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T E M I C HICAN

DAILY

-RIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1929-

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RAIG WILL TAKE]
CHARGE OF CAMP
'rof. Robert Craig, of the School of
restry and Conservation, has been
pointed director of the summer
restry camp in northern Michi-
n, it was announced by Dean
,muel T. Dana, yesterday. The
miner camp is being held by the
restry school this - summer as a
ecial course in the regular sum-
er session.-
Prnfcnr , ir wil o irnon firp

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Health Expert Declares
Hea g-ain cusIN OGRAPHY
P'LANNED FOR SUMMER'
A professional course in the
geographic field which is to be in
the nature of a special graduate
field course in this subject will be
offered on the University curricul-
lum during the summer session, ac-
cording to an announcement made
yesterday by the University sum-
mer school office
This special course, which,:it is
planned, will combine the advan-
tages of both an educational and
vocational, course in geography
Swillbe open to students in geo-
' graphy who have had field work
equivalent to that given at the
Kentucky field station, also operat-
* ed by the summer session. This
-..course is to be carried on in co-
operation with the state depart-
Dr. Charles V. Craster ment of conservation and will con-
Health officer of Newark, N. J., sist of mapping various areas in
who frowns on hand-shaking for the southern penninsula in detail
hygienic reasons. "Ninety per cent and submitting of data to the de-
of the infectious diseases," he says, partment for .use in working out
"are brought into the system conservation problems.
through the mouth.'Almost every-
one puts his hand to his mouth
and therein lies the danger."
Dr. Craster also disapproves of
kissing, and is distributing to Si e etian
mothers, bibs' bearing the legend:
"Kissing Is Forbidden."

FORD SAYS BRAIN INJURY MAY CAUSE CRIMINAL TENDENCY
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That a mechanical injury to the
brain may be the cause of criminal
tendencies was the opinion ex-
pressed by Prof. Adelbert Ford of
the psychology department, speak-
ing in reference to the surgical
operation on the brain of a young
criminal, in an attempt to reform
him. The operation was complet-J

ed a few days ago, and the result)
is not definitely known as yet, but
Professor Ford said that it is per-
fectly possible that the man may
be "cured."
"Moral defects, sometimes lead-
ing to crime, may easily be caused
by some mechanical defect in the
brain-perhaps the pressure of the

skull on the brain, or some growth
in the head. If such happens to
be the case, I can see no reason
why the subject could not be cured
by removing the defect. I do not
know enough about this particular
case to care to predict the out-
come of the experiment, but its
success is possible."

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