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Autogiros Will Not Sup
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Ponts Out Advantages, Faults,
Inherent in New Type
of Craft.

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Plant Conventional
eat Extent. Stalker Says I ha$ Goin on
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45 degrees, and with favorble wind
conditions can descend almnost ver- Majestic- Eddie Quillan in "Big
Ucally, or hover in the air. For these Money" with Robert Armstrong.
reasons, he explained, it will appeal M h i i g a n-"Royal Family of
to private fiyers an eg nners. Broadway" with ina Claire and
Professor Stalker predicted that Frederick March.

Annual Senior Law
Class Affair.
Preparations have been nearly
conpleted for the annual Crease l
dance, premier social function of
the senior class of the Law school, r
to be held Friday night in the Law- 1
yers club, it was announced last
night by Theodore C. Baer, '31L, E
general chairman of the event. I
Patrons and Patronnesses who
have been asked to the affair in-
elude President Alexander G. Ruth-j
ven and Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Henry 1
M. Bates and Mrs. Bates, Professor
Horace Wilgus and Mrs. Wilgus,
Prof. Paul Leidy and Mrs. Leidy,
Prof. Edwin C. Goddard and Mrs.

u cGetny ccnaide:able improvements will be)
x at nmade in the design of the autogiro,
'.e _t .eli tof iila E n regu twrd the attainment of a ship ;I
ar ar tlansportat n, Prof. E. A of the true helicopter type. Its
Stalke:, of the aeronautical engi- I principle, he said, is net especially
neerhig department, said yesterday. recent in origin, since it was first
Since the autogiro is inherently invented about 10 to 12 years ago.
less eficient than the conventional Explaining the operation of the
airplane, and in addition is more machine, Professor Stalker said
expensive to manufacture, it will that the function of the windmill-
probably never come into extensive like device which is mounted hori-
use, he explained. zontally over the body of the ship,
The main advantage of the auto- (is simply to furnish, by its revolu-
giro, Professor Stalker pointed out,' tion, the wind resistance which re-
lies in the fact that it can be made tards the progress of the craft. He
to maneuver and to land slowly, so pointed out that this windmill is
that the pilot has more time to operated by the currents of air
judge his handling of the ship. The passing over the vanes while the
modern autogiro can easily make a i ship is in motion, and that it is
safe landing at an angle as great as I connected in no way with the en-
gine. Lack of adequate control
Pharmacists to Visit mechanism, he said, is the chief
cause of the limitations of the auto-
Park Davis Company giro as it is today, although future
improvements in design can prob-
Students of the pharmacy college ably eliminate most of these.
will visit Detroit Friday to inspect
the plant of Parke Davis and com- UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO-
pany. A similar trip is made each Construction projects for 1931 in-
spring to some Detroit pharmaceu- elude a large field house, seating
tical house. A second trip to Chi- 7,000 spectators and having 50,-
cago will probably be made later in 000 square feet of floor space, and
the spring, Dean Edward H. Kraus, residential accommodations for 390
stated yesterday. students, available in October.

Auteg~e~, cithough1 they are dot-
nitely past the experimental stage
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W -. r t h-George O'Brien
Marion Lessing in "The Seas
neath."

and
Be-

Soloists
Limit of 300 Couples Nearly
Reached, According to
Committee Head.
With the sale Imited to 300,. al-
most all of the tickets for the Slide
Rule dance, the annual party of
the engineering and architectural
schools given under the direction of
the Michigan Technic, are sold, it
was reported yesterday by Jack
Spencer, '32E, ticket chairman.
The remaining tiets miay be se-
cured at any of the bookstores, at
the desk in the mnain lobby of the
Union, or at the offices of tie Tech-
nic in the East Engineering build-
ing. The dance is to be held from
9 until 2 o'clock Fia ngtin
the ballroom of the Union.
Ace Brigode and his fourteen
Virginians, popular radio entertain-
ers from Station WTAM in Clove-
land, have been secured to provide
the music for the affair.

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GENERAL

Organ Recital-William Zeuch,I
4:15 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
Chamber Music-Detroit String
quartet; 8:30 o'clock, Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre.
Radio Today.
Prof. Anthony J. Jobin, of the
French department, will speaki
at 2 o'clock this afternoon on "AJ
Few Facts About French-Can a-
dian Literature." Professor Jobin
has recently completed a book
devoted to Canadian literature.

Goddard, Prof. Edson R. Sunder-
land and Mrs. Sunderland, Prof.
Ralph Aigler and Mrs. Aigler, Prof.
Evans Holbrook and Mrs. Holbrook,
Prof. John B. Waite and Mrs. Waite,
Prof. Edgar N.- Durfee and Mrs.
Durfee, Prof. Grover Grismore and
Mrs. Grismore, and Prof. Edwin D.
Dickinson and Mrs. Dickinson.
Others will be Prof. E. Blythe
Stason and Mrs. Stason, Prof. Ho-
bart Coffey, Prof. John Tracy,.Prof.
Burke Shartel and Mrs. Shartel,
Miss Inez Bosorth, Miss Lilly Kohl,
Prof. John P. Dawson anc Mrs. Daw-
son, Prof. Laylin K. James and Mrs.
James, Prof. William W. Blume and
Mrs. Blume, Prof. Homer F. Carey
and Mrs. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Hawley Tapping, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Avery.
Kraus to Have Summer
Programs Ready Soon
The complete announcement for
the 1931 Summer Session will be
ready for distribution the latter
part jof the week, Dean Edward H.
Kraus announced yesterday. They
will probably be available in the
office of Dean Kraus some time
Thursday, and by Saturday they
will have been distributed to the
registration offices of all colleges'
in the University.
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