FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1927
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'WILL BE HELD T;ODAY
Ann Arbor TeamiIo Is Anang 1 Left
4n ComIlietil i(iO ; Will 1Meet att.
C!cmeiis In Third Roundi
Continuing the elimniation process
to determine the State champion high
school debating team, seven debates
will be held this afternoon and even-
ing in the third round series. Caro
and Plymouth have already debated.
dut to inability to schedule their con-
test on the regularly appointed date,
and Plymouth by virtue of its victory
is now in the fourth series.
Ann Arbor high school is among
the schools still in the race, and will
have the affirmative side of.the ques-
tion in its debate today with Mt.
Clemens. The debate will be held at
Mt. Clemens and the subject for dis-
cussion, as in all the other contests,
will be: "Resolved, That the govern-
ment should own the coal mines."
After the debates today there will
be only two more elimination series
before the final contest for the cham-
McGILL.-Thiee members of the
debating team are to be sent to Eng-
land this summer.
FUNDS FOR NEW TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL WOULD NOT
COME UNDER UNIVERSITY APPROPRIATIONS - DR. HAYNES
Considerable misunderstanding has
prevailed concerning the recent agita-
tion for a new tuberculosis sanitor-
um, but in the opinion of Dr. Harley
A. Haynes, director of the University
hospital, the issue is not yet clear tol
the majority of those who have been
following it. This misunderstanding,
has been founded, he claims, In the
confusion of regular University ap-
propriations from the legislature with
those made by that body for state
purposes only. This situation has in
turn been aggravated by a. certain
political element which has been trad-
ing on the public confusion, he stated.
"If an individual who was afflicted
with tuberculosis and who came to
the state for aid were to make the,
decision as to where he would pre-,
fer to be treated, it would be only
logical for him to choose Ann Arbor,"
said Dr. Haynes. "The added facilities'
for the treatment in the person of
specialists in all lines, and in the of-
fice of the University hospital are the
factors which would be considered in
the making of such a decision. But
this viewpoint has been largely over-
looked in the .scramble for -the ap-
propriation among the various polit-
The authorities here have offered a
site which would be favorable for
such a structure and they have ex-
plained the various advantages which
would be derived from such a move,
but have gone no further. The' posi-
tion of the officials of the University
is one of waiting for developments,,
rather than of taking a pushing in-
terest in the project, according to
both Dr. Haynes and Dean Hugh
Cabot of the Medical school.}
"Experts on institutional planning
who were called to Lansing by Gov-
ernor Green to confer on the various
measures proposed warned the legis-
lature that it would be unwise to at-
tempt any institutions at all until
a ten-year program had been drawn
up. They were of the opinion that
various small buildings for the treat-
ment of tuberculosis would be more,
advaintageous than one large hospital,
due to the personal contact which is
so necessry to the workings with the
disease. An ideal plan which was
Gilberts Page & Shaw
302 S. State St.
made with our special blend
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suggested by the planners would en-;
tail the rehabilitation of the institu-
tion at Howell, which is now in a de-
crepit state; the tounding of a re-
search laboratory and hospital at Ann
Arbor, and possibly the construction
of another tubrecular plant in the
northern part of the state. Since
this stand received the approbation of
the health commissioners and the
governor, it is thought here that
some such arrangement will be forth-i
coming when the appropriation bills
are finally straightened out. In the
latter event, the Ann Arbor plant
would be for the diagnosis and teart-
ment of difficult <,ses while the oth-
ers would be for ?onvalesenee," said
Dr. Haynes objected particularly to!
the idea now prevalent that any tub-
[ercular hospital or sanitorium built Ideuce, amounting to $350,000, and the
in Ann Arbor would be a part of the $25,000 request for a special venereal
educatiolplantoftheUnirsity*disease unit would properly come
educational plant of the University,|under the latter heading," he stated.
and said that the public had connected
such a move with the appropriation
which is now being asked from the Dean John R. Effinger of the liter-
legislature for buildings and improve- ary college, is in receipt of a 70 page
ments. He pointed out the line which bulletin from the United States De-
should exist between the education- partment of Agriculture which was
al facilities and the Satte utilities. written by Prof. Carl D. La Rue of
"The money being asked to add two the botany department, he announced
stories to the Couzens Nureses resi- yesterday.
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