TUE MICHIGAN DAILY
In The Summer
Basic, Advanced Courses
Offered By Education
Courses in both general and applied
hygiene and public health will be
offered in a six-week Summer Session
by the division of hygiene and public
The program is organized for public
health administrators and nurses,
child welfare workers and sanitary in-
spectors, teachers and supervisors..
An increasing group of students is
expected, it was announced, as a re-
sult of the National Security Act.
The courses are especially arranged
for workers in public health and re-
lated fields who desire further train-
ing in public health leading to the
bachelor's degree and to advanced
degrees, as well as for those who de-
sire to acquire only a general knowl-
edge of this field.
The programs of study that will be
offe~red are a four year program in
public health nursing leading to the
degree of bachelor of science in edu-
cation, a four year program of study
in physical education and school
health leading to the degree of bach-
elor of science in education, and a
program of study in the Graduate
School for the several fields of public
health and doctor of public health. A
group of courses especially arranged
for sanitary inspectors or officers
will also be offered.
Courses that will be offered include
general hygiene and public health,
child hygiene, school health problems,
principles of public health nursing,
tuberculosis, sex physiology and hy-
giene, mental hygiene, rural hygiene,
industrial hygiene, race hygiene, pub-
lic health laboratory methods and
The courses will be under the di-
rection of Dr. John Sundwall, di-
rector of the division of hygiene and
public health. The faculty will in-
clude Dr. Wilson G. Smillie, profes-
sor of public health administration
at Harvard University, Dr. Warren E.
forsythe, director of the University
Health Service, Barbara H. Bart-
lett, professor of public health nurs-
ing, Dr. Theophile Raphael, Dr. Emory
W. Sink, Dr. Lloyd R. Gates, Dr. Earl
E. "Kleinschmidt, and Dr. Lavinia G.
[acKaye of the Medical School, and
DAMES PLANNING PROGRAM
The Michigan Dames are planning
a social program for this summer to
be incorporated with the Summer
Session. A tea will be given early
in July for the Dames and faculty
wives and Wednesday afternoon
bridge parties will be held each week.,
'Anything Goes' Is Announced As
Rule For Men's Summer Fashions
Simplicity Is Fashionable
In Suit Back Designs;
College men are noted during the
winter for being very unorthodox
when it comes to suits, slack and
coat combinations, and other sundry
types of dress, but during the sum-
mer this "unorthodoxness" is even
more pronounced. In the words of
John C. Clarke, famous Hart, Schaff-
ner and Marx stylist, just about
"anything goes" for the summer.
However, before proceeding to the
more abstruse, uncommon and odd
combinations, a word about the more
stylish and perhaps the more pop-
ular fashions is in order. For the
dances in the summer under the
moonlight, the dim light or on the
lawn, there is nothing like a white
Women's Opinions Sounded
A recent survey of the opinions ofI
Michigan women students revealed
that by far the most popular and
best liked was the white gabardine.
With their usual eye for stylishness,
the women have picked the right
thing. A white gabardine is un-
doubtedly the most practical dress.
But white gabardines are not noted
for their coolness. Like white flan-
nels, they look nice, but they are
not as cool as they might be. If
you desire, the old standby, white
linen, which looks like a dishrag
five minutes after the start of the
evening and looks like a positive
loss by 12 midnight, can be called
Belted Back Popular
However, this year, watch how the
backs are cut. Don't let any of
these high pressure salesmen per-
suade you that a complicated, slitted,
creased and pleated back is the thing.
This year style is coupled with sim-
One of the newest things this year
is to have a belted back with a loose
belt - that is, the belt is not sewed
to the back but is like the half belt
on an overcoat or topcoat. With
this exception the plainness of backs
is the essential thing to watch. Like
in the tropical worsteds and palm
beach suits, side vents with a sort of
adapted bi-swing back are also very
For the informal summer terpsi-'
chorean affair, the old white and
black combination is the most pre-
dominate and the most widely ac-
cepted. You can either have a white
coat and tuxedo trousers, or white
flannels -or some cooler material -
and a dark coat. If you prefer to
look like a waiter or a bus-boy, wear
a white coat and black pants, if not
choose the other combinations.
Wide Foi mal Choice
There is still a great deal of choice
as to what a man can wear to the
summer formal. He has a wide se-
lection, and after being at some of
the summer formals held in the past
week, it appears that the more un-
common the costume, the more sty-
lish. At any rate, originality is at a
premium in summer wear.
The principal thing to remember
for the summer in the matter of
fashions is to wear something that
is cool. For the hot Ann Arbor days
when- you are delving into the more
recondite materials of a dry, arid
course, nothing is as cool as a seer-
sucker suit. It is a little early to
predict what types of patterns or
colors will be shown this year, but
undoubtedly there will be a wide
Ilaspel Still Popular
If you have some objection to seer-
sucker ---valid or invalid -there are
still many other materials to pick
from. One which was very practical
last year was the Haspel. It is a
sort of compromise between seer-
sucker and linen and pique. The
suits of Haspel hold their press very
well in comparison with other wash-
able summer suits.
When the very hot days come, the
best thing to do is to buy two or
three of those washable summer suits
and alternate them from day to day.
Moreover, with two or three of these
cheap suits you can make different
combinations and perhaps set a style.
Breaking away from suits acces-
sories for the summer again are wide
and varied in style, and original. For
ties, use only washable ones. They
are cheap and can be replaced and
replenished easily, and besides, they,
make you look cool whether you are
or not. Some of the best summer
ties are the cheapest, although, you
can, if the pocketbook does not yell
too loudly, also get into the higher
prices and get really good and dis-
tinctive summer ties. But always re-
member that a tie in the summer lit-
erally goes through the war every-
time you spend a very warm day or
Stripes in ties are the newest, but
other patterns are also popular. Of
course to be preferred are the plainer
and less "screechy" colors.
Palm Beach Tie Best
One of the best creations this year
was the new tie made of palm beach.
Aside from being a little expensive
for a summer cravat, these palm
beach ties leave little to be desired.
They are easy to tie, look nice and
come in all sorts of combinations.
During the winter 'they were espe-
cially popular in Florida and through-
out the South. Even now, before
the summer and summer school have
really begun, they are seen on the
For shoes, the brown and white
combination has replaced the all-
white or black and white combination.
The most practical for school is the
brown and white shoes with rubber
sole, although it is wise not to get
the soles too thick as they are apt to
be pretty hot. Ventilated shoes have
never been popular, never been sty-
lish and have never been very pre-
dominant. Unless you have a vast
wardrobe, don't buy these atrocities.
They not only look like sandals and
show off the unlovely part of the
human anatomy, but they are un-
practical when the uncalled-for cum-
mer showers come up.
$125 Set As Cost
In Forestry Camp
An estimate by the directors of
Camp Filibert Roth, forestry . sta-
tion, of the cost of attendance for
each student was set at $125.
However, it was explained that the
cost will probably be brought down
to about $100, by returns from the
The cost per student will include
$60 mess fund, $50 tuition fee and
about $15 for books and other neces-
The outstanding feature of the
camp, it was pointed out, is that it
brings the student in direct contact
with forestry as it is practiced, and
gives him an opportunity to observe
the routine of the profession before
graduating and entering the field.
A 31-day itinerary during the
summer in which six countries will
be visited for an all-expense cost of
$326 is being sponsored by the Ma-
sonic Club of Michigan.-
Sailing from Montreal July 3, thel
party will reach Europe by way of
the St. Lawrence and the North At-
Of the 31 days 16 will be spent on
land, visiting Englind, Scotland, Bel-
gium, France, Germany and Switzer-
Extension tours to Italy, Monte
Carlo and the French Riviera are
also offered for those who desire
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CITY CIGAR STORE
106 E. Huron Phone 7289
Look for the Neon Sign
FENN'S is the place to go after exercising on Palmer Field
in the hot sun. Here, just across the back yard from you,
YOU can get the best fountain lunches and the most thirst
satisfying drinks in Ann Arbor. FENN'S is conveniently
located and always glad to serve you. Come in and try
We Sell BEER To Take Out.
FENN"S DRUG STORE
103 North Forest at Huron
READ THE WANT ADS
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER
makes being thirsty a real delight!
ORDER A CASE TODAY
Delivered to your home in cases or six 2-qt. bottles, or in large 5-gal. bottles.
Phone 8270 for Quick Service.
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
416 West Huron Phone 8270
115 EAST LIBERTY ST.
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306-310 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
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Large clean pool - new steam bath.
21 Billiard and Pool Tables. 7 Ping-Pong Tables- Radio
and ticker service on baseball games.
Best food in town at most reasonable prices.
Everything in the way of superior fountain service.
& Wash Pants
Modern facilities for keeping "Men of
' - groomed.
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