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The Wolverine, 1916-07-20

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THE WOLVERINE

Jolnson, A. A. Rather, H. J. Ryscamp,
)EAINSIIIP E. B. Shaggs, I. E. VanderZalm.
'Nures Certificates from the Homoe-
One) opathie School-Bessie Stickler, Mary
V'ermiotL. Bartle, Ethel M. La Point, Ethel
o rmu ntsMoes, Lilian Kalmbach.
B.S. in Forestry-Ernest John All-
Engineer- m endinger, Simeon Rexford Black,
ark, gradu lelvin Ira Bradner, Albert Keene Gal-
At Harvard, laway, Raymond Frederick Grefe, Wal
Asa Gray, ter Ehresmann Jotter, Owen Lloyd
onnected Lovejoy, Frederic Joachim William
Sol, Lester Charles Staudt, Harold
lepartment. Lorenzo Tandy.
ithe Mic-
toomanof B.S.- Charles Edward Anderson,
ill be con- Donald Kay Bacon, Charles Ancil Bos-
ay roll, worth, Harold Mathee Bowcock, Arvid
for wider. - Waldema r Erickson, Roy Marke Green-
the Engin1 th,1, Po Shue Lo, Clement llooven
1MarshaI, Juan ttodriguez, Gaillard
so aided in Peter Willtt.
stically. A.B.-Joseph Moses Arnof, George
in highway Pomeroy Becker, Isador Solomon Bee-
stry is in- ker, Sanmoel Louis Cohen, Joseph Ray
Porter H. Cotton, Saluda Chapman Drenning,
o were ap- Mark Fkkema, John Francis Foran,
trical engi.- William Henry Fort, Jr., Porter
and H. C. Graves of the class of 1896, Leon
instructors, Greenehaom, Wallace Clare Hall, Har-
sistant, in ry Emmanuel Johnson, Leroy Charles
d Albert B. Johnson, John Francis Jordan, Amelia
structors in Roea Kaden, Sadie MacFarland, Fred-
as appoint- erick E. Parsons, Elder Alexander Por-
These ap- fec, Arthur August Rather, -George
effect this Robbert, Samuel Edward Rosenfeld,
Charles Howard Ross, Henry Jacob
were given Ryskamp, Ernest Burton Skaggs,
Jacob Egert Smitter, William David
Stinson, Peter VanBeek, Francis Bulk-
r E. Bond, ley Vedder, Hugo Theo Wagenseil,
Deomn, Frank Wilbur Wood, George Piper
rt B. WV~is- W'sood, Arthur Needam Bacon.
Albert N. *z*sesossa s *
rd, Bert A. *
rd. REN GIIEET WOODLAND *
Walter E. * $PLAYERS*
Harold S. 0 Campus TIlheater
res A. Ev- * Afternoon performances at 3
, Florence * Evening performances at 8 *R
'illiam Gel- * ---._
Carl D. La * Friday afternobn, "A. Comedy
William A.* o7 Errors."
Friday evening, "Much Ado*
McCall. * About Nothing."
eney, '14, * Saturday afternoon, "As You
Mas Y. Mc- Like it,"*
, James F. * Saturday evening, "Romeo and
* uliet."
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The Shoe Repair
Han Will Starve
And it was "Boots, boots, boots
slogging up and down, boots, boots,
boots, moving on to classes." But now
the march is stilled.
Never again will the old grad feel
the old familiar cobble stones. Never
again will the freshman stumble when
he hurries home from State street
1with howling voices back of him.
Never again will dainty satin clad feet
pick their way among the puddles as
he gallantly steers the dainty damsel
to her domicile.
When the class of '17 make their
final march over the campus next year
they will miss something. When the
last homeward traveler comes across
the campus next year he will not be
chilled by a step into an icy puddle.
What is the reason for all this
change in the order of the world? The
old tar walk across the diagonal has
been torn up and a new concrete one
put in Its place.
PROF. ALLEN DE1I ONS'ITRAE0 !TES
TO ENGINEERING CONVENTION
3lichigan Chapter of Society of Heating
and Ventilating Meets Here
Today
Prof. John R. Allen, president of the
Mielsiga, chapter of the Amberican
Society of heating and Ventilating
Engineers, will demonstrate today to
the members of the convention of the
society, a new factor in the calcula-
tion of heat transmission through
building material. The demonstration
will be the result of five years in-
vestigation on the part of Professor
Allen, and the discussion of the prob-
lem will be the first time his discov-
eries have been made public.
The semi-annual meeting of the
heating and ventilating engineers of
the United States began, Wednesday,
in Detroit, at the Motel Statler. Mem-
bers to the number of 120 were pres-
ent for the first session and an enroll-
ient of 200 is expected before the
convention ends, Friday, according to
W. F. McDonald, secretary of the
Michigan chapter of the society.
In an annonymous paper on "Clean,
'ure Air for Cities," it as said that
some factory chimneys may be a
nuisance even at the distance of a
mile and that there are cases known
shere chimneys have been a nuisancee
at the distance of two miles. In cor-
rection of this cinder and dust col-
lector was described which has proved
highly efficient in New York city.
Other papers read Wednesday were
"Tests of Practional Vlves'" y
James A. Donnelly, "Commercial Dry-
ing Apparatus," by L. P. Dwyer, and
"Ventilation of Garages," by C. W.
Obert.
Thuersday's session of the conven-
tion will be held in the engineering
building. The members of the conven-
tion will leave Detroit by special inter-
urban cars, at 8 o'clock, Thursday
morning. Following the discussions,
dinner will be served in Barbour gym-
nasium, and later there will be an or-
gan recital in Hill auditorium.
"YOUR RAILROAD ROUTING
CHANGED AND A ATER
TRIP ARRANGED"
D. & C. Lake Line Accepts Railway
Tickets
All classes of tickets reading via the

Michigan Central, Wabash and Grand;
Trunk Railways between Detroit,'
Cleveland and Buffalo in either direc-
tion are available for transportation
on A. & C. Daily Line Steamers. This
arrangement enables the travelers be-
tveen eastern and western states to
forsake the hot, dusty cars andenjoy
the delights of a cool night's rest en
route. Send two cent stamp for book-
let and Great Lakes Map..
Address Dept.,R.,
Detroit &Cteeland Naigilion Co.,
Detroit, Hich.

SuMMer School Boo
And Supplies
SHEEHAN'S
Students' Bookstore
NEW MANAGEMENT

PHENOMENA O D EAYENS
IIEVEILEG IN LECIUE
Dr. Hssey Lectures on "Trend of
Modern Astronomy" Before
Interested Audience
Dizzy with the idea of hurtling
through space at the rate of a million
miles a day, a large crowd sat intense-
ly interested in the science auditorium
Tuesday afternoon when Professor W.
J. Hussey delivered his lecture on the
"Trend of Modern Astronomy." Prof.
Hussey showved how the discoveries of
Newton, Benel and others have simpli-
fled astronomy and influenced our op-
inions regarding celestial and terres-
tial phenomena.
Telescopes, photographical appara-
tus,. among these the . spectroscope,
have influenced this science greatly.
"The spectroscope and camera," said
Prof. Hussey, "have a larger place in
modern astronomy. The naked eye
can perceive a difference in light qual-
ity of the stars. The spectrum of a
red star, approaching us, shows a
violet spectrum; moving away, it
shifts toward red. This fact has been
used in determining our velocity
through space. The velocity is in-
creased as the earth and a star ap-
proach and decreased as they leave
one another. Our rate of speed has
been found to be about 12 miles per
second."
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