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May 10, 1934 - Image 6

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EngineersPlan
Varied Events
'For Dad's Day'
Prilciples Of Engineering,
Equipment To Be Shown
To Fathers, Guests
In order to make the "Dad's Day"
celebration which is being staged by
students in the Engineering College
tomorrow and Saturday a real success,
undergraduates are going to demon-
strate the use of all the equipment
in the various laboratories and ex-
plain the engineering principles
which the equipment embodies, stated
Robert Thorne, '35, chairman of the
committee in charge of arrangements.
Among the host of displays which
visitors will view are the wind tun-
nel, the radio station, and the largest
boat model in the world. The model
will be seen in the marine laboratory,
where also the naval tank and the
demonstration of its use in testing
boat models will be seen. The radio
station is in the West 'Engineering
building and the wind tunnel is in the
aero laboratory.
All general laboratories in the shops'
will be open and on Friday a heat run
of cast iron in the electrical furnace
will be staged. In the metallographic
laboratory a machine welding appara-
tus will be in operation.
In the electrical engineering labora-
tory the latest equipment for the
study of electricity will be on display
and in operation. An oscillograph,
which shows the shape of the waves
of an alternating current; a motor
testing set using a dynamometer; a
high-tension apparatus using a cath-
ode ray oscillograph; a set of "buck-
ing" motors and a stroboscope are
some of the other machines that will
be demonstrated there.
Test specimens of steel will be
broken in the civil engineering lab-
oratory for those interested while
in the engineering mechanics labora-
tory a hydraulic ram will be explained
and demonstrated. Special displays
have been set up in the engineering
mechanics lecture room and in the
mechanical engineering laboratories,

Allegtn Nudist Colony
11s 'Shorts' Opening
ALLEGAN, May 9. - (UP) -The well
dressed nudist is wearing "shorts"
these days, at least in Michigan's
only nudist colony on the outskirts
of Allegan.
The colony, operated by Fred C.
Ring, Kalamazoo dancing teacher,
and his Sunshine Sports league, got
under way with its 1934 season Sat-
urday. The little group of visitors
frolicked in the warm sun, with the
men wearing shorts and the women
clad in trunks and a slight bodice ar-
rangement.
The shorts and things were a com-
promise with the law. Ring already
is under sentence of 30 days in jail
for indecent exposure in connection
with his operation of the camp last
year, but a supreme court appeal from
his conviction now is pending.
Thursday, Frii
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R.O.T.C. Events Continue
With Regimental Review
The second in a series of ceremonies
by the University R.O.T.C. regiment
in the form of a regimental review
will be held at 5 p.m. today at Ferry
Field. These parades and reviews are
part of the program of the R.O.T.C. to
drill students in the proper procedure
to be followed in ceremonies.
The next event will occur Thurs-
day, May 17 when Major James A.
Stevens, Infantry, from the University
of Illinois, will inspect the regiment's
work for the year.
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