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THIURSDAY, MARCHI 19, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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KOEHLER LECTURES
ON FORESTS TODAY

Presides At t iaI

UNIVERSITY FACULTY MEMBERS tn n M .TIav ah
The. following colleges have three
IHOLD. TOTAL OF 11-32 DEGREESj graduates upon the staff who have re-
ceived degrees of A.B., B.S.,Ph.D., or M.
-- D.: Amherst, Brown, Dartmouth, H1111-j

piled list the most unusual are the London., March 18.-British citizens
University of Gottingen, University of on the average, consume yearly 85
the Prepaganda (Rome), the Ijniver- apples, 53 oranges, 12 lemons and a
sity of Glasgow, the University of quarter of grapefruit.
Leipzig, and the University of Strass-j
burg. PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

Will Discus~s IMtdison
Work in Address
Afternoon.

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TO USE SLIDES
Arthur Koehler, '11 of the Forest
Products Laboratory at Madison, WGiis-
(:011541 will speak at 10 o'clock today
in room F 213 Natural Science build-
ing on "Opportunities for Research
in Forest Products." Mr. Koehler willi
sp~eak again at 4 :15 o'clock in Nat-
ural Science auzditor-lum on "The Work
of the Forest :Prodlucts. Laboratory."
!his lecture will1 be illustrated with
moving picture-,.
"Im'provemnents in Air Seasoning as
a Result of Research". will be the
subject of Mr. Koehler's third address
at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in
rc om F 213 Naturail Science building.
l1 h;i final talk will be on '"ClIose ftr
.Porest Utilization, the Prop of a Sound
Forest. Policy," to be .given at 7 :30
o'clock tomorrow evening in Natural
science auditorium. This lecture will
also be illulstratedl with motion pic-
tu res..
The Forest Products Laboratory is
the largest one of its kind, anywhere
in the world, devoted to forest re-
search and .the study of closer utili-
zation of forest resources. Those
lectures illustrated with more moving
pictures are of a non-technical na- f4

Mcml fiers of the faculties of theE 17i. B.S. (M.E.), 16; Ph.T3., 16 ; and
University hold 1,132 degrees from LL.B., 16.
different institutions throughout thel Many unusual and special degrees
Conr.Teefgre opldfo are included in the list. Among these
coutr~. hos fiurs cmpiedfro .are the French degree of Docteur en
ithe tUnivl, r itsiy records of the 636 Droitr, and the Italian degree of Bach-
membe~rs of thme staff by D~r. Frank E. illor. There are also a number of
aRobbins, assistant to the President,! diplomas and certificates, in different;
show that the average per man is courses of study.
1.78 degrees. 1 Michigan alumni lead in holding
Of these III are bachelor's degrees,; positions upon the staff, 273 degrees
294 master's, 254 doctor's, and 36 misc- 'being given by this University to men
ellancous. The most popular of the who are now on the {faculty. Or
(ist inctions securedi by the savants is these 138 are A.B.'s, 62 are Ph.D.'s
that of bachelor of parts, 330 havfig 36 are M.D.'s, and 35.are B.S.'s. lHar-
had tbis h )or coiferred upon them. yard ranks second with 59 representa-
Tiwo hundred and twenty-three de- I tives, 27 A.B.'s, 27 Ph.D.'s, and 5
grees of master of arts have beenj M.D.'s.
received b)y faculty members here. Thoteiniuinsrkasf-
rplle third most prevalent mark of dis- Thoteiniuinsrkasf-
tinction is doctor of philosophy, 163 lows: Chicago 22, Wisconsin 19, Col-
of thiese degrees being attained, while I umbia 16, Illinois 14, Johns Hopkins
10wn ..)d hedegeeof acelr strn13, Cornell 10, Minnesota 9, North-
or ' cience. The other most numerous adAbo ,Pnslai
j d re: re ~ll). .>6;M.., ; .D.S.7, Yale 7, Missouri, Kansws, 1Prince-

side, Indiana, Lake Forest,O0hioState,
SiLeland Stanford, Swarthmore, Williams,
Penn State, California, and the Uni-
'!versity of Munich.
'Among the universities which have
one or Two representatives in the comn-

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SENIOR ILITS
All men of the senior literary
class should report to Moe's as
soon as possible to be measured
for caps and gowns. They-will
cost $7.50, with a rebate of $3.00
when turned in.
The senior literary class
canes can be ordered now at
Wagner's clothing store. . It is
necessary that the orders be
taken at once to insure deliv-
ery. The price of the cane is $3.

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"music PLUS"
For That Next .Party

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Q9ArR4 PRF$S A 0b
T, Bl~ake Kennedy, federal judge
for the district of Wyoming, app~arent-
ly isn't worried over the responsi-
bility of presiding over the govern-
ment's Teapot Dome suit trial. He is
seen entering the courthouse in Chey-
enne.

i THE
LITT7LE HOME
LAUNDRY
A Service that will recall
the care taken of your1 laun-
dry at home.
922 CATHERINE ST.,

ture. All are

open to the public.

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Today's question : From your ex-
perjence, do you think that the u-
dents mare use of the art exhibits
which are brought to the University .
Where asked: .Alumni Memorialj

hall.
The aniswers: E. G. Henning, '27A.
-p,-"I do not think that students makze
as much use of the art exhibits as
they should. There have been some
fine exhibits by local artists and otti-
ers, but they have not drawn the
numbers they should have."
P. R. Moargrett, '27E.-"Yes. I think
Sthe students make use of the art ex-
hibits brought here. I have attended
raoft of them this, year and there areM
always several students there and
they seem to appreciate the works'"
S Regina Reichmann, '25.- "I have
attended some of, the exhibits and!
have always found some students 1,
there who really appeared to appre-
ciate them. I1(10 not believe that
eniough..of the students take advant-
age of the opportunities these exhibits
offer and it is only when they are
Ssent to them in classes that the exhio-
its draw any number from the studIent
body. Such a situation is deplor-
able."
W. M. Simpson, '27.-"Alth oug l L
have never missed an art exhibit, I (dc.
not think the majority of the students
take advantage of their opportuni-
ties. I believe,,, that more publicity;
should be givens to these exhibits to
'swell their attendance."
dRuth Rosenthal, '27.-"No. I do no.
think that as a whole the student ap-
Spreciates this type of oliportunity of-
Sfered to them. From the scarcity oft
students at. Alumni Memorial hall
(luring these exhibits, I (10 not believe
t hat a great number attend."

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GREEN' TREE INN.
Luncheon, 12-1 :30
Dinner, 5:30-7:00
Special Afternoon Tea Menu
3:00-5:00
Afternoon and Evening, Parties
Salted Nuts for Sale
Orders Taken for Cakes and Candies

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CUT-OFF SAW 15, ABOU
TO PLUMBINSEG UIPMENT
Addition of a high speed metal cut-
off saw has been made to the plumb-
ing shop) of the Buildings and Grounds
department. The saw will cut steel
as large in size as a 15 inch I-beam,!
and will also allow true niters to be
cut.

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Blue Front s
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A special new fountainc
Sservice. Tl'y our malted E
Smilks and soft drinks. E
SYou'll be sure to enjoy
*£Ethem and return for more.

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