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THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

WEDNESDAY, N0VEMBI~R 25, 1925 THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

FOH. COE" RENC
Stith, '26, And Laltowe, 126, Start To-1
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In IN ew York
WILL OPEN FRIDAY I
Councimen lpeavie Today
Jackston 84tIi, "yip, and P'hilip
JiaRome, '26, delegates of the
to the natioral conference to be
held in New York on Friday and
Satuirday, will leave Ann Arbor1
for the lEast today.j
NEW YORK, Nov. 24.-The interfra- i
ternity conference, annual gathering!
of Greek-letter fraternity men fromt
;American2 colleges and universities,
will be he:ld at the Hotel Pennsylvania
here on Friday and Saturday of this1
week. More than 50 fraternities, 100
institutions' of learning andl 500,000
fraternity men will be represented.;
M1ore than 300 delegates will attend.1
A number of tprominent educators,'
including several college presidents, 1
will be present at the' conference to[
confer on college problems with thej
official: of American fraternities and ,
with 50 undergraduates representingt
as many college councils. Every' an-;
gle-student, alumni, and fptulty, will .
be available.
The keynote address of the confer-
ence is to be delivered by Dr. George
E. Vincent, president of the Rockefel- 7
er Foundation..
The Interfraternity council was es-1I
tablished at Chicago in 1909 through 3
the. efforts of Pres. W. H. P. Faunce 1
of Brown, Hamilton Yright Mabie
and others, to make fraternities ap-,
preciative of their common ideals andl
tasks. Through the efforts of the
conference, jealousies and rivalries_
have been_ diminished and a concep- 1

'Research Papers COUNCIL GRANATS 'PERMISSION T'OMichiganVan Is I
To. Be Presented B US COM:1PANY FO CONSOLIDA TION Author Of Story
By Instructors ,
_ /~At a meetin)g of the ("ity cot acil, ;ellt by the four lines, although the; McCready Huston, a former special
1Paper a on physical research, writ- called to consid1er the poioll., ofifth ward an([ the district in the vie- student on the Michigan campus, is,
tenby nstuctrs f te Uivesit, IthePeoles Moor oac copan iinity 01 Geddes and Miller avenues the author of a short story that will
' il en by esinstuct the mUtnivesitf the Pole"illrCoc eman:~ be left without transportation appear in Scribner's magazine for
wilb rsneda h etngorh o'a re-routing of their liriCs to- facilities. December. The title of the story is
American Physical society to be held'a
snCiaoo o.2 n 8 gether with a chang;e in tariff, it as The four routes in operation now "M\'rs. Arnold's Smile," and it is the
Tefrtpprb Mihgni-decided that the company be Pean-arse the Packard~esat?--Huron, Broadway- Second story of Huston's to appear in
FScribner's reently. Harpers, Red
structors deals with the K series emr- tedl to consolidate two of its jlve and i Washtenaw, Burns Park-Hospitals, joladteStudyEeigPs
ission spectra for elements from at- operate over three instea d of the Ia oslae ie.TeBoda-; aealcridsoiswitnb
omicnubr50t 83. It will be present four rou tes. Approval of the in oslae.ie.Th rawy hv l aridsoiswitnb
gvnoFrday morning by Prof. J. proposed tarIff revision was withhe~lld. ?Washtenaw line is to be eliminated,! him.
IIorth past five years Hso a
~M. Cork of the physics depart ment, Action was taken by the council' with the new Consolidated line serv- benaFdioolwrtro the usuh
and B. R. Stephetnson. after T. 1. Pinchard, pros-looeat; of! ing most of its territory. beendTineoilwe andthe vo s ery
The same" morning a paper will be! the motor bus company, at a nweeting Fflhe railway committee, to whom !edTiueadh rvosy5r
'given on the shot-effect of electrons a week ago, declared1 that hi., om- Ithe matter was refered by the mcoun- led in the same capacity on the Piths-w
produced by impact ionization, writ- panry was losing $5.O0() a, month, aond cil last week, :made its reconimenda- bugaeteTms
ten by Prof. N. H1.'Williams of this that further operation dependced uipona lions Monwday night after a careful
physics department, and Albert W. route and tariff changes, study of the present routes,I LONDON,-The British government'
'Hull. Atomic spectra groups will be The three routes over which the!F inois nava contrlt euctionaW
discussed on Saturday morning by company will operate, beginnain g oiia l AVANA.-Special agents have been inC idgemaacn sttiontherousemW.
Prof.,IR. A. Sawyer of the physics dc- Monday, Nov. 30, will cover ino t o i;or t o theBprovince ofaCamagneyhtoHCommons
parmen; nd hepapr o R he1~iF et tte aproveortCthatuar tomillons
prmn;adtepprofR V. htertrben coeeftpr:1 ivsiaearprthtsgrml!Zumstein, national research fellowbigOOeCI Pp o ner aesvrdri omtia
will be read concerning the absorp- fenback of° the physics dc'psrT-Eient, Lownswihvesevredtailommutretn-jN
tion spectrum of manganese vapor. aiid W .-5, Kimb' .l. ng; food shortage.1
Distribution of potential in low .
voltage will be treated Saturday aft-________________________________

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