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The Wolverine, 1917-07-24

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LGENTS TAKE UP
1ULS MOUTINR
(Continued from Page One)
le company agrees to install, and
mpletely equip the laboratory, fur-
sh the men to conduct the research,
d provide fellowships for Univer-
y students specializing in chemical
gineering..
Results of all experiments may be
blished by the University, either for
benefit of the general public or for
ence. The publication of the re-
Its of experiments made for any pri-
te individual, firm or corporation,
date or material furnished by such
lividuals or corporations or made
der the supervision of their em-
oyees is not yet determined.
Prof. W. E. Verner Resigns
Assistant Prof. W. E. Verner of the
gineering college placed his resig-
tion before the board, which was ac-
pted with regret.
'he Regents approved the proposi-
n made by the extension department
it a series of 50 lectures be pro-
.ed for the soldiers in the canton-
nt at Battle Creek.'These lectures
11 be given the soldiers without cost,
University faculty men donating
ir services. The lectures include
following subjects: Illustrated
ks on historical and scientific sub-
ts, popular lectures relating to
Lth, camp and community sanitary
ditions, road building, electricity
I its uses, and kindred subjects.
Old Chimes Find a Home
or $75 the chimes, formerly resi-
its of the old Library, can be re-
ved to a tower to be built on the
ineering shops. The Regents are
lously considering this proposition.
s is the first time that the chimes
1 clock have been removed since
y were installed in the west towert
the Library.
eFarmers & Mechanics Bank
th Main Street State Street Off ie
Corner Huron 330 So. State St
SD STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED

Leroy Bibby of Westover, Pa., and
Peter A. Miller of Detroit were con'
gerred the degree of LL.B.
New Residence Hall for Women
The board accepted an offer from
the American Loan & Trust company
of Detroit to make collection on the
land contracts given the University
by the Hon. Levi Barbour of Detroit
for the proposed new residence hall
for women, to be known as the Betsy
Barbour house. The Regents also au-
thorized the buildings and ground
committee, with Mr. Barbour, to select
the exact site for the building.
West hall, the home of the rhetoric
department, has been requested by Mr.
Barbour, and the razing of the old
building was passed by the board.
Building operations will commence
within a few weeks after arrangements
have been made for the transfering
of the literary department.
New Professors Appointed
Dr. Henry Kraemer of Philadelphia
was appointed professor of pharm-
acognosy at a salary of $3,000. His
duties will commence in October.
George H. Johnson was accepted as
an instructor in the zoology depart-
ment. Dr. Joseph Elliott was appoint-
ed acting assistant professor of der-
matology for the year during Dr. Udo
Wiles' absence with the United States
medical corps.
Four Nurses Receive Diplomas
Four diplomas were awarded to the
graduates from the University Train-
ing School for Nurses. Those receiv-
ing diplomas were: Misses Harriet
Milliken, Anna Auch, Louise Kemp
and Alice Whitman.
Through Prof. A. A. Stanley of the
music department the board was noti-
fled of the following gifts: F. M.
Stearns of Detroit, $100,. to be used
toward printing the catalogue of the
Stearns collection of musical instru-
ments; a set of mouth pieces to illus-
trate structural differences, given by
Carl Fischer of New York City, and
a gift of structural parts of brass in-
struments by J. L. York and Sons of
Grand Rapids.

THE WOLVERINE
MAKE PUBLIC RULES FRu
IR9FITEMMINA1IONS
No Excuses to Be Accepted for Not
Appearing After Notice Is
Once Sent

Official notification of draft examina-
tion rules to all the men selected by
the first draft will not be sent out in-
dividually by the government. For the
convenience of the students who have
degistered in Ann Arbor, the following
list of rules and regulations have been
collected.
All of the men drafted for military
service must report for physical exam-
ination on a date not yet set. When
Provost Marshal Crowder officially no-
tifies the county clerk here of the date.
the county clerk will post the names
and date in his office. He will also
send a letter to each man notfying him
to appear on the dste in the official no-
tice. In case a letter is received, no
excuse will be accepted for not appear-
ing for the examination. The law con-
siders that the actual notice of the
date and the names of the men to be
posted in the clerk's office constitutes
official and sufficient notice.
Official Notice' Expected Soon
The official notice from the provost
marshal for the physical examinations
is expected within a few days. When
a drafted man receives the call for
physical examination he is allowed
seven days in which to file claim of
exemption with the local board. and a
further ten days in which to file proof
of his claims.
The local board will call 516 names
for physical examination. The board
is composed of County Clerk Edwin A.
Smith, Acting Chief Deputy W. H. Ess-
linger, Sheriff Herman Lindenschmidt,
and Dr. R. G. MacKenzie, medical ad-
viser of the board. Prosecuting At-
torney Carl A. Lehman, legal adviser,
will be in constant attendance at the
sessions, and will assist in preparing
all necessary affidavits. It is expected
that about 200 will be examined -daily.
Board Will Be Impartial
Members of the local . board an-
nounces that in addition to using the
greotest care in the physical exam-
inations it will conduct all matters
with the utmost impartiality. This
board can pass on exemptions of a cer-
tain nature, but it is not allowed to
pass on claims filled for industrial or
agricultural reasons. Such claims
must be taken up with the district
board. All information can be obtain-
ed at the county clerk's office in the
court house on Main and Huron
strtets.

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WENLEY DISCUSSES
VIRTUES OF TODAY
(Continued from Page One)
if at all.' We are convinced by our
own acts, we do not realize how much
we owe to the group. For the very
reason that we are so caught up in it
we have enormous power to modify it.
The United States is made up of her
citizens and what we prepare for the
next generation will set the standard.
We cannot be content to merely be-
lieve what we are told, fe must ask
ourselves what we mean by Democracy
or by many other things constructed
by the human element. We live an
aesthetic life, an aesthetic life exists
to achieve beauty, What is beauty?
Who can say? We live a social life-
what is the end and reason for its ex-
istance? To realize Justice. What is
Justice? It is high time that we as
free citizens gave attention to this
probldm of the human element.
Gives Four Library Methods Lectures
Miss Marian P. Greene of the New
York public library is giving a series
of four lectures to the students in the
library methods class. Miss Greene
has been interested in children's work
in the library for a number of years
and is at present associated with one
of the largest branches of the New
York public library.

Electric Company Opens Girls' Camp
The Eastern Michigan Edison com-
pany has opened a girls' camp for
their employees recently on the Huron
river between Geddes street and
Ypsilanti. The camp is maintained
so that the girls may have a place to
go for week-ends and vacations or if
they are ill.
There are over 200 girls employed
by the company in Ann Arbor and the
camp accommodates 20 at a time. The
charges are only nominal, being just
what the upkeep costs.
Tennis courts, a swimming pool and
saddle horses provide plenty of amuse-
ment.
Redeem your subscription receipt at
one of the State Street Book Stores
and receive a 1917 Sumneer Student
Directory.
CLASSIFIED
WANTED-Day work, house cleaning.
Call 2036-. 118 W. Kingsley.
17-19-21
INSTRUCTION in French by native
teacher. 1471-M. 723 S. Thayer.
CHP 17 E y
Open During Summer School
11A.M. to 1 P. M.
MICHIGAN INN
Phone 948-R 601 E. Liberty St.

Summer School Supplies
and Books Now Ready
Go
to LY ND ON'S, 719 N. University Ave.
FOR
Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
Guaranteed A mateur Finishing
Enlargements from your Negatives a Specialty
I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
years. Now we are still leading. We guarantee perfect results
or no charge. We give you "Peace Time Results" as we have
a plenty of Metol (which we could sell at $50.o0 per lb.) and
we venture to say that no other firm is using Metol for finishing.
If you want the best results you will bring your films here.

LECTURES AT THE BIBLE CHAIR BUILDING
444 SOUTH STATE STREET
TWO SEURIES, of twelve lectures each, will he given by Thomas M. Iden,
the regular instructoc in the Ann As-her Bible Chair.
SERIES I. - Sonse Scientific Aspects of Religion and the Bible. Seven
o'clock P. M. on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Subjects for the coming week: "The Bible and Evolution" and "Scienec and Faith"
SERIES II.-An Introduction to the Study of the Bible. Four o'clock P.
M. on Tuesdays and .Fridays.
Subjeetstheesoang week:"The Story of Transactions" and "The Bible as Liter-
sate."
Theselectures are offered especially for the students of the University Summer
School, but they are open and free to all who may care to hear them.

Two deers from
Hill Auditorium

LYNDON'S

719 Npr h
University Avenue

The New Catalogue WAR
of the (A Bit of Verse Libre)
I came across the Diagonal Walk
SThe old familiar bumps bit
Into my hot tired feet
And soothed them.
The benches were still
As hard as ever
IS NOW READY To my wearied back
But somehow, the trees
omplete information concerning the eight Colleges and Schools: Sweet musi atheireven
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS, EN The gurgle of the fountain
GINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHARMACY, Sounded a note that was more
HOMEOPATHY, DENTISTRY, GRADUATE, AND Harsh and Loud.
The ruins of the Library
THE SUMMER SESSION Jarred ,my soul
A new presence was in the
Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Land. Air, a sort of discord
scape Design, Higher Commercial Education, including Trying to settle itself
Railway Administration and Insurance, Architecture, With the old intimate
Conservation Engineering, Education (affiliated with Surroundings.
Then the yellow suit
Ann Arbor Schools for Observation Study), and a aoe y passed
Course for those preparing for the scientific administra- And the khaki reflected
tion of departments of sanitation and public health. The glare of the sun.
And I knew the cause
Of the Greast Unrest.
or Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement, or Individual Bruce A. Swaney, '18.
Information, address
The Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
TYNEW RERSU
SHIRLEY W. SMITH N
FOR SALE OR RENT
:retary University Ann .Arbor, Michigan O.D . RPRONLLE,

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