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THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

PORTS SHOW'
IND DISEASE

FARM HEAD WILL
SEED NOMINATION

That: mental disease, feeble-minded-
M~ess, and epilepsy are on the increase
wsrecently shown by a report sent
out by the D~epartnment of Comm erce
from Washington. Reports from 30
state., showved the first fact, and thirty-
Esix state, sent in reports from their
state institutions on the second and
third matters.
Complete returns from thirty states,
coveriiig 10i5 hospitals out of a total
of 165 state hospf#tals for mnental dis-'
(,ase, gave a total of 36,936 first ad-
muissions during the year 1926, an
increase of 7.5 per cent over the numi-
ber. in1922. Thirty-six states sent in
reports on th'ie first admissions to hlon-
pitals and institutions caring for
feeble-minwledness and epilepsy. The
;Ii- ty suchi institutions showed a total
of '7,203 frs) admissions during 192G,.
,an increa ,e: of 8.6; per cent over that
of 192 2.
Five institutions caring for mental.
diseases in the state of Michigan re-
po0rted. - In these, there were 1313 in
1926 a, compared with 123; in 1922.
The ilnmber per hundred thousand of
population decreased, however, from
31.5 in 1922 to 29.9in 1920.
7The wnmber of first admissions in
the two state institutions for feeble-
minded and epileptics decreased from
i~~in 1922 to 533 in 1926. .This was
als o a derease, per hundredl thousand
of popul tion, of 16.8 in' 1922 to 12:1 in
1 926.
ROUiND BY ROUND
(Continued from Page One)
for no count. Taking courage, Tunney
flew at' Demipsey, railing him with
both, hands to the chin and the former
champion bounded out of the ropes.
B3otih tired.
Round Nine-Tunney's retreating
tactics drew boos. Bath had slowed
uip, Tunney held Jack off, but Jack
bore in. Gene's right opened a cut over
IOenipsey's right eye. The champion
went after the wound fiercely. Demp-
sey was wobbly, but as he cocked his
righlt, Gene ran away at th-e bell.
Round Ten-They shook hands in
'the center of the ring. Jack floored
Tuniney without a count, with a left
and right to the ch'in. Jack's right
rmashed into Gne's head. Jack whaled
with both hands, but Tunney tied him
'up. Tuni~ey whipped a left and right
hook to the face. Gene ripped both,
hands to the head. While Demipsey ap-
poared to tire, Gene laid him on the
roe. Dempsey dug but Gene coun-
tered. Badly staggered, Dempsey wab-
bled about at the bell.

NAVAL AVIATION GRADUATES GIVEN I
PRAISE BY GOVERNMENT OFFICERS1
The eight students graduated from J. Wickes, '29.
last year's course in Naval Aviation The eighth student, C. M. Waldo,
gven by the University have done ex- '28, who was obliged to attend a later
class, will receive his commission
trcemely creditable work in the per'iods November 15, 1927.
of instruction in Naval Flying Schools, The University of Michigan was se-
according to unofficial advice re- lected by the Navy D7epartment as one
ce>ive~ri by Dean Cooley. Trhe corn- of the special colleges in the United
mnanding officer of the U. S.. Naval' States at which'- Aviation Ground I
.Air Station at Hampton Roads, Vir -School Courses were to be establish-
ginia, characterizes the group as the ed. This course prepares a student
best received by the Navy. for flight training at a naval Air Sta-
The following are graduating with tion. leading to a commis:sion, as en-I
commissions from the advanced flying sign, in the United States Naval Re-
school 'October 1, 1927: S. L. Mean, serve. The unit at the University hasI
'28Ed, W. .1. McMullen, '29, Cam.(G. been established in connection with
Lamb, '271', C. W. Johnson, '27,G.L the Naval Reserve Torpedo and Bomb-
Holmes, '28, J. R. Dickey, '27, and W. infix Squadron VT-31 at y.Detroit. I

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ABOT ENORE
Commenting on sentiments recently
expressedl by Gov. Fred W. Green be
fore a gatheing of medical men, Dean
Hugh Cabot states, "I heartily agree.
with Governor Gieni in his contentiox u
that the weapon of newspaper publi
city should nA he shunned by thea -
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