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'IURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1929.
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&f TARIlFF ON BELLS' fETCRLO
CONGRESS MAY REDUCE
ON BELLS IMPORTED
NEW EXHIBITION OF INVERTEBRATE I Mathematical Club
PALEONTOLOGY NEARS COMPLETION' HaTwP
Preparations are already under terial designed to iJve a graphic - "j
way for placing into the main ex-' explanation of what a fossil is. Papers relating to research work
hibition room of the University Other cases will show the relation ; in mathematics were read at the
of fossils and living verteb~rates.j regular meeting of the Mathe-~
Museum the exhibits of inverte- There will also be exhibits to dem- matical club, Tuesday evening.
brate paleontology, which, with the onstrate the nature of sedimentary , Prof. Vincent C. Poor delivered a
exhibition of vertbrate paleontol- rocks, their formation, and the oc-|paper on "Note on Polygenic Func -
ogy, will comprise the entire dis- curance of fossils in them. tions," and Prof. E. W. Miller, on
plays in the main exhibition room. The invertebrate exhibit will also "A Problem in Analysis Situs." The
The invertebrate displays which contain material which illustrates latter dealt with work being done
are being prepared by Prof. G. M. variations of species. The plans of under the general direction of
Ehlers of the geology department the exhibits are expected to explain Prof. George Y. Rainich, of the
with the aid of Mr. John Galley, to the visitors facts of ontogony Mathematics department.
museum assistant, are being placed (development of individual forms
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exhibition room will be taken up race). The invertebrate exhibit
by these displays. will also show the development of
The first case will contain ma- faunas through geological time. Donuts
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Lower Tariff Will Mean Increase'
In:Number Of Bells Or
'Decrease In Cost
Because of recent developments
in the discussion of tariff questions
by the Ways and Means committee
of the House of Representatives
at Washington, it is quite possible
that the tariff on bells imported
into this country will, either be re-
mrioved entirely or lowered con-
sid'erably: This question is of
special significance to the Univer-
sity andto the alumni classes of~
'21 to '28 who are Aponsoring the
campaign for the purchase and in-
stallation of a carillon in the pro-
posed Burton Memorial Campanile.
Michigan's senator, Arthur Van-
denberg, in collaboration with Ly-
man Flook, '12E, superintendent of
Buildings and Grounds at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, is organizing a
movement to try to secure the ap-
proval of the new tariff sugges-
tions, especially concerning the
duty on bells, and his first move
will be made at a hearing on the
question during the meetings of
the Ways and Means committee on
Feb. 15, 18, and 19. He will appear
before the committee when the
question 'of bells is discussed on
Monday, Feb. 18.
If the tariff on bells is either
lowered or removed entirely, it will
affect the campaign for the caril-
lon of bells to be placed in the Bur-
ton Campanile. "It will provide
one of two possibilities," said T.
Hawley Tapping, field secretary of
the Alumni association yesterday.
"Either the committee may buy
more bells on the same amount of
money. and secure the finest caril-
lon in the country or they may buy
the originally conceived carillon of
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