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1IlI FIiF PIANkSHEPARD WILL EXPERIMENT WITH
;II RATS ON TRIAL AND ERROR TESTS
E[Al CHI FBR P110T Problem Is Mastery of Mazes As the rat finds his way through
Recently Set up for, the maze, his pathway is observed
irs. J. E. Burns, Who Located Experimental work.and recorded by students who are
.Lost Wesrn A Expre Ealxtkdixng Professor Shepard in the
LsWestern Air Express, work. All possibility of visual clues
to Hunt for Graham. Faced with a series of experi- from the observer is removed by
I___ments which will probably last till the use of a fine screen which coy-
IISSING SINCE JAN. 11 some time next summer, Prof. John ers the entire maze.
--F. Shepard, of the psychology de- Three different types of patterns
-- I are used In one, the wrong path-
LOS AsoiaedELE Mar 13- partment, is attempting to deter- way leads to a blind end. This is
uanita Eloise Burns, 24-year-old mine some of the factors that en-- ,known as the blind end maze. An-
viatrix, made ready to take off ter into trial and error learning.I other is the circle blind maze, io
ere today for the wastelands of j White rats are the subjects of which the wrong option eventually
evada, where she will conduct a these tests and the problem is. the leads to the starting point. One
arch for Maurice Graham, mail mastery of a series of mazes. of the most difficult is the unit-
lot, missing since Jan. 11. Mrs. The maze, itself,'is located in the alike type which is laid out geom-
urns last week located the West- basement of the Natural Science etrically.
n Air Express transport plane ! building. It is built on a barge To learn a maze, the animal must
hat crashed and killed three men platform and is so constructed that make five trips out of six without
the mountain area near-Lake the pathways may be changed and ! error. This year, thirteen rats are
rrowhead, Calif. the maze enlarged. Two weeks being used in the tests.
Graham, according to residents of *, t ' rat w ,e started on a very
he district, last was seen as he + simple maze which is being made ALE UNIVERSITY - On the
rcled the Bristol mines northeast increasingly difficult. Soon they jerge of taking drastic measure.
Las Vegas, Nev. He had taken will be started on a series of stand- n the matter, President Rowland
f from Las Vegas with a cargo of ard imazes. of Yale university ahs at last de-
all. Since then thousands of, Siilar tests were conducted cided to. put a stop to Eli's tradi-
iles have been flown by searching Ilast year.. But its has been recent- 'tional week-ends by forcing stu-
lots, but no trace of Graham or ly determined that the hard floor, dents to remain on the camput
s ship has been found. .used in the maze in the previous over Sunday. Whether the move
Mrs. Burns said she would use experiments, was giving some. clue comes as a result of complaints
as Vegas as a base and would to the animals. As a result, the from the women's schools at which
stematically comb the entire ter- tests must be repeated, this ti {ie students have been in the habit of
dory for the missing pilot. using a felt floor. week-ending is uncertain.

nization of a Forest Service. The
iiversity granted him leave of
sence for the first semester of
e current year. Leaving for Bra-
last August, Professor Matthews
ent the autumn and winter
onths inspecting forest condi-
ins in the eight southern statesj
the Brazilian Union. According
the faculty man's official report,
,apid agricultural development
these states has created a condi-
n almost amounting to a local-
d timber famine, and has called
e attention of the government to
e necessity of control of further
est destruction."
[n comparing the forestry as-
cts of Brazil with those now
and in this country, the forester
ited, "Although the 'Estados Uni-
s do Brazil' are, in theory, a un-
a similar in organization to the
ited States, the fact is that the
therhi Union is much less close-
knit together under federal con-,
>l than is the case here. Most
the undeveloped land, whether
ested or not, is the property of
e states; and the several states
ve the right to access their own
port and export duties with re-
rd to all products whether of the
1 or manufactured. This right
s, in the past, been freely exer-
ed and has had a very prejudici-
effect on conservation. Inter-

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Associated Press Phwo
Oliver Wendell Homes,
Associate justice of the supreme
court, is shown on his way to at-
tend agcourt conference on the
morning of his eighty-ninth birth-
day anniversary.
WILLARD ORGANIZES^
CUHEMISTRHY ,GROUP,
Analytical Chemistry Symposium
Will be Held in Atlanta,
at Convention.
FACULTY MEN TO SPEAK
Professor H. H. Willard, of the
chemistry department, who is se-
cretary of the division of physical
and inorganic chemistry of the
American Chemical society, has or-
ganized a symposium on analytical
chemistry which will be held dur-
ing the meeting of- the Society at,
Atlanta, Georgia, April 7-11. In this
symposium, Professor Willard will
give the introductory talk on "Mod-
ern Trends in Analytical Chemis-
try" which will be followed by talks
on different phases of this subject.

those of fine arts and history sec- T B
ti'ons will be on display Thursday er
night during the annual reception th
in the Museum building. The his- in
tory and political science exhibit Ar
will be in the Clements Library and 1
the Fine Arts in Alumni Memorial A assoc ated Presa 1h,9O th2
Hall. John N Will ci
The section of anthropology willI Well known former automobileof
show Indian implements found ',manu ctrer of New York who was
near Anniston, Ala., in 1929, Amer- recently nominated by President m
ican basketry types, and Michigan, Hoover, to be ambassador to Po- pi
Plains, and Northwest Indian ex- land.{ i
hibits. The forestry section has . . hi
several conservation exhibits,
among them one by the United 1 TL
They are white pine blister rust ex- it
hibits; a moving picture of logging
in Michigan in 1930; distribution of H EIsal
important game birds in North HN o
America; and the increasing 'in- .e
dustrial value of wood. Eminent Marxian Socialist Will st
The geography section will dis Talk pn Changing Political
Iay maps showing land utilization; nd{ci wrera
studies in Michigan, and activities and Sociid Order.
of the Michigan and economic sur-
vey. The zoology section will show AUTHOR OF MANY BOOKS'
biological stations of North Amer-
ica, bird photographs by Dr. Wil- j Evidence that American prosper-
son and Mr. Hastings, and an edu- ity is not as pervasive as business
cational exhibit of parasites. men would like to believe, is found'
The history and political science by Morris Hillquit, national secre-
section will show in the Clements tary of the Socialist Party, in the
Library a fine collection of Amer- violent demonstrations of unem-
ican historical documents. The ployed in many cities in recent
fine arts section will show 60 paint- weeks. Mr. Hillquit, who will speak
ings in Alumni Memorial Hall, and here Monday on the subject, "Our,
an exhibit of biological laboratory Changing Social and Political Or-;
supplies will be displayed in room der" attacks the preaching of vio-
2111 of the Natural Science build- lence as "poor tactics for a strug-
I iug. All these exhibitions are open fgling social movement."
to the students. "During the period of organiza-
tion and propaganda," he argues,
Faculty Men Attend "it is clear tha-t there is no sense
'acuit. or justification in systematically
Meeting at Chicago fostering among the masses the
Prof. Walter C. Sadler, of the civil view of the necessity of violent rev-I
Prof.Wlter C. alern, of the civ olution." Mr. Hillqtpt continues his
engineering department, and Prof.! argument with, "the propaganda
John .S. Worley, of the transporta- of violence as , present method or
tion department, have returnedf even as an ultanate necessity un-
from Chicago where they attended der such conditions has always and I
a meeting of the American Rail- rightly been rejected by Marxian.
froad Engineer's Association. socialists. Violence as a species ofI
'propaganda by deed,' and prema-
B. G. Mullaney, president of the ture revolutionary uprising of work-
American Gas Association, will open ers are leaves from the book of
a two-day conference of the associ- Michael Bakunin, not Karl Marx."
ation's accounting section at the Hillquit is the author of a number
Hotel Stevens, Chicago, April 3. The of books oil Socialism, including "A
meeting is expected to be of unus- History of Socialism in the U. S.,"
, ual interest to accountants, cus- "Marx to Lenin," and "Socialism in
tomer relations men, office mana- { Theory and Practice." He is noted
Igers, and general executives from as a careful student of American
both natural and manufactured politics and is one of the most bril-
gas companies. liant lawyers in this country.

"I'll go at it just like I did in
oking for the big transport," she
id. "First I wvill interview all
ersons reported seeing or hearing
raham in the storm. Then I will
idy weather maps for the day he
as lost."
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e duties have limited the mar-
for timber products and depres-
the value of stand timber to
vanishing point. Tnder such'
umstances, it is not surprising
b forest 'destruction instead of
ization has been the =rule inl
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given by a number of men who
have specialized in certain lines of
analytical chemistry.
Five members of the staff of the
chemistry department are attend-
ing the meeting of the chemical so-
ciety in Atlanta and two will read
papers before the meeting. Prof.

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Provides Uniform- Policy.
Professor Matthews' plan of for-
try organization, which is now
be put into effect under the ad-
inistration of Mr. W. T. Cox, for-
er Associate Forester of the Un-
d States, is designed to effect a
-operation between the States
id thae federal government in the
tablishment of state and national
rest Reserves; the plan further
ovides for eventual management
the state and national forests

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"Application of the Gibbs absorp-
tion, theorem to solid-liquid inter- RAE T1 EA'A
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present a paper on "the micro de- NOW S1
termination of halogens in organic An All Talki
compounds."
Dr. M. Gomberg, chairman of the.aAT
chemistry department, Dr. R. K. " OA
McAlpine, and Dr. J. 0. Halford'
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