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MH-O CHI PLANS

City .,supply' Buying I

MICHIGAN QINN&R PLATES CARRIED:
TO LATVIA RY -AMERICAN MI'T'~F

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PHYSICISTS TO10 0EAS'E

1.NI iL r1.1 11 F _Ten members of the University
N E W MEMBERS, Joseph E. Mills, commissioner of Mihgan's recently created din-! with Maize and Blue as a result of! physics department will attend the
purchases and supplies for the city ner plates are now serving Uncle! sales of these dinner plates to !spring meetings of the Ameican
RhoChi naionl hnorry ra-of Detroit, yesterday told a large Sam as members of his diplomatic Michigan alumni scattered all over a oi
RhoChi naionl hnorry ra-audience in room 2203 Angell Hall corps in Euirope. They have just the globe. But now Latvia, one of, Physclciety on Thursday, Fi-:
ternity for students of pharmacy, js o iyby upis h been drafted. into the diplomatic Europe's newest nations, is repre-j day and Saturday of this week in
will initiate eight newly elected lecture was gien under the auspic-~sevice along with other properties sented in the Alumni association. Wahntn..C.ofcaso h
of the family of Frederick W. B. It is only since last year, when department announced yesterday.
heel athedUnntse v eing t eIe of the niveity, and wasintaroeman, '~ American minister; the Alumni association created the IThe Sessions will be held in the
heldat he nionthi evning itof the nivrsiy, adwa incto Latvia, whose headquarters are' new tradition, that this ware 'has 1 Bureau of Standards and the Na-
wa anone.etra bIfi-o olnc gegaut located at liga along the Baltic Sea been on sale. The first shipment of tional Academy of Science build-
asoftefaent.D.F0.ber of the ,depaitrnent. coast. 500 sets were sold almost imme -_________________
Taylor willes peak. n y D.Fl} Mills' wide~ experience as service. an
The fallowing students of the managenao the ,PcadMtrPateFhilhipines, England, diately and a second order has been
Thefolowig sudets f te mnagr o th ,Pckad Mtorcal'CuaSouth Ameia-all these placed with the English firm of
College of Pharmacy will be _miit- company and consulting engineer lands have already been tinged: Wedgewood
inted into membership: Joseph E. for the contract committee of Pti l ;A
Adams, '29?, Harry B. Benson, '29P, adelplhia was shown in the ava-;1 , <-s
MoondS'2rec, erg2Wio, 'ry0E.lash oeredtupondhigs udicde i 1"fl
Mpron'29S.GBrge nt'29 , 'arry howerancnhi s adire w hi fej~~ ~g !'
William E.. Clark, '30P, Oscar Robin- connection, with public oficals
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