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. Michigan men will be prominent at
the meeting of the Association of Am-
erican Law Schools to be held the
latter part of this month in Chicago.
The association consistq of the better
law schools of the country, meeting
each year, and on the three day pro-
gram, has papers. from leading men
in the various branches of law.
- Dean Henry .M. Bates, of the Law
school, is to take an active part in
the convention. He is chairman of
the committee on the status of the law'
teacher, which has been doing invest-
igation work to determine the status
of the teacher of law as compared'
with men of other professions, and
teachers of other subjects. Dean
Bates will also read two papers, the
first on the subject of his committee
report, and 'the second on "Declara-
tory Judgments as Moot Cases."
Profs. E. R. Sunderland and Ralph
W. Aigler, of the Law school, will
also take part in the convention.
Professor Sunderland is a member of
the committee on the reform of legal
procedure and Professor.Aigler of the
committee on curriculum.
Professor Sunderland will read a
paper on "The social Aspects of
Practi~ce," and is also a member of
the council which deals with the sub-
Ject of "Remedies." Professor Aigler
is a member of the council on "Prop-
erty and Status."
Foot and Mouth J1ise4se Appears
London, Dec. 8-For the first 'tiple
on fecord, says the 'Morning Post,
cases of foot and mouth disease have
occurred among cattle on the Channel
Islapd of Jersey, whence comes a fxm
ous breed of cows. Drastio measures
have been adopted to stamp out the
disease and many head of c+tle have
Prof. A. E. White, of the chemical
engineering department, will read a
paper at the meeting of theAmerican
Society of Mechanical Engineers in
New York on Friday, Dec. 10. -The ed-
itorial introduction of this article in
the official organ of the society, Me-
chanical Engineering, is as follows:
"The important investigation re-
ported in the paper entitled, "Con-
stitution and Properties of Boiler
Tubes," was carried out because of
defects which developed in the tubes
of the Park Place plant of the De-
troit Edison company, requiring re-
placement of the defective tubes, and
consequently shutting down the boil-
ers, not infrequently when a heavy
load was on the plant. In consequence
an extended investigation of the caus-
es of the defects and possible remed-
ies was carried out by A. E. White,
consulting metallurgist of the Detroit
Edison company and professor of
chemical engineering at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Professor White's
conclusions are of unusual interest to
all e gineers in the power plant field."
DR. L. A. DRYFOOS, GRAD.,
DIES AT NEW YORK ROME
Dr. Louis A. Dryfoos, a graduate of
the University, died of heart failure
Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 1, at his
home in Rosebank, Staten Island, N.
Y. He had been in ill health for some
time, and news of his sudden death did
not surprise his friends.
.Dr. Dryfoos was born in Fremont,
N. Y., Feb. 14, 1886. He received his
preliminary education in the public
schools of this city, and later spent
four years. at the University of Mich-
ign, where he graduated with the
degree of dpetgr of chpmIstry. ire-
vious to .s death, he qperatpd large
chemical plant at Rosebank. He is
survived by a brother, I. M. Dryfoos.
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