'T' -IE MICHIGAN
~~,1927 THE MICHIGAN 1'AGE
ON HEART ACTION
(By Associated Press)
iBERlTTN, June 3-Professor Martin
Mendelsohn, who has occupied the
chair of diseases of the heart in. the
University of Berlin since 1899, has
put forth the theory that the heart is
aot the prime motive power of life, and
that as an organ it plays only a sec-
ondary part. His theory is that the
activity of the cells of the body, in
absorbing and eliminating fluids, con-
stitutes the chief motive power in
forcing the blood through the system.
In support of the theory, Dr. Men-
delsohn calls attention to the fact that
many persons with exceedingly weak
hearts continue to live, although in
these particular cases it is impossible
HUGE DIRIGIBLE IS WRECKED BY TANGLED CABLE
RE N. VAIL MEMORIAL
YD WILL OFFER VAR-
XR LAUDS BRAVERY
es To Be Honored With
and Money Gift for Organ.
Lion of Robbery Posse.
New Shipment of
9x12 and 12x15
Detroit, June 4.-One silver medal 'to believe that thei
the blood through th
with an accompanying award of $250
and five bronze medals have been n 1
awarded to employees of the Michigan New Book
Bell Telephone Company, it is an-/'
iounced by Burch Foraker, the corn- Outline 0
The silver medal and $250 as well as A potential andf
a bronze plaque commemorating the upon thE knowledg
leed which earned them are to be has been given the
awarded by the national committee of college course is
award of the Theodore N. Vail Men- Outlie of Careers,
rial Fund, to Benjamin Franklin publishers, the Geor
-adley, manager of the Hadley Tele- pane
phone company of Hadley, Michigan. How to make du
Commends Winners. into each other. is
Commending the recipients for good has been considere
udgment and resourceful and cour- a bridge to reality b
tgeous action In an emergency, For- career and the life
tker named the others who will re- To accomplish
eive. They are Rudolph A. Hansen, leading personalities
ine foreman, and Harold J. Hous- of every professionc
beck, lineman, of Saginaw, who saved United States have
he life of a man who had been gassed; Outline of Careers"
William T. Frumveller, district fore- eliminate the waste
nan, Port Huron, who saved the life resultant from voc
f a boy who had taken hold of a has already, both'b
ower wire and Reeta Howe, operator, ately after publical
Brand Rapids, dispatched aid to two siderable comment
nien who had been overcome by coal professional and in
as from an oil station heater thereby contributots to the
aving their lives. that education has f
Is Second Such Award. the problem of thei
Hadley's is th'e second silver medal career have analyz
nd cash award and second memorial ments of the latter
laque given in Michigan under the character and qua
Vail memorial plan. A year ago former.
wards of the bronze and silver mnd-
ds were made to Mrs. Josephine L. from the bank, thre
August, operator of the Dowagiac the institution.
Telephone company at Cassopolis, and Organizes
hat company was presented with a A little later he b
ronze plaque Mrs. August, at cqn- the curtains had bE
Iderable danger to herself, aroused bank sohe called
itizens and frustrated attempts of ; notified a hardware
andits to blow up a bank vault arms and ammunit
Five other national awards were hlis own guns organ
nade this year to employees of the forts to notify the
Bell System and connecting telephone direct lines were f
ompanies for outstanding instances thugs had alreadyc
f devotion to duty in the public inter- Hadley then routed
st. One gold medal award was made ral lines and ,thus,
>y the-national committee to Oscar T. through. to the she
coon, a lineman employed by the police.'
aong Lines department of the Ameri- Turning over th
an Telephone and Telegraph Com- Mrs. Hadley who wi
any, for noteworthy service during medal for her shar
he storm disaster in Florida in Sep- robbers, Hadley we
ember of last year. that pursued and f
Through his initiative and courage, They were feorced t
4r.' Hadley was largely responsible a running battle an
or the capture of a band of thugs tried and convicted.
hat robbed the Citizens Bank at Had-
ey of $3,000, January 13, 1926. He Mexico's new ail
ioticed the strangers drive into town Nogales, Ariz., to7
and park their car a short distance 1000 miles long.
1 A x ArY"+ o Y " rA .T sWT Y#5 i /""I //",.Y
r hearts can pump
e and power that
student during his
" according to the
ge H. Doran Corm-
ucation and life fit
the problem that
d; how to create
etween the college
s among the heads
or business in the
combined in "An
in an attempt to
ational misfits. It
efore bnd immedi-
1ion, aroused con-
dustrial men. The
ailed to illuminate
individual and his
zed the requiro-
in relation to the
alifications of the
e of them entering
became aware that'
een drawn in the
a deputy sheriff,
dealer to prepare
ion and, securing
Jized a posse. Ef-
county officers by
utile, because the
cut the circuits.
his calls over ru-
got his message
riff, and the state
he switchboard to
ll receive a bronze
e in locating the
nt with the posse,
ought the bandits.
to surrender after
ad have since been
Nothing is lovelier at any price for a wedding or
commencement gift than an Heirloom Rug.
Priced from $12.00 to $1,080
928 Church Street
Mrs. H. B. Merrick
I Jerked into two parts when its ship at <o TI The w safety before the 200,000j
nloorig cable become entangled inside caught b a? h . j w hlumn gas was lost and the
a rail as it began a flight from Brooks j fell but o naged coe y collapsed.
Field San Antonio, Tex., to Scott Field,
Ill., the U. S. Army dirigible "TC-10- =_--
243" is a complete wreck, although
Major A. H. Strauss and his crew of
five men escaped injury. Top photo -
shows the dirigible in the air.
Below is the wreckage of the big
Stop Publication Of=s b I -estp t
Northwestern Book WaY
Or WreSi cni er ihCLm by-
The Purple Parrot, Northwestern's
humor publication, has been tempor-0=
arily suppressed as a result of its F. H. T
take-off on the Syllabus, the annual 107 S0. MAIN 1112 SO. UNIVERSITY
year book. ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Northwestern tradition has it that
the Syllabus cover shall remain a se-,
cret until the day of distribution. But
I We will store your Typewriter at a very small cost
2 We will put your machine in order while you are away.
3 Make you a fine allowance for your old machine to-
wards a portable which you can easily carry.
RIDER'S TYPEWRITER SHOP
VS State Street
the Purple Parrot, in its final issue,
played up a reproduction of the Sylla-
bus cover up so flagrantly according to
authorities that sales were stopped al-
most immediately, after the appear-
ance of the first few copies.
Fears were expressed ,by the maga-
zine editor that advertisers would not
lbe compelled to pay and a huge deficit
would result if the publication did not
come out according to schedule. How-
ever, the issue will be held up until
the board of publications acts at a
kouth Africa has a new "precious
Iway system from
Tepic, Nayarit, is
There are only a few in the
United States like this high
grade works, and none other
Oriental Rugs washed
Original colors are restored.
Pure Soaps - Rugs Repaired
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
or your neighbor.
A EUROPEAN VACATI
In co-operation with European academic o
tional Student Federation of America is arrangi
to control the diamond
rganizations, the Na- 1
ng sunimer vacations
Long Distance Is Pro fitabe
to this Plumbing Fixture Manufacturer
A. HARVEYs SONS'MlFG:CO.
, 1. 0. . unogeford.
' iohigan Boll roephane O0..
2866 Gass kvemne.
2 believe that it records ere aveilebhle
ook ter enough, you wol .d that our oon.p.np was one of
youfProtensri erawheonyon began operation in Michigan
about fiftyyeas o0.
That our connection with your oompanp of
the pat sad of the present has been profitable to evidenced
bsth ftet that car tr'tak lines have, Increased, fifteen fold
ainag the day of turning thei rAnk in order to talk.
A great deal of our businee comes Prom,
throughout the state, sad it t aamst nedless to say that
we use long distance service continuously.
V. a1ow that the Michigan Bell Telephone
'ompany is doing all in its power to keep pace with the
sta1 growth of our city and state.
With kindest regards, we are
Yours viy truly,
E & I
MR. TITUS will be at
Room 304, -lich. Union
Monday, June 6th.
in Europe for Americn students.
They are not mere sightseeing jaunts. In each country social
and material arrangements are in the hands of student organizations
whose members are receiving the Americans as guests.
Each itinerqry includes five days in an International Student
Center at Geneva. Throughout the stay in each ebuntry a student
of the country travels with the group as guide and lst.
Each party is limited to fourteen uen, including a qualified
leader. Me-/bership comprises students and a few graduates who
are not more than three years out.
Prices are comprehensive. They are computed on the basis of
actual travel costs plus moderate administration fees.
There are still places in the following tours which average
between eleven and twelve weeks round trip:
Tour I. The United Kingdom with France and Holland; Ireland,
England, Scotland, Holland, Geneva, Paris, Nornandy.
II. France with Belgium, Geneva, and German Switzerland.
III. Germany with Austria, France and Geneva.
VI. Italy, Feily and Sardinia with France, and German' Switz-
IX. The Danube: Germany, Austria, Hungary, Jugo-Slavia,
Rumania, Turkey, Bulgaria, with Italy, Geneva, Paris.
X. Central Europe: Germany, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary,
For sailing dates, prices, detailed itineraries, personnel of par-
ties, and conditions of membership, address:
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Take a Kodak wvith you
You may have typical "fisherman's luck" on the
Spring's first fishing trip, but you won't mind that
when you see the pictures you made with your Kodak.
We'll help you select a Kodak and
show you how it works- drop in.
froan 10-4 to interview
*Ffeniors who desire per.
manaent connection at
straight salary in connec-
tion with our tabulating
machine and time recording
Jutographic Kodaks $5 up
THE TRAVEL COMMITTEE
The National Student Federation of America
2 West 46th Street, New York
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