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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1of mining at Harvard were attered and
the speciat instruction in this subject
Eintered as seconed-ciass. matter at the Ann was withdrawn. tt was in 1871 that
Arber Pest Office. Prnfessor Pettee was appointed to a
Pubised aiy Monayxcete) urig heprofessorship of mining engineering
tollehed y, tl17E.Waselped)tontetand retated suhjects in Michigan..
collegentyeaor, atsieie.tWashingthonestreet, How the tern of events here again re-
___ennte, sd nrac) lne H3 eased onr friend from the tinuits of
MANAGING EDITOR: a professionat speciatty baa heen wett
S. EMORY T11OMASON stated hy his honored cotteagee, Dean
BUSINESS MANAOER: Green of the Engineering Department,
RfOSCOEBE. IHUSTON to whose articte on the Life of Pro-
- -- - - ---fessor Pettee this memoriat is very
tleie --fEOS: r5. a~rmuch indehted.
Newo - - - - - 2J. S. PBALEY In the first semeater nf 1879-8 Prof.
ASSOCIATES: Pettee was granted leave of ahsence
Cliftord Stevensen., tRey Peebies, from this University to continue hit
A. M. Oraver, Henry P. FErwin investigation of the auriferous gra-
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortnmeyer. vets. His report of that work was
Joseph Y. Kferr, Stoddard S. More. puhlished as an appendix to the first
Ida M. nroanrigg. a..5vaite Jayne. voue fWhteo" nrhtis
Coo. A. Oshorn. Barold C. Smith. tolAmericanhiGeysfromnthebuMe-n
1H-rry It. Andrews. Thos. A. Sims. t mrcnGooy rmteM
Tthomas tB.iRoberts. Clyde L. Dow. seem of Comparative Geotogy at Cam-
BUSINESS STAFF: hridge. It has been adjudged to show
C. A. Thompsoen. vm. tR. Lloyd that careful examination of phenom-
..5. Koblitz. to. K. Latourette. ena, weighing of evidence, and pains-
Benj. E. leifoy. Thos. L. elete.
Masx Piskelstein toting accuracy, which those best ac-
' itisinted with Prof. Pettee always cx-
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Office Hours-12:30 to 1:301 and 6:30 to 7:30
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Address--ROSCOE . HUSTO, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
tJtune 1-5 p.n. Phiosohical Society.
Paper reatd y Mrs. Parsons on
The Futndameta hRelations e-
tween Mesic ateo Potry," in Room
21 Nniv ersity H1a1.
Julne 2-8 p. m. Girls' Glee Couh con-
ert in Sarah Caswelt Angel Hal.
jJue1 2-4:115 p. m. Anutal elecion of
members eef Board of Atetic Con-
Juene 3-1907 Engineers' anqtet.
tJune 3-Friday, 3 p. o. Recital and
j musicale at Memorial Christian
church. Aspices of Y. P. . C. .
1Juene 4-7:30 Alphla Nu banqet.
t tontinuled from page one.)
granled leave of ahsence for the Cal-
tifornia Stale Geological Survey. lBe-
Sides naing a studly 101 gl-earing
Sgravels, te underoolk sytenaic worke
is eorretioln oflthe lleerminaLion of
taltilledes 117 te aroneer. Some of
101' resulls othlis ivesigation, co-
tectedl fr~othe Idetiled repors of the
survey, were pulbished ty atthority
of the California Sate Legisatere in
07479 entitled Conrihutioos to Baro-
mletrieciHypsometry, witho Tables for
uoo' in Californioa, ell a Spplerent
oiho Aditiios in 178. The ork em-'
braced ecoparisons of 11hc oberva-
tionsltaken iotvste hcacuooelated re-
slsofcobliservero inEuforote and lthese
cold be to lletedt bllslwsly from
satteredl lpublictions A lihrary was
formedt on thoe subjet. Prof. Whit-
sey's estinate lot the onerouo ao,
tile actracy and perseverence of
Prof. Pettee's work in this undertak-
beg appears in the prefaory note to
the volume above mentioned.
From 871 to 1871 in addition to
oher deuties Prof. Pettee gave intc-
lion tol elective section otiundegrad-
uates in physical geography, geology,
aell meteorology. Before 1871 te con-
ditions 1o1tte gift spp~lorting a chool
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In the meetings 10fthle Faculty Pee- I~B IL liu l L-D[uvi
fesor Pettee was rarely absent and in F
them he has naturally servedl as the
uindoubted arbitrator upon qusetions At
as to previouls or conficiting legisla-
tion. A member olf three faculties in
each he was eqeially servicablle, and WAN'S BOOKSTORES
his judgement sas asked for more of-
ten than offered. He has beeni an -_______________
nually and inevitably re-electeid as the
Secretary of the* University Senate,
and this body owves mutch to the turnsm
heha gvn o ecrs ndreots A 6ood S election
b~oth in the makinog of history and
thorough immedtiate pubitlicatione.
1It0 it ot toossibole in thlis memorisl
even 111 enumerate all lot the duities,. ltsglii ' Adtmiralt, t voll- -- ---t$I ;0
imporltant in: aedninistration, ts which Alger is Promo111ters, I tilL-_-- - 4,1111
Mr. 11tttee has been assignedl. The rloster's IPils kotfill Pral I'ctice, Ilv 4Ott
files ctf University putblicatios, in ectl1111 del')t(''s AoX octt 5 Is llierm, 1 ecu 6
loelbaisand everywvhelre, give cliv' teal Pr'opter tyItltct-
le e ilerisins'eti.. 1 vol-- - -- --- 4 011
evidence of ttie safegiuarid affordedi 117Sprlt l Abr'idgemit oBllaBkot
his editlorial ability. In tie orgaize Sliei vl _2__50
tions affiliated with the Unciversity' tie Th'e tBcnkriuptty fate, ctlett,
has beeineqaialy helpftul.stith 1)1del's ndcottus------i2
The anual tr'ansactiolns o1 the o 'li ler llonlbankruttcy, 1 0 lilt 0
~O'c-tt's LaccIuoizaer. 25 vsubjec'ts- 370
American Instli ltttute-of ti It Clark c, t-stills'Cimitnal Lats
ginceers have teen subtiietd tot him 2 itl------- c oo-------- 70
for maity yers, froiiithi Iulition slitsph IIsl's h1711,1. 1 51 5
ofifice in Hew Yorkc, floerciicoatlprtoftAbbtti's lBrideci ont-et lgft 2 vol 9 0tt
reacting antI corrections. Of this e-Cootley t;y Costilttin(itt-ct t 51
tensive so~ciety he is a litfe-iseioberI tittcs. .1 iccipok-te's ed.,51tel__60 0
tis elecin dating frtim 187,clanoilelit ilgees I'. S. Slt I llCportion,
has bleenl a co-worker withit 'cot-2
V'ics'tCeases 1111l"t'dciic,I. vol 1 50
tarp RosaterccW. Raymndl. tie wiltont-
cif the original feltls sof liii Ge 111101It Itf111wantto A' cll'tainandFI-ri"
cat Slociety of America; a tellitftehlletc-ish Stict'. ctf Lawe, the' A IllII ,1t
AmoericaliAsociation cfolr the AII';sccie- Pnglivle 1111c. of IPleadtinsg ccntdteal'-
mnit of Scieiice; in swhich .;e his 'entc-itc, 11cc Lawer'ls* 1IliotsAnnotated,
oral secretary in 1887; a Imemeber of thet'yclopep~ia Lawl an cd Prcedelo,.
hAmericse Acamn11At ~d
Sciences c rn i eiiec i ta-(eye'') or .atet o1 St-ate RlIeOrte, let
sachusetts; and a menmber of the lhe'quotle ypotrices.
American Philosophical Socciety of Law aond Medttal Books Bought and Sold.
Teo his colleaguies 1:o characteristie
If Mr. Pettee was nmore imspressive C. E. BARIIE~lL
than his fidelity to trlithi. Overstate-
meet, exaggeration, diespopoltrtionate' Ph11110761. 726 S. Statle St.
Iisplay se-re impossible tel hinm. "TIrue-
of word and tried of Illeli" may wvell
be inscribed to his mnemory as a
You~r committee beg leav'et re-com- If yott valte your
mend that the siiicere aniet prelfeotlndt fac o' e rmn
symopathy of the Senate be extendledl ae o'teprmn
to the bereaved family 1sf Ilurtde-lart- with Shia vinrg Soap.
ed friend, and that a 'cpy eef Ibis mem- USC Williams' Shaving
orial lbe-transmitted 1o thenm. Stick.
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