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October 09, 1938 - Image 6

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iew Of World's Fair Capsule-
ToPwith device
for hoistin . f

i 7i' o .Y... ., .. ,.. . .,u..r..ti.r cs .

jupon this capsule before the year


~vr nder ~hundred persons can be accommoat-
Wonder City' Expected ed on a moving platform from which M
Co Attract 60,000,000 vastpanoramas will be viewed. TheA
big ball, seen from without, wie ap- -
Editor's Note: This the first of a pear to float on fountain spray amid
les of articles on the New York clouds despite its weight of 9,300.300
rld's Fair 1939 by Norman A. Schorr, pounds.I
iunior member of the Daly Staf) The Trylon is a three-sided steel
3uilding the World of Tomorrow" i sphere, 700 feet high, which will be Q
he bold task that 62 foreign na- used for broadcasting purposes. AjC
s, 34 states and possessions of used for b sing prpoes. A
Union and world-wide industryE Helicline or .spiral ramp will encircle 011
attempt to present at the New a pool beneath these figures, leading
k World's Fair, 1939, at an est- visitors up to a platform in the Try-
ked cost of $150,000,000. Ion and then across a span to the
mid an unrivalled setting of color Perisphere.j
music, on April 30, next year, a Ground-breaking ceremonies were
e. commemorating the 150th an- held at Flushing Meadow, the site of
rsary of the inauguration of the Fair grounds June 29, 1936. A i>
rge Washington at New York, the preview was held on April 30 of this
it " entrances to the Fair will be year, just a year before the official
wn open.nVisitors will gaze spell- opening, and an unanticipated crowd
nd upon what has be'en called "a of one million jammed the Fair
der city risen from a former ash grounds.
ip and swamp." The Fair is divided into 14 major
n attendance of 60,000,000 is ex- sections, each one pertaining to a
ed to visit the Fair grounds of phase of modern life: Government, x,
3% acres Which have been re- Production, Transportation, Com- -
me and made redy for a quick munication, Distribution, Businessh
isfonation into a municipal park Systems, Shelter, Clothing and Cos-s
r the Fair period. Twenty-five na- metics, Sustenance, Health and Pub-f
s will have constructed their own lic Welfare, Education, Recreation, '
ilions and at least 38 others will Arts and Religion. f.
lay their products in the build-
s comprising the Hall of Nations..
amusement zone of 280 acres has I r n
n providednt onrvde full mceanFederal Judge The 800 pound capsule to be buried at
e of relaxation. prvda ulm -Fair, packed with records of today's ci
he guiding spirit of the Fair, S entences 13 inspected by Westinghouse workers, in
ilding the World of Tomorrow" is to New York. The metal envelope will p
:esented by the high-relief sculp- a tangible record of life in our time. R
e on the facade of the Administra- Convicted Michigan People showing how it is to be packed
1 Building which depicts a woman
p Manhattan's skyscrapers and Face Prison Termse
i th vei fro thye word ofo- Deb~e aters ToB g*
rrow. MARQUETTE, Oct. 8.-(RP)-Federal
'he Perisphere and Trylon, the two Judge Fred M. Raymond today passed Meets Next Month
Ltres which symbolize the theme sentence on 13 defendants in Federal -
he Fair are essentlplly, a ball and Court here. The varsity debating team, Big Ten
tider spheremThep erisphere, now A directed verdict of innocent was champions for three years, has slated
ctically completed is a hol or Russell B. Renshaw of Sault four contests on the question, "Re-
St. Marie, who had been charged solved That the United States should
ranco Frees with theft of Government property establish an alliance with Great Brit-
from the United States Forestry Serv- ai." The team, with three veterans,
ice. encounters Indiana and Ohio here
14 American
Seven persons were sentenced for and Purdue and Indiana away intheir
Internal Revenue law violations. They Big Ten schedule which starts about
wr:the middle of November, according to
eth Winning eries' Peter Piatti, Iron Mountain.,Maur- Coach Arthur Secord.
Is First Query izio Piatti, Iron Mountain, Peter Sha- The team will start the season
_ _balj, Mohawk, Edward W. Pflugi, Lake against Michigan State with a dem-
IENDAYE, Frace -(At the Span- Linden, Mrs. Mary Zanardi, Calumet, onstration debate for high school stu-
DFroAYE, Oct8.-(AP-Fourteen Charles Hakala, Hancocl, Clarence J. dents in the Rackham School audi-
Fronttor)um at 2-pPm.F Oct.e22.
ericans who had been captured by Therrian, Phillipsville. t__u_____m. ct 2'
Spanish Insurgents were freed to- ,c;o so ceoco o co(OUoo O
r after months of imprisonment,
en clean clothes, fed ham and eggs,
1 told that the New York Yankees at
re doing nicely.
'Who's winningrthe World Series?"
,saone of the first questions asked r Nfor
the group arrived in France from
in, across the border in insurgent
ain. Dainty Ladies 4
the fourteen were exchanged for
IMalian aviators in a deal arranged
United States Ambassador Claude Printed Hankies
Bowers. Thiey came from the sah Pesn N ckrhfs
dro De Cardena Prison Camp, in ~I
~abandoned monastery, where 4 f
Ier American captives are reported GAGE LINEN 1 Ie ehs
Escorted by an insurgent guard, thev
crossed the International Bridge - ALWAYS REASONABLY PRICED -t
d sat down to eat what they called 1,0 NICKELS ARCADE
he first square meal we can re-:-
amber"-ham and eaa and steak. -c ) o o) (e n c o o~c o v

ark where future
Arch eologists
ill saw Ito pr


)uter shell of:
upaIoy, copper
loy hardas sleel
Pyrex glass/
inner envelope
Objects to be
preserved /


i i

L rary etectea 1 _ toncrease
Enlightenment Of 70th Century l
Rceiv*es Book Explaining copper. .5 per cent chromium and .1t
per cent silver. This material 'has theC
f orklings Of Worlds hardness of steel and the resistance
FarcTmeCasle to corrosion of pure copper. It isa
seven feet, six inches long and over
eight inches in diameter. Within is
By MALCOLM LONG a second smaller crypt and in this aC
If, in the year 6939 A. D., 5,000 pyrex glass envelope emibedded in a
years from now, the people of that petroleum base wax. Within this en-l
era dig up the "Time Capsule" which velope, all air has been exhausted
is buried on the grounds of the New and it has been refilled with the in-
York World's Fair, the General Li- 'active gas, nitrogen.
brary of the University of Michigan Inscribed on the capsule is the date
will have shared the success of one of deposit, Sept. 23, 1938, and thei
of the most ambitious archeological admonition "if anyone should come I
projects ever undertaken.
The University library has been
selected as one ofrthetrepositories th o ovs
book describing the time capsule and
telling the people of that time how F
:o find and how to understand it. This __
book is printed in non-fading ink on FOR RENT
permanent rag paper and lin a type FOR RENT-Attractive well furn-
designed by Frederic W. Goudy. fished rooms. Single or double. 715
Copies of the book will be sent to E.hHdroo. Sne odub. 15
libraries throughout the world, even E. Huron. Phone 8528.,119
to such remote places as the Budd- FOR RENT-Rooms, single and
hist Temples in India, Ceylon and double Private shower, new inner
Burma, the Shinto Shrines of Japan stic.heat,
and the Lamaseries of Tibet. So the spraig matressesuhone 2 1961022
story of Shangri-La in "Lost Hor- Forest. 106
izons" may conceivably have a coun-
terpart in real life, in an age many FOR RENT-Attractive well-furn-
years from now, and serve its pur- ish room for faculty member or
pose in preserving our civilization for upperclassman. No other roomers.
future ages. Garage. Phone 4808. 117
The books describes the design and
structure of the torpedo shaped cap- FOR RENT-First class single and
sule and relates briefly the ceremonies double, price reasonable. New beds
at the World's *Fair of 1939 when it and desks. 1117 S. Forest. 36,
was deposited fifty feet in the ground.
The capsule is made of an alloy FOR RENT-Garage for rent. Vicin-
known as ",Cupaloy," 99.4 per cent ity South University, Washtenaw.
Forest Ave. Phone 5929. 1131

A. D. 6939 let him not wantonly dis-
turb it, for to do so would be to de-
prive the people of that era of the
egacy here left to them. Cherish it
therefore in a safe place."
The contents placed inside of the
capsule include among selected ob-
jects an 1100 foot microfilm "essay"
comprising more than ten million
words and a thousand pictures, var-
ous aids to translation such as a
Lord's Prayer in 300 languages, print-
ed and pictorial descriptions of our
homes, offices and factories; our
arts, entertainments, religions, edu-
cational systems, sciences, newspap-
ers, books, magazines and industries.
At the beginning of each of the four
reels of the microfilm are directions
for building a projection machine

Public Speaking, Sports, Piano,
Sewing, First Aid, Home Nursing,
Photography, WoodwciiK, Drama-
tics, Lip Reading, Mechanical Draw-
ing, Interior Decorating, Aviation,
Cooking, Salesmanship, and Mer-
chandising. Registration Fee. Ann
Arbor High School. For further in-
formation call 5797. 81

Mas+iC waer-
proofng and
shock roofin3
the site of the New York's

LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 9


vilization, is piteured at the left,
Pittsburgh, before it was shipped
reserve for scientists of 6939 A. D.
ight, is the drawing of the tube,





A Toast!

FOR RENT-DeLuxe house trailer, 21
feet, sleeps four, owned by faculty
man. Attractive rats for winter or
1semester. Phone 4567.* 108
POR RENT-Rooms for boys, 2 blocks
from campus, stores. One block
from movies. Single at $4 per week,
suite at $3.50 per week. Roomy. Call
2-1767. 110
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
men students, comfortably furn-
ished, warm; continuous hot water;
garage available. 309 N. University.
Phone 8876. 92
FOR RENT-Very attractive double
or single room in private home for
graduate or working girl, or teach-
er. Phone 8321, 839 Tappan. 103
LOST-A white oblong rhinestone pin.
Award. Call 7486. 119
LOST-Sigma Phi Bpsilon pin at
League Saturday. Reward. Call
2-3189 immediately. 114
LOST-Will the person who picked
up slide rule, marked W. M. K., at
Ferry Field Ad. Building on Oct. 7
call Kendall. Tel. 6980. Reward of-
fered. 116
LOST-Hamilton wrist watch in
Union washroor, Friday. Reward.
Call Irl Brent, 2-3297. 118
ENROLLMENT in Public Evening
School classes Monday evening, Oct.
10th. Classes ir. Shorthand, Typing,
Bookkeeping, English, Mathematics,
French, German, Spanish, Citizen-
ship, English for Foreigners, Art,

607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
tOndershirts... . ... .04
Shorts...... . . ... ...04
Pajama Suits .... ....... .10
5ocks, pair ...... . . ........03
Handkerchiefs....... . ...02
Bath Towels..........03
All Work Guaranteed
kiso special prices on Coed's laun-
dries. All bundles done separately.
No markings. Silks, wools our
FOR SALE - Underwood portable
typewriter. Excellent condition,
reasonably priced. Call 4920 between
6 and 7 p. m. 100
Latest Dance Records
Victor and Brunswick 40c
Decca and Blue Bird 20c
MURRAY, 736 S. State Ph. 2-1777
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist.
Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
Phone 6327. 10
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
MEN-Hair cutting and scalp treat-
ment by Don Rogers. For appoint-
ment 4818. Groomwell, 1205 South
UN versity. 115
FOUR PERSONS, interested in going
to Minneapolis and return for
Michigan-Minnesota football game.
Call 2-1227 between 5'and 6. U. F.
Kessler. 04
BOARD-$5.50 per week. Table ser-
vice delicious Southern cooking.
Close to campus. 1022 Forest. 107


. . . TO THE ALLENEL . . . where the food is the best ...
where you'll find greater variety on the menu . .. and where
the service is always prompt and efficient . . . It's the place
for that Sunday dinner, relaxation before a dance or just a
spot to drop in on. Famous for their high health rating.
You can't go wrong at the Taproom or Dining Room of the-


126 East Huron Street

Phone 4241





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