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CORNELL FACULTY TO SIT
WITH BOARDOF TRUSTEES
Three Delegates Chosen for Term of
Three Years; First Case
in History
Cornell University has taken a step
in the democratization of American
university government by electing fac-
ulty representatives to .it with the
Board of Trustees at their next nee,-
ing, June 20. This was made possible
by the action of the trustees last April.
The first resolution provides for a
commL-tee of three men selected from
the aculty of each college of the Uni-
versity, except the state e-l'eges, aad
the Medical school, which sa>ady have
their councils conferring a ith the
Board, to meet as often as desired.
with the standing committees of the
Board of Trustees to discuss questions
concerning the welfare of the colleges.
The second piece of legislation pro-
vides that the university facultychoose.
three delegates for a. term of three
years to represent it on the Board of
Trustees.
President Schurman advocated this
academic reform in 1910, and the legis-
lation which soon goes into effect will
emb'ody some parts of his original
plan. The Ithaca meeting of the trus-
tees, June 20, will be tho first tim3
in academic history when faculty rep-
resentatives have been called to the
administrative council table.

The MusicColumn
Monday morning, Professor Stanley
returned to Ann Arbor from a visit
at Evanston, Ill., where he attended
the North Shore Festival.
Miss Ada Grace Johnson, of the
School of Music vocal faculty, gave a
concert before the Ladies' club at Mt.
Pleasant on last Saturday afternoon.
On the fifteenth of this month, she
will sing at the Commencement ex-
ercises at the State Normal College
at Terre Haute, Indiana.-
Several of the musical journals pub-
lished in Chicago and New York,
which had special representatives in
attendance at the May Festival, con-
tain articles of several pages illus-
trated with pictures of the artists,
university buildings, etc., together with
accounts praising the Ann Arbor
festival.
Advanced students of the School of
Music will give a recital at 4:15
o'clock on Friday afternoon in Hill
auditorium, similar to the faculty re-
citals, which have been given at in-
tervals during the year. The numbers
will be given by such students as
have done distinctive and excellent
work. This is an innovation in pub-
lic student recitals and it is con-
templated to make the event an an-
nual one.
The general public is cordially in-
vited to attend this concert. The pro-
gram will be announced later.
It is the fruit that we put on top as
well as the pure cream that goes into
all the Sundaes we serve that makes
them delightfully refreshing. Bloom-
field's. j7

ME PROGRESS I
[RESERCH STUDIES
All Men Holding Chemical Engineering
Fellowships Obtain Results from
Experiments
TO CONTINUE INVESTIGATIONS
Progress has been made in each case
in the research work carried on un-
der the various chemical engineering
fellowships ,and the investigations will
be continued next year. In a report
made for The Michigan Daily, Prof.
A. H. White, of the chemical engi-
neering department, outlines the na-
ture of the work done so far. Ex-
tracts from the report follow:.
"Mr. B. A. Standerline, '14E, and
J. T. Naylon, '14E, have completed a
study of the deterioration of gas coals
when exposed to the weather. This
test was commenced five years ago in
co-operation with the United, States,
Bureau of Mines. The results show
that there has been no deterioration
during the five-year period. H. 0.
Andrew, '16E, and F. C. Binnell, B. C.
(chem.), University of Iowa, 1915, will
hold the gas fellowships for the year
1916-1917.
"The problem in which Ralph E.
Christman, '14E, and Prof. E. E. Ware,
of the chemical engineering depart-
ment, have been interested in connec-
tion with the fellowship of the Acme
White Lead and Color Works, is the
control of the deterioration of mixed
paints during storage.
"The pigment of high grade mixed
paint is so much heavier than the oil
with which it is ground that it is quite
apt to settle hard in the can after
long standing. To overcome this dif-
ficulty it is common practice to mix
with the pigment and oil a small
amount of emulsifying agent. It is
the water in this agent which causes
the trouble that is the subject of this
investigation, by causing an hydrolysis
of the oil.
"It has been shown that the trou-
blesome reaction may be controlled)
to a certain extent by a proper selec-
tion of emulsifying agent, and it is
probable that work now under way
may develop a method of retarding

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the reaction to an even greater ex-
tent." The Acme fellowship for 1916-
1917 has been awarded to Erle A.
Brock, M. S., University of California.
"The first hoider of the Paper Manu-
facturers' fellowship which was es-
tablished last spring by some of the
paper manufacturers of Michigan, is
F. Edwin Ford. Mr. Ford is working
with Prof. J. D. Rue, of the chemical
engineering department, on the fac-
tors controlling the retention of fillers
by paper pulp.
"Clay and other minerals are used
in the paper industry to render the
sheet more opaque and to give a
smooth, continuous surface suitable
for the higher grades of printing.
"The object of this investigation is
to determine the effect that such va-
riables as the nature and physical

state of the filler and of the fiber, the
suction used to drain the sheet, and
the amount of the water associated
with the pulp, have upon the retention
of the mineral. Quantitative data of
this character is at present lacking."
The Michigan Pulp and Paper Manu-
facturers' fellowship for 1916-1917 will
be held by C. W. Hallahan, A. B., St.
Lawrence University, 1910.
"One very important phase being
considered in the long investigation of
the causes of boiler tube failures by
Prof. A. E. White, of the chemical
engineering department, is the recrys-
tallization of the ferrite crystals in
the boiler tube metal when used in
actual practice. The influence of time
and temperature upon this recrystal-'
lization process is being worked out
by Harold F. Wood, '15E, in connection

with the Detroit Edison fellowsl:
The Detroit Edison fellowship for n
year has been awarded to Mr. Ro
S. Archer, '16E.
Forbes to Tnterview Men Seeking J
Students in all departments of
university who wish summer emp
ment will have an opportunity to
terview Mr. W. G. Forbes, '07E
the Manitowac Shipbuilding compa
Manitowac, Wisconsin, on Tues
June 6, from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock
from 7:00 to 9:00 o'clock in Profes
H. C. Sadler's office, 326 Engineer
building.
Advertizers in The Michigan D
are the reliable business men of
city. It is to your interest to ti
with them.

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FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Modern five-room fur-
nished house for summer months.
Bath, electricity, gas, piano. Ex-
cellent location. Phone 2013-M.
j4,6,7;8,9,10
FOR RENT-House, $20.00. Six-room,
all modern house, near University
hospital, at $20.00 per month. In-
quire of Dr. Wafer, 1341 Geddes
Ave. Phone 324-M. j7

YOU SEE HYPOCRITES EVERY NIGHT OF YOUR LIFE.

W.'ANTED-A canoe. Must be in good
condition. Call 1207-J. j7
WANTED-A wall tent .in good con-
dition. Size 9x12 feet. Call 1313-R.
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WANTED-Good typewriter. Address
"W" care Daily. j2,3,4,6,7,8
LOST
LOST-Waterman self-filling foun-
tain pen Monday afternoon about
4 p. m. between the library, Law
building, State St., or the Busy Bee.
Reward. Call 378. J6-7
LOST-H. M. Stevenson, gold watch.
Round monogram, "C.:M. S. on back.
Reward. Notfy Sporley, 422 Ham-
ilton Place, phone 2121-J, j4,6
LOST-Nu Sigma Nu pin. Name Don
Morrel on back. Call 397. j7,8,9
LOST-Slide rule Tuesday morning on
campus. Call Mulkey 231 or leave
at 620 South State. j7I

HYPOCRITES-what does not that word imply.
HYPOCRITES-are you or any of your friends immune?
H3YPOtCRI ES-you see them at the entrance of the Savoy or
the Ritz.
HIYPOCRITES-you find them on the veranda at Shepperd's
in Cairo or in the Cafe de Paris.
HYPOCRITES-they center at the Astoria in Petrograd, or at
the gambling tables at Monte Carlo.
HYPOCRITES-the Bosworth photo-play shows them all tip.
This remarkable film, just passed by the board of censors,
does all this and more-
HYPOCRITES-shows the failings of rich and poor; the learned
and the ignorant; the prince and the pauper-bishop and
choirboy.

HYPOCRITES-shows truth wandering through the paths and
by-paths of mankind seeking audience and finding none-
-IYPOCRITES-shows the reception TRUTH finds in all ages-
HYPOCRITES-shows TRUTH as NAKED-because one can
have no other conception-
HYPOCRITES-holds you spell-bound in its grasp-it sets you
thinking as you have never thought before. .
HYPOCRITES-sets the film marvel of the century, is a film
you CANNOT go WITHOUT seeing-you owe it to
yourself to view this masterpiece.
HYPOCRITES-says to you when you have seen it, ARE YOU
A HYPOCRITE? and the answer is, "Can you view the
naked truth with the eyes of a child?"

FOR RENT--Rooms for girls.
suites in the Perry House for
year. 721 S. 12th. 1158-M.
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FOR RENT-Four downstairs rooms
furnished or unfurnished. 117 N.
State, street. Phone 788-J, j7
FOUND
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at Cutting cafe. Owner can have
same by calling at Daily and paying
for this ad. j7
MISCELLANEOUS
TE MICHIGAN DAILY for Ote rei't
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The Naked Truth Is Shown and Told
Remember It Stays but Two Days
Four Shows Daily-3:00, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 P. M.
and at the Bargain Price TEN CENTS
NO REBATE COUPONS ACCEPTED FOR THIS SHOW

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