THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1936
Bureau Of Labori Another Queen Elizabeth?
( offer can not be explained. The ad- I letterhead is the People's Trust Build-
Einsteins, Here's Chance ( dress of the law firm as found on the ing, South Bend, Ind.
To Figure For A Figure --
Of course you can use live dollars.
And here's how to get it:
John Morris, '83L, now of the lawiC
firm of Morris, Newkirk and Hasley,""
has just written a letter to T. Hawley " *
Tapping, general secretary of the
Alumni Association, in which he of-
fers five dollars to the first under- S I N C E ( 52
graduate attending the University of z_ E PA-NGTON'PHONE 2 , 2
Michigan who sends him the correct -07----G
solution to the following problem :
"What is the area of a regular
pentagon and also of a regular deca-
gon whose sides are each 12 feet?" * 3
Other than the information con-
tained in the foregoing statement,
only the address of Mr. Morris has
been given, so the purpose of the
619 EAST LIBERTY ST
VANILLA - PUMPKIN
There are forty-eight days
in which to Christmas shop,
But it's just one week
Until the Union Hop.
St. Nick won't come,
But he's the only one.
November the 6th $2.50 a BID
-Associated Press Photo
AiheghAR ;,a i!; stirred about
the ci.necs of rs. Walls Sipson
be orning, a (queenv, old England has
its heat t on another Quemn
Elizabcth. The tn-year-cld daugh-
ter of the Drke ard Duchess of
York wculd b rome Crown Princess
if King Edward should abdicate to
marry. She is shown with the King
when he was Prince of Wales.
Five new steel alloys have been
patented by the University since the
introduction of a commercial tensile
machine which is used for testing
metals at high temperatures, accord-
ing to Dr. Claude L. Clark, of the
research engineering department.
The purpose of the machine is to
determine the characteristics of the
metals such as tensile strength and
ductility under high temperatures.
The metals -thus tested are used for
such purposes as super-heaters and
oil cracking tubes.
The machine, which looks like a
large vise set on end, has an electric
furnace which will heat the metals
as high as 2,300 degrees Fahrenheit,
was installed at a cost of approxi-
mately $4,500. It has three pressure
ranges which enable the engineer to
get a better idea of what is happen-
ing at the lower stresses.
This type of machine is extensively
used in commercial research labora-
tories for the determining of the
strength of various metals under dif-
ferent temperatures and stresses.
With the machine metals can be
subjected to a stress of as high as
60,000 pounds per square inch.
P OLITICAL, ADVERTISEMENT
IThe Democratic CandidateI
Don't procrastinate any longer!
Purchase your Ensian on Campus
Our salesmen will give it away
at the lowest price of the year.
Bring four dollars for a full pay-
ment or one dollar for a down'
HAROLD D. GOLDS
ATTOR. EY-AT- LAW
Graduate of the University of
Eight yeais of university train-
ing; nine years of practice; a
sympathetic understanding of
the human problems of the
We have a date today.
Yours, if you're smart