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PAGE EIGHTI1

THE MICIG~AN fDAIL Y

FRIDAY. MARCH 12,

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DA ILY O FFICIA L BUL LETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI FRIDAY, MARCh 12, 1926 Number 121
University .Cominittee on Discipline:
By action of the University Committee on Discipline the degree of John
Philip Rowe (February, 1926) is withheld one year because of Mr. Rowe's
disorderly conduct while returning to Ann Arbor from Detroit on a Michi-
gan Central train Wednesday, February 3, last.
WilAiam A. Frayer, Cliairan.
Burton Iemorial Lecture by Dr. V. Stefansson:
On Friday evening, March 12, at 8:00 o'clock in Hill Auditorium, Dr.
Stefansson, the famous Arctic explorer, will give a lecture upon the subject
"Abolishing the Arctic." Dr. Stefansson will be introduced by President
Little. The lecture is the first of a series which has been planned by the
Student Council to raise funds for a carillon as a memorial to the late
President Burton.
Tickets are now on sale at the State Street Bookstores.
IV. 1. Hobbs.
Merrill-Paltuer School Lecture:
Dr. W. J. Bovie, Professor of Bio-Physics of Harvard University, will
deliver a lecture on Tuesday, March 16, at 8 P. M., Natural Science Audi-
torium. The subject of the Lecture is, "The Effect of Ultra-Violet Light on
Growth and Development." President Little will preside. The public is
cordially invited.
Maybelle It. Whitney.
University Service:
The next University Service is scheduled for Hill Auditorium Sunday,
lkarCh 14, at 7:30 P. M.
The speaker will be Reverend Reinhold Niebuhr of the Bethel Evangeli-
cal Church of Detroit, Michigan.
The topic chosen is "The sons of Zion and the sons of Greece." The
mied quartette will sing.
Auspices of the Student Christian Association.
John Elliott.
Off-Campus Observation and Practice Teaching:
All students who have signed up for off-campus observation and prac-
tice teaching in Detroit, Highland Park, Flint, and Grand Rapids will please
meet me for five miniutes only at 4:00 P. M., Friday, March 12, Room 110,
Tappan Hall. This is very important.
C. 0. Davis.
Zoology I:
I will not meet my quiz on Friday, March 12, at 9 o'clock.
A. Frankliin Shull.
Seniors In Mechanical Engineering:
Mr. Franklin Jones, of the White Motor Truck Co., Cleveland, Ohio, will
be in my office on March 12th and 13th to interview Seniors who might be
interestediin positions with his company.
W. E. Ly.
Botany Discussion Group:
A meeting will be held on Friday, March 12, at 8 P. M. in Room B 173
Natural Science Building.
C. D. LaRue.

Canadian Gold Rush Recalls Klondyke Days

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7The Ironwood club will meet at
i30 o'clock in room 304, Union.
LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in it rfiy
The Daily. Items will be published on u ihl
two suCcessive days only. Copy tust iRomance club will meet at 6 o'-
be submittedi to the Local Events * h ane aen rfs
Editor by 4 P. M.Clockat thef ed tave
I or Cestre wvill sneak onl "The Intel-"
lectuals in Contemporary France."
(' E N E t A
Friday 'WASHINGTON.-The latest govern-
De Molay pub'lic installation and ment bond issue, offering $500,000,00')
dance will be held at the new IMas- at 3 3-4 per cent, has been fully sub-
onic temple at 6:30 o'clock . scribed.

NOTICE

The Coliseum will
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U. OF M. ATHLETIC ASS'N.

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Red Lake region of Canada, w hich lies due north from Minnesota, is in the grip of a gold rush, with I
prospectors coming in from all directions. By spring the stampede is epected to be the greatest in Canadian
mining history, exceeding even the development of the Klondyke. The district is six days by dog team from
the nearest railroad point, but airplanes, brought in to carry mail and supplies, are covering the distance in
an hour or two. Photo shows prospectors "panning" an icy stream.
Prof. Hodges Sees Little Commercial Use
For Chemical Element Recently Discovered

Hundreds of them-Hair brushes, tooth
brushes, hand brushes and other bristle*.
goods-all of excellent quality.
Best selections at
Eberbach & Son Co.

That the newly discovered Number
61 chemical element will probably
never be of commercial use was the
belief expressed by Prof. James H-.
Hodges, of the chemistry department
in an interview yesterday. He also
said that reports which he considers
reliable, announced last summer that:
two other elements had been discover-
ed in Germany, thus leaving only two
elements unknown.
"The only one of the 'rare earth'
elements that has beenwcommercially
practicable i s si im, which is used
I in certain kinds of gasmautles," Pro-
fessor Hodges said." Others that are
closely allied with No. 61 are hard to
separate, and thus not practical for
commercial use. Unless the new ele-
ment is different from its neighbors,
which isn't at all probable, I don't
l believe it will ever be of much use."
Last summer numbers 43 and 75
were named as a result of reports
from Germany. Professor Noddack
announced his discovery of these,
which he called masurium and rhen-
ium, respectively. Professor lodges
said that there was some bitterness
about these names, as they refer to
la region taken from Germany in the
World war. These two elements are
not, however, recognized universally,
he said.
The two remaining unknown ele-
ments are numbers 85 and 87. The
former will probably be a halogen,
like iodine, Professor Hodges believes,
while the latter will be an alkali
Museum Receives
New Bird Cases
Several new cases for storing birds
have been received by the Museum.
They are covered with sheet metal,
stand four feet in height, and contain

metal, similar to sodium or ph'otasium.
"Although no other discovery thanj
that of number 61 has been made inj
Anerica," Professor Hodges stated.
"helium was obtained first in this
country, but was not recognized. Pro-
fessor Hillebrand, late of the U. S.
geological survey, obtained helium in
his laboratory from some radio-active
sands with which he was experiment-
ing, but did not realize its properties.
He sent a sample to Sir William Ram-
sey, of England, who recognized it as
helium.
"Hafnium, which was discovered *n
1923 in Copenhagen, may be useful,
because it is closely related to Zircon-
ick Relief HEAACH F S
and PIMPLES
White Wonder1
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ium, the commercial use of which is
possible."
Although not attaching much prac-
tical importance to the discovery ofI
Number 61., Professor Hodges said it
was "satisfying to know more about
the elements in the periodic system."
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John VOn Sickle.

Thirteen Years

Tonight at, 8:15

Senlor Eleetricals:
Messrs., I. S. Coggeshall and A. J. Mundt of the Western Union Tele-
graph Company, will be in Room 109 West Engineering Building Friday and
Saturday, March 12 and 13, for the purpose of interviewing those interested
in a position with this company.
Joseph It. Cannon.
PI' D1eltat Rappa :
Fellowship luncheon at The Lantern Shop at noon today. The last op-
portunity to entertain guests, prior to election. Let all members take due
notice of this fact, and be governed accordingly.
Robert A. onn, President.
Faculty Concert:
The following program will be given in Hill Auditorium Sunday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock by Nell B. Stockwell, Pianist, and the Girls' Glee Club,
Nora Crane Hunt, Director:
Variations on "Nel cor pin non mi -sento" (Paisiello Beethoven), Ro-
mance, Opus 28, No. 2 (Schumann), "Enseum" from "Danzas Fantasticas"
(Jurina), "Danzas Montasesas" No. 6 (Viller) Miss Stockwell; Indian
Mountain Song (Cadman), Song of the Shepherd Lehi (Rimsky-Korsakof),
To the Spirit of Music (Percy Rector Stephens) Glee Club; Isolda's Love
Death from "Tristan und Isolde" (Wagner-Liszt), Magic Fire from "die
Walkure" (Wagner-Brassin) Miss Stockwell; Nocturne (May Helen Brown)
Violin. Obligato Jeanette Emmons, Song of the Seasons (Hawley) the Glee
Club.
Accompaniments by Catherine Buhrer.
Charles A. Sink.

Association

with

the Arctic

The Famous

Arctic

Explorer

M'akes

Stef ansson

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Outstanding
Pres. Little wvill introduce
.speaker
Vilhjalmur Stefansson, because

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to more than a dozen wood-

Ilouse iances:
The following organizations have been granted perm
parties on Friday, March 12, 1926:
Fraternities-

Sororities

Delta Chi (Closed)
Delta Sigma Phi (Closed)
and Dormitories-
Adelia Cheever House
Betsy Barbour House
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Gamma
Gamma Phi Beta
Helen Newberry Residence
Pi Beta Phi
Westminster House

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Learn to ana
at the
Terrace Garden
Dancing Studio.
We teach all modern, fancy, bal-
let and stage dancing. We special-
ize in teaching children.
Open Daily
10:00 A. M. to 10:00 P. M.
MARTH A
WASH INGTON
CANDIES
Fresh Every Friday
TICErS
709 North University

called the

Diorers. He takes you through
the Polar Region vividly, inter-
estingly, and graphically, point-
ing out phases of northern habi-
tation that have never been re-
vealed before.
If you want true depiction of
Northern life-thrills, adventure
and romance, attend this lecture.

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of.- his many years

association

with the Arctic, has often been

Dean of Arctic Ex-

Talks 'and Illustrates
the Theme
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Tickets on Sale on the Campus and at all Bookstores

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$1.00 Main Floor

75c Balcony

Benefit Burton Campanile
It is fitting that Vilhjalmur Steffanson should open a series of
lectures for the Burton Campanile fund, as Doctor Burton introduced
Dr. Stefanson at his last appearance in Ann Arbor, the last official
act of the late President.

J. A. B
Read The Dal "Classified"

President

Clarence C.

Little

will introduce the speaker.

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The Mimes Announce a Added, Sixth and Final Performance Tomorrow Night!
W. S. Gilbert's Burlesque

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