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VY TO EQUIP U. S. SUBMARINES
WITH. AIRPLANES FOR OBSERVATION

HISTORY OF MATHMATICS
Is TOPIC ,OF LECTURE[
KARPINSKI WILL TALK ON MATH
IN AMERICA BEFORE 19TH
CENTURY
Prof. L. C. Karpinski, of the math-

fish text by William Hlodder, of Bos-1
ton in 1719. Isaac Gr.,enwood, of
Boston, wa~ the first American au-
athor- The third arithmetic in the no
ited States, which is among the earl
1imprints in New York city was by
Peter Venema in 1730. Particular at-
tention will be given to the most pop-
ular American arithmetic of the 18th
century, compiled by Nicholas ,Pike.
The first edition, by Johu Mycall, ap-
peared in Newbury Port and later ed-

perty.
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ematics department, will give an ii- itions were published in the press
" ofIsaah' homs, te nftheresAm-
lustrated lecture on 'The History of of Isaiah Thomas, the father of A Cl
American Mathematics up to 1800," erican printing. Chi
tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock. .St.
The lecture will be based upon un- Briton Gunboats to China
published material, partly drawn from Hong Kong, Aug. 1.-Because of the
.he resources of the University library fighting between Chinese factions at Pi
and from some of the early colonial Amoy, the British gunboats Diomede Ci
newspapers..St
Professor Karpinski 'will show i- and Foxglove have been sent to that - Ch
lustrations of Mexican and Aztic, in-. port. Looting is feared. The British I
luding Maya numerals, as well as the and Japanese consuls asked for gun- 1V
American Indian and Peruvian sys-
tem of numbers. The early use of the .IIIlNINI unIIt111111.111111[nIluuhIIuhtfI IItIN1l
prjnting press will also be discussed.
Profesor KarpinIntroducti also ex- W HITE SWAN t
plain the introduction of arithmetic
and algebra into America in Spain in
the middle of the 16th century. The c Launderers,
first arithmetic text book in the Un-
ited States was a reprint of an Eng- . Dyers Press
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'ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
niversity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. .m. (11:30 a. m. daturday.)
oluine 3 THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1923 Number 115

ROUVILLAIN GIVES TALK IN
FRENCH ON SAILOR'S LIFE

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Bacteriology 1s :
The final examination in Bacteriology U, and condition examinations in
Bacteriology 3 (Laboratory) and Bacteriology 2 (Lecture) will be given
Friday, August 3, at 8:30 a. in., in the §Medical Building.
PHILIP HADLEY.
Excursion No. 12:
Consumers Power and Jackson State Frilson, Party leaves in special
cars at downtown D. U. R. Stateion (116 West Huron street) at 8:47 a. n.
Morning will be spent in inspecting power and gas plants of the Consumers
'Power Company under special guidance. Luncheon at noon, with special
features furnishes by hosts, will be provided by Consumers Power Com-
pany. One p. m. visit State Prison and Prison Annex (farms and textile
plant three miles out of Jackson). Women will nit be allowed insfoo prison
walls, but will see guard room, have prison methods explained by prison
chaplain, and visit the Annex, including the textile plant. Total cost $1.60.
It is especially important that the ex-act number leaving at 8:47 a. m., be
known by Friday at 6 p, m- to allow adequate.transportation, and other ar-
rangements at Jackson, to be made. Please leave names, therefore In Sum-
mer Session Office, University Hall, before 6 p. n.,Frlday, August 3,
CARLTON WELLS.
Psychology of Advertising 25as:
Professor, Adams expects to meet his classes 'again
Monday, August 6., Members of Professor Adams' classes should see bul-
letin board on second floor of Natural Science building for assignments.
C. H. GRIFFITHS.
Engineering Students:
One or two draftsmep, with some experience in detail work are needed
for part time work (a couple of hours a day) on the campus. Those inter-
ested see the undersigned, Room 341, Engineering Building, between 8:30
and 12 a. m. or 1and 3p.m.r
F. W. PAWLOWSKI-
Members of the Cosmopolitan Club:
An invitation has been received bly the Club from Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
erick W. Stevens to a garden party dt their home at 1245 Ferdon Road on
Sunday, August 5, from 4 to 6 p. =.-, Members and foreign students who are
interested in the club are requested to be present.
WILLIAM C. WANG.
Conference on the School Sciences In the Public Schools:
On Friday, August 10th, a conference on the Social Sciences in the
Public Schools will be held from 2 to 4:45 p. m. in the Auditorium of the
Natural Science Building. Professor T. H. Reed, of the department of Pol-
itical Science, will preside. Addresses will-be given by Professor William
A, Frayer of. the department of History, Professor C. O. Davis, of the
School of Education, Professor A. E. Wood, of the department of Sociology,
and Mr,. Philip Lovejoy, of Benton Harbor. There will be an opportunity
for general discussion. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
A. B. COURNER,
Chairman.

(Cont~nued from ''age One)
their effect on the men when the
ship was at rest on a sea so calm
that it resembled a lake. Then is the
time sailors dream and seem to find
themselves nearer the beauties of
their roving life. He spoke of the
French island of New Caledona where
couvicts are sent and of the queer-
ness of the wild negroes who inhab-.
it it.
During the fourteen and a half
years that he spent on the ;water,
Prof. Rovillain rose from a cabin-boy
to first mate. He concluded by say-
ing that life on board, saiing ships was
unforgettable, mingling in its beau-
ty, fight of will and dreams, making
some men better and lowering oth-
ers to brutes.

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VHAT'S GOING ON.
THURSDAY
Lecture, "The Laboratory Pro*
tion of Stellar Conditions." (Il-,
trated). Prof. A. R. Sawyer.
-Educational motion pictures.
FRIDAY
-Lecture, "The 'History of Am-
can Mathematicskup to 1800."
af. L. -QC. Karpinski;.
-Lecture - Recital, "Macbeth."
f. R. D. T. Hollister, University
SATURDAY
a. n.-Excursion No. 12. State
son and Consumers Power com-
y plant, Jackson. Trip ends at
>. in.

MONDAY
5:00-Lecture, "The Serious Side
-Play." Prof. Elmer D. ditcheI1.

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5:00-Lecture, "Reminicences of In-
dian Politics." Prof. C. H. "au
Tyne.I
8 :00-Miscellaneous Readings. The
Class in Interpretive Reading. (Un-
iversity Hall.)
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use the Union Building this summer
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