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Vanderbilt Heiress On Honeymoon

ICIAL BULLETIN
is constructive notice to all members of
ved at the office of the Summer Session
n. Saturday).

.40.

1
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AY, JULY 30, 1925

Number 215i

will be given by the Class in Play Production
, instead of Wednesday, August 5, as previously

E. E. Fleischman.

'CHILD HEALTH RULES
APPLIED TO STUDENTS
---4
Miss Mabel Bragg who is teaching
a summer course in "Methods of
Health in Schools," is appliying her
rules for child health to the students
in her classes.
All those taking the course are re-
quired to fill out a health standard
blank stating whether they are suffer7
ing from defects of the heart, thy-
roid glands, lungs, teeth, eyes, hear-
ing, nutrition, visceroptosis, or skin
disease.
In accordance with the principles
! outlined in the course, students are
urged to exercise, diet, get the neces-
sary hours of sleep, recreation andi
soforth.
The University Health service re-
ports an increased number of students
reporting for physical , examinationsa
as a result of Miss Bragg's Influence..
London, July 29.--British scientists
recently almost lost their fives in
experimenting with "Lewisite," a poi-
son war gas in a closed room, but it

> have a refund for the Put-in-Bay Trip may see Professor
oom G 323 Natural Science Building after 3 o'clock.
E. I.. Smith.
[artwell, Superintendent of Public Schools, Buffalo, New
r his second lecture at 4 P. M. today, Thursday, July 30,
an of the University High School, subject: "Supervision
ntendent's Viewpoint.''
Arthur B. 1Ioelman.
ly 30, Dr. Arthur J. - Cramp, of Chicago, director
Investigation of the American Medical Association, will
ostrum and the Public Health." The lecture will be illus-
be given at 8 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural

WANTED
WANTED--Law student wants sing
or double suite near the campus fi
coming year. Private family pr
ferable. Addrsess, Box 108, Daily.
I PAY BEST prices for men's use
clothes. Dial 4310 or call at 115V
Washington. H. Benjamin. .
STUDENT help to work noons at
evenings for board at Arcade Cat
teria.
WANTED-Use of a piano and pra
tice room for two weeks. Locatio
southeast of cai'mpus preferred. Ca
22187.
FO RENT
AT 311 Thompson St., for scho
year, two pleasant, reasonab
suites and singles in warm qui
house. Steam heat hot water a
the time.
-Berlin, July 29.-A German exped

E. x. Brans.

had little effect on several common tion this summer will visit the 2,0
house flies which happened to be in 000 square miles of uncharted 1
the laboratory. in the .Upper Amazon Valley. It
consist of experts in geology, bot
Dance at Union Friday Night. and archaeology.

o wish to attend the joint banquet of the Women's Educa-
Lie Men's Education Club may ,telephone reservations to
uke, Dial 4593, from 8 to 10 A. M. on Friday or Monday.
be held at the Michigan Union on Tuesday at 6:30.
Lila Reynolds, Chairman, Per J. X. Clow, Secretary.
State Prison and the Consumers Power Company, Jack-
ill be visited Saturday, August first. Both men and
nducted inside the prison walls, through the cell block,
the six prison industries. Luncheon will be served as
nsumers Power Company at noon, preceding a brief
ric and gas plants. Anyone wishing to include only a
program may do so. Special interurban cars leave the
116 West Huron Street, at 8:47 A. M. Students motoring
be at the prison office, located at the head of Mechanics

NEW CASINO PAVILION

Dancing Every Night
EXCEP'T SUNDAY

Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Cameron Church, Jr., figures in the most impor-
tant society wedding of the summer, are seen on their honeymoon. Mrs.
Church was Miss Muriel Vanderbilt,,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Vanderbilt. The wedding took place at Newport.
State Street, Saturday evening, August 1, from 8 to 10.
lur M. Malik, President.
Program of One-Act Plays
This evening at eight o'clock, in the Auditorium of University
Hall the class in One-Act Plays will present three short plays: "The Mayor
and the Manicure"', by George Ade, "The Valiant", by Holworthy Hall and
Robert Middlemass, and "A Merry Death", by Nicholas Evreinov. Tickets
may be secured at the State Street book stores.
R. C. Hunter.

NAT NA.TOLS

ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINERS

ONE OF THE BEST

bout $1.50. Trip over by 3 P. M. Leave names
ce Box, Room 8, University Hall by Friday, 6 P.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.

in
M.

This dance pavilion is one of the largest'an finest in the State.

WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN

eign Students attending the
iven at the Helen Newberry

Summer Session are
Residence on South

Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor

M THE FILES
YEARS AGO 'TODAY
ndications point toward
opment of the Michigan
ssion in the near future,
xpected progress is' made
will rank with Columbia,
Chicago, and California.
rollment at the University
king Michigan fifth. Prof.
, dean of the Summer ses-
ade an estimate of between
000 students for Michigan
ive summers. He qualifies
it by saying that the num-
ality of the courses given
:tended.
ng the falseness of the
nan is what his environ-
s him, and producing cer-
substantiating his atti-
A. Franklin Shull, of the
partment, treated on the
heredity and environment
ural Science auditorium
afternoon.
YEARS AGO TODAY
)Scott, of the geology de-
will conduct an excursion
ay Saturday. The trip will
lal interest to students of
it all others desiring to
1 be welcome. At the is-
Cott will demonstrate the
t of the shore-line by wave
e the various glacial per-
glacial striations, and give'
[c history of thecames.'
swill furnish excellent!
opportunities, and the'
)r. Cott will lecture upon
tar structures formed by
and stalagmites, and their,
the strength of the came,
ler thi s opportunity doub-
ly 29.-A French scientistj
have developed a crystal]
11 pick up radio programs
les and operate a loud
short distances. The rys
m of "ferrosilicon," and is
a electric furnace through

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