THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24,
MANY DIPHTHERIA CASES
REPORTED OVER COUNTRY
Reports from all over the country;
show a much greater number of diph-
theria cases being reported this year:
than normally. Two cases among stu-
dents have been handled by the Uni-
versity Health service within the last
week. It is suggested by Dr. Warren'
E. Forsythe, director of tho Health
service, that students be examined to
see if they are immune from the dis-
ease. If - they are not immune, they
can be made so by means of an inocu-
lation which will administered by the
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