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'M*"* Jiiiv-ersl* To Dedtcate info Dollar' Engineering aboraorle
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MISSILE STUDY-Streams of air reach a velocity of 1700 miles
per hour in this wind tunnel in the aeronautical laboratory,
enabling engineers to find out if air jets shooting out the side
of missiles can be used to guide them.

-Photo Courtesy University News Service
TEST CELLS-Engineering students observe engines in actual
operation in these soundproofed cells in the automotive laboratory
on North Campus. The laboratory was equipped by industries in
the state of Michigan.

The Automotive laboratory, a cells is changed every minute by
three-floor, 400 foot long build- a system of ceiling vents and floor
ing, contains 19 test "cells" where gratings.
graduate and undergraduate stu- Because the turbine engines will
dents will put theory into, prac- require about seven times as much
tice observing both turbine and air as the piston engiies, the
piston engines in actual operation. three cells which house them will
The air in the soundproofed use from ten to twenty pounds of
Journalism Program At '
Termed Unique' by Maurer



ception that undergraduate jour-
nalism should not Pe a trade1
school course, and yet fill the
needs of those desiring practical
experience as a part of their edu-
Three levels 'of students are
considered by the journalism fac-
ulty for admission to the training
program. Students holding Bache-
lor's degrees in journalism are
given seven months "progressive
training" with Michigan newspa-
pers and advertising agencies.
Graduates receiving their Mas-
ters' degrees in journalism are
given two years of "supervised
training" on selected newspapers
and advertising agencies. Seniors
and graduate students who would
benefit from selected summer
work programs are given two or
three months of supervised train-
ing with either a newspaper or
an agency.
Fellows assigned to newspaper
work are given at least two beats
and a desk assignment. Those in
advertising agencies are exposed
to a wide variety of assignments
as well.

speciar sport snirt equipmnm.
air a second to meet both engine
and ventilation needs. Steam pressing prevents fusing
Vehicles donated - by industry and shining of delicate material.
are on display in the structures * Packaged in clear transparent
section of the laboratory and
"sliced"' to show-the inner struc--2PLIOFILM.
ture of frame and body.
Equipment Donated
A state appropriation of $1,- 4
950,000 financed the building of each
the laboratory and Michigan in-
dustry donated oveiK $600,000 in
The laboratories will be open Use Our Convenient Drive-In Service
for inspection Tuesday afternoon
and all North Campus buildings Corner
will be open to the public Sunday C.Lier
afternoon, Oct. G0. E. Liberty St.
kz --& Fifth Ave.
Jones To Talk PHONE
On Satellites N233
Leslie M. Jones of the aeronau-
tical engineering laboratory will
speak at 8 p.m. today on "Scien-
tific Uses of Satellites."
Held at Rackham Auditorium,
the lecture is sponsored by the
American Meteorologic Society.



on all
ordered' by Oct. 12
Many books from which to choose.
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