A self-winding wrist watch a "perpetual motion" watch that winds itself, somewhat on the principle of the pedometer, is to be given free to a student of the University next month, according to an announcement by the Perpetual Self-Winding Watch Co., New York City, manufacturers of this startling new invention.
The watch is described as "the first practical solution of the perpetual motion problem" by the inventor. Tests have proved that it is an accurate time-place; possibly even more accurate than the ordinary stem-winder.
The perpetual Self-Winding Watch Co., makers of the watch are opening a contest open to students of the University to write a suitable ten word or less advertising headline featuring the watch. One of the watches will be awarded as a prize. Headlines should be mailed to the office of the company at 10 W. 47th St., New York City.