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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ITUDENTS ITEN :CRANGE .
TO AiD NEEDY RUSSINS
Supplementing the work -of the
American Relief association by giving
id to the starving children in Russia,
he American Committee for. the Relief
f Russian Children is attempting to
"aise funds for their work in
,ie famine fstricken country.
Vorking with the national committee
s an intercollegiate committee which
as undertaken to raise funds in the
'arious colleges and universities in
he country.
No regular "drive" is being conduct
A, but friends are asked to make con-t
ributions to the fund. By means of a.
pecial arrangement all of the funds
which are contributed go to the actual
elief of the starving children in the
oreign laud. Executive expenses are
aken care of by special contributions
from philanthropists fwho have started
he movement. Serving on the national,
ommittee are such men as Sen. Ro-
>ert M. LaFollette, David Starr Jor-
dan, who is the head of the intercol-
.egiate committee, Dr. Henry Neu-
nann. and Bishop Francis J. McCon-
hell. The committee is represented
n Russia by Rev. George Stewart,
r r.
The work on the campus is being
handled by J. S. Pearlstein, assist-
art in the political science department.
Thiro ugh a committee organized by
him the funds collected here by vol-
intary contribution are forwarded to
he central office. Appeal has been
nade for contributions from those who
can appreciate the work which the or-
ganization is doing, checks to be mailed
to Mr. Pearlstein at 114 N. Division
street.
CORRECTION
It was erroneously stated yesterday
n The Daily that Crosby Rees, '25,
was to be Varsity Glee club publicity
committee chairman next year. Carl
Schoonmaker, '25E, will hold this po-
;ition.

T E UNIVERSITY'S .
COMMON HEALTH]
Tuberculosis (Concluded)
As a final word on tuberculosis, let"
us quote from the United States Pub-
lic Health Service:
"Tuberculosis is a communicable,
preventable, and curable disease. The'
disease is spread by coming in contact
with excretions from the bodies of
those suffering from it. Intimate per-
sonal contact with a consumptive, as
kissing, using same dishes, sleeping
in same beds, will render one likely
to coiltract the disease. All dis-
charges from the nose or throat, bow-
els, or kidneys of the consumptive may
contain the germs of tuberculosis,
therefore such discharges are danger-
ous,
"Tuberculosis is caused by a small
germ which is too small to be seen
with the unaided eye.. These little
seeds or germs of consumption are
contained in the discharges from the
body, especially in secretions and dis-
charges from the lungs. "Droplet in-
fection" is also a factor in spreading
the disease. By this is meant that a
'small particle of sputum containing
hundreds of tuberculosis germs will
be carried directly from the sick per-
son to a well person by coughing,
sneezing, or kissing. Tuberculosis
may also be contracted by drinking
milk from cows which have tuber-
'culosis of the udder. Children often
contract the disease from milk of tu-
berculous 'cows.
"The prevention of tuberculosis is
accomplished by observing the follow-
ing precautions: (1) Live and sleep in
plenty of fresh air. Sleep with win-
dows'up in bedroom or use a sleeping
porch. Allow plenty of fresh air in
the place where you work. (2) Deep
the vitality of the body high by avoid-
ing excesses of alcohol, exposure and
overwork. (3) Eat plenty of whole-
'some food. (4) Avoid intimate contact
with consumptives. (5) Be examined
physically once or twice each year.
"The enemies of tuberculosis are
fresh air, rest, good food, competent
medical supervision.

HEALTH SERVICE TO HAVE
NSW QUARTERS NEXT FALL
Plans for the arrangement of the
University Health Service in its new
quarters, the children's ward of the
Homoeopathic hospital are now being
completed. It is stated by Dr. Warren
E. Forsythe that the Health Service
will be in its new quarters by the time
school reopns in the fall. Both the dis-
pensary and a student hospital will
be operated in the building, which is
considerably larger than the building
now housing the Health Service.
DELEGATES PLAN TO ATTENI)
ANNUAL CO1JNCIL MEETING
The following alumnae have sent
word that they will be in attendance at
the annual meeting of the Alumnae
council 'which will be held in Barbour
gymnasium on June 15th: Mrs. L. C.
Whitney, '18, of St. Paul; Mrs. F. W.

Ranney, '11, of Greenville; Mrs. F. G.
Stauch, '17, of Birmingham; Miss Julia
Emanuel, '89, of Fort Wayne.; Miss
Mary N. McKay, '99, Lansing; Miss
Gretchan Jones. '20, 'of Saginaw, and
Mrs. W. F. Newton, '17, of Battle
Creek.
While here, the delegates will be
entertained at Betsy Barbour dormi-
tory.
BEFORE You MAKE
ARRANGEMENTS FOR
THIS SUMMER'S WORK
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