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TUSDAYl, OCTOBERa9, 195

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'U' RESEARCHERS TO FIRE:
Rockets To Pierce Canadian Silence

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The wastelands of Canada's
Hudson Bay region will soon echo
to rocket blasts as University re-
searchers prepare explorations in- I
to the earth's upper atmosphere. p
Lead by project engineer Nelson s
Spenser, a six man team of elec-
trical engineers from the Engin-
eering Research Institute flew last a
week to Fort Churchill, some 300t
miles below the Artic Circle. t
There, under the auspices of thes
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"A TRULY GREAT PICTURE!";
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ir Force, they will fire the first
wo rockets in this country's pre-
International Geophysical Year
rogram of upper atmosphere re-
iearch.
100 MilesUp
Probing 100 miles high into the
rtic atmosphere, the rockets will
neasure density, air pressure and
emperature.
The firings by the Michigan re-
earchers mark the first use of
'ort Churchill as a rocket launch-
ng site. It was chosen, project en-
ineer Robert Boggess explained,
To .gather more data on the at-
nosphere especially in polar reg-
ons.
"We've pretty well probed the
ir around White Sands," Bog-
ess added, referring to the New
dexico base, scene of numerous
ocket launchings by the Air Force
Lnd the University.
Launch Newer Type
The first Fort Churchill rocket,
one-ton 25 foot-long Aerobee,
ill be fired Oct. 16. Considered
he "standard" rocket for upper
tmosphere research, according to
oggess, the Aerobee reaches sup-
rsonic speeds.
Three days later, University re-
earchers will launch a newer type
ocket, the Cajun. A slender nine
oot long rocket with a Nike anti-
ircraft missle booster unit at-
ached, the Cajun was fired first
.st August at White Sands.
The Cajun, less expensive than
he larger Aerobee, will see con-
derable duty during the future
.G.Y. launchings.
Students Help
Both the Aerobee and the Cajun-
ike combination rockets were
wilt and instrumented at the Uni-
ersity, using student help.
Further rocket launchings by
Tniversity personel will take place
a November. A team of aeronauti-
al engineers under the direction"
f Leslie Jones will launch twot

Aerobee rockets at Fort Churchill the International Geophysics Year
of the Army Signal Corps. as part of the all-out scientific
University engineers expect to effort to gather information on the
build, launch, and evaluate the earth and its atmosphere during
data from about 25 rockets during 1957-85.

Handicapped
Weekto Open;
Bentley to Talk
Rep. Alvin M. Bentley, (R-Mich),
will speak in Ann Arbor tomorrow
in conjunction with Ann Arbor
support for the national Physically
Handicapped Week.
Declared by an act of Congress,
Physically Handicapped Week is
intended to inform employers of
values and capabilities of the
handicapped.
He will speak on the importance
of recognizing physically handi-
capped and their role in the com-
munity.
Rep. Bentley will speak at a
banquet sponsored by Ann Arbor
supporters of national Physically
Handicapped Week, at 6:30 p.m.,
tomorrow, at Tappan Junior High
School, Stadium Blvd.
Munch To Give
Two Concerts
The Boston Symphony Orchestra
under the direction of Charles
Munch, will perform the first con-
cert in a two concert appearance
in Ann Arbor, Monday, October 15.
The second concert is scheduled
for Wednesday, October 17 at Hill
Auditorium.
Both concerts will begin at 830
p.m. in Hill Auditorium.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Burton Tower offices of the Un'i-
versity Musical Society.
Organization1
Notices
Use of this column is restricted to
OFFICIALLY REGISTERED student or-
ganizations. Registration forms are
available in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, 1020 Administration Building.
Registration for the current semester
should be completed not later than
October 12.
Anthropology Club, Lecture, 8 p.m.,
E. Lecture Room, Rackham.
* s*
Deutscher Verein, Membership Meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., Room 3G, Union.
* *
Senior Board, Meeting, 7:15 p.m. Room
3M-N, Union.
* * *
DebateTeam, First Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
4203 Angell Hall,
Lutheran Student Association, Matin
Service, 7:20 a.m. Wednesday, Lutheran
Student Chapel.
* f a
Ballet Club, Advanced and Beginners,
7 p.m. (Beginners) 8 p.m, (Advanced),
Barbour Gym.
* * *
Union Coed Show Publicity Commit-
tee, Meeting 7:15 p.m. 3L, Union.~
Sigma Alpha Eta, Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Speech Clinic. Speaker: Dr.
H. Harlan Bloomer.

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11 :00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
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WHAT'LL YOU HAVE? Your local town
or city newspaper at 7c a copy-or
Time or Newsweek at 6c ($3 year; $2
school year) Student Periodical, NO 2-
3061. )F18
WANTED ELIGIBLE MALES to bring
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Monday thru Fri., Admin. Bldg. Lob-
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seats reserved. )A14
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, $25, Overcoats $18. Write to
Michaels Tailoring Co., 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit, Michigan, for free de-
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LOST AND FOUND
REWARD-Last Lady's Diamond Ring-
solitaire setting. NO 3-4629. )A18
LOST - Gold Hamilton lady's wrist
watch with. initials P. J. H. Lost in
vicinity of Hill St. or East Quad. Call
Pat Howes, Prescott House, NO 2-4591.
)A17
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WANTED-STUDENT to cook dinners
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time work at fountain. No Sunday
work. Apply in person. Swift's Drug
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Openings for broadcast transmitter
engineers, full or part-time, license
unnecessary. NO 2-6494. )H23
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time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
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ROCKET, RESEARCHERS-University Engineers work on an
Aerobee rocket, the type they'll launch this month in Northern
Canada.
PUBLISHER CLAIMS:
Sports Al1tering NVation

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Bridge Series On

Due to extreme length
3 SHOWS DAILY
1:00 -4:40 - 8:20 P.M.
Prices This Attraction Only
90c until 4 P.M., $1.25 after 4.

Students interested in taking
bridge lessons may attend the first.
of this year's series to be held from
7:30 to 8 p.m: today in the League.
The lessons will be conducted by
Mrs. Walter MacLean.

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LAST ,DAY TODAY..
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ALL KINDS OF
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUYS

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By SHIRLEY CROOG
Sports is a "restless, turbulent
bit of pageantry"-a bet on a
World Series baseball game like,
yesterday's perfect game, an in-
tegral part of college life and the
American way of living.
Robert Fisler, assistant publisher,
of Sports Illustrated magazine, told
his Rackham audience yesterday
t h e unastonishing information
that sports is taking a more sig-,
nificant place in American family
living. People are "eating less" and
are more "active." They just don't
sleep on Sunday afternoons any
more," he added.
Reviews History
Reviewing the short history of
the three-year-old publication, Fis-
ler noted the sportman's "urge to
excel in performance and equip-
ment" as motivation for increas-
ing interest in sporting activities.
Sports is more than an "escape
and Whiling away of hours," Fis-
ler noted. The wide interests rang-
ing from deep sea dviing to polo
to mountain climbing offer people
a chance to compete with them-
selves as well as find a "climate ofi
fine conversation and memories."c
Capture Interesti
With increased time for leisure
activities, the sports magazine has

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days a week for $11. Call NO 8-9603
or apply 724 Tappan. )E3
BOARDERS WANTED - Home cooked
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-Daily-Vern Soden
ROBERT FISLER
...nobody sleeps on Sunday
importance of bringing participant
activities to the fore as well as
spectator events, Fisler said.
Fisler, in showing slides of the
development of the magazine,
noted in its first issue stories rang-
ing from a description of hounds
dogs to Michigan State's "complex"
institution with its courses in
"pickle packing," "chincilla ranch-
ing" and "farrier tradesmanship.

captured interest and enthusiasm
of the American public.
With this trend in mind, the
sports magazine editors realize the

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the armsycalled "Fragile Fox"!

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KARLSON ENCLOSURE for 12 or 15
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Present
A BRUNO WALTER
FESTIVAL
Commemorating the Conductor's 80th Birthday
In a special series of concerts
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
OCTOBER 8th-11th, inclusive

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Ann Arbor's Professional Arena Theatre

OPENING OCT. 19

ARTS
CENTER
One play to be
announced.

CAPTAIN CARVALLO
a modern comedy by Denis Cannan

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TOPAZE
Marcel Pagnol

MEDEA
THE IMPORTANCE
OF BEING EARNEST
Oscar Wilde

7:50-8:25 P.M.

1600 K.C.

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