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1i -uWIFE OF PRESIDENT CHiST VNE TEAMSHIP,
UNIVERSItY IiLML I1 AE FERHSANir TANCIG SF1
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1930m AuI
R1IG OFCE GoingRUSEOFL jMT
rtial Law Rules on Island; On Linguist SaysMoenIetin
President Seeks to Put Will Aid Alarc of
Down Disturbances.4 THEATERS. NewLXga.

Physicians Encouraged by Lack
of .Contagious Cases During
November.
'DMA NDS INCREASED
Adiin of Mental Hygiene Staff
E ~arge R Scope, Extent
of Work.
xy. TJough the Health service is be-l
I g iwisd more and gives medical
w~tment to more students than it
ever has in its history, its work1
deajinzg with serious illness is de-
creasing according to the monthly
report for November.
The report shows that there have
been fewer ;critically ill infirmary
p111tients to date this school year
than there have been during smi-
l r periods oth~er years. That the
lepartment's cork deals 'largely
wrti preventive sickness is indicat-
ed by the tact that only three con-
tagious diseases were treated so far
this year.
Skini Diseases erevaient.
Statistics. show a greater demand
for services for skin diseases. Here,
asin' many other universities,
"rin~gworm" has made 'imperative
mush attention by college physi-
oian~ Heatb Service doctors are
coifirmed that a decrease in res-
Fi~ktory infection~s is noted after
E1h student has become acclimated
to his University environment.
Due to additions to the mental
hygiene st~aff, the extent and scope
of the work of that division has
lieen greatly enlarged. There is a
,owing demand for such service,
to~e report shows. There were 863
iaterviews in November this year
and only 118 during the same
mnth last year.
.........Calls Increase. .. .....
Actual count of the use of the
carious services show decreases in
swinie departments. However, the
dispensary calls showed a marked
increase with 8,126 calls in Novem-
Sber' 1930 and 6,875 in November
3929.. There were 353 more per-
sc riptions filled during November
4f his year compared to last.
IN RADIO PROGRAM
Political Science Professor to
Give Second Feature.
Dr. Frederick, A. Coller, head of.
the department of surgery at the
University hospital, will discuss
"Canicer" at 7:30 o'clock tonight
uring the University radio pro-
f gran.
Prof. Arthur W. Bromage, of the
j gp4tiealscience department, will
64' of the present system of coun-
ty government. Prof. Howard B.
Lewis, of the physiological chemis-
thy' d.Partntaent, will discuss "Dr.
W ill i a ra Beaumornt, Michigan's
SBackwoods Psysiologist" in which
he will tell of the romantic history
concerned with the fiirst study ever
1pac4e of digestion .in the United
states.
The chamber music class taught
b7Prof. I Janus Pick~, of the nuisic
sphpl, wild. furnish the music for
the program. The class consists of
18 students.

(livilsLr l' yi'(_s W , -E~dmu dLowe and Reg-
AATI A De. i.-Vvtu! Er-rs 1511Cin11"stod Inltentionis."
tiai law ruled Cub~ toCiay Pr,'. a I Mcgau ,Jen 1 e n n e t t, Joel3
rdent Machado o -.hi to p,,,t dow,, ,11Jme hi and the all-
the life of his regme V. L
:,herts that he had tnee Acip1srve A
t £1 Ane:>an l) e ' I)Ca' '1&an.LL~jal Whtein "Just
'.e le v i. oliree hatitthc
z t!ow tdsCi , 5 3 5f t I
of nerrssebly 9
ftr dyrctmte~thIIvrd- r- ~ win hird foorun
._ -, .. 1a«,30wich olicclocklo
11 s aathletice eews 1 ~
)cia'«'i4 ,d Press Photol asemly
0v recIC'tiSzer ,tT-sl-thaall.
d -a d . iAofs Cer eras r-Cb -. -h - p-r
._ retep ti1o"miitib h e a d J A .A.a m a n c hie.. f
I Pe .1 ralw a s eak5 atr tht e ' r esi en' s a tio . o di -. -yi gh n h on t u ti n o
(~nta Dllr in s"'ethem continentditCaSysatem.

Modern inventicwill aidX.r1a1
ly the universal 6 - pn.e ofis-
peranto as an in ,'.; -llagu
age, Prof. Clarence;..Mde'of
the department o.gnra 1igus
tics and speech, si e~dyin
his lecture, "The Dann Frays
International Lnu. :"before
the Tolstoy leagme in el hall.
Professor Meader laP:d;hat all
of the important irelin of re-
cent years had been wit the pur-
pose of decreasing distanices be-
tween nations either by::Means of
radio and talkingpcue or by
means of mere rapi methds of
transportation md albeby
the automobile ,, de irplane.
Because of the s Iur'n)(g of dis-
tances, he said, so L ntrn ational
languag,)e was bccutin.. .:ey nec-
essary.

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WINYEATO, LECTU F
BEFORE ENGINEERHS
Ohiq Authority to Give Address
Here on Muscle Shoals
Monday Morning.
*Samuel S. Wyer, consulting en-
gineer for the Fuel-Power-Trans-
portation foundation of Ohio, will
deliver two addresses in Ann Arbor
Monday.
The first address will be primar-
ily for students of the College of
Engineering and Architecture and
classes in that school will not be
in session during the meeting. Any-
one may attend the address, how-
ever, at 11 o'clock in the morning
in room 348 of the architectural
building. The subject of Mr. Wyer's
address will be "Muscle Shoals."
"The Fund amentals of Electrical
Power Distribution" will be dis-
cussed at a meets_-7g at 4:15 o'clock
in the Natural Scien-ce auditorium.
The second meetin'; is also open
to the public. Mr. Wycr is a recog-
nized authority on public utlities
corporations, according to Prof.
Robert D. Brackett, of the engin-
eering department. He is to c -liver
two lectures in Detroit on Tuesc -y.
New York Policemen
Use Advertisements
in Defending Selves
(BY Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 12.-The NewI
York police force used full pagel
advertising space in today's news-
papers to tell "the good people of
New York," as the advertisement
is headed, that the policeman is by
no means as black as he has been
painted. The advertisement says it
is prompted by "recent published
reflections on the integrity of mem-

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50 SE U E W R-°c usD w ~E ST I of his varied expeelence in connec-
m- " s° s¢ fa' [ ation with the pr.oject.
THROU HtBUR AU j dsao.S,-e Street -ONZ PO TRAT Leaman, who is 'a graduate of
-- -- the engineering school of McGill
Permanent Positions Giv-en 1 5i TWO girls, Morte Pepper, 8060fa- c Dr. Hickey's Wife Presents university, was in charge of the
Conmtc.P ,chrd street. and Burneul Lyttlcelcu o ongn survey party which was sent out
byi.16 Packard str ,eet, wvere run down __ to obtain information on the nature
tae eo'b a truck drivenb George Laugh- Ih s.P.,. Hck, wfeofth of the country throug;h which the
Fifty unemployed r.inavere.;l}}14;33 Wh'lite sreas they were, l_'ie . .lickey, the mf ecLline vw=sto be built. The expiora-
ceied ar-ti e nd dd job b 'i ~s~ig he r em ction ofsttrs-f h s presented to the Uni t ion was carried on by mleans of
the efforts of the mayor s uneni- cud Packardasteet erlyesr- scnesaool, hasthouh
ployment committee, it was stated d'cay i orig. vcrsitv a bronze placque of Roenlt cne addgtemthog-
yestrda byConniaderW. 71. 'rhotwogirs wre ushd t ~.gen, discoverer of the X-ray, it was wilderness of swamp lands, dense
Faust, head of the comlmittee. Fif- Joseph's Mercy hospital by A. T.1 announced yesterday by Dr. F red-foetan mutinrgs.A
teenmenhav ben tive peman I ope 101 Veghm sree, ~Iceick G. N ovyT, chairman of the exle- that time, some 25 years ago, the
ent work. t 'yICIOt,.atdfor minor wheic I e comitteeof the medical rgosepoe eefrtems
Cotne eitain tt C.> te fth et-ta Ms ah - efomry e art very sparsely aslsettled.
Co tiue l _ ¢ Ir at f. r t o, fac xt .( T l, q r;foi.ery e-th t is lon e to Dr. Hic._y. ---__ -- ----
offices in the Chamber of Coe,- Pnnr vs d ras about 10 feet he pordtraicilkby laed.
mecebulin bo t ie total ater the imnpact', hospital officils rs Hickey's request, in the read-
number o h eoo 73 oe .;1iedtba theO condition of i = om edcllbrr.1 A mong the Best and
than55 f vj~oi oe '05.0)1 h~: nenerol he i~swasconideed the work of Heins Peter, an ar-
frmalfl.,e wW:I meNe sm n hsywre permnitted C tistfrom Vienna. a
registered. gohom e :. ------ ___

was a strong advocatei l"'eo interna-
tional brotherhood, roften urged the
adoptance of a languge tht would
make all men udrtn each
other.
Professor Mssera oshowed
that an artbificiol ingla, such
as Esperanto, VC. nr practical
than a. naturni tone,, cus it fol-
lowed unvanin-g ly. ee (m st rules
for grammar adsdig
Choir to in ; ecial
Yuletide, $og uiday
Special Chri,Am,-.: numbers will
be sung by the-sutu choir of
St. Andrew's chlurch at a choral
service to be held at 7:45 Sunday
night.
This choir unde(1r the direction of
}Nowell S. Ferrisa, a-oaranst and choir-
master has been sig at the eve-
ning services this inter and will
present a p~rogrami ofca.rols at this
service.
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REPAIRING4
All makes of machines .,
Our equipment and per-
sonnel are considered
.among the best in3 the F,,ate. The result
of twenty years' careful building.
0. D. MORRILL
314 South :State St Phone 6615
at Reasonabl ie
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CiTY ~ /'t 7~i; . '~. ' ' r1OZ~ o~neyFinals
~ ~ 'S 7* LIRISMAS to bePlayed Tuesday
- Finals in the all-campus fresh-
Community FI 'dCPa bout S4150. i can basketball tourney under the
r t'e3i& and srorities havedietoofheUonuerls
Bureu t F ? Mac? ~hr 's n te 1committee will be played at eight
tc oys lay of'riungoa one of the' o'clock next Tuesday night. A pre-
.;11 e t,.5CY0te ifts, Mrs. uiminary round still remains and
real Chistmas Wi g C iv .cUyne saed eiSysuemos mane will be run off Monday night.
no* than 150 faics' u Cmy'ciosvre d _u uspiious and Gold medals will be presented in
this year through til e fforts of the d epriv,_; the m~other of much of the the spring to the members of the
Christn.?.s plan e : caite of the ! enjoyment of giving these clothes winning team. Freshmen who are
Community7 Fund PtaociainAnd' and toys to their children, she to play in the final contest will be
the family , _fare uano ~l a~. notified by the Union committee.
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In connection vWt l ,:},wa?:
many frater nitis "'ec',a
other campus na a in; a:
in the past, taenac"tejbo
outfitting one Jrb0 ofazarj
or of rov' -in j toaysn itIn
for one or twoer- i hkhe
01ther orga' ali osit
thlroug h the ccy'I 'ss
bure-au.
Ths ayear, hcF'JC_ ~ -
tPtI)og the city( :g55':,' 5

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*4 joy Mowith Special
"', EjSw T I CExcept Saturday and
2:00, 3:40, 7:00, 9:00 Sunday 10c to 2:30
NOW PLAYING

-____ _____1Iburs of the police force, appearing
in the editorial and news column;s
Medical Department ofteps.'
Instructor to Leave It is signiedc by the Patrolmen'sI
Benevolent Association, Inc., aditS
Dri. Friedrich Engelbach, of the outlines the problems of policing a
department of internal medicine in city the size of New York. ;
the mlediral school, has been grant- Theaeaeptomn"i.am
ed a. three-mnonths leave of absence "is conscious of the fact that in ail
to begin Jan. 1. Family reasons groups of mnen, whether ordained
were given as the cause. to the service of God or selected
for state or business purposes, the: e
Imay be a few who have been u na hl-
Ann Arb'or Leads Six to resist the -temptations of, he
Cite in Seal Salet:s moment. But to condemn a churo h,
______or a state, or a business for each1
violations of trust, when there ,s-.ee
Ann Arzbori yesterday continued thousands of conscientious individ.-
tlead the six cities competing inuascrynontoeitttos
the seal sale contest with a total wuld berrungthabeisiuln
of $3,366.38 or about 60l percent of "He feels it is equally unthink-
their total quota of $6,000, it was able to link even indirectly by
aninounced last night. I innuendo the thousands of pat-nA-
&rand Rapids and Jackson are men efficiently doing the city's(
tied for second place in the contest, most important and perilous workIj
both having passed the 50 percent with allegations concerning a few
m~ark. Of the total raised in Wash- of his comrades who are still to
tentaw county, about $150 has come have their day in court."
fr~om the students of the University.--~ --- --

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