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O HEALTH SERVICE
"Restoration of normal times in the
University will result in the over-
crowding of the Health service even
more than it now is," state the author-
ities of that department. "Even now
with the ever increasing attendance of
the school, due to the returning of
men from service, the Health service is
not large enough to accommodate the
number that come 'daily for treat-
Doctors Greatly Handicapped
The addition of a small room and a
general rearrangement made a year
ago has tended to relieve the difficulty
somewhat. The office for records and
books is decidedly too small however,
and several doctors have to occupy
the same rooms. Frequently there are
"several persons in one room under-
going medical treatment, a condition
that allows no privacy. When the new
department for eye examinations was
added, it had to be put in the only
private office that remained. As this
has developed into a large and impor-
tant branch, a separate room with spe-
cial equipment will soon have to be
devoted to it.
Suggest New Building
According to the Health service of-
ficials, a new building should be erect-
ed acd located on the north side of
the campus near the gymnasiums. It
should be a two story structure, the
first floor of which should contain a
waiting room for both men and wom-
en. The waiting room should open in-
to examination and treatment rooms,
pharmacy, and offices.
The second floor should have a room
large enough for lecture purposes or
to enable a number of persons to be
examined at once. Freshmen who are
now examined upon entrance into the
University at the gymnasium, could be
taken care of in this room instead. In
time other classes could undergo ex-
aminations at least once a year, assert
authorities on the matter.
Demands Are Many .
Doctors now connected with the
Health service think that the new
building would be used by more stu-
dents than any other building of the
,same size on the campus, as there are
in normal times between 100 and 150
students a day seeking medical at-
tention. Quiet and privacy cannot be
obtained under the present arrange-
WHAT'S GOING ON
9:30-Daily-Gargoyle baseball game
at Ferry field.
1:30-Annual Wesleyan galld picnic
at Three Sisters lake for all young
people of the church and friends.
Meet at Methodist church.
2:80-Presbyterian C. E. Picnic. Meet
at the church.
Michiganenslan staff members who
wish to attend the All-Publications'
banquet next week at the Union,
must sign the list at the offices be-
Tennis Balls and Rackets at Cusfh-
FRESH EVERY FRIDAY
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES
T I C E ' S, 117 South Main St.
CO-OPERATION URGED BETWEEN
YOKOHAMA AND SAN FRANCISCO
Yokohama, May 29. - Co-operation1
between the chambers of commerce of
San Francisco and Yokohama was urg-
ed by President Otani of the Yokohama
organization at a dinner given in honor
of Wallace M. Alexander and Robert
Newton Lynch of San Francisco.
"I hope there will be an encourage-
ment toward arbitration and toward
peace, and I believe that commerce,
whatever it hmay have meant occasion-
ally in the past now means peace,"
said Mr. Otani. "We shall, therefore,
jointly advance peace, and the desti-
nies of our countries will be pro-
moted by the combined action.
Geneva, May 29.-The Swiss govern-
ment has decided to reply negatively
to the allied note concerning the
blockade of Germany if Germany re-
fuses to sign the peace treaty. It is
held that compliance would infringe
Pharmacists Visit Parke-Davis Plant Dean A. B. Stevens of the pharmacy
Pharmacy students of the Univer- college was in charge of the party.
sity journeyed yesterday to Detroit
to visit the laboratories of the Parke- Base Ball Supplies of all kinds at
Davis chemical company. Cushing's.=-Adv.
,OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 308 S. STATE ST.
Desk Lamps and
Suitable for student use. Our line includes various
standard types of Desk Lamps. Price, $2.75 and up.
Repair work done quickly and at moderate rates by
Washtenaw Eledtric Shop
"The Shop of Quality"
200 East Washington St. Phone 237
SIDE-CARS TO COMPETE
WITH PARIS TAXICA
your Trunks, Bags, and Suit
rom F. W. Wilkinson. Trade
I one. Phone 24. 326 N. Main
I pay you to go a little out of
ay to have Lyndon, Photo-
do your Amateur finishing.-
(By Associated Press)
Paris, May 29.-Taxicabs are to have
a new competitor in the streets of
Paris, thanks mostly to the American
army. Five hundred side-cars are to
be licensed to ply for hire at about 20
cents a mile.
The American army has made great
use of aide-cars in Paris and their
handiness has appealed ;to everybody.
Of course there is the drawback that
a side-car can only carry one passen-
ger but official statistics show that
between 50 and 60 per cent of taxicabs
have only one passenger.
Toilet Waters and Perfumes
Very select products, and as usual from
the best makers.
The Eberbach & Son Co
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.
University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
More than 300 courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
iniversity. All University facilities available
Literature, Science, and the Arts. Engineering
and Architecture, Pharmacy. Graduate Study,
Library Methods, Biological Station, Embalm-
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June 30-- August 22; Medicine and Surgery.
June 30-August 8; Law, June 23-July 26 and
July 28-August 30.
[he work is equivalent in method, character and credit value
o that of the academic session, and may be counted toward de-
rees. Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
ial lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
tudent body. Delightful location. Expense low.
For further information, address
T. E. RANKIN
Rx 20. Ann Arhr. Minhinan