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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. AUG. 3, 1932

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, AUG. a, 193?

Brown Finishes Research Data
DesacAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ,.
To Be Used in Oil Patent Case
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of thei
University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
until 3-30, excepting Sundays. 11Y30 a. m. Saturday. After almost a year of research determine at what pressures and
and investigation, Prof. G. G. Brown, temperatures the heavy crude oils
of the engineering school, has com- will break down into lighter oils
Excursion No. 11--New Michigan Sta'te Prison: The objective of the such as gasoline. On this determina-
pleted some data for the Universal
r ast excursion of the Summer Session will be the new Michigan State Oil Products company, of Chicago tion, the court must base its decision
P son, three miles north of Jackson. The visit inside the walls will in- ' as to the alleged infringement.
c Dsde Inspeotion of a typical cell block, prison textile industry, the dining te arThe Dubbs process is a method of
hal and kitchens, the auditorium-theatre, and the administration building, temperatures and pressures. The "cracking" heavy oils with the appli-
The party leaves in special buses Saturday, August 6, at 7:45 a. m., from nfr will be used in court in a patent cation of' heat and the patent is
lin front of Angell Hall, returning to Ann Arbor at 12:15 p. m. Approx- i c owned by the Universal Oil Products
The litigation arose over an alleged company. Last fall the project was
imately one and one--half hours will be spent at the prison, infringement of the patented Dubbs turned over to Professor Brown for
Persons driving in private cars must secure reservations at Room 9 Uni- petroleum refining process. The research. The result of the study
versity Hall, as well as those wishing bus transportation. The number samples of oil used in the research has been forwarded to the Federal
which can be accommodated is limited, at the Universtiy were taken under District court where the^ case is be-
the direction of the ,court in which ing tried and the data is being writ-
Graduate School: All Graduate School students who expect to com- the case is now being argued. A ten into the court record.
plete their work for a degree at the close of the present Summer Session decision will probably not le given Research' is also being donet the
should call at the office of the Graduate School, 1b14 Angell Hall, to check until next March. present time on othfr determinations
thei-r records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the dip- Under the direction of Professor in connection with other law suits,
loma fee. The fee should be& 1aid before Saturday, August 6. Brown, nationally known authority it was learned yesterday, but the
G. Carl Huber, Dean on petroleum processes, a long series exact nature of the work was not
of experiments were carried on to revealed.
A gallery talk: On the exhibition of paintings in the Architectural quet. Dr. Frank Bachman of George Peabody College for Teachers will
Building will be given today at 4:00 o'clock by Mr. Ted H. Ald- give the address. His subject will be: "Were I in ,College Agin."
#ich. Mr. Aldrich is well-known as an artist here, and is asso-
9ated with the Faculty of the College of Architecture. The exhibition is University Men and Womep: The Food Department of the Michigan
hung in the ground-floor corridor of the Architectural Building. League Building is to be closed July 31st for reorganization and repairs.
The exhibition and discussion ae open to the pubic. No meals will be served or or after that date until further notice.
Language Exanination for M.A. Candidates in English: A written ex- Public Band Concert: The second band concert of the Summer Session
emination in the reading knowledge of French and German for candidates will be given at 7:15 o'clock tonight on the steps of the University Library.
for the M.A. Degree in English will be given in 2225 A.H. on Thursday, The program will be conducted by several members of the band.
August 4, at 1:30 p. m.Nicholas D. Falcone
Ontario Road Map: Copies o the official road map issued by the High- Voice Classes: Mr. Frederick Haywood of Eastman School of Music
way Department of Ontario, Canada, may be obtained by calling at the Rochester, New York, will address those interested in voice work at 4:00
office of Professor R. L. 'Morrison, 1224 East Engineering Building. p. m Mortis Hall today.
Teaching Positions: The Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Michigan League-Tea Dance: Students and faculty of the University
Information has been informed of a position in Public School Music, are invited to attend the last tea dance of the Summer Session on Wed-
74ine Arts, and some elementary work. Anyone qualified and interested, nesday afternoon at the Michigan League from 400 to 5:30. All South-
>lease .call at the office, 201 Mason Hall. Life Certificate required. erners are especially invited to be the guests of the Women's League.
Summer Plays Season Ticket Holders: Please make your reAervations Intramural Pool-hours: The Intramural Swimming Pool will not be
or this week's production of, "Once in a Lifetime," today if possible. This open to students and faculty from 10:00 to 12:00'o Thursday and Friday
uggeston is made to protect you against a heavy box-office sale of choice of this week. The afternoon hours from 2:30 to 6:00 will be observed as
eats. usual.
Summer lectures: Captain Carl von Hoffman will appear in Hill audi- Women's Picnic and Tennis Tournament: A progressive teninis and
orium on Monday evening, August 8. The title of the lecture is "Head ping pong tournament for women will be held August 5th at 5:45 at the
"akers of Fbrmosa" and it is illustrated with unusual motion pictures. Womens Athletic Building. A charge of thirty-five cents will be made to
cover the cost of supper and' prizes. Sign up at Barbour Gymnasium before
Platforms of Political Parties: Twenty-minute discussions of the 1932 Friday noon.
.]atforms of the Republican, Democratic, Socialist, and Communist parties
ill be given at a public meeting this evening, August 3rd, at 8:00 in the Mixed Tennis Tournament: The draw has been posted on Palmer
Tatural Science Auditorium. Well informed leaders i' the several party Field Courts. The first round must be completed by the evening of August
)rganizations will speak. Assistant Professor H. B. Calderwood of the Poli- 6th. Information concerning the names of partners and opponents together
ical Science Department will act as chairman. with their telephone numbers will be supplied by calling University Exten-
sion 2197.
Faculty, School of Edducation: A special luncheon meeting of the
Faculty of the Scld5ol of Education will be held in the Michigan Union (not , Fresh Air Camp: Visitors are invited to visit the camp this week.
Mhe Michigan League Building) at 12 o'clock noon on Monday, August 15th. Thursday the boys will sponsor a circus for the benefit of the visitors. No
The service will be a la carte. C. 0. Davis, Secretary admission will be charged. The picnic grounds are open for the use of our
guests..
Recital of Chamber Music: Professor Hanns Pick, assisted by Mr.
talies Frantz, PlanIit, and Mr. George Poin r violinist, will present his Southern Illinois Students: Students from Southern Illinois who were
plass of advanced students in Chamber Music in a recital Thursday evening, not at the meeting Tuesday night and who want to go on the picnic next
August 4, at 8:15 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium, as follows: Schumann, Allegro Friday, call Mrs. Rosann, 8988, before 5 o'clock Thursday.
Brillante, from the Quintet for Piano, violins, Viola and 'Cello: Cras, Lento, H. C. Malan
from the Quintet for Harp, Flute, Violin, Viola and 'Cello: Chausson, Con-
certo for Piano, Violin and String Quartet (Decide-Sicilienne, Finale) Mr.
Dalies Frantz, Piano; Mr. George Poinar, Violin): Mozart, Allegro Vicace, TIIIRILLIN G MOTION PICTURES
from the Quartet in G major for 2 violins, Viola and 'Cello: Saint-Saens,
Septet for Trumpet, Violins, Viola, 'Cello, Double Bass and Piano.
Charles A. Sink "ko
Organ Recital: Mr. Guy Filkins, of Detroit, will give the following
program in graduation recital on the big organ in Hill Auditorium, Friday
afternoon, August 5, at 4:15 o'clock, to which the general public is invited: and an interesting story
Bach, Choral Prelude, "Helft mir Gottes Gute Preisen"; Air in D; Toccata
and Fugueln D minor:, Guilmant, Cantabile (Sonata VII): Widor, Scherzo by
(Symphony IV): Franck, Piece Heroique: Russell, Up the Saguenay: Tor-
'jussen, To the Rising Sun: Bonnet, Rhapsoddy Catalane.
Charles A. Sink
Bakcr'. Marionettes: "Tom Sa\vyer" will be presented in five acts by of
the Baker's Marionettes in the University High School Auditorium, Wed-
nesday morning at 11:00. All Summer Session students are invited to at--__
tend. No admission will be charged.
Book Exhibit: There will be an exhibit of school books during, the re-

iainder of the week in the lobby of the University High School, from 9 A{UITORU M
a. m. to p. .IIU
Phi Delta Kappa: he summer initiation of Omega Chapter of Plai Monda 0: 5
Delta Kappa will be held Thursday afternoon, August 4, at four o'clock inM onuay o.J.1,
the Michigan Union. This will be followed at 6:30 by the initiation ban-
Tickets at Mendelssohn
SUMMER SWIM at Theatre Box-office
NewportBeach All Seats Reserved 50e and 75e
Pojrtage Lake AlSO
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.iY I)1 1 L . s ( a Sme1110year, Karl Herzfeld, Unii-
M any of Munich, came here to lec-
, V I ture on his work on the gas theory.
tperts H ere Before 1926, the men who came to
I Michigan for the Summer Sessions
71 1were chiefly occupied in research.
Tnien Y ears The list includes: Paul D. Foote, now
director of the Gulf Refining com-
pany laboratories, whose chief work
1eit enwrg, Breit Give was with ionization phenomena;
Lectures This Year;- W. P. Davey, professor of chemical
L engineering at Pennsylvania State
Others Do Researchc coil e g e, vacuum tubes; Harvey
Fletcher, research physicist with the
(Continued from Page 1) American Telegraph and Telephone
_u _ _ _ _laboratories, a specialist in sound;
founder of a school of theoretical W. L. Bragg, University of Manches-
physics and noted for his work on ter, a Nobel prize-winner for his work
the theory of spectra agd atomic with X-rays; F. A. Saunders, now
structures; Wolfgang Pauli, Univer- head of the department of physics
sity of Zurich, best known for his at Harvard, who is best known for
exclusion principle and the Pauli ef- his work in spectroscopy; and K. T.
fect; H. A. Kramers. University of Compton, formerly of Princeton,
Utrecht, on his second visit, best whose best work has been in the field
known for his work with the disper- of electronic discharge. He is now
sion theory; and J. R. Oppenheimer president of the Massachusetts In-
California Institute of Technology. stitute of Technology.
In 1930, there were Paul S. Ehrei-
fest, University of Leyden, founder To raise funds to pay off a debt
of a school of theoretical physics, an( upon a summer camp Cincinnati girl
known for his work with the kineti scouts baked \and sold 10,000 dozen
theory; Enrico Fermi, University of cookies.
Rome, statistical theories; and Phil-
lip M. Morse, of Princeton university. --- - ----
At the head of the list in 1929 was B GP
E. A., Milne, of Oxford, theory ofBRIGHT SPOT
stars; Edward Condon, Princeton, 802 Packard Street
theory of radio-activity; Karl Herz- TODAY 11:30 to 1:30
feld, Johns Hopkins university; P. A. tswiss Seak
M. Dirac, Cambridge university, rela- Breaded Po k Chop
tiisicquntm hery.and Leon Sauer Kraut With Franks
tiviticquatumthery;Potatoes - Pickied Beet;
Brillouin, University of Paris, ap- Vegetable Plate with Hard-boiled Egg
Potato Salad -- Cold Mea
proximate methods of the quantum Fruit Dessert. Cake, I.cCream
theory, Coffee Milk
H. A. Kramers, then of Rijks uni- 30c
versity, came for his, first visit in 5:30 to 7:30
1928. E. C. Kemble was the other e sou
member of the summer lecture group . Roast Leg of Lamb
that year. His chief work has been Roast Veal, Dressing
Pork Chops
in the field of molecular spectra and swiss steak
he i, fom arvrd.Vegetablie Plate with Roast .,ecf
he is- from arvard. Mashed or Prench Fried Potatoes
In' 1926, Charles E. St. John, of Sliced Tomatoes - Beets - Cole slaw
Pie - Cake - Ice Cream
the Mt. Wilson Solar observatory, Coffee Milk Tea
caine to Michigan to do work with 40c
stellar and solar spectroscopy. The I ____ _-- _ _

(Associated Press Photo)
Mary Roach of St. Louis is ready
to equip Republicans and Democrats
alike with automobile tags boosting
the presidential candidates.

Probe Ritz Tower
Explosion as Toll
Of Dead Reaches 7
NEW YORK, Aug. 2.-VP)-'The
death list had grown to seven today
as officials strove to determine the'
cause of a double explosion that
turned the sub-cellar of the Ritz
Tower, Park avenue skyscraper hotel,
into a narrow-chambered inferno. ,
Two more firemen-torn, burned
and poisoned by fumes-died Mon-
day night after five of their fellows
had died earlier. Several others of
the 25 hurt were in a critical condi-
tion.

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