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To Attend Meeting
College of Engineering faculty imen
are urged to attend the meeting of
the Amnerican Welding Society Friday,
February 7, in Detroit, Prof. W. A.
Spindler of the metal processing de-
partment announced yesterday.
Scheduled to speak at the meet-
ing is Leon C. Bibber, a Michigan
graduate and welding engineer with
the United States Navy Department,
who will speak on "The Elements of
MILWAUKEE, Feb. 1.-('P)-Of-
ficials of the Wisconsin and Michi-
gan Steamship Co:, operators of a'
passenger line between Milwaukee
and Muskegon, Mich., today an-
nounced that a new, streamlined ship
would be placed in service early in
The vessel, under construction at
Manitowoc, Wis., will be known as
the S.S. Milwaukee Clipper. It will
replace the S.S Illinois and S.S.
Pres. Ruithven's Anmuiwi iRe port
Reveals Current Developments
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end. The management will gladly hdlp you with your en-
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accommodations for parties of all kinds. But don't wait
longer, phone 4241 now for complete arrangements.
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University vice-president and
chairman of the department of
potgraduate medicine. He reports
that 2,049 doctors were keeping
up with the latest developements
in medical fields by enrolling for
short coures conducted through-
out the state.
One thousand and one hundred
seventy-nine doctors enrolled in
courrses offered in eight Michigan
cities, and more than eight hund-
red took courses given in Detroit
and Ann Arbor. Six professors
from Wayne University and 12
Liracticing specialists assisted 27
University faculty men in present-
ing these courses.
The Law Library is one of 10 lib-
raries in the United States selected
to receive law books in Braille. Fifty-
five volumes in Braille were received
in 1939-40 . . . A slight increase in
requests for student loans was noted
for 1939-40, with 1,277 students re-
questing financial assistance to the
amount of $159,217 . . . Thirteen
hundred interviews for freshmen and
sophomores were granted by the aca-
demhic counselors in the literary col-
lege, during 1939-40 ... Senior dental
students now take two weeks of praC-
tical field work in public health
dentistry in a special course arranged
last year by the W K. Kellogg Foun-
dation in Battle Creek. The first
week of the course is featured by the
inspection of county health depart-
ments, and during the second week
the dental students are assigned to
the offices of two or more practicing
dentists . . . No significant differ-
ences in the scholastic accomplish-
ments of students from Michigan
high schools and those fromw out-
state high schools were found in a
survey conducted by the Registrar's
ee Keyes To Speak
'To Local Alumnae (mub
Frances Parkinson Keyes, disting-
tdshed author and journalist, will
speak at 3:30 p.m Feb 11, at the
Rackham Building, under the aus-
pices of the Michigan Alumnae Club
of Ann Arbor.
Miss Keyes will speak on Capital
Kaleidoscope, which is a look behind
the social and political scene at Wash-
ington. Miss Keyes, who is the editor
of the National Historical magazine,
has recently written the book,
Others of her books are "QueenI
Anne's Lace" and "Honor Bright."
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For Appointment, Dial 6584
Donald Dushane, superintendent of
the National Education Association
will speak at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday
in the University High School Audi-
torium, under the auspices of Future
Teachers of America, undergraduate
club for students in education.
He will speak on the topic, "Re-
sponsibility of the Teaching Profes-
sion in the Time of Crisis." The sup-
erintendent of schools at Columbus,
Indiana, he is noted as the president,
of the Indiana Conference of Social
Work and the former president of
the Indiana Teachers' Association.
All graduate and undergraduatet
students in education are invited to
hear the educational leader speak.
This is the first lecture of the year
sponsored by F.T.A., whose members
are affiliated with the National Ed-
ucation Association, the largest nia-
tion-wide organization of teachers
Air Official Gauges
Future Plane Output
NEW YORK, Feb. 1-UP)-Col.
John H. Jouett, president of the Aer-
onautical Chamber of Commerce as-
serted tonight that on the basis of
present monthly production the na-
tion's aircraft industry would be pro-
ducing from 21,000 to 24,000 planes by
the end of 1941, and a rate of 30.000
annualy six months later."
"At this rate," he asserted, "if Eng-
land were to receive the entire out-
put of the American aircraft indus-
try, she would, with her own consid-i
erable production far outstrip that
of the Axis powers within the next
six or eight months."
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