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TIlE MTIHIGTAN DAILY

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FACULTYJAE[MIE
ATTENDMEENGS'!
'DeannCooley Is Present At Convention
Of Engineers Held In ew YYek
Durinig Vacation
HIGBIE ALSO IN EAST
Trips to eastern cities as well asI
throughout the Middle West were tak-
en by faculty members of the Colleges
of Engineering and Architecture dur-
ing the spring recess.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley attendi-dj
a meeting of the Society for the Pro-
motion of Engineering Education in
N'few York at which consideration was
given to the final report of the educa-
tional research which' has been con-j
ducted under a $108,000 award o theI
Carnegie foundatior.. It is expectedI
that this volume, wnch will be a com-
plete edition of four preliminary re-
ports, will be completed by the end
of the year. At that time research of
a similar nature will be continued if
the necessary funds are forthcoming.j
Prof. H. 11. Higbie also spent 101
days in the East, heaving. the Wed-
nesday preceding vacation, in order to
attend1 the meeting of the Council of
the Illuminating Engineering society
as chairman of the Michigan sectol
of the organization andl of the national
committee on natural lighting. DuringI
the transaction of the annual business,
sanction was granted by council to
the appointment of a public servic
committee which has been conceived
and organized by~ the Michigan sec-
tion under the chairmanship of Pro-
fessor Aigbie.
It is intended that this committee,
?should bring to bear upon any such
problem the weight of a larger volume
of experience and expert opinion than
could be had from any single firm of
consulting enineers, although only
advice and judicial opinions and not
the detail service of commercial engi-
neers will be offered.
At the spring meeting of the Aher-
ican Society of Civil Engineers, held
in Kansas City April 14 and 15, Prof.
A. H. Blanchard delivered three ad-
4lress~s dealing the highiway transport
and the raiiroad, motor busses and
the street railway, and with highway
traffic planning for municipalities. In
discussing the first two subjects, Pro-
fessor Blanchard advocated coordinat-
ed service by all means of transporta-
tion. During the latter part of the
wveek, Professor Blanchard visited
the plant of the Hertz system in Chi-
cago which is 'a nation wide move-
ment for supplying automobile ser-
vices at a definite rate per mile.
Prof. G. G. Brown attended the fie
lay national convention of the Amer-
ican Chemical Society during the first
part of the spring recess. In addition
to representing the University on the
council of the society, he presented
a technical paper before one of the
resslons.
Dean George W. Patterson conferred
wvith Detroit city officials during the
recess as chairman of a committee on
lighting legislation of the Illuminating
Engineering society. Model articles
are now being prepared for automobile
lighting ordinance for Detroit.
Prof. A. E. White attended sessions
of the Michigan Canner's association
which was held at Lansing under the
auspices of the Michigan State col-
lege, April 13 and 14.
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men ec.ngaged in research work in all
li~ is or 01pure and app~liedl science.
Applic atons for the fellowships
s ould be made before May 15 to Dean
Eidward Ellcly, secretary of the so-
ciety, at Union college, Schenectady,
Inform~ation accompanying the ap-
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where the work is to be done, the
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titles of the articles and periodicals
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