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~AAflI ISUOND[DHOUH WLL IVERobinson Gives Talk
ADDRSS ONIHT'On Child Recreation
Dr. 1,ynn11 larold Hough, former
BY MEDICAL 'SOCIET~~~~~~i J addressing a meeting of theWPhys- peieto otwsentivri
BY~~~ ~ ME IAtOIE y, l~~etoof mny rhelgs boles,:77
Ur. Aldred S. Warthin, professor of adpatojo h Cnrl!e Yal: 1 . iso tWtr yn, sti'i rere
pathology, has returned from the re- lil .Rbnodsrc pe
cent meeting of the American College l lirho Detroit nor the setco'l coil- cciii ati ye of the Playgroiund as,5oeia-
of Physicians at. New Orleans, ofI seolitive year has ibeen chosen to t iou of Amer ic.a, stated that the fu-'
which he was again elected first vice ;make the address at the annual Wu-tore of 01 tnit edlSt ates dlepenlds upon
president. "It was decided," said Dr. ' cyani guild banquet to be held Lit
Warthin, "to continue the printing of q; o'clock tollight at the First :icIho-thIleotelise .7eth ncie
the College Journal. 'The Annals Of dist chulrchb . t~i. lgh lip _. sn ge hais brought. Qtotinig fro-m9 author-I
Internal Medicine,' in Ann Arbor, for as his subject, "The Cloak N\, jhlt, ities he stidl that ~eereation kept chil -

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the next three years. I again ac- Any H-ands."c
cepted the editorship of the maga- I'Tbis willI le the 22nd annual hn
tine for that length of time, not want- duget of the guiland t he ird ap- l
ing to give it up until it is put on a! eaaicei of Dr. B ough as the mnain
firm basis.''i speaker. is last book. "Adventuires
Prof. Julius Bauer, of the UniversityI in the Minds of Men," was a best
of Vienna, was the principal speak- j seler in Detroit for several months.'
er at the meeting, and occupied tho TIe is also eat contributing edit or to;
position of chief guest. Professor the Christ ian Century magazine.
B~auer has been obtained to speair Dr. liough was a speaker on the
here on April 4 and to hold a clinic O0ratorical association lecture course
at the hospital, for the seniors of the i in 1426, taing as his subject "Anio,-
Medical school, on April 5. He is emi- pica and Europe in 16926."

drenz {ut of the juvyenilie courts andl
helped in the imp rovemcnit of. gangs
prevalent in large cities,
PORTABLE
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