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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1925 Number 1$S
dern Language Survey:
Professor Algernon Coleman, University of Chicago, representing the
rvey o? modern language teaching in this country, will be at the Uni-
rsityr Monday, June 29, and will speak of the. aims and methods of the
rvey and of the progress which it has so far accomplished at 4:00 o'clock
Room 200 South Wing. It i1s urgently requested that all teachers of
>dern languages be present. .This survey is of the utmost importance, and
achers must cooperate in order to enable it to accomplish its purpose
full measure.
A. G. Canfield.
omen Students:
All women students enrolled in the University Summer Session, wh'o
ire a medical examination, will please make their appointment at the
alth Service during the first two weeks,
Gertrude Jones, M.D.
eekly Bulletin:
All notices for the bulletin for the week of July 6 to 11 should be left
the .Office of the Summer Session, Room 8, University Hall, before Wed-
sday noon, July 1.:
E. H. Kraus.
ithemptics 2, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Beginning next week, my section of Mathematics 2 will meet on Tues-
y, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 10 to 12, room 3010 A.H.
S. E. Field.
nuner Session Reception:
A general reception to the students of the Summer Session will be hela
esday, June 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. in Alumni Memorial Hall.
E. H. Kraus.
akespearen Reading:
t I, Scene 2. Portia-Rosenblum; Nerissa-Menard; Servant-Bronson.
t I, Scene 2. Bassanio-Morgaridge; Shylock-Johnson; Antonio-Sawyer.
t II, Scene 2. Launcelot-Mrs. Westcott; Gobbo-Crowe; Bassonio-Hirs'bh-
man; Gratiano-Gass.,
t II, Scene 8. ) Salarino-Holden; Salanio-Brown; Shylock-Black;
t III, Scene 1. )Tubal-Menger
t' II, Scene 9. ) Bassanio-Levinson; Portia-F. Chang; Gratiano-Reese;
t III, Scene 2. ) Nerissa-Hirschman; Lorenzo-Morgaridge; Jessica-
Gass; Salanio-Lippman.
t III, Scene 4. Portia--Holden; Nerissa-Brown;; Lorenzo-Reese; Jessi-
ca-Crowe; Balthazar-Sawyer.
t IV, Scene 1. The Dake-Anderson; Antonio-Demaray; Bassanio-
Lippman; Gratiano-Wilson;i Salarino-Johnson; Shylock-Lewis;
Portia-Bronson; Nerissa-Sheets; Clerk--Chang V.
t V, Scene; 1. Lorenzo-Baker; Jessica-Hull; Portia-Van Buren
Nerissa-Menger; Bassanio-Reese; Antonio-Anderson; Gratiano-
Morgaride.
Lionel Crocker.
he University Health Service:
All students who have paid the regular fees have the privilenge of util-
ing the facilities offered by the University Health Service, an organiza-
n operated under University Administration for the purpose of creating 1
id maintaining normal student health.
The facilities offered include:
DISPENSARY .(First floor, Hours 9-12 A.M. daily except Sunday and
5 P.M. except Saturday and Sunday).
1. Consultation, advice and treatment of illness.
2. Co-operation with specialists at the University Hospital, to wlom
rtain cases are referred.
3. Complete physicaI examination, to determine general status of

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 for diagnosis of dental conditions, I
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 thermno 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 (TI. 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 be 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) petients, nor to any Ktudent who enters the Hospitals without
making sati :act ory arrangements regarding such ex pense, prviously
through the Health Service office.
Students are urged to report at the health Service regaridmig 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
-
Tucson, Ariz.-When a student ing an Indian attack on a stockade,
"flunks" out of college,it is the fault and also the movement of the covered
of the institution, according to Frank- wagon across the desert.
lin C. Paschal, professor of psychol-
Madison, Wis.--One does not need
ogy, and dean of men at the Univer-1
sity of Arizona. Professor Paschal to have a high school education to
reclaimed eighty percent of a group pass college entrance requirements,
of failing students without any loss of 'according to Nander M. Nelson, for-
class time. He selected 25 students ! mer Wisconsin cow tester.
from 80 who had failed in 50 per cent Nelson successfully passed the
of their work. These students were university entrance examinations
given provisional registration, and without attending high school. With
allowed to register for 12 1-2 units outside study and one summer session
as a maximum. As a result 20 were in the university he, secured the
saved. necessary eight units for admission
Lack of adequate high school train- as a special student. By taking ex-,
ing, and not knowing how to study, aminations in studies similar to
Professor Paschal gives as two of the those of his college work, he was able
most frequent causes of failure. to pass the remainder of the require-

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The around the world flight of Major Pedro Zanni of the Arge
army, came to an abrupt end at Osaka, Japan, when a high wave w
ed his plane. The accident occurre d as he was taking off for Ka
gaura, preparatory to attempting to fly ,across the Pacific over the
followed in the opposite direction by the U. S. world fliers.
I issued by the world headquar
LARG6 E SUMS INVESTED the fund here.
U Of this money $5,194,440 was
-IIin the purchase of agricultur
BY JEWSi ST urban land and $774,150 in lai
provements, including the dry
Jerusalem, June 26.-(By A.P.)- of swamps, road building, wate
The Jewish National fund has invest- ply installation and building to
new settlers.
ed almost $6,000,000 in the purchase .
and improvement of1land in Palestine Paris, June 26.-The Frenc
and improvement of land ernment's need for additional r
from October, 1920, to April, 1925, ap- has induced it to grant a con(
proximately the period of Sir Her- permitting an automobile ma
bArt Samuel's administration as high urer to use the Eiffel Tower
commissioner, according to a report electric display advertisement.

Urbana, II1.-Plans for an extreme
intramural program during the sum-
mer have been announced. A new
intramural sport will be added this
year, playground ball, while an old
one, golf, will be dropped. Other
tournies will be, baseball, basketball,
and horseshoe.
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Austin, Tex.-The most recent in-
ventions' on fireworks will be dis-
played here in the Memorial Stadium
on July 4. The westward trend of
civilization *will be portrayed show-

ments and to enter as a regular stud-
ent. All this he accomplished in less
than two years. At the end of his
freshman year, Nelson stood second
highest, scholastically in his class.
Althoughthe cost of living in
the Netherlands is declining many
wage increases are being demanded.
Paris, June 26.-Before the end of
this year all French military flyers
will be equipped with parachutes, the
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ilding, Maynard street, any
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