.1 Association of
60 men of the Uni-
C. corps will leave
camps. at Fort Mon-
uster and the Aber-
oumds at Aberdeen,
er the close of the
e camps will last
July 17 for the R. O.
er the control of the
y trainnfig camps
dvery year. Major
rday that about half
ille the rest would be
bile the rest would be
en the other camps.
A department that promises to lend
life and interest to the Alumnus is
first published in the issue of that pub-
lication that was mailed yesterday. It
is called "With the .Muffler Open" and
it consists of a series of short, live
articles on events of campus interest
and near interest. Most of the con-
tents of the section in this number
blend into a humorous vein, a dis-
tinctly new and highly appreciated
feature for the Alumnus.
Aside from inaugurating this new
department, the weeks issue of the'
Alumnus features a recent gift of
John Anderson, '90L, to the Univer-
sity. Mr. Anderson has bought and
contributed a number of ancient
imanuscripts recently unearthed near
the city of Tebtunis in Egypt and
brought to the United States by Pro-
fessor Kelsey on his return from a
period of study in that country. They
manuscripts are being translated. by
Prof. A. E. 3oak, of the history de-
Accounts of the recent lectures by
poets in Ann Arbor and some data on
the southern trip of the varsity nine
and of their first home game com-
pletes the issue.
Medical Museums and the Association
of American Pathologists. Other mem-
bers of the medical faculty who will
read papers at the congress are Dr.
Louis H. Newburgh, professor of in-
ternal machine, Dr. Frederick G. Novy,
p rofessor of bacteriology, and r.
Charles W,. Edmunds, of the Health
service. Dr. Carl D. Camp, Dr. R.
Bishop Canfield, and Dr. Walter R.
Parker likewise plan to attend the
Players Club Elects Officers
Max Erbaugh,,'23, was elected presi-
dent of the Players club for the en-
suing year Wednesday night at the
annual election of the club. Louise
Graham, '23, was elected vice-presi-
dent, .vhile M. Lucile Welty, '23Ed,
was chosen secretary and Kenneth
Robertson, '24L, treasurer.
to be Limited
led the unlimtied at-
camps so only those
their junior and sen-
,. O. T. C. are eligible
Men attending the
rters, equipment, and
regular army pay of
e 40 cents a day rate
the University will
the men leave for
action will be
atic sports, and
.ing. The quar-
rt of the camp1
d Men, Eligible
n s for commissions
corps will 'find that
rough former service
the R. O. T. C. civil-
ks for admission to
s.may be secured at
headquarters in the
ing, only men be-
of 17 and 27 being
soldiers spent Tues-
ile enroute to Camp
amp for the R. 0. T.
ich will spend sev-
1n taining this sum-
PROFESSORS. P LAN
TO ATTENI) ANNUA L
MEDICAL M E E TING
Several Local I'Faculty Men Will Read
Papers 'Before Congress
Several members of the faculty of,
the Medical school will attend' the:
Twelfth Congress of Internal Medi-
cine and Surgery which is to be held
itMay 1-5, at Washington, D. C. Dr.
Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medical
schcol, will leave Ann Arbor Sun-
Dr. Aldred S. Warthin, professor of
path'oiogy, left last night. Dr. War-
thin will' read papers before the In-
ternational Association of Medical Mu-
seums, the Association of American
Pathologists, and the Association of
American Physicians. His lectures
will be supplemented with lantern
slide demonstrations of original re-
search work carried on in the patho-
logical laboratory of the Medical
school. He also will attend meetings
of three medical councils of which
~he is a member.
Dr. Carl Weller, also of the patho-
logy department, will deliver papers
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