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PRI~kY, MAY 7, 1926
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HEALTH AUTHRIT
W ILL SPl HR
Sir Arthur Newshiolme Will D)iscussc
Phases Of Public Hygiene In 1
Lectures Next Week
'WAS OXFORD PROFESSOR
Sir Arthur Newsholmfe of London,
recognized as one of the 'leaders in1
the field of public health and an au-t
thority on problems concerning it, will
give a series of three ;nctures begin-
ning Wednesday, M1ta 12, and will
continue his speeches 'on Thursday
and Irriday.
As head of the Great Britain health
service for many years, Sir Arthur
gained a reputation for himself for his
Vork in conducting health campaigns.
lie is also noted as an authority on
national health -insurance. It is like-~
ly that he will consider this subject
in one of his three talks here.
He has written a _large number on
books on public. health topics, the
most -recent, of, which is ."The Min-
istry of Health in Great Britain." He
is also the author of many articles ap-
pearing in English and American
medical journals.,
Sir Arthur graduated from the med-
ical school at University college,, Lon-
don, in 1880. He has been a lecturer
on public health at both Oxford ahd
Cambridge universities. and was made
a fellow of the Royal college in 1898.
From 1922 to 1923 he was in this
country as a visiting professor at
the J"ohns Hopkins school of hygiene.
The subjects to be treated in thej
lectures here have been announced as
"The Limitations of'Liberty as Relat-I
ed to Communal Life," "The Growth~
of Social Insurance in Britain," and
"The History of the Growth of the
]Preventive Idea in Medicine."
Medical Equipment
-Will Costh$8,00
Special equipment, to exceed $8,000
is 3cost, is under construction by the
Buildings and ?Grounds department
for use in the new University hospital
-ald Medical building. At present
storage bins, benches, and shelving
for the bacteriology department are
being made."
CLEVELANtA--ipp~roximuatelY 70,-
000 persons attended the third annual
sprIing festival of the Metropolitan,
Opera tQompany.
AT TUE TRE ATE Rs
Today-S C reel
IArcade-"Wings of Gold," with
Viola Dana'.
Majestic-"The Girl from Mont-
martre," with Barbara La
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Uipson Tells Uises, l of efficiency in this division asco-
pared to the free balloon. Although
Scientific Phases-I this type of aircraft has not been able
. do miuchl by itself, it is a very im-
f , P llinn ortant auxiliary to the industry," he
______continued.
Another important use of the bal-f
Explanzations of the various phases Loon, as 'explained by the aeronautical 1i
of the sport, science, and uises of free expert is in its training of individuals c
ballooning were given by Ralph Up- in acquainting themselves with the!i
son, chief engineer of the Aircraft De- air,."It is especially convenient fort-
velopment company of Detroit, in a1 this purpose because the b~alloon -has .
recent address before members of the only two controls, regulation of gas
aeronautical society. and ballast, compared to the intricater
The most important use of the free anid complicated control of other air-
balloon is in its direct contact withcrf.
the' science of meteorology, accord1-I
ing to Upson. "Planes and other air-- For every article ror sale, there isj
craft reach only a small percentage a b uyer.' Reach him ttin 'Ciassitfedsi.!
" flationaJ Institderion T ram OOst to 007st
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Rema n ;to an announcement made yesterday1
Posiionsby William Warrick, Jr., '27, Varsity
On Cheering Squad l __________.
Frehme W~dc~p~ o ty * WASHINGTON.-Inland waterways
Fresmen ho esir totry ut are carrying more profitable freight
for pliaces on the Va rsity cheaering a mite than the class 1 railroads,
squadi are requested to report at4 army engineers reported today.
o'clock any afternocn in front of the,

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