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Joe Parker will open his new cafe
in the basement of the Cornwell build-
ing, corner of East Huron and Fourth
avenue, today. Table tops, dating
from 1895 to 1907, which formerly
covered the walls of the old "Catal-
pa" will be imbedded in the ceiling
and according to Joe every effort will
be made to restore the atufosphere of
the old inn.

Dr. C. L. Straith, of Detroit, will lec-
tuer at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
dental amphitheater on "Hare Lip,
Cleft Palate, and Qancer of the
Mouth." There will also be.an instruc-
tive reel showing the steps of a cleft
palate operation and its final separa-
tion. The lecture is under the aus-
pices of the Dental society. Dr.
Straith is connected with both Grace
and Harper hospitals of Detroit,

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Tired of menus that repeat

weekly?

There s an' ever-

changing varIety af the
Michigan Cafeteria!

States Problem s
ONerve Repair
"Peripheral Nerve Repair" was the
subject discussed by Prof. G. Carl
Huber, of the anatomy department, in
a lecture delivered under the auspices
of Alpha Omega Alpha. honorary medi-
cal fraternity Monday evening in Nat-
ural Science auditorium. Professor
Huber was introduced by Dr. A. M.
Barrett, professor psychiatry.
Niplahne Theories
Giving a brief resume of past re-
search in regard to the repair of
nerves, Professor Huber pointed out
that at the beginning of the nine-
teenth century there were two chief
theories established. First, that the
repair work was due to the down-
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Prof. Huber stated that during the
war there were many army officers
doing research work along these lines
in the laboratories here, and that defi-
nite conclusions were established. The
chief difference from the earlier be-
liefs is that in place of simply degen-
eration taking place, there is at the
same time a process of regeneration.
Experiments Prove Successful
Some substance with which to bridge
the space between two sections of an
injured nerve has caused much inves-
tigation. An auto-transplant has
proved successful by taking four sec-
tions of comparatively unimportant
nerves from the arm and using them
as a connecting tissue between the
ends of the severed nerve, new fibres
growing through all the bundles.
There has been some feeling that a
protective sheath should surround the
section, but Professor Huber feels that
all those used, though they do no
harm, are of no actual good.
It has been found that sections of
nerves can be kept for forty or more
days in liquid parafin, just above theC
freezing point.
Know Your Alumni
(By Courtesy of Chines)
Do You Know
That George Sutherland was a mem-
ber of the first senate in the state of!
Utah in 1896, that he is a member of,
congress from that state at the pres-
ent time ,that he waspresident of the
American Br association in 1916-1917,
that he wrote an important book, "Con-
stitutional Powers and World Affairs,"
In 1919, and finally and most import-
ant, that he attended the Law school
,at Michigan in 1882 andi 1883?
Penn defeated Michigan 6 to 0 in a
football game played Nov. 19, 1907,
here. It was called the greatest battle
in the history of Ferry Field up, to
that time.
"Germany" Schultz was unanimously
elected 'captain of the 1908 football
team on Nov. 25, 1907.

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Michgan was the best r
any school in the state a
Volunteer conference, h
College, Holland, last F
day, and Sunday, havir
than fifty delegates.
Two Michigan men we
being elected to offices.
Avery, '25M, was elested
the students' Volunteer
coming year, and G. Clare
one of the council.

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Sherwood'Eddy Speaks
Inspirational talks were given b;
some of the leading figures in themis
sioil world. Sherwood Eddy, interna
famous expert in foreign mission worl
delivered three consecutive speeche
Sunday morning, afternoon, and ever
ing. In each of these gripping talli
Dr. Eddy attempted to show the nee
of Christianity as the only solutio
to the problem of the present worl
,crisis. He described the horrors o
wa ras he had seen them, makin
many startlingrevelations that fei
Americans would dare even to con
ceive.
Dr. A. Scudder, whose grandfathe
was the first medical missionary, wa
another prominent speaker. His exter
sive work in, India has for 35 year
commanded the admiration of th
Christian world. After describin
some of the work done in India, th
suffering of the people under the car
of native "quacks," the hopeless san
tary conditions, he made a plea fc
more substantial support from th
home churches. For many years hi
hospital has had to meet annual ex
penses on a little over $2000 a yea
which has necessitated the turnin
away of many patients because of th
lack of medical supplies.
Exhibit From Abroad
One of the most interesting feature
of the conference was an exhibit o
souvenirs brought from the, foreig
fields by missionaries to illustarte th
progress of their people. The exhib
was skill fully arranged by George (
Smiley, '22, chairman of the exhib
committee.
'CLEMENTS TUNNEL
FITS WELL INTO
CAMPUS SYSTEh
Little trouble will be caused in con
necting up the new tunnel that is bein
built to theClements librarywith th
main line. All heating, lighting, an
power are conducted from the Univei
sity power house to the various build
ings on the campus by means of thes
subterranean passages. The system a
present consists of a straight line <
tunnel from the power house to th
edge of the campus, where it branche
out and entirely encircles the campuE
connecting with each of the building:
Neither the Clements tunnel no
any others constructed in the futur
in line with Michigan's building pla
will involve any serious difficulties o
interrupt the present system to an
great extent. One day, only will b
necessary to make the connection be
tween the Clemerits line, and the mai
system, all contsruction work bein
finished before the connection is made
Herreria Will Speak on "Colombia"
Guillermo D. Herrera, of the Span
ish department, will give a lecture a
7:15 o'clock tomorrow evening in Tap
pan hall on "Colombia." The lectur
which will be given in English, wil
bring out the int.ellectual wealth oc
the country, its natural resources, ant
is particular the attitude of the Colom
blana toward the United States.

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