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October 19, 1957 - Image 2

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TBE MICMGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, OCTOM 11, I95T

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, O~TOBU II, 1957

Yot Campu To Host

Visitors Tomorrow

Tomorrow a research community
will be host to students, alumni,
faculty and townspeople in the
first "open house" since its birth
five years ago.
The University's North Campus,
with its multi-million dollar labor-
atories spread over 800 acres, is
not a completed project; construc-
tion of the George Granger Brown
Memorial Laboratories for fluids
engineering, highway study and
materials, metallurgy and struc-
ture research are still under con-'
struction.
However, the aeronautical and
automotive engineering laborator-
ies, the Phoenix Memorial Labora-
tory and the Cooley Building are
completed, and within these the
visitor will find a multitude of
machines, instruments and class-
rooms which serve to advance re-j
search in the college of engineer-
ing.
When the project is completed,
together with the facilities on the
central campus, it will provide a
training center for 9,000 engineers.
Many of those now working on
the campus live in apartments
only a few hundred yards from the
laboratories in which they study
and contribute to research. There
are 400 apartment units at the
present time, and plans have been
made to add 300 more in the
future.
A Printing Building and Central
Services and Stack Building serve*
the central campus as well as
North Campus. They will also be
opened to the public.
The open house will be held
from 2 until 4:30 p.m. with buses
leaving Alumni Memorial Hall at
2, 3. and 4 p.m. and returning at
2:45, 3:45 and 4:45 p.m.

PICTURE YOUR
FUTURE
IN THIS
GROWING COMPANY
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ANNUAL
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ATOMIC RESEARCH-Materials that have been irradiated are
labeled and stored for further study in the basement of the
Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, which houses the Ford Nuclear
Reactor, the largest in the college field.

DIAL NO 8-6416
CONTINUOUS SATURDAY
AND SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M.
.. Ending TONIGHT...
"Brightly amusing .
it's all quite funnyI"
-CUE Magazine
"Wild almost to the
point of hysteria!"
-N.Y. Post
* ,
Save e n he le ej ie..
Wena ad Daected by PRESTONi STURCES
...Premrieres SUNDAY ...
"A GALLIC GAMBOL
Sly touches...
Airy entertainment!"
N.Y. Times
"RISQUE, WITTY
AND GAY"
World Tele.
"FRUITS OF
SUMMER"

Late Show TONIGHT
LAST FEATURE 11:30 P.M.
g l l
DIAL NO 2-3136
Ending TONIGHT!
HELEN
MORGAN-

her songs.
her. sins.

. .

Looking for a solid; satisfying
career with a vigorous com-
pany in a growing industry?
American Air Filter Company,
Louisville, Kentucky-world's
largest manufacturer of sir
filters, dust control and heat-
ing and ventilating equipment
--needs graduate engineers to
fill responsible jobs in sales,
engineering and production yin
its 125 field offices and nine
manufacturing plants located
in six cities.
In July of 1958, AAF wivI
inaugurate its next five-month
technical training course for a
select group of engineering
and commerce graduates., This
full-time program I combines
classroom work, under the di-
rection of competent instruc-
tors, with field trips to both
company plants and large in.
dustrial users-of AAF products!
A representative of Ameri-
can Air Filter will visit the
campus to interview interested
seniors on
Make an appointment, now,
through your Placement Offic.
American Air Fiter
Company, inc.
LovisvMie, Kentweky
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MECHANICAL HANDS
.. . for irradiated materials

. Starts SUNDAY ...
James A. Michener's
romantic story-of what
happened when the
U. S. Marines came to
New Zealand.
starring
JEAN SIMMONS-JOAN FONTAINE
PAUL NEWMAN' PIPER LAURIE
1N CINEMASCOPE

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A CLOSER LOOK-Visitors at the dedication open-house on Tuesday were intrigued by the compli-
cated structure which provides relatively bump- free riding in modern automobiles. This is one of
several models with the body either cut partially or completely away to show both engine design and
body construction.'

TUNNEL'S END-The vacuum in these empty railroad tank cars
draws wind through tunnels inside the building in the rear, provid-
ing stpersonic speeds for research in aeronautics.

Classifieds

Story by
RICHARD RABBIDEAU
Photos by
DAVE ARNOLD

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Gothic Film Society
first showing
DAY of WRATH PLAYGROUNDS, TOO
.. growth amidst research
(Danish, 1943)
NOTES on1he PORT
of ST. FRANCIS
(U.S., 1947)
.'.?
RACK HAM
AMPHITHEATRE
8 P.M. Monday
Admission is by membershipt
subscriptions only. 100 sub-
scriptions are still available
at $5 each. For further in-
formation call NO 3-1430. CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES.
... fluid engineering
Tonight at 7 and 9:45 P.M.
Sunday at 8 P.M.

SUPERSONIC WIND TUNNEL-An engineer points in the direc-
tion which air is traveling at more than 1000 miles per hour
velocity. The Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory is made up of
two buildings housing three wind tunnels, and a pumping station
to provide the high pressures necessary to produce the supersonic
winds. The laboratory .is used for research in low-speed landing
characteristics of jet planes, direction control of missiles and
many other problems of the air age.

ENDING
TODAY

mill
GEMED

DIAL
NO 2-2513

That Double Rendezvous With Romance
1 REFRESHING ESCAPADE THE STARS
OF ROME EVER
WINKED DOWN O
GREGORY PECK
AUDREY HEPBURN
give you the happiest film time ever! :
Sown
2:45 6:40 10:00
and

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