Speaking Sunday from Detroit on
the last of a series of parent educa-
tion programs emphasizing child
health, Dr. James D. Bruce of the
Medical School discussed the im-
portance of the University program
of post-graduate education in the
field of medicine.
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director
of the Health Service, also spoke on
the program. His subject was "Some
Points in the Growth and Develop-
ment of Children." The broadcast
concluded the 1932-33 season of the
University Broadcasting s e r vi c e,
which has presentedeits last two
programs from the Detroit studios
"Post-graduate education in medi-
cine needs special stress because of
the rapid advances made in methods
of diagnosis and in the treatment of
disease," Dr. Bruce said. "Every phy-
sician must have a close and con-
TO ADDRESS MUSIC CLUB
Prof. Earl V. Moore, director of
the School of Music, will discuss the
necessity for co-operation of musical
organizations at a dinner meeting of
the Michigan Federation of Music
clubs convention April 7 at the Du-
rant Hotel in Flint. The convention
will meet April 5, 6, 7, and 8.
tinuous contact with a research and
Dr. Bruce declared that this need
can best be met in Michigan by the
University, whose obligation it is to
offer doctors in the field continuous
opportunity to keep abreast of the
Courses given during the past two
weeks and to be given during the
remainder of the spring, including
a two-weeks course to be given this
month for medical reserve officers of
the army, were discussed briefly by
Two High Schools
Plan 'College Day'
"College Day" has been inaugu-
rated by two Michigan high schools.
Fordson High School in Dearborn
and Eastern High School in Lansing
are setting aside one day on which
representatives from many colleges
and universities can gather in order
to interview and address prospective
in RAILROAD FARES
for Students' Spring Vacation
ONE FARE for ROUND TRIP
in Coacies Only
Tickets may be purchased to many points in the
United States good going and returning on dates
conforming to closing and opening of College. For
farther particulars consult railroad ticket agent.
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The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
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Over fifty years of service to this community
in the fields of Savings, Trust and Commer-
cial banking have given this institution an
enviable position. The continued service is a
constant assurance to the patrons of the bank.
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Delicious, Wholesome Food
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DESK SETS, some formerly selling at $15.00, now closing out at
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