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Eastern Tour
Qn Inspection
Yisits In Niagara Falls,
New York, Washington
To Feature Annual Trip
B LeavesApril 6
Plans for the second annual eastern
engineering inspection trip to take
place over Spring Vacation were an-
nounced yesterday by Carrington
Hpward, '40E.
The tour of eastern industrial
plnts will leave Ann Arbor'by special
ihartered bus on Saturday, April 6,
returning Sunday, April 14. The cost
of the entire trip, based on prices for
a similar trip last year, according to
6H*ard, will be approximately $40
per person, including transportation,
food and lodging.
sightseeing and visits to hydro-
electric power stations at Niagara
Falls will highlight the first stop-
over in the eastward trek. Visited on
the drive down to New York City will
be the Corning Glass Works, in Corn-
ng, N.Y.
Tuesday in New York City will feat-
tWe an inspection tour of the Ameri-
can Telephone and Telegraph Long
Lines Department and La Guardia
'ield. Evening plans have not been
was announced yesterday.
The plant of the Federal Shipbuild-
Ing and Drydock Company will be
shown the group enroute to Washing-
on, D.C,, where tours of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation or the Bureau
of Standards and general sightseeing
have been planned.
F'eatured on the return route will
be inspection tours of the Westing-
house Electric plant and the Jones
and Laughlin and Aliquippa steel
Works in Pittsburgh.
Fa iue Cho en
For New Co-op
Brandeis House Officers
Headed By Ed Fried
Twenty members of the recently
formed men's cooperative house chose
as their name Brandeis Cooperative
'House 'in recognition and 'honor of
a consistent champion of liberalism
'and the common people, associate
Justice of the United States Supreme
court, Louis Dembitz Brandeis, it
was announced today.
Officers of the new house, which
was formed between semesters, are
president, Ed Fried, '40; steward-
purchaser, Robert Runyon, Grad.;
treasurer-accountant, Harold Oster-
~weU, '41; house manager, Bill Rock-
Well, '41; 'ad secretary, Richard
S ason, '43.
'Ninth student cooperative house
onpthe University campus, the Bran-
deis House operates on an individual
mnembership charge of $3.75 for room
and board per week, Fried said.
Other members include: Benjamin
Kamberg, '41,, Kenneth DeHaney, '42,
Joseph Francati, '43, Laurence Mas-
cott, '41, Erwin Clahassey, '42, Hugh
Curtis, '42, Wesley Webb, '42, W. S.
Chen, Spec., Tussel Braga, '41, Rich-
ard Borup, Grad, Harvey Goodman,
'42, John Funk, '42, George Ham-
burger, '43, David Lachenbruch, '42,
and Robert Speckhard, '42.

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LASS FROM ARGENTINA-Keeping honors within her family, 1tos-
ita Maria Martinez (above), 13, was named queen of -the Buenos Aires
Carnival, just as her twin sister was named last year. She wears the
costume of the Spanish dancer.
Scientific Marvels To Be Shown
Music poured out of a coffee pot of the past year for the benefit of
is only one of the mysteries to be a mixed technical and non-technical
displayed here in a popular science audience.
lecture "at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the In the "singing coffee pot" demon-
Lecture Hall of the Rackham Build- stration, music will be "poured" out
ing. of the pot by means of a modulated
Sponsored by the department of beam of light passing from a light
electrical engineering, the demon- source in the handle of the pot,
stration lecture will be presented through the stream of water and
here by Dr. Phillips Thomas, re- onto a photo-electric cell concealed
search engineer for the Westing- in the table top. The transfer of
house Electric and Manufacturing sound through the medium of light
Co. is accomplished by a special neon
Styled as "Science Marvels Unfold light whose intensity is varied to
World's New Horizon," the presenta- correspond to the modulation of the
tion will introduce some of the more sound wave. The reverse change back
spectacular scientific developments to electrical impulses and thence to
light is affected by a photo-electric
n Ar n cell connected to a loud speaker.
Fine Arts Institute
To Display Books Shows Daily at
An oriental book bazaar featuring Ending Today
a display of Oriental books from the
Harvard Library and various private
libraries will be held from 4 p.. to
5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the far eastern
art office in' Alumni Memorial Hall.
All books on display will be for
sale. Profits will be added to the
'Chinese art fund.
or Extra
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