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January 24, 1915 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

tresses at Convention
mbus, Ohio, Last -
eember.
annual convention of
clubs at Columbus,
26 to December 29,1

The Cosmopolitan Student for Feb-
ruary will appear on February 5. All
of the convention addresses will be
published, among them being those
given by Washington Gladden, pastor
of the First Congregational church of
Columbus, Ohio; President W. O.
Thompson, of the Ohio State Univer-
sity; President J. 0. Dabney, of the'
University of Cincinnati; Prof. J. A.
Leighton, of the Ohio State University;

Prof. Herbert A. Miller, of Oberlin
College; Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, of the
University of Michigan; Dr. George
W.W Nasmyth, director of the Inte-
national Bureau of Students, and Dr.
John Mez, president of the Interna-
tional Federation of Students.
The issue will be the largest one
ever published by The Student man-
agement and will contain more than
100 pages.

ED WARD DEMILLE CAMPBELL. PROFESSOR OF CHEMICAL EN-
GINEERING AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY.
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It is fitting that in the long list of
prominent men who grau the list of
the University of Michigan faculty,
there should be some natives of the
Wolverine state, and Edward DeMille
Campbell, professor of chemical en-

also an honorary member of the Michi-
gan Gas association.
He holds membership in Tau Beta
Pi, Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilon,
and he is a fellow in the American As-
sociation for the Advancement of
Science.

recently before the students and
faculty of the University of Iowa.
--
Freshmen women at the University
of Illinois held their elections in regu-
lar "steam roller" style with laudatory
speeches by friends of the candidates.
Women of Leland Stanford Univer-
sity have established a precedent for
co-educational institutions, in organiz-
ing for purposes of participation in
baseball, fencing and crew. A general
women's field meet has been scheduled
for April 24.
--
John H. Rush, '98 of Princeton, has
been appointed head football coach at
Princeton University, and will share
full authority with Coach Glick.
All eastern colleges have been in-
vited to compete in the Dartmouth
ski and snowshoe meet to be held In
Hanover, N. H., February 12 and 13.
Purdue's eight week course, con-
ducted by the departments of agri-
culture and domestic science, will be
held from January 18 to March 12.
This short winter session has proved a
big success at Purdue, and is held for
those who expect to engage in general
farming.

Pictures of the

gineering and analytical chemistry is

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that

are in keeping with

a truly native son.
Professor Campbell was born in De-
troit, Michigan, on September 9, 1863.
Of New England parentage, he spent
all the greater part of his life in this
state. He received his education in
the city schools of Detroit; upon his
being graduated from the primary
schools he entered the Detroit Central
high school. He spent the next four
years in studying at that institution
in preparation for college, and in
1881 he was matriculated in the lit-
erary department of the University
of Michigan.

"To learn how to work eight hours
a day, and how to do a job right are
the two prime purposes of a college
education," stated ,Hon. David F.
Houston, secretary of the Department
of Agriculture, in his address given

the plendor of the occasion.
Pictures of the Block "M"

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...

and

interior

decorations

will be taken exclusively by
Daines & Nickels

Call and

see them on

the morn-

,.

ing

after the

dance.

SPECIAL NOTICE--We have
arranged to take flashlights at thea
J- Hop of Fraternity and other
groups. It will require but a few
moments. Telephone us at once
for further particulars. -:-
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While at the university he special-
ized in chemistry, and in 1886 upon
the completion of his course, re-
ceived the degree of bachellor in the
science of chemistry.
For the next four years he was
chemist in succesion to the Ohio Iron
Co., of Zanesville, Ohio; the Sharon
Iron Co., of Sharon, Pennsylvania, and
the Dayton Coal & Iron Co., of Day-
ton, Tennessee..
In 1890, he accepted a call to the
University of Michigan as assistant
professor of metallurgy. Three years
later he was promoted to the position
of junior professor of metallurgy and
metallurgical chemistry. In 1896 his
title was changed to junior professor
of analytical chemistry, and in 1902
he became professor of chemical en-
gineering and analytical chemistry. He
was also appointed the director of the
chemical laboratory in 1905, and he
holds that position in addition to his
professorship at this time.
Professor Campbell has been an ex-
tensive writer of papers of a scientific
nature on matters pertaining to gen-
eral chemistry, and his individual re-
searches have been especially along
the line of the constitution of steel and
of portland cement.
While engaged in some work of a
chemical nature, a number of years
ago, Professor Campbell lost his eye-
s&ht through an explosion, but de-
spite this fact he takes a very active
part in the administration of his de-
partment.
He is a member of the American
Chemical society, the American In-
stitute of Mining Engineering, and
the Iron and Steel Institute. He is
II

FRIDAY NICHT

ONE BIG CYCLONE OF
LAUGHTER and SURPRISES
THE WAR OF FUN
IT'S

January 29

MUTT,& JEFF
IN MEXICO

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DON'T MISS IT

DON"T MISS IT

11

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FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE - FETCH THE KIDDIES
SEE BIG CHORUS OF MEXICAN BEAUTIES
50 AND PEOPLE

IF YOU WISH A
AMATEUR WORK

G O O D CAMERA
SEE OUR NEW

FOR
LINE

PRICES:

25c. 50c. 75c. and $1.00

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334 and 336 . State St.

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JANUARY

Night

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LYMAN IHOWE
PRESENTS HIS STUPENDOUS
EXCJ-USIVE NAVAL SPECTACLE -THE
THlE PUP I ANO YO-DY
NATIVE LIFE ,CUSTOMS ,SPOPTS,FEiTIViTIES ,ETC.
FROM SAVAGES TO C VELIZATION
MANiNG A HiNA 7 L C'H IGNTER
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PRICES

- - - 25c. 35c. and 50c.

19:00

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NOW PLAYING

A DAILY

MATINEE

WYHITNEY

THEATRE

dyTusAy, d., J"Re member it begins with
Monday, A s eu9ina.o2526-27, the MONDAY MATINEE

PR OCGRA M
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Nick's

Roller Skating

Girls

The Classic Spectacle"
Six Beautiful Girls Performing daring feats on Roller Skates also doing all the Latest Dances on their Skates

Sunday Matinee di Nigh, Jan 24
George Kleine's Three Reel Photoplay Masterpiece

sO . G. SEYMOUR
isted by Katie Hollaway Dupree in a Real Vaudeville Act
MATTIE CHOATE & CO.
George Bloomquest's Classy Comedy called "Outclassed"

DE MICHELE BROTHERS
HARP & VIOLIN
Eddie Borden & Irene Shannon
BITS OF VAUDEVILLE

A

Kingdom
At Stake

Prices: rooo Seats at eoc. A Few Reserved at 15c.

Night Prices: Entire Main Floor at 25c. Entire Balcony at 20C.

Souvenir Matinee Every Tuesday & Friday.

School Childrens Matinee Saturday Every Child under 12 years 5c

Also Two (2) Keystone Comedies to make you laugh
Five (5) Reels of Good, Clean Pictures
Remem*ber the Time
Matinee 2:00 until 5:30 - Night 7:00 until 10:30

ATCH FOR THE DAY AND DATE FOR THE BIG COUNTRY STORE NIGHT

-Vaudeville's Greatest Flash

m - - - -

"DANCE OF THE CITIES"

PRICE -_- - all seats 100.

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