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T HE MI'C IGAN DAILY

x SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1929

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[FRENCH TUBERCULAR Bartlett May Head,
A i RI Canadian Cormis
AUTHORITY TO SPEAK
ON DISEASE DIAGNOSIS -

Nion

PROFESSOR ARMAND - DELILLE
TO COME HERE FROM
PARIS UNIVERSITY
ASSOCIATED WITH COWI
Work Done In France To Lower The
Infant Mi-tality Itate Will
Be Chief Topic
Prof. A. F. Armand-Delille, of the
faculty of medicine at -the Univer-
sity of Paris, will deliver a speech
at 11 o'clock Sturday morning,
May 25, in the letcure room on the
second floor of the University hos-
pital on the subect, "The Diagnosis
and Treatment of Tuberculosis in
Infancy."
Profesor Armand-Delill is speak-
ing in America under the auspices
of the Canadian Tuberculosis asso-
ciation, which is carrying out a
large program of spreading propa-
ganda for the prevention of this
disease. He will letcure in 24 cities
from Montreal to Victoria, as well
as in New York City, 'rudeau, N.
Y., Atlantic City, and St. Louis.
in his program for the edcation
of teachers of medicine, Professor
4rmarnd-Delille is coperating with
15. D. Murray Cowie, head of the
deartment of pediatrics and infec-
tious diseases in the Medical school.
A certain number of men in this
department rotate to Paris for their
third year of post-graduate study,
after which they return as instruc-
t'irs in the depArtment.
Professor Armand-Delille express-
ed his desire to visit Ann Arbor,
and his vllingness to address the
mhedical students and members of
the medical profession on the
diagnosis, preventon, and treat-
zinht of tubercui'osis in infancy. All
bhysciahs in the state are cordially
rivited to attend this nieetihg.
A hei'lcan physicians are prti-
chlarly interested in obtaining some
rst-handed inforimation about the
work tl'At has been done in France
in lowering the mortality rate in
infants due to tuberculosis by means
of the so-called BCG vacine. Over
3,0tb infants under Professor Ar-
atiid-Delille's dir'ection, born of
tubercular mothers or in a tubercu-
lyr elvi nent have beenc re-
fully followed for a sufheient time
to show that the unusually high
death rate in these cases in abouti
30 per cent has been reduced to 0.9
per cent by use of the BCG and the
hygepic measures Profesor Arm-"
ar d'-Delille will discuss.
fe will return with Dr. Cwie
from the meeting of the' American
,editric society, St. Louis, for a
few days visit to the clinic for dis-
eases of children and infectious
diseases at the University hospital.
Profesor Armand-Delille and Dr.
Cowie are on the program of this
meeting.
he work done with the BCG
vaccine is one of the most discussed;
of all methods of immunization'
which "ave thus far been presented
for test. American workers in this
line have:been very conservative..
Considerable work on the vaccine
bhaspeen carried on here in Ann
Arbor, as Well as in other parts of
the country. Definite opinions as
to its actual value have up to the
present tinie been withheld, but such
opinios1 are expected to be forth-
cdming at some time in the near
future.
The average college student is
becofiing more serious-minded.
Thus speaks William Taylor Jr.,
men's personnel director at the
University of Washington. Mr.
Taylor claims that women students
are the cause of the disappearance
of the collegiate fiivver, preferring
those men who ride in cars with

cushions. "Midnight serenades,
collegiate fiivvers, and baggy trous-
ers are passed," says Mr. Taylor.

SCREE N
REFLECTIONS
With the exception of some good
bits by Ernest Torrence and a wildI
dance or two by Lila Damita "The
Bridge of ┬žan Luis Rey" is pretty
dull stuff. It .moves slowly-some-
times it almost stands still-and
the big shots are so obviously fakes
that the illusion of reality is never
there.
However, this much must be said
for the picture: It follows the book
more closely than the average
niovie version of a best seller; the
only practical difference being in
the treatment of the priest, who
finishes up with a sermon that is
designed to give us all a fatalistic
turn of mind.
The management of the Maj can-
notbecensured for the fultsan-f
this picture but it got off to a bad
Start y'esterday afternoon for lack
jf music. Not many pictures can
flow silently before the eyes of a
Saturday afternoon. audience and
maintain any sort of dignity. Th
foot-stampings, whistles, cat-calls
and general derogatory remarks
that punctuate the silence ofa
movie house will ruin any picture
Why the. organist squeezed forth
loud gobs of harmony for Our Gang
(who were at their very worst) an
then disappeared for the first 15
minutes of the feature picture
while the well-filled theater echoe
with calls for music is more than
we can figure out.
But anyway, if you like "Th
Bridge of San Luis Rey" when you
reaf it you might possibly appre
ciate the ocular version. We ar
not, however, guaranteeing satis
faction. G. W.

John H. Bartlett
who has recently been offered the
chairmanship of the international
joint commission by President Hoo-
ver. At present Bartlett holds the
post of, first assistant postmaster
general. A native of New Hamp-
shire, he was governor of that state
from 1919 to 1921. The joint com-
mission handles questions arising
between the United States and
Canada other than relating to
boundaries.
CLINIC INVESTIB-ATION
REVEIALS NBV FACT

DES MOINES STU DENWL UTU IESTS{
Pass Resolutions Asking Removal
Of Shields And Rebman
From Bard
(BY Associated Press)
DES MOINES, May 18.-Students
of Des Moines university Friday
passed a resolution in chapel say-
ing none of them would return to
the institution aftei' June 4. The
resolution was wired to the Baptist
Bible Union of North America,
Fundamentalist organization which
finances the school and was in con-
vention at Buffalo, N. Y.
The resolution said the students
felt they "have been treated un-
fairly by the board of trustees in
their dismissing of our president,
IDr. H. C. Wayman, and the pres-
ent faculty, thus jeopardizing our
a credits and the standing of this in-
Lstitution. Again, we feel that we
have been treated in an unfair and
e unchristian manner by Dr. T. T.
' Shields (president of the board of
s trustees) at the convention by not
a allowing our representative a fair
. hearing. We feel that Dr. Shields
his not a gentleman worthy of the
position he holds as an educator,
d ue to his attitude."
The students said they would not
e return after June 4 "if Dr. T. T.
d Shields and Miss Edith Rebman
n (secretary of the board) are re-
tained on the board of trustees, and
e will discourage the attendance o
- other students as long as this pali
e remain on the board."
- Meantime students were attend-
ing classes as usual.
g In "The Green
x ith Goddess"
g With the Reperatory Company
which will open its three weeks ru
At THE NEW LYIA MENDELS-
SOHN THEATER IN THE MICHI
GAN LEAGUE BUILDING
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ELBERTA TROWBRIDGE
Mondav night

for the jury of the Pulitzer fiction
prize, has been dropped from the
list of those who will sere again
on the committee. The jury selec-
tion of "Victim and Victors" by
John B. Oliver as the "book not just
for a year but for many years" was
overridden by the advisory commit-I
tee of te School of Journalism,

kin's "Scarlet Sister Mary." Dr. Bur-
ton declares that he had made his
request for resignation before the
jury selection had been discarded.
The committee chairman makes
the point that his duties as a lec-
turer on current literature conflict
with the position on the prize jury.
An argument that resulted from a

Frank D. Fackenthal, secretary of
Columbia University, that he would
not be able to serve on the board
another season.
URBANA.-Les Marriner, former
Illini football player, returns to the
ring here, May 28. It will be his
first fight since last fall.

Dr. Burton Says Request For Resignation Was Discarded
Before His Remov al From Pulitzer Fiction Prize Jury
Dr. Richard S. Burton, chairman and the recognition of this year's speech he gave in Minneapolis a
choice of novel given to Julia Peter- month ago caused him to inform

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Testimony Shows That Cigarets Pearse admitted after the hearini
Were Often Smoked Near was closed.
Storage Room Pearse, with Milled, declared thei
inquiry was "not a blame-fixini
BUREAU GIVES WARNING affair," but an attempt "to deter
____ exactly what happened."
(By Associated Pres) . The inspection report was file
CLEVELAND, May 18.-Investi. with clinic officials some time ago
gation into the Cleveland Clinic Pearse said, together with recom
hospital firedwhich caused the mendations that the film be store(
in a separate building Pearse sai
deaths of 122 persons from gas he "believed" the report mentione
generated by blazing X-ray film the desirability of sprinklers an
went forward today with informa- ventilation.
tion that cigarets were smoked
near the film storage room and
that the clinic had been warned of Ride to Church
the danger.0
These facts had been uncoverd in
'in testimony before an inquest con- A Deluxe Cab
ducted by Coroner A. J. Pearse
and County Prosecutor Ray T. Mil- nmt TPassr-n ers 5Oc
'ler, newspaper men were told. The ~
inquiry was held behind closed
doors.35c 'for I
Mrs. Rouse Reber, chairwoman
at the clinic, told later of her tes- Ba-"
ltimony. She testified that men fre- ggage ServiCe
quently smoked cigarets' in the
b'asement near the room where the
films were stored, and that she DIAL
never had seen the steel fire door
closed.
A report of the Ohio inspection "Snappy Service"
bureau warning the clinic to safe-
guard the building by removing the C. . MARSI, PROP.
film was read into the record,

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Every thrill of the great novel of the year
has been transferred now to the screen.
The lovely actress--sirent and wild-cat roll-
eded into one! The infatuated youth,the
men of wealth and positiori lured on by her
flaming beauty! The tremendous elimax of
the falling bridge!
APPOINTMENTS
Our Gang:Comedy
"WIGGLE YOUR EARS"

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iith
LILY DAMITA
ERNEST TORRENCE
HENRY B. WALTHALL
DON ALVARDO
RAQUEL TORRES

Art And
Beauty

Aesops
Fable

I'aiarnount
Dews

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TUESDAY, "SINNERS IN LOVE Featuring OLIVE BORDEN

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We'll We Expecting You
SUNDAY
For This Is a Show You'll
All WAt To See!

DANCING THRILLS THEM AT FIRST
But Soon They Feverishly Seek Other Sensations
THE THRILLS MONEY CANNOT BUY!

Rith, re less, irrespres-
?ible, she had done every-
thing yoo have heard
about. Borer in luxury,
could she live in poverty
with a love she wouldn't
seil for a million?
Youth's own revelation of
the daring doings of the
YOunger generation.

By Youth
About Youth
ForEverybody
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