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PAGE TWO-SECTION ONE

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Activities Of Faculty During Summer Listed

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TWO FEATURES

New National
Defense Work
Draws Experts
Prof. Rateliff Investigates
Housing; E. F. Taggart
Gets Accounting Post
Prof Richard U. Ratcliff of the
School of Business Administration
spent the summer months working
in Washington, D.C., as a member of
a four-man housing research com-
mission sponsored by the 20th Cen-
tury Fund. Object of the commis-
sion's work was to determine "means
for redirection of resources for bet-
ter housing," with stress laid on prob-
lems created by national defense
work.
* * *
The exhibit of photographs illus-
trating dental techniques entered by
the Dental School in competition at
the National Dental Associtaion con-
vention in Cleveland Sept. 9 to 12
won third place in a field of several
hundred entries. The Michigan en-
try was prepared under the direc-
tion of Professors Philip Jay and
Raaph Sommers, both members of
the school faculty.
* * *

Assists Army

gineering English department re- architecture school is one of 50 Amer-
cently completed a collection of the ican etchers invited to contribute
"best" poetry written by contempor- works for exhibits by the American
ary Michigan authors. The volume National Committee of Engravers. Of
is currently in the hands of the Uni- Professor Valerio's three etchings, one
versity Press for publication. was sent to Hawaii, one to South
* *America and one to Central America.
Prof. Jean Hebrard of the archi- At present he also has etchings on
tecture school began an intensive display in the International Biennial
study of American city planning dur- Exhibit in Venice, Italy, and the Chi-
ing the summer vacation and is cago Society of Etchers has asked
now making a tour of western cities. him for another of his works.
He has been granted sabbatical leave x
to complete the work during the first Prof. G. G. Brown of the chemical
semester. engineering department received the

cal engineering department was elect-
ed vice-president of the Electro
Chemical Society this summer.
* *
Col. H. W. Miller, head of the
mechanism and engineering draw-
ing department, has returned from
Washington where he worked on spe-
cial reports for the ordinance depart-
ment of the Army.
Summer Camp Sites
Michigan summer camps are locat-
ed at Wilderness Park, near Macki-
naw City, site of a geography field
course; at.Jackson Hoie, Wyo., where
surveying, geology and botany are
taught; and at Gold Lake, Iron
County, Mich., home of the forestry
students' summer camp, Camp Fili-
bert Roth. Instruction and research
in botany and zoology are carried on
at the Biological Station at Douglas
Lake, in Cheboygan County, Mich.

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standing career was achieved this
summer by Prof. H. F. Taggart of
the School of Business Administra-
tion when he was picked to do cost
accounting work for the national de-
fense commission, his colleagues re-
ported. Professor Taggart has been
granted a leave of absence for the
first semester of the University year
to continue the work.
* * *
Prof. M. L. Ward of the Dental
School completed the seventh edi-
tion of his "American Textbook of
Operative Dentistry" during the sum-
mer. The book is used at the Uni-
versity and in many other dental
schools. * * *
Prof. Carl E. Burtiund of the en-
LIGHT-

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Prof. M. B. Stout of the electrical
engineering department. has been
elected vice-chairman of the Michi-
gan section of the A.I.E.E. to serve
during the year 1940-41.
* * *
Prof. Lawrence O. Brockway of the
chemistry department was awarded
the American Chemical Society's
award for work in pure chemistry
Sept. 9. Professor Brockway received
the $1,000 grant because of outstand-
ing work in the field of electron dif-
fraction.
* * *
Prof. Ralph Hammett of the archi-
tecture school recently returned from
Mexico, where he spent four months
of sabbatical leave collecting ma-
terial relative to his work in the his-
tory of architecture.
Prof. B. F. Bailey, chairman of the
electrical engineering department re-
cently received a Modern Pioneer
award from the National Association
of manufacturers for his develop-
ment of the capacitor motor.
* * *
Prof. J. A. Van den Broek of the
engineering mechanics department
has been in great demand recently
as a lecturer on the theory of limit
design, having addressed groups that
included the Western Society of En-
gineers, the American Institute of
Steel Construction and the Armour
Institute of Technology.
Prof. F. N. Menefee of the engineer-
ing mechanics department spent part
of the summer working on the com-
pletion and publication of a book en-
titled "The St. Lawrence Seaway."
* *~ *
Mr. Emil Weddige of the architec-
ture school spent most of the sum-
mer in color and plastics plants in
the eastern part of the country,
studying these materials in their most
modern designs.
* * *
Prof. J. H. Cissel of the civil en-
gineering department recently com-
pleted a textbook, "Stress Analysis
and Design of Elementary Struc-
tures," which is now in the final
stages of publication by John Wiley
and Sons, Inc.
* * *
Members of the civil engineering
department faculty who are working
in the city government of Ann Arbor
are: Prof. W. C. Sadler, serving lis
second term as mayor; Prof. J. S.
Worley, police commissioner; Prof.
W. J. Emmons, a member of the
Board of Public Works; Prof. G. L. Alt,
a member of the City Council, and
Prof. W. S. Housel, a member of the
water commission of the city.
Prof. Alexander M. Valerio of the
SHOP AT - 302 S. State St.
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1940 William H. Walker award from
the American Institute of Chemical
Engineers. The award is given an-
nually to one member of the insti-
tute who has made an outstanding
contribution to the literature of chem-
ical engineering during the pats three
years. Professor Brown also received
the 1940 Hanlon award for distin-
guished research work from the Na-
tural Gasoline Ass'n of America.
* * *
Prof. E. M. Baker of the chemi-

HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?
Eyes are slow to complain .. .
they won't tell you whether your
lighting is good or bad. But you
can find out in a jiffy with a
Light Meter. No charge for this
service. Phone your Detroit Edi-
son office.

FOR RENT
APARTMENT to rent. Inquire at
Zwerdling's Fur Shop. Phone 8507;
evenings 5107. 17
DOUBLE and SINGLE rooms avail-
able on the first and second floors.
432 So. Division St., phone 2-2344.
18
WASHINGTON EAST 333-A most
attractive room, large, comfortable,
quiet, for graduate or upperclass-
man. 5
DOUBLE ROOM available with new
furniture, fireplace, and trunk
room. 1412 Cambridge Rd. Phone
7044. 13
FOR RENT-Two blocks from En-
gineering building. Suite and dou-
ble room. $4.00 per student. 715
Church. 12
FOR RENT - Clean, redecorated
room. New double-deck bed and
carpeting. Cross ventilation. 502
E. Catherine St. 14
ROOMS-Double, pleasant furnish-
ings, steam heat, excellent loca-
tion. $3 per week. 417 E. Liberty.
Phone 2-3776. 19
UNFURNISHED - Three, four or
five room upper duplex. Steam
heat, water, stove, refrigerator,
garage. 1000 W. Huron St. 8
MISCELLANEOUS-20
MORE MONEY for your old clothes.
Good clothes for sale. Ben the
Tailor. 122 E. Washington. lc
SHOE REPAIR - Excellent work-
manship on shoe repairing-shoe
shines. A. T. Cooch & Son, 1109
S. University, Phone 6565. 4
PRIVATE NURSERY SCHOOL -
Conducted by Frances MacNaugh-
ton reopens for fall term. Ages
21/2 to 4. Phone 5837. 16
WANTED: 1500 Frosh!
Whether they be flat, round orl
square headed, red heads or
blondes. For that personality hair-
cut at Dascola Barbers. Liberty
off State. 10

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WANTED -TO RENT--6
REFINED COUPLE (one child, six i
years) wants 3 or 4 room furnished
apartment or small house. Write
or call Box 1, Michigan Daily. 3
HELP WANTED
OPPORTUNITIES available for part
time employment. Report to Room
316, Michigan Union, Tuesday or
Thursday from 4 to 6. 6
ARTICLES FOR SALE
FOR SALE-single Simmons bed;
coil spring, good mattress-prac-
tically new. Call Mrs. Rogers,
2-3241. 9
LAUNDERING--9
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607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
(All articles washed and ironed)
Shirts.....................14
Undershirts.................04
Shorts ..................... .04
Pajama Suits ........ .......10
Socks, pair ................. .03
Handkerchiefs ..............02
Bath Towels ............... .03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coeds'
laundries. All bundles done sep-
arately. No markings. Silks,
wools are our specialty.
STUDENT LAUNDRY-The answcr
to your laundry problem will be
found at MOE LAUNDRY. We
have special student rates with
co-ed's laundry a specialty. A trial
will prove. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St., Phone 3916. 20
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND-- 1
LOST-Alex Taylor tennis racket;
fell from car on Packard. Reward.
Call Karl Karlstrom, 7350. 7
LOST-a Chi Phi fraternity pin
Monday morning near Betsy Bar-
bour. Finder please call Bill, 4925.
11
GOOD THINGS TO EAT-- 16
EVENING SNACKS-We carry a
complete line of good things to
eat. L. A. Townley, Grocery, 1123
S. University. 15

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ARROW SHIRTS are sold in downtown Ann Arbor at
Lindenschmidt & Apfel
209 South Main

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Not In The Book
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Buy a stack of Gordon oxfords as a starter
-you'll never regret it.
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