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THIS MICHIGAN

DAILY

WEDNTESD AX. APRIL 9, 1030-

CHIC AGO MEOILGHANDJ AND FOLLO WERS VIOLATE BRITISH MONOPOLY {UlUEyiIIA;O AT NUTYI II IOEINEMRH B TANNE UNCE
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ENGINEERS TEST _______
AIRPLANE MO TOR
Automotive Students Experiment

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UHII~ULJ Iii ill LLJ With Ar coledoEgine.
v Thorpe, Gaige, and Greeley Are; Tests are being run in the au-
# A 'on a new type of radial air-cooled3
Official Namres. airplane motor, which embodies a
BUDGT T~APPRVED combina~ion of 53iesel and aut
7 ~~cycle principles, with an tmr
a $DrFrnE.Rbisasittto gency hot ball" ignition system,
Fran E. obbis, asistntbt by Guy R. Foyer, of the Foyer Air-
the president, announced yesterday craft Motrs association.
* that the titles of two faculty mtem- The motor, acording to the spe-r
" bhers had been changed as well as cifications furnished by Mr. Poyer,
th ileo anwohsjo e is a 5-10 cylinder radial type, with 22
ass"3..hup'th ied i o s atwhthsUnv ety.clnesarne nbnso
hi samd ispot t h Uivrsty itwoithussofurnishing less esstance
'> } Prof. C. D. Thorpe, who is at pres-1 to the air stream encountered un-
a tint professor of the ±R-Ching of! der actual flying conditions.
~ Eolshwl beknwn s rofs-Designed primarily a a fuel
Wsxo nls n h ecigo economizing innovation in the
sox f Eglis an th teahin ofaviation field, the motor develops 122,
_______ English. { 75 horsepower with 325 cubic
; AHMAAB \oIFedcrick M. Gaige, now assist-I inches of piston displacement. It
' aant director of the museum of zoo-, is a combination of Diesel and 'auto
. .:.... ...~ ~,logy and curator of insects in the cycle principles, thne .fronit cylinder
1 . mu seum, has been named curatorI of each pair having a compression
and director of the museum of zoo-' ratio of approximately 20 to 1, and
t er 4 logy, as well as associate professor the rear, 4.5 to one.
I of zoology. The combustion chamber les be-
______J. R. GreewowaIohv s tween the two cylinders, and is di-t
~ ±. sumred the title of assistant curator; vided by a sleeve valve arrange-
* ARAB/aV '4'~ ! in the museum of zoology next' ment which opens as the two pis -~
July, after completing his doctor- .Ton stoeachte tpotesir tokefll
n - 4~' _____ ate at Cornell university, has been Tepsosaedsge ofl
_______ a.. notified that he will assume theI the normal combustion chamber
of n ~'~ epat-as closely as pssible, forcingal
.:: , . ::. :..rxw "h f - 'title of instructor i h e at
ment of zoology as well as that of oftemx0eit h iie
assuctaea yr er vait assistant curator when he arrives' central chamber.
here to begin his work. The "front cylinder takes in air
Mahatma Ghandi,
Indian re igious leader (iighxt) leaving Ahomoabad with his followes at the beginning of his march These changes in titles were an- olterwinthetoento thdeiercodn-
to the Gulf of Cambray in a. campaign of ;civil disobedience to the British salt monopoly laws. At their nlounced following the recent meet- Itrbstion h chamber. rk The rear oncylinder
arrival at the gulf they signified thenir evolt by dipping up sea water to make salt The picture shows a1 ing of the board of regents, atE in each pair takes an air and fuel ;
group of his followers during the march. which the 1930-31 budget was ap- mixture, delivering it to the con-f
pr v d an is f ab u 00 p r b ston c a be o co b n wt P'i tsonnell changes was made known, the air from the front cyliinder.
r - n -- Th changes ivle creation ofThscmiaonacrdgtoM
r 6~~ceivd b Liar I rsL new positions,i both eacademic and Tis obntoacrigt r ~b«y P Poyer, will cause the motor to run
clrclmrihan0pomtos with only two-thirds the fuel con-'
i~e Yok resntComlets OIALIandea large number of salary sumption of the present airplane
"11 ENTS HEALU Y Transportation Library. S ODVI IN DEIDOIT _ae RIE.engin~e. ___ _
HelhSrieHa asCss Realizing the importance of theiE'F S AI, Debaters to DiscussE
of ubecuosi Nube existence of a complete collection;reFee fBsnesPae WIL START S O eea iurR l
Exhibited at All-Amnerican Rule_
3 Out of 100.1 of the periodicals, "h New York Arrf hw tno od SAanWl oenetsl n oto f
_____Coachzmaker's Journal" and "The AicatSo.l'0San x od, Agn iliqu ovrnwilmethaeubjecotroof s
'GENERAL X-RAY PLANNED 'Hub", most imporant publications' 3 LAE;EGSEE Direct Collectionz of Funds liuorsil at the e ect of h des-
dealing with wagon and coach- Stanon.. -
i Stanon W.Todd '30, senior class phi House of Representatives at'
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, directorimaking, the New York Public Li-: (B Associated Pres)i 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Adlphi;
of the University Health Service,E brary has forwarded its copies of DETROIT, April 8.-With theIIde ,wllaan di c h room, in Angel hal. The fresh-;
in his monthly report on studentI these magazines to the Trransporta- largest fleet of commercial planes drive for funds, sponsored by the man debating team will discuss the;
health says: "Students continue to tion Lbrary of the University to ever assembled in the United States ; Student Christian association, to ;problem, which will be the subject
be free from any unusual healthj be added to the connection here, I gathered at the Detroit City Air support the University Fresh Air tween Adeiphifand Alpha Nu, after
situation. The increasing visits are thus making the only collection of port, the third annual al-American camp at Lake Patterson for under; the spring vacation. Visitors are
forvaiou cndiios orml o is in inth conty.Aircraft show entered its third privileged boys of Detroit. welcome.
fo aiu odton omlt!iskidi h onr.day today The drive which~ will, last for one
our work. With regard to illness wei "The New York Coachmaker's! Officials of the show announced day has been set for May 8, with a ! Pattee Wins Faculty
have had a favorable year." I Journal" was first published in thttearotrg!e it 3 preliminary canvas of fraternity
ystu y Y° itha th air ort regste lits 14 I B ow ing "rTournam ent
An X-ray td of every entering; (1856 and remained upon the mar- jplanoes and that additional arrivals ohnr
student is a project which has been ket until 1865 when "The Hub" are expected to swell this number campus organizations coming!I
seriously considered by Dr. For- I took its place. TI'e New York li- to nearly 200 before the show several days before. As last year Topping a field of eight entries
cloes.Desitetheunfvorblethe contributions will be received, Dr. George Pattee, junior interh'e,'
sythe and his staff. By this meth- ibrary will not give up efforts tocloses.eDespiteftheeunfavolableitouwonetheldaclat nhsatthewng
weather Monday there were 6,9 3I members of the M cubwtowoneytheldlsf gtacultym he'bowlng
od tuberculosis eai the studentcobtd body secure a complete connection of persons at the show.mmbr o onrry organizationsme'Atlic soiaonFld
may be more eaiycobtd these two publications; but will be- Dring the remainder of the' assisting.eHoshe ateric g f h ah
Concluding his statement, Dr.! gin again in an endeavor to make week demonstrations of night fly- Tega o hesuetdiemeratics department turned in a
Forsythe said: hsbe pae"g goptbecusestudntngby the guidance of th~e city hsubeensplacedoatl$,000sbyoTodd. thhig
age roup, tBecuos standint acollection similar to the one airport's becos ndflAlig thog300i eddfrtesoet lc eodi h
iani- hre bacn ad lodlg t og 8,0Isneddfo h ontest.
sidious condition concerning which wilb held, maintenance of the camp, the re-__________
we mst xerisevigianc. Fom;Thre aeonaticl grupsmetin mainder will be contributed by the' DES MOINES-Des Moines Uni-
wye mus exeriecvigilnaanc iromFaculty MenPay Visit conunctonwititheshogrosamt;inalumni and faculty of the Univer- 'est st esl ostsya
yestn narso ep rienete fndf aoi Iit hso ona7 ity together with the Bys' club I225000 mortgage. Closed since
*cntn anulrt ofaotIto DTheyt wereatrthelaNationalhe AireritPilotsh
.tresuet aig oactivedi- Dtoi abrtoyassociationt the aeronautical di~lti 'of Detroit. lasthfalwtheeniversitawasAth
three students ofUivavesono teSoityoactmtive is Theodore Hornberger of the scene of a fundamentalist-modern-
sienrlntahse are usuallyuentsI Prof. Paul S. Welch of the zoo-'Sono deSoty oft'Aetseopere rhetoric department, who has been 'ist argument last fal, which cul-
sityenrolmen. Thse a e eal logy department and Prof. Peter p, Engineers and teNaional om - associated with the camp for sev- uinated in a riot in which thei
eal tgsadXryhs IOkkelberg, executive secretary of ensArnuia"soito.Ar eral years, will have charge of the,,resident was bombarded with rot-
liberally used in diagnosis." ca'theenin dnfatresIr
Dipnay clstetl hye department were in Detroit crfn ngn!auacuesaemanagement this summer. Counteneg
yesterday visiting the zoology d-plnin )meintrdaeveig __eggs.___________
y e lnin etng Yeeigselors for the camp will be recruit-1 -________________
giene interviews and laboratory ofDtituvesyj to decide on plans and rules for theedfo thsuenbdy
ex! ntoshv eno h n They were invited to inspect theE 1930 national air tour. There also.________
crease, while the number of hospitallaotrywkthebym nsf will be meetings of the National'WlRa
paietshas decreased somewhat. tha university's science staff. Glider assocition and the Michigan.;European Tlours WiIllI~
Acute respiratory infections have! ___________AlrcraftsassociatiPlaoedny.LegueAllTYkn
increased by 384 cases this years-b Plne byLa e AlTakg
over the same period for 1929. Education Men Attend NEW CAGE RULE IS URGED SmmrEorsdeine fr k- SO G OF
Convocation in Detroit dents interested in dramatic arts
OHIO STATE-Use of three of-haebn arrangedbyteCuc KE T KY
TECHNIC APPEARS Prof. Raleigh Schorling, Prof. G Efcasi oleebsebl games'!and Drama League ofAeia Sarn
ON AMP S S ON Carrothers, and Prof. Edgar John-intaofwadabdnm t They will include an extensive
stone of the School ofEdcto of the center jump will be su- study of European theatres, a Rus- MOA
Civil Engineering Number Will and Registrar Ira M. Edutionft gested at a meeting of the na- sintetetuadasuyo'A DW GTF
Carre Ot AterVactio. FidayforDetoitwhee te ae ttional advisory committee on the dance schools of the Continent.
ComeOutAftryVcatcnoarcdyefr Deroiewhreyheyar hvrrv G.fl. CThn I

toated_,metngoteSouth " ' "l X -____________________________
______ toEaten ameting of Sethe jOhio State university coach and ___________________________________
Featuring a student written ar- j atr soito fScnay chairman of the committee, he said
title, "The Boulder Dam Project", School Principals. 1 last week. If adopted by the conym;A 930 Eve on at
the civil engineering number of The organization is I-a-e UP of mittee, the suggestion will be putI
the Tech'nic will appear on this prinicipals of the large high schools up for consideration at a meetini South e STARTS
campus Monday floig srn of the metropolitan area of Die- o h ainsbaktalcahsIsland!l
vaction, according lto inBen prin totg aeinArl
Lansdale, 131E, business manager. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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The article on "The Civil E±ngi-
neer in Air Transportation" has
been prepared by Everett W. K.fr,.Iz,
Grad., and Capt. Christian A.
S;,hwarzwallder, Grad. Captain
Schwarzwallder, who is doing spe-
cial research work here for the gov-
ernment is a member of the United
States Aviation Corps.
John J. White, '32A, has written
an article, 'The Detroit River
Tunnel", and Lyle Zisler, '31A, has
prepared a feature on "Weather
Vanes."

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