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1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Virown Discusses
Chemical Control
Prof. G. G. Brown, of the chemical
engineering department, discusses, in
the current issue of The Journal of
Industrial and Engineering Chemis-
try, the possibilities of chemical con-
trol of the combustion of gasoline in
automobile engines.
In the course of his investigation,
Professor Brown built a carburetor,

automatic and positive in action, de-
signed on an exact chemical basis to
deliver a definite amount of gasoline
and air for each condition of temper-
ature and load. The device is said to
cause only a small amount of gasoline
to be consumed when there is not
much demand on the engine.
"By the application of the princi-
ples of chemical control developed
above," Professor Brown concludes
his article, "the miles per gallon have
been invariably increased from 25 to
over 100 per cent over that previously
contained."

of the Y. W. C. A. at 4 o'clock this
.1 1 afternoon at Newberry hall.

Junior advisers are asked to return
their questionnaires as soons as possi-
ble to Margaret MacIntyre, '23.
Wyvern to Entertain Old Members
This year's Wyvern initiates have
planned a hayride tomorrow night for
the old members of the organization.1
All members will meet at 7:30 o'clock
at Betsy Barbour house. After the
hayride the party will be entertained
at the home of Lucy Huber, '23.
Engagements Announced by Students
Announcement was made at the Al-
pha Xi Delta house Monday night of
the engagement of Margaret J. Cam-
eron, '2!, and Wesley L. Nutton, '23L.
Nutten is a member of the Theta Del-
ta Chi fraternity.

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The greatest dramatic sensation in the history
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"Where Men
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SCENE FROM "THE BAT" WHICH WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE WHIT-
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W1omen
Music and lyrics for the Junior1
Girls' play should be handed in as soonl
as they are completed, They must be
given or sent to Josephine Connable.1
'23, 1?% ,i1 street, by Saturday, Jan.
14, at the latest.
The Annual fancy dress party of the
Women's league will be given at 7:30
o'clocl Saturday night in Barbour
gymnasium. The admission fee for
those in costume will be 10 cents, for
those not in costume 25 cents, and for
guests who are not members of the
league the admission fee will be 50
cents.
The regular monthly meeting of the
house presidents league will be held at

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4 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Those who cannot
attend are asked to send a represent-
ative.
Guest tickets for the Fancy Dress
party will go on sale this morning at
Mrs. Jordan's office for 50 cents. All
girls are requested to wear masks un-
til after the grand march.
There will be a meeting of the Girls'
Educational club at 8 o'clock this
evening in Newberry hall. Prof. Bar-
bara H. Bartlett, of the public health
nursing department of the University,
will speak on "Medical Inspection in
Schools."
All girls who took pledge cardsfor
membership in the University of Mich-
igan league home in order to secure
pledges during vacation are request-
ed to meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in the middle parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Mummers' Michiganensian picture
will be taken at 5 o'clock Friday aft-
ernoon at Dey's studio. All members
who wish to be in the picture must
have paid their dues by that time.
Dark dresses should be worn for the
picture.
Senior society will meet at 4:30
o'clock tomorrow at Helen Newberry
residence.
There will be a special meeting of
the Girls' Mandolin club at 7:30
o'clock this evening at Newberry hall.
Every member is requested to be pres-
ent.
There will be a meeting of the Wo-
men's Athletic association board at 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Freshman girls are requested to pay
their social tax of 25 cents to Helen
Griswold at Helen Newberry residence
by Jan. 20 at the latest.

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