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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETI.N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all minmb7ers of
the University. Copy received at. the office of tare Summer ,(ssion
until'3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1925 Number 211
World Tour:
Students wishing information concerning the University World Tour
conducted by New York University may consult Mr. Lionel Crocker, Room
4200 Angell Hall, M, T, Th, F, from 1 to 3.
Lionel Crocker.
Women's Educational Club:
Miss Mercy J. Hayes, formerly a prominent school administrator of
Detroit, will address the club members and friends at the meeting Monday,
at 7:15, at 836 Tappan.
Jennie X. Clow, Secretary.
Visitors Night at the Observatory:
Tickets for visitors' nights at the Observatory, July 29, 30, and 31, may
be obtained at the, Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 A. M. and
2 to 4 P. M. These tickets are intended for students of theNSummer
Session who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying fi
them..
E. H. Kraus.'
The University Health Service:
All students who have paid the regular fees have the privilenge of util-
izing the facilities offered by the University Health Service, an organiza-
tion operated under University Administration "or the purpose of creating.
and maintaining normal student health..
The facilities offered include:
DISPENSARY (First floor, Hours 9-12 A.M. daily except Sunday and
.1-5 P.M. except Saturday and Sunday).
1. 'Consultation, advice and treatment of illness.
2. Co-operation with specialists at the University Hospital, to whom
certain cases are referred.
3. Complete phy ical examination, t, determine general status of
health.
4. Operation on nose and tonsils (performed by member of staff of
University Hospital), for which a charge of $10 is made.
5. Major operations for emergency cases only, (performed at the
University Hospital), for which no charge is made, except for extra nurs-
ing.
6. X-ray service, providing means fir diagnosis of dental conditions,
fractures, lung disease, etc. (Hours 11-12-A.M.)
7. Eye refractions, with minimum charge for lenses and frames.
8. A Pharmacy, where prescriptions are filled for students without
charge (Hours 2-4 P.M.)
9. Special apparatus for giving thereno and photo-therapy.
INFIRMARY (Second floor. Open 'to receive students at all hours.
Visiting hours from 2-4 P.M. and 7-8 P.M. daily.)
The Health Service maintains a corps of nurses, physicians and neces-
sary equipment to provide bed care for 25 patients. Additional cases are
transferred to the University Hospital. No'charge is made for this service.
Outside Room Calls
Any student wishing a Health Service doctor to make a call at his or
her room, may leave request for same with the clerk at the Dispensary
(Tel. University,.166), during day hours, and with the nurse at the Infirm-
ary (T1. University 186M1) during other hours. A schedule is maintained
for having a doctor on room call duty at all hours. A minimum charge is
made for all room-calls.
Expenses for major operations of non-emergency cases must he paid
by the student. The Health Service will not be financially responsible

for any expense at the Hospitals, involved in supplying anything to am-
bulator (out) patients, nor to any student who enters the Hospitals without
making satisfactory arrangements retarding such expense, previously
through the Health Service office.
Students are urged to report at the Health Service regarding any ill-
ness, accidents or contagious disease, etc. as soon as possible, in order that
prompt treatment may prevent further complication.
Warren E. Forsythe, M. D.
News From Other Colleges

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"WE NEED TEACHERS"
Free Registration Many Vacancies
WESTMORE TEACHERS' AGENCY
706 Old National Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash.

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Austin, Tex-With an enrollment
of 12 teachers, a course covering the
use of contests in the public schools,
with special reference to the methods
used in the Interscholastic league, has
just been completed at the University
of Texas summer school, where it was
given for the first time. In spite of
the small enrollment, the class was
very enthusiastic,, and a larger enroll-
ment is expected should the course be
given in the 1926 summer sessi1i:
Urbana,'Ill.-M. M. Stockwell of the
department of economics will #leave
the university in September to ac-
cept an assistant professorship in eco-
nomics at Lehigh university. Mr.
Stockwell has been a member of the
faculty for the last three years.
Austin, Tex. 'O. D. Williams, in-
structor in bacteriology in the Univer-
sity of Texas for the last three years,.
has been awarded a teaching fellow-
ship in bacteriology in the medical
school of the University of California.
j Berkeley, for the next session. He
has been granted a leave of absence.
Bloomington, Ind.-Students who
have failed to pay their taxes are to
be reported to the dean, according to
a statement made by the county treas-
urer last week. Those students who
voted in Monroe county during recent
elections have been assess'od for taxes
in this county. There is no way of
enforcing the law upon these delin-
quents, but steps are being taken to
collect as much as possible.
Madison, Wis.-Nine University of
Wrisconsin students started out last
week to "play their way around the
world." They are members of Hares-
foot, honorary men's dramatic society,
and played in the twenty-seventh an-
nual production, "Ivan-Ho," given by
the club 'in eleven cites last fall. The
men left New York for Liverpool, and
will go to Wembley to play for the
Empire exposition. Their intinerary

includes London, Paris, and other Eu-
ropean cities.
Austin, Tex. -More than 250 de-
grees will be conferred by the Uni-
versity of Texas in August, accord-
ing to the prediction of Dean T. U.
Taylor of the college of engineering,
and chairman of the diploma commit-
tee. This will make a total of 760
degrees conferred during 1925. In no
previous year has.the university con-
ferred as many as 700.

BLUE LANTERN

ISLAND LAKE

Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday
Sunday Afternoon and Eve.

Classifieds

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LOST-Small grey purse on campus-
finder please call 7271. 528 Elm.

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LOST-A silver ring with a yellow
set. Phone 7745. Miss Woodford.

Dial 4219 tomorrow and we'll
call for your laundry. You'll
be so satisfied with the fine
work we'll bring back to you
that you will call us every time

FOR RENT

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FOR RENT-To upper class girls, two
furnished front single rooms in pri-
vate home three blocks from cam-
pus. No other students. Dial 5421.
FOR RENT- For school year, two
nicely furnished rooms. Steam heat,
no other roomers, reasonable rent.
Phone 5035.
WANTED
A JUNIOR Student wants a suite of
rooms this coming fall in a private
family, near the campus, preferably.
Give details. Box 4, Daily.
WANTED- Student to work noons
and evenings for board at Arcade
Cafeteria.
Read the Want Ads

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Womenm interested in earning W. A.
A. honor points by going upon or- I
ganized hikes should call up Kather-
ine Iardner, '28, aithorized leader,
dial 3881, and make arrangements with
her.
Canton,'July 25. -- Forcible enroll-
ment of native strikers as soldiers
with threats , that no ..provisions or
shelter will be given unless they join,
continues.

Summer School Supplies
Fountain Pens Brief tases Furnishings
'Iichigan Banners and Pennants
Athletic- Supplies

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RCAINS should be of interest to
Summier School Teachers and stu-
dents. . N. New additions daily.

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A REAL thriller of the race course
hearts and reputations are at stake.
days in old Kentucky, land of moon-
romance, land of thundering hoofs. Yot
thrilled as you've never been thrilled bef
all your picture-going days.
Don't miss this- greate
racing romance of year
CLAIRE WINDS
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of a modern Venus-trembling lips told
the story in her heart-and this strong
man took her in his arms-threw position,
future, all, to the winds for one rapturous
moment.
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