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March 20, 1923 - Image 2

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riiTflTfhlf l U rty of Michigan Engineering(pi
OEM COOLIT TO clb of Detroil.. He will bcin Cincin- ;Hit
15 71- I ati Thursday, F'riday, and 'Saturday
i o f this week wvhere he2 ill confer
WL I[OiR TIWI0 WE[KS; with thle proceduire comm ittee of the;,
F ederated IAmeric an Eingineerin.g so-
Dean Mortimer E2 Cooley will leave cit . udy n!o!a heDa
his mxorning for a two weeks tour w ill visit tlie Uiversity of Kentu.ckay
of the middle west, speaking enrouteatLxntleigMody v-
nisig nor Denver where he will devote
before two alumni associations, and th!eane fth ekt rvt
tetransacting business of th~e Federaie the usin.f He e er thepirt!
American Engineering societies of ! k tiA pr;. i il etrIteff
which he is the national presideint. we nArl
This evening he will spear at a
banquet in Bay City given by the Uni- Sno As)utOdr(ae
versity Alumni association of that Alyenior liter-ary studcents Shoiu
city. Tomorrow night he Nvill be the plaice orders for their caves with
guest of honor at the iieeting of Atbe Wagner and company this week:. The


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Vife{' of tth wreccd plailje. ANo~tc!r1-wprs I rcedthigrun~d
F irs;t 1Liut. St.anley Smith was killed and five others iinjured when a huge Uited States army transport
plane fe"l from a heighit of 2,,000 feet into a fieMd of mude in Che residene e section of Brooklyn, N. Y. The
plane, c, periencing engine trouble, hAd volpianed for wver. four miles over Manhattan island hefore it cfash ed
i o earth. It was to have flown from..Mineola field to Rantoul, Ill.

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nships in. the two distances.___
ger, Ann. Arbor cross coun-ntn rrRInrni
distance star, has been enter-ea .L h' Daily 1i IIIsI Read £ 49
re mile and1 will give plenty of", Viposition. In fueltaidystancestrial heat last
ects to clip a few seconds fron ziri IN i .A
Thurston. in. the 1-2 mile antij S1a'FAKE'R UIS CHIEF OF T RM E G LXf F.
tBuck in. the mile are the e1nEN F () 310 ,(ItOthefes
mKlm oowieG r11rill represent Battle Creeks in-3
e.' Ray Haft, half miler fromr Dr. L. 0. Howard, chief of the bu-'-
Arhr±wwl ea'u of entomoloo-y in the dlepartment Ff Ia
state schools in the meet f I FascirnatinQ'
'edicted that he will -establish.f; ...tr, asigtnD.C.. usc om d
dfor roter scholast es in this ognizedl as thle greatest auth~ority on - T1 T
Rehsbe aigtehl ninsects in the Unite 1 States, will de- FLEP" 1'7, OF rFUG'.
Hehsbe ~ligtehl Ts, ich is exceptionally fast time. Ii _er a pubilic lecture on the subject LOt 3OF G.IRLS
events will go far in. ,iakingz "Warfare Against Insects" at. 8r
nell-Michigan, dual meet the l oclock Thirrday evening in the Nfat- l UN Y COMEDIANS.
;t meet in the country ant'um 1l Science auditorium. He Will al- NEW V MUSC, SINGING, DANCING
ors will be as,-cred of seec so deliver two other lectures of a
to fine track and hield work. more technical nature on the _general DiIJ~Q: ET~3-T;(HLI eN 0
_______-j topic "E{conon-ic Entomology" at 4:15 _______________ _ -
IT 1'0ESNTTVET o'clock Thursday and Friday after udeso epeTrndAa at'lek Cyn .ry 4--od
RE.IS$ eO'i IIWCH41 Rnoons in room 214 of the ?Natural Sc i- nre Toheope uneJAayLst We.CneEryt vi
-- o_- nce bilding. Three reels of rony- ~
t C Green, tpecial repre,,enta- Ing pictures will be used %in illu trat- ° ALL
the freight claim division of' 1Mg his Thursday evening talk. THE EST SHOtV PO ALL
icn Railway a oitif Dr. Howard, who is bro ught toth
dress the University Chamber University under~ the auspices of the S how 6:30 and 8:30 Dro,;s Open at 6:00
mere.; at 7 :1.5 o'cloc"k We lnes- - zoology department, was graduated =
ning, in room i; 04 oirthe Uion from Cornell university in 1877. He W ASHINGTON T EATR
subject, "Freighlahn s and later received his master's degree
revention"ro ta isttuio, isfromfom (616that11f1111institutionE2§6Gfi£el16_?96Ehis Ph.D.11 f i 111111from6t66
ccount of the methocls follow- Georgetown university, his LL.D.
effecting a reduction of 50.,-- from the University of Pittsburg, and __________
in freight claims ?)hiIy raii-- an honorary degree in medicine from
11922 will be given. Th is is George Washington -university. He i~o
a series of W'ednesdlay nighrt became a trustee of Cornell university }!Mvassachu .s=t Institute Te1; chn loov
iat is being arranged by the inI1900.
ity Char:ber of Commlerce.
- ~~~Seniors to Order 11-r g;rn ivs n > F
in Bursley*", Secretary Ull Seniors in the Sdcol of uain
Rosa. D. Willis, secretary to will order their invitations and pro;
an of Students, has been.- con- gramrs in Tappan haill today and1 to-; <
he hm b Il~e~.Te oro. l mmbr w hv gO SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGIN EERING PRACTICE 1
Sis not serious. paid their class dues ; IaZ<y 6o so at thij I - A rauat shol fferig acus of dy leading to the degree of
time. No orders for pr'ogiaramsirll be Mester of;Science, w~ith field stations establisl-ed at six different companies
~lasifld AdIt ays-Adv taen ntiltheclas dus1a1h located in a Bangor, Maine; Boston, Mass.; and oufalo, N. Y. Th ese
* ~Khea-vq acids and 'sahtc, sugar, coke, gas, steel, ammonia, blenzol, etc.
The more important operations of Chemical Engineering, as t9pi fed by
the abode processs, are studied sustemtitcally by means of tests and cxqperi-
m m~aental work ort full sc.ale plant appcratus. One of the objects of this w~ork t
is to fix in the min of the, student the principles Of Chemical E:ngineer.
I ig and to correlate these principles with practice.,
II"I The w~ork is non-remunerative arid is independent of control by the
II IIplant management, and therefore the whole attentiort of the student is
ea y ' directcd to the study of Chemical Engineering. l~e
! a 1The total number admitted to, the school islite and the students,
1p~d° 1n ii! t 'studying ead experimnentingin small groups, receive individual instruction.
- 10 Before admission to the School of Chemical Engineering Practice, ail
-Neatly comnbed in .the mornrdn-' stu dents must have r-'ec+tmte 1-reparation in chemistry end engineering.
a: bI t what aoutt treo'clock- in the I Ti aaUle student can corripicte the requirements for the Master of Science
aft ernoonr 1ar-orsi degree in oed o hig rt--nsolg n nvriis r ersne
M, lrc~~~I'r wiry, unruly 1 z--o ot At the presenttie lrOo clgesaduvriisaerpeend
- fluffy hair --for any ki nd of hair i' am +;1 mong the men attending the School of Chemical Engineering Practice and
thlat won't stay combed all day tse these men comprise over one-half the enrollment.
Stacorm-thycn your hair -will stay
s.nbdus a yu an i.atr further details address: Ri. T. Haslam, Director, Room 2-131
Ideal after -rxaaing yourhair. 1 (( Tj School of Chemical Engineering Practices
I~As!: th er h.ir soft -n lustous 1 3 assachusettIs Insti tite of Technology, Cambritge, Mass.
L G. us. a r...,.., hitA all druggists. R -
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Our representative will be at the



wvith Samples of Ready-Made Clothing
Furnishings, Fiats and Shes
for Spring

Send jo "Clolhes and The Hour"

{ ~AND
Gladys Walton
I"The Girl Who' Ran Wild"

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Comne in and see them while our stock
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