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FEBRUARY 16, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Scientists Award ILpartment to aid i, the work there are'
Medal To LY T Julian Mack, '24, R. A. Wolfe, grad.,
Honor o M edal To and Everett Chapman, grad.
FnCiscan LSEN AND CAMBRIGGsmallpox Claims
.Dr.William S. Kimball, of the Another Victim
physics department, has been granted
a leave of absence for the present se- C. i." aylor, '26, is the latest victim
mester and will sail for Germany!of smallpox to appear at the Health
where he will carry on work at the service. He had been under care at
University of Leyden. Dr. Kimball the Infirmary for some time, being ill
carried on some research there last first with ear trouble and then having
summer on the theory of relatively un- # ap attack of pneumonia. The Health
der the direction of the famous ?rof. service has taken all possible precau-
Robert Einstein. It is to complete this tion by vaccinating those who might'
work and to take work at Cambridge have been exposed to him, but any
I university on the same subject, thatv one who may have been oerlooke
Dr. Kimball will go abroad. is urged to appear at the l-ealth ser-
::New assistants appointed by the de- vice immediately.
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Charles W ferrill
The achievements of Charles W. Mer-
rill of San Francisco, in nonferrous
metallurgy will be made a part of the
records of the greatest scientists of
the land in the annual meeting of the
Institute of Mining and Metallurgical
Engineers shortly, when he will re- T o m o rro
ceive the James Douglas gold medal ofho r9 e rmt df
honor for 1923, the foremost award of
its kind.
This delicious new
GLEE CLUB WILLATTEN ce Cea
Here's one of our products;
CHICAGO BIG, TEN MEET perhaps you haven't tried. De-
licious, pure, Ann Arbor Dairy
Twenty-four selected members of Ice Cream.
the University glee club, accompanied
by George Oscar Bowen, director of new treat is in store for
the club, and an accompanist, will
leave early Monday morning for Chi- you. It is impossible to make
cago where Michigan will enter its BETTER ice cream than ours.
club against 13. other conference and Try it for dessert tomorrow.
midwestern schools in the competi-Y it
tions to be held there that night. The ou, too, will be conviced.
club will sing two numbers, "Laudes
Atque Carmina," by Stanley, and "Now
Is the Month of May," by Morley, in Order yours today
addition to Hensehel's "Morning today
Hymn," the prize song which each club
will sing and the number upon which Delivery tomorrow
most of the judging will be based
upon.
The club will be the guests of the
University club of Chicago at a lunch-
eon Monday noon. In the early part
of the afternoon the directors of the
14 representative clubs will convene
with the board of directors of the
intercollegiate glee club association to
formulate plans for the coming year
At 3 o'clock all the olubs with an ag-
gregate of 350 voices will rehearse for
the ensemble singing which they will
give at the conclusion of the concert,
Several of last year's winning clubs
will sing over the radio later in the

'25; both under the required age, rea r
EIHTSTUDENTS2,otAINt eqirdceived certificates by which they willrvse
eceive their commissions when the
LIEUTENANTS BERTHS. E
Wisconsin to Celebrate Anniherary;
Announcement has been made of The University of Wisconsin will be Due to1
the appointment of eight men, gradu- the scene of a gala celebration Mon-
ates of the R. 0. '1'. C. course here as day night in honor of its seventy- some studl
second lieutenants in the reserve corps fifth anniversary. Madison will be i the filli
of the army. The names have recently gaily decorated for the affair and numberow
been announced by Major William T. every student together with many of ntibei
i at their A
Carpenter, professor of military sci- the alumni will participate in the announced
ence and tactics. celebration._thur G. Ha
Following are the men who have. Many sti
been appointed by the war depart- Dean John R. Effinger of the lit- tions last
nent: R. A. Granger, '24E, P. G. .lacka erary college is confined to his home on the ba
'24E, J. W. Kellogg, '24, M. C. Libert with an attack of grippe, it was learn- their Ann
'24E, H. S. Van 'fleet, '24E, and R. J ed yesterday. He is not expected to place they
Sipe, '24E, as second lieutenants. Two be in his office before Tuesday or semester
men, A. E. Pratt, '24, and J. A. Reed Wednesday of next week. count, all,
home addr

Mn only by having them forward
their home as none will be g
from the Registrar's office.
rtrn~n li Rgi strar Hall also nientioi
;o inc students in mnaking elect
R IN Ann Arbor address on these c
the mistake on the part of stead of the address to which
ents in the literary college sire to have their cards sen
ing out of their classification summer.
the first semiester, a large,
ill not receive their grades
Ann Arbor address, it was
yesterday by Registrar Ar- Kansas university will hold
all. Leap Year party in its his
Mdents, in making their elec- Feb. 16. The whole order o
September, failed to place will be reversed. Women wI
ack of their election cards age it; women will sell at
Arbor address at which tickets; women will call foi
desired to have their first an'1 men will act as chaperm
grades sent. On this ac-
students who placed their r-l h W.a nt
ess may secure their grades eIad t e ant

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afternoon.
With aluii of all the schools pre-
paring for thu occasion, indications
point to a capacity house. Members
of Michigan' glee club will return im-
mediately following the recital.
BERG ENDS LECTURES ON
HEAISI's OPERATORS
Dr. Ernst J. Berg, consulting engi-
neer of the General Electric company
of Schenectady, N. Y., and professor of
electrical engineering at Union col-
lege, in his lecture in the east physics
lecture room yesterday afternoon, con
eluded his discussion of Heaviside's
operators, which he has been carrying
on in a series of lectures in Ann Ar-
bor during the past week.
The lectures concerned the methods
of simplification of mathematical pro-
cesses which have been advanced by
Arthur West Heaviside, English math-
ematician, inventor of the Bridge sys-
tem of telephony, and original in-
vestigator of wireless telegraphy.
Dr. Berg, who is at Ann Arbor as a
guest of the University, spoke oh his
general topic on Wednesday' and
Thursday of this week in addition to
today. Wednesday evening Dr. 'Berg
gave an additional talk concerning the -..
life and works of Dr. Steinmetz, the
electricalwizard, whom the spealer t
knew personally.
Noted Sportsmen
Wnte For 'Ensian.
The 1924 Michiganensian will con-
tam feature articles by such nation-
ally known sportsmen as Bill Roper,
Billy Evans, Mapor J. L. Griffith and
Fred Young, discussing the four major
sports: football, baseball, track and
basketball, respectively, it was an-
nounced yesterday. All the regular
departments of the 'Ensian are rapidly
getting their material correlated an~d
ready to be placed in the hands of the
publishers.
Pencil sketches of Kipke, Hatten-
dorf, Birks and Blott will be made by
Mrs. H.. , )Wilson, '24, '(formerly-
Bethany Lovell) and published in the1
'Ensian. They will probably all be ac-
tioa pictujres.

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