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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

ENGINEERS PLAN
ULIfll UT TRIP TO TOLEDO
C O PITT E Members of the Transportation
club are sponsoring an engineer-

OHIO STATE PROFESSOR
TO SPEAK HERE WEDNESDAY
A University lecture given under
the auspices of the American
Chemical Society will be delivered
at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday, Nov. 14,
by Edward Mack, Jr., professor of
Physical chemistry at Ohio State
university since 1925.

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Committees for the sophomore
class of the literary college were
announced late yesterday afternoon
by J. Palmer Crawford, president
of the class.
Walter Yeagley will head the
sophomore prom committee; Wil-
liam Garrison, advisory; 'George
Kloess, social; R. William Acker-
man, publicity; Henry W. Schmiat,
athletic; Donald C. Cook, financial;
and Kenneth MacLennon, auditing.]1
Members of the various commit-
tees are:

ing inspection trip to Toledo, Ohio,
to be taken tomorrow. All stu-
dents interested are invited to
make the trip, which will leave the
Engineering Arch at 8 o'clock in the
morning and return to Ann Arbor
at 8 o'clock at night.
Fare for the trip has been set
at $2.80. A private car will be
available for the trip, it was an-
nounced yesterday by officials of
the Transportation clu
Various points of intekst will be
visited, including a railroad icing

Sophomore prom, Walter Yeagley, plant, a freight car repair yards,
Bruce Palmer, Alfred G. Drew, Er- a classification yard, an engine
nestine Wagner, Clay Olmstead, terminal, and a coaling station.
Hattie Kreye, Leon Lyle, Stanley;
Levison, Edward Eliezer, David C.
Finley, Marion Finch, Everett 'JAr
Phelps, Joseph A. Roper, Victor - ~
Kirchner, Robert D. Gordon, Sal-
lie Buckley, and Lawrence Hobart.
Advisory, William Garrison, Brucej-
Palmer, Bernard Larson, Harold Se-
der, Laurence E. Hartwig, and a wxea.WA KE
Charles Cory.
Social, George Kloess, Marie Ed-
dington, Alice Estabrook, Robert J.
Frieman, Richard J. Livingston, c
Gordon Dalby, Marion M. Hubbard,
Katherine Wilcox, George C. Hay-
ward, and Mildred Frandsen. Wr ri t a
Publicity, R. William Ackerman,
William A. Felows, Leonard J. Wein- I o
er, Lisbon H. Schmeiske, Donald A. LV
Wiltse, and Charles T. Clark.
Athletic, Henry W. Schmiat, Sam- be
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Financial, Donald C. Cook, Ben-,
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