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VRTDlAV, MAY 8, 1925,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'WOME[N TO O'FFR[
NUTRITION EXHIBIT,
Fbire. -Daiy Program IV-Will lBegflu 'ces-.
*hay; Facuilty WomenOI Pre.
pa~re ]Food j)isitys
EXPERTS WILL SPEAK
An innovation in the way of a nu-
I ritiofl (eliolst ration will 1)e pre-'
,mnted for three dlays beginning Tues-i
lay, May 12, at Barbour gymnasium.
The prograin will include food dis-

Allies Discuss Cologne Evacuation

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Operati ns he edentalinic ir ic will coefrt1)e
y i C in c ay 29, and ?lintledstude nts eand f others;
NT1 A~ aii ~ D , re urged by Dr. Travis to make
N mb' lJ r,~,v.LV T han " LEP$ ~ayUearl appointments to insure ha:ving
Moretha 80 opraths a&: er-tona ha fa exeede th nedsthe desired work done.
Mor thn. 00 pertios ae pr- aeialhasfarexcede th neds, Louisville, Ky., May 7.-The mnore,
formed daily in the dental clinic, and according to Dr. Travis. In the of- than 3UJ Kentucky derby eligidle:;
patients include students, townsp~eo- ternoon all forms of operative den-
tie an ayfo erycte-n stry are performed, including gold quartered here were augmented t o-
ple an may fom eary cta~s .andt andl amalgam fillings, gold inlays 'dy, and will be the remainder of thrc,
villa ges. This is an increase over ai ocli ilns n ocli week, by arrivals of eligibles f'romu
the number of patients taken care of jacket crowns. Lxntn(n otecoeo h
in onjnctonI opening state meeting there yct er-
daily last semester. Junior dental! The clinic works 'ncjutidcay. More entries for the c lassic
st udents are now working in the with the x-ray department, and the are expected from Ut east early next
clinic. sur~gery departmenit, under the direc- week following the running ofthe
As a_ result of the change, to thle ation of Dr. C. J. Lyons. Considerable l'reakuiess. In all; it is expected
five-yeai dental curriculum, the time is spent each duy in conference' nearly 50 derby nominees will be
class working in the clinic this year I Letween heals of departments over here b;..the middle of next week. Ui'
ilhas had one year more of training ;sp~ecial cases referred here for diag- this numb et' not more than 2U are
than form~er classes. This has ro- nosis from every part of the state. expeCcted to st-art.
suited in exceptionally fine work, in
the opinion of Dr. J. J. Travis, di-
rector,,-.,, of. the/f clinic. " ' i ' " ": ".I Ther. . (luality'' '~ ",..o$
operative wvork* this year is uniform- I o ou W nttoB
ly better than in other years, accord-It eE
lug to Dr. Travis, The one seines-ji Satisfied?
ter's clinical work which the juniors
have been given will make them ka
operative work that is presented, Dr.
Tr-avis states. r v j J r , E
morning include prosthetic wxork,13
composed of plate and artificial deni
tur es, cr ow.ns, and bridges. In these
two departments threamount of ma-MMaynar
Se.atC e. Mat. - 500 to $50,Jt

-plays, posters, lantern - illustrated
t alks, cooking demonstrations, and
the(distribution of spnecial printed
diets.:;:>><
Tr~lee of th,3 most prominent au-
tfimrities on nutrition in the country
ill be featured as speakers. Dr. L. :
11. Newburgh of the internal medicineI
department in the Medical school, will1{
speak on "Normal Diet" Tuesday
night; Dr. P. *L. Marsh of the same dec-
,partment, will speak on "Overweight"
Wednesday night; Dr. H-. B. Lewis of Allied governments are informally discussing Germany's latest demai
the physiological chemistry depart-f ogne area. In a speech made after a conference with the new president, Vo
nient, will talk on "Variations from declared that the continued occupation of this inmportant center was onec
Normnal" Thursday night, satisfactory state of European affairs, and insisted that Germany needs to b
The Faculty Women's club hasEI pact just as much as entente nations. Cologne, now occupied by British, Be'
7charge of the preparation of the food; seen from the air.
displays. "Every thing is being done
to ,make the demonstration pleasing TflT ntrmn irs Fie H z dLo
to f#the eye, ear, and stonmach of the STAB IllIlRI 111 WUa d
audience," according to Dr. Margaret ~ ~ ~ e o tD cae
Bell, the general chairman. ______ 1? eI .
To stimulate an interest in nutrition F~ MMDRFI
is the purpose of the demonstration ('mus buildings are reasonab~ly
-'which is being sponsored by everyfc I nehzrd.acrigt h
eating place in Ann Arbor as well asJ A campaign for renewal and niew monthly report recently subumitted tos
bhy Mrs. Alfred Lloyd and Dr. John menibenships in the Chamber of Corn- !the Buildings and Grounds dlepart-
.Sundwall of the public health de-; inerce is to be started in the neer flii-!mebtI nsplector I. W. Truettnor.
partment. Townspeople andI studlents'} ture by the local chianmber, accord- Signs ae <eigl1 insico
'are invited to attend. Beginning i, n omn aea citnc i h ulig rhbtn mktg
1 udsday, -doors will be open tlaily igt ln aea cen etn iehidi-l~~li)tii uikig
from 4 to G o'clock and 7 to 8:30 o'- of the executive committee. attntin is called to tihe fact that
clock in the night. Thle committee also approved the mokuing is urol bited in all butildlings.
______________________ -general bullgetIprep~ared yl livhe se except in gurivat e oflicecs or sinojking
r etary for the comning year, which rooms.I
Ilfhl 'IIR~UUcalls for a total revenue of l8.000. -

and for the evacuation of the Col-
)ii Hindenburg, Chancellor Luther
of the principal reasons for thme un-
be guaranteed by a security coni-
ilgian and French dletachments, is
0OY SCOUTS ILL HOLD
ANNUALSPRING RALL

The Miracle Play of America
ANNE NICHOLS-
~Abld's Irish Rose"

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OFFERED BY LLOYD'Sl
Feshmen in the EngineeringI
icliool will have the opportunity of
comp~letinug for the annual Lloyd's
'Register scholarship in naval archi-
tecture and marine engineering
",inuounting to , $500 for three years,
~which is 10pi offered. by that comn-
44any to the student who in his first
c~ar maintains the highest standard
fof scholarship.
'hjlree first year men will be. select-
;ed at the end of the present term by Itef cly o h n i e rn c ol1
-a 1)i' their names and qualifications I
twill be sent to the company, which.
~wl~select from them the winner.
The University of' Michigan and
the Boston Institute of Techniology
,athe only schools in the country
, w'mere this pmljze 'is offered. TheI
~three. men will be chosen solely on
the' basis of their scholarship and
ih ere il be no special examination j
for the prize.
PROFESSOR HENDERSON t
RETURNSFROM METING
Prof. William D. Hender son, direc
~tor of the University Extension di-
vrision, has recently returned froni
>Charlottesville, Va., where he attend-
~ed the annual meeting of the National
~University Extension association'.
One of the more important quies-
t tions considered at the convention
reclated to the supply of library refer-.
o4nce b~ooks for th~e use of studtents en-
r'olled in extension credit c ourses.
William W. Bishop, Unversity li-
brariani, who accompanied Professorj
TIenderson at Charlottesville went.
.on to Newv Haven to consider the li-
ibrary problem at Yale university. Hie
is expected 'to return later in the
'week.

Of this sum.$9I,850) will b- used for;
,'ffice operation and overheadl exeens-!
es, allowing $3, 15(0 for other appro-
priations, includinmg retail trade pro-
motion, city planning, work on thIe:
Ann Arbor booklet, ediucational and
recreational activities, and agricul-
tural work.
Willard Talks To
CIhemis try, Grup
Prof. aI.I. 1ilmlard of the dcm-
istry department -talked oii "Mlodern
Analytical C'hemistry"' before tihe
Akron _-ection o1 the American Cli!',m-
ical society_ yes4erday.,
This is the. third' ar7;laisi Pr ofessorr
Willard has imadec this year before
sections of the Americaii Chemnical
society, tile otheis tbeing given at
Rochester anid Buffalo.
Wart hin To :Give
Extension Talksf

University Keeps
Privazte Phones
U-nivei'sity phlones still remain on
the urivaite branch excliaui 'e. Tro
coinuin icate with varicus (depart -
mients the Univers iy operator should
he0 (al'ed under the number listed in
the city d(irectory. officialis l)0iitt'd
cut yesterday. The runiversity ex-
change will be a utomatically operated

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Send Your Mother
Flowers on Mother',s
Order 'them from
611 E. University
Phone 115
Your order will be taken
ci ae of in every detail.

Prof., A. S. ANarthin (diector of~
the plathological laboratories, will (de-
liver a series of extension lectures in
time northerui peninsuila. Th'le first lec-
ture is to be given ha 11-lrowood oi
M1'ay 13) on tme fel lowinug day he is
Scheduled to talk ims Bes,,emmr, anti
on May 15 at Ii-sn Mount: in.

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IRead the Want Ads

I~tcy Scouts from all troops iiitlive
county will hold their annual sprnmg
raly at 12:30 ocock Saturday, May
in i1itWest inik. At this meetimig the
se outs' will take ipart in a series of Tod 'ay
scout activities of all kinds, ford" and
which prizes will be awarded to the'
w ine miens., Sa urafy
The contest will inclutde the fol-
lowinmg events :knot-tying. message !
reclays, wal-scaling,, eniergency car- ~T e E s ni
nier"s, fire by friction, water lboilinigjTh Ese ia
Litd equilpineiit races. Poin a wards!r
ivill count 3 onts for first. place, T 1, J
poimnts tor' secondl pla ce, '3points-
"or thiirdl place, and onie l)oint will IreI
aw ,dd o ah ropthat enter? n GORDON an -~The
Oc ent. d
'I tops will 1)e pe iiittcd to ble at
XNc t par'l in tilenmorninig to ma~ke A ROWI
,m- c z~" aty grerara tions for the con-
A4. Everyone shtn id he present at r
t~' ssmlya'.at12'.31o'clock S H ~IRI 77
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