T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
I V e tio n A t ie L Dr. Logan To Speak Before Dentists I
S 1s e A general assembly for all st- dation Institue, will open the year's
dents in the School of Dentistr to activity in that school. Dr. W. H.
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Baxter Conducts Research
On Alaskan Plant Fungi
In Summer Months
Members, of the University faculty
have spent the summer months in a
wide variety of ways ranging from
canoe trips through military duty to
Prof. Shirley W. Allen of the for-
estry school spent the summer
months conducting three canoe trips
for the American Forestry Associa-
tion. These trips were taken by mem-
bers of the Trailriders group and
were their first taken by canoe. Pre-
vious to this time the trips had been
on horseback. The journeys are or-
ganized for educational purposes and
give the riders.a chance "to see first-
hand theway national forests and
parks are operated."
Explored Border Lakes
The first of the rides carried 10
people 110 miles through the border
lakes north of Duluth, Minn. On the
second trip Professor Allen led a
party through large wilderness areas
in the Gila River country of south-
western New Mexico, In their travels
the party visited the little-frequented
cliff dwellings of the far west. Dur-
ing the third voyage on the Kern
River in the Mt. Whitney country
the group rode to the top of Mt.
Whitney on horseback. +
Dr. Dow V. Baxter, also of the for-
estry school, cdnducted research on
plant fungi in Alaska tlgis simmer.
His work continued along th' line of
research he has been following for
the last couple of years.
Dana Addiesses Convention
Dean S. T. Dana of the School of
Forestry and Conservation is now in
Washington, D. C., attending a meet-
ing of the American Forestry Asso-
ciation. In his capacity as chairman
of the committee on membership,
Dean Dana delivered a speech to the
members of the association.
Land utilization projects at Curtis
occupied the summertime of Prof.
Willard S. Bromley .of the forestry
school. Prof. Bromley instructs
classes in wild-land utilization here.
James Teaches At Harvard
in the geography department, Prof.
are a Specialty
with us -
Preston James spent the summer2
teaching classes at Harvard Univer-!
sity. Prof. Kenneth C. McMurray,1
chairman of the department, spent
eight weeks teaching a course in
mapping and field work at the geo-
The geology department has done
several kinds of work during the sum-
mer. Prof. Lewis B. Kellum worked in~
Mexico doing research, while Prof.
George M. Stanley studied the land
near the Soo, working on glacial geo-
Prof. Irving D. Scott spent the
summer months observing sand
dunes with graduate students in
western Michigan. At the same time
Prof. Ralph L. Belknap worked on
meteorology at Chicago University.
Prof. Maurice W. Senstius, of the
geology department, continued his
work on the sediments of Lake Erie
with headquarters at Stone Labora-
ory, Put-In-Bay, Ohio.
Does Government Research
Among the many faculty members
who worked 'for the federal govern-
ment this summer 'was Prof. Arnold
M. Kuethe of the engineering school,
who carried on research in aeronaut-
ical engineering for a government
Dr. William A. Troy of the surgery
department in the School of Medi-
cine spent the vacation months doing
experimental work with distemper.
ROTC Instructors On Duty
Members of the Department of
Military Science spent the last 10
weeks in army camps throughout the
middle west and east. Col. Francis
M. Brannan was ROTC Camp Com-
mander at Fort Custer in Battle
Creek. Also at Fort Custer were
Capt. Bernard H. Vollrath, Signal
Company Commander; Capt. Keith
R. R. Hous$on, ROTC Infantry Com-
mander; Lt. L. W. Peterson of the
engineer corps, assistant supply offi-
cer and Lt. R. L. Kolb, who acted in
a similar' capacity.
Maj. William E. Renner was down
at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in
Maryland as assistant executive off i-
cer, Commander of Company A and
Capt. Dan Bulmer of the medical
corps acted as Company Commander
at Carlisle Barracks.
At the end of six weeks each of the
School at Fort Custer from August 4mission.
to 23. All ROTC Instructors in the Enginers;Ative i Defense
Sixth Corps Area-Illinois, Wisconsin
and Michigan-atienaed the session. The mechanica engineering de-
Col. Henry W. Miller, head of the ta:mnent haa' beea acnve this
Department of Mechanism in En-r and gO-
gineering Drawing. was called to crnm;ent semve. Prof. R. S. Hawley-
Washington this summer to serve in ,im01 , bonir gures for the Em-
an advisory capacity for the Army c Corpo
OrdnanceDeatn. tion vhl rfW E. Lay and Prof.
Among several members of the E. T. Vincnt carried on research in
faculty now serving in the navy is the automobi ndus
! - p.., -,evJNLio iC~d ]16Logan. dean of the Chicago College
men attended an ROTC Instructors mittee of WLe National Defense CoM- the auditorium of the Kellogg Foun- of Dental Surgery. will speak.
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Prot. Eimore 6. Pettyjohn of the
chemical engineering department.
Professor Pettyjohn was called for sea
duty on the I3. S. naval transport
"American Legion." He will be Lieu-
tenant Commander aboard the ship.
Nelson In Cultural Relations Post
J. Raleigh Nelson, head of the
International Center, was reappoint-
ed to a state department on improv-
ing cultural relations with Latin
America and has been working in
that connection this summer.
Prof. Howard McClusky has re-
turned to the campus after a year's
work with the National Education
Association. Prof. McClusky is in the
In the chemical engineering de-
partment4Prof. A. E. White has been
gloing outstanding work as Chairman
of the Metallurgical Research - Com-
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