THE MTCHTCAN DAILY
THF MICHIGAN DAILY TPE~DAY. OCTOBER 13. 1925
OVERWORK AND FATIGUE LESSENS
APPROPIN To RESISTENGE TO 17VFECTIOUIS ILLS
[9 0 H 0R Dr.Forsythe t 1so Says CrolJOFtigue as physical tr aining, ay increase the1
Al [N S Y Y T04, 4, to Icrea~s: Alty t sistnetocrai necin Z
Plus Is nventory WoeState to cmu htteecnls shl
Discover for What Purpose Soi1 Overwork and fatigue ae vry apt trueldhnwppried tothenn A rbo. f
Is Best Fitted Ito increase one's liability to infectious cld nwretei cnditionrisA penc
diseases, according to Dr. Warren E.lesialso liartdcoiinism h
Tjj~~ B D~N Frsyhedixetorof he ~eath ess lable to colds than is one whof
____vice. Is statement substantiates the is fatigued or exhausted.1
Funds secured from the State Leg- I report in the Journal o the American
isatrein194 il eabieth eon ?Medical association to the effect that RESEARCH FINTDS
isaue n124wl nal heeo7fatigue lowers resistence to infection. r (,FAI~L 'T
omic land survey to further its work Doctor Foryth ponte ot, ow-I OFJ
In 1926, at which time it will be ne8- 9evr, that chroic fatigue in the fromnI 1A STE PRD ICT
cessary to ask for another appropria-H of vigorous training tended to increase1
tion, The purpose of the survey, the resistance. It is the acute fatigue
which is the only one of its kind in i n the formi of physical exhaustion De to the activities of the en gin -
the' United States, is to inventoryf that makes a person anl easy victim ca~ing research deartment, another
practically the whole state, with the Ito this type of disease. Experiments I Wst lproduct has been adapted to
" plan of discovering for what purposel on rabbits at Harvard showed those, useful service. In the lirouction ol
every ind of soil- is best fitted. Ethat had been subjected to sudden ov- ca-u cd hc stepiep.
The idea of the survey was first erwork to have been'- easily infeclid contituent of the electrical insulta--
put into execution in 1922, when sev-f with the injections of pneumococci, ting material bakelte, thate remains~
eral members of the Academy of S- while the anima s that had been work-I a waste liquor containing Ithi:s same
e.nee met with men from thie state ed systematically showed a resistance= acid, sdtum sulphate and sodium cx-
department of aricuzlture, the conzser- vastly greater .than is shown by rab- I bonate. Last sp ing the town of ain-
yation department, Michigan State col- 'bits under nornmal cnsditiglns. A set eville, Ohio, prohibited the ]saaelit e
lege, and the University of Michigan. of experiments made at Johns Hop- company from emptying this residu
For the first year, through the efforts 'kins seemed to disprove part of these i nto the river flowing through the
of J. A. Doelle, of the :state agricul- conclusions, but Doctor Forsythe does ' Community.
tursl commission, funds were secured not believe thtat the proper distinction After this, the concern appeaed to
to start the work. The first county was made between sudden and chronic; the research department here, test;
surveyed was Charlevoix. i fatigue. Hle agrees with the general 'were made, and an evaporator was
Prof. L. J. Young of the forestry belief that sudden -overwork is detri- adapted to separating the waste eon-
department, who took an active inter-$ mental, while continuous strain, such stituents. As a resul;thty yield of
est in the work said, "the survey aims!-
to, get a complete inventory of the ,_1,IIIti ll litX11 tlh lllljtithji.H2itIIII1"ll~ilIIlIgIIIIIIIi ;I1111llitllN=
land resources and general economic C
conditions in every county it covers." = Frog, C ik n ald Steak Dinner
The basis of the plan is a series of~C ik n ~ AL1ll1
maps showing: the types of soil andSevda_
where located, the topography of the I evda
county, the present condition of the T$ r
soil from the standpoint of use and B3O U LEVARD 1INNT
owynership, timber land, waste areas,-
rass. lands, abandoned farms, water-! bok fo=ct"usln o acsnRod
1=Two bok rmct u ieo ako od
power sources, game covers, suitable I from noon till minigt.-
sites for summer resorts-in short I
the survey is the complete inventory ~ Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.-
of the state from all possible econ- il11111111lil11111111Il""IukltlItii'lkflItl1111111=
pm e a g e , a d t e r s l s h nthe survey is com pleted, will be the -
basis for the state conservation pol- CAMERAS CAMERA SUIPPLIS
rAn illustration -of the conditions=
that exist in parts of the state is O
Mhown by the report of thie survey FO
that in one county but seven per cent
of the land was owned by residents,
the rest being in the hands of the -i1 ls
stato and banks. Some sections of
land are not suited for farming, andii I
the man who settles in that sort of 1 ev lp-
~territory finds hie has a farm that is an
barren, and in many cases the land is!l- Cameras, n
evptually taken over by the banks!
,who hold mortgages, or by the state
~because of the non-payment of taxes.Ca e a S p l s
The survey shows that while some
tans is entirely useless for farming, it!Gf CAqaitdWl
mnay be utili2ed for forestration, resort I e Acui /d19il
sTes"adgnmcvr:O N h program, has been gaining sup- L41INIJN NJI1I7AN
fort since its beginning in 1922, and
Ut is thought that within a few years 719 North University Ave.
the survey will have been completed. Phone 451 4
TIhe results will be more resident
vlwners of land, greater productive-
ness of farms, and a general imrprove- - IM FILM1 DEVELOPINGi
mrent in the economic conditions of
the state. -- --
carbolic acid1 is made nearly perfect,
andi more than 50 tons of sodium sul-
phiate are salvaged daily. The latter!
is subsequently used( in the produc-I
tion of paer and glass.r
Th-le work at the University was ex- j
edtited under101the direction of Prof.I
W. L. Badger of the chemical engin-1
eering research depa rtmenit
PARIS, Oct. 12.-- A considerable1
portion of the lime of Premier Pain-
leve's ministers this week is expected
to be taken up b~y an examination into
Finance Minister Caillaux's statement
regarding his recent debt funding ne-
gotiations in Washington.
Little investment-big retun s, Thq
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