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Published: Thursday, 5/20/2004

DELTA: WILL IT WORK? WILL IT? . . . IT DID. IT DID.

NBR  Alisa Shelt, 3, of Wauseon, Ohio adds salt to a beaker of water to enable the golf ball she is holding to float. It was one of the science experiments that were offered by the outreach department of Ann Arbor, Michigan's "Hands-on Museum" for York Elementary School's Science Night on May 13, 2004. At right is five-year old Mallory (cq) Herman of Liberty Center. Alisa's mother Michelle Shelt, a fourth grade teacher at the Delta, Ohio school, is holding her hands. Jetta Fraser/Blade NBR Alisa Shelt, 3, of Wauseon, Ohio adds salt to a beaker of water to enable the golf ball she is holding to float. It was one of the science experiments that were offered by the outreach department of Ann Arbor, Michigan's "Hands-on Museum" for York Elementary School's Science Night on May 13, 2004. At right is five-year old Mallory (cq) Herman of Liberty Center. Alisa's mother Michelle Shelt, a fourth grade teacher at the Delta, Ohio school, is holding her hands. Jetta Fraser/Blade
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Michelle Shelt, a fourth-grade teacher at York Elementary in Delta, helps her daughter, Alisa, 3, of Wauseon add salt to a beaker as Mallory Herman of Liberty Center looks on expectantly.

NBR  Alisa Shelt, 3, of Wauseon, Ohio has added so much salt to a beaker of water that she has enabled a golf ball to float. It was one of the science experiments that were offered by the outreach department of Ann Arbor, Michigan's "Hands-on Museum" for York Elementary School's Science Night, May 13, 2004. At right is five-year old Mallory (cq) Herman of Liberty Center. Alisa's mother Michelle Shelt, a fourth grade teacher at the Delta, Ohio school, is behind her. Jetta Fraser/Blade NBR Alisa Shelt, 3, of Wauseon, Ohio has added so much salt to a beaker of water that she has enabled a golf ball to float. It was one of the science experiments that were offered by the outreach department of Ann Arbor, Michigan's "Hands-on Museum" for York Elementary School's Science Night, May 13, 2004. At right is five-year old Mallory (cq) Herman of Liberty Center. Alisa's mother Michelle Shelt, a fourth grade teacher at the Delta, Ohio school, is behind her. Jetta Fraser/Blade
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The experiment was to show how salt helps a golf ball to float - one of several offered by the outreach department of Ann Arbor's Hands-on Museum at the school's science night last Thursday.



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