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TUESDYNMRCHI 3, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FACE TTHR r

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ANOUC SUME
MATH CURRICu]LUM'
lrty- se~en Courses 'Are Planned;,
k 2~ Classes Scheduled For
1.itertary College
18 LISTED TO TEACH
One of the strongest curricula to be
offered in the Summer session this
~ ear will he that in mnathematics.
SThirty-seven courses are planned for
ft u4il epartment. Of this number 23'
will be offered in the literary college.
ten in the Engineering college, andl
two more in the School of 1Education.
T'he teaching corps will inlude 1X
wen, all of the present departmenit of
In t he literary college, the p~rogram
will include: couirse:; taught b)y Prof.
IL. (. Ka 1)inisl{i in leaching of Geoni-1
-et ry andl history of iitathematics. Pi-of.
Peter F iel d will tea>ch nlechaniea.i
Priof. V. C . Pocr will meet classes in].
%;!!A geoleL ry, ]-rof. S. RF. tll wvill
lea)ch analytic geomet ry acri (1(iffe cen--
ja 1 equhations5, 1 '101. I. W. J3lsia w
_ ill leach algebra and figures of S0l110
- gomnet x y, irof. WK. E3. Ford will t each
determinanuts atnd the theory of equn -
tiofls, and~ adlvanced calculus, Prof'.
IT. C. Carver will teach theory or:
probability,, finite differences and1( mri-
t hematicali theory of statistics, P'rof.l
T.' I. Bunning will teach empirical
f ormiulas, Prof. '. I-. Jlilclebrandlt will
I tech theory o1 lunctions of a ('onplex (
'''viriable, -V T. RaI~iford will teach
Kph~l ne geometry, elenment s of miathe-
l4 'atical statistics andl introduction to
(!w mat hematical t heory of interest
--afd insuiraiwce, Clair Il.eed will teach
"olem entary algebra, mathematical
theory of statistics. andI introduction
l Af the mathematical theory of interest.
0. .1. Peterson will teach calculus and
Prof. Borman 1-1. Anning will teach!
trigonometry, integral calculus and
solid analytical ;geometry.-
fMathematics to be offered in the1
engineering school will be: solid!l
geometry and differential equations
taught by Prof. V. C. Poor; algebra

T'en States Affected As Wall .street Plans Merger

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MORGAN GIVES
MANUSCRIPTS
TO0 LIBRARY
I Mr. J. Pierpont Ml~org in of New
York City has just presentedi the U'ni-
versity library with 64 volumes of
photographic reprodluct ions of (Copt ic
mianuscripts [reini w libr~ary. iMr1.
Morgan possesses, the finest; collecl- ionj
of (Coptic manuscripts in the wvorld ,~o
that the gift is of onusual value. 'IThe
original manuscripts wvere boughlt.
1Vi liipaily in E yiit and( were arrang-
& d andl hound <dth11e Vatilcan library
in tome under t1he direct ion of Pro-
fessor 1iienry liv ernal of tIn Cathi-
c;?ie university in wa'rhing on2, FD. ,(',
Aftter purchasing the v.hole eollec-'
tion, Mlr'. lor gan made 12 copies, o1f
whii ci thle copy presented to the li-
lirarv is& the tenth.
The Copt ic language, in which the
mianu scri pts are all writtlen, is the
slpeech of the Nile valley, derived
p~artly fronm Greek as wvell as Egyp-
ta kin.'The Copt ic church was very in-
fbuential in the middle ages and most
clie he anuscripts are eclesial stical.
TO" ENGINEERS
ON'NOR THlWEST'
Tif . F.P Nalder, head of the Ex-
ten sicn department of the Washington
State college, delivered an illustrated
lecture on "The Pacific Northwest" to
the students of the Colleges of En-
gin eering and Architecture yesterdlay
miorning.II
Professor Nalder explained the pos-!
sibil itires open to an engineer in theI
west, esp~ecially along the lines of
power development.1
At nloon he also sp)oke at the lunch2-!
eonl of the Kiwanis club and last
il ight he attendled a dinner at the Ex-
change di27).

Dean Henry M. Bat(_ of the Law
school returned yesterdalziy afternoon
from Chicago where hec has been at-
tending the annual meeting of the
Commission on Uniform state laws.
This body, which has been in session

since last Thursday, is made up of
prominent lawyers fromu every state in
the union.

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The inap shows how the lwitobed consolidation of four rail roads -would affect states
New York, Mar. 2.-Consolidation o ,-four railroads serving the South aad Southwest from Chicago, Kansas
City and( St. Louis, is the object of negotiations being condlucted by a syndlicate of New York bankers.
The roadls are the St. Louis and* Sari Francisco, the St. Louis-Southwestern, the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
and the Kansas City Southern.
The combined. roads would have in excess of fifteen thousand miles of trackage and a, capitalization of ap-
Iroximately $800,000,000.
Thle grouping is a slight modification of the plan proposed by the interstate commerce commission, whose
plan allotedl the Kansas City Southern to the Missouri Pacific.
it is rumored that the Chicago and Alton may be drawn into the group.

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EARTH TREMOR WAS 500 MIL .ES T WENlT Y-EIGHT'
DISTNT, MEA S UREMENTS SHO W ENTER UNION

andI analytic geometry taught by Prof.!-_
J. A. Shothat ; trigonometry taught by! CUE TO7"URNEY
Prof. L. J. Rouse, and calculus taught The earthquake that shook Ann Ar-F dicted that another of such magnitudle .
1y Prof. L. A. Hopkins, Professor1 bor Sa ilrday night was between 400, is not likely for 55 or 60 years. Opnn!etrateblir or
Rouse and R. V. Churchill; analytic; Prof. W,. H. Hobbs of the geology naecnutibyteUinwl
geometry taught by Prof. A. L.. Ndl- and 600 miles from the city, accord- ntm tcodtebyheUinwl1
son; analytic mechanics taught by, ing to measurements obtained by the Ietmesrbtowho fis anthority b onedof uin hersto ti
Prof. Peter Field; empirical formulasO Observatory froni the record lheet off agreed that a repetition of the shock week. M~en who have enteredl the;
taught by Prof. R. T. Running; and the seismograph, declared Prof. WV. J.( is not likely to occur for a great nurn-' tournament may play otf their match-
theory of functions of a complex vari- Ilussey, director, yesterday. her of years.esaanti.Etrsshudfd
able taught by Prof. T. H. Hilde- "The distance of the quake is hardC Seismographs over most of the oppot n ie ntsaarraneswihouhina
brand(t.I to estimate, when it is so close," said' world recorded the disturbances, re- time for playin, .
In the school of education Prof. .l. Professor Hlussey.i "The first shocks ports ha ving been received from many, l<= imnetee hirnmsi
C.Carver will offer two courses: nle- IIYI ftenmnnerdhiraesi
Ce. fIahmtia taitc come through the earth in a(direct; includling the instrunient of the Ox- the straight rail contests when entries
iilline from the scene of the earth v'ib-I ford observatory in England. ( losed Saturday and thirteen have
mathematical theory of statistics. ' rations, while later shocks come by[ signed up for the three cushion event.
the surface. On short distances these Thrpe winner of thle tournament will
P41u m are almost identical." b OI'( e presentedl with a suitable prize,
UThe origin of the eathquake was de- ; probably a billiard cue, on which will
fntlplcdat the mouth of the bv Hle engravedl a silver p~late with the
.finitelrelawill be an important
IIICA lIfhIf f 1l aguenay ver, abiout 700 miles from nae of the winner, the event and thle
L O'Sh t fth onon-I ilada .safsadtynaOeretoy jOttwCnd.meeting of the Gargoyle editor-' place (if the tournament.
j sUIH eretory ateOtoftae Domiinad o h- - -
at- tTih afternonart tffsandtou___adison____
Prof. G. A. Lindsay of the physics 1.,ame reg~ion -was affected b)y a quake i: ftenoAt 5 'clocki 7. adisn Wis., Mar. 2.-Work on
dearmetwil h Pysc i teOtaw ivr a Iy at.su- IALEYIAV ION ((I~iitZIi( Cotig abo(ut $0,0
adatet ilmdress tePyis nteOtaaee ale at si-wc.illi Sadtisg spr)0g..
colloquium at 4 :15 o'clock tomorrow m ecr, which wa s i'ecorded by thelieds-wilbstrethspin.
in room .1041. new Physics building. ;nio raI:h here.tit was not, felt, ac-1
Hie will speak on "Fine Structture in cording to Professor 1-fussey. -
NX-ray Absorption andl Emission 'Iehe a'M h t reniors did the most
l ines.4' All persons interested are tlainfag in the etiy of Quebec, whereI]
invitedl to attend.? large buildlings swayed piercept ibly.

Professor Lindsay has been, d(oing; and several sniall shacks wvere demol-
research work in X-rays for several islied. A section of the Union sta-
years.. tion was also damaged. Fat her Ton-
-- 1_- dorf, seismologist of Georgetown uni-
Lawrence, Ilan., _Mar. 2-Dri.P. 11. iveisity, del'ar'ed tlhe quake to he onle
E+dmiston is urging the students to of' the most pronounced evei' felt it,
be inoculated for typhoid. continental Unitedl St ates, anad ptc~

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