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*WENESAYDECEMBER 15, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

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REGISTRAR IS AUTHOR
OF MAGAZINE ARTICLE

MEMBERS BOW" ,IN PAE SCNRS

Describes Recent Attitude OF North

Junior High Schools
DAVIS WRITES HISTORY
Ira M. Smith, registrar of the Uni-
versity, is the author of an article in
the current number of "The North
Central Association Quarterly" which
describes the action the North Centralf
Association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools has taken in regard to Junior
high schools.
The Quarterly, which is the official
publication of the North Central as-I
sociation contains, in addition to all
the proceeding of the annual meeting,
materl related to the work of the
association. One of the features in
the last issue of the publication is a
detailed discussion of the measure-
ment and equalization of the teaching
load} among high school teachers.
Prof. C. 0. Davis of the School of
Education, who is managing editor
of the Quarterly, has contributed sevr
eral articles to the current issue, in-
cluding a history of the organization
of the North Central association which
is traced from an organization known
in 1895 as the Michigan Schoolmaster'sJ
club.

ON NEWBUILDING.CRSMS PCAK
.{\Work on the neCw a1hitectUr .\l. aur
building has been steadily ) rs-B ACK FO ES-C OCS"
i ng rd it is exp~ected that the 'te
framework of the entire building will S ' ivrSto i eir n at
be erected before the beginning of the Ste1lng ivrSt fSxPper n at
next year, according to :Prof. Emil $-0
} ! Loreh, dean of the College of Archi-
i i Ltecture. The framework of the east ;
f i tie~ing of the structure is already flih- ?-
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Chaplain Montgomery at prayer in the I-otw e J 1ieprescntatives, Washington, as the final ses; ion of'
the sixty-ninth Congress begins.

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CHEMIST SPEAKS
TO ORGANVIZATION
Dr. Malcolmn H. Soule, of the depart-
ment of bacteriology -of the University,
addressed the Michigan section of the
American Chemical society upon the
subject of "The Determination of Gas
Changes Produced( by Microor gani-1
isms" yesterday, at 4:15 o'clock, in
c room 303' of the Chemistry building.
Dr. Soule's lecture was followed by
S, the annuhl business meeting of theJ
society.

Chnas
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'Today, December 15 J
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