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November 15, 1939 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-11-15

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this tiny earth may be swirling Clpiege coverage o the recent.
through a dense swarm of meteorites Michigan-Life transportation confer-
which may continue on through to- ence will feature the second issue of ROTC Drum and Bugle Corps will
morrow morning, Dr. Heber D. Cur- the Michigan Technic which goes on
tis, director of the University obser- sale today.
vatories, declared yesterday. Scooping Life magazine by a week, LOrch Attends
The meteorites, billions of minute, the Technic will present both plc-
pin-point particles from space, which torial and .technical views of the H onor erVICe
bombard the earth, will, if they do, transportation conference, Seymour
stream into brilliant paths when they A. Furbush, '41E, editor, said. In-
strike the atmosphere and may be eluded will be pictures of the vari- To Participate At Program
observed easily with the naked eye, ous phases of the conference, re-
Dr. Heber said. However, he added, leased through courtesy of Life. In Chicago s Hull House
because of the direction from which Also included will be a sidelight
the meteorites approach the earth, of the engineering college entitled Prof. Emil Lurch, of the college of
the display will not be visible until "In and Around Ann Arbor," a new architecture and design will partict-
after midnight. book reviev department, technical pate in a memorial program this af-
Dr. Curtis cautioned amateur' features and presentations by stu- ternoon at Chicago in honor of the
Dr. urti cauione amaeurlate Irving K. bond, distinguishd
meteor observers that this year'y dis- dents and faculty. Various activities . I
play will not be a great burst of light and meetings for the next month Michigan architet who died last
in the skies. The careful observer, in the college and the University will month.
he said, may expect to see about one also be an added feature this month, The memorial service will be held
he sidmayexpct o se aout ne cc~din toFurush inHull House, one of the buildings
hundred of the "shooting stars in according to Furbush. which Mr. Pond designed during his
an hour. To observe the phenome- Campus sales will open at 8 a.m. lifetime. The programntoday will be
non best, Dr. Curtis suggested, one today at the Engineering Arch, the sponsore. by orga to wich
should seek some place away from lobby of the East Engineering ,Build- Mr. Pond belonged during his life-
the glare of the city lights and where ing and at the secretary's office in time.
no clouds obscure the sky. ;'the West Engineering Building.- Professor Lorch, who left for Chi-
cago yesterday, will deliver an ad-
} " ~ dress at 3:30 p.m. The service will
Alumnus Stationed In Shanghai followed by an exhibition of archi-
tectural design sponsored by the firm
Descbes War Perils In ChinaeM.Pond was employed at the


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