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July 18, 1923 - Image 3

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varied uses to which the X-ray
today were shown in an illus-
lecture last evening, given by
P. M. Hickey, professor of 'Ro-
iology at the University.'
first told of the accidental dis-
r' of certain rays by Prof. Ren-
. German scientist who died in
;y recently, and then went on
ow the recent developments
have been made in past years
>olidge of the General Electric
ny. several models of X-rays
during the war were shown and
ned.
l. Hickey explained carefully
ow theX-ray of today functions
Ying that it will penetrate any
nce in proportion to its atomic
t, and the picture shown upon
hotographic plate is a combin-
of shadows, each showing up
or dark according to its atomic
Lecture Illustrated
. Hickey had many slides which
it out clearly the great value
.he X-ray is to science and en-
ing. His slides showed frac-
of the different bones, subs-
which had been swa'llowed and
exact location, diseases of the
ch and lungs and other diseases
1e and tissue whose symptoms
have/ remained unknown but
e X-ray.
Describes Industrial Uses
hen turned to the industrial ap-
ons of the X-ray and showed by
how faulty wood structure
be detected, and how air-ub-
ould be seen in metal up to a
ess of an inch and a half. He
.strated by more slides how
actured diamonds can be told
the genuine, how recent paint-
man Physical
Student Excels
InVarious Sports
enthusiastic entrance of wom-
oughout the country into fields
e strenuous athletics is brought
to home by the enrollment of
arrie ate in the physical train-
>urses offered this summer at
niversity. Miss Fate,,who lives
ngdon, Ill., and teaches physical
g at Woodstock, Ill., is the only
a'in this department who i in-
d in all courses offered (with
oeption of football) and partici-
n all of them.
Fate enters into all athletics
ysical work here with great en-
sm. She is taking special train-
om Steve Farrell, ArchieHahn,
illy Fallon and participates in
r workouts on the track, play-
sketball and putting a light
t shot. In addition she is tak-
ecial training in bandaging and
for injuries resulting from
al training and athletics.,.
Fate has had preious train-
the Columbia Normal School of
al Education in Chicago. Her
c here in the department of
al education and the enthusiasm
vhich she enters into her work
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Discusses
Uses Of X Rays
ings can be detected from those of
the old masters, and finally showed
the very practical use to which the
English put the X-ray, to tell the
amount of rubber in golf balls.
Oregon Democrat
Gets Position On
U'..&Ship Board
4 :.* . '
BetAttor'ney Bert E. haney an
prominent Democrat, has succe'eded
former Senator George E. Chamberlain
on the U. S. shipping board. Cham-
berlain resigned to practice law in
Washington, D. C.
may result in the beginning of a. spe-
cial department here in the future,
connected with the regular courses ,in
physical training, and offering all the
neessary cours'es for women who in-
tend to teach physical education.
Curators Leave For Clharlevoix
Mina L. Winslow, curator of mol-
lusks in the Museum of Zoology, and
Crystal Thompson, curator of the
zoological collections, Amherst col-
lege, Amherst, Mass., left Ann Arbor
yesterday by auto for Charlevoix coun-
ty, northern Michigan, where they will
spend some time collecting shells,
reptiles, and amphibians for the Mus-
eum of Zoology. Several members of
the museum staff are already working
in the field in Charlevoix and neigh-
boring counties o other, groups of
animals.
Monumet Unveiled ip g France
Paris, July 17-(By A.P.)-A mon-
uient to the survivors of the 3rd Di-
vision, A. E. F., Chateau-Thierry, has
been unveiled near/ the entrance toi
the bridge it defended i June, t918.
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London, July 17-(By A. P)-Ath-
letes from Harvard and Yale who

Goiviiior Snall Acqmttcd I
Waunhegan, Ill., July 17.-(By A.P.)
- aes that Goernor Smal was
lcifit t. by a co- r-upttria"dl lato list
!'Al x r eswet from the record when
John D. Fieldb, Edwin Kaufman andr
Ldward Courtney up before the court,I
when the jury returned a verdict of
not guilty for all three defendants

to. place a bribed juror on the
of Governor Small's trial.
Parisian Builds Flier
Bue, France, July 17-(By A.
jL. Coupet was the winner in the
it Parisien's prize competition
"fiivver" airplanes (not over
pounds); Georges Barbot, c
Channel flier, dropped out, du
engine trouble; Coupet got a
$6,000.

American
Cleveland 13, New York 0.
St. Louis, 10, Boston 1.
Chicago 8, Athletics 1.
Detroit 4, Washington 2.

National
Brooklyh 6, Pittsburg 2.
Cincinnatti 4-9, Boston 3-t.
St. Louis 2, Phillies 1.
New York 7, Chicago 3.
Michig'an banners, blankets, pen-
nants and pillows at Wahr's Univer-
sity Bookstore.-Adv.

C will meet a combined " Oxford and"
I Cambridge team i contest at the new A thunder of applause fr
lWernbley stadium near London next crowd greeted the verdict. T
Saturday spent this afternoon in prac- endants were charged with cot
tice in the stadium. Rain interfered2I
with the runners for the experts were
able to obtain little information as to -
their form. Miliken, of Yale, made the
better impression among the high
hurdlers although Durant and Cole
also of Yale, pleased the critics by -
the way in which they wnet over the
low obstacles. AS[
Coach Mack said he was confident -- SURPASSING ANY OTHER
that his men would win at least two
events-the pole vault and the shot = It broke summer rc
put. He was less hopeful of their Sunday-and sent eve
chances in other events. out satisfied.

om the
The de-
nspiracy

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The Engineering in a Curling Iron

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What sort of engineering is it that
makes a study of the needs and the
interests of women and creates prod-
ucts to satisfy them? Does it seem
that, in practice at least, this sort of
thing is a little different from your
understanding of what an engineer
really is and does?
After all, when you come to think of
it, engineering is concerned with all
the facts of life. It takes the old facts
and interprets them in new and
broader ways; but its big job is the
very big job of making more living,
-fuller living,-readily available. It
is, in every aspect, a thing worth do-
ing, whether it concerns itself with
curling irons or converters, or any of
the thousands of products in between.
This is truly the day of the engi-
neer. His judgments and his ,equip-

ment are sought in almost every phase
of living. Engineering is remaking the
business of housekeeping. Its methods,
are being applied to merchandis-
ing, to distribution, to the wrapping of
bundles and the packing of boxes, to
the lighting of streets and the hun-
dreds of things that, a few years
back, were strictly "rule-of-thumb".
By the time you are at work out in
the world, there will be more-though
there are only a few of them left.
Whatever is worth doing is worth
engineering; engineering effort digni-
fies itself. Whether it puts more use-
fulness into transformers or curling'
irons or turbines does not matter.
The thing that counts is the work, the
creative, constructive service that is
going on. for the lasting benefit of
mankind.

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