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T-HEMICHIGAN

D~AILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 9, 1929

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RESERCH0 1B I CTR Tree~ w~eber ILNDBRCH ISCVER Mihigan Men Appear !Professor Thomassen
Selected This Fall oMn Lecture Program As Member of Staff
'!ikMndy 1Uiii Oirvrnnn n R~rga ih the announcement o te Gives T'aikMna
L3R\1lIIt ufU }l dcaina sscato' Dr. Lars Thomassen, assistant
Silve Hols Dereesgan men are included in the list of professor in the chemical engineer-.
UL1.IV L I Wo fdwrd and (ConinuedFroePageOee speakers in the conventions ing department, spoke Monday aft-
H ISTilHY iii M 111I~ from Michigan; Gloyd from J{oniudFmPaene
tt "tO t tiversity nofOife nor sign of human habita-i throughout the state. Prominen t ernoon in East Engineering build-
i inane i bnks. h among these are Dr. J. B. Edmon- ing on Crystal Structure and

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R. E. WILSON TO DISCUSS Dr. Alvalyn Woodward, J. K.
LLTHICAIONREFRE Gwynn Silvey, and H. K. Gloyd
SOCIETY. have been added to the staff of the
IS SANDAD OI OFFCIALzoological department this fall.
11,;STADARDOILOFFIIAL Dr. Woodward was appointed as-.
Mo'ving Pictures Wvill Be T mjdolyed sistant professor in physiology. She,
in ~owlg Wht Tkes ace obtained heer degree at the 'Univer-.
in Beaings.sity of Michigan and has taught
3.n ear s"at Simmons College, Boston, and at
the University of Maine. When
"The Mechanic of Lubrication" is Dr. Little came to Ann Arbor, she
the subject of a talk to be given was transferred to work in his3
by R. E. Wilson, assistant director cancer research laboratory.
of research of the* Standard Oi Silvey is a graduate of Southern
Company of Indiana, at the Octavo ehdstUiest-a als
ber meeting of the local section of Mehoit toknivstyasteDallas,
the American Chemical Society to Texas, butre Ftokhieesmsersde-
be held at 4:15 o'clock Thursday grehe.Frteesm rse
afternoon in room 165 ChemistryI has been attending the Ujniversity'
building. Biological Station inl Sheboygan
Mr. Wilson's lecture will include, County. Gloyd was also at this
some recent interestig work on the sainfrtosmes ega-
property of "oilness," and a prac- uated from Ottawa University,
ical discussion on the lubrication' Ottawa, Kansas, and last year wntutri olg tKnas
problems in automobile engines,.ntutri olg tKna
Moving pictures of a glass. bearing' State Agriculture College.4
operating under different condi-
tions will show graphically j ust S hop Pro fe6ss or Gives'"
what takes place in a bearing,. Soit
Mr isnhsbe soitd P prwith the research laboratory of the'
General Electric company and forl Prof. O. W. Boston, professor of
several years was director and as,-I shop practice, presented a paper
sociate professor of Chemical En-. j before the American Society for
gineering at the Massachusetts In-. Steel Treating at the Eleventh An-
stitute of Technology. Since be-. nual Convention held in Cleveland
coming assistant director of re-.1 last month.
search for the Standard Oil Comr7Professor Boston outlined the va-.
parry of Indiana, he has interested, rious methods which. are beung used
himself primarily with the pi ob- to designate the machinability of
ies of lubricationa involving metals and under each method of
studies on the flow of liquids, the test, outlined the work by various
physical properties of hydrocarbons, authors as published in a few out-
corrosion, and petroleum chemistry) standing papers on the subject.

Res G1 £j9u s ac !da son, dean of the school of educa-
Restmes eare Tody ',tion, and Dr. A. B. Moehlman, of
During the latter part of the the school of education and admin-
flight Dr. Oliver Ricketson, also ofj istration. Others in the group are
the Carnegie institute, took Mrs. Harry Kipke, Prof. H. P. Thieme,
Lindbergh's place in the cockpit. Prof. Emil Lorch, Prof. J. E. Dun-
alongside her husband, and discus-. lap, and Prof. J. W. Muyskens.
sed with him charting of the in- __ ___
dications they found. Balloon Race ,
Mrs. Lindbergh, still wearing herVit y
khaki knickers and blue shirt, as-.: Ofically onfr e
sisted Dr. Kidder irn the photo-. j
graphing. *j WASHINGTON, Oct. S.-Ward
The plane arrived at Belize T. Van Orman's victory in the 1929
shortly after 5 p.,in., its occupants International Gordon Bennett bal-.
tired, happy, exultant at their ex- I loon race was officially confirmed
periences, but all red with sun- today by the International Aero-.
burn. Today they will fly into the nautic .Association, which an-.i
Flores region, nrorth an~d west: of nounced that Van Orman, pilot-
this city. 1ing a balloon for the Goodyear
Zeppelin Co., traveled 341 miles.

Chemical Constitution."^E
Dr. Thomassen who is spending
his first year at Michigan is a grad-1
uate of the University of Oslo. He
formerly taught mninerology in Nor-.
way, and upon. receiving an inter-.
national fellowship continued his
studies at the California Institution
of Technology. Prof. Thomassen re-i
ceived his PhD. degree under Prof.
Millikan i 1928, and since then
i has published several papers onj
crystal structure.
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