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~Y, JULY 11, 1~ THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY F1~IDAY, JULY 101 19&1
D aily Off icial Bulletin
JAOSA ESSHEALTH INSTITUTE
Glenadine Snow, professor of health
education, Michigan State Normal
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the
Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
VOLUME XI SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1931-
C. Young Discusses
Excursion No. 4-Second Trip to Ford Plant: This trip will be made
Wednesday, July 15, for students who were unable to go July 8. The
party leaves at 1 p. m. from the front of Angell Hall and ends at 5:45
p. m., Ann Arbor. The round trip to the plant and return is by motorbus.
Reservations may be made in the Summer Session office, room 9,
University Hall, up to 5 p. m., Tuesday, July 14.
Chinese Students' Club: The first social meeting of the club willp
be held in Lane Hall at 7:30 this evening. All Chinese students are
requested to be present.
K. C. Lee, Secreta y
Phi Delta Kappa: The regular weekly luncheon will be held at the
Michigan Union, Tuesday, July 14, from 12 to 1 o'clock. The speaker
will be Vice President Yoakum. All members of other chapters are
L. O. Andrews, President of Omega Chapter
Public Health Nurses: A tea will be held for Public Health Nurses
enrolled in the University Summer Session tomorrow afternoon from
4 to 5:30 at 1700 Fenwood Drive, corner of Granger and Ferdon.
Wesleyan Guild: Sunday Evening Devotional meeting at 6 o'clock
at Wesley Hall. Students f onm Taylor and Asbury Colleges will have
charge of the program. You are cordially invited to be present. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Outdoor Service: There will be an outdoor service of Ann Arbvr
churches at 7 o'clock Sunday evening on the lawn of the Presbyterian
Church house, Washtenaw avenue. The speaker will be Dean G. Carl
Huber, his topic being, "Thoughts on Religion."
Unitarian Student Outing: Sunday afternoon. Meet at church at
Baptist Guild: Meets 12 to 12:40 Sunday noon, west transept of
church auditorium. Dr. Ora S. Duffendack of the physics department
of the university will speak on "The Faith of a Physicist."
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"Federal health service never em- s
ploys the police power which is (
granted by law because it achieves s
its purpose of controlling epidemics .
by an attitude of helpfulness and I
statesmanship," Dr. Allan J. Mc- I
Laughlin, of the United States Pub- I
lie Health service told the students,
"and this method works so well that
greater co-operation among the
various health agencies, official and
unofficial, departments of healthY
education, and the medical profes-
sion exists today than at any time
m the past. The work of the fed-
eral public health service, in all its
five branches of foreign quarantine
wo examine aliens before entry into
the United States, of the interstate
quarantine that is responsible for
she control of interstate epicem.is,
of health demonstration, of re-
search to investigate the diseases
I of man, and of hospital service for
government employes, is conducted
in the same spirit," Dr. McLaughlin
Jacobs will discuss "Public Health
Publicity" at 9 o'clock today. Dr.
ollege, will discuss "Methods and
Materials in Health Education." Dr.
dcLaughlin will aescribe the rela-
,ion of federal health service to
tate, county, and city health de-
>artments. "Mental Hygiene and
Its Relation to Public Health" will
be the subject of an address by Dr.
Theophile Raphael, professor of
clinical psychiatry at the Univer-
ity. Dr. Carleton Dean, of the
Children's fund of Michigan, will
speak on "The Organization and
Administration of a District Health
Department." "The Prevention of
Deafness" will be discussed by Dr.
Horace Newhart, professor of otol-
ogy, University of Minnesota, and
past president of the American.
federation of organizations for the
hard of hearing.
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The Wom' n's Education Club will meet in the Women's League
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Ethel McCo mick, Acting Dean of Women, will bring greetings to the
club and will describe summer campus activities for women at Michigan.
Dean Edmonson of the School of Education will address the club. Mr.
Charles B. Ruegnitz of the School of Music will render a group of vocal
selections. All women interested in education are cordially invited.
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday at the Michigan Union
from 7 to 8 p. m. Dr. J. K. Pollock will discuss "The Present Political
Situation in Europe." All men interested in education are welcome.
Afternoon Conference on Education: At the Conference to be held
Monday, July 13, at 4 p. m. in the University High School Auditorium
Professor C. L. Clark will discuss "Some Problems of Adult Education
ingadMetropolitan College." All who are interested in Education are
urged to attend.
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Frederick Novy and Mrs. Novy, Dean
Henry M. Bates and Mrs. Bates,
Dean Clare E. Griffin and Mrs. Grif-
fin, Prof. Earl V. Moore and Mrs.
Moore, Dean Joseph E. Bursley and
Mrs. Bursley, Miss McCormick, and
Carlton F. Wells and Mrs. Wells.
Prof. Jackson B. Sharman was
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