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PAGE TWO

TFW MICHIGAN DAILY

SITNI)AY, APRIL 5, 192~

OFFER PATHOLOGY
SUMMER COURSE~
ifl4hi4Je (,e;iei'&iI La lwral orv Work foi'
Ileilkal I liderguad ua~ es and
WARTHIN DIREC'1 SWORK
{Jil(IOi lit' dirt'('i ion ol Pro!essors
A. S. \VarI Iii n and ( . V. Weller, six
OO111'505 111 ~51 1 liology Will be (111020(1
in I he Mccl ic-i I school during lie
Suinnier Sessioti,
General laboratory u orh in pat liol~
ogy ~vill lie Ollere(t Iii ijied al UIl 001'-
graduates and dental i-iedents. Path-
ologic st a Los :intt ~i ~ I05(V >
ara ions cI en iis~ ra ~inr; lii mu 'A iii lie
5tU(lled, in"Ju(li]i-; a hinra uilit.ies oi.
tie vol 01)1 1. ut.
A special eon ma' a ir: I l~sio~, joe 1
technhi no . will also I e~ c i'fer ed t over-
ing the ('ilti Fe Iitil(I (~i tiM 111% lsi i'd on-
111j2, eflibeddi~ g, at tilig alul 5tH 111mg
of materials for diagn osis. The I eeL-
111(1110 of rapi(l diegnoal cc in etliod S WIll
be iiiClU(lOd, lie con eso being design -
ed loi' gra(laate st udont s, grad u: I es
in medicine, and those who ha ye he d
the regular courses ill ii iiutergre itue to
pathology.
Elective COiil'505 irk special 1W 1 Icol-
ogy will be offered lo 1 iost grad ilete
students, xvii h study in the special
pathology of ally syst em of organs.
Speeial pat] oitigy ici I lie iI1IC('t 10115
diseases will be otfered o post gradu--
ate and a(lva need st udeiu Is intere~ited
in pn bile her Ith work. The course
will include I ochnical methods noces--
sary foi the tleni on steal 11111 of patho-
genic organisms in the tissues, ailti
11.-a stn(iy of the tissue changes pro-
duced hy the parasites. Modifications
O~ tli C couise to Iiieet 1110 nee(ls 1)1
those interested in vet erinary path-
ology will lie nude.
Elective gratuat e work will also be
oltored ill I lie siieeia I PHI hology ol
neoI)lasnis.

Paish's Statements Verified
y French Crisis Says hayden
ill (ci it I lIt jIt sent gOVt 1 fl iiieiit tat is, ~uid I In
Ireji cli iroi-ti heal ii iii- 11) 1 lie H cute llresent (fl'15i5 111(1 icates it will, it ~vill
pol I tel HInt fine neja ('i-isis 1(151. lIe (1110 largely to the financial issue.
While in France last year, Prof. hay-
c~ fOIr 111 ii) (1 urea h inn icoilit ~ii France uleti said that he ol)501'Ved the finan-
>iel'Vo:; 11) Verily 211 it iii ake 111011, Hal- cuil conditions of the French govern-
4cc :-irl elnenis iaa-le by Sir (ieor'e
'a Isli , net mont to l)e at a low ebb, although
ott Ii nt i sit' Ititertiatiotial ~ many indviiduals had profited hy the
Ice Iie~al expert, when let-turing ht'i ( y~ ai "witinfn the past year the ceo-
VOte' all v oh et-Ononlic and financial i101111( anti financial conditions of
toic'lit ~U115 in Europe, pa i-i icole rily ii nco have beeomo worse," said
Vre icco, in be (lIhit ion of Prol. Joseph 1i ot Hay(lon.
11. I I ryden, of the Political ~cience
(1(1511 titietit . Sir Ceorge said that 1' r -moe now has a new finance mm-
i-'i~itioe might 1)0 eXpected to go into ister, Anatole do Monzio since M.
financial toiikriiptt-y ai any moment Cle~nentcl xvas forced to resign. In-
ii ~ii'e5eit {*ondjt ions in finances are dications are that finances are badly
1101 FOlIethiCtI. neede(t. A measure is expected to be

ESSAYS IN ORATflRICLL Summer Session
Issues Bulletin
~ ONIEST II lIE IIIMODfIO~i 'l'hie tliir(l '-On. ( el l)'iltet iii ot the
benig
Candidates Iti reI)rosCnt Mi(l1i~An ~ ( d for tile Summer ciOSSloli, Was iSS 11 -
the National Oratorical contest iliust ott yost orday. This bulletin describes
submit their written orations to Prof. the methotis anti (lelilonsI ration cotirs-
T. C. Trueblood, hea(1 of the public es which will lie offered liv the School
speaking department, torn Oii-0 w. Man-
of Education during the sit mawr I cnn.
uscripts must not exceed I ,8(}t) words A general bulletin till 1 lie S('liot)l of
and are to be based on some phase oi i~lucation, (111(1 anol her describing
the following subjects: the i elation Of courses in Greek, Latin, archaeology,
Washington, hamilton, Jefferson, Mad
ison, Webster, or Lincoln to the Con- p philology and phonetics
stitution. were issued. Three others are being
prepared anti will 1)0 issued early
The essay selected on the ilasis of this week.
thought and composition will be sent I3ulletins may be obtained at tile
to the contest manager in Washing- offices of the Suinnvar session and
ton. From the manuscripts repro- of the various schools and (-olleges,
senting states in the central district, -_______________________
in which Michigan is included, seven ~ nri A r,,'i 1 A --),.,.1

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'IL elements lilade hiy Sir George ro-
g: ~~d lug France's unstable financial
t-tind ilitilis H 10 Undoubtedly verified by
I lie pro-ion t crisis in France,'' said
I 'tail.. Ia vdet . "The liohtical (i'i5i5 ~5
gro-ix ing out ot I lie acute financial
a e:ls :c ad lb,- varying proposals of
tllti'0 elli gi' (mills fer scouring finances.
I 'tie ot isis ~s in ade tnore complicated
I e' 51 rile ovt'r religious issues.''
I i-nj. lie ydcn believes that if 1110

proposed next Tuesday to levy 10 per
cent on capital, payable over ~x*n
years. This measure, it is estimated,
would yield 100,OOOOO0,000 francs. A
liroliosal tp increase the circulation
of paper money through the Bank of
France is being considered. Social-
isIs, who make up almost half the
goverilinent's majority, have served
notice on M. hierriot that unless he
includes a capital levy in his plan

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room in the house.
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will 1)0 selected to compete in the
district finals, May 22, at Chicago.
The renresentative selected from the
district elimination will thereby qual-
ify to compete in the national finals
at h~s Angeles.

'.A~ V~tL*SA~t, £XjJA LL ZC1 I ~ZkJLIkt1I~I,~
plans to Ol)P05~ excessive diversion of
hake water by the Chicago Sanitary
district xvore mapped out here yester-
day.
London, April 4.- British and French
treasury experts yesterday began a I
consideration 01' the quest iou of inter-

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