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April 08, 1931 - Image 2

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TO DISCUSS irst Scientific /lrIzclc About~ fl 010_ _ ______

jam es Schernierhorn Will Speak The flust scientific rtis on the c-{ s
Byrd Antarctic expedJitiJon to b .I clScolM bc eun
Tom~orrow at Open Forum published by Prof. Lawrence M. After , ,. ;tud
in Memorial Hall. Gould, of the :geolog,y depa.men t, of
who served as chief ,eoogist on
James Schermerhorn, founder and the trip, appears in the April nurn- D' ac_,,m 11. c>:,ofte o
former editor of the Detroit Times, ber' of the, Geographical Reviewr partxict~r of ba cter~l~yo h
will address ant open forum at 4:15 published by the American geogra- ! medic l school, retrned t week
o'clock tomorrowi in room D, Alumni phic society of New York. The ar- from Sahn Juan, Poro iowhr
Memorial hall, on "The Relation of title is entitled "Some 'Geegraphi- he hs been car ,n~o cVsv
the Metropolitan Press to the Ufni- cal Results of the Byrd Antarctic w vork an- the s tJ.x oflroy
versity." IExpedition." 1Drn he otslaeof
Profsso Jon L Brmma cose included is a large miap of the absence from the University, during
friend of the former editor, char- Queen Maud mountain section of which time he was a visiting pro-
acterizes him as "the most enter- the Antarctic continent, which was fessor at the school of tropical? mcd-
tamning sppaker 1 have ever heard. made from computations obtained icine of the University of Por;!L
He has ability to humanize any I by Byrd's men. Positions were de- Rico, Dr. Soule made a spec-a
subject he speaks upon." termined astronomically by Pro- study of mere than 150 lepers.
Schermnerhorn received his start fessor Gould. The largest glacier More than half of this group
as a newspaperman in the office of shown on the map and one of the were being cared for by the govern-
the Gazette at Hudlson, Mich., where largest in Antarctic was reamed by int leprasorium at San Juan, and
he came from the United State Gould after Frank Leverett, former aonp this numr e verv known

c~ ( -v vhe1000 block on NihlsBr r3l2ousae
'-:;, ._ d st.i cc Monlday night *with~ mi, etrotor, d wdyo
an~ ~~' autAdivny iiam L,,tI1rd, rspeeding chareapeaedbeor
1114 M>hi a a.eue crdrvnJustice Bert E. Fyysedy 3r
by dcraBocap,10 ak er paid a neof 2 n 45
ar sucL xa dmge. ardscourt costs vwhen1artyes t wv of
co___. o ,..brea.ing? o. a t !"Ep):n claimed he had div ,en a ea vwth-
tole. Iccapwa aiga out h ving ,an oeao'lcneinl
lef t-nfo .Unvriyae- his possesion. 1e=r~ adt
nue I akrdsrtwhnthe have driv, n1 50 m1.'.an-hUr on
v'fu curd - W uo vne

h ype of leprosy was represented. A
large amount of infected specimlen
material was brought back to the
University by Dr. Sonic and will
be used in the hygienic laboratory.
While the cause of leprosy is
known to be a bacterium it is ex-
tremely doubtful if the organism
has ever been artificially cultured
away from the human body.
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