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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIIIUIt14i)AY', L'ECEMI3PIII 2,

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'AUSTRIAN ARRIVES! Scudents And Faculty Members Write JPROD
ON~~~~~ REUR Atcles For Initial Technic Issuie CSS
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,0i ''' '~ *'''- "' al ro theitst'",~ (tleVelopnent Albert P,. Stoll, Paul Proud, genera',amn ()l' o
:' nmie f he--iiii I Tech- 'Tgives a wore. pictu~re of'the air- Ilim ooyer oluy~x i r
s .x~aa ..z.,' (hr,o1 pu blieoin. ip Los Angeles duringoradofPu its stay at addr~essedl the class in e:.., . 'I
I: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~f. r'a(UPO1,apd'l: l ~ l~etr'oit. A discussion of household agenient of the School of ti:'a
stn l 'Fa-laych c 'trigeration by gas, electricity, and ministration yesterday.
heentire field of refrigeration is the Mr. Proud discussed s( ;erai ljra..
0. .;~. va adar os \lh.1.anhioc of1 Prof. Hugh E. Keeler. tical problems conerii'g 51 tao mo
Vi o'; znlaa T ," 's 01' sruw.'aL eii -

a efenlartic uiarily-the pol 'by pursu- COODGpFA OR
,s wa tor ' regardingx the meeting1
0 l( t" ;o pi~s a well as the l''CLEARILNG''OF, i'
F'oi ueI iebusiness meal (>?'A'-oited 1Prc,
* tr iie~wiftreat of cases ]fSeeINGON, . I Ato
tlE t;~i.CC1 ~C1 wththe management of B*i r a innsi,"Pe;i tCoo-
2":'.'~(''easp~art of the class-ieupodtera&fninhsiw
'<.. iltO >~ in the class are as- tanti lat,1ion is required to ( oat rof
radc 'o- ovindividual study, and t h resen t ionfu -.d 1state o hb'oad-
.c"~ vest testore methrods. casting.

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Inaugural ceremonies for Lo :i5 1:.'ca. .oc a; ':nti saiai
Hopkins, seventh president of E;b1h :aai ia Iet h ,.al nature. In tis 15-
collee, wich wll h heldP~riaytait u ri a l os by il( iibcr5 of i e
collgewhih wll b hed i " mb - G 'uly,4:.lol i ;and a 'epviI from
Crawfordsville, Indiana, will _ud two.ta ''Vthh
brothers who -are college presidentii a ~ an Entnrne Knock?'",
inprominent roles. D,. Ernest Id
onill ustra ted articlea by George
Hopkins, brother of Prsit lohnPrw'nClore1.~aki1,101
of Wabash, is president, of Dar tmouth of the department o fcemi tncai eng1
college in New Hampshire, and } i rni g, gives a" com plet~e survey o
deliver the principal address at t he"nckini tcg.lin ug o t
iniaugUral. Tfhe brot hers wore 1momn- _______________-----_
bers of the class of 19066 at Dartmnouth1. :} 'zI
Prominent educators from all 1)art.;F;A
of the country will attend tile core- A
monies,'and pr iccally every college Today and Friday
president in Indiaawill be gurests(IA OE
Crawfordsville. TDr. William CHAS. JONE
of Indiana uui ersity, James. B" (loud- -
rich of the Board of Trusteesr-;o!'W
bash, and Judge Albert 13. .Ander son Dr. Adolf Loreniz"LZBNS
of Chicago are' prominent pl)a hei' "Blfoodless surgeon" of Vienna, is"IA1BN "
on the inaugural pro2'ra,u-whichill shown arriving in America on another-
be concluded Saturday ere_ ingwit:. visit. He hopes to remain tuntil April,;
a reception for PresMidet ,Hopkins andl 1127, s0 as to celebrate his sevenity- i 'alc : Not at Weeli.
Mrs. Hopkins in the Ma (onic t emphc, fourth birthday in New York, April 21.j
tendered by the trustees of the college
and their wives. Patroniize Daly Advertisers. RAE____________________

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