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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925
OFERl PHARMACY
SUMMER COURSI

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STUDY DRUG CHEMISTRY 1
Experimlental work in pharmacology
will be offered in the Mvedical school
during the Summer session under thej
direction of Prof., E. E. Nelson and
D~r. A.01.. Young.
The work will follow in a general
Way the practical course given during
the regular school year, with study
irected towardl the more important
drugs and their chemistry, physio-
logical properties, and therapeutic
value. Attention will also be paidl to
the preparation .of. galenical prepara-j
Lions, but. more emphasis will be laid1
upon the nature of tile drug action as
ascertained by administration to ani-
mials. A- drug typical of the group
will be taken up by the class, itsj
chemistry considered, and the result -
ing symptons produced by its admin-
istration rioted, and if possible the
i)1nt of action inoted.
Action of drugs upon the variousC
ogan, sitc as the iheart, 'will 'be
carefully studlied by means of the-
11iycardibgi'aphand' plethysm graph-
ic tacigs. A ,t'horig'h study 'will
,]so b~e made of the various methods
of 'bi6Thghcal assay of drugs.
'As a.prerequisite, a knowledge of
phyical mechaiimns is required.
Lansing," Mich., April 9--The de-
partmnt of p~ublic safety was struck
another blow yesterday when the
8ePite failed to pass the department's
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This special 1925 excursion rate, offered to travelers in our
improved third class [iTourist Section], New York to South-
ampton and return, places an enjoyable and profitable trip to
Europe within the reach of all. For a few dollars additional,
passengers may proceed via Cherbourg or Hamburg. Person-
ally conducted tours in England, Ireland, France, Germany,
Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and Italy at inclusive rates
of $325 upward may be arranged.
Investigate now! Make your reservations early!
For further information apply to
1'7Norll':2 l ',na2; :et., ('hieago, 111.
UNITED ALINESR
joinf service with
Via the Glorious St. Lawrence Rute
Three Inexpensive College Tours to Europe
BRITAIN - HOLLAND - BELGIUM - FiRANCE
rF TESE Tours via the St. Lawrence Route, include in the itinerary
-an almost one thousand mile trip down the mighty St. Lawrence
River, amid scenes of beauty and historic interest; and afford an
opportunity to see the grand old cities of Montreal and Quebec. The
trip dlown the river also helps the traveller to get his sea legs before{
reaching the open sea.
All the Third Cabin accommodation on these ships is reserved exclus-
ively for members of the touring party.
JUNE 19 - Leaving Montreal on the JUNE 27- Leaving Montreal on the
Atlbenia for Glasgow, returning from Ausonia for Plymouth. returning from
Chierbourg July 17 on the Ausonia. Liverpool July 24 on the Alaunia.
Under auspices Guy Tombs Limited, Under auspices W. H. Henry Limited,
M~ontreal. Montreal,
JULY 3-Leavinig Montreal on the Letitia for Glasgow.
i returning from Chierbourg July 31 on the Ascania. Under
N ~auspices of Guy Tombs Limited, Montreal
4 Inclusive cost of Tour $330
f $d Consult the following for more details and for
° nrparticulars of itinerary
SheGuy 'tombs Ltd. W. 11. Henry Ltd.
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Montreal
TeRobert Reford Co. Ltd., 20 Hospital St., Montreal
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