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January 18, 1924 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MICHIGAN NAMED
TO TEACbH HEALTH1
Designated By U . S. Government
Bureau As One Of Four
Summer (-enters
COLUJMBIA, IOWA, CALIFORNIA
WILL iVE FEDERAL COURSES
The University of Michigan has
been designated by the United States
bureau of public health service as one
of the four centers of the United
States in which public health instruct-
ion will be stressed next summer,
it was announced yesterday by Dean
Edward H. Kraus of the snmmer
session. It is expected that because
of this designation that the summer
session will be especially °crowded
this year.
Special bulletins advertising the
courses to be given in these public
health centers will be sent to 80,000
physicians and to 20,000 sanitarians
in this country, acording to Dean
Kraus. The otlher schools which have
been chosen for the giving of such
public health instruction are Colum-
bia, University of Iowa, and the Uni-
versity of California.
In giving the reasons for the se-
lecton of the above Universities, Dean
Kraus pointed out that it was be-
cause of their geographic location,
their facilities and their general rep-
utation.
It is expected that there will be a
great number of public health nurses
at the summer session because of the
special courses thalt will be given
them and also because of the act
that they are holding their national
convention in Detroit just prior to the
beginning of the summer term here
in the University.
Descriptive literature of the courses
which will be given is now in the
process of preparation. Prof. John
Sundwall of the department of hygiene
and public health is devoting consid-
erable time to arranging the various
courses.
Curtiss Returns To Observatory Work
Prof. R. IH. Curtiss, assistant direct-
or of the astronomical abservatory
has been confined to his home be-
cause of illness for the past two days.
He expects to be able to return to
his work at the observatory today.
German Socialists Lose Battle
Dresden, Jan. 17.--Municipal lead-
-rs throughout Saxony brought de-
feat to the United Socialists in this
their greatest German stronghold.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly. -Adv.
CHINESE, GARDENS
Ala Carte Evening Service
American or Chinese Dishes
Moderate Prices

Pawlowski Deplores Tendency

To Magnify Air

Disasters

4T ~IONINOOR MEET
SCHEIJLEO FORMARCH 8

Prof. F. W. Pawlowski, head of the
aeronautical engineering department
in an interview yesterday scored the
tendency of the world to magnify
events in the world of flying whici?
would have passed almost unnoticed
had they happened on land or sea.
"Two or three weeks ago," he said
in commenting upon the recent disas-
ter of the Shenandoah, "several hun-'
dred ships on the western coasts of
England and France broke from their
moorings and many were wrecked
The press made almost no mention of
that event. But as soon as an airship
a single airship does the same thing
the world talks of the great danger of
all dirigibles and lighter-than-air
craft."
Lately, with the recent disaster of
the Dixmude in France and the near-
disaster of the Shenandoah opinion has
been greatly stirred against airships
but in the belief of Professor Pawlow-
ski such accidents can be done away
with. It is because the events are sC
unusual, although from usual causes
that so much attention is paid to them
The Dixmude simply took too long r
trip for the amount of gasoline on1
board. In the case of the Shenandoah:
it was a little different. Much diffi-'
culty has been encountered in moor-
ing huge dirigibles because there has
not been' any way invented of giving
slack to break the shock of the first
blast of wind, as is the case with ships
at anchor. The nose of the 'air ship is
firmly and rigidly fixedtto a tower
Professor Pawlowski explained, and
when too much wind hits it, the dan-
ger of the moorings snapping is very
great. -
In commenting upon the possibil-
ity of the Shenandoah reaching its
goal next summer, he said that toc
many unforeseen occurrences might
destroy the plans which have been,
perfected. One thing that is of the
greatest danger, he pointed out, i.
whether or not the different metal
parts of the ship can stand the in-
tense cold of the northern regions.
"Several years ago when Vansen 1
famous Swedish explorer, made the
dash that carried him nearest the pole
to any man until Perry's time, he al-
most lost his life on this account. It
seems that he, with one companion
left the rest of his party and started
out on skiis. After travelling about
a hundred miles, the iron which held
their skiis on their feet became sc
brittle that it snapped. It was neces-
sary for the men to chew strips of
leather from their clothing, as the
knife blades also broke in the chill."
SLEEP ANYWHERE,.BUT
EAT AT REX'S
TilE CLUB LUI lt
7' Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR RUS LINE
Central Time (Slow Time)
Leave Chamber of Commerce
Week Days Sundays
6:45 a.m. 6:45 a. m.
12:45 P.M. 6:45 p.m.
Vne9H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor.
Phone 926-M Adrian, Mich.

Professor Pawlowski favored the
choice of helium gas for inflating the'. New York, Jan. 17.-(By AP)-The
balloon, as hydrogen is highly inflam- 1924 national senior indoor track and
mable, and hence one danger is done field championship of the A. A. U. will
away with, even though the helium is be held in the 22nd regiment armory
somewhat heavier than the hydrogenh
________________here, March 5, it -was announced to-
day. Because of preparations for the
Tickets For Iowa Ol mpic games, one o the most im-
Game Selling Fast posing Fields in the history of the
event is scheduled.
ih- fact that the meet will come

MINOR SPORTS MANAGER
WANTED
Sophomores who wish to try out
for assistant manager in minor
sports Will please report at the
Varsity hockey room at the Col-
-1eum at 7 o'clock any night this
week.
R. V. RICE,
Manager

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ready selling fast, according to the
Athletic association ticket office.
This is probably due to the victory
over Illinois Monday night, it is
thought.
Student athletic coupons will admit
to this game as to the previous ones
this year. More students and more

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