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German universities, and that their
ideals are vastly different from the
ideals of the American university, is
the statement made by Prof. Henry
Kraemer of the pharmacognosy de-
partment in an article written for the
"Pharmaceutical Era" entitled "Kul-
tur versus Culture.."
"Kultur means the subjugation of
nature, the control of natural forces
whether in the waterfall or the indi-
vidual," says Dr. Kraemer. " It means
diverting of all nature to one's own
interest, and the subjugation of every-
thing to one's own dominion.
"Culture, on the other hand, has
for its basis self-improvement and
the cultivation of one's own charac-
ter that he may respect the wishes
and positions of others. Culture
means the development of the high-
~est qualities of mind and heart."

UOLLARS
FOR SPRING
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TUR IS SUBJUGATION OF
ATURE, SAYS PROF. KRAEMER
.at brute instinct rather than in-
ctual learning is encouraged in

ARMY CAMPS OF MICH-
IGAN
Dr. Aldred S. Warthin, head of the
pathology department of the Medical,
school, will conclude his lectures and.,
laboratory demonstrations for the
school year, this week, and will then
leave to give a series of lectures at
the army camps in this state.
He will lecture first at Camp Custer
where he has already addressed 31,-
000 soldiers. From there he will, go
to Selfridge aviation field at Mt. Clem-
ens and then to Fort Wayne and De-
troit. The substance of the lectures
which he has given here for. many
years to the students each fall will be
given by other lecturers in the other
states.
Soldiers to Hear Lectures
Dr. Warthin's lectures are .to be
arranged as follows: In the morning
and afternoon he will give his well
known sex hygiene lectures, modified
to apply to the present war conditions.
In the evening the films which were
seen at Hill auditorium on Friday
night will be shown to those soldiers
who have heard the lectures.
The first film portraying the differ-
ent venereal diseases will be accom-
panied by a descriptive talk by Dr.
Warthin. The second film, which: is a
drama arranged by the war depart-
ment to bring out the salient points of
the lectures, is- self explanatory.
Approves Lecture
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, of the First
Congregational church, who was pres-
ent at the demonstration in Hill au-
ditorium, expressed his hearty ap-
proval of the manner in which the sub-
ject was brought before the public,
botlh as to the "keen psychological in-
sight" which prompted the making of
the picture and the excellent way in
which the student body received it.
Dr. Weller to Lecture
Dr. Warthin expects to be absent
for the last two weeks in May and the
first two weeks in June. During his
absence, his lectures to the junior
class will be continued by his assist-
ant, Dr. Carl V. \Neller, the sopho-
mores having had extra lectures this
semester to make up for 4he time Dr.
Warthin will be absent. Dr. Weller
will also conduct the laboratory course
for the remainder of the semester.
Philosophy Instructor Leaves
Mr. W. H. Jellema, instructor in
philosophy, received telegraphic or-
ders to report in Washington yester-
day for special government service.
His classes will be devided between
Prof. R. M. Wenley and Prof. D. H.
Parker for the remainder of the year.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Next Saturday Michigan will enter-
tain another conference team on the
diamond. I think it would be a safe
bet if I were to say that the majority
of Michigan men would like to see
more sportsmanship shown in the
rooting at this game. The record
that some of the basketball rooters
set was far from being an envious
one. When an opponent was playing
a hard game for his team at the gym
this winter his efforts were met with
degrees of disapproval from the Mich-
igan rooters, ranging from exhorta-
tions to kill him to the milder ones of
breaking his neck.
When the teai went to Minnesota
last winter the colors of both teams
were displayed 'in their hall and a
large banner "Welcome Michigan" was
seen hanging at one end of the floor.
When the team came on the floor the
Minnesota band played "The Victors"
and the entire crowd stood up and re-
sponded to the cheer leaders' query of
"Who's all right," with three hearty
Michigans. Similar courtesies were
displayed elsewhere.
On several instances our own tean
had to hold up their hands in ,an ef-
fort to stay the uncalled-for criticisms
that came from the bleachers and they
were not always successful. The mark-
ed similarity of the remarks seems to
indicate that the same crowd of fel-
lows did it each, time.
It was hoped by some of us that
when the rooting in the open air in
broad daylight was due, the guilty par-
ties would curb their enthusiasm
within the bounds . of decency. And
yet when the hard and fast playing
little captain of the Chicago team was
here recently the remarks continued.
The kidding was perhaps legitimate
within certain limits. But they were
certainly exceeded.
/'.These criticisms will probably be
resented by the men at whom I am
aiming and their adolescent brains
may prompt them to make a reply ghat
we aren't supposed to sit and knit
while the game is going on. Far be
it from such. The team wants the sup-
port that good loyal Michigan, can
give it but I hardlyythink that they
value the element of muckerism that
is creeping into the rooting. Let's try
to show our future conference op-
ponents that we are real sportsmen.
THE SIDEWALK CRITIC.
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NOTICE

Persons wishing to take women roomers during the
mer Session, consult office of Dean of Women.

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F0B &ALI
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haser for my beautiful home,
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foot lot, garden fenced and
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4,500-$1,000 down, balance
'0 monthly. Call or phone 2388-J.
SALE- Two excellent Patrons'
Ats for May Festival. Main floor,
0. Will sell for single concert
ull course. Call 265-J.
ALE-Two gincert tickets for
sday and Friday nights. Main
Good location. Bargain. Call
-W.
ALE-Set of Harvard Classics.
h $55 will sell for cash for $40.
894-R.
ALE- A May Festival ticket
1e 2368-J.
ED-Woman of culture-edn-
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1 salary, permanent position if
factory. Phone 359-M.

LOST
LOST--Pocketbook in Waterman Gym-
nasium with name, C. E. Gehring,
stamped on same. Kindly call
2161-R. Reward.
LOST - Cameo Brooch at Weurth
Theater or between theater and cor-
ner Church and Hill Sts. Reward.
B. A. Cole, 730-J.
LOST-Between Liberty St. and Cam-
pus, or on Campus Monday, Water-
man pen. Call 2323.
LOST- Automobile curtain. Return
Athletic Association, Ann Arbor
Press Bldg. Reward.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - During May Festival,
pleasant suite for two in private
family. No other roomers. Conven-
ient to campus and downtown. Call
2096.
NISCELLANEOUR
WILL THE PERSON who found set of
drawing instruments at Chubb
House kindly return same to 203 So.
.Ingalls, or call Brown, 1170-J. Re-
ward.
NOTICE-Mineral and Turkish baths,
expert attendance. Rheumatism,
blood and nerve diseases cured.
Phone 800-M. 28 North Huron St.,

NEW TRAINING CAMP IN N. Y.
OPEN TO MICHIGAN STUDENTS
According to information received
yesterday from S. L. Sonne, '19, now
in. Washington, a limited number of
Michigan students will be accepted
for a new officers' training camp to
start at Camp Totten, New York city,
on July 6.
A two months intensive course in
heavy artillery will be given the men,
and after the completion of the work,
all who pass examinations will be
given commissions, and will be af-
forded, a prospect of immediate over-
seas service. Trigonometry and fresh-
man mathematics are necessary for
admission, and because of this re-
quirement, the great majority of the'
men enrolled are sure to be college
men. The course will be largely com-
posed of range-finding, fire regulation.
and ,the like.
Registrants who are not in a current
quota, and who have passed a physi-
cal examination, may be inducted for
service and training in Camp Totten,
providing they procure releases from
the local board with which they are
registered. A number of officers con-
nected with the new camp are Mich-
igan men, and especially desire a
number of University students to fill
the camp.
Further information can be ob-
tained by writing S. L. Sonne, at 20361
F street, northwest, Washington,
D. C.

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