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DENTAL SCHOOL TO'
SIt i u u
TO DIG CUNVENTION!
American Association of Dental
School Hold Three Day
Meeting in Canada.
WARD AND BROWN SPEAK
TEEN PERSONS INJURED WHEN IjEMPLOYMENT FOR SENIORS EASIER
COACHES LEA E TRACK IN SOUTH L TO PROCURE NOW, WRITER CLAIMS
SAL1Securing mployment is becom- the greatest satisfaction.
9HC-LICHT T094Y nro nooinrFn h vnt'n1Tr
Lorch Contributes Two Articles;
Comparison Made With
MAGAZINE ISSUED FREE
ing easier or the young colege Miss Halle terminates by statuJ
graduate, according to Rita S. Halle, that if, while at college. the stu
whose statements appear in the dent spends his time well, take
April issue of McCall's magazine. A but few "snap" courses, and train
decade ago, she says, the graduate himself especially well in the a]
waithr his book-learning, as it ws of thinking, he should achieve h(
called, was treated almnost jokingly; success which hie set out to achieve
Chairman of Chemistry Names
Conditions of Winning
TRAINED MEN REQUIRED
Dental Research to Meet
Michigan's dental college will be
represented by Dean Ward and five
members of the faculty at the an-
nual American Associ'ation of Den-!
tal Schools meeting which will openf
at Toronto, Ontario, on Monday. ! *..i.. t.
Every college and univ'ersity in the
Vnited States and Canada will have
delegations at the convention, each
contingent being entitled to one3
vote in the business meeting on
.grown to Speak.
Besides Dean Ward, Drs. Brown,x
Bunting, Kingery, Rickert, andR
Lynns will attend as members of 4
the Michigan delegation. Dr. ym
ing session on Monday, using as his .:.
topic, "The Evaluation of Dental
School Personalities," with special A
reference to the relations between
instructor and student. Dean j
Ward will give a half hour talk on
"The Development of Research in Associated Press Pleoto
Dental Colleges," during the Tues- Fifteen persons were injured recenty v hen "Ine Creole' crack
day afternoon session. He is olso train from Chicago to New Orleans and Gulfport, left the rails near
scheduled to report on the activi- aa
ties of the Eduactional Council Batesville, Miss. Nine coaches left the track at the time of the accident.
during the past year, at the Wed- Picture above shows a scene of the wreckage after the injured had been
nesday morning business meeting. removed, but before the debris had been cleared from the tracks.
One of the special features of the Britain plans to incre e its Nerly 3,000 motorcycles were im-
meeting will be the technique x- jforces of policewomen. ported into Japan last year.
hibit which will be given through-
out the three-day convention on - f
the Mezzanine floor of the Royal
York Hotel, headquarters for the
visiting dentists. The methods of
teaching technical procedures and
the specimens of completed work
will form the bulk of the exhibit.
During the convention, members fue
will have the opportunity to at- j Guaranteed
tend the meeting of the Interna-
tional Association of Dental Re- -ountain rens
search, which is being held in con- I- oldGldPit
junction with the larger session. sGd
Dr. Bunting, of Michigan,, who re. A$ to $2.EO VaLueS
cei'ved the Ohio State annual F
award recently for excellence injFo, For
the field of research, is expected to
take a part, in this latter gather- \
ing. Junior Size
Vith Clip or Ring
Engineer Men Eligible! Qualy Pens
for Purchases Posted-Fo es ;.
From a nationally
Names of senior engineering stu- famousimanufac-
dents eligible to purchase canes, turer. Only by
invitations; and caps and gowns rchasing the
have been posted on the bulletin e ni r r entire msck of
boards of the engineering buildings these models
by Edward Nell, '30E, invitation ens prices been
committee chairman. tos bea
Many members of the class are For possible.
not eligible to participate in the EOnly 1
activities because of their failure --
to pay class dues. A petition asking Values from $1.25 to $3 \Aoern and
that engineering students not pay- E Poputarco/ors
ing their dues be prohibited from Guaranteed to be a pr- PcpkuOrolon
class activities has recently been jfet writing inst rument. r a n e R e d
recognized by the Student councilI atisfrctio a antd Gr
and has become effective in the
Greater London now covers an O
area of 2,000 square miles with.xl
a circumference of more than 150 212-214 South th Avenue PHONE 8094
Issue number four of the Arc- when he set out to hunt a job. The and which, in most cases, his par- Dr. M. Gomberg, chairman of the
Light, a publication devoted to the employers of those days had little ents had hoped for him. chemistry department of the Uni-
interest of students in the College or no respect for anything outside
toa; twa nnuce y o B the ple f mr paticalknol - versity, has just annxounzced that
of Architecture, will be distributed epale of mere practica noxvl" State Examinations of applications for the DuPont Fellow-
today, it was announced by Roy B. ge
Blass. '30A.. editor of the paper. But, she continues, there has Architects Held Here ship in chemistry should be sent to
Prof. Emil Lorch, of the architec- been an amazing change in the him by Thursday, March 28.
tural school, has written two arti- last decade in this relationship be- State examinations for the reg- This fellowship was established
dles for this issue: one, an an- tween college graduates and bus- istration of architects will be given
nouncement of the annual competi- iness. The opposite of the former 'here inoa r chit bg in 1918 by the E. I. dufornt de
tion for the George G. Booth situation is now true. At present it here in Ann Arbor in the architec-'Nemnurs and company for the pur-
Travelling Fellowship in Architec- is difficult to get.a very worthwhile tural building on April 17, 18, an pose of encouraging advanced Work
ture, the other a message to alumni i position without a diploma. 19, according to an announcement in pure chemistry. The holder of
of the College of Architecture. Although the diploma is neces- prepared by the Michigan State e hist e d
A comparison between the archi- sary, one must have more than it Board of Examiners for Registra-
tectural schools of the University alone. In applying for a position, I student who has specialized in
of Pennsylvania and this Univer- the applicant is nearly always ask- tion of Architects, Engineers, and I chemistry and has had a training
sity, written by L. E. Marshall, '31A., ed if he has had any experience. Surveyors. I equivalent to that required for the
is also included. If this proves to be the case, the Application blanks and full in- degree of Bachelor of Science in
Among other features of this applicant's chances of being ac- formation regarding the examina- chemistry. Preference is given to
issue of the Arc-Light are an article cepted are greatly enhanced. Sum- tions may be obtained by writing to j applicants who are in their last
entitled "Culture," by L. E. Smoger: imer vacations afford excellent op- the office of the Board, 1043 Book year's work toward a doctor's de-
and a humorous feature by F. D, portunities for acquiring this ex- building, Detroit. gree. The subject of investigation
Rink, '31A. perience. Another, and possibly' - - to be carried on is left to the de-
The Arc-Light is the official pub- greater advantage to be derived The four aviation companies op- partment of chemistry. The stipend
lication of the Architectural so- ( from this summer work lies in the erating in Mexico had 19,000 flying accompanying the fellowship is
ciety, and is distributed free to all fact that. it should enable one to hours, flew 1,800,000 miles and car- ; $75 per month during the time the
architectural students and alumni judge more clearly astoethe field ied 9,000 passengers and 191,400 holder is actively engaged in the
of the College of Architecture. from which he will be able to draw pounds of mail last year. 'work.
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