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SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1926

THE MICHIG~AN FDAILY

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Spent Months
Toi Pole Over

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loentgen Pay Organ izatlion, meeting
In 'Detroit, Will Spend Wednesday
In Ann Arbor
LITTLE WILL LECTURE
For the second time since the for-
ral opening of the new University
hospital, a medical organization of na-
tional importance will hold a meeting
in Apin Arbor, when the 'American.
Roentgen Ray society convenes here
on Wednesday afternoon. More than
200 radiologists from all parts of the
country are expected to attend the
sessions of the convention, which will
be held all week at the Book-Cadillac
hotel. The side trip to Ann Arbor will
constitute a regular meeting.
The program for the day here has
been; arranged by Preston M. Hickey,
professor of roentgenology at the hos-
pltal' and it will include visits to the
physics department, demonstrations
in radiation research, and lectures by
_pronjinent members. A luncheon will
be served to the doctors at the hos-
pital ,:and to their wives and friends
at thte Barton Hills country club, ac-
cordi~g to present plans.
Thp program which has been ar-
ra.ngd is as follows: "The Occur -
rie of Structural Abnormalities
Among the Descendants of X-Rayed
Mc (exhibit of specimens), Press-.
(lent n~arence Cook Little; "Renal
Cases~ Illustrating the Value of
Obliq~e and Lateral Roentgenog-
raphy", Dr. Hugh Cabot; "Report of
a Case of Brain .Abscess Localizable
Only Eby Ventriculography", Dr. Max
M. P t, of the surgery department;
"Deni~nstration of a Recording Roent-
gen Ilosimeter",. Dr. E. A. Pohle, of the
roentgenology department; "Compar-
ison of Information Gained by Roent-
genographic, Cardiographic, and Phys-
ical Examinations, in. Diseases. of the'
H-earts and Aorta", Dir.. k. N. Wilson,'
of the internal medicine department;
"A IRport Analyzing the Results of
the Questionnaire sent out to Radiol-
ogistW', Preston M. Hick ey..
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The map above shows, upper loft, the route taken by the late Admiral
Peary in his successful trip to the North Pole in 1909 by (log sled, a trip
that" took him month1s. Lieutenant-Commander Byrd and Capt. Roalg Am-
undse n, in their recent aerial trips to the luring spot, flew from Spitz-
bergen, a point much farther from the top of the world, and made the trip
in a few hours. F

The visit to the physics laboratories
will be made in the morning directly
upon the arrival of the doctors, and
it will be in charge of Prof. Harrison
M. Randall, the director. Prof. Neil
H. Williams will conduct an experi-
ment concerning the making of elec-
trons audible. Afterwards the partyI
will inspect the X-ray department 'of
the University hospital,.
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