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THE MIACHIAN L AILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1930

0CHEMISTRYPRIZE
[BI\ WON BY STUDENTS
1J| IIAL fdN OR KundFor Analyzing
HalgefsinCompounds.
For their 'development of a meth-
od and apparatus for the determin-
ation of the halogen content of or-
.agans compounds, J. J. Thompson,
Says Increasing Emphasis upon assistant in quantitative analysis,
CMid Welfare Is Sign and U. O. Oakdale, both students
f Sol Prgress. in the Graduate school, have joint-
____a gly won the prize of $100 annually
offered by the American Pharme-
PUBLIC SCHOOLS AID ceutical manufacturers association
for work of special nerit during
Head of Health Service Claims the year, it was announced yester-
Child Disease Is Considered day.
in Public Schools. Their paper, "A General Method
jor 'Determination of Halogens in
Organic Compounds," was .publish-
"On~e of our most assuring signs OgncCmons"wspbih
emed in the March issue in the Jour-
of social progress is the increasing !,al of the American Chemical so-
eiphasis upon child welfare," said ciety.
Dr. Warren Forsythe, director of "In the past chemists and phar-
the University health service, in his
rado talk on "School Health Work" macists have encountered many
delivered last night from the Uni- substances which were very diffi-
versity studio. cult if not impossible to analyze
for halogen..
"Child health programs should be ;
broad in scope, emphasizing the
prevention of disease and numer-'
ous constructive health features."
according to Dr. Forsythe. "It is3
being more and more realized that ril
the public schools offer the most
effective means of promoting child
health and increasingly, the health,
f ' the school child is being consid- Eighty-eight Menbers to March
ered a primary objective of our on Field at P.rdue Game
public school system," he said. F
Points to Success Next Saturday.
The fundamental reason for the With big games on three succes-
success in public health is that this sive Saturdays, the Varsity band
work has been directed upon the has settled down to earnest prac-
p'rinciple of prevention rather than a
the cure of disease, according to tice'
Ei'. Forsythe. One of the outstand-, Eighty-eight members will com-
ing of these triumphs in public prise the membership when the
health is that secured in the health band marches on the field Satur-
of children, he says. day at the Purdue game. On the
However, Dr. Forsythe points out following Saturday, when the foot-
thousands ball team takes on Ohio State at
t~t fro hunred ofColumbus, the same number will
of examinations of school childrenCm the samp.
it is found that about one-third make the trip.
have noteworthy defects which in1 For Homecoming, however, the
a significant way retard the growth membership will be raised to 96
happiness, and development which and this number will be kept for
is so much desired for all of these the rest of the season. The week
future citizens. "The method which following the Illinois game, the
is exkpected to solve such problems band will go to Cambridge for the
imiist be individual in its apprecia- Harvard game with the football
tion. It may be characterized by team.
the term Health Education," he!
said. I .. .. ,

AGED FR-ENCI PRINCESS PICTURED
IN LONDON AFTER RECENT MARIAGE
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~'.-'C'~w dPC' S Photo
Seventy-three-year-old Princess Marie Chariotte Constance de Brog-
lie and her husband, Prince Louis Ferdinand D'Orleans-Bourbon, photo-
graphed in London after their recent marriage there.
Complete Line of Everything Musical
THE MATCHLESS BALDWIN LINE OF PIANOS
VICTOR MAJESTIC BRUNSWICK RADIOS
UNEXCELLED MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENTS
Terms to Suit
University Mic1 House
Devoted to Music
William Wade Hinshaw
Cor. Maynard & William Phone 7515

Portugal to Curb
Number Graduated
for Civil Service
(IBy Associatcd Press)
OPORTO, Oct. 6.-Portugal is
trying to curb the ever-increasing
army of collegiate bureaucrats.-
No students will be permitted to
matriculate at the university here
for the Faculty of Letters after
next January. Students who have
registered previously for the full
four-ycars curricula may continue
their studies u n t i 1 graduation.
The army of students who apply
for jobs with the civil service is so
large that the government is con-
sidering further restrictive meas-
ures with the universities of Coim-
I bra and Lisbon.

TOURIS T NUMBERS
SHOW 4% INCREASE
4mericans Spend Many Millions
in Visiting England.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5. - Ameri-
can tourists visiting England dur-
ing the first six months of this
year were nuambcred at 56,683, ac-
cording to figures issued today by
the United States Department of
Commerce. T he compilation reveals
an increase of 4 per cent over the
total numb2r of tourists for the'
same period last year.
Durimg suae, it was announced
by the British counsulate at New
York, visas were issued to 16,400
persons, as compared with 14,650
for the same month in 1929.

Spence to Discuss
Canada's Handling
of Liquor Problem
Ben H. Spence of Toronto, On-
tario, a member of the United Press
and a special correspondent to the
White House, will speak in an open
forum sponsored by the Student
Christian association Thursday
afternoon, at 4:15, in room D,
Alumni Memorial hall, according to
an announcement issued yesterday.
Spence will speak on "Canada's
Liquor System," the same subject
he has been discussing each day
this week over radio station WJR
in Detroit.

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