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April 29, 1928 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AfO GPD[S[NTS TALK Three Chemists Give CLUB WILL HEAR
TPALK B Y EDITORt
Papers At Gathering
rnnhrnr ____E.T.. Howson, western editor of thle
N ~ in~ T D N S Three papers by members of We; ,1Rtlway Age,jillfbe theprn
engneeingfacltyof he niersty palspekerat hemeeting of the
Chinese studlents in Americ anti were presented at the fifty-thir(e Transportation club nx Wednesday!
uropean11 universities was the general meeting of the American Electro- evening. Mr. Howson is a nationally
,pc of Paul C. Mleng,,, secretary or chemical society which is being held known speaker and an authority on
le Chlines-e Studenit Christian asso,,- this week end in Bridgeport, Coen. economic questions. He will speak
tion of .oriA America, in anl in-
llrmal talk to the members of At the "Trec1hical Session of Elec- on "Railroad Consolidation" when1
l.e Chlinwe S dent,, dl at none tro-deposition" held yesterday, o~ he addresses the local club, treating
ii la t night. Meng who h1as just; which Prof. E. M. Baker of the de- it more from an economic standpoint
turhedi to this country after a rip partnrLelto eiaegnerg than from a technlical one. He is lie-a
'ound~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 11 olhsmd nItn h nvriywscara,~ e ing brought to Ann Arbor espeeiallyI
ye study of the, Chines thesnivrsnttwasollowing I dnt:under, the auspices of the Transporta-
ru l1 is relaition to for i gn environt- olwn papers by memb~ers of the tion. club.
ent, andl drewa sharp) compav-son MichigĀ° rsne;an faceulty were peetd
ctween the I lro Ean ('hinece tudtcen "Photomi(orographic Study of IM C )AI/ Z

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and thiaeone studying in a university
of thlis coun11try.
M ONEY GRANTED
FOR GAS STUDIES!
AI'nl uncemel~i hasm8 been madle by II
the deprtme nit hf enoiginc~ering re-
s;earch of itly.grant of a sumof$1,
700 by the A merican CGas associlation
for continuaticn of the studies in
"use of gas in forging practice" which
hlave peen going forward in the re-
search dlepartmren, since last 'spring
unrkier thu. chrgeo Pior. W. }l.
.Tommny.

Rough or Nodulized Electro deposit-
ed Nickel," by Prof. E. M. Baker an(,
Prof. C. Unthegrove. Thlis paper dis-
cussed the causes and Suggested rem-
e!tdies for rough depos its in nickel-
plating which cause rejection Of piaz.-
work, and lowers the protective val-
ue of the plating.
"The Effec-t of Trivalent Chromium
and Ircn, on Chromic Acid Chromium
Playing Bathis" Was pres'ent~ed by R.
I{. Schuneidiewinsd, assistanat investxga4-
for in the depa{rtmnent of enigineering
research id S Urban andl R. C.
Adams1 , assi'staiits ini the depar tment
of engineering r esearch.

RESULT OFQUAKEi
(lay Associated Press)
VIETTNNA, April 27.-Only dust4,
debris, .and dlesolation remain in many'
cities and towns in the Balkan peniin-
sula, where formerly 'stood populace,!
flourishing communities.
Dispatches from the earthquakel
zone to the Associated Press Balkans
buea in Vienna today; tell' of recur-
ring uph eavals in Macedonia, Thrac-,
andl Greece, which have 'takent terribly
tolls in property, but fortunately the
loss of life thus far is mercifully
moderate.
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for all makes of
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And Oarigi ,l 'New York Cast
(Direct from iHarris Theatre Run, Cli iceio)

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li a new p~rog'ram of a hundred mysteries, from many lands, incblidI
lug. his latest sensation,. "The Vanishin~g Whippet Car amld Ten Pretty
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is tie oldest :irt In the worldand critics tihe country over agree tha~t
'I'ltiistonIt s, the greatest magical entertainer ajidk mystifier of tile age.
Th1e Show that was he hit on Broadway last summer.

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Long live its joy!
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