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HOSPITAL MEMBERS
HOLD CONVENTION

DRASTIC ACTiON TAKEN TO the g'eat coating of mud over every BLUE BOO:
REPAIR DAMAGE IN PUEBLO collection of debris. A careful check sizes at Cushy
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Members of the Michigan State
~health officers' declaredLthe itUation t.iiclis «Prp rl~ i fl m t t.

, JUNE 7, 1921.

Number 176.

,1 Science Auditorium, Room B Law, Physics West Lecture
st Gallery in Memorial Hall, Room 101 Economics, and Room
Hall are reserved during the examination period, as follows:
Tuesday, 2-5, for Economics 1, 39, 47, and 29.
Wednesday, 2-5, for History, 2, 2a, 2b.
Friday,, 2-5, for Mathematics C, 1, 1E, 2, 51, 52.
3 Monday, 2-5, for French 2 and Spanish 2.
i Science Auditorium and Room B Law Building are reserved
t Monday, 2-5, for Philosophy f; Natural Science Auditorium on
' Tuesday, 2-5, for Psychology 7.
B Law, Physics West Lecture Room and Physics East Lecture
at Gallery Memorial Hall, Room 101 Economics, Room 202 Tap-
Room- 205 Mason Hall, and Room 106 University Hall are re--
the second Tuesday, 205, for Rhetoric 2.
onflicts with above arrangements should be immediately noted;
'rther requests for roomns for examinations.
hours, W. F., 11-11:30, Tu. Th., 3-3:30, or telephone to the Dicta-
ce, 108 Campus. L. C. KARPINSKI,
Chairman, Committee on Rooms.
it of Romance Languages:
ist monthly luncheon of the staff will be on Wednesday, June 8,
at the Michigan Union. A. G. CANFIELD.
'hysics Colloquium will meet in Room 202, Physics building, at
on Tuesday, June 7. At this time Mr. P. H. Geiger will speak on
-uction of Electricity by Crystals", and Mr. W. N. St. Peter will
"The Dissociation of Hydrogen and Nitrogen by Electronic Im-
11 interested, are cordially invited to attend.
I R. A. SAWYER.
hose who were absent from the 3rd. examination in Heredity, an
examination will be given Tuesday, June 7, in Room Z-355, Nat-
ce building, at 4 p. m. A. FRAKLIN SHULL.
search Club:
egular meeting will be held this evening 'at 6 o'clock.
R. 0. BRIGHAM, Secretary.
Chemical Society, U. of hi. Section:,-
W. Sullivan, Jr., will address the University of Michigan Sec-
e American Chemical Society on Tuesday, June 7, at 4:15 p. m.
151 of the Chemistry building.
ct: "Diphenyl-beta-naphthyl-methyl".,
terested are cordially invited to attend.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.

Hospital association meet here today
and tomorrow in a convention of three
sessions. The first will be held at 2
o'clock this afternoon at the Union.
Reports of committees will be heard.
Rev. W. M. Puffer, trustee of Bronson
hospital, Kalamazoo,N will speak on
"The Hospital and the World's Life".
Dr. Hugh Cabot, professor of surgery
at the University 'AMedical hschool,
talks on "Avoidance of Psychological
Damage in the Care of Hospital Pa .
tients". 'Standardization from the
Standpoint of the Small -16spital",
will be the subject upon which Father
Michael Bourke, superintendent of
Catholic hospitals in Michigan,
speaks. Presenting "Some Problems
of the Small Hospital", Miss Jose-
phine Halverson, of the Port Huron
hospital, concludes the program for
the first session.
The second session opens at 8
o'clock this evening in Pattengill and-
itorium, when Frank E. Chapman, di-
rector of the Mount Sinai hospital,
Cleveland, Ohio, presents "The Re-
sults to Date of the Cleveland Hospi-
tal Survey'. President Marion L. Bur-
ton will then" address the meeting.
Because of the importanq of the. pa-
per to be presented by Mr. Chapman,
this meeting will be open to the pub-
lic and all who are interested in the
hospital question are cordially invit-
ed to attend. A musical program will
be furnished by the University School
of 'Music.
Dr. W. J. V. Deacon, Epidemiologist
of the state department of health, at
Lansing, will open the third session
at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at
the Union, when he speaks on "The
Need for Hospital Facilities for the
Care of Communicable Diseases". Dr.
W. L. Babcock, superintendent' of
Grace hospital, Detroit, will have
charge of the Round Table discussion,
which will be followed by election of
officers.
Did you' ever try usin The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv. t
Daily advertising will spell prosper-,
ity for you.-Adv.

was well in hand.
Recovery of bodies is progressing,
slowly since searchers are impeded'
by the slowly receding waters and by

Charles Mesa, six miles away. Many
bodies probably never will be found
as they were carried away by the
terrific force of the flood..

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ting of all instructors of Spanish 2 at 5 o'clock p. m.
om 204 S. W. P. E. BURSLEY.

ents .having in their possession books drawn from the University
are notified that ill such books are due Saturday, June 11, on ac-
the approaching end of the semester.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
y and Lantern Night:
ity nembers and their wives are cordially invited to attend the
ield. Day and Lantern Night on Palmer Field, today, Tuesday, June
events will begin at 4 p. m. and May Pole dances, followed by
ern Procession at 7:30 p. in. MARION O. WOOD.
itudents in Business Administration and Meehanical Engineering:
ficer of the Peerless Weighing Machine Company will meet stu-
esday,-June 7, from 1:30 to 5:30 p. m. in Room 221, New Engineer-
ing. The Peerless Weighing Machine Comjiany has several posi-
,n all over the United States for ambitious boys of first class char-
iod pay to start with, and all expenses paid. F. A. MICKLE.
Seniors who have' subscribed to the Michigan Alumnus and are
;o, one of the official alumni buttons. or stickpins, may now obtain
presenting their receipts at the Treasurer's Office or at the Alumni
the Memorial building. -Every senior who has not subscribed and
a button is urged to do so before Commencement.
WILFRED B. SHAW, Alumni. Secretary. .
ors of the Faculty and Students Interested in Hospitals or Social
Velfare Work:
Michigan Hospital Association meets in Ann Arbor June 7 and 8.
;day evening session will -be held in the High School Auditorium
g at 8 o'clock and is open to the general public."
c will be furnished by the University School of Music. Frank E.
, Superintendent of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, will pre-
results, to date, of the Cleveland Survey, and the report should be
to all who are interested in either Hospital or Social Service work.
'ey. was the most extensive hospital survey ever undertaken in this
and cost $67,000.00. In many ways it has revolutionized the ideas
riously as to the relations between hospitals and the public. Fol-
r. Chapman,'President Burton will speak to thie Association.
C. G. PARNALL, President.
ers of Masques:
ues will hold a meeting to elect officers for next year and to an-,
ie returns from the play, today, Tuesday, at 3:30 o'clock, in the west
Barbour Gymnasium. A. L. MITCHELL.

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AT' S GOING ON
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;ing of Republican club to
cers, room 304, Union.
rctant meeting and final
of freshman band, Uniyer-
. Election of officers.
-club meets to elect of.
om 306, Union.
Ing of Saginaw club, Union.'
ness meeting of Aalamazoo
club, Lane hall.a

meet 'at 4 o'clock today in Chimes
office, Union.
Members of Glee and Mandolin clubs
who order'ed pins can obtain them
from 1:30 tQ 4 o'clock this afternoon
in room.308, Union.
By order of its president, the Varsity
band will meet at 3:20 o'clock this
afternoon in front of Hill auditorium
in order to meet the returning base-
ball team. The members of the!
band should not wear uniforms.

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