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iERVES STUDENTS, FACULTY:
Health Service Provides Unique Clinics

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By EARL POLE
University Health Service has
been serving the students and fac-
ulty of Michigan for nearly 50
years.
Providing basic clinical services
and a number of specialty clinics,
including mental hygiene, the
Service is equipped to handle all
types of cases except those requir-*
ing major surgery, or special test-
ing equipment.
Health Service has a complete
laboratory where all the clinical
tests are run. The Service owns an
electrocardiograph, a complete
laboratory for blood tests, instru-
ments for making basal metabolic
determinations, and physio-thera-
py equipment. Emergency dental
facilities and a diagnostic X-ray
department are also some of the
services offered.
Manufactures Drugs
Health Service has its own phar-
macy and many of the drugs used
are manufactured there. Accord-
ing to Dr. Morley Beckett, direc-
tor of Health Service, one of the
finest college or university allergy
clinics is located in Health Serv-
'U' Unit Offers
Credit Courses
To Aid State
In 1911 the Board of Regents
founded an extention service for
establishment of a system so mem-
bers of the faculties of the Uni-
versity may become available to
the people of the state for services
at farmer's institutes, educational
and lecture associations and lit-
erary clubs for the advancement
of education.
Today the extension service has
offices in 10 areas in Michigan,
With appr9ximately 16,000 par-
ticipants. Study areas include the
sciences, liberal. arts, engineering
and business as well as courses in
such things as civil defense and
firemanship.
Through the extention service
adults may register either for non-
credit or credit up to eight hours.
Students may attend conferences,
lectures and institutes or take
correspondence courses.

ice. Allergens are individually pre-
pared in their own laboratories.
Examinations and normal drugs
are free to all students taking
four hours of work or more at the
University and to other students at
a small fee. Expensive X-rays and
laboratory work are provided at a
reasonable rate.
The Health Service hours are
from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1
p.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and
from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.
However, there is a physician on
call from Health Service at all
times in case of an emergency.
Maintain Records
Each new student must submit
a iedical history and examination
before being admitted to the Uni-
versity. This starts a folder which
is kept for all students. Present
files extend back about thirty
years. In addition, each student is
given a free X-ray when he en-
ters the University.
The Service has been in opera-
tion since 1913 and moved into
its present location at 207 Fletch-
er Ave. in'April 1940.
Infirmary facilities include 50
beds, eight full-time physicians,
three psychiatrists, and 15-20
part-time physicians who are on
the staff at the medical school.
Most of the latter are specialists
who are called in for consultation.
The budget for Health Service
runs about three-quarters of a
million dollars a year, part of
which the Service is required to
raise themselves.
The Health Service established
on a voluntary basis last year a
health insurance plan sponsored
by the Student Government Coun-
cil.
T h r o u g h the environmental
health department, campus hous-
ing is investigated for sanitation
and safety and recommendations
are made to. the administration.
Phones Service
Needs of Campus
The number of the University
switchboard is NO 3-1511. This
number will connect students with
various professors and administra-
tors, along with college, school and
department offices and the coun-
seling offices.

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monic O.-Sir Adrian Boult.
Mendelssohn: A MIDSUMMER
NIGHT'S DREAM. Schubert: ROSA-
MUNDE-Incidental Music. Concert-
gebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam-
Eduard van Belnum.
Beethoven: SYMPHONY No. 6
London Phil. Orch.-Erich Kleiber.
Brahms: HUNGARIAN D A N C E S,
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10. Dvorak:
SLAVONIC DANCES, Nos. 1, 2, 3.
16. Hamburg Radio Orchestra-Hanscmd-setd.
Schmidt-Isserstedt.
Prokofiev: PETER AND THE WOLF,
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Phil. Orch. - Maiko. Britten: THE
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ORCH. Concertgebouw Orch. of Am-
sterdam-Eduard van Beinum.
Brahms: SYMPHONY No. 3
Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amster-
dam-George Szell.
Vivaldi: THE FOUR SEASONS
Stuttgart Chamber Orch. - Karl
Munchinger.
Beethoven: PIANO CONCERTO No.
3. Wilhelm Backhaus-Vienna Phil.
Orch.-Karl Bohm.
Rachmaninoff: RHAPSODY ON A
THEME OF PAGANINI, Dohnanyl;
VARIATIONS ON A NURSERY
TUNE. Juilus Katchen, Piano-L.P.
O.-Sir Adrian Boult.
Beethoven: SYMPHONY No. 9 -
"Choral" Vienna Philharmonic Orch.
-Erich Kleiber.
OPERATIC CHORUSES
Il Trovatore: Aida; Flying Dutch-
man; Nabucco; Otello; Der Fre-
schutz. Chorus and Orch. of the
Berlin Municipal Opera-Artur Ro-
ther.
MOZART REQUIEM (K. 626)
Maria Stader, Soprano; Hertha Top-
per, Alto; John Van Kesteren, Ten-
or; Karl-Christian Kohn, Bass. The
Munich Bach-Chorus, Munich Bach-
Orchestra conducted by K a r 1
Richter.
Tchaikovsky: THE SLEEPING
BEAUTY-Complete
Paris Cons. Orch-Aanatole Fis-
toulari.
Bach: BRANDENBURG CON-
CERTOS-Complete
Stuttgart Chamber 0. - Karl
Muninchinger (2 LP's)
Tchaikovsky: THE SWAN LAKE
-Complete
London Sym. Orch. - Anatole
Fistoulari. (2 LP's)
MOVIE THEMES
Frank Chacksfield and His Orches-
tra. Theme From The Apartment;
The Green Leaves of Summer (The
Ala From Never on Sunday; Theme
From A Summer Place; Just In
Time (Bells Are Ringing; Pepe; Gigi;
Theme From The Unforgiven;
Theme From -The Sundowners; The
River Kwai March.
THE BEST OF COLE PORTER
FrankBChacksfield and His Orches-
tra. I Love Paris; Easy To Love; Be-
gin The Beguine; In The Still Of
The Night; It's De-Lovely; Night
and Day; Don't Fence Me In; I've
Got You Under My Skin; You'd Be
So Nice To Come Home To; Just
One Of Those Things.

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Bruckner: SYMPHONY No. 9 IN D
MINOR, Hamburg State Philhar-
monic Orchestra-Joseph Keilberth.
Mozart: CONCERTO IN C FOR
FLUTE AND HARP. K 299; CON-
CERTO No. 2 FOR FLUTE. K. 314;
ANDANTE FOR FLUTE AND OR-
CHESTRA, K. 315. Rose Stein, harp;
Aurele Nicolet, flute. The Munich
Bach-Orch.-Karl Richter.
MUSIC OF JEROME KERN & IRV-
ING BERLIN-Stanley Black Orch.
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; The
Touch Of Your Hand; I've 'Told
Every Little Star; The Way You
LookvTonight; The Night Was Made
For Love; A Pretty Girl Is Like A
Melody; Say It With Music; Simple
Melody; No Strings; Heat Wave.
THE MILLION SELLERS
Frank Chacksfield and His Orch.
Jealousy; S t a r d u s t; Sentimental
Journey; Friendly Persuasion; My
Prayer; Laura; I'm Gonna Sit Right
Down And Write Myself A Letter;
Young At Heart; Stranger In Para-
dise; True Love.
ENCHANTED TANGOS
Bella Sanders and His Orchestra.
A Media Luz; Tango Espag ol; Ole
Guapa; Caminito; La Palomita;
Luna Rosa; Hear My Song, 1ioletta;
Plegaria; Donna Vatra; Jealousy.
EBB TIDE
Frank Chacksfield and His Orch.
Ebb Tide; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes;
Love By Starlight; Boulevard of
Broken Dreams; Among My Souve-
nirs; Limelight; Red Sails In The
Sunset; I Only Have Eyes For You;
Autumn Leaves; Deep Purple.
HIGHLAND PIPES - Pipes and
Drums-The Scots Guards
Intro.: Back O' Benachie (Trad.);
Hundred Pipers (Trad.); El Alamein
(Denholm); Skye Boat Song (arr.
Lawson; Boulton); Highland Cradle
Song (Trad.); Blackmount Forest
(Trad.); Dornie Ferry (Fergusson);
O'er The Isles To America (Trad.);;
Flowers Of The Forest (Trad.);
Lochaber No More! (Trad.); Sword
Dance (Trad.) ; Eightsome Reel
(Trad.); Mrs. Kirkwood's Waltz
(Hutcheon); King George V's Army
(MacLennan); Monymuak (Trad.),
Jenny Dang The Weaver (Tradl.);
The Shores Of Argyll (Trad.).
BIG BAND RODGERS
Ted Health and His Music.
My Heart Stood Still; Where Or
When; Blue Room; Have You Met
Miss Jones; Thou Swell; It's Easy
To Remember; This Can't Be Love;
The Lady Is' A Tramp; There's, A
Small Hotel; Dancing On The Ceil-
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Kathleen Ferrier (contralto); El-
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Greene (tenor); Henry Cum-
mings (bass); Gordon Clinton
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Bruce Boyce (bass); Bach Choir.:
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Osborne Peasgood, organ and Dr.
Thornton Lofthouse, continuo,
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Greetings); Die Kapelle hat gewon-
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Fesche Madelin; Ach. ich liebe dich;
Zwei Herzen und ein Schlag; Feste-
walzer: Falkenauser Bummel; Wenn
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Voices Of Spring; Parla-Waltz;
Roses From The South; Jubilate;
Under The Lime Tree; Village
Swallows Waltz; Tales From The
Vienna Woods; I Give My Heart;
Zigeuneriied; Mein Herr Mar-
quis; and other selections. Orch.
of The German Opera House,
Berlin-Chorus and Orch of the
Berlin State Opera; conducted
by Willi Czernick, Hans Schmidt-
Isserstedt, Hugo Diez.
THE DEFINITE PIANO,
Famous Composers Play Their
Own Music. A High Fidelity Re-
production of Original Piano
Rolls from the Welte Archive.
(Recorded 1905-13) Edvard Grieg;
Claude Debussy; Gustav Machler;
Camile Saint - Saens; Richard
Strauss; Max Reger.

FILLEM MENGELBERG
Tchaikovsky: SYMPHONY No. 6
IN B MINOR, Op. 74 "PATHET-
IQUE" Concertgebouw Orchestra
of Amsterdam (Recorded Decem-
ber, 1937.)
WILLEM MENGELBERG
Brahms: SYMPHONY No. 4 (Re-
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THE DEFINITIVE PIANO
Famous Pianists of the Past
A High Fidelity Reproduction of
Original Piano Rolls from the
Welte Archive (recorded 1905-13).
Eugen d'Albert; Ferruccio Bu
soni; Teresa Carreno; Frederic
Lamond; Theodor Ieschetizky;
Emit Sauer; Alfred Grunfeld;
Franz Xaxer Scharwenka.
THE VOICE OF J OS EP H
SCHMIDT Arias from La Travi-
ata; Il Trovatore; Rigoletto; Un
Ballo In Maschera; Tosca; Die
Zauberflote; L'Elisir D'Amore;
The Bartered Bride. The Berlin
State Opera Orchestra-The Ber-
lin Philharmonic conducted by
S e I m a r Meyrowitz (recorded
1929-1931).
THE GOLDEN AGE OF BEY-
REUTH (1932-36). Excerpts from
Die WALKURE; LOHENGRIN;
DIE MEISTERSINGER; TANN-
HAUSER; DAS RHEINGOLD.
Franz Volker; Marie Muller. Or-
chestra and Chorus of the Bey-
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Tietjen, conductor. Helge Ros-
waenge; Rudolph Bockelmann.
Orch. of the Berlin State Opera;
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