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University of Georgia
The successful completion of at least two years of work including English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in an approved college. This in addition to four years of high school.
The course of iustruction occupies four years, beginning the second week in September and ending the first week in June. The first two years are devoted to the fundamental sciences, and the third and fourth to practical clinic instruction in medicine and surgery. All the organized medical and surgical charities of the city of Augusta and Richmond County, including the hospitals, are under the entire control of the Board of Trustees of the University. This agreement affords a large number and variety of patients which are used in the clinical teaching. Especial emphasis is laid upon practical work, both in the laboratory and clinical departments.
The charge for tuition is $150,00 a year except for residents of the State of Georgia, to whom tuition is free. For further information and catalogue address The Medical Department, University of Georgia
The illustration above shows the new Kewaunee Automatic Take-up for Table Tops, or reciprocating spring bolt construction, which was invented by Mr. C. G. Campbell.
For these tops we use two-inch clear birch strips which have been thoroughly cured and dried. The strips are matched with a "V" joint and glued solidly together under enormous pressure, then dressed to one and five-eighths inches in thickness.
To secure greater service, we insert a steel rod in the top, as indicated in the picture, at each end of which is placed a washer, then a heavy compress spring, another washer and a nut.
The springs are gauged to resist in equal measure, the expansive force of birch. If the top should swell slightly, the springs instantly retard that action with heavy pressure, yet do not crush the joints or break the glue like the plain bolt. When the wood shrinks back to normal, the springs reciprocate and assist the action, taking almost all the strain off the glued joints.
If you are interested in the best Laboratory Furniture, you will want to see a copy of the Kewaunee Book. Ask for one.
Our Laboratory Spectrometers
Are sold in competition with instruments of European make
WM. GAERTNER AND CO.
Physical and Astronomical Instruments
5345-49 Lake Park Avenue
The Silverman Illuminator
A new eye for the microscope
Offers important advantages for practically every application of the Microscope
a-It shows more detail.
b-A clearer and better defined picture is presented to the eye and the camera.
Several novel methods of illumination can be produced.
d-It saves very much valuable time.
-It prevents eye strain, eye fatigue, and brain fag.
f-It can be lowered in to deep, hollow places.
9-It gives excellent results for very low power work as well as higher magnifi
cations, also in oil immersion work.
k-It can be used with any Microscope, ordinary or binocular.
A small circular tube lamp surrounds the objective and furnishes a diffused and uniform illumination directly where it is needed. The Silverman Illuminator marks
A Great Advance in Microscope Illumination
For sale by all the better dealers
Ludwig Hommel & Co.
530-534 Fernando St,
WOODS HOLE, MASS.
1. Zoology. Preserved material of all types of animals for class work and for the museum.
2. Embryology. Stages of some invertebrates, fishes (including Acanthias, Amia and Lepidosteus), Amphibia, and some mammals.
3. Botany. Preserved material of Algae, Fungi, Liverworts, Mosses, Ferns and Seed Plants.
4. Microscope slides in Bacteriology, Botany and Zoology. 5. Life Histories, Germination Studies, and Natural His tory Groups. Catalogues furnished on application to
GEORGE M. GRAY, Curator
Woods Hole, Mass.
'PHARMACOLOGY, AT WESTERN RESERVE
MEDICAL SCHOOL, CLEVELAND Intended as a short-term (one- or two-year) appointment, primarily for the training of the appointee. Salary, $150 per month. Applications should state scientific training and experience. Address Dr. T. Sollmann, 1353 East Ninth Street, Cleveland.
12th Edition, Published April 10, 1917
COMSTOCK PUBLISHING CO., Ithaca, N. Y.
The Physics of the Air
By WILLIAM J. HUMPHREYS, Ph.D. Professor of Meteorological Physics, United States Weather Bureau
A rational and deductive treatise on the physics of the atmosphere. Of great value to meteorologists, physicists and the aviator.
678 Pages, Illustrated, Index, 8vo. Price, $5
C. P. and redistilled in any quantity
THE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO.
2715 St. Clair Ave., N. E.