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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

HIE WC
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D IN TEN DAYS TO BE GOAL
GATTY, WILEY POST, NEW Y

Meet

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STUDENT
HEALTH
THE CO1NION HEAD COLD
By J. H. Maxwell, M. D.
The common head cold, which we
so frequently attempt to disregard,
and to consider only as a somewhat
benign nuisance, lends itself to
serious consideration in the light
of the varied and serious complica-
tions which not infrequently obtain.,
In dealing with this malady, let
us disregard that large group of
acute and chronic infections bear-
ing close relationship to climatic
changes and also that group dem-
onstrating a special reaction on the
part of the delicate mucous mem-'
brane lining of the nose to some
offending prdtein niaterial, 'Whith
reaction may be termed allergy or
sensitization.
Criptic Origin of C1l Cited.
The so-called non-specific infec-
tious head cold has Icng remaimed
of cryptic origin. "Though we still
have no definitely specific knowl-
edige of its inception, its bacterial
nature is generally conceded at this
time. As in any infection, the two
factors of virulence of the iivading
organisms and resistance of the
host are all-iimportant in deternin-
ing the severity of the ensuing re-
action.
As this type of respiratory infec-
tion is disseminated through per-
sonal contact, one must direct his
preventive effort toward bild~ing
up his resistance by reans of pro-
per general hygienic measures, and
toward avoiding close personal con-j
tact with infected individuals.
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TAX"

Republicans, Democrats Make
No Move to Clear Deficit
of $900,000;000.
WASHINGTON, May 26.-()-
Noticeable in discussions over the
possible $900,000,000 d e fi c i t this
year is the lack of a definite rec-
ommendation for a tax increase
from official headquarters of either
party.
The new congress meeting in De-
cember is almost equally divided.
politically. That session runs direc-
tly into the presidential campaign
and increasing taxes at such a time
causes political leaders to ponder
considerably.
Independent Want Increase.
Republicans independents, who
will hold the balance of power next
session, have called for a tax in-
crease. Without the support of reg-
ulars of either major party who
control the house ways and means
committee a tax revision is doubt-
ful.

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Startiig soon from New York, Harold Gatty (left) navigator, and Wiley Post (right) will attempt a
projected 10-day flight arohnd the world. 'They hope to better the record of 22 days made by the Graf
Zeppelin in 1929. Their route, with stopping points, is shown in the map below the picture of their plane.

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Today's Radio Programs
(Eastern Standard Time)

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SOLO BY DANSEUSE
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had no. Vitality Personialities will have as
iy con- its guest artist tonight Evelyn
Nickr- ioey, musical comied star who has
s ~ appeared on "Fifty Million French-
assaid, men" and "The Vanderbilt Revue."
I list of Coriing over stations WXYZ, WEAN
Yihts in aid WABC at 9 o'clock, Miss Itoey
y would
iWoui- will sing "I Surrender, Dear" and
,iiig?" a novelty number, "Minnie Mooch-1
view of er." The orchestra under the direc-
tion of Freddie Rich will present a
a 'hun- symphonic highlight, "The March
it said, of Time."
nearly
bserver In his second international broad-
cast in one week, the Prince of
indef- Wales will address the world-audi-
set for ence when he speaks at a banquet
neetirng in Iandon to help in raising funds
ell. for the blind. The Prince, who has
kept up to the'minute in mattars
t " n of aviation andradio, will speak

5:30-Roy Atwell's Tidewater Inn-- WOKO,
WEAN, WLBZ .
6:00-Morton Downey with Nat Brusiloff -
WABC, WGR, WLBW
6:15-Felix Ferdinando and his orchestra-
WGR, WLBW

Miss Graham to Give Individual
Performance Before
The Father.'

for

Barbara Maurel, popular radio
ginger Will come before the micro-
phone in Roy Atwell's Tide .Water
IIh, to sing "Lover Come Back to
Me" from the miusical comedy, New
Moon. The orchestra will play,
"Dahcing with the Daffodils," "Ho
Hlin," and "I Do; Do You?" Listen
to 'Roy Atwell's Tide Water Inn
froti Stations WOKO and WEAN at
'5:30 oc'lock ^this afternoon.

E:20-Final baseball scores-WJR
7:00-Bobby mores-WWJ, WTAM, WGY- (Continued from Page One)
7: .0-Rhythrn Choristers with Nat Brusiloff-
WABC, WGR, WLBW . music for the "Electra." The final
1obl concert-WVWJ, WTAM, WG3Y nme nMs rhmseia
8:30-Palmolive hour-WWJ, WTAM, WGY number on Miss Graham's recital
Pleasure hour, Reinald Werrenrath di. was written especially for her by
recting orchestra-WJR, WREN, WLW
9:00-Vitality Personalities, Evelyn Hoey -j Horst.
WXYZ, WABC, WEAN
9:30-Tmmy Miton, racing driver -wWJ, Following M i s s Graham's solo
WGY, 'WTAM
Sam Lanin's orchestra-WXYZ, WEAN dances at the matinee performance,
10:15-Paul Tremain. and his orchestra- tomorrow afternoon, the first per-
¢ WABC, WORC
Vincent Lorez and his orchestra-WWJ, formance of "The Father" will be
10:303Will sorne and his orchestra -_ presented with Wilfred Seagram in;
WLOBW. WBCM., WKBW the title role of the Captain and
Songs of the homeland, "Japan"-WJZ, Doris Rich as Laura, his wife. Both
WaAL
11:00-St. "Moritz and his orchestra-WKBW, appear also in the "Electra."
WFBM, WBCM
11:30-VerneSuck and his orchestra-WENR, The complete cast of "The Fath-
WREN aWARna er" will also include Amy Loomis
wj ,K, d1s- as Margaret, the Old Nurse; Reyn-
Crosley Theatre of the Air-WLW olds Evans as Doctor Ostermark;
12:00-=Nght~ivwk Frolic-WNDAF
- anqut of the Japan Society of Amer- Robert Henderson as the Pastor;
ica-WRc. WENR and Doris Dalton ingenue of the
1:00-Midnight Merrymakers-KWK an'oi atnigneo h
Dance musi.m-KFWB company, as Bertha, the Captain's
young child.
School Body Chooses The regular performance of the'
Hamilton as OfcerElectra," with Blanche Yurka, Miss
H Graham, and the entire company,
will continue every night for the
Francis G. Hamilton, of the'Ham- remainder of the week, with Mor-
ilton Business college, of Ann Arbor, day and Saturday matinees at 3:15
was elected vice president of the o'clock. The final performance of
Michigan Business Schools associa- the "Electra" will be given Satur-
tion at the annual meeting . held day night.
last Saturday at the Union. Charles The third play of the Dramatic
Menz, of Battle Creek, was elected Season, opening Monday, will e
president to succeed E. Roy Shaw "Caprice," the New York Theatre
of Detroit Business university,
The meeting was addressed by guild success by Sil-Vara.
three distinguished educators, J. O. E r n e s t Cossart, distinguished
Malott, department of interior, comedian of the Theatre guild, ar-
Washington; H. E. V. Porter, secre- rived in Ann Arbor this morning
tary of the National Association of from New York' city to rehearse his
Accredited Comtfberciallchools and opening role of Sir Wishful Wit-
president of a business college at wood in Congreve's "The Way of
Jamestown, N. Y.; and Lloyd Good- the World," which will be presented
rich of the department of public the third week of the season, with
instruction, Lansing. Miss Yurka and Cossart. Ruth_
Page, noted dancer, also arrived
IN COAST GOLIF MEET here to visit Miss Graham and to
TACOMA, Wash., May 22.-(,) attend her program of solo dances
Francis H. Brown, colorful sports- tomorrow afternoon. Miss Yurka
man of Honolulu and one of the and Cossart will also be in the au-
longest drivers in golf, plans to dience.
compete in the Pacific Northwest ~
golf tournament in Tacoma, June' ii --_ -
22 to 27, and in the Western ama-
teur in Portland, July 13 to 18. l ____

Should Hasten Termination.
Having contracted an infection
of the upper air pasages, the indi-
vidual should maintain an earnest
effort to minimize the dangers of
posible complications, and to hasten
the termination of the disease.
Treatment in the main, during
the early stages, should be ratheir
general in type, and directed chifly
toward increasing bodily resistance.
We must consider the condition
as a generalized infection having its
local manifestations primarily in
the upper air passages of the body.
Topical applications which at this.
stage may be gomforting,' should be
used only upon the advice of a
physician in order to preclude, inso-
far as it is possible, the deleterious
effects of ill-advised treatment.
Cold Symptoms Cited.
The warnings of impending com-
plications should be heeded prompt-
ly. These admonitions may present
themselves . as cough, chest pain,
ear ache, or pain in the region of
the paranasal sinuses, the latter
being located in the bones of the
forehead and cheeks. These symp-
toms may indicate an abscess in
the ear, a collection of pus in the
sinuses, or an extension of nifec-
tion into the lungs. The fact that
these last mentioned conditions oc-
casionally terminate in abscess''of
the brain, infection of the blood
stream, or pneumonia makes them
assume great importance.
This brief and rather discursive
consideration of bacterial infection
of the upper air passages is not in-
tended to imply that one who is
being annoyed by a mild head cold
should invalid himself for a pro-
longed period of time during which'
he must live in constant apprehen-
sion of an impending fatal issue. It
is rather intende to attest the fact.
that serious complications do occur,a
and that the time to seek relief is
in that period when the malady
renders itself amenable to the more
simple therapeutic measures.
LANSING, May 21-Dynamiting
fish is considered such a serious
offense in Lenawee county that two
persons, both of Hudson, paid fines
and costs both totaling more than
$100. The two were convicted of
using dynamite to take fish in a

Pi-esident Hoover is asking de-
partment chiefs to' reduce govern-
ment expenditures but the "ecent
statenients of Secretary Mellon and
Undersecretary Mills of the treas-
ury failed to give any hope for per-
manent lowering of the budget.
Senator Hull, Democrat ,Ten-
nessee, warns that the peace-time
level of governmental expenditures
is already on the increase "and it
will be greater for 1931 and sub-
sequent years."
* bistribution Discussed:
While a tax increase next session
is not in sight, already there i.5 ar-
gument as to how the burden of
such an increase shall be distribu-
ted when it is ordered. This debate
becomes more pertinent in the
thought of congressional leaders
that a future boost in taxes will be
nore or less permanent.
FOUR MEN KILLED
IN PLANE MISHAP,
'Blue Streak' Crashes in Record
Breaking Attempt.
CHICAGO, May 26.--( )-Four
men, the crew of the Chicago Ddily
News plane Blue Streak, were kill-
ed today when the specially design-
ed sesquiplane fell while attempt-
ing to set a 2,000-kilometer speed
record north of Glen Ellyn, Ill.
(Two thousand kilometers is 1,242
miles).
The plane, carrying a load of 5,-
000 kilograms (11,023 pounds), was
shuttling back and forth between
Curtiss-Reynolds Airport and Se-
rena, Ill,
Farmers who saw the accident
said the right Wing appeared to
shake loose from the ship. Pilot
Short dumped the gasoline, cut pff
the motor and tried to glide to a
landing, but the wing dropped off
when the ship was about 30 feet
from the ground, and the plane
nosed into a field.
Gormley was alive when taken
from the wreckage but died on the
way to a hospital. The others ap-
parently died instantly.

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