MER MICHIGAN- D)
DAILY OFFICIAL DULLfTIN0-
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p.. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 8 WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1923 Number 28
Rural Problems of Public Health Nursing:
Miss Elba Morse, State Director of Public Health Nurses, working in
Michigan under the auspices of the American Red Cross, will speak at 4
p. m., Thursday, July 2%, in Room 214, Natural Science Building upon the
subject "Rural Problems of Public Nursing." The lecture is open to all
interested in the subject.
BARBARA H. BARTLETT.
Faculty and Students:
The final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight weeks
basis will be conducted according to the schedule printed on page 22 of the
Summer Session Announcement. This schedule will also be printed in the
last weekly bulletin and posted on the various bulletin boards. All classes
will continue' to meet regularly until Wednesday noon, August 15.
E. H. KRAUS.
Excursion No. 9:
Cass Technical High School and Hotel Statler, Wednesday, July 25,
leaving Packard and State Streets at 1 p. m. Hour's inspection of the larg-
est high school of its kind in the United States. Visit to Hotel Statler, in-
cluding various departments not usually open to public. Dinner at Hotel
Statler. Return to Ann Arbor by 9:45 p. m.
\A merican Cal
One Of Fra
GET FINAL POLISH
Treadway and Welch Will- Present
Headline I1ance and Imperdson-
ORIGINAL CAST TO PERFORM
IN E. H. SMITH ONE-ACT PLAY
WHAT R 'S GOIN G ON
1:00-Excursion No. 9. Cass Technic-
al high school and -Hotel Statler.
Luncheon at Cass Technical high
school. To Hotel Statler at 3 p. m.
5:00-Lecture, "The British General
Election of November, 1922." Prof.
R. M. Wenley.
8:00-Concert, Mr. Andrew Haegh,
pianist, under the auspices of the
University School of Music, Hill au-
5:00-Lecture, "What Heatis the Sun?"
Prof. K. T. Compton, of Princeton
8:00-Michigan Union Spotlight enter.
tinment. Hill auditorium. Admis-!
sion will be charged.
School Administration." Mr. B. FeI
Buck, principal o the Nicholas Senn
high school, Chicago.
8:00-Lecture, "Books and Manu-
scripts of the Fifteenth Century.',
(Illustrated). Librarian W. W.
6:00 a. m.-Excursion No. 10. PutA'n-
Bay, Lake Erie, under the direction
of Prof. J. P. Rowe, of the Univer-
- sity of Montana. Return to Ann
Arbor about 11 p. m.
Summer session students desiring to
I use the Union Building this summer
must obtain card at desk. A di-
rectory of all students has been com-
With the zero hour only a day
away, Summer Spotlight performers
are bending all their efforts and ener-
gies in getting their acts down to the
best possible shape. All of the acts,
seven in number, are practically ready
so far as fundamentals are concern-
ed, and the men in the cast are now
polishing up the "rough spots."
Opera Stars on Bill
Of special interest this year, will
be Treadway and Welch, the "danc-
ing dandelions." The two are planning
a light terpischorean skit that will
include several new numbers. Welch
has had long experience in this line
and is well known on the campus by
his work in the 1922 Union opera.
Treadway is a younger brother of the
great Treadway and is a pupil of his
brother, so he may be counted on to
show splendid wares.
An act that is heralded as a little.
"heavier" than the rest of the Spot-
light acts is the one-act play, "Re-
lease," by Edward H. Smith. The plot
concerns a group of underworld gang-
sters and is an interesting character
study. Practically the same cast that
presented the playlet last spring in
the Mimes theater, will present it to-
Circus Act Repeated
The Circus act of last year will be
repeated. The act is entitled "FiveI
Minutes Before the Big Show," and is
a burlesque of .the side show of a
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Prof. Lewis explained the vitamine
in detail, saying that it is a substance
neither fat; . arbohydrateP , protein,
nor organic salts as rar as is known,+
but a substance absolutely necessary
for the maintenance of normal nutri-
tion. He divided the vitammes Im-
portant in nutrition into three groups
those whoch are soluable in fat, andf
two groups which are soluable in wa-
ter, and then went on to say that there
are two important proofs of the ex-
istence and importance of vitamines,
the first, the result of experiments
which proved conclusively/ that ani-
mals fed on artificial fats and the oth-
er types of foodstuffs mentioned above
do no thrive, and second that diseas-
es such as beri-beri and scurvy, which
are both caused by lack of proper food
can both be absolutely cured by eat-'
ing -fresh vegetables, fruits and other
foodstuffs Eich in vitamines. As an
illustration of the latter point, he
cited the case of the natives of the
Philippines who were stricken with
beri-beri, which is a sort of paralysis
caused by living entirely on polished
Pennsylvania-Six students are pay-
ing part of their exper.ses during,
summer session by offering their blood
to the university hospital for 'trans-
fusion cases. They-receive $40 for
each transfusion. A pint of blood
once a month can be spared by. healthy
young men, physicians claim.
New York University-Students here
will regard their theater the center of
cherished recollections of Louis Cal-
vert whose funeral services were held
there last Saturday. Only a week be-
fore his death, Louis Calvert
his final role there in an eff
bring about closer relations 1
stage and school," one of hi
cherished dreams. On the sam
a few days before that, his
er; Patricia, made her debut.
Wisconsin- Twenty-one Un
of Wisconsin and Columbia un
students have just returned
trigto the Rocky mountains
to study geology and collect
for their course next year. Th
under the direction of Prof. A.
beck, of the geology departn
Robbins Returns from Vav
Dr. Frank Robbins, assistan
President, has returned fron
field, Mass., where he spent h
AT THE THEATE
Francis Viela Griffin,.
Francis V. Griffin, one of the most
prominent poets in the Symbolist
movement, has been recognized as
one of the most perfect masters of
French prosody of the 19th and 20th
centuries. He is the son of an Am-
Wahr's book store and at the office
of the School of Education in Tap-
pan hall. More than one half of the
ticket supply is already exhausted.
Will Give Educational Lecture
* Helen Parkhtirst, of the 4niversity
school of New York city will deliver
the third of her series of lectures 'on
the "Dalton Plan of Education" at 4
o'clock this afternoon, in room 203
Tappan hall. At this meeting, Miss
Parkhurst will discuss plans of adapt-
ing the school to different types of
Majestic- Theodore Kosloff
"Children of Jazz."
"The Sheriff of Sun-Dog."
Wuerth - Barbara LaMarr
"Poor Men's Wives."
Garrick (Detroit) - The E
stelle company in "The G
TICKETS FOR FERRIS ADDRESS
GIVEN OUT AT WARE BOOK STORE
Tickets free of charge for the ad-
dress by Sen. Woodbridge N. Ferris
Thursday night in the assembly room
of the Union are being given out at
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
AT 25 per ce
A H R'S
IN THE STORE
Students Supply Store
1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE. ---
8:00 P. M.
TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS
TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS