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iat the early recruits attract-
ay work were largely medic-
vho were curious, or men in-
in the electrical phenomena,
although better men are en,
.e field, more are needed for
ork. 13e expressed the opin.,
the greatest development is
me, but that it is now retard-

ed because the process is so eypensllve.
Suggests Experimental Work
In concluding he suggested that
both experimental and clinical work
be carried out on a factory like scale,
because in this manner the expense
could be minimized and experimental
work carried on .at tile same time,
even though this method means loss
of individuality to the X-ray special-
ists.

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Members of Music
Faculty In Many
Parts of Country~
The, members of the faculty of the
School of Music are spending the sum-
mer .scattered all over the country.
Dr. Albert A. Stanley left after Com-'
mencement for his favorite summer-
ing place, Monhegan Island, Maine. ;
Mr. and Mrs.. Samuel P. Lockwood
and family are at their summer home
in Keene Valley, N. Y., where Albert
Locktwood is also a guest. Nell B.
Stockwell is tourhig South America,
while Martha Merkle and Edith B.
iKoon are both in the Colorado Rock-
ies.
Harrison Stevens" is at Whitmore'
Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. William
Wheeler are at their summer home at
Thetford, Vermont, where Mr. Wheel-
er is conducting master classes in
singing and also appearing in num-
erous concert activities. Maude C.
Kleyn is dividing her time between
study in Chicago and her former home
Holland, Mich., and George- Oscar
Bowen, the new head of the public
school methods department and Mrs.
Bowen are summering at Belgrade
Lake, Maine, while Frank L. Thomas,
who will join the voice faculty this
fall, is at Estes Park; Colo.
Dean of Women Bacher is "at Loud-
enville, Ohio. Charles A. Sink, sec-
retary, spent some time in northern
Michigan visiting at Camp Davis. At
the close of the Summer session Mr.
and Mrs. E. V. Moore and family will
go to White Lake, Mich., and Otto
Stahl will spend several weeks at his
home in Culver, Ind.
MORE BODIES NEEDED FOR
RESEARCH BY MEDICAL SCHOOL
More bodies, are needed by the Un-
iversity medical men, according to
word which has been sent out to'local
and county' authorities throughout the
'state. , The quality of teaching in the
anatomical department of the Medical
school will be greatly impaired unless
there is an increase in the amount of
anatomical material sent in, Dp. Vic-
tor C. Vaughan, the dean, said.
The Wolverine solicits your patron-
age for its advertisers.-Adv.

MAINTENANCE OF POLAND IS
FAVORED IN NOTE TO ITALY
Washington, Aug. 10.-The United
States government declared today for
the maintenance of the political in-
dependence and territorial integrity
of Poland and against any dismem-
berment of Russia.
In a note addressed to the Italian
ambassador, it is made plain that Pres-
ident Wilson takes "no exception" to
the efforts to, arrange an armistice be-t
tween Poland and Russia and would
"regard wtih satisfaction" a declara-
tion by the Allied and associated pow-
ers that the "territorial integrity and
true boundaries" of Russia would be
respected.4
PROFESSOR SCOTT EXPECTED
BACK FROM EUROPE AUG. 1i
Prof. F. N. Scott who has been rep-
senting the University in England at
a language conference at the Uni-
versity of London, is expected back
about Aug. 15, according to what he
said before his departure.
PHARIIIC PROFESSOR AT OREGON
AGGIES VISITS UNIVERSITY
H. B. McWilliams '18P, who is as-
sistant professor of pharmacy at the
Oregon Agricultural college, Corval-
lis, Ore., was a visitor at the Univer-
sity yesterday. He is on his way east.
ALL PRESBYTERIAN STUDENTS
TO PICNIC SATURDAY AT LAKE
All Presbyterian students have been
invited to a picnic to be given Sat-
urday, Aug. 14, at Whitmore Lake.
Those who intend going will meet at
I 2:30 o'clock at the church.
Patronize Wolverine advertisers-
they are your friends.-Adv.

'hey are still_ here
Awaiting your inspection
And wse are still here
Ready to serve your wants

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When you need something look ayer Let our Wolverine boosters kn
our ads.-Adv. you'appreciate their ads.-Adv.
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DID YOU NOTICE
-OUR ANNOUNCEMENT"?
Regarding that fine dislay of
Fall and Winter Woolens

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626 East Liberty Street
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y notice how much longer our Energine Cleaning
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IRENE CASTLE
in a snappy story of a Frepch convent
girl.
"The Amateur. Wife"'

Tonight
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Friday
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IT IS TO LAUGH
Bryant Washburn
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"Mrs. Temple's Telegram"

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