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-SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1929

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PROFESSOR JENNINGS
TO TALK ON EUGENIC
IN SI A XI LETURI
GUTHE ANNOUNCES LECTURI
ON FUTURE OF SCIENCE
FOR NEXT MONDAY
IS NOW AT JOHNS HOPKINS
Authority On Genetics Was Once
Member Of Faculty Here; Is
Michigan Alumnus
H. S. Jennings, who is Henry
Walters professor' of zoology and
director of the biological laboratory
at Johns.Hopkins University, will
address the Michigan chapter of
the society of Sigma Xi at 4:15
o'clock Monday afternoon in Natu-
ral Science' auditorium, according
to the announcement of Prof. Carl
E. Guthe, associate director of the
museum of anthropology and sec-
retary of Sigma-Xi.
The topic will be "What Can We
Expect from Eugenics?"
Professor Jennings, who received
the degree of B. S. at Michigan in
1893 and was assistant professor ofj
zoology in this University from
1900 to 1903, is best known as a
genetist and a specialist in research
on the physiology of microoganisms.
President Clarence Cook Little
made tWlis comment in an interview
yesterday: "Dr. Jennings is an ex-
cellent speaker-I have heard him ai
number of times. In the field of
eugenics and biology he is known
as one of the greatest authorities,
his leaning being toward the con-
servative school as far as eugenics
is concerned. His most popular
book is "Prometheus", dealing with
biology and the advancement of
man. Professor Jennings is some-
what of a philosopher and will
prove very stimulating not only to
students of biology, but to those
interested in sociology, psychology,
medicine, and kindred subjects. His
research specialty has been proto-
zoa."
A freshman at the Universtiy of
South Dakota has a three, pas-
senger biplane which enables him'
to go 70 miles to his home every
week-end and still be on time for
his 8 o'clock Monday morning. I

New Yorker May Get Detroit Company Mak
Position At Madrid For Student-Em
CA TED N W OMINl Consistent with the arrangements
which have been made between the
College of Engineering of the Uni-
After having been located on the versity and the Detroit City Gas
shores of Lake Douglas in Northern company on March 30, the follow-
Michigan for a period of 20 years, ing outline of employment program
Camp Davis f schedules has been made public
ot. ; through the courtesy of Arthur W.
Geology and Surveying for sum- Stace, director of the Michigan
mer sessions will be moved to Public Utilities Information bureau,
Wyoming this spring. in a recent interview. In general
The new location of the camp is the activities of the student-employe
.in a part of the United States course in actual pratice in the gas
noted for its scenic beauties, Yel- industry is coordinated with the
lowstone Park, and Teton National routine of the several major de-
Park. Placed on the bank of the partments in the Detroit City Gas
Hoback River, which runs through company.
the Jackson Hole Country valley, According to the program for the
the camp is excellently situated for first three years, the student em-
field work and surveying. It offers ploye will be enrolled in the College
the engineering students an oppor- of Engineering throughout the reg-
tunity to travel and obtain broader ular school year alternating during;
conceptions of the responsibilities the summer months with work pe-
Albert Ottinger and duties of their profession. riods of eight and twelve weeks.'
Formerly the Attorney General of The same type of buildings used The last two years of the course will
New York State, Ottinger is in line at Camp Davis on Douglas Lake alternate two semester's study at
for appointment as ambassador 'to will be erected, including the mess ! the University with seven months
Spain, according to reports from building, shop, instrument room, of work the third year having an
Washington. In November, Ottin- and shed for housing motor equip- additional period of study during
ger was the opponent of Franklin ment. At present sleeping quar- the summer session with the last
D. Roosevelt in the election for ters for 24 students will be com- I part of the course devoting the en-1
Governor of New York, but was de- pleted, and more will be added as tire year to class room study.
feated by a narrow margin. The the enrollment warrants. A modern Employment during the first pe-
New York lawyer has had no dip- sanitary system and indoor swim- riod of work will include working
lomatic experience, but is a power- ming pool will be installed in the, on routine tests incidental to plant
ful Republican leader in New York near future. controls, temperature and, pressure1

es Arrangements
iployee Plan Next Year
surveys, gas analyses, and the
sampling and analyses of coal; coke
and oil. For three weeks the stu-
dent is to be employed in the water
gas plant as the student operator,
while such time as remains he will
be used in connection with the stor-
age holder manipulation and the
distribution of the gases to the de-
livery system.
For the second work period the
student will be used during the fall
in the production department as a
water gas maker and later on with
varying periods in the coal gas
plant, and boiler house, finally
spending the last month, January,
in the accounting department for
the compilation of statistical data.
For the third and final work pe-
riod the student, it is planned, will
spend the seven and a half months
working in the distribution layout
department gathering pressure sur-
vey data, and in handling contacts
incidental to work on consumers'
premises, as helper to an experi-
enced fitter.
In concluding the agreement the
Detroit City Gas company expressed
the hope that "the student will
have applied himself in'sucn a way
that the company can consider his
employment again upon the com-
pletion of his final year's work at
the University."

LAST CHANCE TO SEE
by
CLEMENCE DANE
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ArmyHeads To View
R.O. T.C. Here Shortly
i On May 23 and 24, Colonel Otis
R. Cole, commanding officer :at,
Fort Wayne, and Major W. I. Rasor,
on duty at the Sixth Corps Area
headquarters, will inspect the
Michigan R. O. T. C. ordinance
unit. Colonel Cole will review in-'
fantry- and Major Rasor will in-
spect the signal corps.
The inspection will be divided
into three parts. One will include
class inspection in which questions
will be asked to determine the pro-
ficiency of -the instruction. A sec-
ond part will be an appraisal of
physical facilities and properties
such as drill space, rifle range, etc.
The third part is to consist of a
drill of the infantry companies;
this event will take place at the
Yost Field house.
The final rating of the unit for
the year will be based on the
results of this inspection.

Freshmen women at the Uni-
versity of Hawaii are required to
wear the fdllowing costume for
four consecutive days; curled paper
in the hair, a grass skirt that
sweeps the ground, goggles, cotton
stockings, men's shoes, handker-
chief pinned to their shoulders,
and also to carry strings of jelly,
beans for the upperclassman.
SBilly Wallace, hard hitting Cleve-
land 1ightweighV, tackles Louis
(Kid) Kaplan in a ten round go at
Madison Square garden Friday;
night. Wallace is one of the con-
tenders for the -title held by Sam-
my Mandell, and should repeat his
victory of several years ago againstI
Kaplan.
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