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H. Beach Carpenter............News Editor
Gordon Eldredge............Sporting Editor
Fred Foulk ..............Assistant to Editor
Leonard Rieser ........Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannahill......... Music and Drama
Harold Abbott ..................Cartoonist
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913. Seldom has any lecture course pre-
Night Editor-T. Hawley Tapping. sented such a galaxy of distinguished
speakers. A great amount of money
is being spent on the lectures, but none
MOLEHILLS AND MOUNTAINS. too much, as evidenced by the public
Your mountains of today are the interest.
molehills of yesterday, your molehills The Y. M. C. A. is performing a real
service by bringing these men to the
of today are the mountains of tomor- university. It is not duplicating the
row. The molehills of today are the work done by any other organization
obstacles between you and ultimate and it is sticking closely to the ulti-
success. The genius of large enter- mate aim of the organization.
prise, man-made miracles, spring not * * * *
from genius alone, not from honest * BRONCHITIS. *
conviction alone, not from sweaty toil * by *
alone, rather from a carefully advised * Dr. Howard Hastings Cummings *
solution of the.three parts. * * * * * * * * * * *
The mountains of tomorrow are as To avoid and prevent bronchitis fol-
distant as the morrow itself. We
reach tomorrow only by living today. low these suggestions:
The successes of tomorrow stand upon 1. Be out of doors as much as pos-
the shoulders of the successes of to- sible.
day and yesterday. 2. Develop the habit of deep breath-
Mountains are mountains in con- ing, and use exercises that develop the
templation only, molehills are moun- chest, shoulders, and back. Round-
tains in reality. Mountains are made shouldered, flat-chested individuals
molehills by studied preparation, by are more suceptible to bronchitis.
experience, by habit. Molehills are 3. Sponge the chest with cold wat-
made mountains by neglect, by sloth, er, then rub it briskly with a coarse
by a pitiful cynicism towards every- towel. Cold showers, in the morning,
day affairs. are advisable for those who eract well,
See a mountain in your molehills. as is evidenced by a warm glow fol-
See a mountain in your class commit- lowing the shower.
tee, in your society problem, in your 4. When you notice the early symp-
state club, your mathematical puzzle, toms, take a hot foot bath, ten grains
in your selfishness, your drinking, of Dover's powders, a hot lemonade,
your eating, in your self. and retire.
These are your molehills. Moun- 5. Have your sputum examined, if
tains grow out of molehills. Conquer the colgh lasts for more than two
your molehills and your mountains weeks.
will care for themselves. 6. Have a general physical exam-
Mountains are molehills and mole- ination, if you are subject to repeated
hills.are mountains, attacks of bronchitis.
-__ _-°The passage that conducts air from
THE ALL-AMERICAN the throat to the lungs, divides into
In publishing Walter Camp's selec- 1 two tubes, which in turn branch off
tions for his All- American elevens into numeraous smaller ones. These
Sunday, The Michigan Daily is indebt- tubes are known as the larger and
ed to Collier's Weekly. Mr. Camp's smaller bronchi. Ordinary head colds
teams, and his comments on the play- and sore throat infections, often extend
ers will be published in Collier's in downward into the larger bronchi and
the issue of December 20.. The matter cause bronchitis. A common expres-
is fully protected by copyright, and sion, "The cold has gone to my head,"
The Daily was fortunate in having the conveys the correct idea.,
privilege of using it. At the onset of bronchitis, one has
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a sense of oppression, with lameness
in the muscles, and pain in the bones
and back. A feeling of constriction
or tightness about the chest is noticed.
soon a dry, harsh cough develops, and
persists for several days, causing core-
ness throughout the chest. Later a
thick sputum is raised during attacks'
of coughing, and most of the symptoms
disappear. If a person is debilitated,
bronchitis may extend to the smaller
air tubes, causing pneumonia. The
germ of tuberculosis causes bronchi-
tis, which cannot be distinguished
from the ordinary form, except by the
longer course of the disease, and by
finding the tubercle bacilli in the spu-
Repeated attacks of bronchitis occur
in persons suffering from kidney dis-
ease, heart disease, and those subject
(Editor's note-This is the third of
a series of health articles by Dr. Cuni-
min s. The fourth will appear in the
Sunday issue after vacation.)
MUSIC AND D1RA1A.
Earl "lore to (tie R c1i-l.
The third twilight organ recital and
the last to be given before Christmas
vacation, will take place in Hill audi-
torium this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
At this time Mr. Moore will offer the
Concert Overture........... Faulkes
Largo (by request)...........Handel
"Holy Night" There and Variations
........ Flaxington Harher
Andantino, No. L1............Lemare
Gothic Suite ........P. oelbman
Introduction---Choral; Minuet Coth-
ique; Prikre a Notre ilame;
The attraction at the Whitney thea-
tre tonight is Porter Emerson
Browne's success, "The Spendthrift,"
in which Miss Marion Sherwood, the
well known actress, has the leading
rote. Of "The Spendthrift, a play ddai-
ink with the high cost of living, the
New York World says: "Its theme is
universal; in any houes in the world
it can make an audience laugh and.
cry at the same time." For this. en-
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C O.Th. IITTE. Ti ' JdII)DE ON
SAMN'1TARY RILES TONIOHI
Rules, governin the sanitary con-
ditions of the Ann Arbor boarding
houses, and the exact working hours
in exchange for board, will be drawn
up by the campaign committee of the
working students in the university,
this evening at 8:00 o'clock in Pret-
tyman's boarding house. Dean Myra
B. Jordan, of the women's department,
and Dr. H. H. Cummings, head of the
university health service, will attend
Action will be taken by the body to
bring a factory to this city to furnish
employment to the working students.
Several concerns have already offered
to establish plants to hire students,
their feasibility will be discussed at
the meeting tonight.
.FATE OF ENI0R CANES TO
BE SEALED HY CLASS TODAY
Whether or not senior lits will con-
tinue the custom of carrying canes,
wil- be decided at the class meeting,
scheduled for 4:00 o'clock this afte-
noon, in the west physics lecture
room, when 'he report of the customs
commnittee will be made.
The question of expenditures for the
year will also be discussed, in an en-
deavor to fix the amount of class dues.
President Waldo Fellows will an-
nounce the appointments to several
Members o' Wyvern are requested
to meet at 1loppe's studio at noon
Wednesday, December 17, for this
year's ofliwial picture.
Mrs. W. B. Hinsdale, 716 Forest av-
enue. and Mrs. W. D. Henderson, 1001
Forest avenue, will be at home to col-
lege woman fom 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock this
evening at the Delta Gamma house.
Important meeting of the fresh lits
will be held at 4:15 o'clock today in
the Economics building.
Rehearsal of the Mandolin club at
7:00 o'clock tonight in North wing of
The Comedy club will rehearse the
fourth act of "The Scarecrow" at 7:0
o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell An-
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