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PAGS TWO
FOR-EIGN STUDENTS Cabinet "baby"
Native Of Italy
i nt i Sf I X Ilfl m I i n tl i
WILL MEET APRIL 8 :...:::
Jncii.t ial l)'dI t Ceducat ional inzst~i
tuctions', and 01 h 2 phbases of Aiori

THE MICHIGCAN DAILY

TlUi',SDAY, Mit 3, l1)25

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JO OFFER SOMMEB !One Hundred And Fifty Daes
MEDICL C~RSESPer Year Is Aim Of New

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'25A, who is chaiirmanll of the pbiiyh mgtgtaske(tch from A. G.'
Commi7ittee . The poster, he sa d c ki,0 h P~t~~'Iclee
should emaphasize thefcttha i te tio i lose April 22. rThe
p~arty is a costumetaffalir., ;ie' also wilnr wv' li rC=-'ea ticket -to tihe
s t t a in c s a n o n,6h ave an id eaC of h is o w n bf r i te po st erv,

In Bacteriologry anid
)cruiatolc g'
COURSES VARIED
ll1c.,liC(Iiin tiele Medical school (cUr-
riculuml in the '8uflllr session will

t[ewII2IMy i<'.1e (1 y estuahl ish;d oil the
C,111)~111% (1ficevlS 0oftlljs society When
interviewedl refused to dis~close tile
name, but tile purpose s, <,s expressed
by them., are "one hundred fifty diates
pcr yearP per man, -oil hundred fifty
i ls." To be eligible for member-
ship, a man mul~st lie first seen in
compl)any with a particularly good-

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looking girl. When initiated into tile

can iie .will le -5.1 e(1 tcf y morie than ;;li::: e twoi courses5ill ba2cteiriology, and'' " '
" foeig st d~lt l' b ('smool - ~theO namxe, address, 2and(1telephone nm-
tan " i ..which is plr. rng it n' woildi'iaooy n yhlooy )iet(fthsgr1 Falsification, itxofthsise
1 g Laiboratoiry work in b~acteriologyI claimed. Will result in a secondi initia-
stpring Itrip throug-h out the0s,,.te 11011m
April 8 t~i 9. Fie cit es ~vi I hewill be unider tile(directlin of Prof. tion, more1( rigorous than tile first.
:'it:d, P. G. Novy, which will include inlstruc- As soon as tile miille and addrl1es
i~o AIC frs on siceI h OV'lli-j *.**.*.". Ition inl methods of (detection, isolation, l are giv'en,- any ieibei' of the order
vtion x c11' ** .. aniidnticaton o tie pahognicis privileged 10 call il) andI (ate tile
O5Il~iS it 1']~'1 ll)tour *~micro-(ivanislns. Lectures will be)I gir'l minedlc.
eac OiY wll lvoideA1Dricll oil-s ivenl on the fo(rmls of bacteria, their Tihe initiate will also be allowed to
III hith II ~ loeig at s (I' s ~i1 oeclassification, structure' multiplication select from the address book of the
rntev taliur'{1.i'i oxiceus to this yeazr, , anti reproduction, their requliremlents society any name which.apelst
it. has {lnot lieelies ilehrPV peast
tor' growth and thleir ellemical consti- hill, and (d0 likewise. A uniique fea-
c'ity to give g~h ilt ('l'txifllfltllt to ! t nents. Principles of sterilization anld jture of tile organization is that a
the~~~~~~~~ viios P i see(311l lsrnd disinfection w1i h p ointeCiout, ! lillconlsidered foIr lnbe'slip 11a1
abe{acr i ro"aiot els jwithIlspiecial ellplasis tdirectedi toWCY(d1 no cloi;e ill themelatter. Each new
the -=- r:dll11 el \Ii1 1 their practical aapplicationl. rmembei' has the righlt to nominate
thare f tiii l. e t ;1, 1 f(!xrstt. ,1 l.A. ' :._siap- "lie latter half Of tile coursexwili0o 111m111, antd once nomninated, h^
thefoeig s~udil , , lit; an J ) J A Crnii,2 ,newly aldeal exluilhy withl pathogernic or- I a ilot refuse the ihonor, but will
(Iac osuyteAc C~11010pjle 11210'55o tonyGon r antsnis, withI extensive studty of the be pironmptly illitiatedl, and the name,
anti to better acclililtthe Lx1 niti al J(ohin (ri 'ihdi Sargent, is tile way in which bacter'ia pl'oiuceds
Ameridueadis-address, and itelephonernmber cx-
Arixe~icars. ;youi -lgesl sci"e'ta'ivy to any cabinet of- ease, thleir atteiltuation, and tile Ppro- tj'cted from hinm.
Fite ntlo 'swill be v isited hfieel', ief is a native of Italy. Until duction 0 icLm lnuni y. The sour ces of TIhe giirls whoe names110 are on the
luxring time week of sprinig ICwe tIOll. 1c vheasertryotea- infectionl and mlethnods of prvevention i address list will lie particularly in-
Kaaapid , attng, Gand Flin ai' in-,, - t of Vermnont. will be given, together with tile gen- itiated into the secrets of tile order,
o'ral properties of specific organismls. j to the extent that tiley will each1 be
cluded inlle tiery this year. West-'I
itinerar Tr Prof. P. 13. Hadley will direct the! given all approved" list, consisting
er taenoml n almzo ol study in vaccines anid serum~ reac- of the tchapter rioll, and(1 will lie ex-
lege at Kaiamazoo, Michigan Agricul- p 7 t-~ iens, to wvhich advanced students in pected to showv someI degree of partial-
tural college at East Lansing, anld the ?.Digonl Ea mskI iceilg 11 t uac~tlg(11 oadtl e
new Flint high 5school composes the wl i n rlutsi l~i 1'15ae01tlsls.Nn
listl ofeuaioaentiuin w--admitted. Thle work will iwhose iie r i hsls.Nn
lstil ofeduvionisite.uhe ions'' wichs- )uce to tihe sudden drop in tihe temp- be designed to familiarize the stit- of tile girls conlcernled would make
of each i eratilretihe examulnatiolls being conl-f dent with appliedo meIthlods of bac- --
trial plants o ahcity will blin1- .tiogywt snca rerne
d.tef~ 'l ~ iucted by tihe engineers from thleir .*t ... Wile will gv rn ort i
spooed y orexn ~~ttjt. 'anti-rabic treatmnt andtihie prepare- lectures 011tile sublject of sypiliis
The club will provide entertainment benches o : the diagonal lhave been tion of bacterial vaccines. adisrlto opbi latl
durng ilelvii 11 huh l~lc~eOl5~t~ni~laiiiydisontnud. o torogh In dermatology and syphlilology all1
college and high school assemblies,1 examnlations were reported yester- Itile work wil be under thro direction
tidann ergathrifor Spthelemer-bersy.Kofmandhid agroupts L. 'an'thc or themebercation gowas due to Ccth vaatioseas0ue1o0oofrotile Corsenne oltreSummr sesio
hla: been provided by the University ()hillilles on the part of tile engineers orsndtocuefurgenn
of Mzichigan club of Flint for thle Iheinselve s, or to increased difficulty tile same subject ini the regular vmedi-'
entire dLy whlich the delegation will in passing judgmenlt due to the en- asciocuiuun.r10hol'
sticd 11 1 laA Civ. ehopng o~ls(It ~le air xlnllee, Wiiili e devoted to intensive instriuction-
A mleetinig wil be held at S o'clock viaa s still lilidecidod last nlighlt. Es-intlreoiinofIiemvco- '
*W'ednes(Iay, April 8 in Lane hall for! ieciahly strenuous mnid-semnesters are Imin forms of skin discases and inl tlv'
4.ll personls whot wish to mlake the! announced ifor tie latter part of tile 1
tripe, ['1xe ;differential (diagnosis an~d treatilie.>:. s
frn Telrograin toi be0 presentedf week, weathier plermIitting. of the various forms of syphlilis.
by the group at various oiccasionls! Under tile ausplices of tile Public rrens~" i
will lie rehearsed. Any person inter - '17 i n r ~ ~Health service, Professors helm ant 6 ins ofjours i
cste(I in takling the trilp, which will WhtWim r OG v
cost slightly mlore thlan $12.00,;niayi Third TalkTo a Y ello wvstone%
interview Mr. Wells from 1 to 3 o'clock
a ny day this week inl 3221 Amgell lhall. 31nr" rw
E" Aa tuf +1 nCo

1' he OillytGtIcVs 25yet disctlos01 ed r
the ,1;110, all t -x I' ranld Ile address-I
keeper. No imitihI ol lee is charged.
Safo ty pis, left un fast ened, are the
b'adlc ofitli eSoc iety. The first pulhic
mIlcin vil libe he0ldl at,(irallner's to-
MAY SUBMIT POSTERS
FOR ARHITECTS' BLL
Students iI1ty now submilit posters
for cola peW tion for thle Ar'chitects'
May Part y. The best po(ster will be0
selectd bt iy aII ((ittee 11 '0comp1osedi of
Imuello is.-, 1fthe fatuilty tif 1the0archi-
r1l( )tt, 1 ,.i. ( 1)0 il l 1(11 be selectetd for'
its sigj ]: ,but, a luhr ;'r its geii-
ora1l flct, ,accordinig to F. 1". Joslin1,
When you write home
for moncy, -use
mF A
Fountain Pen Ink

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Wri Iey ft eS'h'X r'tyhe f. .
Afthr angwe't he breath
So easy to carry the little
packet in your pocket ? So41
important to have when the
2 mouth needs clearnsing n
freshening!1
Odors of dining or smoking
quickly disappear- teesh Wrileys is more,
brightly _hurnis9hed, Smiles ptiv asebeneita
just naturally come because poivebeft
nerves are soothed, throat is Nan y doctors and
refreshed, the stomach relieved dentists xrecoin"
and digestion aided. Me rd it.
'Ver epe 7 mea"
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(If1 a $50 life membcrship ill
thle 1 'niolli, is eiht year1s past
Idue in pllynenti, it hasecust tile
IUnion in principal and inrterest,
postage, Printin ;, 2and1 Ibolotsep-
ing'$104.39. Th amunof sc
pa st due subscript itils is $258,-
T 39.24. Jntercst on the building
debt to Olsate has cost tile U11i01
# $109,101.92. This needless ex-
penIse could be eradicated if ov-
cryolle who has allmembiershlip in
Ithe Union oil "whiich laynlICnts
are overdute xwould bring hris ob-
ligation ti) to (1at1. Ini ord'Gr
to save Imoneyv, Ji ba officie Is
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riletoric (departm1ent1 will continue is
series' of , lecturcs tin aesthetics tis
afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in room
8208, Angell112111. II is topic wiili e
"TIue A eso llo'l Ic riad."' At tile last
(iscus ,ion, Plrotossor Whiitmotrle out-
lii odhi ptasi i,"Ida tIiclcture.
I"An 1111Est,'lhe slt(l, "frst conicei-
y ets a lestil(tic idea& fromt a scene
lie Vie' %s 0 or2a ploe 110be10211s; lie thenl
tixes t [is icea on cavas, and ifially
believes t he individuals who see tis
pinitllgwill hlve the 12112110 aesthletic
ri-c'0ion as lie bad. Hence we hlave
i T I, (leture this afternoon is the
tI : t d o I be series.

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registration unlezs responses are
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In December the John -Hancock
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mnent headed "Do Colleg7e Stu-
dents Read Advertisemrents?"
Here are some of the responses:I
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the one you run in the
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a paper of nothing but ads."
""The students here in Han-
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"The advertisement in the
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