Candidates for the Degree of MA. in English: Candidates beginning 'BUIL;DERSOF AMERICAN MEDICINE'
their graduate work in the present semester are required to take English
294, Which meets today at 3 o'clock in Room 2219 AH. PUBLISHED BY MEDICAL STUDENT S Dr. Bish~~Leve
hlistory 47 (V. W. Crane): Make-upexmnto today at 2pm, Twelve lie, ofmen foremost in, by George Wahr contains the fo- for Euxropean ToF
Room 1020 A.H. the history of American medicine lowing sketches: "Zabdiel Boys- Lirra=ila ~fs
PoltialScene : ak-u eamnaio wllbegienSauray have been written and put in book ton" by Wallace H. Steffensen, Lirra"iimW Bisho et n ror-ye
PoliicalSciece 1 Mak-up xamiatio wil be ivenfotumaby fomedicaliclsstdentntelnbelong-min usBenjamin Rush"urry..by. RoberteftCurrypo
March 5, at 49 a.m., in Room 2023 A.H. ing to the Victor C. Vaughn Histor- "Ephram McDowell" by Karl L. day for New York where theya
ical society. "Builders of American "Sicheran, "William fleaumont" bysal March 10, for "Athsen
Sociology 121 and 141: Make-up examinations in these courses will Medicine,"istewrofanm rChlsL. udnSmelD steamer Excelsio, 6ArarIanB
be held today at 3 o'clock in Room 207 Economics building, of undergraduate medical students Gross Sr." by Lawrence D. Dickey, op is taing his'sabb tcal let;e
Zooogy31 OrgnicEvoutin):A spplmenaryexainaionforwhose interest in the history of "Oliver Wendell Holmes" by Philip asne
thos 31ent ranihevoinluwion):be supv e mtar y earcm1,i4atifortheir art has prompted them to an Q. Rohe, "Astin Flint" by Fratn'h During M r. Bishop's as
in Rom 103 N.S buldi. .extensive research into the lives o J. leighaus "William Pepper" by Samuel W. "McAllister, associ t
_-._the key man in the progress of William A. Sodeman, "Sias Weir "brarian, will take over respr~
Senior 'Mechanical Engineers: Representatives of ilhe Michigan Bell medicine in this country. Mitchell" by Louis F. Knepp [ties of the libraran. l:.
Telephone Company will be in Room 271 today for the purpose of inter- According to the statement of "John Shaw Billings" by Heny J On his last leave of asene,g .
viewing men who may be interested in employment with this organiza- Dr. 'Thomas -Findley, Jr., faculty Paul, "Walter Reed" by Frank Max. Bishop spent his time wocrking In
advisor of the society, concerning well, and "Victor C. Vaughn" by hVain
tion, theeVaicn library 1n rome .
the_____ origin of the work, a number Charles H. McIntyre. trip-oseirmdcltunsofhe Frhepttre will be purely Fr 'a rsh
of snio medcalstudntsof he Fr te pat treeyears of its Said.
German 158 and 32 (Dr. Dickhoff's Sections): Dr. Diekhoff will be University in 1929 gathered to- existence the club has met twice Acodntoprst li,
unable to meet his classes today. gether in response to the sugges- a month informally at the home angr.Bso il rce ri
tion that -possibly something of of some faculty member. Their- itestoSlnaa1fomtee
EVENTS TOD)AY value and entertainment would sident of the organization is Curtis VP-.
accrue from a .4ystematic study of H. ,MDonell of Washington, D.C. to Constantinople. Then theyWNFI : '
Quarterdeck: Initiation dinner at 6:30 p.m., in Ro.om 302 Union. certain; major developments in the Each article read before the sciety 'q to Italy where they will vist th
long hxistory of medical practice. which was considered for a place :Vatican library.:,
Board of Representative,, of the Mihigatn League meeting in the Since then the Victor C. Vaughn in "Builders of American Medicine" Mr. Bishop will attend theIns~
Comi~mittee Room at 4 o'clock. Historical society, named in honor was read and criticized by some tutin of Intellectual Cokopratlm a
___-of the late Dr. Vaughn of the,1n- member of the medical school fac- at Paris, sometime in the earlpaxv F
St. Andrew's Church: Mr N. S. Ferris will give an organ recital at vesthsbe aeu f2 ly. ofEJun
8 o'clock this evening in St. Andrew's Church. The public is cordially seirgftemdclsho h
are chosen by the members of the -EM
preceeding year's group. ."
Builders of American Medicine
Hindustan Club. Special meeting at 7:30 p.m., in Lane Hall, published within the past month A - Af
'Varsity Band meets at 7:45 at the Coliseum tonight. f liD ~ ~ ~ j ~U LOT S R E IA N'I
COMINvG EVENTS D-LED [PH THEP611 East Williamns§
'Engineering Council meeting 1:30.p~m., Saturday, M.E. Computing
__ FOR DAVISCNTESTMNOW.OPE
room. Important to attend as plans for current semester must be dis- MJ
Judiciary Committee of the Interfraternity Counicil meeting on Former Marine Commander in
Tuesday, March 8, at,1:30 p.m., in Room 2 U.H. Race for Pe 'nlvania frt E ~I U
Senatorship. .Inc ~c o no
Senior Ball Committee meeting at the Union Sunday, March 6, at i.J
four o'clock. NEWTON SQUARE, Pa, March 2. LoodL at a FAIR rrwe@.H
_______- (IP)Maj.Gen. Smedley D. But-
'woman's Reseh~ Club: Regular meeting postponed from Monday, ler, the 'energetic former marine
March 7, to Monday, March 14, commuander, today bone ofrthrea......... L
political ring and squaredoffoa Tr Ou unh nat.:; fM 0iA1"
Masonic Suet:There will be a meeting of the Craftsman Club fns ih ihU ,Sn ae .StraMrh5 :0pma h aoi epe'Dvsfrtesntrhp YOU WILL BE PLEAS'ED
Satuday Mach , 730 ~m. attheMasnicTemle.Butler announced he would be ,a
e ~candidate for the Republican nom-rt
Cosmopolitan Club meets Saturday, March 5, 9 p~m., in Lane Hall. nation against Davis and would StakDine.ad
Prof." Carrthers will lecture on '"Development of tizens in a Democ- campaign on a dry platform. Davis Full Course Stek iner . . .50c nd 7$c }
racy:." Musical selections' by Mr. Taylor. Those who have already paid is running as a wet.
their dues but have not yet been initiated, and any others who may The battle to a-decision between Chicken Dinner ......... . .75c'and " pb_.
want to join the Club, will be initiated just before the lec'tur. Social "Gimlet Eye" Butler anid "Puddler
hour and refreshments._ Jim" Davis is expected to be hard t=
_________fought and as colorful as any Ben-
Lutheran Students: Open house at Zion Lutheran Parish Hall, Sat- atoPenslconetat ha enhedw AK.U.WNPSRE
urday from 3 to 5 p.m., in honor of Dr. Mary E. Barkley, Secretary of in"ennylvnia
the Board of Education of the United Lutheran Church in America. 'r,/'
Our kitchen under the suetvsiont of Mr. Ge E ° las,.y15:
Evangelical Students: Regular weekly meeting Sunday at 5:30 in ROWN *C R 155
the Bethlehem Church. Prof. Wahr will speak.ra
Baptist Guild, 503 E. Huron St. Sunday at 6:40, Mr. Benjamin King,
34b illspek on"Th Crsisin~te Fr Est,"Allareinvted.INV STM NT pen from 7:U0 A. MT to .12:00 P. 1.
'3 L w l p a n " h r s s i t e ' a a t " A l a e i v t d N E T ETLib e ra l S tu d e n ts ' U n io n : S u n d a y e v e n in g , " M a n 's F u tu re in th e L ig h t 1I C U R I T I 1 $
of his Past," by Dr. Carl E. Gthe, of the University of Michigan. Uni- = -' --- - -~ .
tarian Church. .." a
s Fourth Freshman Lecture in ilygiene for Men,. will be given in the
Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 2 and 4, at 3-4 3 xI5@
and 5 pm.This requiremnent includes all freshmen in the regular A qmurvttws mctrIn.RS"
physical' training classes, athletic. squads and others that have }seen ~ p~ 37., ~iA ~ T
excused from these groups. '
German Recital: March , 4:15 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre AIPARBOR TRUST LDG4 al UN$'
(admission free), by Max Montor, well-known'German actor. Passages NHOa§p
from both parts of Faust will be given.and°
"Altogether. a thoroughly entertaining
U evening." N. Y. Herald Tribuzne wotrle o
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LU D U~t.K.12~ Ai A~~an~~delighted you' at The' J-Hop and avow .they will do t
,T,,U UA , ~ w 5 5 again at The League. Don't miss them.x
especially for the yourh M ardi 1.1, 12 411N X~: