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14E MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. APP.L 30_ IMO

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VETERAN AVIATOR TO TRY FOR NON- REFUELING' Alpha. Kappa Delta GADIRLI SPEAK
RECORD PRIOR TO PROPOSED PACIFIC LIGHTk0 IniiesMay NUIIIUIIUILI
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Charles Rorheville veteran pilot, a~i l bwi-,fnpe i'V 1noil~ne' iP'Whic

kSixten persons were formally re-
,; -j jjj. ...j.....; ceived, last night, into Alp ha Kap- Medical History Authority Will
lea Delta, honorary sociological- fra- Lecture in Natural. Science
ternity, at a banquet at which Dr. Auditorium Tomorrow.
W. B. Hinsdale, curator of Michigan
. ~archaeology at the University mil Engaged, lunder the auspices of
:. ..:;; seu:. spoke on "The First Wom eni Alpha OmegA, Alpha, honorary
of Mchign. ,scholastic medical society, Dr. Field-
f y r. £Those initiated were.. Anna M. ing H. Garrison, of the Army Med-
Cameron, instructor in the sociolo- ical School at Washington, D. C,
1 gydeprtmnt, illam avis '3, Iwill speak on "The History of Med-
P cDr. John M. Dorsey, lecturer' in so- 1icie nA~in ida"a 'lc
~~~~ciology, Margaret Eaton, Grad.,cni.AcetIda"a' 'lc
FrancesHoheg'3,MsCoer tomorrow evening, in Natural Sdi-
oke Krassovsky, Grad., Marjorie ence" auditorium.:
Rehfuss, '3', Elizabeth Robb, '30,1 Dr~ Garrison, known nationally as
3 "' IAt"' y k Jane Year nd, '31, Marian Coxmstock, - the leading Aine ran authority on
'31, Bertha Howard, '31,. Dr..B. Ji-
$ t +tmenez, physician at" the Healtht medical history, is chief librarian at
all " , iservice, Maida Kuo, Grad., Ann! th;e medical library of Johns Hop-j
Purcell, '30, Myer Teitelbaum, '31, Bins. His recent book, "The His-
Bernce Wisxasse, '3. 1tory of Medicine," which has pass-
Associa ted Press Photo1 Following Dr. Hinsdale's speech, ed thrug tre editions, is rec-
ch he hopes to fly from Takao to 'Prof. Arthu~r E. Wood, of th'e so- ~rui ie
formned in the last few years. The ciology department and sponsor of ognized by medical men as the most
non-'refueling cndu'ran'ce record in Alpha Kappa Delta, was presented complete and thorough, work in
!with a set of pipes and .Mrs. Wood;, Enlish on'. the subject. Before
also a' sponsor of the organization,; taking over his present post, Dr.
AeroClu to ee ilmwas given a brass bowl by the meal- GarrisonT was connected with the
$rG. .t toSe ' br ers of the fraternity. Surgeons' General Library.
on Gliders, Parachutesi
jFilms showing gliding methodsFyh Auone
parachute jumps, and motor ship[. Fuin Date for Tess, ~ X XL
flying conducted by members of te D.WrnE othehe Dreto I '' JX.'VYI W, LL I
Aeronautical Society will be shown r arn .Fryhe.Drco ,
at 7:30' o'clock tonight at a meet- ,of the University Health Service,
ing of the organization in' room 348, announced today that all students1
jWest thginering building. Election; wishing tests for glasses beforet
of officers for the society will also' May 12 should have their eyes ex- Sr I01
be, held at this time. aminedl before May 3. This request, Kentucky andV
__________-is made due to the fact that Dr. '
UN64IVERSITY OIL ARIZONA- Emory W. Sink, Ophthalmologist atl n
Twenty-six' out of every 41 women the Health Service, will leave Ann Sovya
students are going without stock- } Arbor Saturday. He will return
ings, May 12 to take up his duties again.

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entryschoo. - ±uL4J Ieattle, in order to add to the alrcad
estr schol.plane wfi' receive it final test at LoA
Included in the curriculum will a4n effort to better} the Geri'nai record
be work on forest mensuration, fire
protection and forest i provemnents I 2vriyfea'hSri-
for which eight Hours of' college 1 U iest elhSri
credit will be given. This work will- Two Social Ades to
be carried out by Professor Craigj i
with the assistance of Prof. Shir- Since the establishment of men- t
ley W. Allen-, also of the forestry i hyin itevwsb telf
school. alhgin inevesb te
Will' Occupy Old1 Camp. Healthi Service in 1928, the scope of
Located in the heart of the hard- the work has increased to such-. an -
wood timber country ofd Michigan, extent that a full-time doctor and '
Camp Filibert Roth, as it i's called, two' social co-workers will be added '
will' this year occupy the buildings ;,otesaf ntefaLTewr
of a° formeriflogging camp of the t h tf ntefl' 'ewr~
Cleveland Cliffs Charcoal and' Iron of this department is to help those,
Co., about nine miles from MunisL- students on the camnpus who are I
in g, Mich. mentally depressed byt some factor't
"It is so situated," said Professor ,1other than a phsialpoe
Craig, "that it gives excellent op- pyia n, g
portni'y fo th obervaionof "iretlyu pon entering' the Un
pruiyfrteosrainobevto ofhardwood logging, lumber mills, 'iversity," stated Dr. Warren E. For-{
aild papr mils.sythe, director of the 'University
]Location Valuble." Health Service, "the pupil is con- IId
"Its location," he continued, fronted with a new social proble'.,1
"mekes especially valuable the work 'If the pupilcdecides to leave school'1
in frestmensraton bcaus ofbefore he has started to attend his I~
the stands of virgin timber accessi- clsepefrsasca aeta
ble for field 'work. Near the camp,, must be adjusted by a trained social~
there is a station of the Unlited doctor or worker. Such a pupil will-
States Forest service and theMich- often try to excuse himself by say-
igan Conservation commission lig that he is needed at home when
which makes it possible for the in reality he acts with the capacity I
students to see the working out of of a child's" intelligence'. All such"f
fare plans and forest imiprovemient cases must be nippe'd in the budi
projects." anorthsuna proble t oule -
"rTe c."in upper Michig'an"andrthsudaprentoadviserhualth
lie concluded, "makes it possible foriSriewoi ur iltette
,tudents -of the forestry school to, youth sensibly.
see a distinctly different type of Only recently a co-ed complained
country than any th'at can be found of not being able to sleep nor eat
aonAnAro." Well. She claimed to be ill and
__________ wanted a tonic. Physically she was.
Law aculy Me bers norm-al. Upon' questioning the pa-.
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rig, Ieach, Cal:, *ieif fie vWilf U.a
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tient it was- fotind tliat she wash
failing' ine her juniar'work.
Her family life 0was being dis- I,
rupted between her parents. The
Deane had sent a warning letter to;
her father, and her father ha'd ri-.
prim anded her for her bad" report.
rhe problem was solved b5y' having
the Dean stop, sending further
warb~ing messages, and' by telling
the f'ather to soM e the family dis-
pute by~ a means beneficial tor' the'
girl.
"As can bC seen- thel woi~k is high-
ly constructive and dealt vWith the
social aspectls on* the' campus tom
day."
At the present time Dr. John Nf
Dorsey is.,Menftal {Hygienist- at the
HIealth Service with Mrs. Sadye H.
Powers as' his' sca worker..

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