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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CUNCANMON PREDICTS
DETROIT AS LOCATIONl
OF 6.0,l P. CONVENION

Salinas And Carranza, Mexican Official
Who Played Part In Quelling Revolut

Is DEAN DANA BACK
FROM CONVENTION
ion
Samuel T. Dana, dean of the school
of forestry, returned Sunday from
Washington, D. C., where he repre-
sented the society of American For-
esters at a meeting of the forestry
committee of the National Academy
of Sciences which has been investi-

gating forest research methods. -
The committee was unanimously-of
the opinion that forestry scholarships CO LE E M EN C
should be provided to train the for-
esters. These men would be trained 'ill nd the Packard Rstaurant
in the fundamental sciences of for-
estry. Botany, zoology, and applied g r and better thai ever.
forestry would be emphasized, DeanSt
Dana said. The committee is pre-0ar
praparing a report to be presented to
the National Academy of Science
within a few days.

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NEXT YEAR

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CHICAGO ISELIMINATED
Minneapolis And Cleveland Consider-
ed Possibilities; San Franelsco
Is Out Of Running
Discussing the possible location of
the Republican National Convention
of 1928, Paul M. Cuncannon, of the
political science department, in an
interview yesterday, said: "The three
most logical cities to be considered
for the, convention next year are
Detroit, Cleveland and - Minneapolis,
with Detroit standing fhe best chance
of the three. Philadelphia will no
doubt present its claims, but it is
unlikely that it will be chosen.'
"Before the renunciation of Cool-
idge," Dr. Cuncannon continuel "San
Francisco was favored by many, but
at the present time, it seems hardly
likely that the convention will be
held there. San Francisco would
probably be the most ideal city due
to its climate, its magnificent audi-
torium, and the famous hospitality of
the Calfornians, but it is, likely that
many of the delegates would find
disfavor with the necessity of travel-
ing that far. Furthermore, San
Francisco would prove unfavorable,
as it is only a short distance from
the home of Herbert Hoover.
Centers in Middle West
"The middle west will be the bat-
tleground of the next campaign," said
Dr. Cuncannon, "and it is most likely
that the convention will be held here.
It is a historic custom of the Repub-
licans to chobse Chicago for their
convention, but due to the state of
Illinois politics, they 'will not go
there this time. Cleylanid held a
successful convention 111924 so there
is a possibility that it will be chosen.
Minneapolis is the captal of the farm-
ing districts where there is much dis-
satisfaction. Detroit, on' the other
hand, is making a great bidfor the
convention. It - is 'very accessible
to all parts of .the country and stands
a good chance of getting the conven-
tion."
The Republican National Committee,
consisting of one man and one wo-
man from each state, will make its
decision at their meeting which will
be held in Washington the first week
in December. The National Conven-
tion will be held early in June, 1925.

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Thursday
Only!

'General G. A. Salinas, left, chi i of aviation in miexico, aim captain
Emilion Carranza, the "Lindbergh of Mexico" are- pictured above as they
were snap!ed at El Paso, Texas, just before departing for Mexico City,
where they were called to aid in quelling revolutionary outbreaks in the
southern republic. First word of the dramatic swiftness which marked
the crushing of the revolution was given out Monday and Tuesday. The
two officers above were in El Paso to greet Lindbergh when they were
recalled to the scene of the revolution.

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Earlier Treatment Of Cancer By Radium
Would Cut Death Rate, Dr. Pohle Declares

Commenting upon a recent article3
by Major James F. Coupal, WhiteE
House physician, in which Major Cou-
pal expressed the belief that the mor-
tality rate in cancer cases was ony
the decline because of the develop-
ments in surgery, Roentgen ray and1
radium treatments, Dr., E. A. Pohle,
of the University hospital staff, said:
"A far greater decrease in mortality
due to cancer wouldbe accomplished
if we cou~ld get the cases in an earl-
ier stage of the disease. An educa-
tion of the laity of the importance of
immediate and early action in can-
cer cases would be most beneficial."
Doctor Pohle stated that the Roent-
gen ray and radium. treatment was
used to a great extent at the Uni-
versity hospital in the treatment of
various kinds of cancer. The hospital
has excellent X-ray and Roentgen
ray equipment used in cancer treat-

ment, but the supply of radium is
somewhat lim ited, stated Dr. Preston
M. Mickey, professor of Roentgeno-
logy and head of the X-ray depart- I
ment at the hospital. In the treat-
ment of cases requiring large
amounts of radium, a sufficient quan-
tity of the element has to be rented,
he said.
MAIL ORDER ,SALE
IS NOW STARTED'
Mail order sale for the 1927-28 Ora-
torical lecture series course was be-
gun this week, according to Carl G.
Brand&:, ,financial manager and in-
structor in the department of speech.
Since the announcement of the coin-
plete course the first of this week!
applications for tickets have been
pouring in,. Mr. Brandt stated yes-
terday.

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