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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY,

NOVEMBER 22,

TH ICIANDIY AURANOEBE 2

MPISON MEMO I
-N ANNOUNCED
lical Research Institute Will Have
Building Opposite University
Observatory
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will be a few beds on the third floor
1 for patients which the investigators,
wish to place under close observa-I
ion,
Realism Near
e End Of Reignisonsors
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$10 or $20 have not realized that this
amount must be divided between 11
(ifferent organizations for their year's
NER OLGift Will Aid
Wil Conu 'n i Dign isease Study
soaiIt Sui - sar hi
scribed W larthin Says

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S.C.A. Announces
New Appointments
Announcement was made at the
last cabinet meeting of the S. C. A.
of the appointment of Albert W. Boeh-
ringer, '26, to the department ofiter-
nationalism of that association. At
the same time, George Baker, '25, was
appointed to the leadership of the Ex-
tension department, formerly held by
Arthur Bannister, '26, George Hacker,
in charge of church relations, has
been appointed to the campus service
department, Earl Blaser, '26, has been
made assistant to the president, Perry
Hayden. He is at present engaged in
procuring students to go to the Old-
er Boys' conference at Muskegon.

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"Realism has about seen its day," , K 1 f $42,UUU Vt'1. j
declared Walter de la Mare, the fain---t
Plans for the "Thomas Ilenry ous English author, in commenting With all soAcitor, devoting thir
impson Memorial Institute for Med- upon the literary tendencies which energies to the effort c nmking thej
al Research," which was accepted have been cl.2racteristic of American {Connunity fund camplaign drive a
,y the Board of Regents at their reg- and English works during the past success this year the total amount
yar th ly meetinThsa heirg- I few decades. collected reached a figure slightly n-
a e estehrday m "I hope so," added Prof. Louis A. der $42,000 yesterday. This leaves
rere made public yesterday. They Stiauss of the English department, but $7,000 yet to be subscribed. The
ere prepared by Albert Kahn, well- "if what you iefer to is the average drive was to have closed last W(-
fown architect, on the direction of Iprese nt-(ay literary production."Mr. I nesday, but officials of the Fund s-
l r e ve h rs. Christian MacDonald Simpson,i de la Mari agreed with the professorsca o r eole httefl
ddget of $49,000 shall he collect i.t
onor of the $400,000 which will es- iand contin uedohecta t is tthw
i i l c t e t isstated that the drive will con-

"It is a wonderful opportunity for
the school to study pernicious anemia
and to possibly get new information
about it," stated Prof. A. S. Warthin
of tl pathological department of the
Medical school yesterday, when ques-
tioned concerning the gift of Mrs.
Christine MacDonald Simpson for re-
.-,arch work devoted to this disease.
Professor Warthin said that the
ause of the disease is unknown at
the iresent time and when once had,
it is nractically incurable. It is an
unusually severe type of anemia

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tablish the institute.
The gift was made with a number
of provisions, among which were
those to the effect that the building,j
which is to cost $150,000, be built on
the Lamont grant at the corner of'
Observatory avenue and Glen drive,
directly opposite from the Observa-
tory, and that the sketches, drawings,
plans, and specifications for same, as
prepared by Albert Kahn and approv-;
ed by Dean Hugh Cabot and Prof. P.
M. Hickey, of the Medical school, be
used.
Mrs. Simpson also reserves the right
to choose the material to be used in
construction of the building, and the
furnishings for same. However, she
leaves to the Regents the entire man-
agement of the institute, with the pro-
vision that the University furnish the
heat, light, and janitor service neces-
sary to the operation of the building,
and the necessary business and cler-
ical help and nursing personnel so
that the entire income from the $250,-
000 in investments, as provided for,
can be devoted to the employment of
medical and scientific directors.
The building, as planned, will be
three stories high. The first story will
contain a reception room, a library,
recording and examination rboms. As
the institute is being founded primar-
ily to carry on research in perinici-
:us anemia, rooms will be provided
for the compilation of statistics show-E
ing its prevalence, the types of peo-
ple the disease usually affects, and
the climates in which it is most often
found.
The second floor will be made up
almost entirely of laboratories. There

p rl e lst wa1~ I 1I~)LI vi st, sBti n
truth to fact as it is supposedly pro- hnue until the d.uota ha. beenwhih comes upon one suddenly. The
srth thnews- oreh. oiatient soon loses many of his red
sented in the columns of the anws- Iore solicitors are needed to carry ;,(ood cells and becomes pale and yel-
paper, is dull and uninteresting and #
a on the extenied tainpaign. It has low. In a few cases the disease can
!as such' cannot hope to live nor to be been the object of the campaign to be cured but the majority of -times the
counted among really great literary visit every citizen of the city, but due I- atient dies.
efforts. to the limited number of 'workers Pernicious anemia is quite common
Before coming to such a decided some have doubtless been missed, and in this part of the country and med-
conclusion, which discounts the liter- everyone interested in the welfare of i(al authorities consider it fortunate
ary value of so much of the work of the community is requested to send for a gift to combat this disease to
present-day authors, Mr. de la Mare in their contributiou by mail. It is come at such an opportune time.
attempted to explain explicitly what Iomihle t the drive wil be re-
he meant by the term "realism." jpeate h and nany asked to raise their The old Holland windmills are
"Many authors who purport to be subscription, d rive officiaL; state. .lowly but surely going down before
realists," he said, "are, in fact, not e :any of thise who have givcn but ruewer machinery.
realists at all but merely the extreme
opposite of romanticists. To explain, ?1_ 1111111141l444111ii Ol l i
the romanticist is accused of select-
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,3
presenting a very one-sided picture Li' h woierne
of the things about him. For instance, -tere's to the olverines that have worked so hard
such a writer would look out of a Here's to the Rooters that are always your, pard.j
window and see merely the beauty of See
the scene, the well-constructed lines
of the automobile standing in the =Puyear & Hintz -
street, the stateliness of the barrenor l a ct e
trees, and the suggestions coming =or Millinery at Prices That Tease
from the sight of the passing people.- 328 South Man
"The so-called realist, on the other
hand, in his definite attempt to avoid
what he would call, the "sentimental"
in the work of the romanticist, goes Read the W ant A ds
to the veiy opposite extreme.

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Senior pictures will be on
sale at the 'Ensian office until
J Thanksgiving. After this date
no pictures will be sold.

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