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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 WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1925 Number 202
an Lloyd's Consultaton Hours:
Students wishing to consult me should come to my office, Room 1014,
gell Hall, before July 19, as I am to leave then for my vacation. Office
u's: Daily, 11-12; Wednesday, 3-4.
A. H. Lloyd.
ecutive Board, Graduate Schol:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
Wednesday, July 15, at 4:00 P. M.
A. H. Lloyd.
an Effinger's Consultation Hours:
My last consultation hours before leaving for my summer vacation,
11 be from 9 to 12 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and
iday, of the week beginning July 13th.
John R. Effinger.
idents in School Administration:
The advanced group in School Administration will meet on Thursday,
ly 16, of this week instead of Wednesday, at the usual hour.
Arthur B. Moehlman.

1. Consultation, advice and treatment of illness.
2. Co-operation with specialists at the University Hospital, to whom
certain cases are referred.
3. Complete physical examination, to 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. Majdr 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,
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
clbarge (Hours 2-4 P.M.)
9. Special apparatus for giving thermo 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 Ho'spital. 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 minirnum 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) patients, nor to any student who enters the Hospitals without
making satisfactory arrangements regarding such expense, previously
through the Health Service office.
Students are urged to report at the Health Service regarding any ill-
ness, accidents or contagious dise4se, etc. as soon as possible, in order that
prompt treatment may prevent further complication.
Warren E. Forsythe, M. D.

"I Am The

CAMP DRIVE
(Continued from Pag
Frank Bailey, '21, who is
leader in the camp for the
son and who is a teacher
lic schools in Winnetka,
relative to the work of the
"Of all the investment
those that are made in
boys axle the most valua
they are the making of
of tomorrow. The Fresh
taking hundreds of boys

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Judge George W. Olvany, above,
head of Tammany Hall, recently spik-
ed rumors that other members of the;
New York Democratic organization,
would select the next mayoralty can-.
didate and aides with the terse state-
ment above.
The University of Michigan club of
Detroit will hold its first golf tourna-
ment of the season July 17 at the Bir-1

versity Women:
There will be a picnic at
nen of the Summer Session.
nnasium at 5 o'clock. One
dred to sign in the Office of
per will form the picnic.

Whitmore Lake today, July 15, for all
University trucks will start from Barbour
hundred can be accomodated. The first
the Dean of Women and pay 25 cents for

der-privileged from the city
and giving them a ten day I
and the opportunity to lear
ship by their contact with -
leaders and a study of the p
of-doors. Three years ago I
the camp program and I valu
that time spent with the bo
the summer. I have seen
the same! boys several se
camp and have seen the
physically and in the fine
we like to see in boys. Boys
caused theiri parents and the
court much concern, have gc
interest in the great out-of-
developed into fine fellows.
of no money that could
spent than for the benefit
boys at' the Fresh Air camp
WEAR A TAG TODAY
Harry Cowles, the Harvar
sity coach, predicts that
Chandler, the youthful
giant, will equal or surpas
Richards within five years.
HAVE YOU GOT A TAG
Washington, July 14.-
population of the United E
decreased by about 182,004
partment of agriculture est

Lillian Wetzel, President, Women's League.
o the Members of the Summer Session Faculty:
The Dictaphone Station, located in 101 South Wing, University Hall, is
stablished for the se of all faculty members. All work which is of purely
Iniversity character, such as correspondence, lecture notes, lecture topics,
tc., is done gratis. Dictation, if brief, may be given directly to a stenog-
apher. Give the 'station a trial.
E. Whitchurch, Head of Dictaphone Station.
Graduate and Research Students in Physics, and their wives, are in-
ited to a "seance" and reception in the Physics Laboratory, tonight, July
.5th, at eight o'clock. The laboratories and research rooms will be open
or inspection during the evening.
_______________- HA iL Randall.
Shakespearean Recital:
The Merchant of Venice will be presented by the class in Shakespear-
an Reading on Monday evening, July 20, at eight o'clock in Univrsity.
[fall.
Lionel Crocker.
To the Proprietors of Men's Rooming Houses:
All householders who rent rooms to men students are urgently re-
quested to list their rooms in the office of the Dean of Students.
Lists of rooms fMr the ensuing session are now being prepared so that
they may be available for the use of prospective students this month. All
householders are urged to cooperate by notifying this office immediately so
that their rooms may be on the lists.
J. JA. Bursley.
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 UniversitytAdministration for 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).

Large Number Of 1
Summer Students
Possess Degrees!
According to a recent compilation
of statistics made for Dean Edward H.
Kraus of the Summer session, 1,185 oft
the 3,175 students now enrolled for l
the Summer session in the University,
possess one or more degrees. Off
this number, 148 students hold two de-
grees, 12 hold three degrees and three
hold four degrees. These figures
show that the number of college
graduates enrolled is approximately
37 .percent of the total number en-
rolled. This is an increase of about 1
two percent over the figures of last
year.
The table indcates that there are
42 different degrees held. Those hav-
ing an A.B. degree are 853 in number,
those with a B.S. degree are 204 in
number, while there are 111 students
who have the A.M. degree. There are
11 registered nurses, 18 doctors of
medicine, and 47 masters of science
included in these figures. The legal.
profession is represented by 11 bach-
elors of law and two masters of law.{
The remaining degrees are distributed
in smaller amounts, and indicate a
wide variation in the character of
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past scholastic work dlone by stuent
now on the campus.
Tap ping To Form

Big Rapids Club
Hauley Tapping, field secretary of
the Aulmni association, will organize
a University 6f Michigan club today
at Big Rapids, Mich. Mr. Tapping
will meet the officers of the University
of Michigan club tomorrow at Grand
Rapids, Mich.

mingham Country club. Mr. Tapping
plans to attend.
Nearly $80,000,000 was collected
from the motorist in the form of'gas-
oline taxes in 1924 . The largest tax
was collected by California, $12,000,-
000.
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It's only made of cardboard and!i1111I1h111lII1hI1hiIIIIIIIIII1hIIIthIII1IIili
string, but the Fresh Air camp tags
will be a wonderful way of classifying
people today..:.
TODAY IS TAG DAY
sum'sMfER
AR~t i Eve. - 50c to $2.50;=
GAR RICK Eves ANDItES2.
Wed. Mat.50c to $1.50 L 1 r_
ith Big Week Sat.Mat. Scto S2.OON
The Miracle Play of America
ANNE NICHoLS'"A complete line of
'A e Ro 39summer specials for
that sweet tooth
SEE IT! You WillEventually
. WHY NOT NOW!
SEATS NOW Fountain Room
For This and Next Week. - Beautiful
r -r
Glendale 9792
Mats. Tuesday, Thursday
PLAYHOUSE. and Saturday. 50c-75c. -
Voodward at i,'ot. Eves. 75c-$I.50 _
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's.
TUFSDAY MATINEE
The tnstelIe Co.
Iu a Comedy of Life by Philip Barry Betsy Shop -
[Author of "You and I"] B s Ross
"The Youngest" A
r In the Arcade
ALSO -
A DANCE DIVERTISSEMENT"-
Arranged by VICTORIA CASSAN N
urtain rises on the Dance Divertissement-at=
8:io nights and mats 2.10..
Theatre cooler than home or office. =
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COOLER HERE THAN ANYWHERE

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NOW

ADOLPH
MENJOU
-In-
"LOST-A WIFE"

JACK PICKFORD
Mid An All Star Cast in
"6M ySon"
The salt tang o' the sea is in it
-the great men of the sailing
boats-the simple people of the
fishing coast-their adventures
-their gallant fights against
the hazards of the seas-and
more too, when you see this
mother's sacrifice for a son who
was lured by a siren.
Added Attractions
International News
I. C. Witwer's
Pacemakers
"WHAT PRICE,
GLORIA"
Topical Comments

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A Honemoon Farce Comedy

-Keith Feature-
JAE"S & ADAMS
"Moments Musical"

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Rack Sennett Comedy
"THE LION'S WHISKERS"

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Stortlng Thu
"CONFESS1
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The

Wisconsin Players

Present

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"MISS LULU BETT" "ANTIGONE" "FASHION"
iy Zona Gale W y Sophocles Iy Anna Cora Jovatt
THURSDAY, July 16 FRIDAY, July 17 SATURDAY, July 18
In UNIVERSITY HALL at 8:15. Adimission to each performance, 50 and 75 cents.
Tickets on sale beginning Monday, July 13, at Graham'8, Slater's, and Wahr's.

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