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WE1T)N7zTA7, T. FEBTtUATY 8, 1:12S

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SEVEN SUMMER TR/PS .
WILL BE UNDETAKNK> oftaiv
FORRESEARC rangd
HOBS TO CONWVT (REEMLAti1) R.ITha
EXPEI~TON ''0) SIUDY at Auctio
WIND) CONITIONS sis, ![wi
IRobert 1I
WILL COVER MANY FIELDS club wil
________low ingit
Petersont, BJtiven, Case. James, Hall, Presiden
An~d MIefirry MIR ls Io l ead ClydeL
Tarions Groups D. Wick{e
Expeditions in seven (iffereflit in ieowillhCba
fields of scientific endeavor are to -
be undertaken by members of the
faculty of the University during the
summer months.
Prof. William. H. Hobbs, head ofj
the keology department, 'will heeJ
the third University expedition to
Greenland, where he 'is conducting
a series of observations on meteoro- 10
logical conditions existing in Green-
land, particularly with reference to
wind conditions existing above the-
ice cape that covers the interior ofI.
Greenland.
Peters on To Egypt
Enoch 0. Peterson, field director of
the Neav East Research expedition
will carry on work through this 'year
with the exception of the hot sum-
mer months in the excavation of Ka-I
ranis in Fayouin on the edge o the
Lybian Desert in lower Egypt.
An expedition, the nature of whichj
is to be announced later, will be con-
diucted by the University museum un-
der the direction of Dr. Alexander G.
Ruthven, director of the museum.
Prof. E. C. Case, director of the A
geological museum here, is also necess
planning an expedition. The geogra- Univer
phy department announces that acquire
three separate field trips are beng tion.
made this year.
To Cross ContinentJ
Prof. Preston E. Case will conduct4
a field trip from Clerk university of
Worcester, Mass., on a transconti-
nental jaunt from Massachusetts to
California via Yellowstone Park and a' S~Q
back through Los Angeles and across
the country via the southern route
on the return trip.
Prof. K. C. McMurry of.the geogra-
phy department will aid in the Mich-
igan land economic survey work
again this year.
The annual University camp in
Kentucky will be conducted by Prof.
Robert B. Hall, assistant professor of
geography. Following the close ofj
the six weeks' camp period, Profes-
sor Hall will conduct a group of
students on a motor trip through the J
mountains to the East Coast. I
BISHOP RECEIVESI
HONORARY LIT T.D
An honorary degree of Doctor of
Literature was recently conferred
upon William Warner Bishop, Uni-
versity librarian, by Chancellor El-
mer Ellsworth Browvn of New York
university in the presence of thej
University Council, Senate, Faculty.1
and guests.
Dr. George Alexander, president ofI
the Council, presented Bishop to
Chancellor Brown, who said in mak-
ing the presentation, "If printing isE
the preserver of all arts, then a li-
brary is the preserver to the second
degree, and a librarian goes higher
by more degrees. than I shall enum-
erate. In his comprehensive activi-
ties he is a conservator of civiliza-
tion."
The only other Litt. D. degree ever
conferred by this University ivent to
Dr. Robert Underwood Johnson, for-
mer ambassador to Italy, in 1911.

STUDENT TO GIVE SPEECH
John Snodgrass, '28, senior mem-
ber of the Student council, will ad-
dress the President's dinner of Ypsi-
lanti Normal college to be held to-
morrow night at the Hotel Huron
in Ypsilanti, It was announced yes-
torday.
COLUMBUS. Olo-C er 22.000,000{
horses are living today, reacutly{
compiled statistics show.

9 WILL PLAY
4. C. AT BRIDGE:
tley Tappin, iI c.>cI (ci. i
Aluni Asso~ciat ion., hias r-
abridge m11181}('tI weer il.e
Athletic l( 1ub tea('8111 Iiho
the UiveityV club11o Aim 1
o be played nelixt 3asl ti .
Detroit teani 1is s 85 .011 s: Ii
Ards, chIlamioni o If thew ol.d
onl Bridge on am amt lee r 1h
-. Floyd. Th",1 nti versi I
11 be represiente~d lby Ithe fol-
teami, hich was I P'ked 1w
t Louis A. Strauiss: lProf.
ove, Prof. .J. C. Brier, Dr. A.
:t,t pand Harry lHawl1ey.
y ou oar )0 ds5will Ile playe~d
Iternoon andi eithler 12 or 24
played Saturday night.

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RgiNE BAUDRV
Drafting Engineer
i9cole Nationale
d'Arts et Metiers
d'Aix-en-Provence '19
J. H. ASHIBAIJGI
Design Engineer
Bliss '18
S. B.GRISCOM
Transmission
Engineer
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R. C. BERGVALL
Central Station
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U. of Michigan '21

He knew nothing could
prevent him from giving
to his son the best the
world had to offer.
--that life held no sor-
row, no tasks, no hard.

ships crushing enough to
break his spirit-
And so he carried on with
'"Kit's" words in his heart:
"Tell 'em, Daddy, you-'rr
Capt. Stephen Sorrell,

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Design Engineer
Carnegie Tech '23

The picture above shows workmen assembling one of the huge 6Conowingo
stators in the Westinghouse Works at East Pit'tsburghz. The men in the picture
will give an idea of the tremendous size of these generators.
YOUNGER COLEGE MEN
ON RECENT WESTINGHOUSE JOBS

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Where do young college men get in a large
industrial organization? Have they
opportunity to exercise creative talent?
Is individual work recognized?
T Conowingo, not far from
where the Susquehanna
River flows into Chesapeake
Bay, the Philadelphia Electric
Company is erecting a huge damn

Con owingo..
and power house. This hydro-
electric development, one of the
largest in the world, has an initial
capacity of 2 81,000 kv-a, in seven
units and an ultimate capacity of
440,000 ky-a. The generators,
due to their very low operating
speed of 8 1.8 r.p.m., are much
larger physically than anything
yet built, each machine being
approximately 37 feet in diameter

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Only an organization of the
size and resources of Westing-
house can undertake the building
of such a large machine. Westing-
house offers great attractions to
young men' of enterprise and
genius because it daily provides
facilities and opportunities which
smaller companies cannot offer.

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orouts screei productioni of
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