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DAILY OF"ICIALBULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the 'University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY''

FRIDAY, OC

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OC

I meant to do my work today; Mozart-Adam: Theme and variations!DOCTOR SAYS MICHIGAN NEEDS MORE
(with flute).NE D
Concert goers are respectfully requested to come on time in order to FOR CARE AND TREATMENT OF
be seated at the hour of beginning, as the doors will be closed during
numbers. Holders of season tickets are also respectfully requested to State Institutions Are Inadequate merhaps inapproximately 200 beds
dtc from their season ticiets, before leaving nome, and to present To house All Feebleminded Phs inethe emencoe m:
for admission only coupon No. 2, reading "Galli-Curci." sHitntone et
Charles A. Sink And Insane, He Says by additions to the one existing

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Vol. 39

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1928

No. 23.

University Loan Committee:
The University Loan Committee will meet on Saturday, October 20,
at 9 a. m., In Room 2, University Hall. Students who have filed applica-
tions for loans should present themselves before the committee at this
time.
fi J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Public Lecture:
Dr. Georg Kartzke, Assistant Director of the Deutsches Institut fur
Auslander of the University of Berlin and Professor for eight years at
Yale University will deliver a public lecture in the Auditorium of the
University High School on Friday afternoon, October 19, at 4:15 o'clock.
The title of his address will be "Recent Tendencies in German Educa-
tion."
Dr. Kartzke is being brought to the University under the joint aus-
pices of the School of Education and the Department of German.
The -public is cordially invited to attend this address.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
To The Instructors In German:
Please call the attention of the students of your classes to the
lecture of Dr. George Kartzke of the Institut fur Auslaender in the
University of Berlin on the "Recent Tendencies in German Education."
This lecture will be given under the joint auspices of the School of
Education and the German Department on Friday afternoon, October
19, at 4:15 o'clock, in the Auditorium of the Univrsity High School.
Max Winkler
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Laboratory:
The public is invited to visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell
Hall to observe the moon from 7:00 to 10:00 p. m. on Saturday night,
October 20. Admission only by ticket. Reservations must be made by
calling the Observatory office on Ann Street between 9:00 a. m. and 12:30
p. In. today.
R. H. Curtiss
Students of College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:.
No course may be taken up after the present week.
W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean

Oratorical Board:
The regular bi-weekly meeting will be held at the Union, Friday,
October 19, at 12 o'clock in the Ladies' Dining Room.
Robert J. Gessner, President
Oratorical Association Ushers:
The following will serve during the present series as ushers: Law-
rence Curfman, John Weir, Raymond O'Connell, John Roemer, Henry
Campbell, Carl Urist, Russell N. Dejong, Wayne Frederic, Joseph Howell,
Martin Hutchinson, Howard Simons, Richard Weber, Carpenter Hewitt,
Howard Kent, Feulton Boesche, Herbert Brumbaugh, Virgil Newman,
David Scheyer, Doug Edwards, Jak Sikkenga, James L. Beckett, Milton
Reuben, Irving Goldstein, Edmund A. Koblentz, Louis Horwitz, Edgar
Mapes, L. A. Pennington, A. M. Bell, George Gale, C. L. McKinnie, Robert
Powers, D. G. Christensen, Ronald Adams, C. A. Patterson, F. O. Cran-
dall, Ralph House, William DeHaam, H. S. Wingate.
Definite assignments as to place will be published previous to the
first lecture. Further information may be obtained by calling 21479.
R. M. Sanderson, Chairman
Cosmopolitan Club:
There will be a hike Saturday afternoon, October 20. Members and
their friends will meet at Lane Hall at 2:00 p.*m. sharp. Kindly bring
25c to cover cost of refreshments.
Raja Howrani, President
Chinese Students' Christian Association:
A social meeting will be held on Saturday, October 20, 7:30 p. in., in
Wesley Hall. All Chinese students are cordially invited to attend.
K. W. Kwan, Secretary
The Hillel Foundation:
Professor William H. Worrell of the Semitics Department will speak
this evening at 8 p. m. at the Hillel Foundation (615 E. University) on
"A Gentile's Reflections on Zionism." Everybody is invited.
Maurice B. Pekarsky, President.
Men's Education Club:
The meeting announced for Monday evening, Oct. 22, has been
postponed until Monday evening, October 29. Time and place of meet-
ing will be announced later.
Arthur B. Elliott
To All Students:
The Michiganensian Business office is open every afternoon from
one until five. Your pledge card with $3.00 may be transferred for a
full price Ensian. receipt. It is advisable to turn these cards in at
once.
J. Franklin Miller, Business Manager
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Summarizing his lecture on the
"Present Needs in Michigan for the
Care of the Insane and the Feeble-
Minded" yesterday afternoon in the
Union, Robert H. Haskell, M. D., of
the Wayne county training school
at Northville, Michigan, declared
that "Michigan needs today the ef-
fective operation of a real program
for mental health designed to ele-
vate its facilities for the care and
treatment of its mentally sick to
whatever point is necessary to in-
sure those advantages from earlier
and freer hospitalisation which ex-
perience has shown can be expect-
ed.
"It is impossible to conceive of
this being at a lower rate than that
of 1915 when it was at the rate Hof
285 beds per 100,000 of population.
"Michigan needs today approxi-
mately 4,500 additional beds for the
adequate care of its mentally sick
citizens who are entitled to early
modern hospital treatment. This
can only be satisfactorily provided
by a new State Hospital of approxi-
mately 2,500 beds and the addition
of 200 beds to the existing institu-
tions.
"Michigan needs today an addi-
tional institution for the feeble-
University Of Michigan 'Varsity
Band:
Formation tonight at 7:00 sharp
at the Band Hall. Come in uni-
form and with instruments, music,
etc., prepared to leave for Colum-
bus. There will be a drill at Wa-
terman Gymnasium before the
march, to the depot. Berth assign-
ments and further instructions will
be given at this time. All men
must be at the Band Hall at seven
if they plan to take the trip. Phone
21617.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Mgr.

state institution at Lapeer but it is
evident that this institution should
not grow too big.
"Michigan needs today a more
modernized machinery to initiate
a constant, virile, productive at-
tack on the entire problem of car-
ing for the housing of the present
-insane and institutional feeble-
minded; a more responsible central
administrative machinery to see
that we never get let down again
into such a woeful state as the
present.
"Michiganhneeds today absolute
assurance that opinion forming in-

dividuals in the far corners of the
State shall see to it that the legis-
lators who are to gather in Lansing
on January first next shall be
properly informed of conditions af-
fecting the insane and the feeble-
minded that the program of reha-
bilitation of state institution which
the Governor has all ready to pre-
sent on the opening day may se-
cure immediate support.
"Mind you the problem is going
to get a lot worse before it gets
any better. It is hard to conceive
of any material help before July
first, 1930, if not before January
or later in 1931. Even this latter
date assumes more than is justified
from the past fifteen years of in-
difference and neglect."

In,

Notice: .. .
Dr. Bell will not be in her office today. Please consult Dr.
ton in the Health Service for medical advice.

Sapping-

A/Chaos of Cords
I14JOME comfort is woe-
fully inadequate' if
one finds it necessary to un.
screw lamp bulbs in order to
attach an electric lamp or ap-
pliance. That ingenious little
device (inexpensive too!)
known as a con'venience outlet,
permits you to 'plug in" any-
where-no stumbling over awk-
ward and unsightly extension
cords, strung across room; no
high reaching for lamp sockets.
You would do well to consult
an electrical contractor about
this matter. Or, if you prefer,
let us advise you.
THE
COMPANY

Ethel McCormick

Rhetoric I-Section 36:
The class will meet as usual on Friday morning.
consultatioj Friday afternoon.,

I will not hold

B. A. DeGraff

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Gall!-Curci Concert Program:
Amelita Galli-Curci, assisted by Homer Samuels, pianist, and Ewald
Haun, flutist, will give the following program in the Choral series in
Hill auditorium, Monday evening, October 22, at 8:15 o'clock, sharp:
Donaudy: (1879- ) O del mio amato ben, Bartlett: (1605- ) Whither
runneth my Sweetheart; Massenet: Adieu notre petite table, from
"Manon"; Scarlatti; /(1659-1725) Cantata (with flute); Reger: Wald-
einsamkeit, Bizet: Spanish Serenade, Georges: L'eau qui court, Bishop:
(1786-1855) Echo Song (with flute); Intermission, Beecher: Prelude,
Scott: Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Morris: Uncle Remus' Rhapsody, Mr. Samuels;
Hamilton: A rainy night Lullaby, Cameron: Lavender Gown, Mowrey:

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