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THE-.

WvOLVERINE

No. 3.

Vol IL.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, Tgii

ZADU 'TES COMPIL.E MI!h'~VOW
[N DUSTRiAL STATISTICS. lUAU VDElGREES ILL

STUDENTS ARE TO S UMMERJOYTUDNOS WIILGS DAVIS CHRONICLES
MEET IN~RU CTORS The reading room, tennis courts, and f4IHIAN SGR WT
gan Union are in usC daily. It is ex-
pected that variosus concerts and enter-
Faculty Reception at Barbour Itasinnents gives sast year can ie re- First Lecture of Summer School
Gym Follows President ed tehe Uisinsummer.hduritngtre regusal.whoionsion Series Contrasts Old With
' Adrss are csntitled to membsershsitsfar tiese 5tt- Nw nnAro
>-lutcin $ ddres mer.Those who are attendingth Ne An Aro
Utsisversity for te first tstts cmnt he-
FUNCIONtembetsers hy tayig a fee of one
FUNCTION WILL END WITH DANCE dllar. EXPENSES MUCK LOWER THEN

Cotmbintintg a tals: hy Presidectt Harry
B. Huttchitts ott"Restpect for tite Lass"
wills a recepstions hy thsetpresidietatnt
fascuty tta suttmtmer scho stttdetnts to-
nmorrowe evenitng wiii lettslatt espeecial
featttre to the summnter sessiotn. Tihe
presidletiwsilistpeaklfrstmtthe platfortmt
of Uinisersity It llait S:oo p. tm. anitst
thse costclussisot of isis talk tite audcietnce
willasijeourtn to te pasrors of Barhouse
gymsnasit.t
After thc recetptiott of thse stuntns
antI othse guests itt tarsbouregyminasictmt
thsere wiii he givetn a sdsttce ants refresh-
mesnis. Presicdetnt attti Mrs. Hstchht's
will head the receisvittgline; Regeist stnd
Mrs. Beasl wiii he preset as weli as a
large dlesgationt of Sihe uttiversity facuil-
Ty.
This is onte of the toast protmittet
funcetiaots platnntd foe the suttmmtee ses-
siott sand it is intetntdedl thsststll suitmoer
studettts bse presettt to hecotme acqutaint-
ed witht eacit nther andtteo nmeet tile
f aculty.
NOVICES ARE SHOWN REAL
FLYING AT DETROIT MEET.
Membhers of tite Aerotnatiasl society
of Ite Unisversity of Michigsattsand msasy
sftdensts attd alusmni of thtat insstitutison
were treated to a gliittpse of the resti
air flying st thte asviationt seelttis after-
noats. It wsas "Michigatn Dats" statntnum
lsers of titettttdergraduatses fottnsd it 1o05
sie So he itt Detroit. The grsisncstancds
and grootslwsere filse itht sens sindt
girls swearisn"gtte Micinisignia.~st
As tact leett promttisedi Sy tite protto-
lees of thte meet special attetttittostsa
'psaidtoItshue stttdettts. Unsfortnately a
rsthter treaciherosts winsdseas hloissnit
thsst sservesd to hiitder tite aerossauts
frttis gettittg the toost resutlts frosotiseir
nmsihittes. Iloswever, all of tenett
msade flights. Rette Simns did sottte
very sdiffessit.stpirls fotr the iseit of
te staices. Si. Croix Johttstttte csttte
itt for tin satre of thte glory swiit a dis-
tastee sitd altitutse run. Thte anistars
were ever present intthie hig tent ts
answer the questiotts of tite stndents.
A bsatdge shoswittgttte to bse a Micitigast
msail tttstsred tte wearer a "carte
lanschte" tos aii evensts.
'It was certaittly attexceptitttal op-
portuttity for thte tetmbiers of the
A0eronaticaesl societs' tos sitttess thse two
tytpes of msaciise," said IHIarryCsttnnell,
whttshas lteentth~e tresidesit of the Utti-
versity society for thse sasSyease. "Mluds
cttttsd be. atntlwas leartnediby te fet-
loswhott attetndedi the steet ltSatswill Ste
vssltuasle1ttot r oe et exS learwsete
t ,tarss to st t ~ ssvlIah~
'"Imtttml ttso nre thanss telighted'tisth~i
thete rs'mttttt htltstsse ha.l v ets at
tried ittsscrs tls S\7t -sstt to 5os5it gt1
tin.If Ithers stst is stttl~et. S t s S
itt itroS t w o t wttill 1)e t5 .e i f Ilis: s.'' s:
is ie;k ' 1 1 ,1e 11

Assistantt Professor AV'. G. Stotter has
succeeded Dr. Pratneis Osaconst S5chir-
ttatt tof thteisottse cotmttlee.
LID MAY GO ON TIGHT
Governor Osborn Has Been Peti=
tioned to Prohibit Drinking
'sorstelhtas cotme frots Lattsitng thtat
sivrs perstss ssistse namtes sare nt
mtentlissied, tare petsistesdGtos. Osbtsrnt
t asipoit scttte otte heee to enfsorce te
litquosr lax, nwsich, it is cloitedt i'ss o
enfoarcedlibyte local tffices ittregartd
t thte prohtibtitiott of She sale stf intolxi-
catittg hsverages tsttdetts stf te ttti-
vrsiti. He says tt th~e gasvernot ats
dieeced thtat itepower to takie tse
necessary stes l ies withs the bsosardof
regetnts; attd it may Ste thtat the tmatter
wilt be srosught up at tettext tneetittg of
She itoard.
It is statedl here thtat,. stuttettnt are
freqttettesdthse ssalootns as tuthl sitte
thte tetw lass regarditng the sate of liqtttr
tso sll stutdettts regardless ttf age, as
tey tide previous s ttale etactint of
the lasv.'Thte local officers, it is climsiecl,
savene t adse an tt tempstt at te eti-
forcettet of -the taw', atndl io studcenits
hare heeti arrested untless they- were
fsottd disturing tse ipeace.
WhtettChief of Police C. Apfel was
asksesdcotncernting this Wedntesdlay ight
he stated thastl there snere several reas-
ons why vtues didtt tttestftorce rtelass.
Intt he first pslace, hse said. lie bselievedl
tat the lass- tas suncsnstitutisstal, ittas-
stutch as it dlisceritititted agaitnst certaits
people.
Iite seectnd place the citief stated
tint it seas itmpossilet ialse thse tr-
rents unsless ssstte ttesswsee otSwars-
rmatts for the arrest of thitnfolsaiors, sstd
Stnl thtat tey' cottld tttt telltihe studtents
frsmtt h ie stter citizentsttf thte citsy.
Residetsn of tite city state thatS certaiit
satloonts intthie city-eater tt certatnSts-
dettrtasde, vet the saltttttsmetsclimt
thteyase sitale is tellte stuidetsshett
thSiey enter teir itlaces. Thset also sissert
they- eta sot cater tsotesttident trade.
Int order to dc aaya5 swithtpubiciet -
icisits tf fraterssities, sand to isate thtetm
itnsteadc a service to thte institun ste
fstculty sod regesits otfte Usniversit
of WYiscnsnhase adaoptedi SiesfolowiSt
refors: sfirst,.nitnurepled"i-s'oof higoh
scho'sslsttenetts;second, ttotftreshmato-tt
lie ipermsittesdto' roasts*or lsoasrd itstheI
frssterisity itouse: tiridtttttstsdent to teI
iitiated into a Sfratertnits uttl hias sttlt
sstmoste-yvsrs;fosnurttnst sudttciunds-er
prsosationtSs to e ittitiate inoayf -
13eethefsttretofom te-
Bs rishe eto o5 was wthersh
mine lsssbisi -st ado C s viY
-s cc ' ll? . I s'.- Ss°t eisr- d 7 t 5c str;
te iy ll' i s 1;d'wIs d ii
s lin. Ft. C'. 'I' ltzia~'s-'. 15 ' . 5i t

Thte hirlthattd growe tf S te Uttitee-
sits of Michigatn-wasedefittetd Ity-Prssf.
C. tO. Dsitis its aisittlIeture wtics
lie delise reeliiite NPVest Puysies EBuild-
itg Asipitisate yesterdayo aftertsssi
bssfore mlii atidiettcestf -sumtmttsseeacliosss
studcenstt. Theiseetsre ws 55the itnitiatl
oste tof stseries sswhicht twill eesttise dily
sttrot'gtsst heSites sit osf thes stiiir
fsor Ste sessefit of sissumersehls stu-
Io AsnsnPss 'srlsor isher earliserl mats
istsssse of stise seasneles scastteredt
silt the stsste, ais istiss its nsof learn-
. g fsorte educsationst of Michigait'ssos,
aiitd hotshouttssgh tardint tsser ir~sthshel
ssooiiasedi ter Shemacabsoss'ethe res
asu iesisstthemsitall is to ecomse otne of
thse leadtitng usiversities eof th e sationt,
ssas the ilsemie testiseltent befsre mis
essthsisilisticauisense.Prsof. Dlis trac-s
e-i thse stmaster its s-lielsitetei n-si-
versity ptassedt thrsongh decades of strife
seiths assettrollmtettt itncreasintg grsis-
usally feomat isettee ofsf deniits so its
present eolsssal entrollsmesst. 'Thsat sixto'
years agos a stessesit cousild sits i sscss-
fsortale styIc its this utivnersit onassas
atninial allostntce of seentis-llars snas
anitstenmiswhichs ssaethe mod terts auds-
iestee sancer-eyed.
Dusrinsgthe sw-eelsdass.sissess other-
wsist' specifiedl, inforimalltecttires wnill tie
gisest intshue West Physics Building
Lectue Itall. OttPridlay eventingssitsre
formassl talks itsUssisversity HSllmiiil-itbSe
stffeedstotSte sttsdensts, incslintg stithue
two acoinsg Frmidaytsevetnings, tals its
11eesidtet iDsltiissatnd GovernorseOs-
isoset. Tssdavt Assistat Professor E. I).
Riecshswill stass usood Roasts"sit 5:00
t. it.iiintshue Pitssics It tt. Asl liare cord=
ills intvitedl. Thsere is its prie of mitt
NEARLY 1100 ARE ENROLLED
Many Jobs Available For Students
Keeps Number Down
Osse Sssthous atad eighty-six studeetIs
-hsad ity fassr s'clock Vedliesetat-aftier-
toots availedthemsselves 5sf Ste oppor-
tutyst-to ''improe eaemchts iiisg om-n
esst" tspattensdingtghue satmmser essd5ion
ssf StseUiersity' of Michtigans. Tis
stsssmler is less Stev thirty-fine sthatsnwere
esnrollesd intshe severatl departmsesnis at
a cosresponsdinsgtimie last year, sltit f
is csstfidenttlyexpectdii thetadmssin-
trative offies that msattyittoressedets
tnill register isedore thse ettd of te wnee.
Conitinsied on Pase 3.5
"THE WOLVERINE"
P'sILL PITTA DIRECTORY OP,
IVIE STU DENT IlODY.
TIlE IfSSUES CONT PINING TIS
DI t'CTIR5 PPjt ILL ESTRICTLY
R:I FtTRC'1'.I) TO SUOSCRI ERS
l .I-;tO-I l'tS . , }iP )E\.1'

's onase prelimitinar o i te eniactment
ytesitatlseegislatreesf a miteptlo-
es' liabilitsylitsPPatle P. _l s'ret'iS 'It/,
atte Casensce E. Etchdes cge. 'o. 'ill, ire
ctompsilintg statistics nasttster atd se-
vmisti atcitentcases. fromstishierescodss
'f thte Wyn ous" c ourtt o uess s e. Thedy
wortetsnder thsedietionlottsf asioe' t-tt
ee aptpointedtbytGovcternorOossr nat
She reqests of the legislatre.
After going Sssthghs t'essomitsfiles
tes swill tmttke sosemaicliersotnmlre-1
searchs attossgte indstsaria sis'lantsf
Detrost. 'The swork is expetedstoishe
fitnishcd isy Septeme.e
BACON TO LEAVE MICHIGAN '
Popular Instructor Will Teach in
Boy's School
hrt'. acs',tm .M. Bacons'sstsftrtorts istnt
Egihhiss toyIhs ncsslcuesdhi~its'sr-
fcessioItat ldticstitthIis usiuesilsitt
fssr ios itsNorfslk,.Va. lHe nill ntts
esdtsste tclasses for wh Iic t isi
ositeslitleethIis sutmsmser essotn.
Dr. B-msets n-ms grmaduamtedh its 902
frmsthSieliterary- depatenst of tis
susiae sit. Ile tokuipte rofes-
siots of temcilisg sotsgradaetsiott,. ttntfors
ite yessrssn-ms mitt insutosritsthe Its
simantapoltisItc,,h.ight nch~ol. Itt19,r
Se wams sapointedttinsttuctrtin ittIsorssy
its Iis ahutsmstsec,
Duringeiss ffatsr oears ass the unive-
sits ficulto,- Li. Bmtonsshit atestass
intercsedl and livey uart iiinmny col-
lege aciities, being espedciaiily associmt-
esd with te Unios. tehassbescomeonestl
of titeSealthknowniandissit ellikedlof the
younssger Sfacly-isses.
PRfOF. HUSSEY SAILS FOR
SOUTH AMERICAN POST.
Prssf. Withlsam JIHnssenedirector if
the tUniv ersitn= stiseracs hsen tins eft
AnnsisAeltosefoe Ness Itorkto iisail
for Buenos 'sres -rgetinsa snwere
Ise will maissme eostrol ofithe aoservm-
tssritS La Plat Lissvesity.Tisiis
te lastobaserva trsit Suth Amse-
em, stitchProf.IHussaey nowit hlve ex-
ceptissnaml pptortuni ties o continuise Iis
wor setnsisthe liinryste sntemisstohicls
hse sisc'ss'tisssestshossilyisafter cmig
hterec. the nwa s aco piseel by Mrs.
Hu ssesco.nmstshhien will rmns tsat La
Plata sit ili iexts Iebrusarn. Therest sof
tic year wi115be seltsPiAs,.Arotr, f
teershichs they agaiss wiii go south.
Durnisg Prof. 1Ihussey's sasessce, Pof
ofRalphtsH. Curtiss, formterly asistanti
professoe of asro-physics, will hae
chsaege of thse local obseesvatoey.
AERONAUTS MAY CONTINUE
WORK IN SUMMER SESSION.
Thte Aeeontauticstalsciety sa continule
its nwsetsduingthiie summner. all depedc-
itng upotnswhetherenesesughsdesiree hiskeep
te woers of he society feo ast ggig
sdutitng the Inxl 00oisosts.
If iterestswrn seats thi expedisuree,
te worketofte socetntwillhnstathe ois-
coni .nd, nit his'-s l it'lora t cindehui-
met'isill b1a e dsp Sl fte sum-i
its esies . Iformtion 111 ayi 15lidolh-
tndsfrom.'thhl''sP'ssvrs sfri-IsR.
L. Avy, 2r Fresta . lie.
Foundd las fall the eno ' -

BE CONFERED HERE
MD's With an* AB. or B.M. are
Eligible for MS.
and D.P H,
PROMINENT MEN ARE HONORED
Not 50 to e otdonless byit mHamrsvard an
sthe L'ssisssos ii illPesylsvauit, Miechi-
ganis e~- staishedic a scssusse its tublsic
iheath, lemadsig 1totheeg"rees 155fusaster
ouf seieneo01ubhlic health (,iit.S.lP.t.)
on docteodr of pubitllic htalts (DPI I.) sic-
cosintg as the candiate 1fanrsthesde-
gee electsill spienidstie an twdooyemars
its esrnnIlhis udeg'scc Itispsite stf its
ceing onlystil ye arcisthe cossrse us
no1t in tile linse if shsortentedleitege
courtses mis it reqfuiresbh alsit .Pi., an
1.5.. andelass 11.13. degree for admit-
ussee.'The worses sill he givnessitsthe
musedical, literaryen- uginleerinig, ande law
departmssents.
The snorts foe the firsltyear is the
samse, regmirdleasssoflit'eudegree wniihlsis
bseinig worksed foe, musse cosists of a cer-
tins amsounst. of macasdemic andsla: certaini
inussssit of originaml researcli work, 10 he
summessuse sp intshsis. The whole of
thsr seconid yearmwnutconssist of an in-
tortanut piece sit researeh workh that will
culsimiae ini si 'thesis which usslbe
ipassedulsponass dss dsefendeed Ibefore all
memsers of sthe facnlty concerssed ini
the givnig of the courses."
The followng-isi s the tesstativeaestine
sit ste icademsic wants required its this
sne-est msedical specialhty : msedliale-
ptnt, practicatlsvygiense (msilh, isseat,
musse watier,finst aseeter; anid foodts,
clothinig, persoalatIsygiense, prophylaxis,
quaantinse, isolaitiosn, diisinfections, asnd
disposal of Ste dead,-seconsd, semsester);I
bacuteriology andel pathtology, issctudinig
the pathology' of occnpational diseases
musse serumsiasid vaccieisatherapsy, secondi
semester,5 literary depsartmenst, sital sta-
tistics anid physsical trininsg; enginieer-
insg dlepiartment, hyderaulsics, sansitary en-
gineserinig (plsuminsg andel drainsing, first
semsester, asse garhage anid. waste dis-
psal, asse sewage she seconid), -anid
architecuse, foeribuildinig sassitation;
law epartmsenst, sasnitary legislatios.
o tomn r ilimEasadD. GuI Keifer, the degree D.P.H.n-as
grassted at last comneenit in honor
of themr wartsits the interest of puhlic
health ini Chicago and Detroit, respec-
tively'.
a. NV. usATTF;Sax, JR., ssAsxisgrS exegus.
George PWashinsgtont Pattersos, Jr.,
Yale '14, son eof Peaf. Patternssof the
electricalesigisteerng departmsesit, has
bseens elected to the editorial botard of the
Y'ae lescew. He was later electedt busi-
neisssanuager of the hoard.
STUDENTS B 'sPE ENTIRfE
CONTROL PAT CALIFORNI.

The Un iiscisitsy
slit-s tI e o-,t- t11
of IN th -ttd n lls lie ;alt" hi
1ce. Phl i

If C'alifosnsiai has In
stsidleish goiri'.--sit
o11 is Ikihuiintshe
, n g; g 1 ash is els° I
a"" ois I er It'
ti ec std's tCoc'i t
s.tts I: i .5 1ill it

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