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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1926

ADD LECTURES TOl
EXTENSION SERIES:
Professors Alton, Henderson. Ani
]Rankin Will Give 'tralks In
Detroit Clurch
TOPICS SEMI-RELIGIOUS
Detroit's share of extension series
lectures will be increased by the addi-
tion of two groups of lectures on
semi-religious topics to be given at
the lenten meetings of St. John's
Episcopal church during February
and March. Prof. Arthur S. Aiton, of
the history department, will address
the women's organization with five
lectures on Hispanic America, while
the men's association will hear talks
on religion and its application to ood-
ern conditions by Prof. W. D. Hender-
son, director of the Extension divis-
ion, and Prof. T. E. Rankin, of the
rhetoric department.
These lectures, as nart of the Exten-
sion division's regular program, are
given once a week for either five
weeks or for three weeks. Under the
five lecture series, the organization
calling for the lectures pays the ex-
penses of three of the lectures and
the University for the remaining two.
With the three-lecture plan, the Uni-
versity pays for one, and the organiza-
tion for the other two.
In addition to the lecture series,
Prof. Clifford Woody, of the education
department, will ecntinue his credit
course.in Battle Creek, on "The Mak-
ing of a Curriculum." Another course
is being offered in Dearborn, given at
the general library under the Wom-
en's Civic association, which deals
with zoning, landscape gardening, and
Boy Scout and forestry topics. Dur-
ing the spring vacation, Prof. Aubrey
Tealdi, director of the aoreteum, will
lecture in various cities in the north-
ern peninsula, on landscape design.
His itinerary includes Cheboygan,
Grayling, and East House.
SINKSLAUDS THERMOL
YELAON TKEORY
Health Service Physician Calls New
Method Cheap And Efficient
More efficient and cheaper ventila-
tion in school buildings has been made
possible, due to the formation of the
thermol theory of ventilation by re-
cent scientists, Dr. Emory W. Sink
stated at a meeting of the Journal
club, division of hygiene and public
health, yesterday afternoon. Dr. Sink
reviewed, "Changes in Ventilation
Laws of te United States," by 'Dr.
Greenburg, assistant sanitary engi-
neer of New Haven, Conn.
According to Dr. Greenburg, the
purpose of ventilation has been in the
past to reduce the proportion of car-
bon dioxide in the air of the school-
room. To do this it was necessary
to keep the air in constant circula-
tion, which requires expensive antI
complicated types of machinery.
The new thermol theory of ventila-
tion disposes of the need for this ma-
chinery, since it declares that ex-
cessivestemperature,notrcarbon di-
oxide, is the harmful factor in the air.
According to Dr. Sink, under this
theory proper conditions may be ob-
tained in the school by the compara-
tively cheap and simple window ven-
tilation and gravity exhaust. How-
ever, legislation must be passed in the
United States in order that the change
may be made.

Congressmen Shovel Snow From Capitol

Darling Wins $25
Jn J-Hop Contest
As a prize for designing the decora-
tion scheme carried out in Waterman
and Barbour gymnasiums for the 1927
J-Hop, the winner of the all-campus
contest, J. Dale Darling, '26E, receiv-
ed $25 and a ticket to the hop.
Darling's design was of a futuristic
nature and embodied color contrast as
the main theme.
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Submit Plans For Solution Of
City's Water Supply Problem

Use of water from the Huron river
and the construction of a filtration
plant were embodied in the plans of
Maurey & Gordon, Chicago engineers,
as a solution of Ann Arbor's water1
supply problem, in their report to the
city council Monday night. These en-
gineers were retained last October;
to make a complete survey of the,
} city's water problem.
Two plans were submitted by the
J engineers, both providing for the con-
struction of a filtration plant. Plan
B, which was designated the better
of the two, calls for an 'expenditure
of $715,000. The Steere farm wells,j
the present source of the city's sup-
ply, would be abandoned, substituting
water from the Huron river for the
entire supply. The Chubb road reser-
voir would also have to be improved.!
The alternative, plan A, would re-
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wells and the river, together withathe
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In answer to the obpjection that the
Huron river might not provide a Suff-
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wouli always afford an adequate sup-
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gallons per day. He also declared that
the quality of the river water was
good and that by the use of certain
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could 'be satisfactorily softened.
It was suggested that the Steere
farm project be sold and the returns
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obtained by salvaging the material not
Paul Buckley, assistant secretary of
the Universtiy, is expected back in the
city late this week after a ten-week

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former Ohio representative, who work-
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TOKIO.-Sir John Francis Tilley,
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AT TIHE THEATER
Today-Screen
Arcade-"Little Annie Rooney,"
with Mary Pickford.
Majestic - "Bluebeard's Seven
Wives."
uerth-"The Road to Yester-
day."
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "S t o 1 e n
Fruit."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Man Who Came Back."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Rose-Marie."
New Detroit (Detroit) - "The
Grab Bag," Ed Wynn.

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HAVANA. - Fourteen Spanish Pacific islands. Secretary Buckley
priests, deported from Mexico were sailed from New York early last De-
denied permission to land here. cember.

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Kathleen. Parcher announces
the formation of classes in
Ann Arbor, to be held at
Nickels Arcade. Miss Parch-
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from ten until five o'clock,
Thursday, February 18, for
registration and information,
The first classes will be held
on Thursday, February 25th.
Miss Parcher is a graduate
of the Vestoff-Serova Russian
School of Dancing, of New
York City. She has studied
at the Denishawn School and
has had private instruction
under Ivan Tarsog.
Private or group lessons at

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