VET BUREAU REPRESENTATIJE HERE JAN 18-20
TO CONSIDER SOLDIERS' CLAIMS ON GDYLRNMENT
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Representatives of the United States
Veterans bureau will be in Ann Arbor
three days from January 18 to 20 in-
clusive. During this time they will
endeavor to interview all ex-service
men having claims on the government.
Recommendation will be made by
them for vocational training, hospital-
ization or compensation in other
forms. Their headquarters will be in
the Red Cross rooms in the Cornell
building on Huron ave. at Fourth.
The greater majority of ex-service
men now filing claims for compensa-
tion have been discharged from the
service for nearly two years. In
order to establish their claims addi-
tional medical evidence is required.
This evidence should consist of the
First,-affidavits from one or more
persons who were with the applicant
and knew of his disability during serv-
Second,-affidavits from one. or
more persons who have known the
applicant since discharge and who are
familiar with his physical condition.
These should be from employers or
other disinterested parties, if possible.
Last, and most important of aLl.
written statements from all of the
doctors who have treated the appli-
,;ant since his discharge, and from
the hospitals where he has been con-
pined, if they were not United States
Public Health-Service hospitals.
Doctor's statements need not be in
affidavit form. Ail other statements
must be subscribed and sworn to be-
,ore a notary public.
Full Details Aid
In all affidavits it is necessary that,
if possible, dates be given. The date
upon which the person first saw the
applicant after his return from the
service, what he noticed about phys-
ical condition, what complaints the
applicant made, etc. The doctor
should give, in his statement, the
date upon which the applicant first
appeared before him for treatment, his
diagnosis of the case at that time, and
if in his opinion, the disability is due.
If these affidavits and statements
are properly prepared and cover in
full detail the facts in the case, they
will greatly aid in the rapid adjust-
ment of the claims, it is said by those
in the work.
All papers and affidavits may be
made out in the .Red Cross office.
Cqr. 'lain and Washington
Capital $300,000 Surplus $3(
Try MURAD to-
FEDERAL BONUS WOULD
ENRICH MICHIGAN MEN
Two Engagements Announced
Announcement was made at the
Kappa Alpha Theta house this week
of the engagement of Dorothy Forman
Trevor, '22, and Mere A. Bennet of
The engagement of Clara M. Jones,
'17, and Stanley J. Hieft, '18, of To-
ledo, was also announced. Hiett is a
member of the Phi Alpha Delta fra-
On Our Enture Stock of
$36,250,000 NAMED AS SHARE
SERVICE MEN IN STATE
Detroit, Jan. 14.-If the proposal to
pay a federal bonus to former service ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
men materializes upwards of thitty- ° rnra trr ri rt . R BU
five mi'lion dollars may be ppid to ,
Michigan men who served either at IBUS LEAVES CORNER OF MAIN &
home or abroad during the war, it is HURON STREETS INSTEAD OF
estimated here by persons who have AL LENEL HOTEL
made a study of the proposition. The. Read >4. w m rait.'ualu izu t
estimate is based on an assumption
that sQldiers who served abroad A.M . P.M P.M. A&PM
would receive a bonus of $1.25 for : i e ..DaiyD ..a.i 70
each day served, with a maximum of s:es a:os ... Tecumsieh... 6:2s ta:,
$625, and that soldiers who did not s: a:25 . Clinton .6:os Ii'5.
leave this country would be granted 4 15 :s A S Ann Arbor L. 6:45 to :°
one doLlar a day, with a maximum '.M. P W P.M. A&PN
of $500. up
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and Distinction "
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ww Illi M A -- - M lO1P IM IIwn IM I M
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145,000 To Apply
One hundred and forty-five thousand'
ex-service men in Michigan filed ap-
plication for the state bonus voted
by the citizens more than a year ago.
It is assumed here that a like num-
ber would be eligible for a federal
bonus. A number of soldiers unable -
to collect from this state because
they enlisted in another state, giving
the latter as their place of residence,
would be given a part of the federal
fund, it is pointed but here.
Assuming that Michigan solders
on an average, 250 days each
during the war, and that each re-
Svd one dol'ar a day for the serv-
ice, the amount available to Micbir n
mnn wou'd be $36,250,000. In some
quarters here this figure is regarded
Bonus legislation, sidetracked
some time ago by congress, will be
revived, it is believed in some :,guar-
ters, through decision of the admin-
istration to press such a proposal.
The decision was made by President
Harding and leading republicans at
a recent White House conference.
Under the decision it has been ten-
tatively proposed that the money for
the bonus come from debts owed the
United States by her al'ies during
the war. This proposal is pleasing*
to, American Legion officials here.
The $36,250,000 estimate for Michi-
gan is based on the assumption that
all of the proposed bonds would be
paid in cash.
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Psychological explanation of the
physical or motor reactions to the dif-
E NOTferent stimuli which act upon us in
-S NOT our daily lives, was the subject of
NERS the first series of lectures, delivered
CG by Prof. Fred N. Scott, of the rhetoric
department, before the class in psych-
ITS ology of language during the past
According to Prof. Scott, there are
two general lines of research fol-
lowed by those interested in the or-
igin of language, the first of which
attempts to trace, in an inverse order,
the origins of different words, fin-
ally reaching the time when there
was no speech. This method has given
rise to the extensive study known as
comparative philology. The second
of these, having perhaps a more an-
thropological and psychological inter-
est, aims at the reconstruction, in-
ferential.y, of course, of an age when
there was no speech, and, working for- -
ward from this general hypothetical
DYERS basis, to finally trace the coming of
JE In an attempt to explain the almost T
involuntary movements which come as
apparent reactions to different exter-
ior stimuli, Professor Scott went ex-
tensively into the psychological treat-
ises of Darwin, James, Baldwin and
others upon these primary emotions.
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whole of the frontier West.,
In a love story loaded with thrills that go
off like a fusillade.
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