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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE

SDAY, APRIL 19, 1938

Hobbs.To Give
Radio Address
On Thursday
New Evidence Unearthed
On Europe Trip Proves
Antarctic Discovery .
Prof.-Emeritus William H. Hobbs
of the geology department has been
chosen by the American Philosoph-
ical Society to broadcast the findings
of his recent research in Europe over
a nation-wide National Broadcasting
Company hookup. The address will
be given Thursday at 4:30 p.m., and
will precede Professor Hobbs' presen-
t ation of his paper before the Society
on Friday.
Professor Hobbs returned from Eu-
rope Feb. 22 where he discovered
maps, charts and other evidence
proving definitely that an American
Capt. Nathaniel Brown Palmer, dis-
covered the Antarctica, and not Capt.
George Powell, or John Biscoe, Eng-
lish explorers who the British claim
discovered the Antarctica. Palmer
reached the Antarctica while looking
for sealing grounds, twelve years be-
fore Biscoe, Professor Hobbs asserted
upon his return from Europe.
His broadcast on Thursday will
deal with this same work and he will
explain to an estimated audience of
over a million how the old maps,
charts and logrbooks that he dis-
covered in libraries and customs
houses prove that Palmer is the orig-
inal discoverer of the Antarctica.
Professor Hobbs will relate the dra-
matic story of the discovery by the
.twenty-year old captain, who sailed
to the Antarctica in a little coasting
vessel forty-seven feet long and six
feet deep, and never received credit
for the. discovery.
Before the broadcast and the meet-
ing Professor Hobbs will go to Wash-
ington to do research work in the
Congressional library, he said, and
will then continue on to Philadelphia.
MATHEMATICS MEETING
Earl D. Rainville, E. P. Vance and
Dr. Merrill E. Shanks will report at
journal club at 3 p.m. Thursday in
Room 3201 Angell Hall. Prof. Paul
S. Dwyer will preside.

Central NLRB
o ear Case
Of Locl Strike
(Continued from Page 1)
conducting a strike in the composing
room of the Ann Arbor Press for
exactly two months, petitioned the
three-man Board in Washington to
allow it to withdraw its charges
against the plant from the Detroit
office. On April 11the Board grant-
ed permission for the withdrawal.
Last Saturday, April 16, the ITU
filed its charges with the Washing-
ton Board, which is expected to issue
a new complaint against the com-
pany and set a date for a hearing in
Washington. If the hearing is held
there, all persons and documents in-
volved in the case will probably be
subpoenaed to Washington.
Aide Of Hutchins
To Appear Here
Prof. Mortimer Adler of the Uni-
versity of Chicago will give two lec-
tures here Sunday, one at 4:30 p.m.
in St. Mary's Catholic Chapel on
"Science and Philosophy" and the
other at 7:30 p.m. in the Union on
"Theology, Queen of Sciences."
Professor Adler, one of the leading
figures in the Chicago plan of higher
education directed by Dr. Robert M.
Hutchins, will be, brought here under
the auspices of the Newman Clubof.
St. Mary's Catholic Chapel and the
Student Religious Association.
Prof; Pawlowski Helps
To Honor Wrights
Prof. Felix W. Pawlowski, chair-
man of the aeronautical engineering
department, was among four men
prominent inwaviation interviewed
Saturday by Ty Tyson over the Co-
lumbia and Mutual networks as part
of the ceremonies with which Henry
Ford celebrated the removal of the
Wright Brothers family home and
the bicycle shop in which the first
airplane was built to Dearborn.
Professor Pawlowski, dean of
American Aeronautical engineers
spoke on his early experiences in
aviation.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
VOL. XLVIII. No. 139
TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1938
Presidents of Fraternities and
Sororities are reminded that Marchl
membership lists were due on April
15 and should be submitted to the
Office of the Dean of SItudents at
once.
Prospective Applicants for the Com-
bined Curricula: The final date for
the filing of applications for admis-
sion to the various combined cur-
ricula for September, 1938, is April
20. Application forms may be filled
out in Room 1210 Angell Hall. Medi-
c:al students should please dote that

application for admission to the
Medical School is not application for
admission to the Combined Curricu-
lum. A separate application should
b~e made out for the consideration
of the Committee on Combined Cur-
ricula.
First Mortgage Loans: The Univer-
sity has a limited amount of funds
to loan on modern well-located Ann
Arbor residential property. Interest
at current rates. Apply Investment
Office, Room , 100, Southli Wing,
University Hall.
Pending the installation of a new
lift, there will be no passenger ele-1
vator service in the General Library
for the next few weeks.
Librarian.
SAcademic Notices
Architecture: summer. School

Vedder Speaks
At Dental Meet

Health Service Reports 3000 Cases

Jay, Peyton
Aso On

And Somnmer
Program

Dr. Francis B. Vedder of the Col-
lege of Dental Surgery yesterday ad-
dressed the annual convention of the
Michigan State Dental Society at
Detroit on dental bridge construction
and deonstrated methods of con-
struction.
Dr. U. Garfield Rickert of the
dental school, president of the So-
ciety, will turn over his office to
president-elect, J. Orton Goodsell, a
member of the graduate faculty of
the University.
Other members of the faculty who
will address the convention are: Dr.
Philip Jay, speaking on "Diet and
Its Relation to Dental Caries"; Dr.
Floyd A. Peyton, who will discuss
"Heat Treating Dental Alloys"; and
Dr. R. F. Sommer, who will give a
lecture on the conservation of teeth
accompanied by motion pictures in
natural color.

The Health Service made morej
than 3,000 laboratory examinations
during the month of March, the
monthly report reveals.
A decrease in respiratory infec-
tions, "colds," was noted, although
there were more acute middle ear in-
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fections, the report stated.
Seven pneumonia cases were tieat-
ed, five less than were treated during
the same month last year. A slight-
ly increased number of "contagions,"
was reported, though without having
suggested epidemic proportions.

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