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SATURDAY, MARCh 13, 192(
NSS BIYEBBD N EWICE-BREAKING METHOD TESTED
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE TUM

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Theory Would Explain Phenome-
non As Being Result Of Old
Volcano About To Erupt

ADVANCE OTHER CAUSES#

Much of Dean Kraus' time has been
Dean Kraus Reports Trend In &
Krau Rep rtsepors Tend n ndevoted to the study of his own sub-
mecth, mineralogy and mineralogical
German Colleges Seen On Tourmes, in Europe. He recently vis-
ited the famous deposits of potash
salts near Berlin, and spent three
Dean Edward H. Kraus of the sum-- tall possible step: are taken to gain hours underground at the mine. He
mer session, and the College of Phar- that end. also viewed the modern brass and
macy, now engaged in a tour of Eu- There are various means of student copper rolling mills at Eberswalde.
rope. has established temporary head- self-help which have been introduced He indicated that he had visited the
quarters in Berlin according to a let- at the University of Berlin, the letter occurences of ember on the Baltic
ter Teceived yesterday by Prof. Thom- I stated, which would not have been tol- coast to observe the preparation of the
as E. Rankin of the rhetoric depart- rated 25 years ago. In that institu-, material for market. Dean Kraus has
sient, and acting-director of the Sumi- tion there are student-operated lunch- ( also been to Leipsic, Konigsberg and
mer session. Dean Kraus sailed from rooms, shoe-repairing shops, and a Dresden, and has interviewed many
New York city Jan. 28 and expects to laundry office. The student body of students at the universities and ,ol-
return to Ann Arbor about May 15. I the Berlin school includes about ten leges visited.
He is occupied chiefly in visiting i per cent of women.
the representative German universi- Summer study on the American PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
ties, inspecting laboratories andl la - ;la.n,. he continued, is progressing
oratory methods, and tracing the mod- slowly there, although the University
ern educational trends in that coun- of Berlin is following the example of
try. Dean Kraus said that there were several French universities in at-
many changes in university education tempting to enlarge the summer offer-
since the War, the whole trendl now ings, with the idea of attracting Amer-
being tovar'd the American concept ion icans, especially teachers, during the
of e ducation of he masses, and th:'.t summer months.

Mazabel, '28, Wins
In Essay Contest
Jorge Mazabel, '28E, of Bogata, Col-
h- Cnih m- ia -- - xx - rA-^

(By Associated Press)
SHARON SPRINGS, Kan., March 12.
-The bottom continued today to drop
gourt of the bed of the Smoky Hill River,
:near here, and today the ground was
still sinking, although -its motion had
slowed up somewhat. A hole slightly
over 300 feet in diameter had formedI
in the river bed since Wednesday
norning.
The cause of the phenomenon re-
'mains a mystery, although many
theories are advanced. Word was re-
ceived. from Lawrence that R. C.
'VMoore, state geologist, had attributed
A to underground caverns left when
,a stratum of limestone had been dis-
nsolved. This, it was pointed out, how-
<cver, does not explain the peculiar
"odor of sulphur that many have no-
~ticed.
One theory is that it is an old vol-
ycano showing signs of life. When first
seen the depression was about 50 feet
across and of unknown depth. Since
then it has grown steadily. A low
-rumbling noise and a cloud of dust
"appearing over the spot gave the first
indication that something had hap-
pened. There was no earth tremor of
'any consequence.
Yost Will Attend
Big Ten Directors
Session In Chicago
Coach Fielding H. Yost, director of
intercollegiate athletics, will attend
the annual meeting of the athletic di-
xectors of the Big Ten universities
,today in Chicago. The meeting is be-
Ing held in conjunction with the West-
, rn Conference indoor track chain
pionship at Evanston tonight.
i On Monday, the coach will address
ia banquet of the Redford, Michigan,
high school athletic association. Red-
Iord has an athletic recreation center,

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Residents in Allegheny river valley, Pennsylvania, are anxiously await-
ing decisive results from use of a sci-entific device called the thermit by Dr.
H. T. Barnes of Montreal, in an attempt to break up the 20-mile ice
pack which has been doing big damage to residences and factories. Up-
{ per photo shows railroad bridge at Oil City weighted down with loaded
coal cars to keep it from being torn away, and a view of the ice after the
thermit began to softem it.
which they have named the Fielding Kansas, speaking at an Alumni as-
Yost house. On Thursday Coach Yost sociation rally at Kansas City on
will sleak at Greenville, Michigan, April 15, and serving as an official
at the relays at Lawrence on the 16th.
and on March 26, he will address ther set
Michigan State Teachers' conventio. Equipment valued at more than
in Ann Arbor. 1$10,000 is being built by the Buildings
On April 2, he will be .one of the and Grounds. department for use in
principal speakers at the annual Mich- , the new Medical building. The con-
igan Alumni association rally at New struction orders entailing chiefly lab-
York city. Returning west, he will oratory tables, fume hoods and cabi-
speak on April 14 to the fourth annual nets, have ail been received since last
athletic banquet of the Illinois deaf month.

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April 15 and 16 he will spend in

Let The Daily sell it for you thru
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Just Clean Comfortable Socks
Just one of the features of
this service that is the devel-
opment of modern laundry
methods, and which distin-
guishes the progressive laun-
dry.
Our desire is to make this
service as efficient as possible
-: with personal service that is
satisfactory to our patrons.
We believe that we have ap-
proached this end, but it is
only up to you to judge.
Let our driver have your
bundle this week and your
-- estimation of modern laun-
dry methods will- raised.
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