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THE MICIAN DAILY

DENTlHEALTH Minister Ofse U. S.
DEOI~S~N nSpain To o~sus

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GYMNASIUM CLASSES I 'oletinOf Inia Relics
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Interfraternity Conference Will Form
Programs for Health
Main11tenlanlce
1T0 MEET' AT NEW YORK
New York, Nov. 18.-In a report to
be read by Dr. Harry E. Mock of
Chilcago before the Interfraternity con-
ference to be held here Nov. 28 and
29, the University of Mu'ichigan, Cor-
nell University and the University of
California will be named as leaders
in preserving the health of their stu-
dents.
Members of the committee on stu-
denlt health maintenance of the Inter-
fraternity conference, after collect-
ing statistics from 130 colleges and
universities, and 400 chapters of var-
ous fraternities, find that "not more
bhan 25 per cent of our universities
have a comprehensive program of
health maintenance."
After a study of the conditions the
committee, is prepared to recommend
he following: That every stwlent
should be given a thorough examina-
ion on entrance and re-examined at
east once a year. That every student
who has been sick should be examined
before being allowed to return to
class. That every student should be
vaccinated. That each college shouldI
have the services of a full or part
imne physician and that a staff of
specialists should be picked by the
college physician.,
"It. is hoped," the committee con-
ludes, "that this report will stimu-
ate all universities to adopt a pro-
gram- of student health, thereby not
only benefiting the individual stu-

scheduled to meet next Moniday and
Tuesday afternoons wiiT_,nspewct the
University health service iiiitlet' the
fU'rc~c cf .. Emory i -W. inafter
reporting at thei ymasum at ti e
regular time onthsafeno.
Following the sa.? }r2 '-
gramn as that car',led-oi t x h tfle wk
men's class~es lastWekbyD. k
garet Bell, Dr.in viilcture _;
the various dew,'.entsof te ea i
service. Students, xtIxgtCt
inent on Monday ari Tusdy rer~
quested by tuhealhsr~c 1lt~
to come before o'lkincdrt
avoidl a conflict withte npet1
which will start at .1:15.

t-nera tousndnicesof arch-
~ icl ~e~nen , e1 ifly from the'
irhi~inIjOO ben rceeived'
Xtu~C~;1 (i Zoloy, c Trdig to an-
.lOPIl .~ tb ~~ .W It in;1a2lC'
T~e-crej lt; w [e 1 01l r given toI
3h':.. l 0e"lo or purchsed With1mo-
ey doae frtai lurlGSe. Chiet
a ~ ~ lie to'rg1c r i sultaken
'ryIdinon ds(Ulears rod n
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shape of, eri"ament,; and c-,ostes, in-
dicate clearly the cont act of t he III-
(hans with the early :French mission-
$arie~s.
Of great interest to those interest-
ed in early mission antiques is a
sundial, which was taken from the
old mission church at I I arbor .aprings.
This Sun dial is supposed to hsave beenca
placed there by l+ ather _Ma rquet te,
one. of the earliest 0 ofC alic<ns
sionaries in this cotry. : "A tnui-
ber of new archaeokogial zpech n ns

Reed A ddHis subject swas "Parties and Poflt-
i ~Detroit Meetings ' Tomorrow)t-1er noon Professor Reed
IProf. Thomas It. Reed, of the polit- ClhWoas
iclsinedprmnso~ taI~ i oitic's,"' and -Friday night
icalsciece dparment spoe ha will snak to tahe mass meeting }hc-
meeting of the Woman's City club, l iore tiow:ume
of etroit, h ield yesterday afternoon .o i l f n x
pe crt tailoring i n
al l of our made to , , W.as thle mutter
viP1 Professor Henry thisl
' ,-ng I've n ever seen
. ! " , lirm 'o peeved. IHe seemed
measure clothingiver.
$ 45.00) Suits Made IIn cur is yf ias-
OwnI Shop "Boiling over Is good. He
W"S. Didn't you notice
Are ur S .. hy? Tihe old boy had rris-
pie LSeCV1aly laid1 his Eldorado pencil."

EA it h le' uiwr'oin'l var-ious shave also been re eived from cAlask7a.
utarrt~gar fels~u -Pas pottery ; These aCquisition, s'1ill- b(, kept il
and ijte, whh-h ere1),1ried with the musem, but will not beiplae
lbxii Svea lud ednee~of X11 on exhibition, dCoue e #,unrr.sen o- t
_ ircl ;k] C tle r ,a we, in t he crowtded "oodition of tej, hi g

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Alexander Moore, of Pittsburg, will
sho'rtly retire as the envoy of the
United States at Madrid, it is re-
ported from abroad.
Scott To Attend
New York Meeting
Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric
department, and Mrs. Scott will leave
tomorrow afternoon for New York,
where Professor Scott will attend a
meeting of the advisory committee on
English, called by the American Coun-
cil on Education. While in New
York Mrs. Scott will, visit Mrs. Joyce
Kilmer at Larchmont.
Davis Addresses
Botany Seminar

Gordy Leaves .If'Or
ChicagoMei ;
Prof. C. 13. Gordy, 0of11the ica(l '
engineering department, left MW' O y
night for Chicag~o to attend~ a met
ing of the board of directors oft; l
Society of Industrial Engineers. 11,r- -
fessor Gordy, who is vice-prosident 0of
the society, will present a report. of
the research wvork of the society for!
the past: year.
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each succeeding generation. Prof. B. M. Davis, of the botanyde
partentwill deliver a paper before
elf-Government ithei botanical Semninar! gat 4:30 a'-}
clock today in room B-173 of the Na-
Trains Studtents, tural Science building. His subject
r,, ,will be "A Study of Irregularities in
Wiutney Declares Menclelin Rations of Oenothera." All
persons interested are invited to at-
"Americans fail' to appreciate their tend.
sponsibilities," says Dean A. S.
Iitney of the School of 'EducationI Cabot Addressesf
commenting upon a charge recent- Grup
made by Pres. David Kinley of the M edical G o p
iversity of Illinois that American ___
pools do not teach the Americanj Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Medical
it. Student self government pre- school, visited Traverse City yester-
uts in miniature the problems of a day, giving four addresses before sev-
te democracy, Dean Whitney be- eral organizations in that 'city, in-
es, and imlplies a p sonal respon- cluding lectures to two medical soci-
ilitles for the 'group which most I eties. He returned to Ann Arbor ear-
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At effective sort of discipline; with
tudent self government would be
reat success; without it, self' gov-
mnent is as great a failure. Amer-
n education has in part failed to
lize this phase of the American
Warnings Against a too self-con-
us nationalism are often' heard
ni the proponents of a wide in..-
nationalism, on the other hand. It
o natural that a nation be versed'
and sympathetic with its' own tra-
ons that a considerable group of
a think the tendency likely to be#
rdelevoped. At present, however,;
cational practice is toward the in-
mting of a responsibility propo.
ate to the benefits of citizenship."
aris, Nov. 1.-An official decreeF
horizes importation of cattle on
hoof from Argentine,
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