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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

F C BUL't'ET1 9 \LL.Camp Davis Enrolls!
25 Students; Kraus I
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ar
of the University. Copy received lot the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Enrollment at Camp Davis on Dou-
Volume VIII SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1928 Number 8 glas lake hasreached a total of 25,
according to an announcement made
raduate Students : yesterday from the office of the Dean of
Students who have not returned their election cards to the office of the Summer Session. The camp is
e Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall, should do so by Monday, July 2.' under the direction of Prof. C. T.
Changes in elections should be made on Friday, Saturday and Monday. Johnston of the engineering school.
uis involves changing of one course for another, dropping of courses, or It will continue for a term of eight
ding of courses to schedule already submitted. weeks during which time a course in
The Graduate School office should be notified of change of city address. surveying is being offered.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder. Breaking the enrollment record for
the Geology and Geography camp, the
dhool of Education-Change of Elections: enrollment for this season has reach-
Any change of elections by students enrolled in the School of Education ed a total of 50 students. The camp
ust be reported at the office, 105 Tappan Hall. located at Mills Springs, Kentucky,
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a class and is under the supervision of Prof.
gin until all changes hiave ;been officially registered in this office. Arrange- George M. Ehlers of the geology de-
ents made only with the instructors are not official changes. This applies partment. A six weeks course in
cewise when the student changes sections.' geological and geographical field work
Gretchen Krug, Recorder. is offered which will culminate in a
working trip through mountain valleys
Exhibition of Tibetian Paintings Architectural Building:. to the city of Washington.:
A group of Tibetian paintings is now hung in the glazed cases, ground Several improvements have been
or Architectural Building. There are also a number of pencil sketches made at the camp for tle benefit of
ode abroad by Samuel Chamberlain, Louis Rosenberg and Otto Eggers, those who are attending the camp this
stinguished American artists. summer. An electric lighting system i
Emil Lorch. has been installed throughout the
buildings, while an electrical refrig-
:eersion No. 3-Nhtgara Falls: eration system has been added to the
All those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Falls improved kitchen facilities.
e urged t register as soon as possible with Profes'sor R. C. Hussey, Edward H. Kraus, Dean of the Sum-
Room 3051, Natural Science Building. All students must register before mer Session will spend Friday and
ursday nooini July 5th so that reservations may be made. The party Saturday of this week inspecting the
ves Friday afternoon, July 6, at 3:15 p. m. and returns to Ann, Arbor camp at Mills Springs and later will!
rly Monday morning, July 9. The trip can be made for $25. visit the camps on Douglas lake.
K. C. Hussey . +

WOMAN'S WORK IS MORE DIFFICULT
THAN MAN'S, VISITING WOMAN SAYS
"Men still have the power, but it is ways that help both the individual and
our privilege to grease the wheels," the community.
derclares Miss Mabel C. Bragg, assis- "I once heard a famous lecturer say
tant superintendent of schools, Newton, that wherever a health program is in
Mass., visiting professor of health ed- operation, it is nearly always because
ucation. "We have wonderful oppor- some one person cared enough about
tunities at the present time, but per- children to arouse the interest of the
haps the greatest is to work with men community. A successful health edu-

Students enrolled at the ,Su
Session of the University of '
sin at the end of the first we
registration numbered 4,911, 1
ing 1,119 graduate students.
OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames mad
To Order
Optical Prescriptions
Filled
HALLERS
State St. Jewelers/

to help them put their ideas across
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and to get men to help us realize our.
own ideas.-
"If we can not attain our end with-
out antagonism, we should wait until
we diminish opposition. As workers,
women probably achieve most when
we are successful in getting people to
think with us so that after a time they
are willing to do things because they
believe they thought of them first.
We can not go any faster than the com-
munity in which we are working is
willing to go with us."
"Old education concerned itself with
knowledges and skills," continued
Miss Bragg. "New education 'deals not
only with these, which are of course
important, but also with the forming
of habits, attitudes, traits and char-
acteristics that influence behavior in
I

cation program means all the people
of a community working together for
the health of children, to raise the
standards of living, and to raise the
health practices of the community. To
quote the slogan of one city, it means
'MAKING HEALTH FASHIONA-
BLE.'"

VISIT DETROIT THIS SUMMER
and enjoy an all-day outing at
PUT-IN-BAY
A delightful cruise among, the Sunny, Lake Erie Islands;
a fairyland of vineyards, orchards and fowers. Put-In-
Bay abounds in interest for young and old. There is
bathing, dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves
and Perry's monument.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First
St. (Detroit) daily at 9 a.m. returning at 8 p.m. R.T. fares:
$1.00 week days. $1.50 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to
Sandusky daily making connections with Cedar Point
Ferry% Thru to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay.
CEDAR POINT
vrive to Detroit and
enjoy the On Fridays a special excursion is run,
DANCING to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
MOONLIGI . "S,.
Leave Detroit 8.45 p.m. Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
Return esy an.. park, magnificent bathing beach and
Thursday. 6ea. board-walk it can rightfully be called
Saturday, Sunday and the Atlantic City of the West.
Holidays. 75.
Write for Folder

ics Colloquim:-
Dr. Thomas H. Johnson of the The Bartol Research Foundation of The
kli'n Institute, Philadelphia, will speak on "The Reflection of Hydrogen
.s from Crystals," today at 4:15, in Room 1041, East Physics Building.
nterested are cordially invited.
H. I. Randall.
ALL-DRESSED 'COLLEGIATE' OF OLD
DAYS SHOWN IN NEW COLOR PLATES
By R. D. I appears to be the gregt-granddaddy
ould that particular species of of that latest atrocity perpetrated
sapiens now rampant on the upon unsuspecting man, the glorified
us, known as "sheik" or "colle- pyjama in vertical rainbow stripes.
," ever desire to know just how As shown in the exhibit it is worn
i of a piker he really is when by a good looking Gallic gentleman of
mnes to clothes he would do well Ithe Middle Ages. It appears to be a
sit the foyer of the main library close fitting two piece garment with
view the exhibition of color plates sailor collar and is tightly tied at the
'aul Louis de Giafferri entitled ankles with pink bows. The color
History of French Masculine scheme given by Mr. de Giafferri is
ume." a light pink and canary in alternating
rhaps the most startling and pro- stripes. One .would judge from the
e discovery is a portrayal of what picture that it was considered proper

in those aays for gentlemen to appear
in public in such an outfit, another
example of the growing relinquish-
ment of man's perogatives to the wil-
ier sex.
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Love that renounces and glori-
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strong, virile, masterful; Evelyn
Brent, " lovely and appealing.

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