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December 01, 1934 - Image 6

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Seek To Link Tragedie s Through Blood Tests

Bishop Named

Chairman Of
Carnegie Body
Librarian Heads Group To
Advise Libraries Of The
Junior Colleges
Dr. William W. Bishop, librarian#
of the University, and head of thel
department of library science has
been appointed chairman of an Ad-
visory Group on Junior College Li-
braries of the Carnegie Corporation.
The Carnegie Corporation has made
grants amounting to about $2,000,-
000 to four year liberal arts col-
leges, and has now turned its at-
tention to the junior college as a
particular, field for study, and for
possible stimulation by means of
grants for, the purchase of books. It'
is to this end that the Corporation
has set up the Advisory Group.
Members of the group under the
chairmanship of Dr. Bishop are Dean
James B. Edmonson of the school of
education, and representatives from
many universities and colleges
throughout the country.
The Advisory Group is expected
to gather detailed information about
junior college libraries, and will prob-
ably publish standards for these li-
braries and others of the same na-
ture. The formation of a list of books
for such libraries is being considered
as a possibility. Later it is expected
that the group will make recommen-
dations to the Carnegie Corporation
for grants in giving aid to a selected
number of junior college libraries.
The first meeting of the group was
held in the Michigan Union, Nov. 7,
a member of the Corporation being
present, and H. C. Courlay, who
has been for several years supervis-
ing purchasing for colleges which
have received grants, was made secre-
tary of the new organization.
New Cars for Taxi Service

_ the show. Albert Cubacan's band
was originally with the show, but
didn't go far. The theater band here
-- TEC (drum and all) doesn't do the show
T H I ' 6" P 1 EN Iany good.
The chorus is only fair, the only
good number being the winter scene.
AT THE MICHIGAN friend all the way to Paris, amid a huss Jones r y uts t cntortions
*** "KANSAS CITY riot of laughter, which is about all who does some real things with his
PRINCESS" the picture has to offer. It's nothing body, and the Dolores member of the
AND STAGE SHOW but a bunch of laughs, but then that's Alfredo and Dolores team is a clever
oarineBrother odutndn ith- good for the after Thanksgiving in- dancer. The rest is an attempt to
da Farell, under the direction of Wil- digestion. give Ann Arbor an artistic show, but
awsreihel. The Passing Revue" on
the stage. Nesreel. Two manicurists from the corn it is noticeably weak in spots.
Kansas City is a town just west growing state start out to get places' The show, in comparison to those
of here a few hundred miles, and in the world, and finally get there in the larger theatres, is not excep-
until yesterday, we didn't know of (where js there, we don't know, but tional. -C.A.E.
any nobility that ever came from that's all right too). This is an in--,____-
there (unless you could call Boss ane review, but the show is just as 14
Pendergast nobility). The Warner inane.
Brothers hit, "Kansas City Princess" I "The Passing Revue," is not all Something New and
changed our views, however.-I that it's cracked up to be, but it's Startling in Haberdashery
Just who the princess is, we haven't still good. Unfortunately, the entire
as yet discovered, but it's some prai- cast is not here, but some of the best Chas. Doukas, Custom Tailor
rie flower from the great and noble acts are. The only real gap is the 1319 South University
West. She gets herself and the girl lack of some decent music to go with

-nssociaued Press Phot6
Still baffled by the deaths of three little girls and an adult couple
in Pennsylvania, authorities sought to link the two tragedies through
blood tests taken by G. N. Book (left), assistant city chemist of Carlisle,
Pa., and Dr. George R. Moffett.

Another paper on the hydrobiologi k ercu os s o
cal program will be presented by Prof.
Frank E. Eggleton. To Suspend
A paper and a demonstation will 1
be given by Prof. Arthur E. Woodhead
before the American Society of Par- Since the beginning of the current
isitologists. Prof. Alvalyn E. Wood- term five students have been forced
ward will present a paper before the! to drop out of the University because
zoology section. of tuirberculosis, Dr. William A. Brace,
Other members of the zoology de- Health Service physician stated yes-
partment who will be in attendance terday. Four of the five are upper-
at the convention are Prof. Peter'O. classmen.
Okkelberg, representing the Michigan "In the case of the freshman," Dr.!
Academy of Science, Prof. Fank N. Brace said, "the patient had the dis-
Blanchard, and Dr. LaRue. ease when he entered the University.
The *others developed it since their
terms of residence began."*
Sty.den tLife To IDr. Brace said that all of the pa-
tients have been sent to sanatariums,
Be Featured In and that in all instances they will be
able to resume their studies in six
a .months to two years.
io i ro rani "Students are at the age when they
~__are especially subject to the dangers
of tuberculosis," Dr. Brace remarked,
University Of Michigan "and if the disease is discovered soon
WT1 Be Represented Tn enough, it may be treated with a
WilBe.Rep r eminimum amount of loss of time from
College Series Dec. 14 studies and chances of recovery are
very good."
Student life at the University of Danger signals of a tubercular con-
Michigan will e featured in a half- dition were listed by Dr. Brace as
hour radio program at 9 p.m. Friday, follows: a chronic cold and cough; I
Dec. 14, over station WSM, Nashville, pleurisy; unexplained loss of weight;
Tenn. easy fatigue; and spitting of blood,
More than 30 outstanding colleges The physician said that any of these
and universities are featured in symptoms are ample Cause for a
drama, music and song each Monday thorough chest examination which, in
and Friday evening by a cast of more most cases, icludes an X-Ray.
than 50 characters. Called "Amer- Good rest, fresh air, and sufficient
ica's Tribute To Education" the pro- food were described by Dr. Brace as
grain consists of a 30 minute radio the best preventives of the disease.
newsreel depicting the history of the These he said were included in the
school,student life, and athletics, ordinary practice of personal hygiene.
A short sketch of the history of "We have found many students who
the University in drama form has break down with tuberculosis have
been prepared for the Michigan pro- been carrying too heavy a load,' Dr.
gram by Wilfred B. Shaw, director Brace stated; "both as far as studies
of Alumni Relations. Band arrange- are concerned and outside jobs." He
ments of Michigan songs' have been also said that lack of sufficient food
sent to the musical director of WSM
and an incident from some sporting
event is being prepared by the Ath- EXPERT PRINTING
letic Association. LETTERHEADS - ENVELOPES
One other Michigan school, the T h e AT H E NS PRESS
University of Detroit, will be featuredA
on a future program. The Detroit 206 N. Main -Downtown
broadcast will be presented Dec. 17. __Nextttoto____________
hir -- a AL 7* 1K -- £7 __ 1 W 711 I

University Work
accounted for a great deal of the
Exposure to the disease should al-
ways be followed by an examination,
the physician said. "In a good many
instances this is not done and trouble
results." '
"Students who think that they have
an iron constitution are those who
do often contract tuberculosis," Dr.
Brace stated. "They think 'nothing
will happen to me' and forget that
their bodies are not made of iron, but
flesh and blood, which must be
handled with care."




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A man and his wife
who had just returned from a round-
the-world cruise spoke of Chesterfield
as scan international cigarette."

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Vacuum tin of 50- air
tight-water tight-f ally
protected even if sub-
merged in water.

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You may purchase them on nearly
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We believe you will agree
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In the making of Chest-
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Smokers say...
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