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WILSIEPHN
* INSTRUQTION HERE
Bell C'omipaniy To lrain Subscribers
il Use of New Sytem
for Ann Arbor
USE IALS IN MAY
Educational measures for training'
subicribers' in the° use of the newv
automnatic dial telephones which are
to be put in use in Ann Arbor have
been begun by the local branch of
the Michigan ell Telephone com-
pany.
A flying squadron of 45 experts ar-
N ived here from Detroit yesterday,
_and plan to be in the city about a
month, during which time each sub-
scriber will be visited and instructed
in the use of the automatic-switching
?pone.
a; Demonstrations on model circuits
d arc being held at the telephone cor-
ipany's office on East Washington
i street and in a building at State and
31 liast Liberty streets, both of which
k ;are open to the public. PFamphlets
containing detailed infrmation re-
yarding the operation of the new
~hones #re also being mailed to the'
4 tsubscribers.
Comipany officials desire to warn
tsubscribers not to make ,use of the
{f j ials on the new instruments untilj
;p Mle cutover to the new system hasJ
T 'been made, as tamavering with this1
?niehanism might esult in injury toI
;th onewunichewodials w ereutinto
'tevpho nl whe ial wldnot bit-
Tenew sstemi will probably be
1 !put in us'e the first part of next month.
"The mortality among students
frow atoniobll s.is greater than thel
mortalty 'frlzn dsease"D. John
Sucl ll> ofi the heath., service de-
elated}= yesten[day . Dting the past
yeair f u 'stutlaiats of the:University
of Michigan were killed by automo-
bies. More than seventy-six thous-
and accidental deaths is the astound-,
tug' bill changed against America du-
ing the year 1923. More people- dlied
from preventable injuries than from
typhoid fever~ scarlet fever; measles
and wlboopiig cough combined.' We
must interest ouwreves as much: in the
prevention of accidents as in the pre-
ventloa Gt* illness."
KlAutomoble ac'dents are among
the ohlef causes' of death from injury,{
and theyi ae increasing tremendous-
ly," "Dr.Sundwall continud. -"Mre
than &-,000 ieople- in theUnt'd States
were YtIlled' by auitoimobiles during the
year 1923. Tis Was 30 more than
in~ 1920: The 1924 estimates of deaths
from automobiles, based on figures
now availablefrom fifty of the largest
cities, indicates ' a fosiderable in-
crease over 1923. In, other words,

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daily by automobiles.
"That 'insane attempt to beat, the
train to tlhe cr3ssing; fast driving, es3-
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warning, are the chief causes of ato-
mobile accidents," Dr. Sundwall con-
cluded. "Let us make our Safety
Week' produce a 'Safety Fear'; other-
wise there will probably be from four
to six stpdents of the University kiild
by automobiles during the school year

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Leaving New York on the popular
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