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TH-E MICHIGAN DiLY

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fl EU CAPTIVES

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by Troops Places American
Officeers in Great Peril
Bandits Say
WOMIAN DECLARESi
LVING CONDI'T'IONS JBAD

'Washington, May 21.-Crave fears
for the lives ,of Maj. Roland W. Pinger
and Maj. Roibert A. Allen, U. S., A,'
two of the 14 men still held by Chin-
ese bandits, following attacks made
on the stronghold of :the brigands by
Chinese troops.
One officer and 'five men from th~e
Chinese regular army are said to hav,
been killed in, a battle in Shantung in
which the Chinese sought to free thie
14 foreigners being held captive.
The banidits have threatened that
r further attacks by Chinese troops
will force the slaying of the prisoner:,,
but word said to have come from the
captive men is to the effect that the
prisoners would welcomne interveen-
tion by foreign troops.
Demafnd Explanation
Peking, May 21-(fly A.P.)- Peports
that troops were iiriln on the Shaan-I
tung bandits were received today by
the diplomatic corps, which inunedi-_
ately drafted a now note to the for-
eign~ office asking the Chinese govern-
ment how it reconcileod its promises to
release. the foreign captives and the
events transpiring since that assur-
ance.
As the parliamnent has not acted on.
ratification of the presidential ap-
pointment of Dr. Wellington Koo as
foreign miniter, the foreign~ office'
still is officially without head.
- The diplomatic corps heard the re-
cital of Marcel Oberub, a Frenchman
of Shangbai, whom the bandits reloas-
cd' so that he could present their ulti-
matum to the government.
Woman Freed
London, May 21.-A Central News
dispatch from Shanghai, reporting the
release by the Chinese bandits of Mrs.
Manuel Verea, wife of a Mexican mian-
ufacturer, says that 14 male prisoners
still held by the briganids are living,
under terrible conditions. M'rs. Verea
w'as exhausted when she reached
Shanghai'
Washington, May 21.-Further nego-
tiations between the Chinese govern-
ment authorities and the bandit lead-
ers in Shantung "are futile" unless
there is foreign representationI on thoe
Chinese governmenit delegation, in the
opinion of American observ'?or~s as re-
ported today to the state department.
The dispatches suggested that Roy
Anderson, an Americain of long resi*
dence and intimate association NNth
the bandits and government oficils
in China, might be chosen to negotiate
with the brigands and provded with

4stron7oner Finds WSCNIPRFSO
' i a a l e w ® a e rT O LE C T U R E T O M O R R O W ,
- %y'l1'IILL DEIIVE 0 THREE LECTURES
y:~. , " ON BIOLOG~Y 0F FRESH
5 ,o r WATUR LAKESj
:. "The Biology of Lakes" will be the
topic of a popular lecture_ to be de-
y'.; >k~a4^KUniversity of 'Wisconsin, at 8 O'clock
{ ~ tomorrow evening in' the Natural Set-
once auditorium.
xz", ; rDuring his visit to the. University
le will also deliver two other talks of
a more technical nature. The first of
these on the -subject "The Physical and
Chemical Characteristics- of Lake Wat-
ers" will be given, at .4:15 o'clock to-
mo rrow afternoon in room 214 of the
Natural Science building. His second
technical talk will be delivered at 4:15
o'clock Thursday afternoon in' the
same room on .the topic, "The Produc-
tivity of Lakes."
Professor Juday while eminent in
otiler fields of biological research has
Th.) Rev. Jol .Metclf done moost of his work In limnology, a
The Rev. Joel H. Metcalfe,'Port- subject on which he. is considered the
land, Ale., announces. the discovery greatest authority in the country. He
of a new but smeqll comet in the con- has devoted a great many years to
stellation, "Ophiuchu~s:" Ile declares the intensive study' of the ecology of
it sm's iall a powfrful tlsoei the fresh water 'lakes and has Been
it issoa toeseecit. ione of the most prominent leaders i
___________I_________ the field of fresh water biology. and ec-
--I ology'..
"plenipotentiary powers". Otherwise, I A mienber of 'many, national and in-
a state' department sunninry of the ternational honorary scientific so~
situation said, "the only hope jof early ties, he has also had the distinction
relief of' the prisoners is by direct, for- of presiding over several of these. He
eign negotiations."' is an authr of some note aid has*
been a frequent contributor to many
Senior s Sugge st biological journals:
Professor Juday who is brought to
Gr a duatling Plans , h University through -the efforts of
the zoology department, will be the
final' speaker of. the lecture series
Quetin as-to whtere 'the 'cor- 1which has been'svonsored for the first'
mencement 'e-ercisog~ shal be held time -by that, department and- whichi
this year has again. come up for dis- has brought to the University many
"i~h~ eeeerhigy grt& of the most prominent Americans in
cussion.Thexednl large ga- the various fields of biology.
uating class makes thl& ,' difficult
matter 'to solve. It. is'imipossible to J UNOR POIRES TKIR S
seat the parents of' the graduantes, the IT I
4U L~ k~G IU~4J .'J O4 MAKE DA

.JapiC Of C.. Head
Vists P.r-:esident

SCHOOL OF EOUCTION
WILL SPONSOR EXHIBT
"norder to biring before the sup-
erintendents and. principals of Mich-
igan the latest work in elementar y, in-
termnediate and high school design',
the school of Eduaton Will sponsor
an architectural WOO itduring. the

and extent dwa of the exhi its to be pr -! should m ake application to the Regis-
sete, e.ent to Arthur B'. Mloehl-i- trar before June 1.
man 154BradayAve., Detroit, as BlPanks for this purpose mtay be ob-
soon as possible. Exhibits may in- twined at the Registrar's office in Uni-
elcude: floor plans (original drawings verwity hall.
prefe-rre) ; elevation:;, plain or in
color; photograp~hs of elevations, in- Prof. Basiley to Attend Meeting
teriors, of interesting detail; and Prof. B. 1). Bailey, of the electrical
dlrawings of detail or special equip-! engineering department, wvill attend
wnent. j the convention of the Electrical Pow-
Further particunlars may be obtain- er club on June 14 at Hot Springs,
0(1 axt the offices of the school of Ed- Va. Professor Bailey is chairman of
I uc. tion or at the office of the Sunmmer the commnittee on Revision of Service
sess;.ion in University hall.I Voltage.

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lust Change by June 1

commercial standardization rules for
nianufzacturers; and industries.

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comxiig summer session, extending Al1 itrrystdetpanig to
from June 23 through Auxg. 10, as an- transfer next Septecmber to one of
pounced -yesterday by Prof. Allan S.
Whitney, acting dean of the school tepoesoa col rclee,
of Education. The exhibit will be n'ot onr the conib~ncd _curriculuml,a
held in'the main room of Alumni Me-
Whle intended to be primar 1v an t-4. DOR1OTHY !!g I'aB. LO11111 itI t¢@
exhibition of M~ichigan W'. l brild j - -
ings, a limited nunbetr ofclii_ I I 0 "
will beC received fmom voutsd -id the 60HIRtloPRl aCtikBdg
state just as lonlg as saeis Mim- Hus, 1-4 i; Plione 4014 J
able after Mwch an pde mands ha e, .t.11l td lIf10!3!!1tAlflln~inn i a1 111
been satisfied. P laned as a Tu rely
educational exhibition no; adv ertisiri g
of the asso ciatio -a or architect sub-mi t d w h t e l nS
The instrtio sfor tCie exhiitionl
roquest tnlat notiit on of the type
mmc,.

CITJS--If you are interested in
s ellingt this summer, call 3221-J. any
afternoon for appointment.-Adv.

Try Our usiessMens Lnc
JOE PARKER'S
S1'LCIAL SUJNDAY DINNER
Xennedy's Orchestra
1.1 :30 - 4:90
Cornwell CUcl dgz.

umni who return for cotmmncetment
and class re-unionms'An 11il1 audlitor-
lumn, having a seating capacity or
only 5,000.
To relieve the situation, the senioI~
engineers have circulated petitions. in'
which two 'plans- are. offered. Both1
of these' are' to be sent to the Univer-'
sity au'thoritiesi. To 'have. two .com,,
mencement days in which the entire
literary class 'would participate, and
another day for seniors of all other
colleges and graduates, 'is the first
pa.,Tescnsugsini htigraduating exercises be hild on Ferry
Field.
Germany Must Deivr Nitrate
Paris, May 21, (By A. P.)---The Rep-
arations Committee has orderedi Ger-
many to deliver 60,000 tous. cof nitrate,
to Vrance, Belgiumnr and Italy' in ,thee
year begininghl May 1; the repara-
tions in kind policy is to' continue re-
gardless of whether the m~aterials can
be delivered. '-

Junior forestars under Prof. Robert
Craig of the forestry department are
spending this weiek inspecting the
wood using industries and th e lumber
operatio s in and about Cadillac. The.
men left Suiday -afternoon and drove
the distance to Cadillac.
During the latter part of the week
visits will be nmade to the State Little
Tree nursery and the Higgins lake
state forest near Grayling. At the
nursery 12,000,000 trees are raised a
year, the oldest of which are now 20
years. The,, forest land 'is,- cut and
burnt-over i'and. It is repopulated and
many 'plantations, 'of largor trees are'
now a part of it.
1Bo1er-Maker; to 31"t
Detroit, May 19 (By A. P.)--The
fourteenth annual convention of the
Master Boiler Makers' Association,
will be,-held here May 22 to 25, In-
clusive.

Raita Fuiyania, president of the Na-
tional Federation' of Chambers of
Commerce in Japan,: recently called at
th White I-ouse in Washington and
was introduced to President Harding
by M. I-Ianihara, Japanese ambassador.
Chimes 'Staff To
Be PickedToday
.Appointmecnts 'to the editorial staff
of 'Cim-Ies, camipuzs" opinion -mnonthly,,
will be miade at a meetin of the moem-'
hers of the staff and tryouts for that
,publication that will 1)(,lueld at 4 o'-
clock todtay in the Chimes office. in
the Union.
-Tihe neW policy that Chimnes will fol-
low in thie coming year _ha-, necessi-
'tated .a change fin the organization of
the staff art dtluis* neW system will also
be explained' at tis time.
Band Will IlHo d, Banquhet
Memwbers of *the. Varsity band will
hold their annual b anquet at .6 o'clock
twmorrow night at the Un'ion. The
guests will include President Marion
'Ii. 'Burton, Dean Joseph A. Bursley,
Dean Frederick 13..Walur, Prof. John
:.L. lDruminu of the School of Journal-
ism, Mr. Gustav Holst, the English
composer, Prof. 'Eearl V. Moore of
the School ,.of Music, Vernon H. Hill-
erY, -presidlent of the Student council,
C~oach F'ielding H..Yost and Marion 13.
Stahl, Toward A. Donahue and' Robert
~C. :xfiarty of Thct Michigan Daily. Pi
is expected that more than 100, guests
v, ill be present.

Thousands of wvornen have.
found hair net per t.{-ton in
the Duro Belle. You caUz,
too.
True colors-generous size,
single and double strand--
fringe and cap shapes. Ask
your dealer.
The hair net
that endures.
Wear it again and
again.:
l"BUY them bfy thep
ii lwe-.Or f;?jgK10«i Dr0I
',o,0Kh g wbt(r"Isr

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OF 1. DALTON

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BY JOHN

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L 0ON S D A L E

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TFhe Quaker who

miade

Chemistry,,:a.-Sci ence

AVENDISH had -shown
that twt# volumes of shy-
drogen andone of oxyg en
always combinte com-'
pletely to'form water and noting'
else. Proust; a Frenchman, had,
prayed that natural and artificia'l-
carbonates of copper 'are always
constant in composition.
" There. must be some law in
this,"'reasoned:;Dalton .(1766-
1844), the Quaker mathematician
anid school- teacher. That.. law . he
proceeded to discover by weighing
and measuring. He'found that each
elcmnent has "a cmbining "weight
of its owni. To explain 'this,, he
evolved his atomic theory -- the.-
atoms of each element are ' al
alike in size and weight; hence
a combination can ;ccr-nly~iJ
definite proportions.
Dalton's theory was pubrlished
in -,$QS. In thatame:y t' ,N'.N

polecon made .his brother, Joseph;
king of Spain. This was' considered
a po litical event -of tremendous
importance. But Joseph left~no
lasting=.impression, while Dalton,
by his discovery, elevated, chem-
istry 'from -a mass of unclassified
observ'ations: and recipes- into a
scienefC.
Modern scientists have gone be.
yond Dayton~. They ' have found
the atom to ;be'composed of elect.
trons, minute .electrical 'particles:
In~ the Research Laboratories of
the. 'OGeneral Electric= Company
m ucK has' beer"done to make this
theory' practically applicable so
tha.t chemists can actually-predict
the physical, ,14emical. .and..elc.
trical properties of ompounds yet
~undiseovcrede
In a world of fleeting evensr
the spirit of scienccand&$.ard,$
end~res.

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Frien ods of our
Medical Seniors
and all Medical
men
will be interested in
examining' items dis-
played in our-. surd cal
Window:
Many suggested grad-
uating presents will be.
discovered at
I. Claude Drake's
Drug anidPrescription
Store
Cor. State and N. 'University
Phone 308
"The Quarry"

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