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PA:09 TWO 1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE TWO 1 WEDNESDAY APRIL 21, 1926

WOPWAMONOW"

D KPEYON OUS may. Isolate Gerin
TOI LEUTURE HERE
AMciilwrOf 01Rockefellerinstitute F~or
%; i al Re e el t i 13 Glue
IS LAST O N SERIES ~~
As the final lecturer on tine course' r: .x;, .."
presentedi by Alpha Omega Alpha, la-
tional honorary medical fraternity, Dr. i
P'eyton R~ous of the Rockefeller Insti-
tute for Medical Research, will speak ,I
Thursday, May 6, on "Reaction of the
Tissues Under Normal and Patholog )
ical Conditions."# L
Dr. Peyton was an instructor in f
pathology here from 1906 to 1908 afterE
receiving his medical degree from
Johns Hjopkins university in 1905. In 1 0 e b c m n a ss a ti ah
ology and bacteriology at the Rock-
efeller institute and the following year >z'
was made associate, a position
he held two years. In 1912 he
was advanced to an associate membier1
and in 1920 he became a full member i'
andl has remained in that capacityI x Y
since. - -
Dr. Peyton is a fellow of the Amer-
lean Association for the Advancement
of Science, a member of the Associa- European bacteriologists ainvs-i
tion of American Physicians, the So- tigating claim made by D~r. JosE e cm
ciety for Experimental Pathology, the maker of Berlin that he hais succ(eed-
NwYrPahlgsoitteS-einioaigteckebailsITciety for Experimental Biology and report is true, a dependable treat ment
Medicine, Phi Beta 'Kappa, and Alpha may be expected soon, doctors say.
Omega Alpha.
Ilie has made a large number of con-
tributions to medical journals on sucM ~~ E E
subjects as researches on the bloodME SCHIOL I
cancer, and other bacteriological and n rE T p t o o i a t p c . HEs h o T T rR fnD N 9meit r of t e o rn l of E pe i e n anB 6
Medicine. 1- L

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ANNOUNCES HIS
FIla O DiliOO
OPENING AT
Lake o s a ilin
Whitmore Lake

Museum Receives
Philippine Curios
More than 200 specimens of present
dlay P'hilippine curios have been re-
ce'ived by the museum of anthropology
from Mrs. Marie Morse, of Madison,
Wis. This collection, which contains'
weapons, clothing, baskets, ornaments,
Wim tomns, and implements, is a loan to
1 lhe University.
AUTO PARTS
For All Makes a3 Cars.
TIRES FOR SALE.j
JUNK CARS BOUGHT
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NEVER before has there been siuch a
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56-day "a-expense" tour to England, Hiol-
land. (Belgium andi~r'rance at a cost of only
ten dollars a dayl
Instead of just anordinaryvacation at the
mountains or sea-shore this summer, why
riot join our congenial party of college stu-
dents, instructors. alumni and their friends3
whowiitour Europe? Weelysailings from
Montreal, on Canadian Pacific steamship i.
Free side trip (via Toronto) to Niagara
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romantic Montreal and picturesqueQuebec.
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of thee Canadian Pacific. An American col-
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dock games. sports, dramatics. Two-day
voyage down the beautiful St. Lawrence.
Only four days open sea to Europe.
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English castles, the Shaikespeare county, rural
E gland,0Ocford University. Fourdaysin London.
Viit the Hague, Amsterdam and Schevenlogemi
iii olland; Brussels Bruges. Zeebrugge, Oattded
and other points in Segi im. By train through
that battlef ids to Paris. where wo spend a week.
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Rgg Ample time for individual siglit-tee-
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week in the three types of courses of--
fered.
Lectures and quiz sectio:en were held
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