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eland 'Assembly Hel - cience 's New Electric Needle Glee Club May Be
h .' rInvited for R.I.O.
iBy, Educaon May Restore LtfetMoetarl1 TatePoai

K~t 1~J~I k~~11ii ~ By HQWNARI) K. BLAKlCSLEE
(Associtcd Press Science Editor)
'A I U n straioit ssNEW 'YORK, Dec. 24.--A)--eat h
occurs "officially" when a heart stops
I Physical Edu+I atiQ&" beating, but physicians have known
tl " { I' °r13 Eor years that it did not really come
- until a few seconds or a few min-
m. ° utes after that stoppage.

Second ioil the tint of aa :{>aulni c
scheduled by the °c Hors; in the
School of Education !A,x "A Demnon-
stration Le,>^on in hyte~ Educa-
tion." The seniors; in the physical
education department, un wder the di-
rection of Norma L. Hicks, '3=Ed.,
presented their program in the Uni-
versity High School gymnasium yes-
terdlay afternoon.
Nelda Dover opened the program
with a discussion of the approach to
teaching, covering health and rating
of pupil, routine procedure, and
units and lesson plans. roll call
demonstrated by Ruth Birdseye with
the help of a class of high school
girls. Miss Birdseye took up the
problems of judging squads, posture,
and discipline.
Indoor season program was the
subject of a discussion by Lelia Hen-
dricks, whose lecture was demon-
strated by a basketball game between
the girls in the high school class,
under the direction of Virginia ,John-
ston. This was followed by a brief
summary of teaching by Geraldine
Lawson.
"The Trip," a project in rhythm,
demonstrated by dances given by the
gymnasium class under the direction
of Elizabeth Watkins, which was fol-
lowed by a summary of the lesson
given by Alice Stryker, concluded the
program.
In the opinion of Prof. Raleigh
Schorling, the philosophy underly-
ing physical education and these
programs in general was expressed
in the terma paper of Helena. Dobson,
who had a display of written and
practical tests in physical education.

(Associated Press Photo)
fJilson Setters, who hails from Lost hope hollow, Ky., where they
still celebrate Christmas on January 6, has gone to England to fiddle
old folksongs in the land of his ancestors during the holiday season this
year--so he expects to miss Lost Hope Hollow's celebration.

f.More than 100 requests for rides
and passengers going tome for vaca-
tion have been received by the Union
ride bureau, it was reported yester-
day by John W. Lederle, '33, Union
president.
During the first wveek the bureau
Was in operation, Ledecrle said, more
r ide's were offered-T Lhan there were
atpplications for tr'ansportation, but
the situation has been reversed now
and there are miore students seeking
rides than there are opportunities.
Also during the first period most pi
those seeking and offering rides were
going_ east, but the,,-ajority have
now swung around to the south an(
west._.
Any3one drivinig home for the vaca-
tion who wishes one or more passen-
gers to help share expenses, or any-
one wanting a ride to any part of the
country is urged by Lederle to report
to the student offices of the Union
any dlay" this week from_ 3 to 5 p. W<.
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Now a New York physician, Albert
S. Hyman, has succeeded in devising
an electric needle to reach into the
human body after the moment of
"Official" death, start a heart beat-
ing again, and in a few cases bring
the patient back to life.
! Sixty Successes Recorded
The practice is old, but this meth-
od is new and different, and prom-
ises to extend the field in which the
curtains of dath can be held back a
few moments.
Those moments are life-savers, not
in all kinds of death, but in those
arising from heart stoppage by shock.
There are some 60 recorded cases of
bringing such persons back to life
and ultimate good health by use of
epinephrin injections into the heart.
Dr. Hyman subsititutes electricity
for medicine. Electricity, too, has
been used before, but not in the way
the needle applies it. Heretofore the
electrical current was applied to the
whole heart.
Vital Area Is Small
The needle shoots an extremely
minute current into one small area
of the heart alone, affecting a part
probably not as large as the head of
a pin.
In Hyman's belief this current
substitutes for a somewhat similar
current flowing in a small set of
heart muscles which physicians call
the "pacemaker" because they seem
to pilot the beat of the big heart
muscles. When they stop thc whole
heart quits
The needle current is repeated
from 30 to 120 times a second, as de-
sired by the physician, and each tiny
shock causes a beat. This repeated
artificial beating, Dr. Hyman says,
is much more frequent than any
hitherto induced. It appears to be
more effective in restoring normal
heart action.
Harmless To Heart
Further he says his experiments,
covering five years, have proved that
it is harmless to the heart. A little
more than 50 per cent of the few
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