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October 16, 1955 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1955

Army Makes Big Waves

WASHINGTON (M)-The Army
announced yesterday it has built
the biggest wave-making machine
in the world, able to produce a
hurricane-like breaker.
The product of the Beach Ero-
sion Board, a unit of the Army
Engineer Corps, "will aid in de-
vising possible methods of pro-
tecting coastal areas from hurri-

cane damage," the Army said.
"The new facility will permit
large tests of wave forces and
wave effects, including those of
hurricane proportions," the Army
added.
The machine, mounted in a
concrete tank 635 feet long, 15
feet wide and 20 feet deep, can
build a wave up to seven feet.

Petitioning
Petitions for Soph Scandals
and Junior Girls Play must be
turned in by 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the League undergraduate
office.
Interviewing for committee
chairmanships and membership
on the public relations and
Merit-Tuorial committees will
begin Tuesday.

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A PAIR OF LONDON BOBBIES help Peter Townsend make his way to his car Friday as crowd fills
street outside RAF officer's quarters to glimpse the man who may be Princess Margaret's choice.
Townsend was heading for a quiet weekend in the country, still mum on whether his visit to princess'
London home indicated possible marriage is still in offing.

four year in the Middle East.
Then FAO made available locust
poisons, sprays and some equip-
ment which it was able to obtain
quickly.
Who pays for FAO?
All members contribute, in as-
sessments based on national
wealth and production. The
United Statestbears 30 to 50 per
cent of the total cost. The present
annual budget of FAO is six million
dollars.
IF HE WANTS THE
FINEST j
KODAK
NW SIGNET 35
CAMERA
$75 Inc. Fed. Tax

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white, red, or light blue.

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