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WHITE OES RESEARCH
I COO NPROBLEMS

Ifh American Railroad association re-
MichiganP sics Laboratory Ap L orted Lday that the number of cars
loaded with revenue freight by the
T OBe est UnitedStates American roads in the week ending
ToBeBestn Unit PANNEDB WA VIlOct. 28, was 1,014,000 cars.

MILLION ESTIMATED LOSS IN
DESTRUCTIVE REACTIONS
AT DETROIT
Prof. Albert E. White, of the chem-
ical engineering department, is per-
sonally conducting University re-i
search for the Board of Education of
Detroit in an effort to find a prevent-
ative for the destructive water cor-
rosion which is seriously attacking
its plumbing, equipment.f It is esti-
mated that in Detroit the total loss
to all buildings through corrosion'
amounts to more than $1,000,000 an-
nually.
The board asked.the University to
determine a remedy either in recom-i
mendations for use of m'aterials in
plumbing equipment or the proper1
treatment of water to prevent theI
chemical, reaction. It is expected that
the treatment of water to remove un-
desirable compounds will be stressed
rather than the changing of piping;
materials. . t
Hot water lines are particularly af-
fected by the corrosive process, being
eaten away until whole sections and
many fittings have to be replaced. Not
only is much loss in the replacement
of the piping but also in the time and
materials required in restoring the
walls and floors that have to be torri
up to uncover the concealed pipes.
A solution of the corrosion pr.ob-
lem will prevent further corrosion ir
structures already built and will elim-
mate to a 'afte extent the trouble ir}
the buildings now being erected.
Round Up Club initiates
Seventeen students were initiates,
into the Round-Up club at their regu-
lar fall initiation ceremonies Tuesday
night at the Union.. Those initiated
are as follows: Robert Chamberlain
'25L, Walter Meyer, '24, R. Masselink
'24D, W. M. Braybrooks, '24E, C. C
Purdy, '24, R. D. VanStone, '23; W.L
.P. McLaughlin, '24A, L Brombley, '25M,
B. J. Zurcott, ,25M, P, J. Casey, '23,
,W. Zick, '24D, W. Mayberry, '26, P.
Gilbert, '23, W. Williamson, '24, and
Henry Mudd, '23.
SGoy. a room to rent; A Daily classi*
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"Building operations which are now clude a two story X-ray laboratory in
under way will give to Michigan the the sub-basement, also with independ-
finest and best equipped physic re- ent walls an having windows heav-
ily sheeted with lead, and a series of
search laboratory in the country, if vertical and horizontal tubes through
not in the world," declared Prof. Dan- which wires needed for further expan-
iel L. Rich of the physics department, sion may be drawn.
recently. For the present, elementary stu-
!,l- xr~r-mllha nnin i .oth -

OP5EN HOUSE AT 'BET1SY BAIIBOUIf
WILT, FOLLOW HILL AUI.I
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C RZON DECRIES
TURKISH DEMANDSj

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The most unusual features of the
structure are contaned in the plans
for the three basements, according to
Professor Rich. Exceptionally deep
excavations have been undertaken for
three reasons: first and primarily, to
secure freedom from the vibrations
of the street. At the present time all
experiments involving sensitive gal-
vanometers are necessarily extremely
difficult because of the vibrations of1
this instrument caused by the passageI
of heavy trucks and automobiles.
"Even by building as deep as we arc
we shall in all probability not elimi-
nate the heavier vibrations caused byl
the passage of the Mchigan Central
trains," he declaied.
The necessity for maintaining a con-
stant temperature for such apparatus
as the "ruling" engine is the second
cause. The engine now in use, loaned
to the University by John Hopkins un-
iversity, is capable of ruling 14,000
lines per .entimeter. An instrument
of this type is under construction at
the present time to replace the one
now employed. Finally, freedom froirI
noise is deemed necessary for sound
experiments.
Freedom from Vibration is obtained
by placing parts of the sub-basement
on a separate foundation from the rest
of the building. The two-story sound
laboratory is literally a building with-
in a building, the walls being entirely
independent. The floor of this section
is of unusual complexity, being com-
posed of successive layers of concrete,
tarred paper, concrete, goofing,
felt, cork, brick, and sand.
Other features of the structure in-
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isting structure, only research and ad-f
vanced student work being carried
on in the new one. However, at some
time in the near future, another wing
will be added to the proposed labor-
atories which will provie for under.
graduate study.M
Business Condition
Of SouthWAmerica
Declared In Slump,
Business conditions in South Amer-
ica are bad at the present time anc
much of the boom in business ther
has now ceased, according to Prof. K.
C. Murray of the geography depart-
ment. A few years ago there was r
large exodus of students to South
America, due to the many opportuni-
ties that country offered in almost ev-
ery hu e. Conditions have changed ma-
terially now, many firms located
there have failed or have vacated, and
but few men are now going with the
intention of staying permanently.
South America was affected serious-
ly by the business depression of the
last few years, even more so than
some other countries, states Profesor
McMurray. The drop in prices caught
the Latin Americans with large
amounts of goods on hand bought a
high prices, and the country has been
slow in recovering.

r hLondon, Nov. 8.-Great Britain re-'
fuses to purchase peace with the
pus are co-operating in planning the Turks at the cost of "humiliation and
celebration of Armistice day on Nov. disgrace" Marquis Curzon, British sec-
11. Invitations have been sent to all retary for foreign affairs, declared to-
the Gold Star families that could be day.
reached and also to all the men in The attitcde of the Kemalists, re-
Ann Arbor who have Just taken out flected in their recent demand that the
first citizenship papers. A special sec- Allied troops leave Constantinople
tion is to be reserved for the Gold will not be tolerated, and he gave
Star friends. flat warning that they would come tc,
The program, which will begin at sure disaster if they ventured to op-
3 o'clock in Hill auditorium has been pose their military power to "the
arranged as follows, prayer by the strength of Great Britain and the
chaplin, observance of the two min- might of Europe."
utes silence in honor to those who are The gravity of the situation in the
dead, a contralto solo, a bass solo, ad- Near East was emphasized by Lord
dress by the Rev. M. S. Rice, of the ! Curzon when he termed it "the most
North Woodward Methodist church of definite menace to the peace of the
Detroit, and singing of America by world.".
the entire audience.
After the program at Hill auditor- 1 . S. Cruiser Leaves for Turkey
ium, Betsy Barbour is to have open Washington, Nov. 8.-The cruiser
house from 4 to 6 o'clock for all ex- Pittsburgh, flagship of Vice Admiral
service men and women. Long in command of American naval
-forces in European waters has left
Freight Volume Increasing Gibralter for Constantinople, "for
Washington, Nov. 8.-Volume of eventualities" the Navy department
trafflc on the country's railroads announced today.
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the kick-off, the start of that great game-
another college year.
Be on your toes when the whistle blows. A good
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