T1HE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1930
Will Have Cars
A tois May e eUsed Ior
Participation i Many
Kinds Of Sporis
The interpretation of the Summfrf
Session in regard to the automobilc
regulations of the University offers
many classes of students the privilege
of driving. Certain restrictions are
placed by the University upon driving
but which do not apply to the follow-
1. Those who in the academic
year are engaged in professional pur-
suits, as for example, teachers, law-
yers, physicians, dentists, nurses;
2. Those who are 28 years of age
3. Those who have a faculty rank-
ing or teaching assistant or its equiv-
Students not in the above groups
may secure from the Dean of Stu-
dents permits to drive cars:
a. Provided their circumstances
necessitate their use;
b. For participation in outdoor
sports, such as golf, tennis, and swim-
At the time of registration, eachl
student will be requested to state
whether or not he will drive during
the Summer Session and to furnish
definite information as to the ve-
hicle he will use.
Students at camps outside of Ann
Arbor such as Camp Davis, Biological
Station, Forestry and Conservation
Camp and the stations for geology
and geography, will be subject to the
automobile regulations of those units.
The automobile regulations gov-
erning the use of vehicles during the
regular session are as follows:
(1) No student in attendance at
the University from and after the be-
ginning of the first semester of the
University year shall operate any
motor vehicle. In exceptional and
extraordinary cases at the discretion;
of the dean of students this' rule may
In These Walls Are Lawyers Made
Prof. Goodrich Summer School Students Make
To Return To iGreater Use Of Health Servi
Library Staff A marked increase in requests for X-ray chest study made as pa
medical se]avi1( during the lasi Sum- the health examination of all
Prof. F.L.D. Goodrich, librarian of mer Session was disclosed in the first s' dents," Dr. Forsythe said. "A
(iAl hearing and speech test was
the College of the City of New York, monthly repoilt of the UniversityImace for I:eshman men."
will return to the University again llHalth Service. The report incided !As in pre vious years, laboratory
this summer to teach on the faculty the Summer Session as well as Sepl aminations formed the biggest s
of the department of library science tember and October of the currenit of the services performed. T:
of the Summer Session. school year. were 6,488 laboratory examina
The increase was not the result of wIich were followed in numbe
I any particular illness situat ion, a- mental hygiene interviews of xw
and later as ociate librarian of the cording to Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, there were 1,623. 1,213 "colds"
University of Michigan General Li- director of the health service. It tre- reported and 1,007 physioth
brary during his period at the Uni- sulted, he said, from the situation fre-
versity from 1907 to 1930. From his quently mentioned in past reports
the use of easily available medical
host here he assumed his present po- se vice for many conditions not usu-
sition at New York City College. He ally regarded as illness and not taken
also returned in 1933 to teach on the to physicians under usual conditions
summer faculty of the library science of medical practice.
department. The number of dispensary calls for C K R
Professor Goodrich will be in September and October of last year
charge of the first year courses in showed a slight decrease from the
Library Administration and in Book previous year, but that was because
Selection. Another visitor, Prof. the school session began later last LEA[D I NG M
Clyde Pettus of Emory University will year, Dr. Forsythe said. The total
give the course in Cataloging and number of dispensary calls for Sep-
Classification. The librarian of tember and October was 17,531.
Swarthmore College, Prof. C. B. Shaw, An unsual amount of pneumonia Exper
will conduct the seminar in College occurred among the students lastER
Library Administration and in Biblio- fall, the report showed. The number
graphy of American History and Lit- of cases was double that reported in
erature. the two previous years. The increase 327 South Main
Prof. Eunice Wead of the Universi- was due to no known cause, Dr. For-
ty library staff will offer Reference sythe stated.
Work and Bibliography as well as "An unusual feature of our Sep-
Special Collections. tember program last year was an
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trc eatnt. Ot her services performed
were eye 1rfactions (208), dietitian
conferences (141), sensitization ex-
aminat ions (73) , pneumonia (17),
hospital bed patients (45), health ex-
aminations for men entrants (2,375),
rt of and health examinations for women
new entrants (965).
also 'fT0HOLD FURNITURE FETE
' ex- GRAND RAPIDS, May 12. -/P) -
share' A city-wide "furniture festival" to
There popularize the industry during the
tions midsummer market here June 29 to
r by July 18, is planned by civic leaders and
which manufacturers. The proposed festival
were would include a pageant depicting
erapy the history of the industry.
A D IO CO.
AKES OF RADIOS
Above is shown a view of the new
recently dedicated. The Quadrangle, in
of the b.eauty spots of the campus.
William W. Cook Law School,
Collegiate Gothic design, is one
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be relaxed. All regularly enrolled student who is not a member of his
students, other than those indicated immediate family.
in paragraph 7 are requested to avoid (3) A student receiving permission
any driving or use of their cars until to use an automobile must adhere
permits have been obtained at the strictly to the terms of his permit.
office of the dean of students, Room Before any driving is done, student
2, University Hall. permit tags must be attached to the
(2) The automobile regulation t State license plates in such a manner
governs the use of a car as well as the as to insure easy visibility. Any act
operation of one; consequently it is of driving, without permission from
not permissible for a student to use this office, or with permit tags un-
his car, or a family owned car, for attached, will be considered a vio-
social, personal, or any other purposes, lation of the ruling and will be dis-
when the car is driven by a non- ciplined accordingly.
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The perfect white sniim iiier suit,
cool aid co1fortablc. Plain and
f alicy backs.
Ties - Hose - Handk'chfs
The largcst selectioii of neck-
wear with hose and hatidker-
chiefs to match.
Ties $1.00 - Hose
Handkerch'fs 35c to
are ligh-Iweight and cool.
$3.50 to $650
Dark blue, brown, green, and
red shirts for white suit wear.
Su art styled, MacGregor shirts
$1.00 to $3.00
The shoes men prefer to wear.
Ye Powers of the Nation
You students, the youth and ambition of the Nation,
you hold in your knowledge, which is, as yet free from
tradition and prejudices, the power to move the nation
forward. And, like you, the rest of your surroundings
must advance or be hidden in the dust of Progress.
So, therefore, has CALKINS-FLETCHER strode along
side by side with Youth's animation and ever-changing
desires, striving and succeeding in pleasing even the
most fastidious of Michigan students.
Carrying nationally-known brands, we assure ourselves
and you that the quality of our stocks has been proven
by consumers use . . . Employing only those who are
competent in assisting you make a choice, you are
assured of utmost satisfaction.
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