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THE MI

THECHIGAN DAILY

ER CURSES'
Public Service Chows
2As One O F our
Centers'

xwom en, regardless of the number of l
~courses taken. In addition to the'
regular courses there will be lectures'
BHGTOpractically every afternoon or evening.0~SIM
KRUEER T FEAURE UTIE ONULY1
AV T IT English Physlcb-t To Instruct Mere
I 1911CNGH TT IGT Four Weeks During
Suni~er

ies on July 14. Hie will lecture for
a period of four weeks, leaving Aug-
ust 7 to attend meetings of the Brit-
ish Association for the Advancement
of Science In Toronto August 13-17.
There will be two graduate courses
given by Professor Bragg, assisted by
Prof. George A. Lindsay, of the de-
partment here. They will concern
!X-Ray crystal analysis and recent. con-
tributions in the field of X-Rays/
Professor Lindsay will conduct the,
courses for the first three w eeks, and
upon the arrival of Professor Bragg,
the latter will continue in.the advanc-
Eed work.

Professor Bragg with his father,
Prof. William H. Bragg, have been
awarded the Nobel prize for their work
on crystal analysis of X-Rays, a field
in which they were the pioneers and!
in which they achieved great success.
Today Is "Al" Day.
SLEEP MNYWII.JERE, BUT
THlE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

Spend Your
Vacation in
EUROPE

;', A[)PULI UCEALTI (Conitinued from Page One)
iWC21QTJON TO BE OiFFEREDI of writing, particularly in the second
Movement, in romantic vein. Both
the first and last movements are of
uncement was made yesterday r'apid LtrmpP and br illiant. NIMr.
an Eidward H:V Kraus of the Christian has played this con terto,
r Session concerning the corn- ith the orchestra in Chicago pre-y
curses and faciulty for the pro- viously this season with great s-uc-l
tbe offered here in hygiene cess
ur~blic health. The~1 Summer The entire programi, in the order in
1has been designated by the which it will be Offered, folows:
States Public Health Service Overure, "Secr~et of
of the four (enters at which Suzann" . . V. . Wlf-Ferra
!ti cn in 'u b i c 'h ea lh , w ill b e A ria, "A n y d ie -lo ffn u n g " .. .LB e e thin ven, d r n t h s u m r o 19 "a a e C z g r
the opinion of Dean Kraus Twvo Noturnes for
tst coursesto be offered here Orchestra.............. Debussy
of special interest to public. Clouds-Festivals ,
nurses, sanitary engineers, j Songs with orchestra:;......Schubert1
iol.ogists, medico-social work-, a) 'Dem unendlichen
3:ical educaitors, public 'health i)' Der Tod and Oas Madchen j
orians, public health statistic- c). Standchen
cl-ool healthi supervisors, recre- Lladame Krueger
supiervisors, child welfare Concerto for organ and
s,~ public health administrators GI-cestra, No. 1 ......DAeLamnarter
1 others interested in public Palmer Christian and Chicago

WILL ("IYE TWO CIADIJATE j
COURSES TAT FIELD OF X-RAY
Prof. Williami L. Bragg, professor of;
ph~ysics a'ddano tefaculty of sci-
eflces at Victoria university of Ma~n-
chester, England. who is to teach here
inr the summer session, has notified
P of., Harrison 1M. Randall, head of;
te physics departm~ent,, that he willj
arrive here in time to take up his dut-
i Slections from Tristan and
Isolde .. . ...... Wagner
a)j Introduction-Tristan's Vis-
ion7-Arrival of. the Ships--
t Isolde's Love Death.
SMadame K$rueger
8Thie concert will begin promnptly at
fo'clock and patrons are requested
to b~e in their seats by that time. The
doors will be closed during numbers.
~Motor ears brill, discharge their~ pass-
engers at the side entrance on Thayer
street,. and may be parked north of the

booklet on the courses
summner is now available' Aria, "Det
e of the Summer Session! Tannhai
Lhal. The session 'will "-~--
ne 23 this year and end

orchestra auditorium on TFhayer and} also on
Intermission Ingalls Street.
ar H"-all of Song," from - --
nser Wagner 'Tod4ay is. "li~" flry.-_

LOOK F~OR >THIS NAME ON THE NECKBAND
Thnis tie is proud
y Of t its asociationsJ r'
4 7LIKE attracts like, and Chendy
idCravats are proud of their as-
* 4 sociation with well-dressed college
4men. M~oreover, the confidence
which men, place in the name
Cheney is a constant inspiration to
surpass their expectation of correct-
nless of style, excellence of m~aterials
4 and beauty of patterns.
ALSO TUBULARS AND BAT WINGS
* . Made by
J. It. WUERTit 31ACK & CO.
N. F. ALLEN )VADIMS & CO.

1
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' SIG JA jUROPEAN Tour now at less
ZXcost thani a vacation atseauideand
mountain resorts of this country.
Entire Third Cabin Tourist Class Ac-
commodations of the famous "0" steam-
ers of the Royal Mail reserved for stu-
dents, teacher's, artists and tourists.
Pleasant, airy staterooms (accommoda-
ting 2, 4 or 6 persons). Excellent food; amnple deck space for walking,
dancing, games, etc.; courteous service. All the essentials of travel com-
fort, without the costly luxuries of de luxe travel.
Cost of living abroad still low due to rate of'.exchange.
Inclusive Tours providing for all expenses, hotel and travel, through
United Kingdom, (British Exhibition), to France, (Olympic Games),,
Switzerland, Germany, etc. at most moderate rates. Quotations, varied
according to itinerary, on application.
Make up a party of your classmates, and take advantage of this oppor-
tunity to see the "Old World."
Special inducerxnents to organizers of parxties.
University Tourist special sailings from New York
ORfltTA...June 7th.......Cherbourg, Southampton, Hamburg
ORCA:.......June 21st......Cherbourg, Southampton, Hamburg
ORDIUNA..July 5th......Plymouth, Belfast, Greenock

Special
UniversitV Tours
0$ Round
~16O Trip
$325 up including all expenses

,.
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Voted. lust4ctors
on; the non-resident members
e faculty in the hygiene depart-
this summier will be Prof. il-
Ro.senau of Harvard university,
George C. Whipple, also of Har-±
andI the sanitary engineering de-
nent there,. Prof. E. V. McCollum
e John~s Hopkins School of Fly- rA ~ iMT nAk
'Prof. E. R. Hayhurst of thei CLAIRE Y ~8i" i
one department at Ohio State;
rsity and Prof. C. WV. Stiles of KI
Jnited States Pubhlic HI-ealth Ser-; -/ y ° Ir i
,,eral directors from various la-
oDres and public health' comn- tO 1KT B
oners will also teach here this
ier. These include Richard Olin,
gan commissioner; Henry': IN
-hn, Detroit commissioner; C. C.j
gdirector of Mlichigan Bureau 1
Io o tes;Mcan uriDeauanofT he Little (
aforaofthe ie Mao riDeauaof
ation, and others.
Local :11en Named4 ta
ong the resident profess~r ro i
i. Hugh Cabot of tlh.e ! >2 AILS .
ol, Prof. Reuben Peter n6 i
acterioolo .dFpaQt Noy f
bactScholol, pr tFme~n, erv
lWhitney of the Schl ~of tu= 4
nProf. G. C. Huber of tl I At AI
cal School, Prof. A. :S arjhj,
he Medcal SchoolI admah'
s prromiinent in theirTieds.
es for these courses ge:i
be $32.00 for men and$1.0fr'

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laboratory tes t the Panama hat
jnd to be the coolest, to say!
g of its being the most corn1-
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after ,wearing the Panama, Soft
and Straw Sailor in the sun for
lours:
,arna coolest, tempertaure 77.91
tFelt- next, temperature .. ..79.71

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