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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)

Volume S

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1792

Number 7.

Research Fellowiship ht Real Estate:
There are still available two of' the $500 Research fellowsiip s in Real
Estate offered by the School og Busines Administration for the current year.
These awarqls are open to graduate students in any departinent of the Uni-
versity. Students to whom the fellowships are awarded will be expected to
devote a considerable part of their time to research under the direction of
Ernest M. Fisher, Associate Professor of Real Estate. Thim0:e interested should
communicate at once with the School of Business Administration.
t. E. Griffin, Acting Dean.
University Scholarships t
Students of the Literary College who desire to become applicants for a
University Scholarship (value $200.00) should apply at once to the Dean's
Secretary, Room 1210 A. 'I., for an application blank, to be filled out and
returned not lat,:r than October 8.
H. P. Tihieme, Chairman, Scholarship Committee.

Athena Literary Society:
The first regular meeting of Athena will be held tonight at 7:30 in the
Athena rooms All members please be present.
Pauline Zoller, Pres.
Hindustan Students Club:
There will be a meeting of the club at Lane Hall from 7:00 p. m. to 7:45
p. m. on Tuesday, September 27. The meeting is important and all members
are requested to be present.
C. G. Kulkarni, Hindustan Students Club.
TWO SECTIONS OF RARE MAP ARE
DISCOVERED IN CLEMENTS LIBRARY
Probably the rarest of the important which resembled the printed Romans
maps of America in the eighteenth map. Calling Professor Phillips of the
century is the Bernard Romans map history Department into consultation,
of Florida. Although the most detailed itowasDepadento onsutation
and valuable map of its time, but one'it was decided that here at Michigan
copy is known to survive, and that is was the original manuscript of the
in the Library of Congress at Wash- East Florida section of the famous
ington. When the maps of Sir Henry Roman map-a document beyond price
Clintin's papers at the W. L. Clem- and lost to the world ,for a century
ents library here, were opened, two and a half.
sections of this printed map were Communications with the Library of
found, but only two of about six. Congress and the Florida historians
Last summer while examining thc have established the authenticity of the
manuscript maps in the same collec- document beyond doubt, and the carto-
tion the custodian of the library came graphical world has been much stirred
across a manuscript map of Florida up by the news of this discovery.

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Physics Colloqulnir: -
Dr. Henry Miller of the Nela Research Laboratory will speak on the sub-
ject, "The Structure of Glass and Its Mechanical, Electrical and Optical Prop-
erties," Tuesday at 4:15, in Room 1035, East Physics Building. All interested
are cordially invited.
W. F. Colby.

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Education COO:
I will not be able to meet my 9 o'clock class today.

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W. G. Bergman.

1Natheniatics 203:
Theory of Functions of a Real Variable-Class will meet TuThS, at 11,
in 202 Mason Hall.
R. L. Wilder.

Xathematies 145; Elements of Celestial Mechanics:
This class will meet on Tuesday, September 27,;
West Engineering Building, to arrange hours.
Mathemiatics 245; Advanced Celestial Mechanics:
This class will meet on Tuesday, September 27, at 5
Engineering Building, to arrange hours.

at 9 a. m. in Room 229,
Louis A. Hopkins.
p. m. in Room 263, West

Louis A. Hopkins.
Department of Rhetoric and Journalism:j
The staff of the Department of Rhetoric and Journalism will meet for
dinner at the Huron Hills Golf Club house, Thursday, September 29, at 6
o'clock.
T. E. Rankin.

French Conversation:
Any girl interested in meeting Mlle. Lucette Moulin at luncheon
French conversatioi is asked to see me at her earliest convenience.
Alice C. Lloyd, Chairman, Advisers of Women.

for

Education 1101:
Education D101 will meet hereafter at 3 o'clock on Mondays and Wednes-
days instead of at 0J o'clock on those days, as formerly.
Francis D. Curtis.
French 1:
MI French 1 class at 8:00 and 10:00 will not meet today. Study lessons
5 and 6 for Wednesday. Write sections B and C in 5 and E in 6.
H. Ho otkins.
French 31:
My French 31 class at 9:00 will not meet today. Finish "Mon Oncle Jules"
for Wednesday.
H. Iiootkins.
Hygiene j11, Seminar:!
Hygiene 211 will be held in Room 20, Waterman Gymnasium, Tuesday,,
September 27, at 7:30 p. m.
John Suns dall, X. 1., Director.

rary Science 202 (National and Regional Wbliography):
Library Science 202 (National and Regional Bibliography)
)0 Wednesday, Septeniber 28, instead -of 3:00 Tuesday.
II.IT.

SSAVANT FINDS FIELDS
~Of SNOW__IN AFRICA
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Sept. 26.-From scien-
tific expeditions that have passed the
summer exploring odd places on the
globe comes information that the map
of North America must be revised, and
that huge snow fields exist within 50
miles of the equator.
"The entire map of North America
has been ┬░changed and a new range of
mountains discovered," said a radio
message to the Associated Press from
Donald A. Cadzow, 'ethnologist, with
the Putnam Baffin Island expedition,
now off the coast of Labrador. The
message came via Station 8 DNE at
Auburn, N. Y.
The message also told of finding of
ancient houses on Baffin Island of a
hitherto unkonwn people who appar-
ently antedated the present Eskimo
there, and of the discovery of indica-
tions that the island was once a part
of the coast of Labrador.
The news of equatorial snow came
from Dr. James P. Chapin, associate
curator of birds of the American Mus-
eun of Natural History, who, with
Dewitt L. Sage, returned from Cen-
tral Africa.
They brought 2,500 specimens of
birds and small animals, and told of
ice fields at an altitude of 15,400 feet
on the Ruwenzori mountain range,
which the native bearers refused to
approach because of the fear that
snow would kill them.
MINING PROFESSOR
INVENTS PROCESS
(By Associated Press)
IIOUGIITON Sept. 26.-Announce-
mient of the development of a new
metallurgical process, in which the
separation of minerals and metals
from gangue or waste, on the basis of
the color values of the minerals se-
lected, is made possible, has been
given by the department of research
of the Michigan College of Mining a)l
Technology. The process is the inven-
tion of Prof. A. T. Sweet of the metal.
lurgical staff.
Experiments on the copper concen-
trates, of the Lake Superior district
containing silver in small crystals,
have given satisfying results in the
saving of the metal, experimenters
claim. The metal now is almost a total
loss to the mines, since it is allowed to
go into the copper and is sold as cop-
per at the current price. The loss in
this district approximates a quarter
cf a million dollars annually, accord-
ing to estimates.
The new machine used consists of a
traveling belt, which passes under a
series of light sensitive cells. These
cells actuate a relay system which in
turn removes any particle whose color
tone or light reflecting value is of the
particular amount for which the relay
Is set. The cost of operation of the
system is very low the college re-
search department announces.
An important advantage of the pro-
cess is that the valuable concentrates
are constantly under cover and no op-
portunity is available for theft of the
slightest amount. Water is not nee-
. essary in the concentration, as the
new process functions entirely on the
color or light reflecting value of the
mineral.
W. . Coffee Takes
Advanced Work
W. L. Coffee, deputy superintendent
of public schools at Lansing, has left
Lansing to take up some advanced
work here for further degrees. Mr.
Coffee is also teaching several courses

in the School of Education.
VERWIEBE LEAVES
GEOLOGY FACULT Y
The loss of Walter A. VerWiebe and
the seuring of two men to take
charge of his work comprise the only
changes in the faculty of the geology

will meet at

G jejlieSS

Goegeblic Range Club:
Meeting of the Cogebic Range Club Friday, Sept. 30, at 8:00 p. in. in room
306 Union.
C. L. Anderson, Pres. I
Eeonoiti Club:
E-:eets Thursday, September 29, at 7:45 p. m. in Room 302 Michigan Union.
Prof. Frank H. -Knight of the University of Chicago (formerly of University of
Iowa) will be the speaker. All members of the staff and graduate students
in Economics and Business Administration are invited.
Z. C. Dickinson.
U1niversity Symphony'Orchestra:
Tryouts will be held at the University School of Music, Maynard street,
on Tuesday and Wednesday evening between 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. Candidates
should bring some music with which they are familiar. Freshmen in good
standing are eligible.
Samuel P. Lockwood.
Adelphi ltous2 o Prpreentatives
The first open session will be held this evening in the societies' rooms on
the fcurth floor of Angell Hall starting promply at 7:30. The question for
d scus',ion is: Resolved, That fraternities are detrimental to freshmen, and
wil be debated by the Varsty debaters of the Hlouse. Visitors, particularly
frtshmen, are ur-'ed to attend. Applications tor admission to Adelphi can be
fled at the close of the open session by freshmen as well as upperclassmen.
Robert J. Gessner, Speaker.
%jile's Freshtm n 0rehIeslraIt Tryouts:
Freshmen, in good standing, may fry out for the Mime's Freshman Orches-
tra, Tuesday from 4 1 11 9 p. m. in the Mihigan Union. Room numbers where
tryouts will be he'd will be posted in the main lobby.
Roy*S. Langham, Conductor,
Additioml Tryouts For lhie 'Varsity Band:
More cornet, trombone, baritone, saxophone, alto, clarinet, and bass
players are needed in the 'Varsity Baud. Report for tryouts at the Band Hall
on State street at, 4:00 p. n. today and tomorrow (Tuesday and Wednesday,'
Sept. 27 aitd 2S).
Nicholas Faleone, Director.
Va~rsity GWee Club:
Tryouts will be held today in Room 206 School of Music from 4 to 5, and in
Room 308 Michigan Union from 7 to 8. All old members must try out again.
Franiklyn D. Burger, Manager.
Choral Union:
Choral Uniop tryouts will take place Tuesday, September 27, from 4:00
to 5:30; Wednesta-y, September 28, from 2:30 to 5:30, and Thursday, Septem-
ber 29, from 4:00 to 5:30, in room 223 of the School of Music. Formermem-
bers must fill out applications at the School of Music.
Signed: Earl V. Moore.

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