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PAGE TWO

THEIII MICHIGAN DAILY

V, l'.,a, 11, 1925

BAKE'R TO ADDRESS
RELIGIOUS SER1
U~rbana Minister Will iscuss ntldellt
Morale at Uniiversity
Suniiday Service
DIRECTS WESLEY FUN!)
Dr. James C. Baker, minister of the
Trinity Methodist church in Urbana,
Illinois, andl director of the Wesley
foundation, has been secured by the
Student Christian association for. the
speaker at the University service this
Sunday. For eighteen years, Dr. Laker
has been a leader in student and
church religious -work at the Usnivor-
sity of Illinois.

Invents "Filter" NOL ~ II1
9 ' "g otHI CAG9ANS
1c"11 Prize

The subject of Dr. Baker's spee-Jh
for Sunday is announced as "The
Building of Student Morale." 11e will
give examples with which he is faamb-
iar as-a result of a scientific studly of
the attitudes of under graduates now
being conducted at Illinois. lie has
been president of the University Men's
Christian association summier confer-
ence at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
More than 2,000 people attended thn
last University service which was held
Sunday, Jan. 25. Dr. William E. B.
Du Bois, colored editor of The Crisis
and well known scholar, spoke on
"Africa and America." This was the
largest attendance at a University ser-
vice for the present season. Elis
speech was concerned with the con-
nection of the United States with th3
semi ,independent negro states in
Africa.
Other details of the University ser-
vice next Sunday, Feb. 15 will be an-
nounced later., Special music has
been arranged. Dr. Baker, who has
been secured as the main speaker, is
well known as one of the leading pas-
tors in a student community in the
country. His address will deal with
the morale of a college' community and
will be in the nature of conclusions
drawn from his work among the stu-
dents of the University of Illinois.

An acoustic filter that permits only
certain sound:, to pass through it, has
bceen invented by D. G. W. Stewart of!
the Univc'rsity of Iowa. It is said to be
a long awaited improvement for pho-
no;;aphs, telephones, automobile mu f-
Per_ , radio loud speakers and like ap-
fiiances.

PUA_ JIV~ DT
Dr s. George F. and Gladys Hf. Dick
of the McCormick Institute for Infect-
=ions Diseases o Chicago have ben re-
commendled to receive lb . 1925 Nobel
price in medicine by the Got gas Me-
criai Institute of Troical anl Pre-
ventive medcine according to a re-j
cent announcement. The Drs. Dick
were suggested by the institute be-
cause of thir noteworthy reearh in
scarlet fever
Dr. George F. Dicke told of his ex-
perience in this field when le lec-1
lunre>d here on December 4 under the
auspices of Alpha Omega Alpha, n-
tional h.onrary medical fraternity. At
first, in attempting to dscover thej
organism producing scarlet fever, in-
oculations were made in guinea pigs
and mrice ut with small success and
it was found necessary to use humtan
volunteers in the work, he stated.
While the first results obtained were
slight, after several later tests a pure;
culture of hemolytic streptococcus wasl
inocuatad and in 1923 scarlet fever
was produced for the first time in the
human individual. Funrther experi-
ments proved that a certain strain of
hemolytic streptococcus -caused the
disease.
Next a skin test for susceptibility
to the disease was perfected, now
know as the "Dick Test." This is now
used in most of the hospitals in the
country which are associated with
medical schools. Later the [Dicks di::-.
covered that the symptoms of scarl(K
fever were produced by the toxin Blab-
orated by this special strain of 11cn-
olytic streptococcus. By the use of
this toxin they were able to produc
immunity to the disease.
Somewhat later an anti-toxin in the'
horse was perfected which made avail
able lat ge quantities which ave now
being used successfully in overomit.
the disease once iti Ia b eoe
tablished.
Austin, Texas, Feb4. 10.--"Ma'' Fr
fu of+, cvei :c.elect of r'exam, wa:
the guest of honor at a )-ception held(
In the faculty (dub of the universit
of Texas recently,
iO WAR i , i i S"/i
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Youthful Radical
31i ler IUn xersi3a 14, i'n CI()is
(S°)eeial to T he Daily)
i ..Cev land, Ohio, Feb.1.-1) ui''
carpai~mngfor a big;ge_, Inivers5ity
Y} c. AMiciganw~ club in this city has bee
!Itarted by trho newly-elected boa rd ofI
}f i s;governocrs, itwas announced{ hi ^reto
day 1 r ranP: heiyef I, ecr.
t:':y of "L" '1111).
I, ter'l havc sbeen mailed to thle
moie tlha )n nine hulndre?'i g iruate,, of
tie , ive,, ino school xvho aro now?
;y yS I sr~7id( f3 oft_('ti E~ landi n 11 all atk 1h1
to c( iiluate tI(O.ir o(ffor. i its a F .Ib -
l1sh the organization on a firm footirig..
;t. is the aimh to male the club their
1 I1e.;t in Ohio and to this end all effort s
acbeing directed.
Y1~our main steps are tinder way to
sure this aim, the fir: d one being
the appointment o a commnittee to
Ifcrmulat ea aplnwhich c nnteml)1t-,
the establishment. of a scholarship at
the Univeisity for si udeuts of the
Grecater Cleveland high schools.
.:. The second step which is being tai;-!
S en is the planning of weekly luncheons
which are to start at the Cleveland
Athletic -club on Friday, whili the
fthiryd is the appointment of a comlmit-
Afc,, ins Srertc:, 14, Brooklyn sch1ool- tee to secure a University celebrity toX
bry, has bc t(-d lhimsgelf up as leader address a meeting of both women and
of a "~Red" movement among youths. men graduates of the school at some
SAdult radicals, in a meeting i New E date in the near future.
Yor k, chIeer a him when lie shouted: Fourthly, a group has been named
1It is cur duty to miobilize the children: to arrange for distribution of footballI
to fight against, the capitalistic system.I tickets, with the intention of having
Down with capitalism! Up with the the entire seat sale made through flio
Ai erican Soviet republic.'" local club. Arrangements have ecen

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DO)( YOU 1KNOW1
jTIhal,,yoU can pay for your
192:) 'Ensian, at Angell Hall
orow and Frid ayp

made with the Athletic association in Gra, . ', RWilliamt F. Temple, '03r,
Arn Arbor to accent reservations first (:lyde ' olb~y, '11?, Winthrop Wthing'-
of membilers of the Alumni association toi), cX i i owird I1. Sheparl,' '98G,
whbo Lav paid their local club dues. Reno P).:,ansom, '17L, Howard Felver,
Thbe ba of governors of the local '20, D rank W.:'Sheehy, ex-'15, J. Robert
club11 iS as: follows: H arrison B. Me- troust, '97, Pt:, P. D~ryer, ex'02.

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teachers to the middle high school of
Canton Chrmistian college at Canton_,
China have been received byn Miss Miar-
garet Cameron, secretary of the bur-
eau of appointments. The positions
are to be filled for Sentember of this
year, and appointments will be mnade
of one teacher of miathematics, one of
'French and .German and' two. each e"
Tnglis, biology and history.
Contracts are made for three or five
years, Properly qualified Chin eeNwh,
have had practice in teaching are es-
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Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.
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E'cr the p urpose of checking up ac-
coznOt, nmaking rep ortO,, and bringing
the 192E J-loop to it3 oflicial conch: -
:sicul, th.e commnittee will meet atl 5:10
o'clock this afternoon, in room-r 302 of
the Union. 'he report of the -general
chairman, and the financial statement,
1 are Estill to be completed.
In statement yesterday, Charles
EC. Oat:mnan, '26, general chairman, de-
cla; ,d that the lack of flood lights,
Iwhic'h would not enhance the beautyI
of the deco; alons in the gymnasium,
was due1 to this fact that a g-eaterE
I amnount cf money had been :;pent on
imusic thain ever before, and minor de-
tails wevi e slighted in the effort to
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HERE'S the new short-vamp
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with those smart, wide-ankled
trousers of yours. It's true,
Walk -Overs do wear so long
that this one might outlast your
clothes. Never mind. When
this pair finally does wear out,
you'll buy the Legion again for

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