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TI-IF MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESD.\ 7.: i A RCTT 24, 19216

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S[[E1IMPRO'VEME[NT
Itichigan Chemistry Instructor Think-s
Long' Research W~ill Bring Better
Lighting Methods
DESCRIBES,'COLD LIGHT'
Drastic improvements in present
day artificial illumination can be ex-
pected in the future as a resuit of ex-
periments on' "cold light" which mark
years of research spent by Prof. E'
Newton Harvey of Princeton univer-
sity, is the opinion expressed by a
mnember of the chemistry faculty here:
The expelments are in their infancy,
however, and it is believed that the
day of 100 per' cent efficient lighting is
far from realization at the present
clay.
Professor Harvey, recently return-
edJ from the laboratories of Naples,
has given the world much of its pres-
ent, knowledge of auimal luminesc-
ence,' According to a report made on
- his most recent e. oi, ments, he an-
nouinces that hie has6 been able to re-
vive luminescence in dead phosphor-
escent fish' by the use of the ultra-
violet ray. Of what impzortance this
may be to the uncertaita nature of the
phenomena remains to be seen.
Animal light is formed by the un-
ion of two secretions, probably pro-
tein in. nature-one an enzyme, the .
other a substance that is readily oxid-
led, In the presence of the enzyme,
oxidation takes place with the - pro-
duction of heat andI light, but the
amount of heat produced in the reac-
tion is so small that it is unmeasur-
able. Little is known concerning this
\reaction except that it requires an
abundance of oxygen.
It is a well known; fact that the or-
d inary tun~gsten filament, used in elec-
tric light bulbs, is less than 10 per
cent efficient. A greater portion of the
energy passed off as infra-red rays,{
which serve no illumninating purpose!
vas they are invisible. Thus, were it}
possible to reproduce a light such as I
the fire-fly's, all the energy consum-!
ed would go into the production fo
light itself,
In the opinion of the chemistry de-
partment here, much remains to be{
done before we understand thoroughly
the nature of the organic substances
involved in the process. That they
are closely associated with protopl-
asm is well established, but the struc-
ture of protoplasm% itself is not de,~
finitely known.

50 Near Death In Tram Plunge CABRFVS
h ~ ~>~.PARKPROPO SL

Enlcrses P~urchaise Of cec Plark Siies
At Regular Weekly
Iluncheon
DISCUSSES COURT ISSUE
Results of a straw vote taken by
mnem ers of the Chamber of Commerce
at their regular weekly luncheon yes-
terday show that the organization fa-
vors the proposed appropriation of
$25,000 for the purchase of park sites,
52 to 5. Need of such additional land
was discussed by Hackley W. Butler,
memb~er of the park board, and T. A.
Gallup, superintendent of parks, pre-
vious to the balloting.
"!According to the best authorities
a city should have one acre of land
as parks per 100 population," saidl Mr.
Gallup, "and according to the last cen-
sus Ann Arbor should have 270 acres.
At present the city only owns 143
acres for such purposes.' It is the
desire of the board now to purchase
additional land between t he H uron
river and the Univer'sity hospital, bor-
dering the present Island park, 1o as-
sure that the district will not be sub-
divided, which it is pointedI out would
ruin the outlook of the nark. It is

>u~ggestc~cl that a portion of the siteI HORSESH-OE CRAB
c otld be used to form a skating rink
ill tIe winter time, and could also be! SIGNV'iFICAJ T
triansformed into a municipal golf
c.our e for use in the summer.
C. C. Freeman, alderman for sixth; (By Associated Press)
wa :I. spoke in favor of the proposi- !HA4NOVER, N H., March 23.-In the '
tic~n to ve ea municipal court, an; biology laboratory and miuseum <: t
issue whj,,ch will be voted on at the Dartmouth college are slabs of reel-:
April electlin. The court would be in which are imbedded petrified(ca
presided over by a chief justice devot-1 tures that look rather lke the hor- -'
ing all his time to the work, and one shoe crab, which so often has be )In
associate justice to servye in the the innocent cause of frightaa ng
c:apa(ity of the chief justice. It is' sea bathers.
hoped that such a court would create To the layman they are re..tarkat.:
altetfter cooperation between. the; for the fine preservation of everysIC
courts, the piolice (department, and the tail when he is told that they pwmt ,r
citizens inl goneral, the speaker said. ab~out some 50 million years ago. To
"It would not necessitate the co-n- Dr. William Patten, professor of lbin-
struction of a niew court room," Mr. logy and director of the compulsory
Freeman asserted. "as the councilj course in'evolution for freshmen, they
chamber in die court house is onlyj have a far higher significance.
ioccupied for a short tine once in twowe k an th s c u d a il be o -j
Iverted into( the prioper sort of room.''
Dental Building
To Be Repainatedi -

F OSSILS AR
AS MISSING LINK
"
jive arctinrealmissing ling',"
hie dlcclai-ed. "'Ilwy are of far more
val':e:t!:<z sthek,!Ject of search for
cn' Oe'tio et ween nman and ape.
I= {se tsils g ive the last chapter of,
'La lr;!Ibo :history (of evolution from
t Iar~ ,,z:p:ototo 1In modern man."
l>9i ehe aunhedinto an explan-
,tion of r'what lhe me ant by this, Dr.
l', tti;, 'at Laek lto xiplain his whole
ph)lil'scjphy of evolution andl the search
ihe had condlucted for 40 years for
p) ofof i'his theories.
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Painting of the Dental building will
begin as; soon as weather conditions
Ienn it., according to a statement from
the cffiOc (of the Buildings and
Gr-ounds department. The south hos-
pikia is being; redecoratedl at prIesent.
7h: cac uartrnenit has orders to iiait
several offices and lecture rooms dur-
ja ~ ;M lg vacation.

Fifty persons, a majority of the m high school students, narrowly es-
caped death whe'n a Chicago tramn ca r left the rails, on a trestle and
plunged 20 feet into the Des Plaine s river. No one was in danger of
drowning, because of. the rivers' low level at this time of the year. Photq
shows the wrecf.
03I1]' IHII liiil f"IfIi ii ihN l IIi 1, 15111r1 I II"1 1111 111111 11iii!l lii it i OUl'.
. PROF. SAMUEL CA ..I
Will 'Speak 0on
- "RELIGION AND ART91
-at Harris Hallc
- ~Wednesday, March 24, at 4:15 P. M
-. A11 Stndetnts Are Invited.
ESTABLISHED 1818
MADISON AVENUE COP. FOPT'Y-FOUFT" STPEE~T
KEW YORK
Our representative. will be at the
HOTEL S TATLER
Detroit
T1oday, March 24
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
F urnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Springj

4Here is the f
Old Fashioned Bar
Double StrengIh Peppermint4
then get the
pPeppermint WRI6L
Clear Thrul
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Nearly time now for the annual migration to "gay
Paree" and London town, and most of the college
crowd are going via
TOURIST T IRE) CABIN

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Way

$95 (UP)

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Accomm odations reserved exclusively for students, teachers,
professional men and women and similar vacationists.
SMAJESTIC June;S
(World's largest ship)
VIO0"x~ HOMERIC June 12-
PITTSBURGH June 19
Other sailings earlier and later by these great steamers-also the
Bielgenland and ther~exclusively TouristThird"liner Minnekahda.
Four. othcr splendid ships frcom- Montreal and two from B~oston.,
the latter carrying Tourist Third Cabin only.

ISecond Class on our great ships also offers exceptiondl values
in comfort combined with economy.

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Today-Screen
Areade--"Cobra," with Rudolph
Valentino.
Majestic-"The 'Grand Duchess
and the Waiter," with Adolphe
Menjou.

Your auto carried uncrated as baggage. Ask for particulars.
Wmi. Laieeweeart, Mair., 211 Maijestie Ali;., iDetroit
Telephone Cadillac 7665-7666
or any authorized steamship agent.

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Wuerth-"Flower of the Night,"
with Pola Negri.
Today--Stage
Garrick (Detroit - "What Price
Glory."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Why Not?"

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New Detroit (Detroit)
Best of Us," with
Starr.

- "The
Frances

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Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
ARTHUR HOPKINS presents
WHAT PRICE GLORYI
Bly Maxwell Anderson & Lawrence S tallings
e Onse e layuhsaudighs75c to $z.51c
adSat., 50c-75c
Woodward at Shiot Tel. Glendale 9792
SGCON # AND .LAST WEEK
The BONSTIELLE CO.
In a Go ntlO Satire on Divorce Laws
"WHY iN~O T?"*
By Jesse. Linch Williams
Schue-d afaytteNights, 5oc to $2.50
Sat.Mat. %Sne-$2.Oo0
Pop.'Thurs.Mat. 50c to $ .5o, plus tax. Cad3. 87c5
Richard "Skeets" Qallagher
in the Sparkling Musical Comedy
"'etty Dear 9
Osteopathic Physicians Dial 7451
D~rs, Bert and Beth Haberer
Corner William and Maynard !
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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3039 'TAIN'T COLD
CHINESE BLUE
The Original Mvemphis Five
3096 SWEET AND LOW DOWN
WHISTLE AWAY YOUR BLUES
Harry Archer and His Orchestra

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3002 A CUP OF COFFE~E, A SANDWICH,
YOU--From Chariot's "Revue of 1926"
WI-OSE WHO ARE YOU
Sung' by Nick Lucas

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3046- DREAMIN' OF A CASTLE IN THE AIR
SWEET NOTHINGS
Ray Mil~ler and His Orchestra
3070 LET'S TALK ABOUT *M Y SWEETIE
TEN DERLY-With Vocal Chorus
Abe Lypman's California Orchestra

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