbles and Kellogg's
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Kellogg's Pep Bran Flakes will pass the
most critical taste. That famous flavor
of PEP plus extra crispn;7 s t ' ;W
standard in bran flake goodness.
Eat them daily and see how much
more pep you have for college activities.
You get the nourishing elements of the
wheat. Just enough bran to be mildly
laxative. Ask for them to be served
at your fraternity house or campus
restaurant.

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