Clipped From The Coe College Cosmos

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instructor Alpha members to be Epsilon be but ! I ! A 71 /f Z-» i son ' and cliffor1 Soukup. JT\.re IViemOerS \ At the meeting of Kelvin society Norris ' held Tuesday night Dr. Paul C. James ," Greene, instructor m psychology, and Miss Clare E Rundle, "instructor in ' V ( oc f O home economics, were elected to bership. Advanced science students who were made associate members are Sam Patterson. Agnes Johnston, Fred Telecky, and Robert Kosanke, geol-! Of Kelvin Group R U th Beitel, Mary Ellen McLeod, Roy Ricklefs, Paul Dougan, Hollis Wall, and Douglas Eastwood, zoology. Others elected to associate member- Primiose Selden, Robert Foulkes, and James Zoller. chemistry; Mary Jo ship are Maurice Estes, Darrel Cos- lello Charles Ralston, Philip Evans, Johnson, philosophy and psychology; and Dale Branchflower, Cleo Byera, Rajmond Churchill, Mehm Clark, | Arthur Vetter, Augustus Pusateri. i i \ £nn_ j T . JaCkS ° n ' A h e open forum meeting reports were gnen by various members. Dr. LeR 0 ; D. Weld, professor of physics, discussed Epsilon Aurigae, a bmar; : one o f t h e stars of as large as the sun. Dr Karl A Stiles, professor of biol- ony told of tracing the inheritance of a short metacarpal bone through several generations. Dr. W. E. Owen mentioned the use of iodine in treating some cases of tuberculosis. The effects of alcohol and tobacco on blood pressure were discussed by Dr. F. W Mulsow, who said that reports indicate that smoking and the use of alcohol increase high blood pressure and tend to shorten life in some cases. Dr. Leonard R. Wilson, assistant professor of geology and botanj, sliDivecl colored slides of the life his- ;orv of Wisconsin lakes. | j I

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  1. The Coe College Cosmos,
  2. 16 Nov 1938, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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