All newcomers are cordially invited to
1Margaret Yan DIureni, Scretary.
tAssignmnent for this week, Fairchild, Chapter 21).
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sday, April 20, at
Pe IE. Roabilus f
aturday, April 2",
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I The first excursion in Geology 2 for those signed up in the Wednesday
afternoon sections will be conducted today, April 20, at 1 o'cloc:k.
1. 1). Scott.
Off'icers in the Mle ical Reserve
corps, of the base hospital nuihlber Ill
located at the Ulnivecrsity hospital are;
attendin g a group school wlhich is be-
igheld for the p lurpose of giving
them instruction in certain non-med-
ical siubjietr of :which a k~nowledg~e is7
required in order to pass examina-
tions for promotion. The variou~s
c:o u rse s a re b e>fin g r ta u~ g h t . b y o ffic e rs in 'te R . T . u i a d r t e s p r
Vision of MaJor ~Melherg.t
I n Al
Flagship In Chinese Waters
for the Citizen's Mill-
camip at Camp Custer a
wns)xcagadall striving to put Micl
top Nvith its quota.
Michigan now has
than one-third of its
ome of Dr.
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The U. S. S. "Pittsburgh," flagship
of Admiral Clarence S. Williams,
commander-in-chief of the United
States Asiatic fleet and senior naval
officer in Chinese waters, lying atl
anchor in the Whangpo river, off
J SE AFFAIRS
ig sidelights on the Chin-
)n are given in a letter re-f
Prof. Fi. N. Menefee of the
college fromn C. Y. Koa,
ned at Tientsin it the time
it war in China is quite
to both Chinese and for-
o, reside in this coniy,"j
"I myself have been very
,rd from doirg profession-
I have to be contentmnost
to use my kuzowledge of
ad English languages to.
Kao continues,, rthe ccn-
'ace of the Natonalists,i
dares stand for the people,
the situatio~rnrcl idlaby
ne Kao was about to leave
thern Dotton of China, the
he conflict, to work with
odd, '08, of the China In-
Famine Relief ,;onmis-
Ike repairing work along
e river, a project estimat- i
Six representatives of the depart-
ment of physics will attend the meet-
ing of the American Physical society
which is 'being held at Washington I
in conunction with the meeting ofj
the National Academy of Science.
Both meetings: will be held during the
samry periodl, Friday and Saturday,
Apr'il 22, 23. Professors H. M. Ran-f
dall, E. F. Barker, 0. S. Duffendack,
C. F. Meyer and 0. L. Laporte and
Mrs. N. Galli Shohat will be the at-
tending members of the physics fac-
ulty of the university.
Papers to be presented at the' con-
vention of the society which have
been prepared at the University by
members of the physics department
are "On Refraction in Moving Media,"
MNrs. N. Galli Shohat; "Simulatenouks
Ionization and Excitation of the
Molecules on Collision with .Foreign
Ions," O0. S. .Duffendack and H. L.
Smith; "The Excitation of the Spec-
trum of 003" by G. WV, Fox, 0. S.
Duiffendack and E. F. Barker, "The
Infra-red Absorption Spectra of Acet-
ylene, lEthylene and Ethane," by C F.
~Meyer and Arron Levin, and "The
Infra-red Spectrum of Ammonia" pre-
pared by W. F. Colby and E. F. Bar-
ker. All these papers have been pre-
pared by the above memb~ers of the
department of physics and will be
given at the meeting by those mem-
bers of the 'department . that are at-
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