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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

BODY HEARS PLANS FOR
VERSITY HOUSING BY LITTLE

Reed Leaves To Fill TALK ON RUBBER BY LARUE HEADS
Pittsbu-h Position. MICHIGAN RADIO PROGRAM FRIDAY
Pittburg patenttneoit

Urging the construction of Univer-)
sity dormitories as beneficial to the
city and townspeople of Ann Arbor,
President Clarence Cook Little spoke
to more than 300 members of the
local Chamc'er of Commerce last
Tuesday. It is his hope, he said,
that the University will have the
edurage to, do the "unwelcome thing"
and that the city will have the cour-
tesy to allow the University to try
the plan.
Assuming that opposition to the
proposal will come- from private'
owners of property where students
now reside, President Little declared
that the University will be unable
to have at any event enough dormi-
tories to house the entire student
body, and that there is bound to be
a portion of the student body at all
4imes unhoused in these University
projects, which portion will have to
seek board and room in the city as
before.
"What right have we to make
money off of people at a non-pro-
ductive age anyway?" President Lit-
tle asked. "It is not good business;
it is not common sense; and it is
not human," he added. The speaker

then compared the situation to childf
labor and mentioned child labor leg-
islation as significant of the nation's
disapproval of such action. "We be-
lieve students are undoing in their
spare time all we are trying to teach
them in the period they are under
supervision," he said. Supervision
during spare time would eliminate
this, in the opinion of President Lit-
tle.
The speaker concluded by declar-
ing that the city would benefit from
such a dormitory plan, contending
that the business of bootleggers
would be less flourishing in a place
where a dormitory system is main-
tained as contrasted with .a college
community in which a majority of
the students reside in private .resi-
dences.
Due to the fact that living condi-

Answering the question "Should the patients, one with a
Having been granted his leave of United States Grow Its Own Rubber?" the lung and the
absence for the second semester, with the question, "Can It Grow It's chicken bone in theI
r On Rbbe?" rofesorCar D.La-ed at the hospital
Prof. Thomas H. Reed, of the politi- Own Rubber?" Professor Carl D. La- arly, he said, a wo
cal science department, left Sunday Rue, of the botany department, spoke Michigan town, after
night for Pittsburgh, where he will on the second program of the 1928 by Dr. Peterson on"
remain until the opening of the fal Michigan radio night series, last Fri- ported to a local phys
semester. Professor Reed is work- day night. Professor LaRue men- had been saved by
.tioned the steps taken by Great ment.
ing as advisor for the Pennsylvania Btin th pte the by sem-
Commission oin Municipal Consoli- Britain to provide the necessary sup-{
Cotion of counties of the second ply and suggested that the United
class. Allegheny county, in which ;States would do well to take like 2.00
s.Pittsburgh is located, is the only 'steps to further rubber cultivation in 3 35 AR
Paesylvania. territories under its control.
county of this class in Pennsylvama. Prof. Clare E. Griffin, acting dean FUN-FAST A
PROFESSORS of the school of business administra- YOlt'1l Laugh Ti
TVV PRO ESSORS tion, was the second speaker on the the Doughboys
ABSENT ON LEAVE program, taking as his subject, "The A. W.
___Future of the Automobile Industry."
Professors Walter F. Colby and "Gallstones," was the subject of Dr. Gay
Otto Laporte, both of the physics de- Fred Coller, professor of surgery in witl
partment, will be absent on leave the medical school, who was the third TED )lcNA
during the second semester of the speaker on the program. Musicians Sammy
school year. Prof. Colby has sailed on the prgram were Maude Okkle- 1aln Fl
from New York for Hamburg, Ger- burg, Grace Johnson-Konold and Ava Balcony
many, where he will study for a short Coman-Case.
while and then tour Europe. He has In connection with the current radio ('o"in-Be
been invited to lecture while in Ger series, Waldo M. Abbot, of the rhetoric She's a
many. department said yesterday that a's a
Dr. Laporte will sail for Japan on result of the talk by Dr. Albert C.
Feb. 17, where he will lecture before Furstenberg, of the medical school, on
the University of Tokio. "Foreign Bodies in the Lungs," two

peanut lodged in
second with a
lung, had report-
for cure. Sim-
man from a small
hearing the talk
"Cancer," had re-
sician and her life
immediate treat-

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tions would be better, he added,
more pleasant memories of college
life would be carried away with the
graduates and the city would receivej
better advertising. throughout the
country from those men and womenI
who had spent four years or more
of their lives here, he opined.

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We specialize in serving
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