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THE :MICHIGAN

DAILY

THE MICIGNpDIL

UNIVESI X-RAY PHOTOGRAPHS,
CK U[ ITERST' TVEL PLATE FOUR. INCHES THICK'
Scien~tists Able to D~etect Flaws!I ter, which is used for smaller piec-
Iini IIn Studying Structure es, screens out certain rays which
ofMnas would blur the picture. The thick-
]nieala-hahdro ness of the material decides thel
Inie__ea-hetedromo amount of voltage required for the
Itheto flor f th Eat Eginer-picture.
Apathy> in Election of'Studies teop forofteEstEgner h e length of exposure required {
1A{ Aeronautics May Force IngidinginX-a pa atus1a1o depends on the kind andI(
Thi" Wtdr l . by rmeans of which scientists of the thicimess of the. metal as well as,
_____ Ui~vrsiy a~ abe ~, tkg ph~G7 any other factors., The- negatives
graphs throu'gh a steel, plate four are developed by the ordinary' pro-,
CLASS FLJI D D IN 1925 ; inches in thickness,.,This. st- cess of developing X-ray photo-
ment has a significance wirier th) :an raps. Flaws show on these neg-
Pive Courses Offered Include th mere announcement of a'6ci- Iatves as black spots or shadows.1
Actual _ Flying 'Work { ntific achievement, for it meansI By taking pictures from- two dif-
that studies of the structure 4 fe:rent angles it is possible to lo-
During Summer. ieces of mnetal can nowr be made icate cxactUl, the "position qf these t
with accuracy-a matter of alhiost I flawds. Even to anyone ,unfamiliar,
Micthgan's course in naval avia-I inestimnable value to nearly, every with ;the whole process of casting,
t~tflintaledin he ~nverit~ fvebranch of the. steel industry. if, will be evident that this highly
~ uiderthediretio of There are .two of thie X-ray ap- advanced; form~ of X-ray photo-
Boy, esrv 'prauss n te as Eginen I graphysil be of enormous advant-
Ensig wa.rdBosrerv navTal building, the smaller of which is age in the foundry. Through itsj
ofier, rhlay have to be wt ihdraw-n used for research work in attem~p-; use it x gil1 be possible to make inas-
at the end of this year unless inter- ting to determine the crystal struc- ter castings, which will be free'.
0tin th~e profession is inanifested ture ofs metal and -the atomic ar - fromd flaws, and which will serve
1tis and ext seines[ er. courses in ranigement in the structure. Stu-I as models for subsequent casting.
this departmnt of hlying were first dies of this kind reveal the Iiith- The radiographs: will also .be of I
effredat he niersty n 125erto unknown structures of neat- great importance in the making of
and have shown grownb du 'inlg the ter. The larger apparatus, des-I very important castings, on which;;
pastfewyea~s. his emeterhow cribed above. is used to take radio- I machinery of great value" or hu-
ever, a general apathy in election of grpsbmaso wiht i man life itself will depend, as it
these courses has caused officials to cover. the appearance of the inside will be possible to examine each of
seek~ applicants for instruction. of metal, *This will,- for example, these castings, for such flaws as
Fiv Corss Oferd.reveal to the investigator a poor have, been described, -precaution
The five- courgses offered at the wl i h aeo eddmtl previously impossible.
University under the present curri- o the presence of sand holes,:-
cula innraval aviation include'' arger blow holes, or other flaws.
grond c~1ol raiingcomarale The process by which these ra-
troun t hoiveninnomthebee diographs are taken is compara- am $30
avitatin o ,alyong th etetively simple. Inside this lead-
avain col. MAlhg with the lined-room zthe X-ray tube is1 nthex e
rining receivda ' czgn u- placed above the object to be pho-
me wor in a.ctuial flying following tographed and the _ object itself -is weeks. ,al at
the wnter's >study on nmechanics Iplaced on the photographic plate. f23 G ds
Lectres re given in thie couirse for v i d e d w i t h calcium tungstate A e
tw ouscedit toward gradua- screens or lead screens. The for- HorI3t
ien. The classes. are, held on Tues- mer, intensifies the photographic ous tr
daye an ThIursday evenings. i action of the X-rays and the labt-I
ftActual. Expeience. _______________________________
Traiingin :actual flying is ac- -=I
comnpised first at Grosse. Isle air-
(g hsmnri.ofieslaprt school .t the naval station un-An gtieB stad t
bier Lieut. ChrlesD. Willams. Dur-O'
flh,n every ph~ase of airplanes i easonawearr~'ces
and eaplnes which is open to stu-
dns hIavigcom~pleted the Michi- I R EM A N 'SI
g'an air course. Following training i
atGrose Ie the men are taken toF R
Pescoa.Fawhere final instruc- I
toiadppoximately 25C hours, of
ying compltes th~e course. Corn- ILI ~ ~~I I - i II I
nission~s in the reserve navy for A i. LN , R U - + " M
students so desiring. Courses similar
to thi9 one offered at Miigan are
now being, given at Purdue, Stan- Clean, Pleasant and With Excellent Servicefod.hcgMinstadzay
othr midwestern and western' ONLY ONE BLOCKe NORTH FROM HILL AUDITORIUM
schoolfs and universities. I
_v .i~A~.- " - " _____________

Syracuse Professor ITRET OSEN
Will Head Dry Ticket ~ .r innumi
ill NewYork State~ VVIbIUUh
(R.. associ'trd Press)
NEW YORK, Sept. 29.- Professor Talks on Initernational Affairs c
Robert P. Carroll, of Syracuse uni-I Planned for S. C. A.
versity, was selected today as an in- Meetings:.
deedndygbrntra.'nifdate by representatives of dry or- ?A NU C FALL TOPICS
ganizations.
IThe petition for Professor Carroll, Itrs nitrntoa far
aflready .circulated, probably will be shudrnhg hsatm~n ac-
filed Monday, naming him as guber-' cording to Morton Frank, '33, chair-
natorial candidate of the "Law man of the Student Christian asso-
Preservation party." I ciation international committee,
After the meeting, which was pre- who ec-lyanon eheplans ,
sided over by Fred E. Victor, state - eetyanucdt
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon of hi-s group for the coming year.
League, Mars. D. Leigh Colvin, state International forums are being
president of -_ the W. C. T. U., said arranged= which will take placeI
that in backing an independent -aotoc ot nSna
I candidate, the, Republican drys did f
not feel that they were splitting ; ron nLneHl.Wl
from the Republican party. - qualified speakers from the univer-I
"WVre feel," she said, "that we are s ity and from the country at large
the real- Republicans." ! will be obtained to speak at theseI
MrColvin said the drys would gteisantoedthd iscs
not ru. a full ticket -in the fieldgasiongs ihdwlltollowd thetiscs
but in a. few instances probably,:in hc ilflo.Tetpc
would run dry candidates against) upon which these forums will be
wet Republicans. =held are, as follows: The Possibility
- of a Dictatorship in Germany, The
IBUTLER UNIVERSITY -A: first- =Industrialization of Japan,, The
year women student, recently elected! Independence of. India and Palas-
three five-hour courses, all coming tine, and The Jews in the Near
at 10 o'clock. East.

~Screen Reflection4Es
Fine--and yourself? rIIU

What with an Immature golf
course at the Michigan, a new man- I
agter at the Majestic, and double
feature programs at the Wuerth-
only the talkies themselves have re-
Imained the same over the summer '
respite. And having- been enveigledj
into seeing only three cinema epics
since leaving the Butterfield -do-
main, we start the greater movie!
season with a determination whichI
1augurs. none too well for second-
rate reels (if celluloid.
Currently, Cyril Maude's "Grum-
py" closes today at the Michigan,
follo~wed tomorow by Louis Mann's
"Sins of the Children." And Leatrice
Joy is "A Most Immoral Lady" at
the Majestic. However; Johnny Gilt-
bert redeems the erring --children
and ladies with "Redemption,"'
adopted from Tolstoy,. at, t h e
Wuerth. The other half of- the
Wuerth 's m~iid-week double-header
i~s Jack.- Mulhalls, "The, Fall Guy,"
reputedly a comedy of merit.. -
-Bert.

Radios, Airplane Rides anc
of Cal Deplete CoffE
of Newly Rich.
- (BPI, A.. iafcd i 'r
IVANCOUVER, B. C., Sept
Eskimo families which earn
000 a year selling white fc
and think nothing of sp
$300 a ton for coal and larg~
for long airplane jaunts and
were described by the crew
Hudson Bay Co. trading
Bayc'himo here today after
son in the Arctic -ocean.
Easily won fortunes in t
grading~ occupations of the
haecreated a mxode of 1i
disregard for expense that
persons from, "the outside,
cers of the Baychimo. said
IThey reported no less t
airplanes visited Hershel isle
ing off the Arctic ocean co,
the boundary line of Alas'
Canada, on commercial tri]

Seidfrs

Ju'n' iors

Today
Thursday

q . Amok
Air A m

Shows -at-
2:00.33
7:00.9:00

sophomores

Freshmen

D~oUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM,

JO)HN
GILBERT

CONt'RAD
NAG EL

ADOREt'

JoE

PARKER'

c R 'DEM TIin

is 'OPEN

Fromn Tolstoi's "The Living Corpse"
-AND-
JACK MULl-ALL
In A Comedy Riot
"THE FALL GUY"

Enough Said!9

AkE-SVISIT H-ERE
Dr. Herber D. Curtis, recently ap-
poinjted ,as director of the university
observatory a.nd hiead of, the astron+-
mydepartment to succeed Prof.
aph HCuprtiss, who died last Ike- .
cebewas in town for a short'
time yesterday to confer with Prof.j
CalW.Ru fus, who has been ascting
Bead. of the astronomy department
sinc~e the death of Professor Curtiss
end W~ith D~ean John R. Effinger of
the literary college.'
p uriwho lhas been director
of the Alliegheny observa.tory of the
U1niversity , of Pittsburgh for~ the
past ;ten years, will officially assume
his. new duties October 15. He is
a. Michigan graduate, having receiv-
ed his bachelor's degree here in 1892
a.nd his master's in 1893, his doctor-
ate he obtained from the University,
of Virginia.
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