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IrtESt)AY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1929 -

T HE MICH-~iGAN

DA I L Y

FRESHMEN ON MEMBERSHIP ROLL
[1[ 1ORKl Membership requirements in the and method of enrolling will be
AIM EAeronautical society have been al- made at a later date.
tered this year to enable freshman this year's program, as outlined
ttorbecome members of what has by the officers of the club, will in-
Forsythe Sees Health Education proven to be one of the most pop- elude several courses of instruction
And Personal Health As ular organizations on the campus, through speakers who will attend
Important Factors according to the officers of the the regular meetings. Negotiations
club. The change was made to are already under way to secure a
comply with constant requests from plane for the use of the club mem-
URGES STUDENTS TO VISIT tne younger' students for member- bers and in which actual flying in-
ship in the society which was orig- struction may be given. For those
Introducing the University Health inally to include the older en- interested in phases of aeronautics
Service to those students entering gineers. other than flying, a ballooning see-
the Universit3y for the first time, At present the Aeronautical so- tion and a glider section of the
Dr: Warren E. Forsythe, director, ciety includes on its membership Aeronautical society are maintain-
explained in an interview yester- roll, students from all schools and ed. Each of these sections pus-
day the part played by the Health colleges on the campus, although sesses equipment necessary to the
Service in the life at the Univer- heretofore there have been no ar- practice of that particular branch
sity. rangements made for freshman of aeronautics.
"The University recognizes that membership. Soon after the actual Michigan's Aeronautical: society
the success of a student's college opening of school, arrangements has received much attention
course is determined in part by two , will be made to accept applications throughout the country as a pio-
phases of health: Personal Health for membership. A definite an- neer in the field which it covers,;
and Health Education," said Dr. nouncement of the requirements namely that of introducing avia-
Forsythe.
First, it is obvious that frank -
sickness may interfere with the
stuLdent's college work, but it is less
well recognized that failures or less
successful work may result from J 0_B__ 'C S
unrecognized or neglected physical
or mental defects," -
"Second, the success of the stu-
dent's days and his later years of
service to society depend also upon O rchestras
many maters of education relative
to personal and community health."
Dr. Forsythe believes students of
Michigan are especially fortunateqt
in the way provision is made toI r e ( th & G Y
care fo rtheir health and sickness.
The service has its center at the
Health Service 'building east of DIAL 4636
Waterman gymnasium.
"Students are urged to visit or
call the Health Service for anyI
desired medical attention," Dr. For- _-___________=____a ____
sythe stated._
The staff of the Health Service
will be active this week in examin-
ing enterin gstudents. However,
those who wish to have their eyes
tested for glasses before, classes
commence on Monday are urged to
make appointments as soon as pos- A
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tion to members of the younger
generation who will not be especial-
ly interested in it as a science, but
as a common phase of life. The
desire to develop areonautics in the
mind of the layman has prompted
the officers of the club to seek more

satisfactory permanent quarters
than the club has enjoyed during
the. past years of its existence
The club will attempt to establish
a library, reading rooms and club
rooms early this fall so that mem-
bers may benefit by them this year.

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