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ThllIE' MICHIGAN DAILY

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ASTROUNOMERS TEST
EISTINSTHEORYl
Photographlic Plates Shoa~ng Edllpre
of Sign to Determine Trutha of I
Relativity
PROFEASSOR CONFIDE TTHAT
RESULTS WILL BE iPAVORABI4
San Francisco, J-an. 3.--Down in the
basement under the dome of Lick ob-
servatory, near hiere, astroiioniers re-
Gently opened a box of huge photo-
graphic plates, taken at a far-away
Australian outinost during the Sep-
tember eclips~e of the sun, -and: started
developing theis to prove or dispro''
Dr. Albert instein's theory of relativ-
ity.
D~r. Einstein thinks the. Pictures wit)
show the correctness of his theory]
which is that the sun attracts or
bends the light of nearby planets. Dr.
W. W. Campbell, , director 4f thij
observatory and head of the W. HI
Crocker expedition, which took the
pictures,,will make -no statement i rnd
til the plates are developed and in:
finitely delicate measurements and
comparisons,-, are made.. Several
weeks will be required for flhis work.
Forty eight photographs of the ski"~
were taken by, the expedition. Eigh~j
of them were in connection 'with thq~
Einstein theory and the, others were
of the stars anud spectrum and corona
of the sun. ,
The Crocker' expedition was, fortun-1
Ate in that Eclipse dlay was bright andI
clear. A German iexpeditlon to,
Thursday island, headed by. Dr. Eifn-
stein, reported failure because fog hid
the sun when the eclipse occurred.
Dr. Einsten was quoted at Kobe; on
his way home, to the effect that 'he
thought the Campbell plates would
prove his theory correct.
I OCATE FEW. OIL
WELLS [N STATE
During the. past tw decades many
attempts have been made to Alnd oil
in various places- throughout the state
of Michigan. These attempts have melt
with slight success in somne place-
while in others they have been al..
most a total failure. According toF
Prof. C. W. Cook of the geology de,-
partinent only a few wells in thisl
state, located near Port Huron, have
ever. mad~e anything approaching -aj
financial sucess, and even the pro-1I
duct of these is far short of that
obtained in other parts of the cofhn-
try.

C atalogue iNeeds ddresses English Painter -o .Extend Scope Of Radioj
of 19 6 rer Instructors Gve;HghHno ______
_______ yRoyal Academny: aafvrsiy Corses to be Broadasts Through Country Acording' to Plan
" s; ofNtional Chambe#r o Commerce

Last night Winifred Buck, '20, an
nounced her engagement to W'illiar
: Menke, '23, a member of Sigma Cli
fraternity.
ALPHA +CHI OME GA
IWILL GIVE DAN C

6f inearly 200 names to be listed J: David Ellsworth Spencer, acting
in the faculty section of the new alum- assistant professor of history, 1892-
ni catalogue the occupations and ad- i83
drc~esofbut1~ eole eman o b J Benjamin Bruce Wallace, instructor
accounted for. In the book, for 'npltclsiec,11-92
'Whih bds ae nw bd~g eceved W. C. Wishart, non-resident lectur-
by the secretary of the Unilversity and rnrila tasptti,19-
the early copy of which will 06 to 1912
press shortly, the names of. 60,0001_________________
,ltii, noti-graduates, and ,faculty
members since the institution Was1
founded-, will be published.
In addition, in the faculty section,
which will head the cat4ogue, the 11___,____-.
University title and present occur a-
tiou And. addres wi be stated. At Members of Sigma Delta Phi will
presents Bald I'. L. Sensemnan, director meet at 4:15 o'clock this afternoop
of the Alumnij cataloue ofie "there at the Kappa Delta hoiuse.
are only 19 ex-faculty -members w o v
are unaccounited for'. An~y informxa-1' Portia Literary society will meet
tion concerning their whereaboutsI at 7:15 o'clock tonight In room 302,
will be greatly appriecated by this Mason hall.
office, and every effort will be made!
ito locate them." All women interested in writing ly-
The list. contains the following rics for the Junior Girls' play are
names: asked to report at '4 o'cloclk this aft-
Harry Arch Augenblck, instructor 'ernoon at Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
,in descrilptive i eometry anid: draws fg, I
1910-1911. The Freshman Girls' Glee club will
'William Louis Batley, instructor in meet at 7 o'clock this evening at Bar-
administrative la,1 1948-1909 bhour gymnasiumn.
F'rank WMsaes Dyzrinstructor in
mathematics, 1909-1919. All junior women are asked to pay
C. N. Duffy, non-resident lecturer onl$ dues for the Junior Girls' jlay at
electric utilities, 1911-1912, the candy booth in Uniyersity hall to-
Ernst John Fluegel, instructor In day.<
Glerman, 1898=1899. __________
rBerthold Blertrand Grunwald, in- -
[structor in chemical-anUecring, 1911 tC.abaret Features'
Rus1e.lWilliam I Car rav~e, instriic: Stun t Andt Dances
tor in miachine desi~n, 1904-4900.
F'ranz Alexander La Mrotte, instruc- Cabaret stuntsl are to be the draw-
Stor. in. mathemiatics., 1902-19~03. i
G. N. Leniniou, non-resident lectur- ing feature of the Women's League
j r on power plants and lines, 1911- party which will be given from 4 to
4912: 16 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
.Frank P. -MQrath,, instructor in de- Ibou~r gymnasiumi under the generalt
,scriptive geotry and drawing; 1918,' chairmanshipi of Dorothy Bishop, '24.t
1914.. Kathr'yn Woodwardf, '24, In charge of
Arthur E._ Palmer, instructor. in de- the, stunts, has planned pianologues
scriptive geomietry and drawing, 18051 to be given by Helen Elackaller, S. of
1906. At., readings by Velma Leigh Carter,
In chemical, e ig nee rig, 1917-1918. ber hth Pike, '24,r and Dorothy Campbell,
1Jean Petit, Instructor ini Ftench", '24. The Y.W.C.A. cabinet will give a
1918-119. ' short play.
A. H. Plant, note-resi dent lecturor While die stunts are being given the
on railway" transpoqrtation,' 1916-191.members. of the League will be serv-
.GeorgeflHerbert R~owe, instruictor in ed to refreshments at small tablefl
e lectrical engineering; 1892-1893. placed around the gymnasium. Let-
D. R. Scott, instructor in podltical sy Barbour girls wearing white capa
economy,. 1911-1912.- and: aprons will act as waitresses. !

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New York, Dec. 31.-Forseeing mil- examination sheets following
Icons of listeners, the bul-k of them of endl of the course."
colege age, the National Radio Chain-

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ber of Comnmerce is develo'ptng a plan
to establishi radio extension courses in
American colleges And universities. In
i s ,suo education has found a new and
powerful ally, said an Aninouncemnent
issued today at the Chamber's head-
: q ta 'to's, in this city.
lMlnanGemnarplnigto broad cast university extension
ccursei;. "Several promnent insti-

j ITO ENAGE)UNTS ARE~
ANNOUNCED AT SORORITY

Members of the Alpha Chi Omega
sorority will give a matinee dance oa
S t r a af e n o at t e I ri n Ai'sic w ill be furnishted by Ted R hodes '

Annoncin tw enggemntsthesociety and Jazz orchestra. Dancinlg
members of Delta Gamma sorority wilcniujrm :0t )S .
have marked the beginning and thel clock. The dance will be givenfo-r
close of the Christmas vacation, tho 1) cE(it of the Univ er sity of iM.ici-
The engagement of Laura Mills, ganz League.
'23, to Wendall Moore, '23, was an- :-
nounced on Dec. 13. Mr. ?Moore is a Lose Sanmeth1,a? A ~isildl
mn.ember of Zeta Psi fraternity. cl: <=itiedl ad will sellii, f'j you.--Atdv.

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The Royal Academy, fountai k ar
of British e t, has just honored XMrs
Anne L. Swynnerton With electicn to
an associate memnbership. This is thze
first time sin.co the das of Sir Joshua
Reynolds that a woman has bee,, ad-:
rnlttedl.
tFormrer Track lK3ti'e'd"
Miss Frances Buell, of Detroixt, andj1
Rufus A. Bailey, '22, of Detroit, welr 2
married in that city, Dec. 21. P iicy
was manager of the Varsitytrc
team last year. He is a member of
the Sigma Nu fraternity.
Patronize Daily advertisers-Ads'.

tuticrs of learning in tihe United,
£ s~. rtes; have made a beginning in this
direction," the announcement con-I1'
tfnuQs, "andf their reports of the en-{{
couraging success attending their ef-
Ytoris show us that the possibilities of
La nov, mnethod are not underesti-
fThe National Radio Chamber of1
t ox ; nrcc, which has set out to end
; "onfu ion in the radio industry by
bringing into harmony all of its in-!
strunnentalities, is devising a scheme i
of u:actical assistance to educational!
{"Extension lectures m-ay be broad-
--asted from the university without~
t ny w',ay interfering with the local1
dX: vlwthin the school. It is
., £ row necessary that, the scihool1
-a;; ifs o-vn broadcasting station; a
: el-ful central station nearby con-
tcii therewith by the microphone
a11 ti' cleftur; room may be used. In
;oemo instances the lectures are beingj
foliowed up by questionnaires and >L . :, e d n , w i h a e m i e
:e !is te n e r s u p o n r e q u e s t, a n d b y ' e c o
to InA 0of te
InOe Cours eC
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Majestic--Quincy Saw.yer Adrs
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