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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, Z 4, 1926
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of Leed giajnd, will deliver the first ~~Cou
of two I es upon the "Conduction !SHU BE RT LAFAY ET'TE
of Electricity throigli Gases" in the Laaet-tShlySre
west lecture rboom() the old Physics: S NGO.H
building at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow. = 4r ? A O G O H
The secon~d lecture. will be given Sat- CF A E
urday, Nov. 6, at 10 o'clock.
Great developments in. this par-X
ticular field were made bySirJ. J.I TESSA KOSTA
Thomnpson, :kno*wn as the "father of Scenery by Josef Urban
the electron theory," through his re-
search at Cavendish laboratory of !CA SS THEATER I
Cambridge universit y. Sir Thompson 1Vet atWaTROd.IxooI
evo~v'k , electron theory of matter TH
C froi ; . studies, which made poMsiBlc- V!TH AGABOND I
th l't~'great advance in electrical, - PANAD Z. VAL5I I K N
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