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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Ensian Managing Editor And Business Manager

Health Service
Physicians To
Serve In Camp
Health Service physicians detailed
to special work during the Summerl
Session were announced yesterday by.
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
the Health Service.
Dr. William M.*Brace has been as-
signed to the Biology Station at Che-
boygan, and. Dr. John V. Fopeano
will serve as camp physician at the
Geography and Geology Camp at Mill
Springs, Kentucky. No physicians will
be detailed to the Engineering Camp
in Wyoming or the Forestry Camp
at Munising, since they will be small.
Physical examinations will be the
biggest task confronting the re-
mainder of the staff during the sum-
mer, Dr. Forsythe said. The oppor-
tunity for a complete check-over is
much appreciated by the graduate
students attending the Summer Ses-
sion, Dr. Forsythe added and a big
percentage of them have a physical
examination during their residence.
No plans have been made for send-
ing a physician to either of the orien-
tation week camps, but following his
usual custom, Dr. Forsythe will spend
at least one day at the men's camp

Named As Mediator

Authority On Soviet
To Speak In Detroit
Corliss Lamont, formerly professor
of philosophy at Columbia University,
will speak on "Understanding Soviet
Russia" at 8 p.m. Monday, June 11, ini
Fort Wayne Hotel, Detroit.3
Mr. Lamont, who is the son of
Thomas Lamont, Morgan partner, is
the author of "Russia Day by Day"i
and a contributor to leading American{
periodicals. He is visiting Detroit priora
to another trip to the Soviet.i
Maurice Sugar, Detroit attorney,
who will speak here National Youth
Day, will be chairman. The evening
will include a Russian musical pro-
gram and is sponsored by the Friends,
of the Soviet Union, Detroit.
WOMAN BEARS QUINTUPLETS
NORTH BAY, Ont., May 28.- (P)
-Mrs. Olivia Dionne gave birth tol
five girls at her home, a few miles
from Callander, nine miles south ofi
here, today. All are healthy.

Radio Head To Speak At
New Jersey Conference
Mc mlin Iall Aylesworth. president
of the National Broadcasting Com-
pany and Radio Keith Orpheum will
speak at the "Choosing-a-Career Con-
ference" to be held in Newark, N.J.
at the L. Bamberger & Co., June 26.
27, and 28.
Other speakers at the three-day
student meeting, which will be attend-
ed by students from distant parts
of the country will be Fannie Hurst,
.novelist; Theresa Helburn, head of
the New York Theatre Guild; and
Mary Elizabeth Sharpe, creator of the
"Mary Elizabeth" restaurant and tea
room chain.
Aylesworth will talk on radio as a
career, Miss-Hurst, on writing, and
Miss Helburn, on the theatre.
The advisory board for the choose-
a-career conference will consist of
presidents and deans of twenty of the
leading American colleges. Close to
15,000 tickets for the meeting are be-
ing distributed among colleges and
universities.'

William McFate, Managing Editor Robert Henoch, Business Manager
Davis Explains Advantage Of
Review Week Before Exams
By CLINTON B. CONGER eliminates th 1pro'bLo)m of trying to
Michigan would do well to follow get a student to Aiow his organizing
the current trend among colleges of power and general knowledge of the
having a review week between the field in the eomparatively short time
close of class periods and final exam- of three hopra .ilotted to an exam-
inations, according to Prof. Calvin 0. ination. He has given several such
Davis, secretary of the School of Edu- examinations to his classes in the
cation. School of Education, with highly
Commenting recently on a move- favorable results.
ment at the University of Minnesota,
where Dean John G. Johnson of the WHAT'S IN A NAME?
arts college is suggesting such a review SPOKANE, Wash., May 28. - (/P)
period to eliminate "high-pressure Those who have to spell it might wel-
cramming," Professor Davis pointed come the change, but those who have
out that while such an arrangement is to pronounce it see little benefit in
not strictly necessary, it would be
greatly beneficial in the case of cer- giving John George Stamanolakes
tain students and certain courses. out permission to change his name
"Tf the work is of a tvne which may

-Associated Press Photo
Charles P. Taft, of Cincinnati, son
of the former president was named by
Secretary Perkins as special mediator
in the strike at Toledo.
getting acquainted with the boys and
explaining the purposes of the Health
Service to them.

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