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THURSD Y, MAY 14, 1925 TEMCIA AL

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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A9NNOUNCE SUMMER~
PHARMACORE
Six Subjets Will he Offered U~nder
-Suapervisiont of C. (C. 4over
anid L. It. Walgner
STUDY DRUG LAWS
Six courses in chemistry and phar-
mcacy will be offered by the College of
Pharmacy dluring the Summer session,
practically all the work to be under
the supervision of Prof. C. C.. C lover
and L. Ri..-Vagner.
The two ehemistry (courses will
treat food- and drug analysis, and will
involve laboratory inetlio(1s, federal
and state foo(1 and, drug, laws, and the
prosecutions for violation. The course
will Also include laboratory work upon
co mmercial articles such-,as alcoholic
bevop:ag,r11favoring cxtrats,_olecoiiar-
fgarine, adulterants, and preservatives.
.Vour courses will be oli'ered dealing
exclusively with pharmacy. In. the
course in pharmaeeutical and chemnical
calculationls, thoro.ugh drill will be giv-
en in the arithmetic of pharmacy, in-
volving use of weights and measures,
specific gravities, percentage solutions,
molecular andl atomric weights and .
thermometric equivalents.
Study in. pliarmnacopoeial testing
andI drug assaying will cover the Iat-j
est accepted methods for the accurate
assay of alkaloids, gilucosidIes, neutral
principles, and other gal enical pre-
pa rations.
The two other courses wilt deal with
study of the United Stages ptharmiaco-
p~oeia and the national formula ry, and
with 'manufacturing pharmacy.ii

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:moo of Ithe 2iidflaite tool, 1for ex-
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peake and Ohio railway, bound front C'neinmoa tltd ', MiIam(2a) te iic e Qli K 'l1egne
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Owen Speaks Ont
Telephione Costs
C. S. (ven, fund~amental plant en-
gineer of the Michligan B1e1llrTole-
phone11 company, yesterday gave an
add1(1ress to those stud ents interested
in the telephone industry on "Cost
Studies." This lecture' was one of
the series now bleing given under thle
ausp~ices of the Michigan B~ell Te-,le-
phon01e Company to acquant p~rospec-
tiv eO(mp~loyees with the problems to
be met in their work. Mr. Owens
will give another lecture to be an-'
nounced at a later date.
A 'study of the c'osts andI cost dif-
ficult ies met by the telephone c~orn-
p)any 'and otlier large corporations
was presented, and Mr. Owen (dis-
cus , ed the major problems encoun-
I er,,d in financing necessary proj ects
in modern industry.

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