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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATUIRDAY,

w~nll i ll feebeso th thr floor1 [lif 1i$10 or $20 have not realized that this
RLfor atients which the investigators bUru mount must be divided between 11
, Orm "0'a I r porL9 wish too iihtcc undcr d. oh e :srva- I ldifferent organizations for their year's
Reerh i4 t ll&1 Ravel End Of Reign ocrsWl ilnie4iP1ii Disease Stu~dy
(ling Opposite VUiversiity j°f / bo11'at+ iS y

S.C.A. Announces .
N ew'Ap polintmentsa

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sRP R DBYK H lE~LFi~> has about seen its clay,' u 42OOM RK I"ti a wonderful opportunity for
dfclared WelV~iter do la Marc, the tam - I!.the school to study pternicious anemia i
IMns for the)Thomas H1: 5 Iienry ou 7 . s Englishl author, in conmmlenting Witll ll Ao rS decat,, ,t their land to possibly get new information b
pson Memorial Institutc for M1edl- upon the liter rzy tendczecs wich eni s ft tE efrtm of tai~te about it," Stated Prof. A. S. Warthind
RiesearchI," wich Rwas accepted haL~ve been ehurateriStic of American CoI ?uuiit n'amp , ;lj;n;drive a _of the pathological department of the [
hie Board of Regent', at their re- ad .,g ;h :wrks duingii the past ;s cces s this;ve.:r"the tot 1alamouint: Medical school yesterday,'when ques- h
motl etn hrsa ih e earcadsc:. colle:,,cd reached a figure 1lihtl1u-I tioned concerning the gift of Mrs. P
monthly lnc"Ithope so," added clProf. Le£uis A. ( 1$2,000 yeterday. rThi ;lea'ves Christine M~acDonald Simpson for re-e
emade public yesterday. TIhey 70Gyet to hb suscr-ibed. The I search work devoted to this disease. 1
S(4nu 11th1c glshdepartlamrt,
rive ywasto haveclolsedilast We- prfso Watisid htte1
vprepared by Albert Kahnx, well- 1 !youl r, er to is the average PoesrWrhnsi htte
wvn architect, on the direction ofIprsntdy ierary production." M r. taedlbtofiilso e Funmd a-j catise of the disease is unknown at
Christian -MacDonald Simpson. ,do: la M ,ye. agreed with the professor Io~to 1Ci0u~dta h 1 h rsn ieadwe nehd
ofth 40,00 hih ilie- dn conztinu~el to the effect that th11 e i o ''4,0 hl b olcei is practically incurable. It is an
'It4is~tald ,fit tdrive wi]1ll U- Iunux~sually severe type of anemia
~is the institut./vueyn ast -rlin hpp nse pof te lt ;;c pnil the (11,01 lf l!1.Iithaseen which comes upon one suddenly. Thee
truth tio °fact a ti upsdypo
he gift wa ps madIe vi t number iii lip coluhimis of the newvs- patient soon loses many of his red
which werened d c crr blood cells and becomes pale and yel-
)roison, mog aprisdul ndunntretig ndci te ;t'ed eaitoaignt. It has low. In a few cases the disease can
e to, thel effect tlat, the building, ~s{ sch-:,cannot hope to live nor to bebenteojtofhec pag to ecudbttemjriyftmste
cti is to cost $'150,000, be built on coimted among really great literary vi<3i1. every cit izenz of the city, but dule pawtient dies.
Lz1amentlgan tat the corner of ef'forts. to thec limited nu-mber of workers! Pernicious anemia is quite common
ervatory avenue and Glen drive. Before coming to such a decided to ahave(IoUIbt105 been missed, and in this part of the country and md-
ctl opso,;it frm te Osera- wicusin, h~ci dscontsthelit everyo7ne interested in the welfare of ical authorities consider it fortunateI
and th.t the sk:etchecs, drawingsI aryvValue of so much of the work of the olmunity i; requested to send! for a gift to combat this disease to
L5. and speci icatibons for sane, as , ]present-day authors, Mr. do la Mare inx thzrEcontribution y mail. It is conie at such an opportune time.
eared by Albort Kahn And approv- a ttempted' to explain explicitly what nosil tt the ,:,ie will be re-G
y Dan Hugh Cabaot and Prof. P. he meant by the termn "realism." l eate !onl many askedc to raise their The 01(1 Holland windmills are'I
]hickey, of the 'Medical school, be "Many authors who purport to be ,lFi clpoi, (-x tliiv officials state, slowly but surely going-down before
.1. realists," he said, "are, in fact, not 1 r a risoft1o0el 3 ho have given but newer machinery.
rs. Simpson also reserves the right1 realists at all but merely the extremne

Announcement was made at the
lat cabinet meeting of the S. C. A
of the appointment of Albert W. Boeh-'
ringer, '26, to the depairtmecnt of inter-
nationalismn of that" association. At.
the same tinme, George Baker, '25, was{
appointed to the leadership of the Ex-
tension department, formzerly, held by
Arthur Bannister, '26, George tacker,
in charge of church r elattionzs, has
been appointed to the campus, service,
department, :Earl Blaser, '26, has beeni
made assistant to the president, Perry
H-ayden. He is at present engaged in
procuring students to go to the Old-;
er Boys' conference at Muskegon.

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goose the nater'iial to be used in
ruction of the bulilding, and the
shngs for samI~e. However, she

ves Ito the Regents the entire man-
mnent of the institute, with the pro-
on that thie University furnish the
,t, light, and janitor service neces-
y to the operation of the building,
lthe necessary business and cler-
Shelp and nursing personnel 'so
tthe entire income fromt the $250,-1
in investments, as provided for,
be devoted to the employment of
lcal and scientific directors.
'he buildling, as planned, will bel
ee stories high. The first story will
tain- a reception room, a library,
ordinlg and exanination rooms. As
institute is being founded primar-
to carry -on research in perinici-
anemia, rooms will be provided
the compilation of statistics show-'
its prevalence, the types of peo-
the disease usually affects, and
climates in which it is most often
nd.
he second floor will be made up
ost entirely of laboratories. There

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opposite rmntcst. oexlan of11liilromanticists. II II IIII II IIIi I Tol explainI II I l'11tlII[I
the romanticist is accused of select-I
ing certain' phases of life and pur- Here's to the Cheer Leaders, faithful and true. -
posely overlooking other phases, thus Here's to the Band that plays for you
presenting am very one-sided picture 4Yyu
of the things about him. For instance, Here's to the Wfolverines that have worked so hardI
such- a .writer':' would look out of a;= 1Hlre's to the Rooters that' are alwa~ys your' pard.
window and see merely the beauty of See.
the scene, the well-constructed lines ~=
of the automobile stndig iHtintz =
street, the statelinessaof the, barrlenfo MileratrcsThtPae
and theMillsury stioics Tcoinings
trees, adtesggesinscnin,
from the sight of the passing people. w " South Main-
"The so-called realist, on the other -
band, ini hii definite attempt to avoid _" ' " 3tt ii tii!E °z li 'lidl tllil iif liitlititi +
1vhetlhe wouldI call, the "sentimiental" -
'.n the work of the ronu.:t ici ft, goes A dtc 1'~l iU
'o thez very> fop1 ,r:ite etremn .21 A AJT T A t

'&cndcr Seni'icc..
Unexcelled.

VAN I3OVEN, CRESS &
State St. andI S. Univ ersity

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Mrs. Win. F
The handiest restaurar
in after the game tod a
tastes like home.
For quick service andl
is no place like the
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nt in town, Stop
y. Our cooking
good food there
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Senior pictures 'will be. on
sale3 at the 'Ensian office until
Thanksgiving. After this date
no pictures wvill be sold.

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