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WHAT A TREAT
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iERVICE TO START,
ITATES THOM.PSON
peed and Safety Main Factors
in Aeronautics, Professor
Says Over Radio.:
TAILSPIN IS PROBLEM
ngineers Look for Plane With
High Top Speed and Low
Landing Rate.
Inauguration of a trans-oceanic
ir service will be witnessed in thej
ear future, Prof. Milton J. Thornp-
>n of the Aeronautical engineer-
ig department declared yesterday
'ternoon over radio station WJR.
peed and safety are the two main
torts to be considered in all air
,ansportation,, he said:~
"One of the most important
rablems confronting the, aeronau-
cal engineer is the design of an
rplane which can fly with safety
law speeds," Professor Thomp-
n said. The faster an airplane
avelsdthe greater is its security.
hen. the plane slows down to land,
lerefore, the possibility of acci-
ents is increased.
Low Landing Speed.
Engineers are now working to ob-
in a~ plane which will have a high
p speed and a relatively lo wland-
.g speed, Professor Thompson
.id. This can be accomplished,
owever, only at the sacrifice of
ie maximum speed rate.
Spinning is another problem,t
id Professor Thompson, which
nfront airplane designers. Ef-
rts are now being made to con-
ruct a plane which will not spin
all, or which can be brought out
a spin with little difficulty.
The invention of the autogiro has
lved this problem to a great de-'
ee, Professor Thompson stated.
ie autogiro is not yet as satisfac-
ry as the airplane, because it
es not have as large a maximum
eed, nor will it climb as fast.
Autogiro Not Perfect.
"The machine is not entirely per-
ct and fool-proof," continued

Ancient German Book
Is Given to Library
Librarians of the ISth century
apparently did not trust their pat-
rons for they attached a chain to
all their books so that one could
not take a book more than a few
feet from its position on the shelf
or table.
One of these 15th century Ger-
man manuscripts, written in Latin,
is now on exhibition in the Univer-
sity library. It was presented to the
Library by Lvr. Leroy Crummer, '93,
of Los Angeles, Cal. The book con-
tains manuscripts on many sub-
jects of which three are of medi-
cal interest.
This book is still in its original
form with the ring and chain at-
tached to it. The binding was made
of contemporary parchment, and
the cover is deerskin drawn over a
board with bronze bosses set in. Li-
brarian William W. Bishop said
that it is the only book of its type
in the state.

JAZZ MAESTRO SAYS DANCE BANDS
BRING OLD CLASSICS TO EVERYONE

Director of 'Californians' Tells
of Hearing 'Song of India'
From Newsboys.
By Stanley Arnheim, '341
Jazz, as, it is played today, is do-
ing the masses more good than it
is given credit, especially by the
European artists, Max Fisher, di-
rector of the Californians, a dance
orchestra playing here claims.
Says Mr. Fisher, "The boy of the
street and the girl of the ten cent
store has little opportunity to here
the pieces of such masters as Chop-
in and Rachmaninoff as they can't"
afford to attend Boston Symphon-
ies. But through the medium of
the modern dance orchestra who
convert these classics into fox-
trot tempo, it is common to hear
Rimsky-Korsakov's "Song of India"
on the lips of a newsboy."
The diminutive orchestra leader
rebels against those European mas-
ters who say that Chopin would
turn over in his grave if he heard
one of his pieces played in modern
tempo.
"Why if Chopin were living today
and had his music played in popu-
lar style the grave he'd turn over
Classens to Explain
SSocialistic Program
Discussing the advantages of so-
cialism, August Classens, former
assemblyman of New York, will.
speak at a meeting of, the student
socialist club onn "Socialism, the
Way Out."
The meeting will be held at 3
o'clock, Nov. 8, in Hill auditorium.
Following the lecture the meeting
will be thrown open for discussion,

in would be a better one than he
has now because he'd get more for
his work.
"Fritz Kreisler complains of us
commercializingon those numbers,
but he, and the others, in turn
play popular numbers because they
know they'll get better prices for
them than they will on the master-
pieces."
The pure popular movement,
Fisher thinks, is getting back to
the sweet melody and rhythm,
breaking away from the."cow-bells
of the jazz-band of yesterday." He
offers for example the piece "Good-
night Sweetheart" which he thinks
is the most popular number of the
day and typical of the present
American music.

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NOTICE
IDEAL LAUNDRY CO.
204 North Main Phone 39161
Laundry drop box at Barbecue
opposite Angell Hall. 200c
THESES TYPED - Miss Conkey.
Call 5568 after 6. 240
STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
4863. 150

STOP AT
T.hie

Hub Sandwich Shop
Before or After Theatre
FOR THICK MALTED AND DELICIOUS
TOASTED SANDWICES
Try Our Noonday Hot Plate Luncheon, 40c
MICHIGAN THEATRE BUILDING
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Professo'r Thompson, "as some of
its advertisers would have us be-
lieve, but it seems quite probable
that such difficulties as do exist
will be ironed out in time.
"The Airplane and the autogiro
are machines which, in commercial
aeronautics, are primarily suitable
for short trips at high speeds,
while dirigibles are best adapted
to 1o n g trans-continental and
oceanic trips at slower speeds."
Akron Described.
The Akron is now the largest
lighter-than-air ship ever con-
structed, Professor Thompson stat-
ed, being 785 feet long and having
a capacity of 6,500,000 cubic feet
of helium gas. There is a rivet in
'the "Akron" for every cubicfoot
of gas it contains.

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HOME-MA'DE
CANDIES
IN
Special
Boxes
1 1b. 75c
ALSO
Chocolate Covered
Cherries
39c a Box
Sugar Bowl
109 SOUTH MAIN

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WANTED-Student laundry. Also
bedding. Reasonable prices. Soft
water. Call for and deliver.
Family Washings. Phone 707-
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FOR RENT
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vate bath and shower. Sunny
rooms. Also double and single
room. Might arrange for club or
group desiring to cook. Phone
8544. 422 E. Washington. 243
I FOR RENT-Desirable room with
household privileges for young
married couple. Dial 21253 after
6 P. M. 241
FOR RENT-Single rooms, attrac-
tive, comfortable, reasonable.
931 Greenwood. 236
FOR SALE
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
finance company for balance.
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.
235
LOST
BROWN PURSE lost on East Uni-
versity. Call 6641. Reward of-
fered. 242
LOST-Brown billfold containing
$300. Reward. Call or return to
Huron.Valley Chevrolet Co. Tele-
phone 22565 244
BULOVA wrist watch, bearing
initials H. F. Return to Henry
Fiferman, 1302 North University.
Phone 5949. Reward. 239

The Spat
stock of

$ 25to$ 00
The city's best Spat value for $1.25 per pair
Shoe Trees, Polishing Sets, Boot Jacks, etc.
T-he EARLE BOOS OP
123 EAST LIBERTY STREET
The problem of where to eat vitally concerns every one
who is not living at home. At Freeman's you will find
served only the most wholesome foods-a trial will con.
vince you.
Lunch and Dinner (per week) .$5.50
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
(per week) ........ . $7.00
SundayDinner...............,.75c

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high grade, good fitting styles. Priced at

NOTICE!
Fraternities, Clubs, Sororities
Herman Simms'
HOT , "PEP"PER
ORCHESTRA
Singing and Entertaining,
Furnishing Music for
Dances, Parties, Banquets
Phone or Write
Walnut 2775-W
6023 Scotten Ave.
Detroit, Mich.

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Crisp Autumn Days
FOOTBALL
Gay parties in town and with-
in campus gates and of course,
October's favorite blooms.

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Whenever the occasion suggests flowers.
We have a lovely variety of colors.

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SKINNED SMOKED HAM
Honey Brand, 17 to 20 lbs............
BACON (in slab or chunk)
Best Maid or Jack Sprat Brand.......
KRAFT OLD FASHIONED
SALAD DRESSING, 12 oz. jar
MONTMORENCY CHEERIES
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MAX
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CALIFORNIANS

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William Haines
as Wajigo

JusT as Elias Howe's sewing machine revolutionized
the construction of textile products, arc welding is
changing methods of construction of metal products.
Electricity is changing all the old methods, whether in
the fabrication of buildings, in manufacturing, or in
transportation.
To-day, welded steel is replacing castings; arc weld-
ing is used in the construction of the automobiles in
which we ride; it joins together those long, sinuous
pipe lines which bring oil, gas, and water from fields
and reservoirs to city and sea; silently, swiftly it knit
the steel framework of skyscrapers with joints as strong
as the metal itself; it is used in the construction of thou-
sands of products in industry. It is a repair tool of uni-
versal utility. To-day has shown only a few of its uses,
while to-morrow will reveal thousands of other
applications.
The materially improved G-Earc welders, recently intro-
duced, were largely thedevelopment of college-trained
men who had supplemented technical theory with

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(Idol of Broadway)
ERNEST TORRENCE
LEILA HYAMS

ESCELBACH

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$1,000,000 WORTH OF FUN!

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