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'-THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY. DECEMBER' 13. 1929

ELECTRICAL RESEARCH WORK MADE TINKHAM URGES
SCIE DEMYUL IPOSSIBLE BY COMPLETE EQUIPMENT LOBBYIST CHECK
' Although not impressive at first as a few microamperes are mneas-
Fglance, the electrical engineering 'ured with 'accuracy.
laboratory of the engineering col- The Ph tometric section consists
Various Sections of the Academy ;lege contains valuable apparatus of several dark rooms. It contains
Will Present Programs that assists the students in their a forty meter protometer bar, a
at Next Assembly. work. and aids the various profes- mirror selector, a thirty inch in-I
sors who carry on research work. tegrating sphere, a spectro-photo- f
Plans for the annual meeting of There are four parts of the lab- meter with which colored light may
the Michigan Academy of Science, oratory, and each is a complete 'be carefully analyzed into its con-j
Arts and Letters next March 20-22 unit in itself. The largest is the stituents, and various other pieces
in Ann Arbor, were formulated by Dynamo laboratory which con- of equipment.
the academy council convening last IJtains modern types of alternating: rle Conmunicatio r unit is
Saturday at' the Union, Dr. Oliver an ietcretmcie.I probably the most interesting of
addrccurn mahnsInthe :sections for it includes a corn- ;:y :~
Kamm of Parke Davis Co., Detroit, lone corner of the room is the dy- ;plete radio research laboratory.
presided. nomometer section which contains Some of the equipment was devel-.
Professor D. V. Baxter, secretary equipment for testing accurately a oped in the Telephone and Tele-<
graph Co. Laboratories and present-j
cof this state wide organization. an- range of machine sizes from one- ed to the University. There is also
nounced that the following seen- eighth horsepower up to 30 or more. ad p ubl e ddne stem T contai
tions of the academy would present| The Calibration laboratory is the ;ng a high voltage P eliminator and
programs at the March assembly: inewest unit. It is not used in con- a power amplifier developed and
anthropology, botany, economics, nection with courses taught in the built in the laboratory.
and sociology, fine arts, forestry, University, but is maintained as
geagraphy, geology and minerol- an indispensible standardization SAGINAW, Dec. 11.-Charles T AsSo e Prss Photo
ogy, history and poliWical science. auxiliary. Here currents as high hoover, water puriation expere H. Tnkham
language and literature, mathe- as a thousand amperes or as low ;?f Columbus, 0., has been engageet{ Representative from Massachu-
natics, sanitary and medical sci- by the city coumci to prescribe a setts, who presented a bill in Con-'
ence, psychology, and zoology. method of treating the city's water gress asking for the registration of
Chairmen of these sections include Detroit Theates suppy to remove taste and odor. all lobbyists.
prominent men about the state as -
well as university faculty mem-
hers. LAFAYETTE --
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PROMINENT NEW YORK ARCHITECT MAINTAINS
AIRPORTS SHOULD RESEMBLE RAILWAY DEPOTS

j If air travel develops in this Major K
country as it certainly ought to," see the tin
said Major Francis Keally, prom- be equippe
inent New York architect, in a lec- 1is ownpi
i ~these trails
ture before students of the archi- at each im
tectural school yesterday afternoon the passer
in the auditorium of the architec- safety.
tural building, "we must make our' "Future
Sairports as beautiful as our railroad said, "will
stations."_-.-
"They must be beautiful in lay-
out," he went on, "not only from
the point of view of the man on the
ground, hut also as they will 'ap- C o
bear from the air." The speaker j r
explained that in Germany the de- __
signers are very far-sighted in de-
signing their airpomx layouts with!
the primary consideration of the
airman.I
Major Keally declared that the
problems confronting the Ameri-
I can architect of today are greater
than any that have ever faced any !'
architect. "Therefore," he contin-
ued, "it becomes increasingly neces-
sary for the architect to work hand
in hand with the engineer and the 601
city planner. The office of a mood-
ern architect has really turned into
a research laboratory where he can
study and solve his problems." +

eally said that he could
me when airplanes would
ed with trailers, each with
ilot. He explained that
lers could be dropped off
nportant air terminal andj
ngers landed with perfectI
cities," Major Keally
be built around our air-

ports, with the buildings arrari ed
in tiers as the seats in a huge foot-
ball stadium."
Designs submitted in the recent
airport design contest conducted by
the Lehigh Portland Cement coi:-
pany were explained. Major Keally
designed the program for this com-
petition, in which 258 architects
competed.

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2-"tonal Recordinzg - DTe Records* btout Scratch

Ann Arbor Representatives

Devoted to Music
Wbatu St. (Hinshaw & Son) Phone 7515

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OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames Made to Order
Optical Prescriptions Fil1,d
HALLSERS
STATE STREET JEWELERS

Journeys End
Nights: 50c to $2.50
Sat. Mat.: 50c tox$2.00
Thurs. Mat.: 50c to $1.50
Telephone Cadillac 3705
CASS THEATER
"THE FOUR MARX BROTHERS"
In the Musical Circus
"ANIMAL CRACKERS"
Nights $1.00 to $4.00
Thursday and Saturday
Matinees $1.00 to $3.00

Gift Gift
Suggestions Suggestions
Wearables from a Man's Shop are always
sure to please.

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Two Famous Characterizations
THE TWO BAC(ROWS I
MO IA ite
MACK
"Why Bring
That Up ?
with
EVELYN BRENT \
HARRY GREEN
ALSO LLOYI) HAMILTON IN "HIS BABY DAZE
The Inimitable Genius Arrives

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Mufflers

Conlin and Wetherbee
Announce$
Special Price Overcoats
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
AND OTHERS
$28.50
Tu'e doe~s
HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX
$*35.00
Also a varied selection of distinc-
tie Xmas Gifts.

Are timely and appropriate
Our selection is mostly of foreign
reasonably priced.
$2.50 to $5.00

gifts.
markets very

Our stocks of men's apparel are
selected with especial care for year
round wear, not just for Holiday
selling.
Gifts selected from an assort-
ment of this character are therefore
most appreciated.
Men Do Not Like Just Christ-
mas Ties and Mufflers.
Suspenders a d Belts
.Made by Hickok.
The name should be sufficient guarantee of
styling and quality. Very reasonable in price.
Suspenders, $1.00 to $2.00
BELTS attractively boxed with buckle at-
tached or detached.
$1.00 to $7.00

Inpotted plain linens of the finest quality.
Also the self and fancy borders and patterns.
35c to $2.00 each

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* Handkerchiefs

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1,60d
4 , 2
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Hosiery
Another useful suggestion.
Here in plain and clocked effects,
Silks and Wools.
S0c to $2.00 the pair.

Neckwear

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RESILIO

Ask the man who wears one. He will tell
you that Resilio' neckwear is second to none.
Beautiful colorings and patterns are here for
your approval.
$150 to $5.00

Gloves

We might mention many other items, such
as shirts, pajamas, dressing robes and slippers.
Every gift purchased is attractively boxed
free of charge.

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Of Pigskin, Deerskin, Calfskin and Mochas.
He always needs a pair of gloves.
$3.00 to $5.00

The tie that never wrinkles.

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