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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 9,1935

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Former Congressman May Succeed Cutting

A 1 d e r Issues Naal Exhibit To
Call For S.C.A. aPart In Proje
Camp Leaders EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the thirdy
in a series of articles dealingwith the
exhibits that have been planned for
the Engineering Open House which will
117 Positions Available;,be held in conjunction with Spring
Offe Va yI Ty Homecoming May 17 and 18.
OffWrkVritBy RALPH W. HURD
Of Work A program designed to combine
Apopular interest with scientific in-
A call for all those students inter- formation has been prepared for the
ested in working at the Fresh Air Open House by the department of
Camp this coming camp season was naval architecture and marine engi-
issued yesterday by George G. Adler, neering, under the direction of Boyd
camp director. There are 17 positions Dennison Jr., '35E, program commit-
open to students. tee chairman.
Alder stated that students "serious- The department's naval tank will
ly interested in the broader fields of be open, and the method of testing
education, and social sciences, medi- model boats and vessels by drawing
cine, law, and the like should apply them through the water behind a tow
for a camp position." Alder empha- car will be demonstrated. Visitors
sized, however, that it was not neces- I will be given the opportunity of riding
sary for those applying to be taking on the tow car so that closer observa-
work which lies in these fields. tions of the tests may be obtainable.
The positions available are numer- In cooperation with the mechanical
ous and offer a variety in the type engineering department, a small com-
of work. Eight cabin counsellors, pound marine steam engine will be set
and three kitchen helpers will be se- up to run. This engine was originally
lected as well as swimming, handi- used in the captain's barge taken from
craft and nature instructors. Salar- one of the Spanish men-of-war sunk
ies for the jobs vary as to the nature in the battle of Manila Bay.
of position and the past experience Closely allied with the displays in
of those chosen. A training period marine engineering, a unique experi-
of two weeks, from June 18 to June ment in hydraulic engineering will be
29,prir t th oenig o th capconducted. This experiment includes
9 rior tofthe oenang of the ecampan operating model of a dam with a
Those wishing to apply for any of syphon spillway. The spillway will
the positions are asked to get appli- produce a hydraulic jump down
cation forms at Lane Hall or from stream from the dam, and this jump
catioefor msG.Al awill be accompanied by some locks for
George G. Alder. raising boats from the low level to
SHILLINGER SPEAKS HERE ,high level
Dr. J. E. Shillinger of the disease =- - - --=
investigations bureau of the Biologi-
cal Survey in Washington. D. C.,
spoke on "Wild Life Diseases" before
biologists at 1 p.m. yesterday in Room
2039, Natural Science Building. Dr.
Shillinger is her conferring with Prof.
E. C. O'Roke of the School of For-
estry and Conservation who is col-

Tale Leading
eted Open House
The sanitary division has an-
nounced that a special model water
softening plant will be completed and
ready for operation during the Open
House. This model will include a
sewage system, a filtration plant with

pipes, filter sands and strainers, and
finally a display of bacteriological
facilities to siupplement the model
plant.
Those who like to think of our
present age as characterized by a
dominance of "machines over man"
may find proof of their theories in
the extensive display of machines and
apparatus in the engineering mechan-
ics division, all of which will be run-
ning "full blast" during the entire
period of the Open House.

-Associated Press Photo.
Dennis Chavez, former Democratic congressman mentioned as a
likely suc essor to the late Bronson 1M. Cutting, victim of a Missouri
airplane crash, is shown reading an account of his erstwhile rival's
death. Cha v z has contested Cutting's re-election last fall.
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This young lady records the meaningless syllables spoken by the man.
AND, "How does kib like that?" Such questions sound
senseless - yet they play an important part in
making articulation tests on new types of telephone
apparatus at Bell Telephone Laboratories.
In making these tests, 6336 meaningless syllables
are spoken - while observers record what they hear.
Comparison of sounds actually spoken with those heard,
shows how well the new apparatus reproduces the many
sounds of which speech is composed.
Such thoroughness is typical of Bell System-methods.
Years of inventing, improving and testing, have led to
the apparatus which transmits your words so clearly.
Why not say "Hello" to Mother and
Dad tonight? Bargain rates on sta-
tion-to-station calls aftf4 8:30 P. i.
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM

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FESTIVAL

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1. Wednesday, May 15, 8:15 P.M.
Artist Concert. Festival debut of HELEN JEPSON, Metro-
politan Opera Soprano. World premiere of "Drum Taps."
Howard Hanson, composer, conducting. The Chicago Sym-
phony Orchestra, The Choral Union, Frederick Stock, Con- .
ductor.
2. Thursday, May 16, 8:15 P.M.
Artist-Choral Concert. Festival debut of MARY MOORE,
coloratura soprano of the Metropolitan. "King David" by
Honegger. Ethyl Hayden, soprano; Myrtle Leonard, con-
tralto; Paul Althouse, tenor; Paul Leyssac, narrator. Choral
Union, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Earl V. Moore and
Frederick Stock, Conductors.
3. Friday, May 17, 2:30 P.M.
Young People's Concert. RUTH POSSELT, violinist. Or-
chestra accompaniment. Young People's Festival Chorus.
World premiere of "Jumblies" by Dorothy James. Eric
DeLamarter and Juva Higbee, Conductors.
4. Friday, May 17, 8:15 P.M.
Artist concert. GIOVANNI MARTINELLI of the Metropoli-
tan Opera, tenor. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fred-
erick Stock, Conductor.
5. Saturday, May 18, 2:30 P.M.
Symphony concert. JOSEF LHEVINNE, pianist. Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
6. Saturday, May 18, 8:15 P.M.

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