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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14,- 1928

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been madeC in reporting the dliscovcry, BU L T NP ITDMto ac sB s=snetepoes spbihdwss 1
-ithat in the case of hardening of the "Library Notes," the official publi- I ' -
Professor at Hospital Says Ilrocess of arteries, phenol might beiusedto kll cation of the University of Michigan 'F= MVE.
Artery-brrushing Is Not Passibl the nerve fibers controlling the Cali- genc al library has made its firste
her o1f the passages. These nerves pearance of thecurn semester. Th
Tha th sttemnt adethrugha :ordinarily cause the arteries to con- bulletin is in the form of a four-page
Ths. batue st eemardeirogh a (tract, andi if destroyed, would result pamphlet published monthly through --
new process of artery-brushing to in dilatation of the same and wvould Ithe office of W. W. Bishop, librarian
bring about rejuvenation had either permiit I ho flow of a maximum amounti The first edition contains personal
been confused by the correspondent or of blood. This state would then only not"s and news of interest to the staffT m'a n d
else was without truth, was the opin- be temporary of the library. There is a message_
ion of Dr. Louis H. Newburgh, pro-, Other members of the hospital staff from Mr. Bishop in which be expresses
fessor of clinical investigation in the' and of the medical school faculty were' his pleasure in the opening of the De-
department of internal medicine at the of the (same mind in regard to the p'artment of Library science in the
University, expressed in an interview Viennesec discovery. University.)
yesterday. The article in questionT oaI
concerned a Vienna physician, Dr.ey°
von Cemes Nagy, who had announced {
a new rejuvenation process, perform-, :
ed by brushing out the -main arteries -=
with a solution of phenol. By this
system all nervous contraction ofte e a t r e wa av i e an fr e =°B su p y g a cl h s'b i g s r i e
circulation of the blood assured. Dr.-v splyn acote byngsrvc
2adta2heewsn that men want._
Newburgh si ht hrsasn
means possible of brushing the ar- - -
teries without opening there, and, if !,
the latter course were resorted to,- !=A~T~\T"T
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