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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1934

VAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4,1934

Start Work At
Localized Units

New Developments Announced
In Naval Tank Experiments

Subject Of Baldwin
Series Announce d
The topics of the Baldwin Lectures,

VI u1) IIiv e1's1Ly New developments in the research 4uilding in 1904. The tank is 300 to be given under the auspices of the
'work conducted by the department feet long, 20 feet wide, and 10 feet Episcopal Church by Dr. Bernard Id-
m of naval architecture and marine deep. It contains approximately one- dings Bell, noted author and lecturer,
Michigan Thumb District engineering in the naval tank, iocated half million gallons of water. Besides were released yesterday from the of-
on the first floor of the West Engi- its laboratory use, the tank is fur-
Leads All Other Sections neering Building, were announced by ther employed as a reservoir of wat- fice of Dr. E. W. Bakeman, counsel-
Of State In Enrollment Prof. H. C. Adams of the department. er in connection with the campus fire for in religious education.
The investigations are being un- prevention system. S For the first lecture, which will be
Sixteen freshman college units in dertaken under three different heads: A car mounted on a track running held at 8 p. in., Oct. 14, in Hill Audi-
the thumb of Michigan started ac- the effect of trim on wake and re- the length of the tank and driven by torium, the author of "Beyond Agnos-
cording to schedule Monday under sistance, conducted by Prof. Louis electric motors is used to tow models ticism" will discuss the "Origin of
the supervision of the University, it Baier; skin friction and wettability, of vessels through the water, and is Religion." The following two lec-
conducted by Dr. Lamble; and roll- equipped with devices to measure tures, to be given Oct. 16 and 17 at
was announced yesterday by the office ing, conducted by Professor Adams. their speed and resistance. By suc- 4:15 p. m. in Lydia Mendelssohn
of Dr. Charles A. Fisher, assistant di-: Ordinarily, research undertaken cessively varying one dimension of "Theatre, will be on the "Development
rector of the extension division. through the facilities of the naval the hull, the results of such variations of Judaism," and the "Emergency of
Made possible under the Federal tank are devoted to finding new de- can be observed and recorded.
Emegeny elif Amiistatinsigns whereby vessels can cut through Among the achievements of the
Emergency Relief Administration, the water with the least possible re- naval tank investigations has been POTS ARE ENFORCED
these college units will teach avariety sistance, Prof. Adams said. How- the designing of the hulls used by While the freshman pot on the
of subjects, directed by the Univer- ever, the investigations now being nearly all of the lake steamers and Michigan campus is fast becoming a
sity department into which they fall. done on the rolling of large ships is ore-boats. thing of the past, it is no illusion at
intended to develop a greater resist- Reports of investigatiens made by the University of Detroit. "All male
Teachers, paid $15 per week by the ance of ship's hulls to the force of the laboratory have been published students, says the Varsity News,
federal government, were hired by the water, and thus, it is planned, de- by the Society of Naval Architecture, "must wear a pot, and the co-eds
Dr. T. Luther Purdom, director of crease the tendency of vessels toward and. the research work has been made must wear a white beret at all times
the University Bureau of Appoint- rolling. available for instructional purposes as while on the campus." In addition to
ments and Occupational Information. The ultimate goal of this investiga- well as being used by commercial con- this, all freshmen will be governed

|lothes Floating In
Huron Baffle Police
State Police are still searching for
clues that may throw light on the
woman's clothes and jewelry found
Monday in a box floating on the Hur-
on River near the Osborn bridge, it
was reported last night.
The clothing, which consists of a
red cloth hat and a black silk hat,
was discovered by P. H. Harding, who
lives near the bridge. State Trooper
Frank Wallace of the Ypsilanti post
is in ch.arge of the investigation.
HEROISM SAVES GUIDE
LEOBEN. Austria, Oct. 3.- OP) -
President Wilhelm Miklas today com-
muted the death sentence passed upon
an Austrian Nazi because he was a
mountain guide whohad saved the
lives of 40 mountain climbers in dis-
tress.
The Nazi, Peter Pfister, was sen-
tenced for participating in the July
insurrection in which Chancellor Doll-
fuss was slain.

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Whenever any community has 40
students enrolled, a unit will be set
up.
Spread over 21 counties, the Uni-
versity-sponsored freshman colleges
are in the following towns and cities:
Boyne City, Charlevoix, Petoskey,
Sandusky, Deckerville, Bad Axe,
Croswell, Brown City, Harbor Beach,
Cass City, Mancelona, Harbor Springs,
and East Jordan.
Other state educational institutions
are sponsoring units in other parts
of the State, Ann Arbor being under
the Michigan State Normal College*
at Ypsilanti and directed by Otto W.
Haisley, local superintendent of
schools. Classes here will begin' Oct.
8.

tion, according to Professor Adams,'
will be the development of a hull de-4
sign by which the angle of a ship'sI
rolling, and the time the vessel takes
to return to a stable positionaonce it
has started to roll will be at a mini-
mum; and to achieve such an effect
without a material increase in the
power necessary to drive a ship
through the water at a given speed.
The other investigations, conducted
by Professor Baier and Dr. Lamble,
are concerned with problems of hull
designing as they affect the friction,
the wake, and the resistance of ves-
sels under varying conditions of trim
and wettability.
The naval tank was constructed as
a part of the original engineering

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BANKERS CLEARPED
CLEVELAND, Oct. 3.--- (/P) - Harry
C. Robinson and William R. Green,
former vice presidents of the defunct
Guardian Trust Co., were acquitted of
charges of misapplication of funds
and false entry today in Federal Court
in a directed verdict ordered by Judge
Samuel H. West.

by members of a Vigilance committee.
Detroit should lose its freshmen to
Michigan!
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