MBER 3, 1928
.VIBER 3,.. 192811 TI-JE .. M J CIH1 G A- 1
NE W METAL SOUGHT
"Millions in operating expenses'
will be saved if scientific investiga-
tion can answer the appeal of in-
dustry by finding a metal which
can be used ouccessfully at the
high temperatures demanded by
modern operating conditions in
power-plants, oil-refineries, auto-
motive factories and other great
manufacturing concerns,' according
to Prof. E. A. White, director of,
the department of engineering re-
Professor White pointed out that
in power-plants, oil refineries, etc.,j
where a few years ago operating,
temperatures of about 500 degrees1
Fahrenheit were the maximum,
power-plants now demand temper-
atures of 750 degrees Fahrenheit
(some in Europe even as high as
1000 degrees) and oil refineries are
seeking to operate at 1000 degrees
and even higher-and that such
metals as are now known can not
with safety be empl ,in con-1
tainers used 'at temperath much
if any above 1000 degrees Fahren-<
"Most of our knowledge of chem-
ical rea~tions," he said, "is based
upon conditions at atmospheric
temperature and pressure. The
pressure problem is relatively sim-
ple, because it can be met by using
greater mass or material of great-
er tensile strength. But ordinary
steel is not sufficient."
The schedule of the preliminary
series debates of the Michigan
High School Debating league has
been announced "by Prof. G. F.
Densmore, manager of the league.
Friday, Nov. 16, will be the day on
which the first debate of the pre-
liminary series will be held. The
league enrollment now, includes 245
high schools, which is the largest
enrollment in its history..
Certain factors were taken into,
consideration in the construction of
the schedule. First: preference for
sides were regarded wherever pos-
sible but when any two schoolsl'
paired in debate requested the
same side, the allotment was made
by tossing a coin. Second: schools
were paired according to the pref-
erence, provided that such schools
were in the league, that such
schools appeared on both prefer-
ence lists, that such schools did
not ask for the same sides, and
construction of the schedule was
so aranged to permit each school
to retain its allotted side for the
first two debates and to provide
a different opponent for each school
in the remaining three llebates.
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