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TTIT. MIC.HLGAN

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6,1929-,

1~AGETW~ TI-IF. MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1929

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BUSINESS AD SCHOOL
ADDS TWO NEW MEN
TO TEACHING STAFF

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Professors Charles Jamison
Edgar Gault Appointed
To Faculty

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TRANSLATION OF IMPORTANT GREEK MATHEMATICAL STRESEMANN BIER~
PAPYRUS IS COMPLETED BY ROBBINS AND KARPINSKI R E S T S IN STATE
--~~BERLIN. Oct. 5.--Thousands of
Michigan papyius 620, concern- these problems are the continua- Dr. Robbins concludes the article Germans are expected to file past
ing the introduction of algebraic tion. This conclusion is inferred with the statement that by this the bier of Dr. Gustav Stresemann,
equations in Greece, has been re- through the use of the same Greek important document a noteworthy late German foreign minister, Sun-
cently translated by Dr. Frank E symbol for the unknown quantity link is placed in the chain which day oningawhen is body is
and published with a preface by of Di happasn connects the mathematics of early placed on catafaque outsiethe LAUNDRY MAILING BAGS
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski of the This particular piece of papyri Egypt with Greece and with the Only relatives, a few friends, Canvas or Fibre. Light weight but
September 27 issue of Science. was bought by Professor Kelsey in algebra of the Hindus, of the Arabs I government officials and co-work- strong and enduring material.
This papyrus, one of theUniver Egypt in 1921. Its date has been and of our European predecessors ers of the foreign office will witness Leta few cents postage be your
sity's collection begun and in- placed with some confidence as not in this field." ,the burial at Molest cemetery. s
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creasedot its place of fourth best later than the second century of: ____-uUnriyO
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intewrdlrey through the' of the Christian era. Dr. Robbins .
efforts of the late Prof. Francis W. points out in his translation of the
Kelsey, contains three algebraic fragment that in the form of the RESERVE A SEAT IN ---_- -
problems, which in their formula- solution of these algebraic prob-
tion, solution and notation mark lems there is a remarkable ap-
ainotable and oerith prk proach to modern algebraic sym- tosed-em an
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BOTH MENWELL FITTED
Clare E. Griffin, Dean of the
School of Business Administration,
announced yesterday the. addition
of two new members to the faculty,'
Prgf. Charles L. Jamison, professor
of business policy, and Prof. Edgar
H. Gault, associate professor of
marketing.;
Professor Jamison has had a var-
ied career since his graduation
from the University of Wisconsin,
in 1913. For eight yearsi' he was
secretary and treasurer of the A.
M. Beyers Co., of Pittsburgh. In
1921 he was a member of the fac-
ulty of the school of business at
Minnesota, but left in 1922 to take
a position with the Wisconsin Uni- I
versity school of commerce faculty.
He remained there until this fall,,
when he came to Ann Arbor. Prior
to his graduation from Wisconsin
in 1913, he worked five years with
the Union National Bank of Pitts-
burgh. During the war he was a
captain in the quartermaster's
corps assigned to the office of the
Director of Finance.
Professor Gault is a graduate of
Ohio Wesleyan university and the
Harvard School of Business Ad-
ministration. In 1921, he taught at
the University of Tennessee, re-
signing the following year to be-
come a member of the Ohio Wes-
leyan university faculty. He held
this position until his acceptance
of the associate professorship at
Michigan.
Indiana Arrests 300
In New Liquor Drive
(By Associated Press)
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 5-Is-
suance of warrants today for ap-
proximately 300 persons in north-
ern Indiana, most of them in Lake
county, was planned as the next
step in the government's investi-
gation of liquor, vice and alleged
political corruption in the north
part of the state.,
The 300 were named in 181 in-
dictments returned by the federal!
graind jury, here late Friday, of
which 129 were in the East Chicago
are..

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Chamber Music Society of Ann Arbor
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