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THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIR TY VNSlrTg
ENR SVN USSROLL IL U IVFRSITY~
REPRESENT 28 UNIVERSTIES
COLLEGES IN THE UNITED
STATES AND CANADA
INCLUDES TWO WOMEN
Prominent Foreign Professors Giv
Lectures and Courses
During Session!
Thirty-seven persons, all holde
of the degree of doctor of philos
ophy or doctor of science, rep
resenting 28 universities and co
leges in the United States an
Canada are guests of the Unive:
sity during the Summer Session
attending the Slmposium on Th
oretical Physics under the dire
tion of Prof. Harrison M. Randa
The privilege of attending lec-
tures and seminars, and of carrI
ing on research in the laboratorie
during the summer has been
tended to these persons on recom
mendation of the chairman of t
department. There is no char'
except for laboratory supplies.
Among the prominent professo,
giving lectures and conduct
courses during the Session are Pro.
E. A. Milne, Oxford university
Prof. K. F. Herzfeld, Johns Hop
kins university; Prof. Leon Bril-
uin, University ofPiaris; Prof
Edward Condon, Princeton univr a
sity; Dr. P. A. M. Dirac, Cambridg
university, and Prof. David M. Den-
nison of the University.
By those attending, degrees heic
have been taken at 17 differen
colleges: Universities of Illinois
Wisconsin, Chicago, Ohio State
Minnesota, Toronto, Cornell, In-
diana, Pennsylvania, Columbia
Edinburgh, Gottingen, ohns Hop-
kins, California Institute of Tech-
nology, Princeton, Yale, and Michi-
gan.
Allu are instructors, professors, o
research fellows in physics, mathe
matics, astronomy or chemistry.
The twenty-eight colleges with-
which these" persons are connecte
are: Yale, Detroit City College
Princeton, Illinois, Washington
Mount Holyoke, McGill, Californ:
Ohio State, Idaho, Rutgers, Ohi
Wesleyan, Macalester, Alberta
Oberlin, Bartol Research, Arkansas
North aCrolina, Marquette, Wil-
liams, Akron, Iowa State, Franklin
Antioch, Pennsylvania, Union, Cali
fornia Institute of Technology an
the University of Michigan.
There are two women attending
the session.
Many of the physicists are living
in the Delta Upsilon fraternity
house on Hill street.
New M-Hut Features.
Most Recent Design
Featuring Italian Renaissancc
architecture the newly opened M-i
Hut operated by the Finerlp in-
terests will replace the former pop-
ular M Lunch. The new establish-]
ment will cater to the students

both as a rendezvous for odd hour
refreshmnents and as a regular eat
ing establishment.{
Seclusion from the bustle of Stag
street is afforded by the archec
doorway which leads from the an
teroom into the main dining room
Subdued lighting, Italian design
and an orchestra and radio will a'
go to make this a popular estab
lishment.

HOOVER REVIEWS VETERANS
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"lI 11111iliiitilfiIIIIIiiitllltittlftifiIIIII Women Advisers Class
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OTHER COLL GES j Dr. Agnes E. Wells' class for ad-:
wOTHER COLLEGES . g da ad
2=visers of high school women will
tuhold its last meeting Thursday,
jYSale.-Awards of 149 fellowships July 18, as it is only a four week
and scholarships amounting to over course. The thirty-seven womenI
1$100,000 representing endowment who make up the class come from
and gifts of over two million dollars all parts of the country. "It has
have been made by the Gyaduate been a delightful group," said Miss
School for the year 1929-30, accord- Wells, in speaking of her class.
ing to an announcement made to-
day. Forty-two of these, set aside There are several women from
for advanced research, have been Toledo, one of whom is Mrs. Ade-

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Major General Charles P. Sum- dent Hoover, and Paul Claudel the Ohio and Indiana, meeting witl iroup of gir F inteested in spec-
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Chatter

Recent performances of the Ger-
man Davis Cup team in the bril-
liant play against the English in
the finals of the European zone
preliminaries .have stirred tennisj

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interest in the Fatherland to a
white heat.
SWith Germany meeting the
The selection of the Davis Cup!Wt emn etn h
challenge team which will match United States in Berlin this week
strokes against the best of German end for the right to battle France
talent in the finals of the Chal- in the Davis Cup challenge round
lenge round looks to be a most
judicious one. George Lott is hard- the eager attention of all Germ-
ly in condition to take part in such any is focussed upon two young
important international play while stars whose might has carried the'
the team of Allison and Van Ryn co
showed to great advantage in Wim - urt ranking of the Deutchland
bledon. tto new heights in the world of in-
ternational competition.;
Two veterans of major leagues The showing of the youngstersi
were given unconditional re- Prenn and Moldenhauer against
leases by the Sacramento aoub the highly rated English combin-
of the Pacific coast league. ation last week has stirred all of
Hank Severeid of the St. Louis athletically minded Germany in the
Cardinals and New York Yan- hope that their countrymen will be
kee fame as a catcher, and Doc able to overcome the powerful'
andall a twirler. American team in the same fash-
ion as last Sunday when the col-

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IOWA-"Movies to replace text
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the extension division of the Un-
iversity of Iowa for teachers of
grade and high schools of the state.
Conversion to the belief that theMI
eluding the ear, for transmitting
knowledge to children is evidenced
by the fact that films on nature
study.
Miss Nina Glaglovia
22 years old, is baffling scientific
circles in Moscow with her amaz- m

book with some extra sheets in
the pocket. Return to charging
desk at General Library for re-
ward. Lost about June 29.
WANTED
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MEMEE 'E

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The players were released be-
cause of lack of attendance forced
a retrenchment policy the manage-
ment announced. Both players
joined the club in 1927.
Keen competition is expected
when the favorites begin to
clash in Western Tennis meett
which is being held on the clay
of the Skokie Country Ccub of
Chicago. Emmet Pare, recent
winner of the National Cay
Courts, should experience diffi-
culty against the Californian
pair of Vines and Gledhill',;
while Gene McCauwiff of New
York, has been turning in some
good tennis lately.
The welterweight fistic clasic of
the month will be settled in Detroit
on the 25th of this month,
when the defending champion, Joe
Dundee, will meet Jackie Fields,
the challenger, at the State Fair
grounds arena.

ors of the Britishers were trailed infing powers of lightning-like mental
the most spectacular court upset of 1 calculations and her extraordinary
recent years. memory. She does in her mind, in
The German Tennis federation is from two to twenty seconds, intri-
in a quandary at the present time cate mathematical problems which
as to what to do to accommodate require hours for experts to do in
the thousands desiring to witness the ordmary way with pencil and
the interzone finals against the paper. Her powers are asserted to
American team headed by Bill Til- be greater than those of the fam-
y ous mathematician Arago or other
den on Friday, Saturday, and Sun- prodigies of whom there is a rec-
day. I ord.

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