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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3L

Ann Arbor

Found

May Obtain
Fairgrounds
The Fairgrounds, an area of
more than 40 acres of land north
west of Ann Arbor, may be pur-
chased by the city.
After two years of negotiation
with city officials, the Washtenaw
County Fair Society has offered to
sell the huge tract for $127,500,
TERMS OF THE offer, included
in a letter delivered Monday to
Mayor William E. Brown, Jr., pro-
vided for a municipal payment of
only $52,500 with the remaining
$75,000 to be held in escrow for
use toward the erection of a youth
center.
The proposition, will be present-
ed to the City Council at its meet-
ing next Monday night, according
to -Mayor Brown.
The Mayor said he may suggest
a $500,000 recreational layout for
the area. He added that, if the
land is purchased, the Council may
ask the University to cooperate in
development of the area.
South Quad Radio
Club Organizes
At an organizational meeting
last night, Joe Moffat, '53A, was
elected director of the new South
Quad Wired Radio Club.
The club discussed plans to con-
tact radio stations in Ann Arbor
and Detroit in an attempt to se-
cure broadcasting equipment. The
Gomberg House council presented
a $15 donation to help the radio
prograyi get going.
The radio club plans to broad-
cast regular programs through the
Quad, independent of other cam-
plus radio stations.

THIS rare piece of Egyptian
blackware, 1 o s t for several
months somewhere in the Museum
of Archaeology was discovered yes-
terday on the fourth shelf of the
museum supply closet. The only
known example of 12th Dynasty
blackware, purchased for the Uni-
versity for 37 cents, was found

-Daily-Al Reid
buried under tissue paper, a ball
of twine, several dozen boxes and
a whisk broom by Betty Bridges,
'52, who was looking for a roll of
paper toweling. "I knew it was
right where I had placed it for
safekeeping," Prof. Enoch Peter-
son, museum director beamed
proudly.

LECTURE SERIES:
Actor Brian Aherne To Face
Footlights of Hill Tomorrow

"Great Moments in Great Liter-
ature" will be presented at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium
when stage and screen star Brian
Aherne appears in Ann Arbor.
Included in the talk will be ex-
Student Councils
Gather for Confab
Approximately 1475 student
council members and advisors will
represent 242 Michigan high
schools here today at the annual
Citizenship Conference, sponsored
by the University.
The student governing groups
will be greeted in the Rackham
Lecture Hall dt 10 a.m. by Presi-
dent Harlan H. Hatcher.
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cerpts from Aherne's stage and
screen roles and readings from the
classics:.
ORIGINALLY scheduled to ap-
pear next week, Aherne's appear-
ance was moved up so that he
could get to rehearsals for his
new Broadway role in "The Con-
stant Wife."
The English born actor, a
member of, the grease-paint
world since he was ten years old,
will play opposite Kathrine Cor-
nell in the Somerset Maugham
vehicle. He and Miss Cornell
are not a new team, having play-
ed together before in "St. Joan,"
"The Barrets of Wimpole Street"
and "Lucrece."
During World War II they tour-
ed Europe with "The Barrets"
playing to the overseas troops,
* * *
AHERNE HAS been in films
since 1934, and has sprinkled his
career with radio and more re-
cently, television appearances.
Tickets for the lecture will be
on sale today and up to lecture
time tomorrow at the Hill Audi-
torium box office. They cost $1.50,
$1.20 and 60 cents.

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Mock Court
Martial Set
For Today
The case of the United States
versus Private Richard E. Roe will
be presented by the University's
ROTC unit at 7:30 p.m. today in
Kellogg Auditorium in a mock
military court trial.
Court martial procedure as pre-
scribed in the new Uniform Code
of Military Justice will be used.
Conducting the trial will be mem-
bers of the ROTC's Military Law
and Boards course.
Using a script prepared by Lieu-
tenant Larry Storm, a graduate of
the Law School, the trial partici-
pants will attempt to demonstrate
how the new military code oper-
ates, in the case of a desertion
charge. /
IN PREPARING for the trial,
Lieut. Storm, in addition to writ-
ing the script, drew up all the
necessary forms required before
such a trial could take place.
The trial, according to Lieut.
Storm, is designed to give mem-
bers of his class experience in
trial procedure. He also pointed
out that it would benefit all men
who expect to be in one of the
armed forces.
"From experience, I can say that
at one time or another in a man's'
military career, he will be connect-
ed with just such a court martial
procedure," he said.
LIEUT. STORM also declared
that the trial will be a general
court martial, as distinguished
from lower forms. "This is the
first time something like this has
been attempted here and the pro-
cedure represents a code of mili-
tary law that is used by all parts
of the Armed Forces.
All students and townspeople are
invited to attend the proceedings.
Among those who have received
special invitations are Dean E.
Blythe Stason of the law school
and Washtenaw . Circuit Court
Judge Joseph R. Breakey.
SCampus
Calendar
Events Today
A preview showing of the Audio-
Visual Center's latest production,
"We'll Remember Michigan," is
scheduled for 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 pm.
in the Audio-Visual Center pre-
view theater, 4051 Administration
building.
The film was produced for the
University Information Services.
Three movies, "Mystic Siam,"
"Scandinavia. - Norway, Sweden
and Denmark," and "Spain-The
Land and the People," are schedul-
ed to be shown to the general pub-
lic at 4:10 p.m. in Kellogg Audi-
torium.
The program is under the aus-
pices of the University Extension
Service and the Audio-Visual Ed-
ucation Center.
* * *
President Harlan H. Hatcher will
participate in discussion of Uni-
versity problems at 8 p.m. in Rack-
ham Amphitheater when the
Michigan chapter of the American
Association of University Profes-
sors meets.
New faculty and staff members
interested in A.A.U.P. are invited to
attend.

Events Tomorrow
The members of the American
Society for Public Administration
will hear John M. Gaus, national
president of the Society, speak on
"Relections on Public Administra-
tion" 8:15 p.m. in the East Con-
ference Room of the Rackham
building.
Gaus, a professor of government
at Harvard University, has served
as consultant to the TVA, UNRRA,
and the National Housing Agency.
* * *
Coming Events
Changing Community patterns
as the result of industrial relo-
cation will be considered at the
Ninth Annual Ann Arbor Con-
ference sponsored by the College
of Architecture and Design Thurs-
day and Friday.
About 100 practicing architects
and community planners will be
present at the conference, which is
open to the public.
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BLOOD CENTER-Members of Zeta Psi fraternity place a marker in front of their house at 1443
Washtenaw, to remind students and townspeople of the hours and location of today's Red Cross Blood
Donation Drive. The blood center is being sponsored by the Inter-fraternity Council.
F",,# l t nolAnxious Male Seeks Illusive Coed

By MIKE SCHERER
A supersonic wind tunnel at bar-
gain rates was accepted by the
Board of Regents at their October
meeting.
For a payment of one half per-
cent on the assessed valuation of
the former Air Force project, the
wind tunnel which has been in
operation at Willow Run Airport

was secured by the Regents for
University Projects.
* * *
THE TUNNEL was transferred
from the U.S. Air Force through
the Surplus Property Act, accord-
ing to Prof. A. M. Kuethe, chair-
man of the University Wind Tun-
nel committee.
The supersonic tunnel, which

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produces wind velocities four
times the speed of sound, will
be used for training and re-
search by the aeronautical engi-
neering department.
Built in 1947 as a part of "Wiz-
ard," the Air Force guided missle
research program, the tunnel is
located in a double hanger on the
Willow Run Airport site. The to-

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BIG WINDS AT BARGAIN RATES:u
'U' Acquires Supersonic Tunnel_

tal transfer of property include
about 3,000 square feet of workin
space. -
Wind tunnel experimentation oP
the "Wizard" program, has bee
discontinued. It was oritinall
being conducted by University en
gineers.
HEART OF THE tunnel is at
eight by 11 inch rectangular work-
ing section about 14 inches long,
In this section accurate scale mo
dels are placed and subjected t
supersonic winds. The model
performances are observed throug
a glass porthole.
Ten vacuum chambers built
from old oil tanks and a surplus
barrage balloon are the essen-
tials of the wind generator. Air
is pumped out of the tanks,
leaving a vacuum, and through1
a dryer into the balloon, where
it is stored until the tunnel is
ready to operate.
When the vacuum tanks Xre re-
opened, the cleaned and dried air
rushes from the balloon through
the tunnel at speeds greate' than
2,000 miles per hour.
* * «
THE WIND TUNNEL is staffed
by twelve graduate students and
research employees workingreither
part or full time. Some of the re-
cent projects have been testing
wing sections and the interferen-
ces between the wing and fuselage
of an airplane.
According to Prof. Kuetl'e, the
most important use of the tunnel
has been to train graduate stu-
dents in wind tunnel operation
and in research and testing tech-
niques.
The research staff of the wind
tunnel project is now under the
direction of H. P, Liepm'an, a
graduate student in aeronautical
engineering.
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To Discuss U.S. Someone named Ann who was
i! l Lo Anglesbound by train on La-
1* * bor Day is sought by the young
Ideas in East man with whom she exchanged
words.
Current American ideas on the The gentleman, Harry John Mil-
east will be under discussion today ler of Long Beach, Calif., "grieves
eas wil b uner iscssin tdayto have lost her while transferring
as Prof. Kenneth Boulding of the ----s-----------s n
economics department, Prof. Doug-
las Crary of the geography depart-
ment, Prof. Frank Huntley of the
English department and Prof.
Mischa Titiev of the anthropology THE P u
department get together in a
panel discussion. INSURED HOME
Free to the public, the discus-
sion will take place at 8 p.m. in the i s OW at
Architecture Auditorium. The pan-
el is sponsored by WSSF, and will Residents o
be mediated by Frank Sulewski,
regional advisor for WSSF who First Payment Guarantes
will be here from Chicago.
Three of the faculty members, Premiums Waived Durin
Professors Crary, Huntley and Ti- Liberal Discount for Ann
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Freshmen Will WILLIAM 'A. CLO
See Principals 208 Nickels Arcade
The University's 22nd Annual
Principal-Freshman and Junior READ AND USE THE
college conference to be held Mon-
day and Tuesday, Nov. 5 and 6,
will attract 300 educators from
all over the country.
The conference, initiated in
1927, provides an opportunity for
new students to express their
opinions on university preparation
and adjustment to their former
high school principals, teachers
and junior college deans.
President Harlan H. Hatcher,-
and Director of Admissions Clyde
Vroman will address the confer-
ence at a luncheon meeting Tues-
day.
Incividual interviews between
principals and their former stu- -
dents have been arranged for 4f
Tuesday. The conference will
open Monday night with an in-=..
formal round table discussion.
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with her.
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a student here, he asks that she
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