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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1925

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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PLAN ENGINEERING South African
;,IlfY! Ifi U CMoV llusk Type
2SUMMER OURSES rght Here,

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$~eeiiie t~ ee NedsofTeahes, After becing in South Africa for
Gr'aduate Stuidenits, aiid nerl y ear, TAiss Mina L. Winslow,
Spbecialists curator o?' iiiolluslks for the zoology
m"useumn, has returned t o the Univer-
INCLUDES RESEARCH sity li inging with her a large :olle(t-
- ~ tion. !. jirmeipal part of her col-
Nine courses, with adlditional re- l(,ct ion c~ n ; gofspecimfenls of Mar-1
searchwokwilomisthcu- r;Iwaea1(laImols.
3iculum torbe oferedoin pElectrical en- real,,:(tiltcte ad lints, alarges
gineering in the Summer session. She alc"01ollnctedanseabot,4a0lre
:Courses in the department are ntilear of hnteands. u 00rp
.panned to meet the needs of stu-
dents in engineering and architecture, Miss WinslIow left here last April
of teachers in high' schools and col- and arr ived ini Capetown in the middle
leges, of graduate students, and spe- qutarters inay eletliton, htownear-
cialist engineers. For advanced work qCapeown nWellington istu nae
in research, permission of department Cpt~n 11Wligo sstae
Aeads is reqluired. Students will Huugnenot University college, which
worz uderthesuervsio ofa ft-was foundled by American women as
ulty member, but will plan and carryhar:oteUnvsiyfSuh -1
out the work themselves, submitting 1rica.
a. report in the form of a thesis atI In June Miss Winslow went with a
the close of the term. party to visit Victoria Falls and the
"our courses will be offered, in ruins of the Great Zimbabwe in South-
electrical apparatus and circuits, un- jern itotesia. here she left the party
''er the supervision of Profs. A. D. andI went on a collecting trip, stop-
Moore, H. H. Hiigbie, B. F. Bailey,. ping at. cities along the way where
and Instructors J. S. Gault and S. S. she secured aidl from museums and
Attwood. The first course is designed University people. Her itinery in-
chiefly for students seeking degrees cluded i'ie1tor .a, Johnannesburg, Piet-
in electrical engineering, while course ermaritzburn, iDurban, Bloemfontein,!
2a is intended for engineering stu- East London, Grahamstown, P~ort
dents other than electrical. Course 3 Elizabeth, and George.
w~il be devoted chiefly to the study of Miss Winslow arrived back in Well-
the operatig characteristics of alter- j ington at thre end of October and sail-
nating-current motors and generators. ed for France late in November. She!
Professor Higbie will direct the spent several months in southern
,-vrk ins illumination and photometry,Frneoavctinbfe returning
uxoviidinL'- n tp(ioi~. h iv fnr all ito America.

f Prepare U.S. Diplomatic Course
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With European diplomacy again in turmoil as a. result of the death
blow dealt the plan to outlaw war contained- in thre Geneva p~roio(ol, a
careful course is beint; charted by A. lanson B. B ou~ghton, new :nbasadlor
to Great Britain, before dleparting for London. lie is s'en (left) in con-
ference in WVashington with the secre tary of state, Frank: R Kellogg.
POSTOFFIC ETREC1-'EIVES DOUBLE
i AMOUNT OF MAIL THAT LEA VT 1'S,
More than twice the amount of mail to him in his ov n car t hat noo. Mr,
comes into Ann Akbor than goes out, Pack 'made two trips from the oitice
according to a statement made yester-; to h,:s car with bundles of mail undierI
day by Postmaster A. G. Pack, of the each arm.
local office. '"Students do not realize tho volume
The _mail for members of the fac- !of mail which this office handles dinl-
ulty of -the UnTiiversity forms a large ing the school year," Mr. Pack con-
percent age of the matter handled by eiluded.
the local office. Mr. Pack explained
that professors andI instructors belong
I o n int c in F - .:,L, cU,

IToday's jutesl bit : TDo you think
that a boxing show has any attraction
for Women?I
3 Mere asked: Angell hall.
I Th answers: Anne Reynolds, '25.
- "I think boxing shows have attrac-
lion for sonie women, but can't see
any reason why they should. Per-
sonally, I think it's the most uniny-
teresting sport there is, and never
enjoy a movie when there is boxing

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P. B. Harding
21S E If uron St. Phone 38.1"W

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in it. I think most people get little Combat reigns supreme."
entertainment out of seeing two peo- IGeorge Annable, '28.-"Ther ,
ple wrestle with one another." be ,n a# raction for women.
S. D. Clayton, '27.-"Indeed, boxing sonally, i think it is not the for
is a good sport which attracts al - them."
most everybody. Since women takeF
Interest in all sorts of other athletics, I Naples, Marc&' 1.7.- -e t'oyal corn-
they, in my estimation, will take mnissioner has e tiidt all
interest in it here." visitors except ','~ esiastics,
Mary Cutting, secretary to the as- and public . .s:v ed in
sistant dlean: ',I certainly do, only: the perform: . must
the present atmosphere not con-' par, a rc our;~ ent f
ducive to the attendance of women." the priec :of
G . W l c , J . 2 . " o h .fem inine lust for blood is the equal if A d
not the superior of the male's, Wit- Read the XWant lds
ness the average married couple.
Drugs Kodaks
Try Our Fountains
for
I That Spring Fever
Our Specials are the talk of the Campus.
Drop in between classes or in the after-
noon. Table service.
Calking - Fletcher Drug Col.
:3-Dependabje Store"-
324 S. State St. Cor. F. and S. University Ave.
Corner State and Pa~ckard
We Made Malted Milks Famous.
Candies Sodas

,work in lighting. It treats of genera-
t on, measurement, and control of
light from the engineering viewpoint.
Other courses which will be offered
are, principles of electricity and mag-
netism; dlesign of electrical machinery
andl appliances'; power plants, trans-
mission, and distribution; andIelec-
tro-mechanics.

Photostat Room'
Will Be Moved!
Location of the photostat room in
the natural science building will be+(
changed to new quarters in the, base-M
mnent of the general library some time
this week. The department* is underI

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whi~ch
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trade
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t"Friendly S hak e" the. di rection of' Mrs.^A. M. Woodford, recip~iI
and is used in enlarging and reducingI of the
M akes Fl11U Sprea7d, drawings used in connection with the; univer
teaching of the natural sciences. Rea
,States Su d ali'eso
Hamburg, March 17.-Seventy-five on le,
"Tpensibentoly handshake" is re- j Communists in the penitentiary at Mr. P;
alreetnfoep-Fuhlsbiittel have begun a hunger i asked
dlemics of respiratory infections, gen- strike, him. 11
r-lly regarded by health officers as! be iin
'influenza, which are reported from Your Subscription Is payable now. liver
many communities in Michigan and
in the neighboring states, in the opin- ......... . .........................
ion-of Dr. John Sundwall of the Health
service.
"The infectious organisms of this
group of diseases are present in the Y ou'll$ Like O 1
discharges from the mouth and nose,"; j
stated Dr. Sundiwall.._ "Furthermore,'
Thbe average person's hands are conl-
laminated. with these secretions. A
man S 1vSuits a nc
man who has the infection and whiose
hands are contaminated meets and
shakes hands with a. friend. Shortly
after the other's fingers go to his
mouth, andl the route of transmission ! z We are now ready to offe
is completed."
Records at the Health service show pigCote o h
that many students have been vietlmis Suits of the high~est qualil
of' this disease during the past wecek
Thus far none of the cases have prow cut. Coale in and see thei
ed serious, though in Chicago the ep-
idemic has been severe and a number
of fatal cases are reported. 'Thereis m'
little (danger, according to Dr. Sund-
wall, p~roviding proper care is forth -
comning at the time of the inception
of the disease. A general feeling of
loss of appetite mark the onset. At .06 South State St. Second1
this first onset, Dr. Sundwall urges,
the student should report to the IHealth________
service or to his physician, for ('ar e-. 1A . . ..-~. . .
lessness may result in pneumonia._________________

ariousscinific societies from
h they receive correspondence. I
ldition to this mail they are sub-
ers to scientific journals and
magazines which arrive week-
d monthly. They are also the
ents of mail from the members
efaculties of other colleges and
,rsities throughout the country.
ently one of the prominent pro-
rs on the campus who had been
Save of absence and had asked
ack to hold his mail, called and
lto have the carrier bring it to
vr. Pack explained that it would
apossible for the carrier to de-
it, but that ho would take it
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SCREEN SUPREMACY SIGNIFICANT IN ITS MEANING
POSITIVELY LAST TIMES TODAY
If You Really Want to Roar, CombL I
with THRILLS, See Hollywood'
Champion Athletic Stor
lover
Tione aetfcto
"iI)OCTOR!"

-Berlin, March 17.-Representatives
of the' German and Alsatian┬░- potash
,snydicates are meeting at Lucerne
li scussitmg an extension of the present
me~thods of cooperation.

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SOMETAKS
W HEN you want just pure,.
golden singing beauty of~
tone, it's the frombone that will
iei.And if it's jazz--Oh, Boy, when
you get to fooling with the slide
you can make a "slip-horn" talk!I
Versatile? Well rather! Here's;
an instrument equally at home;
in Grand Opera or the "Blues";
--indispensable, in fact, to both.
Which spells opportunity! The'
trombone is in demand every-'

What
"6RAIN"1
is to n~e Stage
"IF
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Is tothue
A Stanl

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HARRY LEON WILSNis
Funniest Story
Mary Astor, Otis Harlan, Tom Ricketts
are a Few of the Stars
Special Comnedy Creation
llosical Interpretation by T BOZOJL
Oir I e se a z O c es r R VDFeaturing B etty C om pson and G reat C v st

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rtling Dlenouemnent of Marriage
--ST AGE-

SYNCOPATION WEEK STNS~TS
SUNDAY
Presenting Our F~irst Stlage Attraction
KENNEDY'S SIB OF DIAMONDS
PHIL DIAMOND in
"A FANTASY OF JAZZ SYNCOPATION"
On the Screen

.ACK ON
BROOKS & ROSS
"Two Boys and a Piaino"
iLe of the Greenuwich Village Follies

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