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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THUITRSDAY, MARCH 19, 1925

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
Publication in the Balletin is construc~tive notice tou all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to tho Pesident until
3:30 ,p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdai
Volume b THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1925 Nimiir 1*26
Memibers of the Admnliistrative Board, College of Literature, Science and
the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board on Thursday,
March 19, at 4 o'clock, in Dean Effinger's office. 11. It. IHumnphreyvs.
The University Hlealthi Service:
All students who have paid the regular fees have the privilege of utiliz-
ing the facilities offered by the University Health Service, an organizatior
operated under University Administration for the purpose of creating and
maintaining norma~l student health.
The facilities offered include:
DISPENSARY (First floor, Hours 8-12 A. M., daily except Sunday, 1-5
P. M., except Saturday and Sunday.)
1. Consultation, advice and treatment of illness.
2. Co-operation with specialists at the University Hospital, to whom
certain cases are referred.
3. Complete physical examination at any time, to dieterinine general
status of health.
4. Operation on nose and tonsils (performed by member o1f staff of
University Hospital), for which a charge of $10 is made.
5.' Major operations for emergency cases only, (performed at the Uni-
versity Hospital), for which no charge is made.
6. X-Ray service, providing means for diagnosis of dental conditions,
fractures, lung disease, etc.
7. Eye refractions, with minimum charge for lenses and frames.
8 A Pharmacy, were prescriptions are filled for students without
charge
9. Laboratory with technician.
10. Special apparatus for giving therino and photo-therapy.
INFIRMARY (Second floor. Open to receive students at all hours. Vis-
iting hours from 2-4 P. M. and 7-8 P. M. Daily.)
The health Service maintains a corps of nurses, physicians and neces-
sary equipment to provide bed care for 25 patients. Additional cases are
transferred to the University Hospital. No charge is made for this service.
OUTSIDE ROOM-CALLS:-
Any' student wishing a IHealth Service Doctor to make a call at his
or her room, may leave request for same with the clerk at the DISPEN-
SARY,' (Tel. University 186-M), during day hours, and with the nurse at
the INFIRMARY (Tel. University 186-M), during other hours. A schedule
is maintained for having a doctor on room call fluty at all hlours. A mnin-
imum charge is made for all room-calls.
Expenses for major-operations of non-emergency cases must b~e paidi
by the student. The Health Service will not be financially responsible for
any expense at the HOSPITALS, involved in supplying anything to ambula-
tory (out) patients, nor to any student who enters the Hospitals without
making satisfactory arrangements regarding such expense, previously
through the health service office.
Students are urged to report at the Health Service regarding any ill-
ness, accidents or contagious disease, etc., as soon as possible, in order that
prompt treatment may prevent further complication.
Emory W. Sinik, M. D).
Notice to Students of Engineering:
The Committee on Hours will permit no course to be droppedI without
record after the 6th week of school, or March 21st.
0. W. Bostoni, for Committee oni Hours.
Notice to all Memibers of the University:
Mail addressed as follows: "care of the University of Michigan" has
been .delivered to the office of the Secretary, ROOM 3, University Hall. It
will be held until March 25, and should be called for at once, giving (late of
this publication, 1. e. March 19. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Nelson F. Adams Virginia Henry Miolt
George W. Ashworth D. C. Kazarinoff
Vern Kinietz

J"(loser Forest Utilization, One of the Three Props of a Sound Forest
Policy," at 7:30() 1l1.M., Frid(ay, Marci 20, in Natural Science Auditorium.
Illustrated with moving pictures.
Three lectures are open to the public. The two that are illustrated with
moving pictures are noin-technic'al and1 of gener~ial interest.
L. J. Younig.
Alpha Omeg t Alpha Lecture:
P r. Wade 11. B rown,, of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research,
d New York City, will lecture oin "Chemnothernaply and the Treatment (if Syphi-
lis" at 8 o'clock, 'Thursda y evening, March 1 91h, in the Natural Science
Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides. Seats
will be reserved for nmembiers of the Washtenawv County andl Jackson County
Medical Soc'ieties and for the medical and dlental faculties. The lecture will
be of especial interest to medical and dental students. cheniists, andl pre-
med~ical studenits. All others interested are also invited. No admission
ticket will be required. lWalteriiM.Simipson, President.
n______ _
dElectrical Ln~imcecrs :
M~r. R1.1). Parker. of the A. T. k- T., will give an illustra tedi lecture on "The
Tranusmission of Pictures byWire'' under the auspices (if the A. 1. E. E. in
5the Natural Science Auditorium Friday afternoon, March 20 at 4:15. This
lecture is open to the pulhic. J. B. ,Johnson, Cilaw. Pub. Cont.
uStudenit LViai I'Funds :
The March meeting of the University. Committee on Student Loans will
'I be held the first part of next week. Students desiring to have their appli-
cations for loans acted upon at this time should apply at Room 2, University
THall 1c, blanks on or before noon, Friday, March 20th.
J. A. Ilursley-, Vhairmmaii Unilversity C'onmmittee on Student Loans.
hlistory 92:
This week the three discussion sections will all meet on Friday at 10
oi'clock in Rom 1035, Angell Hall. IV. A. hfrayer.

; 3()-Christ ian Science society me(

in Lane hall.
f7 :30--1Professor G oodr'ich speaks
"Ford vs.4 the Mining Industry,
room 304, Union.
730-A eronaiutica I societynmeet s
room 306, Union.
S:O-Dr. IV. Brown hecltures

et W1 ard Leaves For Imorrow, and Saturday. Dean Ward Is
pr esidenit of the association, and will
ont IJ Dental M eetinjg address tihe meeting todlay on the
in _____subject of reorganiz~ation of the dental
x curriculum. Other faculty members
in DenMru .WrIftedna are scheduled to participate in dis-
college left yesterday for Chicago with I ussions.
OR! other members of tile dental faculty

"Chemotherapy" in N3atur al Science to attenld thle second annual meeting Ij.
auditor ium, _ of the American Association of Dental iRead( the

Want, Ads

FRIDAYt
10:00-Am'tlivmti' oeliler speaks on'
"Impriovemienlts ill Air Seasoning as
a, Rlesult of Research" in room Z-
213, Natural Science building.
41:15-hR. I). Parker speaks on "Tile
Transmission of Pictures by Wire" i
in Natural Science auditorium.
7 :30- Wesleyan guild pairty at Wes.
Iey hail.
S :00-Arthur Koehler speaks on'
"Closer Forest Utilization" in Nat-
ural Science aud~itorium.Ik
Read the Want AdsI

,Schools which will lie held todiay. to-
BANNERS - PENNA NTS0
For Michigan's rooms. They'll look well in yours.
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Polit ical Scectee1292, Journal (Club:
't'he regular meeting of the Journal Club will bc held at 38
406 General Library. J.
St uet Ch'Jristilan A ssociailion :
Cabinet meeting at Lane h all today from 5 to G. Entire
then attend illeeting' of Board of Trustee's at which supper will1
Chcarles S. Higley,

today, Room
S.Reeves.
Cabinet will
lie served1.
Secretary.

Discarded Suits,
Overcoats, and
Shoes, Highest
cash price paid.
Telephone 2601
120 Fourth Ave.

Chocolate Creme Nut
'Fudge
(Made by Stears of Detroit)
THE FINEST FUDGE MADE

Mlounud Table ('1111) Mllin hg:
r ofessor Goodrich o1f the Economics department will speak at tile Round
Table Clubi meeting tonight in Room 304 of the iMichigan Union at 7:30.
His topic will be "Ford Vs. The Mining Industry." Men aiid women visitors
are cordlially invited. Douglas W. Clep hne.
Ann Arbor' Art Associationt:
Last day (if exhiblits of etchings and acquatints by French artists-
Thursday, March 19, 1 :30 toi 5:00JOIP. Mx. in West Gallery (if Memorial Hall.
Warrenl 1'. Lomubatrd, Presidenit.
Aerouia t mal Societe:
T]here 'will lie an important. business meeting of the Aero Society in
Room. 306 Mich. Union, at 7:30 P. Mx. Thursday, March 19 All members are
urged to be present. Rlph R. Graichen.

Per Lb., 75c

1/L2 Lb., 44c

Betsy Ross Shop
Fountain Room Beautiful

C. I. BROWN

Probable Envoy

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the boxc at the Daily office
p~rovided for g~nat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
TH'UR'SDAY

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Bargains in

Ernest W. Binkley
Mortimer Bisholi
Vernon Butler
Amelia McGuire Brickcer
Mr. Chisholm
Douglas Clephane
A. B. Crosier
John Dzwonchik
Norman Gilmore
Joseph Graves
Claud Gwinn

Grace E. Manson
Michigan Alpha of Sigma, Phi
Epsilon
Thlomlas Ming-Bung Chao
TI. A. Simmons
L. T. Summers
Leonard L. Watkins
Sabina Waterfield
Irene Watkins
Walter Wickson
Ludenia Willians
S. 11 . Stutih Secretary.

l(¢ :00-Ai'rthur Koehiler speaks on
"Opportunity for Research in For-
cst Products" in roiom Z-213, Natur-
Ial Science building.
1..30-v""00-Ann iArbor Art association,
ixibit in tile West Gallery, Aluni
.~.......Memorial hall.
I :00-Jourmual club imeets in room
406, Library.
< . ::::::::?>::: 1:15-Arthur K~oehler speaks on "Tlie
Work of the Forest Products Lab-
Ioratoiry" in Natural Science audi-
torium.
1 4 :00-F'reslrnuan woJmenIItryout ini Bar.'
hiour~ gymnasium for dancing for
Lthe Freshman Pageant.
r 4 :09-Administrative board of literary
Icollege meets in Dean Effinger's of-
- -IS:00-Rchueai'sal of Congregational
George L. Freeck, Lawrence, Kan.,! choir at the chlurchl.
banker, is expiected toi be named Unit- 1 0- t-S C.- A. cabinet meets at
ed State mii ster to P aragua y. Lane hall.
____________1_ (;:o0-Alpha Onmega Alpha. holds ban.
I duet at the Union.
j 17-00 e- Vimbile speaking astiembhy for'
Read the W ant Adsi engineers in roomI 348, West Engi-r
nicering building.

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Combined Curricuha :'
Application for admission to the Combiined Curricula (Medicine, i Law,
Business Administration, Dentistry, and Nursing) arue now lie ing received
in the Registrar's Office. Inasmuch as the final (late, April 20, falls in va-
cation this year, it is important that all applications lie handed iin, on thle
official blanks, before the students leave for their vacations, April 10.
Lilli1an A. HIughes, Assistant, Itegist rair.
Forestry Lectures:
Mr. Arthur Koehler, in charge of Office of Wood Technology of the 1U. S.
Forest Products Laboratory at Madison, Wisconsin, will deliver the follOW-
ing lectures:-
"Opportunities for Research in Forest Products," at 10:00 A. M., Thurs-
dlay, March 10, in Room F213, Natural Science.
"The work of the Forest Products Laboratory," at 4:15 P'. M., Thursday,
March 19, in Natural Science Auditorium. Illustrated withl moving pictu res.
"Improvements- in Ai' Seasoning as a Result, of Research," at 10 :00f
A. M., Friday. March 20. in Room F213, Natural Science.
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day) . Dinner De Luxe served nightly in both English
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Dinner Dance in Blue Room every evening, except Sunday from 7:00
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