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The Wolverine, 1916-08-19

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THE WOLVERINE
FEAR TYPHOID EPIDEMIC HERE tines and close watch of personn be- GYNASIUM COURSE CHANGED
ing transported from one place to an-
other.
Hospitals Refuse to Receive Infantile White rats, dogs, cats, animals and Theory and Practice of Coaching to
Paralysis Cases pets of all description are especially ie Taught Students
dangerous as carriers of the disease. - -
Typhoid epidemic is active in Ann The nose is proved to be the easiest Owing to the enlarging of the gym-
Arbor, according to Dr. J. A. Wesinger, avenue of catching the infection, and nasium, numerous changes in the And Supplies
the throat is the next most dangerous physical courses for men are to be
city health officer, last night. There avenue of approach of the mysterious made. Beaides the regular course for
were three cases in the University hos- plague germs. Use a mild antiseptic in freshmen, there are to be advanced
pitals and three in the southeastern the nose and throat, bid the health classes in athletics and gymnastics for
part of the city, all of them reported authorities, in cases where persons are those desiring to coach or teach, in
since Tuesday. in danger of catching the dread dis- coaching of competitive athletics, and Students' Bookstore
The University hospitals here are ase. advanced classes in gymnastics and NEW MANAGEMENT
unwilling to receive cases of infantile No evidences of the plague have as general physical training.
paralysis in the early stages. Trans- yet been discovered here, and the Every year a number of positions are
portation is also dangerous because health authorities are exerting every open along the line of general physical
spreading of the infection is likely if possible effort to keep the epidemic training, because of the demand for STATE HEALTh BOARD ADVISES
affected children were carried from cut. . college men in this work. No credit COUNTY NURSES ON T. B. WORK
one place to another in the public will be given in this work. The theory
trains. FOR SALE-Half interest in student and practice of coaching in the line of Lansing, Aug. 19.-In the State sday, Aug -c talSberian'a
The United tSates health service firm of Hyde & Brede. Good op- the four major sports, football, base- Board of Health tuberculosis survey Shok SandR eadc su n
sends out advice to Dr. Wessinger as portunity for student to earn a part ball, track and field athletics, and bas- emphasis is often laid on the advisa- Shakespearean Reading under the
vell as other city health officers in of his expenses. H. J. Hyde, 1244 ketball will be taught this year, the bility of counties employing visiting blood. University Hall, i:00 P. H.
aflicted states advising strict quaran- Brooklyn Ave., Detroit. classes being conducted by giving the nurses to help prevent the disease by bod _UiesiyHll_ :0_._
students actual coaching to do. discovering cases in the early stages. 1C0IGAN GIRLS TAREHIIE
In the classes in gymnastics and There are only two counties in the
general physical training, lectures and state at present that employ visiting OF 25 MILES O OLD MISSION
quizzes will be given in anthropo- nurses, namely, Kent and Ottawa.
metry, first aid methods, methods of Each county the State Board of Health Starting out from Camp Arbutus at
teaching, and growth and development. party visits in the free tuberculosis g o'clock last Monday morning twenty
Particular attention will be given to surveys is urged to follow the example girls walked from ayfield, Michigan,
of thee two.to Old Mission, a ike of 25 miles,
the development of proficiency in of these two. They were accompanied by a dray
practical gymnastic apparatus, and in That a county visiting nurse can do with their provisions and ponchos, and
0- __!ii!II1III -t........ysquad leadership in calesthenic exer- a great deal more prevent b a surrey. The campers took much
cises.culosis is shown by the semi-annual time out for cooking lunch, swimming
-_report of Miss Blanche Post, Ottawa
Sotco =- ~ ~and buying field corn.
- ' " --- NEW Y. A. C. A. NOT COMPLETE IN county's visiting nurse. Out of 5,000 They arrived at their destination at
TIME FOR ACTIVITIES IN FALL school children she examined during bT arrivd a their aina
ungabout 7 o'clock, and their camping
six months she found that 98 per cent ground for the night was on the beach
S cen ic R iv er C ru ise n spite of the belief of the. H M havoe defect. The defects Includegrnfrt enh yranB.hJobeac'
C. A. management that the new build- diseased tonsils, adenoids, defective
1 0Mile Daylight Round 'Trip to Wlei C.isomanagementsisthatertheornewesplace, at Bauer's Harbor. Mrs. Jordan
aaceurg ing would be completed to such an vision, tuberculosis, goiter deformities sent down hot gingerbread and jam
Drop care-baIsh worry-come with us and be happy on the most wonderu l.one day journey on extent that it could be used in place -all of which can be corrected if for breakfast.
the lakes through winding bes, swift channels. green shaded, wave washed shores, interesting - eaSreS are taken in time
Ionian eiages-there's variety each instant throughout the trip, of the traditional tent to take care eThe girls from the University who
Real Romance . Staunch Steamer of the fall work at the opening of the took the trip were Marguerite Novy,
Theeroate isthrough ake St. Round rip Fares TheOcottisasturdy steamer University, Mr. Wellington Tinker, BERLIN REPORTS DEUTSCHLAND '19; Marguerite Strachlan, '17; Hester
Clair..ShipCana through From Detroit ecapyr ro genera secretary, states that the BACK FROM U. S. YESTERDAY Cooper, '17; Helen Ely, '1; Ruth Ely,
artthe ltch e. sye Week- 75c chtigsoothaeesd decks. lawns will have to be graded and a '19; Majorie Bigelow, Cecile Clasen,
Sydenham River. Suam Mndskensc'n pomenhte dei tent pitched outside the building. Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 19.-A '19, and Madge Mead, '16.
Theetelytteidetcovery days * eithaelS estantattendance. This will be used in order to cover private dispatch from Berlin to the The directors of the camp are Emilie
and settlement o this Indian Holidays $1.00 se Ic ntel' the employment bureau, rooming Nee Zurichter Zeitung says that the Sargent, '16; Margaret Steere, '15, and
otrveele. diissoome. 7 y. rouse and boarding house bureaus, German submarine merchantman Jamie Morgan, '19.
TIME TABLE (Daily except Mondays) Eastern Time "matrimonial" bureau, for connecting Deutschland arrived at Bremen yes-
ance detrat - 8.00,MAM. Lane Wtacbtag 31515 P.M.
L aNWelienlncslad 1 2.5 P. M. LaenAt=.100 .sanP. M. up room-mates, and dozens of other terday from the United States. Medical Building to Have New Drive
Lee At :n -c 135 P. M. .Leece Wetecta Ilad --5.15 P. M.
A-1- .Walen a g 2. 0a0 P.M. ArivesDetrita- 8:00P. M. activities to aid the incoming students. Work has begun on a new drive on
eStop walpolel sland, signal only. Nossengers taken between Detroitcand Aloa. Mr. Tinker states that probably the Marian Peterson Returns to Ann Arbor the east entrance to the court of the
DETROIT -WALLACEBURG STEAMSHIP LINE building will be nearly enough finish- Marian Peterson, grad., who has Medical building. A tree has also
Docs:-ti ooteRndo5lp lIh ,t. Al 015 ,Whietarc0sL. Wll s bt , 1.ll& W. Dok
H. sriT.Mes., Jollr a s acy tSt.Agrea d.C L .10DI0. Uptw nTietA . ed by the first of November so that at been spending the summer at Camp been cut down beside the drive for
least part of the offices can be used. Ketchuwa, is in town for a few days. landscape purposes.
The architect expects to turn over the
I = V keys of a completed structure at that
TVT TL E'S COUSINS & HALL time, if everything goes well. The Farmers &,Mechais Bank H U STON BROS.
SLV N C H R O 0MjflOtt Mr. TInker leaves for his new pos- South Main Street I State Street Office The FInest Billiard Room In the State
NCH a ODition as special secretary for the inter- hrFer Hrs B110 Ird Stale C A RoNDCnDY
LUNCH ES and SODAS 1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. national Y. M. C. A., with headquart- -___ ___NDCA D
358 SO. STATE STREET Both Phones 115 Ann Arbor, Mich ers In both New York City and Ann A GOOD STRONG BANK WTH EVERY BANKING HEE "We Try to Treat Vo Right
Arbor.lHe is preparing for publica-
tion a report based on his seven years
of experience with the "Y" work of
the University.
Rudolph Wuench, '17, will act as T e ewC ata g
employment secretary and will arrive
N O W O N SA L Ehere to begin his work the first of of the
September. The vacancy left by the
resignation of Mr. Tinker has not yet
CHAImeN.OFeRacLany ltbOthe tl~ ichiga ll
been filled.,U
ERHOODS ACCEPT PLAN IS NOW READY
THEofWashington, Aug. 19.-The chairmen
of the "big four" railway brother- Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
hoods, by a vote of approximately and Schools:
three to one, today accepted Presi- LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
S u m er School dent Wilson's plan to avert the ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW,
threatened railway strike.EN IER G, EDC EL W H -
Thirty-one executives, representing MACY, H OM E OPATHY, DENT I ST RY,
as many individual railroads, heard GRADUATE, AND THE SUMMER SESSION
this plan outlined by the president at
the White House this afternoon. The Special Co s rse s in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
executives declared they stood by the Landscape Design, Higher Commercial Education,
managers' committee and were op- including Railway Administration and Insurance,

posed to settlement by any means oth- Architecure, Conservation Engineering, Education
2 C er than arbitration. (affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Observation
The president's more specific sug- Study), and a Course for those preparing for the
gestion was that the railroads oper- scientific administration o departments of sanita-
ate under the eight-hour day plan for tion and public health.
a year, pending investigation by a
special commission to be created by
congress. For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or
__ _Individual Information, address
'OR SALE-Half interest in student The Dean of the School or College in which Interested, or
firm of Hyde and Brede. Good op-
Sheehan's Wahrs portunity for student to earn par SHIRLEY VV. SM ITH
Brooklyn Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Secretary University Ann Arbor, Mich.
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