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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JAI

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RA1 INVALUABLE
mntgenologist Says Use Helpr
,ery B1ranch of Medicine
in Radio Talk.
AINING IS NECESSARY
tthews to Talk on American
Foresters in Tropics'
at 2 o'Clock.
Nearly every branch of medicine
es in one way or another upon
X-ray as a source of valuablel
mation in recognizing andl
dying disease," declared Dr.1
d J. Hodges, professor of roent-
ology, yesterday afternqon over
University-of-the-Air r a d i o

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CONSTRUCTION OF LATEST NAVY
DIRIGIBLE PROCEEDS AT AKRON

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ACULTY__pOSIDr
Famous Pianist Withdraws From
Teaching to Devote Time
to Concert Work.
Guy Maier, famous pianist and
member of the School of Music fac-
ulty for the past six years, has
tendered his resignation to Presi-
dent Charles A. Sink, it was an-
nounced yesterday. Concert work,
which necessitates his dropping
academia activities, was given as
the cause.
Sink will submit the resignation
to the Regents at their next meet-
ing with the recommendation that
the body accept it. "I deeply re-
gret Maier's resignation," Sink stat-
ed last night, "for I know that we
have all enjoyed his membership
on the faculty. His outside work
makes it impossible for him to con-
tinue as a professor in the School."
Maier has been on a leave of ab-
sence for the last two years, parti-
cipating in concerts all over Amer-
ica.
He recently broke up with Lee
Pattison, his partner in the famous
Maier-Pattison duet, because of the
dearth of ndw material to play. He
appeared last in Ann Arbor at the
1930 May Festival.

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CLOSES 3 SE
AT a P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 PA

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service. Mac Mimeo Service,
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MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main Phone 3916
Let us turn your collar and sew
on your buttons.
PEBBLES
Phone 7112, Killins Gravel Co.
295c
L A U N D R Y- Soft water. 21044.1
Towels fre. Socks darned. 271c
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, repaired.
O. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
307c1
TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO-
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done. 0. 1D. TMORRILL, 314 So.
State St. 308c
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suit; very cheap; sze 40. Will fit
man five foot eight or nine. Call1

A. C. Barth, E. Willam St., tailor.
405a
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
Finance Company for balance
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001.
235
FOR RENT
WILL furnished 6 room house;
reasonable. 1324 Olivia. 405
DOUBLE front room, two beds in
dormtory. No other roomers.
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Also 1 single and 1I double room.
Reasonable prices. Shower baths.
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LOST

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Possibly in N. S. Aud. Find
please call 2-2152 or 2-3205. 41
LOST-Small black velvet hat w I
black ostrich plume; name R:
monde inside; lost in neighbo
hood of Church and Forest Fi
day ight, Jan. 15; finder cc
Mich. Daily, Box A-15.
LOST-Saturday night betwec
Palmer t'ield House and Madis
street, blue and silver earrir
Phone 4546. 4

X-ray examinations," continued
Hudges, "facilitate medical
aetice by opening wells of infor-
tion obtainable in no ther way,
d by making a survey of much of
internal mechanism of the body
dily possible. X-rays are also
e asivey used as a means of
ating some diseases.
Sites Abuses.
'The use of X-rays in medicine
s not developed without occa- I
nal abuses," said Dr. Hodges, de-
ring that exhorbitant claims
ve been made for its possibilities
poorliy trained and dishonest
arletans.c
'There is nothing the least bit
pernatural about the ability of
.ysiclans to recognize many forms
disease when present,by the em-
>yrent of X-rays," said the
Baker, Vho held that one must
thoroughly trained in interpret-
the results of the pictures, how-
er.
Revise Department.
rhe roentgenojogy department at
e University. is now undergoing
reorganization of this sort, Dr.
dges stated. "This department.
a unit of the University's medi-
S01hool, is expected to ,provide
portunities for students to learn
tual medical practice, and in ad-
inn to add wherever possible to
eneral fund of medical knowl-
'Provision has been made for
oh activities by building into the
w department a library study
om and an X-ray laboratory,"
said.
Prof. D. M. Matthews, of the For-
try school, "Wil talk on "Ame-
a Foresters in the Tropics," at 2
,lock this afternoon on the Uni-
rsity broadcast. Professor Matt-
ws has spent a number of years
the Philippines, Cuba, Brazil,
t4 British NorthiBorneo. He will
LI of his work there,
Shuill to Speak.
"Heredity" wll be the subject of
talk by Dr. Franklin Shull, pro-
ssor) of zoology, on Friday, Jan.
This talk is directed primarily
the James Couzens Agricultural
hool at Bath, Michigan.
Dr. Randolph G. Adams, director
the Willam L. Clements library.
11 di'cuss "Washington as a Real
tate Operator," at 8:30 o'clock,
turday, Jan. 23. This will be the
Bond of a seriesof talks on Wash-
gton.
"Rotor Motors Generating Power
om the Air," will be discussed on
e same program by Felix Paw-
wski, Guggenheim professor of
ronautics. He has spent a num-
r of years at the University in
search upon air planes and their
sign.
cciad Side of Church
itcussed by McKenzie
"The Church in Social Recon-
ruction" was discussed Tuesday
teinopn in Aumni Memorial hall
Prof. Roderick D. McKenzie of
e sociology department
"The church has taken the tech-
que of science and used it to its
vn advantage" said Professor Mc-
enzie. "The old question of
arch versus scence is not a fact

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bath; close to campus; reason-
able. 419 N. State. Phone 5380.
380
FOR RENT: ROOMS FOR MEN!
SINGLE $3.50 DOUBLE $2.50
Hot and cold running water in
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Lounging room with radio.
FLETCHER HALL
Opposite Intramural Building
378c

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Work on the new ZRS-5, sister ship of the Akron and the navy's
latest bid for supremacy of the lighter than air field, is progressing
rapidly at the hangar at Akron, Ohio. England recently was forced to
demolish their largest dirigible, the R-100, sister ship of the ill-fated
R-101, because of the expense ofthe upkeep of the huge ship. Some idea-1
of the size of the giant ZRS-5 may be obtained from this view of the:
framework of the first bay of the ship.

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According to Professor McKenzie,
has droppsd in physical import-
cc in the city, but tends to move
>m the co ntry into centers of
pulation. Fewer a n d larger
urches are becoming prevalent.

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We want to take this opportunity to thank our customers for their many
kind remarks about our new branch and for their patronage. We hope o
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