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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY Li, 1D25

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRRE

W111 ldBanquet (Commemiorating
Quarter ('entennial Wedc-
ziesday
s. 7 ORGANIZERS LEFT ,;
Commemorating; the quarter centen-,
npal of it~s founding on February 15,
1900, the Research club of the 1niver-
city will .,hold a banquet Wednesday
evening in the Union. This organiza-
tion was started by a small group of
scholarly men for the avowed purpose
"t~o unite those members of the acad--.
ernic staff -of the University who sire
actively engagedl in research, and to
originate and support such measures
as are caluculated to foster and ad-
vance( research in the University."
Of the small group which organized'
the club, only sixteen in all, but seven
are now actively engaged in work on
the faculty. These are Professors
Campbell, Huber, Novy, Reighard,
Wenley, and Ziwet. Prof. W. P. Lom-
bard, at whose home on Oxford road
the club was organized, is now in
residence,- here as Professor Emnerit-
us.
Four of the charter members have
died and the remaining five have re-
moved their residence from Ann Ar-
or. Prof. A, R. Cushiney is now at
the University of Edinburghi, Prof. J.
P. McMurrich is at the university of
_! onto, Dr. George Dock is living ini
L.os Angeles, Prof. F. C. Newcombe
now resides in Honolulu, and Dr. Vic-
tor C. Vaughan is now a resident of
Washington, D. C. Those who have
died are Professors Carbart, Freer,
Prescott and Spaliding.
Docter Vaughan, the first presidentli
of the organization, was for many I
years dean of the Medical school. ti
lie is now a member of the National 1s
Academy of Sciences and the Americ- ai
,in Philosophical socie(ty, andI is one of
the most distinguished scientists of th e !
('Cuntry. The vice president was Pro f. I
R.. M. Wenley of the philosophy (de-
pa'rtnment, and the secretary-treasurer.
Prof. F. C. Newcomibe, long head of
the botany (department and now re-(
tired.
To celebrate its birthday the club
has invited to the dinner all its living,
cox-members, ,President ilinerittus ;to
Hutchins, the Regents of the Ulniver- 11,01
sity, andl the presidents of (the Junior FM
Research club and the Society, of Sig-
ma Xi. pr,'
PHYSICIST FROM S1AEOEN
WILL fVISIT UNIVRSITY n 0

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Climbers

Conquer

Alpine Peak

TodAY's question: Do youi
the University should own andc
a radio station?
Where asked: The Union.

--- 1The aiwr:Robert N. Donley, iJ. U. Burr, '2G.-"Ye0s, I think it sure would be better than some of the
'2'-Ys adio 1apermanently es-j would be a very good thaing. It woelda oor pr'ograms which are nowiN being
ta,;lish ' itlf as onre of ie- methods, help the, people of distant cities to broadcast elsewhere."
o0┬░ nmnu(,innllinicatio i, t I thinlkI understanid what is going on here.'"
the ilniv('?:Si ty should h( 7relrfl 7te(1 KC. C. dmunds3, '2dA.-" Yes, 1 think
* I in this field, jv as it is rep (,rted broadcasting station operated by the iNINNTC
s in the field oa~rn{al I) by The University could pr ove very interest-
i~alyrfl~~~c re l e )PitP15deriived ing. There are enough artists of high comitee
from the publlict iou of a university ranl among the students and noted
- opula sian office by Monday, Feb. 16.
i our a 1roadleasting, station.", }st.ticn." I IPeiet r se osn n
K.M,, BoI3ydl, '26"Yes, 1 do. The iJ. Allen Vickery, 27-~ie;as a. Feiet r akdt edi
~. '27-"Yea;the. names of officers and coan-
believe poition of tile university inl the state; former operator of a radio st ation, I j initteenien immediately.
operate" is such that thre best program~s could + think It would be a,.very good thing for - ______
be offered. It would be somewhat simn-Ih University. ; Some )real progra.-ns I
ilar to the extension service and would could be arranged withr the talent that
reach muove people." is pres ent on ltbe campus, which I am' RIAVE tOU SUBSUL LI3b D ETIl

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The P1ilost Entertainig rehiestra LEn Tour

Piz Bernina, which stands 13,300 feet un in Switzerland's ilde- s, finally
as* been conquered by man. An expedition of thae Iiizernatjonal Research
nstimute of' Germany rhas just succeed ct in scaling -the p)';1.c for the first
ime, carrying up heavy scientific equipment with enormous difficulty. This
it-Ie highest niotntain in East Switzerland. 'The p~eak 'and iti conq~uerors
re :howen.

WIcDonald's Sonl ducator Says
c o res System Colleges Fail
)f Social .L i f ej To Fill Needs
Chicago, Ill., Feb. 14,-According "Colleges to which we, are looking
a recent article in the Daily Ma-j for leaders aie in reality breeding
ion of theC University of Chicago, ! goslings," asserts, Henry Neumann,
lalcolm MacDonald, son of England's( prominen┬░. New York educator in his;
x-premier, has expressed his disap- i event at ide in the American Re-,
roval of American college fraterni- Iview.
es and sororities. His reason was, The cause for this failure of the un-
at the fraternity system draws a iveriities to fulfill their mission is the
efinite line "between members and interference of outside institutions
on-members which is to be (deplored,"which insist that only what tradition
il tLatastihee-fraternities create the sanctities should be taught.
)allf.ofO colgtemnnt!M..Nuanseabihspti fraternities; ',rp' unjustly excluded the future of somec colleges as evid-
,oni it. Ihe contrasts with this the ened in the offer of a. chair in econ-
n lislitsysten -ini -which the social omits by Wisconsin university to- the.;',
fe of the university is centered same= urofess;or who was ousted from j
011.1d hnnwi drc, of sm~all eating clubs, the castern -institution.
iffee clutbs,, conversation clubs, and l-
)r various thder purposes. The; Paris, Feb. 14.-- Tihe German iron
nubers owve these clubs no ob-! and steel interests have notified the
.tiof, and caIn wibtds aw at, will. jFrenchi interests that the Germans are
,ioBnali clut r-wcteviz., lifo in Ein- !,di pu;ed to i asnie negotiati~ns for' an
sit on i vrsi mo} }t d 3fre (aret re e t-.isandinlg wirth the W~renchl ro~n

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The Orchestra
Plays Today
at
2:40
4:80,
7:15

Joyous, Zestful, Tinkling, Teasing, Taunting, Tantilizing
with Clever Solo Dancer, and Singers Diecte d by BILIE ORE OR hSTRA LEADER

SCREEN FEATURES

Dr. Manne. Siegbalhn, professor of'
physics at the University of lipsala,
SW6de; ill-- arrive lin Ann Arbor
eadnesday, for a. visit of six days.
iring that time he will give two
'etures on X-ray spectroscop~y, a field
wh 1ich he is an authority.
Or. Siegbahn is making his first visit.
this country. Ilie is '(:coming ttV'
Ann Arbor at the invitation of Prof.
oerge A. Lindsay, of the p~hysics deC-
,rtnient. Professor Lindsay studied
th Dr. Slegbahin two years ago ill
,eden and has recently translated
Tslatest book, "Spectroscopy of' X-
y," from the C erman. It is now be-
gpublished b~y thle Clarendon P ress
EnFtglanhd.
Unitl the past two years Dr. Sieg-
- liii was professor of phzysics at. Lund

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bll d iuisorcly- than that in Ameries. t'-adcs, ut: ineicr thattihe meeting be
lnit a j)onld's opinion, however, ii, il witzPI~ri nid.
the t 0111 c oflarge ii Libii)E'1of Amed----____-
Gait s~ituets of wvorking t heir way i' delay ----ay your Subs~ ription
endency Gi Iratern it jes. Sn(-li a-
iii i: i'.uslnosnin Enhgland.

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t i versity, Sweden, w~here he ieccEir-
;,his university training, H liahas
┬░'ale aspecial turfy of X-ray spec-
t roscopy and is considlered blymei
hers of the physics department. one of
the highest authorities on that sub-
ject. Tphe physics depatm ilent is now
using a spectroscope constructed aft-,
er a(design inventedl by Dri. Sicelntliii,
Dir. Siegbahn is a mnenmber oi the
Swedish Academy of, Science, a society
of science at Upsala, aInd thle Physio--
graphical Society at Lunld.
Report Estimates
Building Progyram
Of Recent Years
If one man were to do all the con-
:tructi'ont work which has been don(
by:,hlt University since June , 1922, it
would' take himt 4,00 years, working
ten houris a (lay, to c'omplete the job.
rIhW t is the estimiate of engineers of
b inldings and grounds department.
is excldlsive of the Lawyers' club,,
a nd the Nurses' homie which caine to
.she, university as gifts.I
t ricks used in these buildings, it'
laijI end to end, would reach froin1De-
t roit to New York City, while tile
use in interior part itioans would build
a j,al1 100 feet-high around tile entire
canlpus. To transport the cement
us -tj 300 railroad box-cars would be -
rii ed, with 50 more needed to car-
ry <le steel used in re-enforcig. TPhe
Ii ber usedI would 1)e suffict to laly-
a 9lor ten feet wide, and stretching
Oi't taken fromx exca3vatiols tor ,
these buildings it' piled in one heals
wul fill a structure, as lar ;e as the -
olVmedlical building.
sixty tons of glass has been used
for windows in the new Vn iversiity
hospital, with 60) tons o1 weights as

STUDENTS LEAD CHU3GHSHN S 9 1U E'
Ail l_. t. Jsel-vices to b iceld11thin
iorn i g a 5 1113t i.evening in 'Pectluni-
Sell, MVIichigan, Will lre Conducted lby
students (ot the University who are3
(directinig a M1ichigan wee'k-end in tha*.
community endin g tonight.,]Vore than
thirty tiien were sent to 'Tecumsehil
F4riday night by the extension depart- I
anenit of the Student. Christian associa-
tion which is directing the worki.
T c hurichi services todlay mark
an inmport ant part of the (deputators
fromnthe lniversit y. Yesterday at.-
ternoon h1igh school b)oys were taken
on hikes, were organizedl into dis-
cussion groups for tireside chats, anid
Iweire dlividledlinto teas for10, athletic
events. The whole day was (devoted
to the hiigh ;(chool Students ofth le con-
A banrtuet Ft+ iday night opened the
Michigan week end. More th-an two.
htundred1 attended the banquet, which
was orrganizedl into a father and son
banquet, in honor' of the national
fat her and son week which has just
=nided.
A larige forum for men- will be con-
duct ed t hi , aft ernoon, with the sub-
jec -'r ecuiseh':s Greatest A sset. " At
z u'clo(' a unlioni ~atheriag of young
people wrill be hteld. Tori iglit the
-Boll urchii 'ei ervice at the yreshv-
terhmn clam-cL. will, bring to a close
the first lVlichv9gair eek-end to be'
von end ed in Tecumseh.

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Wec ah-ays .have
a ~reatvariety of
fre*sh 'vegetables
to satisfv the veg-
etarian (o to help
round out an ex-
cellent meal.
Harmony
Cafeteria
508 East Williams
Where the best food is served

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A NEW IDE.
of New Yo
Contrasting the
old -Bowery with
ern metropolis of
revels.

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Prices
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Cidldren 12.c

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