RS REASSURI % G
or Talks on "F ie load ;
y" As Boy's IWeek
F011 :N EWEVST WOR IV
1922 show that room calls have de-
creased more than 101) pc- cent in the
last two years, wihile dispensary callsj
have decreased from 5,835 in March,
1922, to 3,950 last March.
There were 136 head colds reported
last month, as compared with 24G in1
the same month in 1922 and 64 in
1923. one case of pneutnoni;i. Nvas re-
ported last month, as against seven)
such cases two years ago. Cases of
]bronchitis have been steadily and
rapidly decreasing, while operations
and eye refractions, on tae other haii d,
have seen an increase. There were 32
operations for tonsils last month, 134
eye refractions, and 160l X-ray exaw-'
tra. Credits atHome -
an 450 courses in History, English, M'athemnatics, Chemistry,
Modern Languages, Economics, Pilosophy, Sociology, etc.,
by correspondence. Learn how the credit they yield may
iding 11. Yost, director of inter- ....'*,..
:a athidtics5 talked to the boys .^ 4
.e upper grades of the Pe rr y I~~.
r: c Packard street yeste~iday aa fQ° ...
in]g on "The Road to Victory" as ....,.,..*..,....
rlSt topic in the Boy's week pro- ., ............
ay. 411 over the country this - --
hsbeen dedicated to the ftutre
r,;o the country in showinlg New picture froni thei~ or14 fliers, showAing them alighting 4o1Seal Cane, Prince, . Ruert, British Columbia
the right way to trai for this,
m 'bip and the responsibility that! Steady progress of the three pJanes toward Asia in the around the world flight sponsored by the air service
son;e clay will bear. . of thV united States armny is reassuring elements which. opposed the project on the grounds that the route being
ci -Yost, in his speech, told the followed by the fliers was not feasible.
that they must "cr'eate the right Major F'rederick L. Martin, commander of the extbedition, end his world circlers are going ahead despite de-
swhIile they are young so that lays caused by crippling of his flagplane, Seattle, by snow squalls between Chignik, Alaska, andl Dutch H-ar-
vill remain with thlem1 through out 'hor, Unalaska Island, on their route toward Siberia.
He said that a young boy will
iih exercise, and explained that
has xactyhthtsamraph& IOf tlEclipsefllhlT
end cowmecntxas anyone else, only P o ~ r p o a f~j~ nrn~ SO
ui ant exercise and training he!"+W
. nmself fit and in a physical. Of Sun In Library.Exhibition:UP TDN ""
tion mruch better than the aver-_________ 1111,ilfU
One student death haa3 occurred this
year, resulting firm blood poisoninig
which presented somne features of sear-
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
* 'What was t he matter
. ;\with Professor Henry thls
morning? I've never seen
hi s pevd.He ,seemed
"Boiling over is good. ]go
was. Didn't you notice
why? The old boy had mis-
laid his Eldorado pencil."
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Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
3A Hearty Roar
4 - ;fro m Title to
the past few weeks
I'uceived many letters
on and tributes for
!9 boys. Grantland Ri
"nsortswriter of the
ne, wrogte the followi
scolumn "The Sportlig
with hi~m when the
ew Yorkt recently:
he main difference
rY I'p" Yost of M~ich
our first meeting 20 y
t. this: hie is a trifle
,more enthusiastic, n(
wo dlecades back aloe
ost now has anothe
even challenges fool
iaracter building for
lng the boy to play ii
hie conies to college-
;hle full value of the cl
;o much fromn the vie-W
1 factor, lbut from At
Coach Yost Astronomical photographs taken at
of congrat- the Yerkes, Mlt. Wilson. and Harvard.
his work College observatories, showing unusu'
ice, the well al views of various natural phenom-
eNew York ena, are on display at the Library.
ing of Yost On~e of the most remarkable of the
fght" after a photographs is that of a total eclipse
coach was of the sn, taken at the eclipse sta-
~o ntion ofthe Yerkes observatory at
we se inWadsbor, Noth arolna.Total
higan today. eclipses, whiclh occur at the instant
Sears ago is of a new moon, when the moon exact-
e keener,, a ly 'covers the sun, ca~n be seen only
ow than hie 1about on~ce every 360 Years at a given
.g the dlusty place on the earth's surface.
IThere nare, a number of photographs
er *interest in the collection of the surface of the
Atball. This moon, taken with, the 100 inch Hooker
the boy- telescope Ft Ite Mt. Wilson obser-
hre ga.me be- vatory. The southern portion of the
-proving to moon is shown to be a rough, moun-
tainous region wvith great numbers of
craters. The features' of the surface
are distinctly shown in all the photo-
gTraphs and statistics on the relative
heights of the best knowvn mountains
are included with thve plates.
The sun has been photographed both'
directly Lrnd in hydrogen light, and
the results of the twQo methods- are
ishown by plates taken at the same ob-
servatory. The diirect photograph
shows:. fow the sun looks as seen by
the eye, if ,it would be possible for the!
eye to face it unshielded. The sur-
face, presents a peculiar mottled ap-
pearance, dotted by dark spots, or
storm-centers, which produce magnet-
ic fields and affect magnetic condI-
tions on the 'earth.
There are a number of plates cf
star-clusters and spiral nebulae and a
long exposure photograph, of th)e
Pleiades group. The exhibition is com-
pleted by °a picture of the huge tele-
scope at the Mit. Wilson observatoryf
by means of which many of the photo-
gr.-phs were made.
Health reports for March, 1924, made
by Prof. Wfarre n E. Forsythe, dire+ tcr
of the University health service, show,
that "student health, with the excep-
tion of a few minor contagion.,, is con-
tinuing its splendid course for the
(Cwmparison of last monthss reijort
with th~e report for the same mionth in,
The way to get,
the finest shave
'point of the
home state permits them to drive cars
in Michigan. This is not true, howev-
er, as out-of-state permits are only
good with out-of-state cars, and a
time limit is placed on this privilege.
the course of the last year he
livered over 200 tazlks to more
.0,000 boys-and he is only get-
warmed up. Yost begins with
!rent of wh'at he has to ive-I
en works UP."
11 REPUBICN LU
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Prof. William A. Prayer of the his- .
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AS AlCE_ EM ERSIPspeak Wednesday, in l~ow44~c bf
a joint meeting of' civl club s.there'
or than 14150 members are enroll- I t was learned yesterdlay. IHe; wil
in the University of Michigan Re-1 take the place of, President Marion L.1
lican club at this time, thereby Burton, who was forced to cancel his
king it as the second largest clubf engagement on account of iles
s kind in the country. Ohio State PrfsoPayrwlalopekt
ks first in size with a membersi p a Michigan banquet in Mount Pleasant i
300, while Harvard and Purdue on Mlay. 10. The banquet is being I
1third place with 700 each. held these in support of the campaign j
epublican clubs, 105 in all, have which is to be launched for the L ni-
organized in various colleges and versity of -Michigan Womien's le."gue
ersities throughout the United building.j
.es. These organizations aim to ______ __
ruct their mnembers in the political The Science club of the ,Hillsdale!-
dlems of the day, and in the sol- 'high schiool, accomnpanied by RegenitI'
n1 of political problems which are' Sawyer will visit the University and
untered in ordinary political ad- the physics department, Friday, May 2,
istration. iadwl ef
andwil begiven an address by Prof.
Ralph A. Sawyer, of the physics de-I
LIEarFREtEWent, on "Liquid Air and Its!
STOP TD[ ET "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything qiky-Av
r~. I W~ P ~ I~j Y ~
*"first R un
Rave' It Renaired vt the
PEA HO8ITAL I
Rider's Pen Shop
302, shat fit.
Thos. ,H.0 Ince
prod user of this and! (dTl~e Iottentot,"
"I am stre Ut: '4yt lo~t dig Fish' i, tl:e
g'eiif'eociae41y special ever made."C
righto! So i thiing entirely n ewe--dffea'-
Cut-a tr~aid seal asa hero-a score of
diving Velumes to add zest-a.couple OX
thrill climax that iles laugh onl laugh
to the bu ton -bursting tempo.
ivity is being shown by the Ann
police force in enforcing the
ordinance which demands that
plete stop be made at certain
h traffic streets. A close watch
ng~ kept for speeders and per-
wvho drive without permits.
,y students are of the opinIon
n operator's permit fromn their
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