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WEDNE3SDA4Y, STARCH 30, 1927 w THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ AFT{J

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:.CHEMIST WILL SPEA
ON, WQRKOf BEAU
x- WW ablAn irn° Is Athor Of Several
hooka?, sn hysIlcs And Editor
S e', 0 .A, irnatioiul Work
I5 NAi .1AL EXPERT
E. W.'Wash irn, chief of thedem-
Itry .d_g~iq the United States
lbureau of'st , rds, will lecture upon
° the work to ' s department at 415
o'lck toorrow afternoon in the
Chemistry "aS, ttheater. The lecture
is being liedtder the auspices of
the Mchigan e tion of the American
Chemical ' ps9 tin and is one of the
seres that ja being given this year.
Mr. Ws r 'rnhas been actively as-
sociated wth he teaching of chemis-
try and physics for many years and
has held many cairmaships of In-
terniational committees in connection
with chemical research, particularly
that which is relevant to the bureau
o standards. From 1906 to 1916 he
was professor of physical chemistry
at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology, then taking the position of
professor of ceramic elements and head
,f the department of ceramics at the
r university of Illinois, which he held
until 1922. -At that time he became
editor of the International Critical
Tables, a position which he still
lds. In addition, Mr. Washburn
has written many books concerning
various fields in physics and chemis-
try-and is a member of the American
Physical society, American Chemical
society, National Research council,
Royal Society of Arts, and is a fel-
low in the American Academy of Arts
and rSciences..
The announcement has been made
by offiers of the Michigan section of
the society that the lecture will be
open to all persons who are interest-
ed in the orl . f the bureau of stnad-
ards.
Member Of Debating
7Team -i 'ubpoenaed
By Kansas Attorney1
(y Associated Press) -
MANHATTAN, Kansas, March 29-
Waltr G. Gage, county attorney of
Riley county, today issued a sub-
poena for Stanforcj, Clinton, member
of the debating team of Northwestern
university, who, in a debate here is al-
leged to have asserted that liquor
could be obtained in Manhattan in
"less than five minutes."
Gage said he would question Clin-
ton on hisources of information. The
subpoena. was s64to LaWence, Kan-
sas, wher e s Iorthestern univer-
ity team was to debate with Kansas
university tonight. In the debate here,
the Northwestern men argued that the
Volstead law should be repealed.
COMPETITION FOR
FELLOW +SIP WILL
BE HELD INV APRIL
Competition for the George G.
Booth Traveing 'fellowship in Archi-
tecture will be held from April 8 to
18, according to an announcement
from the college of architecture. Can-
didates living in Michigan will do their
work -at the" University, while for
those living outside the sate suitable
arrangements will be made to make
their drawings under the supervision
of architects by whom they are em-
ployed.
The competition is open to grad-
nates and near-gradutes of the col-
lege of architecture of the University
of Michigan who are un-married and
whose thirty-first birthday comes after
April 8, 1927. The income of the

scholarship is .$1,200, a substantial re-l
ward to the winner.l
Those intending to participate in
the competition; are requested to notify
the college of Architecture.
OREGON.-Failure to t take 'a regu-
lar examination for disobedience of
the university ' regulations8 will be
,punished here by One of five dollars.#

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variedy box. It is a veritable feast for Lla ady
hungry, with its twenty-two different 1ki~da of
delicious confections. The box is glorified with
a colorful Laster wrap or box band.
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