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TUC L1AY, JMY 19, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREI

TUUUSDAY, JULY 18. 1940 PAGE THREE

Timoshenko
Is Authority
OnVibrations
Engineering Expert Heads
Symposium; Is Here
From Stanford
The program of the Symposium on
Vibration Problems, held here this
summer under the auspices of the
engineering mechanics department,
is under the direction of Prof. Steph-
en Timoshenko of Stanford Univer-
sity, formerly of the department here.
Professor Timoshenko taught the
theory of elasticity and vibrations in
the engineering mechanics depart-
ment here from 1927 to 1936, and is
noted for his contributions to these
fields:
Born near Kiev, Russia in 1878,
Professor Timoshenko was assistant
professor at the Polytechnic Insti-
tute of Kiev, Russia from 1906 to
1911, and was a member of the staff
of the Polytechnic Institute in St.
Petersburg, 1912-1917.
Moving to Yugoslavia after the
war, he joined the faculty at the
Polytechnic Institute at Zagreb, where
he remained until 1922.
In 1923, he came to America and
became a member of the staff of
the Westinghouse Electric Company
in Pittsburgh, where he remained
until coming here in 1927. He is now
professor of applied and theoretical
mechanics at Stanford University.
Professor Timoshenko has been
honored by the Academy of Sciences
in Russia and the Academy of Tech-
nical Sciences in Poland.
More than 60 papers have been
published by Professor Timoshenko,
in addition to-seven books in Russian
and 10 books in English. Now used
as text books in the engineering
school here are his "Elementary
Strength of Materials," "Statics,"
and "Dynamics."
Prof. L. S. Jacobson of Stanford
University will present the fourth
lecture on Friday, Aug. 2, on the
topic "Vibrations of Structures."
The final lecture in the series will
be, given' by R. P. Kroon of the
Westinghouse laboratories in Phil-
adelphia on Friday, Aug. 9, on the
subject "Modern Methods in . Bal-
anc-ng."
FRB Cites Gains
WASHINGTON, July 17. -(P)-
The Federal Reserve Board said to-
day that industry had made up
about half of its early-year losses.
The board said its index of industrial
production jumped from 106 in May
to 114 in June, and is advancing in
July, soafar.

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Michigan Candidates File
For State, Federal Offices
LANSING, July 17. -(R)- Four
candidates tfor Congress, three for
State Senator and three for Lieuten-
ant-Governor filed nominating peti-
tions with the Secret'ary of State to-
day.
The aspirants for the Lieutenant-
Governor nomination were State Sen-
ator Felix H. H. Flynn, of Cadillac,
president pro tem of the Senate, who
filed in the Republican primary;
and Don W. Canfield, of Detroit, for-
mqr secretary of the State Senate,
who filed in the Democratic race.

Armstrong Blasts
Win Over Jenkins
NEW YORK, July 17.--(P)-A wild
asortment of high-explosive bombs
dropped square in the Polo Grounds
tonight, and when the smoke cleared
away, there was li'l Henry Arm-
strong, the bossman again.
He didn't come through without
absorbing some damage, but his
cannot packed more dynamite, and
he put lightweight champion Lew
Jenkins away in six rounds of as
wild and woolly a battle between
two little men as has entertained the
customers since Benny Leonard and
Lew Tendler were serving them up.

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Baron Edward Rothschild, 70-year-old head of the French banking
firm, and his wife, Baroness Germaine, are shown as they arrived in
New York oii the Yankee Clipper from Europe. The Baroness brought
in jewelry reclared at $1,000,000.--
Ciano Remains In Rome
ROME, July 17.-UP)- Foreign of Moyale on the edge of the Ethio-
M Ciano pan plateau. It acknowledged the
Minister Count Galeazzo ,loss of a submarine.
whose departure for Berlin has been The Italian High Command said
widely expected, was still in Rome their troops had beaten off a heavy
today and there was no indication British attack on positions north of
when01' if he would go. Fort Capuzzo in Libya, and aviators
(Reports current yeste'day were again had bomber Alexandria, Egypt.
that Ciano was going to the German Two British planes were shot down
capital for a conference with Nazi in a fight over Malta, it added.
officials, perhaps to discuss a final
peace offer to Britain.)
Today the Rome authorities were
not only silent, but warned against
any further speculation about the
trip, and one official denied the
Rome radio had carried a report
the Foreign Minister would arrive in
Berlin Friday.

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By JUNE McKEE
MORRIS HALL mail is varied
again, with some import to im-
part herein. The State University
of Iowa's chief engineer, Sylvanus
J. Ebert, writes of "what we at Iowa
feel is the finest set-up for student
training in the nation"-the opera-
tion of a new five KW transmitter,
and occupancy of a new radio ad-
ministration and studio building, to
be formally dedicated in the fall.
Accompanying this announcement
is the request for practical sugges-
tions and new ideas we might con-
tribute toward their editing of a
manuscript series in the student
training project-copies of instruc-
tions issued to various announcers,
engineers, script writers, and other
staff members that would be of
value.
From Marquette's "Daily Min-
ing Station" WDMJ, we hear
that Ward Quall, '40, is starting
a shift to full-time announcing,
has some man-on-the-street
projects in the offing, and will
work with the Lake Superior sta-
tion until a week or so before
returning to school in Septem-
ber.
Beatrice Chauvenet has had an-
other script produced in the "Forty
Plus" program through CKLW on
Tuesdays.
Today WCAR will carry campus
aircasting at 2:30 p.m., when the stu-
dents in Professor Abbot's class pre-
sent "Matilda," penned by Bob Wag-
ner, and produced under Maggy
Soenksen's direction. Those in the
cast are Viola Griffin, Eve Strong,
Joyce Van Orman, Edith Ross, Larry
Ted Mattson. Jack Strait will handle
Read, Joan Brewer, Don Baldwin, and
announcing, Ed Joffe the sound ef-
fects.

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