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May 22, 1934 - Image 6

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Chicago Stockyards In Ruins After $10,000,000 Blaze
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Small Colleges Are
o" iUpgrade, Says
Wheaton President
(By Intercollegiate Press)
NORTON, Mass., May 2. --- Small
colleges, like so many small businesses
which survived the depression while
the big ones fell, are headed for better
times, in the opinion of Dr. J. Edgar
Park, president of Wheaton College,
which has an enrollment of about 500
women students.
Originality, versatility and leader-
ship traits are found more frequently
in graduates of small girls' colleges
than in those frpm larger institutions,
especially state universities, in the
opinion of the Wheaton president.
" h n a oirl tA f A ft. n i-

New Cancer Treatment Methods

Explained By D
Writing in The Forum, Dr. Clarencei
Cook Little, president of the Univer-
sity from 1925 to 1929, and noted au-
thority on cancer, declares that "new,
methods of attack have been de-
veloped in the fight against cancer.
They bear the stamp of increased
authority and of qualities which sug-
gest permanency and promise of great
"The fight against cancer is trench
warfare, serious and consuming," his
article continues. "It is -- to a peculiar
degree ---everyone's fight," he writes.
"This is true because cancer is no re-
specter of anr age, sex, or social group.
At some period it touches the history


Sa gilgoes Loa Ua~e ut of almost every family in the coun-
versity," Dr. Park said, "all she can try."
expect to reach in a campus organiza- Dr. Little asserts that "cancer is a
tion is a vice presidency. A man will natural part of the person afflicted
be the president. with it. It is not a foreign body --
"In a small school the girl may not an invasion from outside forces.

~r. Clarence Little
most important new research methods
is the transplanting of growth tissues.
He discusses two methods in which
this may be done: One, by keeping
the tissue alive in glass chambers for
the purpose of observation; and, two,
actually transplanting tissue into the
body of the animal of the species in
.which the cancer originated.
J Cold Plate
Every Noon and Nite
Drop in for a Panama
Sundae 1 Sc
Fresh Strawberry
Sundaes 1 Sc
ubw Cafe

-Associated Press Photo
Here is a view of the wreckage resulting from the $10,000,000 fire in Chicago's famous stockyards Saturday.
Great areas were completely destroyed, and homeless families were for a time without shelter. The' disastrous
blaze burned several thousand cattle to death and leaves that part of the Windy City in a state of disruption.

get into many more activities. She can,
rise to the top and take command.
There is much less copying and ad-
herence to set methods and standards.
Originality is encouraged, not stifled."
Lack of boy friends for girls is more
to be feared than an overabundance
of them, Dr. Park said.
"A girl who never has been taugh ,
to swim," he said, "can't be expected
to keep her head above water when
thrown into the sea."
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre-
tary of the Alumni Association, will
leave today for LaPorte, Ind.,, where

It is actually the living tissue of the
individual himself."
The former Michigan president ex-
plains his experiments with cancerous
animals, and as a result predicted that
it may someday be possible to learn
more of the critical pre-cancerous
stages and of the actual changes from
a normal to a cancerous cell."
Dr. Little states that one of the
he Will attend a dinner of the LaPorte
University of Michigan Club.
Tomorrow morning he will give an
address before the LaPorte High
School and present the University
Club Trophy to the school's honor

Michigan; Harry Glass, jr., national Rapids; Will J. Pulte, commandant
committeeman for the Michigan of Michigan Soldiers' home, and David
Young Democratic organization; E. Uhl, state central committeeman
Frank C. Jarvis, postmaster of Grand for the Fifth Michigan district.

The program as announced by Miss torney for the western district of
Geneva Smithe presents many Mich-
igan men as well as speakers from 1935 Frosh Bible Is
Michigan State Normal College at
Ypsilanti. The Michigan men to. Ready For Publication
speak at the afternoon session will be
Dr. Josselyn Van Tyne, curator of The 1935 "Frosh Bible" has been
birds at the Museum of Zoology, who prepared and will go to press some-
will speak on "Recent Changes in the I time next week it was announced to-
Michigan Bird List," Dr. Richard E. day by Russell Anderson, '36, presi-
Olsen, assistant in the bird Division in dent of the Student Christian As-
the Museum of Zoology, speaking on sociation.
"Practical Hints on Bird Photog- This year's Freshman Handbook
raphy" (illustrated), and Miss Geneva has been completely revised, and all
Smithe, secretary of the University articles have been re-written. Two
of Michigan Museums, who will speak thousand copies will be printed this
on "O r Thirtieth Anniversary - A year and it is hoped that all fresh-
Backward Look," men will be supplied. The size of the
In the evening session the Mich- book has been increased to about that
igan State Normal teachers to sneak of the one published in 1929.

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