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VRIPiAY, DECEMBER 2, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SCHOL 1 DUCTIO -FIRES ARE STILL
SCHOL F EUCAIONPERIL IN FOREST
WIL HLDASSMBL ,SAYS E. W. KELLEY
f/ILLoes IfiiIrASEM LY T s.till remain one of ty

At a meeting of the Dean's cabinet
of the School of Education held re-
cently, it was decided to hold an as-

great w rils of the country, Major
Evan W. Belly. chief forester of Dis-
trict 7, said in a talk given before;
the forestry club last night. Yet with

sembly or the members ofthte schoolin~ 5 ye,rs' time, by the use of scien-
someimedurng he mnthandoh-tific methods of fire prevention, the
tain a noted speaker for t ie occasion.
The motion was passed unanimouesly[ numb~er oft hese fires has been great-
and a committee was appointed to se-ly' reduced, he said.
cure a speaker for the occasion which BetwAeen 1922 and 1926 there wereI
probably will be held on Dec. 12. 1074 forest Ifires, accordijpg to Major
Whitney, also formed a student cab)- Kelly. In 19,26 the year's total hd
inet so that the various organizations been reduced to two-thirds of the
connected with the School of Educa- total sum. Util fire was attacked
tion and educational work might come scientifically ther'e was an ever in-
into better contact with-, one another creasing number of fires. "Good fire
and that Athe specal work might be protection must be taught," Major
better done. This coming assembly Kelly said, "and this teaching invol,
is the first of- several which the cabi-. es salesmanship and good administra-
net expects to hold and a specialI tion. The art of fire prevention has
speaker, who is an authority in his, yet to be developed, but as we learn,
special field, will be .sought for each we will reduce the number of losses
of the various meetings. from them."
SM1'' A 111\VS MEEINGmeeting of the business managers of
S 1vitn ATEDS M ETN colleges and universities, being held
this week in Charlottsville, Va. l
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the Secretary Smith will return ear:
University, left recently to attend the next week.

GIVE CARPENTER
LEAVE TO STUDY
Prof. Dwight C. Carpenter, 21, as is-
tant professor of chemistry at the
INew York experimental station in
connection with Corneji university,
has been granted a leave of absence
to study in Sweden with Dr. Sved-
berg.
Dr. Svedberg is working at the Uni-
versity of Uptala, doing research
work in colloid chemistry. Hie is a for-
mer Nobel prize winner in chemis-
try.
Dr. Carpenter and his wife will
leave for Sweden next week.
IOWA-Graduates of the University
[of Iowa college of law constitute ap-
proximately one-half of the practicing
attorneys .in the state of Iowa, ac-
cording to statistics compiled at the
college.
~HE RAE
TODAY AND FRIDAY
'A One Man Game'
1 (Not a football picture)
--ALSO-
"OUR GANG"
In,

COLDS INCREASE
INFIRMARY WORK
Heavy work, due to the excessive
number of colds suffered by st/dents
during October, was reported by Dr.
Warren E. Forsythe, health servi ^
director, in his monthly report on the
department.

INDIANA UNIVERSITY, Blooming- -
ton.-Out of 400 students enrolled in
freshman and sophomore pre-medical
course at Indiana, there are only 11
women.{
Detroit Theaters
c: 2nd and Last Week
.Beg. Sunday, Nov. 27-M1ats.,
Wednesday and Saturday
Gene Buck Presents {
Leon Errol in
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Matinees, $1.00 to $2.50, plus tax

...~...I %'Ire 1aroestserlio

Dispensary calls

totaled 5,148,1

which is an increase of more than
1,000 over October, 1926. S'elected di--
agnoses of colds totaled 589, making
an increase of 200 over the same
month of the previous year. There
were no major contagious cases dur-
ing the month.
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Nov., 28
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