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T S X,

THIR MICHICAN DAILY

PAGE T TES

THURSDAY. DEGEMBER i~ 1~2~ TI4P MTCHT(~ANI flATlY PAGE Trm~TS

WINTER CONDUGTS
3{
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W ITH EXPEDITW
Head of Latin Department Sails
From Italy to Egypt to Join
Peterson Group.
SANDERS WILL RETURN
Former Department Head Will
Come Here for Summer;
Noted as Author.
Receiving the first word in weeks
from two of the department of La-
tin professors, Prof. H. A. Sanders
and Prof. John G. Winter, who
are now abroad conducting lectur-
es apd research supervision for the
School of Classical studies in the
American Academy at Rome, Prof.
J. E. Dunlap yesterday announced
the return of Professor Sanders for
the summer school session, and the
sailing of Professor Winter from
Italy to Join the E. E. Peterson
archeological expedition in Egypt.
Professor Sanders, according to
information received by Professora
Dunlap in a personal letter, is re-
turning to the campus from Rome,
and will conduct courses in the de-
partment of Latin during the com-
ing summer session. Since he is at
present director of the School of
Classical Studies in the Academy,
his duties there will necessitate a
return to Rome immediately after
the close of summer school.
Before granted leave of absence
by the University so that he could
assume his foreign post, Profesor
Sanders was head of the Latin de-
partment. He is known interna-
tionally for his translation work
on ,the Freer manuscripts of the
gospel, and is a well-known con-
tributor to philological journals,
according to Professor Dunlap.
Among Professor Sanders' mot re-
cent publications are "Minor Pro-
phets in the Freer Collection," and
"The Berlin fragment of Genesis,"
both published in the Michigan
humanistic series.
Now on leave of absence from the
Latin department to deliver a ser-
ies of lectures before the American
Academy at R me, Professor Win-
ter, head of e Latin department,
plans to sail the early part of this
month for Egypt, where he will vis-
it the camp of the University party
of excavators in the Fiume district
at Karanis'. his trip, as part of
his official work, is subsidized by
his fellowship from the Thomas
Spencer Jerome Foundation. While
at the camp, Professor Winter will
take no active part in supervising
the diggings, but will only obtain
data for use at the academy. On
obtaining the data, his information
to Professor Dunlap indicates that
he will return to Rome in the early
part of next year to complete the
scheduled series of lectures.
Education Professors I
Will Attend Meetings
Professors C. . Davis and S. C.
Courtis, both of the Educational
School, are to attend meetings dur-
ing the Christmas recess in out of
town conventions.
Professor Davis is to speak at a
meeting of the Ohio State Teach-
ers Associations at Columbus on
Dec. 27.
Professor Courtis is leaving for.
Des Moines, Iowa, where he is to1
attend two sections of the national
meeting of the American Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Sci-
ence. The subjects to be taken up
at the sections of the meeting that

Professor Courtis will attend are:
"The Measurement of Complexity,"
and "The Measurement of
Growth."
Anyone who knows that a neigh-
bor, relative or friend possesses li- 1
quor and does not report it to of-.
ficers of the United States is a
felon, according to the recent rul-
ing of an Illinois judge. That song
should be changed to read, "We are
jolly good felons."

IPiez Named to Head MEMBER OF BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY Polish Professor NO WORD RECEIVED FROM ENGLISH
Ng URGESUSE OF MICROSPECTROSCOPEs AIRMEN; SPANISHFLYERS PROCEED
11 New Shipping Firm ____________ oPeetPper
WASHINGTON, D e 1as suitable for a minute fragment AL Wa k1 northeastern Brazil, from the iso.
(AWASHINGTON,Dec. 18--An in- . rAboutanWtspsanss gLONDON. Die. 18-Hours passed lated spot where they crashed after
F ' Istrument which creates the same setting, an tod without word from t e two
lainbow image for each kind advantage over acid and scratching Dr Tadeusz Mita. lecturer in Royal Air Fcrce officers who at flying 3.600 miles across the At-
mineral under its scrutiny may re- tests, which require a fair sample dawn Tuesday began an attempt lantic, they will be ollered another
place chemical tests for identifying and often are injurious. odish Lanureawilliaten to make a ncui-stop flight to Cape machine in which they will fly first
precious stones. To Dr. Werry the method is not Modern Language association's wn, South Africa, about 0,000 to Rio de Janeiro and then
General use of the microspectro- new, for more than 15 years ago, as convention at Cleveland during the miles to Montevideo.
scope, as the apparatus is called, is assistant curator in the national holidays, it was announced yester- The two men, if all went well, Lieut. Challe, slightly injured
advocated by Dr. Edgar T. Wherry museum he found it useful in de- day. He will read a paper on "Wy- should have been in the most haz- I over one eye and painfully bruised
of the bureau of chemistry and termining the genuineness: of rub- spianski as a Dramatist" before ardous lap of their journey and |was brought by airplane Tuesday
soils, who has brought up to date ies, sapphires and emeralds sub- the section of Slavonic languages there was soni feeling something night from the spot of their mis-
th s ct o n of S av ni l ng ag s m a h ve h a p n ed v1 t t h m . h a n ear S an to A n ton io to N atal.
an extensive study of the rainbow mitted for examination, and literature. y he a ppmni d thad re- neareano antoo ata .
patt rns since then he has collected ex- a- The air ministry said it had re- Maj. Larre-Borges was too fatigued
patternsmd nce t n he aot p- "Wyspianski, still but slightly ceived no message from the two, to make the trip
, Ff ( Abem of hitelight direted tensve daa on he rinbowptt-makentothe Etriph andkipreferrederedto
against a gem specimen is scat- terns formed by the inbowu pt- known tthehe English speakig Squadron Leader A. G. Jones-Wil- sleep. Lieut. Challe, though not
J I gaist agemspeimenis cat ters frmedby he nstrmen inworld," said Dr. Mitana, distin- liams and Flight Lieutenant A. H.bdyijrd wsrmvdt
tered into a line of colors by the the examination of a variety of badly injured, was removed to a
instrument, set patterns for each minerals. varying from the blood- guished himself in painting, sul- Jenkins since Tuesday afternoon, hospital.
pure and poetryas well as in his whenthyrptebyadoht
mineral being produced by the red ruby to rare-earth compounds. I dradatic w e has en's they reported by radio that The plane was expected to return
width of each color and by dark Besides its value in distinguish- dramatic writings. He has even the plane was' 50 miles northwest for Maj. Larre-Borges and bring
1 bands on the miniature rainbow. ing a natural stone from a bit of been likened by one English art of Sardinia. him to Natal today.
The dark lines, known as absorp- glass of the same color, a practical critic to Leonardo da Vinci for The full story of the adventures
tion bands, vary in position and use suggested by Dr. Wherry is in versatility and many-sidedness as RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 1-Maj. of the Uraguayan and his French
strength according to the mineral the analysis and identification of a great artist. Tadeo Larre-Borges and Lieut companion was undisclosed, but,
and enable the observer to distin- oil-bearing sands. Leon Challe probably will com- from wiat was known it was the
guish between a genuine gem, its' In order to comply with a con- I plete in another airplane the flight old story of the "wall of wind"
Associated PresS P1&o cynthetic brother, or a bottle-glass; Barebone par ament was the dition of a will which bequeathed to Montevideo, Uraguay, from Se- against which east-west flyers usu-
Charies Piez. imitation. name given to the parliament call- $5,000,000 to the University of Ver- ville, Spain, which their own Bre- ally battle in vain.
Illinois builder and manufactur- The method, Dr. Wherry explain- ed together by Oliver Cromwell in mont, the university'has restricted guet plane Monday found too dif-
I er of the wartime merchant fleet, ed, is for use in identifying trans- 1643. The name was derived from its enrollment to 1,000 students, all, ficult. Marriages showed a decrease in
was named head of the Merchant. parent or translucent and more or a fanatical leader known as Praise- of whom must be residents of I It is expected that as soon as Oklahoma in 1928, while there were
Fleet corporation recently. less distinctly colored minerals and God Bare one. iVermont. both men arrive at Natal, far more divorces than in 1927.
I sa ininiEEilhE 3U1 F- -

RANNUUNUL IVIL tHLILK'H
Stands as Third Largest Steel
Corporation in Country;

Seen as Forerunner.
FOUR COMPANIES MERGE
(By Associated Press)
CLEVELAND, 0., Dec. 18.-The
third largest steel corporation in
the United States was in -existence
in this midwest center of coal and
iron ore distribution today +through
the genius of Cyrus S. Eaton of
Cleveland,-*ho led the way to .ap-
proval of a $350DU0;00 merger by
I directors of four companies.
The merger, announced here
Tuesday night, creates :a vast sys-
tem of operations centered in
northern Ohio, with great lakes
fleets bringing down iron ore from
the fields of Minnesota, Wisconsin
and Michigan, and coal pouring in
from Pennsylvania, West Virginia,
Ohio and Alabana.
As important as this merger is,
however, financial leaders see it
as only the forerunner to further
combinations with the Youngs-
town Sheet and Tube of Youngs-
town and the Inland Steel of Chi-
cago, forming a corporation which
would rank in production above
Bethlehem Steel and second only
to the United States Steel corpora-
tion.
The new organization, to 'be
known as the Republic Steel cor-
poration, will have combined sales
of $250,000,000 and a producing
capacity of 4,900,000 steel ingot tons
annually.
The four companies involved
are:
Republic Irc n & :Steel .of Youngs-
town and its subsidiaries, Steel &
Tubps, Inc., of Cleveland, and the
Union Drawn Steel of Beaver Falls,
Pa., with plants at Youngstown,
Warren, Cleveland and Elyria, 0., .
Hamilton, Ont., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Beaver Falls and Milwaukee.
Central Alloy Steel of Canton
and, Massillon, 0., and its subsid-
iary, the Interstate Iron & Steel
Co., of Chicago.
Donner Steel of Buffalo, N. Y:,
and its subsidiary, Witherow Steel'
Bourne-Fuller Co., of Cleveland,
nut and bolt manufacturers.
A Harvard astronomer has meas-
ured an electron less than a mil-
lionth of an inch in size. What he
means is a parking space.k
In an experiment to determine
the feasibility of motorizing the in-
fantry and doing away with all an-!
imals, the 34th regimifent of inf an-
try at Fort Eustica, Va., has been
equipped with 100 different motor
vehicles.

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/Before
Many of the merchants will be open
this evening for your Christmas shopping
convenience. Remember that a gift pur-
chased in Ann Arbor carries with it an
airof careful and wise selection. Ann
Arbor merchants will be glad to show
their varied selections this evening to
those who will not find time to shop
during the day.
A R :

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The DRAKE
Announces
2 SPECIAL PARTIES

FRIDAY
December 27,
10 to 2 Informal

SATURDAY
December 28
10 to 3 Fbrmal

Featuring
BILL DONAHUE
and the greatest of all campus orchestras. Playing for continuous dancing.
with
"LIX" RILEY
and his Drake Hotel Orchestra

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