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May 19, 1927 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-05-19

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Gorge Washington c
e expedition to Gree:
y, which includes
the weather bureai
utrologist, C. R. Kal
Fred Hertz, photo
. Oscany.n Jr., radi
n Prof. W H. Hobi
Erlanson in Coper
y will leave for Ho
on the Danish stele
ner Disko.
this summer wi
k begun; last year i
determine a reliabl
r fore-casting of tl
storms by obtainin
logical data. In o:
complete record c
ns throughout thi
church of the Univer
'dfirector of the Al
and P. C. Osyanya
tor, will remain i
the coming winter t
cal observations, an
mapping survey o

:essor Hobbs Jefft in advance o
;ular party to complete arrange
with the Danish government ii
I'agen, and also to lecture befor
fic societies in London and Ber
fore making a final address ii
hagen on "The Greenland Exi
ms of the University of Mich!
io communication with the expo
at its base camp near the edg
inland ice cap will be main
by means of a radio statioi
has been established here by th
1 States Army Signal corps.
NES"OTA-Dr. Heniy Suzzalo
r president of the University c
ngton who 'resigned as the re
friction between the uniiversit
istration and the governor c
ngton ill deliver the chief ad
at University of Minnesota Corn
meit exercises.
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sity of Cincinnati has develope(
metal which ie hopes will lim
from radio all wet cells, an(
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University Museum
Personnel Expected
To Stay Unchanged
No changes in the personnel of
the University museum staff are an-
ticipated when the new museum is
completed, according to an unofficial
statement by Dr. Hinsdale of the de-
partment of archeology and ethnology.
The different divisions will continue
under their present heads, Dr. Dice
in zoology, Dr. Guthe in anthropology,
Dr. Bartlett in botany, Dr. Case in
paleontology, and Dr. Gaige in ento-
mology. Dr. Ruthven will be director
of the Museum.

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It is expected that the new building
will be ready by January 1, 1928.
Many valuable collections, now pri-
vately owned, have been promised to
the museum at its completion. These
gifts have been delayed till that time
because of the present inadequate fa-
cilities for their safe keeping. The
new building will be fire-proof and the
collection can be kept there without
any danger.
Drt Hinsdale stressed the fact that
while there will be. many interesting
exhibits in the museum it will not be
a show place but a workshop where
the directors can do research work
in their. various fields.
ORA ATORS TO HOLD
BANQUE T TUESDAY
Installation of new officers for the
Oratorical association and presenta-
tion of medals to all those students
who have won forensic contests this
year, and who have represented the
University on debating teams, will
take place at a banquet to be given
by the Oratorical association at 6:15
o'clock Tuesday, May 24, at the Union.
Professor R. D. T. Hollister of the
public speaking department will pre-
sent the medals and awards, and
short speeches will be given by sev-
eral members of the. staff of the de-
partment of public speaking. The
banquet . will be complimentary to
those students who have won honors
in - public speaking on the campus,
during the past year.
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Captaiji Charles Lindbergh in front of
his .monoplane, "The Spirit of St.
Louis," at Curtiss Field, Long islanId.
N. Y., en route to Paris
SENIORS TO SING
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Seniors of all schools and colleges
m the campus will hold their an-
iual Senior sing next Wednesday
ight, May 25, it was announced by
ie committee in charge yesterday.
le sing was originally planned for
ast Vednesday but was postponed
,e to the death of Dean Lloyd.

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