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4, 1927.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IIESON'TONorPArENAMED MMBER Pamphlet Of Radio
'RESIGATIONOF BAN K BOARD Speeches Requestedf
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Has Been
For

tlatlieniatics ITeacher herej
37 Years; Professodr
Since 1907

IS PROFESSOR EMEaRITUS

The resignation of Dr. Joseph IL.
Markley as professor of mathematics
was accepted by the Board of Regents
at its meeting, Sept. 30, and he was
made Professor Emeritus. Doctor
Markley came to Ann Arbor as instruc-
tor in 1890. ,He had received degrees
t ~of A. B. and A. M. from Hlaverfordj
college and of A; M. and Ph.D). from
H-arvard, and he had taught a year at
Harvard. For 37 years he has been a
member, of the faculty of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, since 1907 as pro-
fessor. Two periods of study abroad
are included in this time, from 1895t
to 1897 anid from 1910 to 1911.
The early work in mathematics was
a matter of keen interest to Mr. Mark-
ley, as well as the more advanced
work, and he, always included a sec-
tion of freshmen among his courses.
His advanced work was particularly in
the field of the theory of functions.
HIe always carried his share of the ad-
ministrat~ve burden~s that fall to niem-
hers of. the -faculty, serving on many
important committees. For many
years he was .a member of the. admin-
istrative board, and for a considerable
period was chairman of the Commit-
tee on Elections. From 1913-1922 he
served as secretary of the University.
Senate. After the' death of Professor
Beaman' he was chairman of the de-
partment of mathematics, resigning
from this position a little more than
a year jgo.
Doctor Markl ey is a member of
several national' societies. In 1891 hie
*1became a member of the old New York
Mathematical society, which was re-
organized in 1894 as the American
Mathematical society. He took an
active part in the organization of
Michigan chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
He is also a{, member of the Mathema-
tical Association of America and off
the American Association of 'Univer-
sity professors.f
DAVIS GE'T S COP y
OF HIS NEW BOOK
Professor Calvin 0. Davis, of the
School of Education, received the first
* copies of his latest book In educa-
tion; "Our &volving High School Cur-
riculum," late last week.
The new book is intended for those
'who work in the,. field of secondary
educatiox', incLkuding junior high
school and junior college. The volume
is dividedh iour- parts, each discuss-
ing- a particular phase of secondary
education. The first deals with the
aims and objectives of such, schools;
the second part discusses the plans
that are used in many schools £fo'
evolving the right curriculum; to
what degree the educational values of
a school detcrmjne' the 'correct currt-
culum, is the subject, of the third
part; and the fourth deals with admin-
istrative aspects.
Another well-known and widlly-
used book by the same author, "Jun-
ior Hnigh School Education," was
brought out sometime ago.

first requepst for a copy of the pamah-
let containing the speeches to be
given over the radio during the 1927-E
2S season, was received by Announcer
Waldo M. Abbot, of the etri~'c (1e-
partment, through station WWJ, the
TDetroit News, yesterday.
The comnnication requested that a
copy of the panr~hllet be maLiled1 to
Mant on M. Marble, Chariton-Strase
B~erlin, Germany. University r'ecords5
showV that Marble received his A.B. de-
gree here in '79.
Last year pamphlets containing the
radio speeches on the 1926-27 pro-
gramn were mailed to distant poinlts,
including Australia, Newfoundland,
and all parts of Canada.
HAROLD LARSEN
MADE ASSISTANT

N~oted ]Doctor Ladids
0 Medical Profession
Ass \'ociated Press)
DE1TROIT. Mich., Oct. 3.-Safe-
guarding the health of the American
people0 requires closer, more intelli-
gent. and sympathetic co-operation
betwoee [be me(dical profession and
the generalI public. in *the opinion of
D~r. Franklin If . Martin, of Chicago,
direct or-general of the American Col-
lege of Surgeons, who is at the Book-
Cahdila hotel110 c making final prepara-
tions for the five-day annual clinical

congress of the college in Detroit, be-
ginning today.
"The suspicion that the medical
profession may be attempting to ad-
vertise its services whenever a pubp-
lie appeal is made by the professinon
is a result of the unfortunate ad-I
vertising activities of quacks,'4 Dr.I
Martin said.3
".Fortunately for the College ofT Sur-
geons, we are able to draw on the
most eminent surgical talent in the
country for the great public mass
meeting next Thursday evening in1
the auditorium of the Majestic Tem-f

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