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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OGI SUMMER CAMP
nsiderable enlargement of kthe
y Surmer camp in Kentucky
en authorized by the Regents,
ig the department to give two
>urses, according to Prof. C. 0.
who is director of the camp.
,s adjacent, to last summer's
will be studied this year in addi-
the work done previously. A
ore students will be admitted to
urses this year, and Dr. Sauer
that he expects a full attend-
Mr. G. M. Ehlers will have
of the course in geology, and
C. ,Hussey will go as assistant
director.
LRY MEMORIAL CLOCK
VED TO UPPER, STUDY ROO1%
memorial clock presented to the
r by the class of 1908 has been
from the room, which served as
g room before the opening of
w building, to the upper study
The clock has had a rather un-
1 existence, as it has been moved
the first time from the study
of the old library to the tempo-
ttudy room of the new library.

TESTS OF STEEL CABLES BY
PROF. MENEFEE SUCCESSFUL
Prof. Ferdinand N. Menefee, of the
materials testing laboratory, has con-
cluded a series of tests on steel cables{
comparing the strengths registeredsfor
different lengths of cable pieces, set-3
tling a point in dispute as to the re-
quirements of length of cable neces-
sary for testing.
As a result of this investigation,
which has extended over a large part
of the semester, Professor Menefee be-'
lieves that the length of a cable 'test
piece has little or no influence on the
strength of the cable as registered by
the testing machine. However, he
thinks there Is, more liability that the
longer test pieces will break near the
center.
These tests were run at the request
of the Detroit Edison company. The
final results will be submitted by Pro-
fessor Mesefee for publication next
June.
Committee.Postpones Fresh Mixer
Prompt payment of class dues was
emphasized by the treasurer at the
meeting of the freshman literary class
Tuesday afternoon. The social com-
mittee announced that the Fresh
Mixer, planned to be given this month
will have to be postponed as no suit-
able place is available at the present
time.

City News
At a meeting of the Huron Valley
Building and Savings association Mon-
day evening William Walz was elected
president; Charles L. Brooks, vice-
president; H. H. Herbst, secretaryandi
attorney; William Briggs, treasurer;
and Solomon Gingerich, chairman of
the board of directors.

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an institute which will consist of one
member of the national council and
one from each of several scientific and
educational organizations. The Uni-
versity of Michigan will be asked to,
join the project because of the work of
the museum.
The general object of the new insti-
tute will be to encourage and assist
biological exploration in South
America.

I WHITNEY THEATRE
MONDAY, JAN. 24

SMASHING NEW YORK AND CHICAGOSUCCESS
BOOTH TARKINGTON'S

The show window of Fred Wuerth's
clothing store on South Main street
was broken into and a brown mack-
inaw, valued at $25, was taken.
Friday afternoon the Ann Arbor high;
school debating team, Jack Huber,
Walter Lustfield, and Fred Cuthbert,
accompanied by the coach, Valois1
Crossley, will go to Flint, where the
local team will uphold the negative
side of the question, "Resolved, That
disputes between employers and em-
ployes should be made a part of the
administration of Justice."
Otto Malcolm, 521 Lindon street,
was arrested Tuesday night after run-
ning into the truck belonging to Ray-
mond Winslow. The accident hap-
pened on Packard, near Brookwood.
The truck belonging to Winslow was
drawn up at one side of the street
while the driver was placing a piece
of cardboard in the radiator. Malcolm
crashed into the truck, smashing the
vehicle and throwing it 40 feet. The
driver's injuries may ,prove serious.
Malcolm was fined $100 and costs by
Judge Thomas with the alternative of
60 days in the county jail. Malcolm's
mother paid the fine.
MICHIGAN TO BE ASKED TO
JOIN IN TROPICAL RESEARCH
Prof. A. G. Ruthven, director of the
Zoological museum, attended a meet-
ing of the Council of National Re-
search in Washington, D. C., last week,
where it was decided to establish for
scientific research in tropical America

FORMER PROFESSOR OF CHEM.
TO SPEAK AT UNION FRIDAY
Dr. L. H. Cone, formerly a professor
of organic chemistry in the University
and at present vice-president of the
National Aniline and Chemical com-
pany, will speak before the local sec-
tion of the American Chemical society
at 4:30 o'clock on Friday, Jan. 21, in
room 165 of the Chemistry building.
The National Aniline and Chemical
company with which Dr. Cone is asso-
ciated, is perhaps the strongest of the
dye manufacturing companies in the
country and as the result of the re-
cent merger of the strongest of these
dye manufacturing concerns its pres-
tige has been materially enhanced.
Dr. and Mrs. Cone will spend a feil
days with friends in Ann Arbor the
latter part of the week.

Greatest Comedy Hit

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With an Exceptional Cast

Direction of George C. Tyler

"Clarence' is the best light comedy ever written by an American.'"-
New York Tribune.

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