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AN DAILY

ULA HUbHN IU b lVt
OPINIONS ON HOSPITALS
NEED FELT FOR COMMUNITY
HEALTH INSTITUTIONS,
HIS BELIEF
Dean Victor C. Vaughan has pre-
pared a paper on "Community Hospi-
tals" which he will read before the.
National Council of Public Health in
Chicago today. This is a subject
which is being widely discussed of.
late and one in which Dr. Vaughan is
especially interested.
Statistics show that during the last
20 years ,the death rate in cities has
actually gone down, while the death
rate for rural districts has remained
practically the same and even in-
creased in. some states. "The reason
for this is quite obvious, the tast 20
years has seen a tremendous improve-

ment in the methods for treating and
preventing sickness. A hospital is
necessary to the carrying out of -these
modern methods. and the cities have
erected these hospitals while the
smaller communities have not been
able to do so. In other words, city
people have a better chance at life
than country people," says Dr.
Vaughan'
Dr. Vaughan has several plans for
enabling communities to constructa
suitable hospital One plan which has
been tried with success is that of the
county building a hospital in a cen-
trally located place, such as the
county seat. Charlevoix and Kalama-
zoo counties have erected such places
but a state law should be passed mak-
ing it more easy for a county to do so,
according to Dr. Vaughan.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.I

News From The Other Colleges

GENERAL BELIEF
ON BOLTS WRONG

Oregon-The possibilities and ad- from the copywriters in New York
visability of securing a building to be City to produce "Kismet" in the Greek
used as a club house for the faculty theater April 8. New lighting effects
were discussed at a recent meeting with wonderful panels and drapes and
of the faculty. The members of the the newest scenery effects will be used
faculty were on the whole in favor of in the reproduction of the play. Efforts
securing such a building. If the be- will. be made to reproduce in detail
ginning of such a club were on a the scenes of Otis Skinner, the orig-
small scale the expense would not be inal leading player.
very great. -
Wilson College-President Wilson's
Center College-The students of recent refusal to accept $150,000 fqr a
Center College, Danville, Ky., are special magazine article has caused
planning to erect a bronze memorial the students of Wilson College, Cham-
tablet to the alumni and students of bersburg, Pa., to urge him to recon-
the college who lost their lives in the sider and give them the money.
great war.
- Use the advertising columns of The
California--The University of Cali- Michigan Daily to reach the best of
fornia recently received permission Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

Contrary to generVl$ belief, allow-:
ance of three bolts a semester for:
each subject taken by students in the
literary college is not recognized by
olicials. No allowance or maximum
number of permissable absences ex-
ists. Each student is expected to at-
tend all classes regularly and to com-
plete satisfactorily all work assigned.
The student is expected, lit college
officials say, to explain every absence
to the committee on attendance within
two weeks. In addition; students must
explain to the instructor all absences
eve4 though excused by the Attend-
ance committee and make up all
missed work to the satisfaction of the
instructor. Each absence on the day
immediately preceding or following a
vacation or holiday is counted as three
bolts. -

Zoological Journal Meets Toi
"Notes on Some South An
Army Ants," by F. M. Gaige,"
Life in Alaska," by Lee R. Dic
a review of Leng's "Check :
North American Coleoptera," by
Hatch, will be the program
Zoological Journal at its mee
7:30 o'clock this evening in
Z-231 of the Zoological laborat
Dental Society Holds Annual E
Dental society officers were
for the ensuing year at the las
lar meeting of the society as fc
N. D. Beeckel, '22D, president;
Rankin, '22D, vice-president;
Murphy, '22D, secretary; a
Greenstone, '22D, treasurer.
Major Chandler, '98E, Visiting
Major George M. Chandler,
the quartermaster corps of the
States army, stationed at Fr-
Arsenal, Philadelphia, is a vis
the campus.

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