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JAGS FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY i9, 1924

L~AGI FUR HE SMME MIHIGN DALY UESAY, ULY29,192

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The U. S. submarine V-1, twice as large as any built previously for the U. S. navy, is now being given its
first tests. It was launched at the Portsmouth, N. H., navy yard, with ceremony, as shown here. It is 341

feet long, has a surface displacement of 2,164 tons and will carry a crew
same type have been ordered by the navy.

of 87. Eight other submarines of the

O A ILY IO F F ICA L
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy receive d at the Office of the Summer Ses-
sion until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. ni. Saturday).
Volume 4 TUESDAY, UJLY 29, 1924 Number 23
Women's Educational Club:
Professor Raup will speak on "Trends in Eduation" at the Betsy Bar-
bour House, this evening,, (July 27,) at 7:45, under the auspices of the
Women's Educational Club. All interested-will be welcome.
FRANCES M. SPEAKER,
President
Men's Ediicational Club:
Regular meeting this evening. Special discussion on Problem of School
Taxation. Three excellent reports by authorities will be presented. Ev-
ery man welcome.
Tickets for the banquet. Tuesday, August 5th, will be on sale.
THE OFFICERS
Speech-babits Clihe :
A clinic for students in the Sum met Session and other adults who
wish advice concerning their speech habits will be held on Wednesday,
July 30, at 3-5 p. m., in room 302, Mason Hall. Speech habits will be ex-
amined by the instructor and memb ers of the class in Speech 1-labits, and
suggestions foi improvement offered.
R. D. T. HOLLISTEiI.
Diploma Fees:
Students expecting to complete (d uring this Summer Session) the re-
quirements for degrees or for teachers' diplomas are requested to call at
the 'ffice of the School or College in which they are enrolled and fill out
the necessary blanks preparatory to the payment of the diploma fees to the
University Treasurer. EDWARD 1-. KRAUS.
Excursion No. 11, Cadvilac Motor Conipany:
Cadillac Motor Company will be visited Wednesday afternoon, July 30,
the party leaving State and Packard Streets at 1 p. m. A special company
guide will conduct the students through the various departments concern-
ed in the manufacture and assembly of the Cadillac automobile. Cost
will be $1.75..
CARLTON F. WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
Students in Hygiene and Public Health:
Attention is called to the following lectures to be given during the
week of July 28 to August 1:
(1) Dr. C. C. Slemons, Commissioner of Health for the City of
Grand Rapids, will lecture on "The Prevention and Control of Com-
municable Diseases," on Monday evening at 8 p. m., in Natural Science
Auditorium.
(2) Prof. E. V. McCollum, of Johns Hopkins University, will de-
liver ten lectures on "Our Newer Knowledge of Nutrition." These lec-
tures will be given daily at 8 a. m. and 1 p. m., in the Amphitheater
of the Medical Building.
(3) Miss Elizabeth Fox, President of the National Organization for
Public Health Nursing, will lecture on "The Place of the Nurse in
Public Health Work," at 8 p. i , in Natural Science Auditorium.
(4) Dr. Russell Bunting will give his series of five lectures on
Oral Hygiene at 4 p. m. daily, in the Amphitheater of the College of
Dentisty.
(5) Dr. Hugh Cabot will continue his course in "Surgical Aspects
of Public Health" on Tuesday and Thursday at 3 p. m., in the Medical
Amphitheater, University hospital .
(6) Dr. A. M. Barrett will give his final lecture in Mental Hygiene
and Pschiatry on Tuesday from 2 to 3, in, his office at the Psychopathic
Hospital.
JOT-N SUNDWALL.

TU ES)DAY
5 :04) -- Aegean C(iilization and the
Homeric Poems. (Illustrated) -
Prof. J. G. Winter. Natural Science
aulditorium.
7:00- Choral union rehearsal, Hill
S:00 -lecia - Shakespeare's JuliusZ
Caesar--the class in Shakespearean
lReadiiig. Auditorium of University
Hall. Under the direction of Prof.
R. C. hunter, of Ohio Wesleyan Un-
iversity.
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WE DNES1)AY
1 1:0) --lExcirsion No. lt-Cadilhic )to-
tor Car company. Complete plrocess
of manulfacturing high sclass motor
c'ar;; in lo(dern plant;. Trip end's
at 4 :20 p. mn
5 :40 -Spa ishi LiteraIM lre- Prof. C. P.
Wagner. Nat ural Science auditor-
-W0--Summer 'Choral Union-Georgel
Oscar Bowen, director; Marian Stru-
ble Freeman, violin soloist. Hill
auditorium.
,5 :U0-X-Riacys and (Ciystal Structure
(Illustrated) .-Dean W. L. Bragg,
of the University of Manchester.
Natural Science auditorium.
S:0--The Place of tho Nurse in Pub-
lic Hlealth Work--Miss Elizabeth Fox,
.president, National Organization for
Public fleal1iih Nursing, of New
York. Natural Science auditorium.
Followed by botion pictures, Phys-
ical Culture and tWinning Her Way.
HEALTH SERVICE OPEN
The privilege of the University
Health service will be extended
to all stud.ents of the University
Summer session. The Health
service is located at the corners
of Washtenaw and Volland ave-
nues and will be open from 9 to
1°2 o'clock daily except Sundays
and from 2 to 5 o'clock, Satur-
days and Sundays excepted. All,
students who care to take ad-
vantage of it are gven free med-
ical service.
Physicians are available at all
times by calling the Health ser-
Svice infirmary, Iniversity 186-M. I
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"Grape-Nuts"
and Psychology
An interesting letter
from a student at the
University of Pennsylvania

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Battle Creek, Michigan
Gentlemen:
Today in psychology class we had
an experiment known as the mental
imagery experiment in which we
were given the Galton Breakfast
Table Blank to fill out.
The procedure of this interesting
experiment was first to recall in the
"mind's eye" the breakfast table as
we sat down to it that morning and
to call up its general appearance:
thetable, the food, dishes, and those
present.
This is what happened to me:
I tried to recall the appearance of
the table, the dishes, those who sat
at the table with me-the only thing

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that I could recall was my breakfast
food-" Grape-Nuts." I could see
plainly in my mental imagery the
crisp and wonderfully delicious dish
of my breakfast food and the well-
known box of Grape-Nuts.
The cause for this mental imagery
of "Grape-Nuts" was that we are
"conscious of environment through
sensations"--that we will recall in
mental imagery those things that
have made a favorable impression
upon our minds.
I have eaten "Grape-Nuts" since
the time I started to grade school
and your famous slogan "There's a
Reason" explains it all.

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Manila.- Manuel Auraulla, chief
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Saturday. Justices are appoin ced by
the American President.
Mistaking the house next door for
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