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Y, FEBRUARY, 20, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BOSTON -IS AUTHOR OF1AITON TO TRANSL&TEi
ENG*1IEE ING BULLETIN RBsaOK PuFOR AMERICANemets'
ofMealFulig i Anoncd HIST OR'?COMMI1SSION;
By P~rof. Ne~ilso

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EXPLAINS INVESTIGATI ON

Pointinig towards a better under-!
standing of the lands, custonms andi
ideas of our southern neighbors, a

Completing months of research and{ plan is under consideration by various
investigation, the department of eu- historical societies and professors,;
gineering research has announced its- that, if carried through', will enlable
fifth and last bulletin of the 1926 tile; studlents in the United States to gain
a report on "The Elements of Metal3 a clearer understanding of the view-j
Cutting," by Prof. Arlan W. Boston,i points of the peoples of the Latin-
director of shops in the Colleges of American republics of Central and
Engineering and Architecture. The South America toward the historiesI
bulletin was published and distributed of their own countries.I
to the libraries and commercial coin- Prof. Arthur S. Aiton, of the his-I
panies all over the country, through tory department, is one of the 12 mnem-
the committee of research publications b ers of the Hispanic American His-
of which PProf. J. Raleigh Nelson is tory commission, to which is entrusted
the chairman and editor. the organization' of the affair.
The paper gives an account of thel The plan provides for a group of
fundamental elements of metal cut- translations of the most popular and
ting which was conducted in the ma-I widely used college history, either
chine tool laboratory of " the Univer- text or reference book, in each of the
city. The object of the investigation, 20 Latin American countries. Em-
according to Professor Boston, was to phasis in the selection of the books
determine a relation between the force for translation is given to the gen-
on the tool in: the direction of the cut # erality of their use in each of the j
for a constant cutting speed of 20f various countries, even in preference
feet per minute, afid the degrees of!I to historical accuracy, in ordler that,
tool sharpness, the various tool ang-' they may bring a knowledge of the
les, the width and depth of the cut, history of each country as it is being
and the physical proportions of thei taught to the students of that coun-
materials which were cut by the tool. try. The translated books will be
"The results;" said Professor Bos-I known as the Bolivarian Series of His-

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torical Studies.
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translation of one of the boobs, al-'
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tor of the series.
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