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AT YOUR DOOR THREE THE ONLY OFFICIAL
EVENINGS A WEEK, 75o SUMMER PUBLICATION
Vol IV. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1913. No. 3

UNIVERSITY GETS
TWOBIG GIFTS
Bequests for Residence Halls Are
Announced by President
Hutchins.
0)NE DONOR REMAINS UNKNOWN.
Announcement has been made by
President Harry B. Hutchins of two
gifts to be used'for the erection of
residence halls for women in the
university. One of them amounting to
$75,000,w>as given by former Secretary

Librarian Finny Represents lichigan.
Mr. B. A. Finny, reference librarian
of the University General Libraries,
left yesterday to attend the annual
meeting of the Americans Library as-
sociation at Haines Falls, N. Y.
Practically all of the leading li-
braries of the United States are rep-
resented at this conference, which is
called for discussing new methods of
conducting library work. Their decis-
ions will be published and sent to each
library represented at the meeting.
NEW SCIENCE BUILDING TO
BE IDEAL CONSTRUCTION

AUTHORITIES OF NATIONAL
REPUTE TO LECTURE DAILY
Prof. H. R. Cross and Dean V. C.
Vauglian1 Will Address Suinnier
Students Today.
Covering a wide field and dealing
with a variety of interesting subjects,
the special lectures offered to stu-
dents of the summer session will be
given at 5:00 and 8:00 o'clock daily in
the west lecture room of the physical
building, unless otherwise announced.
Professor H. R. Cross will give an
illustrated lecture on "Row to Judge
a Picture,' this afternoon at 5:00
o clnck in the h sgics 1PtnFrm

CLEANS LOCKERS FOR ITSlE~r
OF SUMMNER SCHOOL STUDlENTS. FIGURES SHATTER

Dr. May has had two tiers of lock-
ers in Waterman ynmnasiumclea red
out and renovated for the use of the
summer school students who wish to
take advantage of the shower baths
in the gymnasium. The lockers are
thoroughly washed with a strong so-
lution of bichloride of lime, and there
is absolutely no danger of the trans-
nission of any diseases to the next
locker holder.
1913 SUMMER INAUGERATES
NEW COURSE IN ENBALMING
Institution Created After Requests by
Funeral Directors is Second

FORMERRECORDS
Enrollments at Closing Hour Yester.
day Show Gain in All Departments
Over Those of Last Summer
REGISTRATION TOTALS 1187.
That this year's summer session
enrollment is to equal and in all prob-
ability to exceed that of the summer
of 1912 is presaged by the figures ob-
tained at the close of office hours last
night, a total of 1187 students being
then enrolled. All day Friday and
Saturday the incoming students kent

of the Navy Truman H. Newberry, his Will Accommodate Departments of Professor Cross has a wide irputs-
brother John F. Newberryand his sis- Forestry, Psychology, Minerology tion as an art critic; and on account
ter, Mrs. Helen Hanby Newberry of Biology and Geology. of the present tendencies in art and
Detroit. The other donor provided the interest aroused by the recent
that neither his name nor the amount Returning from their tour of the startling schools, the lecture is es-
principal universities in the east and pecially timely.
of his contribution should be made middle west, the party of inspection Another lecture, which has been
known, and that the gift be used to led by architect Kahn, arrived in Ann given many times in and out of Ann
erect a woman's dormitory. Arbor with many ideas to be embodied Arbor, is Dean V. C. Vaughan's
The first donation was made for in the new science $375,000 building. "Eugenics, or Race Betterment." This
the benefit of the University Qhristian Other members of the party were Re- lecture will be given at 8:00 o'clock
associations. The sum of $75,000 will
be turned over to the board of regents gent Clements, Secretary Smith, Pro- in the west amphitheater of the med-
fessors Newcombe, Reighard, and ical building.
for the erection of a dormitory for Shepard. Besides visiting Rochester, Especial interest attaches to this
women in memory of the late Mrs. Syracuse, Columbia, Harvard, Yale, lecture on account of Dean Vaughan's
Helen Hanby N9ewberry, the donors' and Pennsylvania, a second trip was recent election to the presidency of
mother. The building will be con- made by Regent Clements, Architect the American Medical association, one
structed adjoining Newberry hall, Kahn, and Professors Hobbs, Kauff- of the highest honors if not the high-
which is also a gift of the same family. mann, Reighard, and Newcombe to in- est, which can come to a member of
ry will belong to the University Chris- spect buildings at Chicago and Madi- the medical profession. This distinc-
ry associaon, son. ton is a recognition of Dean Vaughan's.
tiana association'. At a dinner given by the biological contributions to medical science.
The second gift will be used forthe faculty of Wisconsin it was found that Among the subjects upon which he is
ronhepopeantyrer n'sdseven members of the staff were a recognized authority is eugenics, the
ry on the property recently purchased Michigan graduates. subject of tonight's lecture.
by the university on South Univer- The new science building will
sdy avenue. The building is to be afford quarters for the depart- BIG CROWD OPENING
fireproof and equipped with all mod- ments of zoology, botany, geolo- ENJOYS
ern conveniences; and will be able to gy, mineralogy, psychology, and for-
accommodate 100 persons. Plans foregy. Teaonsycholpr- L TRByO, O
it osrcto r being drafted at: estry. The construction will prob'ably LETUE Y RO. OT
buiding wl be of reinforced concrete. Special pro--
present, and work on the building will visionsare to be made for controlling Head of Forestry School Impresses
begin next spring, the conditions of light, temperature, Assembly With Waste Allowed
The building at present occupied by and moisture, which will make ne- in Forests.
the athletic association will be torn a reichill ake nec-
down as soon as the dormitory is con- eseary a refrigeration plant, and ar-
structed, and the ground will be used rangements are also planned for the Tracing the rapid growth of forestry
for a number of tennis courts. housing of plants and animals. Ar- education in America within the past
chitect Kahn promises that everything few years and bringing forcibly be-
possible shall be done to make the fore his audience the waste that has,
NUMEROUS POSITIONS ARE building conform to the needs of the been allowed in the forest lands of
PROCURED BY APPOINTMENT different departments. the country and the means now being
COMMITTEE FOR GRADUATES Although the site most generally used to prevent its recurrence, Pro-
favored is that between the chemistry fessor Filibert Roth, head of the for-
Numerous graduates have procured and law buildings, the location of the estry department, opened the summer
positions as instructors ii different new structure has not yet been defi- school lecture series yesterday after-
nitely determined upon. noon in the west lecture room of the
parts of the country through the an- ___________ physics building. His subpect was
pointment committee of the depart-p c ntin pagect a
nient of education. Regents Increase Fire Protection Fund (Continued on page 3)
Among the recent appointments are: Largely because of the service ren-
Miss Margaret Cameron as secretary dered by the new high pressure fire "THE WOLVERINE"
of the apopintment office to succeed protection system in putting out the WILL PRINT A DIRECTORY OF
Miss A. L. Rudd whose resignation recent blaze in University hall, the THE STUDENT BODY.
takes effect August 1; W. S. Hicks, board of regents at its last meeting THE ISSUES CONTAINING THIS
Florida Military Academy, Jackson- decided to increase the fire protection DIRECTORY WILL BE GIVEN OUT
ville, Fla.; History: C. L.. Hill, Ken- fund by $3,750, making the total $38,- TO NONE BUT SUBSCRIBERS AND
tucky State Normal School, Rchmond, 750. ADVERTISERS. PERSONS WHOSE
Ky,, Psychology and Pedagogy: Eliza- NAMES DO NOT APPEAR IN THE
beth Schiller, Holdness School, New LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS OR ADVER-
Hampshire; L. LY. Eddy, Mt. Clem- CALL FOR CANDIDATES. TISERS WILL BE REFUSED COPIES
ens, principal; Rachel Markham,Lima, THERE ARE PLACES ON THE AT ANY PRICE.
Ohio, History; Sara Franch, Keyer, NEWS STAFF OF THE WOLVERINE STUDENTS ARE URGED TO SEE
West Va.; Pearl Smith, Manistee, Lat- FOR A FEW MORE MEN. IF YOU THAT THEIR ADDRESSES AND
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J. Weigard, assistant in German, Uni- OFFICES BETWEEN ONE AND TWO THEY APPEAR IN THE ROSTER OF
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in Country, the summer session force in Registrar
Arthur G. Hall's office busy, and yes-
With an enrollment which, judgingt .
from the number of inquiries, will terday it vas well-filled during prac-
surely be increased, the new course tically the whole period of office hours.
in embalming and sanitary science 'reasurer R. A. Campbell's temporary
was inaugurated yesterday. This office in University Hall was likewise
course is the second of its kind to be a busy place, as many as 65 to 75
given in any university in this coun- sweltering but good natured students
try, the other one being at the Uni- standing patiently in line at one time.
versity of Missouri. The course, which No official estimate was given out at
aims to give the student a scientific the close of the day as to the prob-
training in the fundamental sciences able final figures but it seems safe to
involved, as well as a practical foun- assert that the total will not fall short
dation, is given -only after a long of 1,400 and it may reach 1,500, as
series of attempts by the funeral di- compared with last year's total of
rectors of the state to have such a 1,324.
course instituted in the university. A comparison of the present enroll-
Especial emphasis will be laid upon ment with that of last summer at a
the relation of embalming to sanitary corresponding date shows that without
science, as this is an important step j exception there has been a gain in
in advance in the progress of modern each of the departments. In the lit
preventive medicine. erary department last summer the en-
The instructors are from the liter- rollment at the end of the first day
ary and medical departments, together was 480; this year 516 had filled out
with f special instructor in embalm- their blanks. This is a gain of 36.
ing. The course in anatomy is to be The engineering figures for last year
given by Dr. John Stokes, instructor were 263; this year five more, a total'
in the medical department, and will of 268, are enrolled. In the law de-
cover the general body structure. partment at the end of the first week
Bacteriology will be given by Mr. J. F. of their first summer session semester
Morgan and will deal particularly with of 1912, 150 were attending classes,
the hygiene applicable in the case of while this year there are 183 students
infectious diseases. Chemistry will be -a gain of 33. Ths is. the largest,
treated by Prof. W. J. Hale and Prof. both numerically and proportionately
W. G. Smeaton, and will cover by among the several departments. Dur-
lectures and practical work the var- ing the whole summer session last
ious chemicals used in the methods of year only 178 men were enrolled in
preservation and disinfection. The the law department. Last year's med-
practical work in embalming will not ic enrollment at this time was 88, this
begin until the last two weeks of the year it is 90, while the graduate de-
summer session. The instructor has partment last summer had 121 classi-
not yet been selected. fied as compared with 122 ths year. In
In connection with the course there the pharmacy department there are
will be given a special short course eight enrolled as compared with six
in human anatomy with practical at the same at the same time last year.
demonstrations, which should prove The totals: 1912, 1108 students; 1913,
of interest to those intending to teach 1187 students.
biological science, as in this way one A large number of Chinese have been
is able to learn human anatomy with- enrolling and while no official figures
out dissection. This course is with- are obtainable it is believed that the
out fees and is open to both men and total will exceed that of last year's
women upon application to Dr. Stokes. regular session when over 60 Chinese
students were in attendance. Stu-
dents familiar with conditions state
it as their belief that the total for this
THE WEATHER MAN summer's session will reach 80 or
more. This is the greatest number of
Chinese students that has yet been
Forecast for Ann Arbor. in attendance at one time at an Amer-
Showers tonight and cooler. South- ican university.
westerly winds with squalls.
University Observatory.
Maximum temperature, 97; mini- Cupd Captures Medic Grad.
mum temperature, 71; wind velocity, John Warren,'12M, who is now prac-
8 miles. No precipitation. tieing in Plymouth, was married last
One year ago today: maximum tem- week to Miss Winifred Louise Hum-
perature, 72; minimum temperature, phrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
57; no precipitation. George Humphrey of this city.

Tennis on Ferry Field Courts
Fee of $1.00 will be charged students end faculty for use of tennis courts on
Ferry Field during the Summer Session, June 30th to September 1st, 1913.
Courts open daily except Sunday, 7 a. m. to 6 P. M. Secure tickets at Athletic Association office,
424 South State Street.

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