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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ESIX THE.MICHIGAN.DAIL

Health Service
Condemns Usea
Of Raw Milk
Some Boarding Houses Are
Reported To Be Serving
'Dangerous' Product
Evidence has come to the attention
of the Health Service that some
boarding houses have again resorted
to the practice of serving raw milk,
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
the Health Service, reported yester-
day.
"This ill-advised move in the inter-
ests of economy has proved very cost-.
ly in the past," Dr. Forsythe stated.
"In the summer of 1916 over 60 cases
of typhoid and three student deaths
were traced to one farm which was
selling raw milk in the city. There
also occurred at one time about 60
cases of septic sore throat and ton-
silitis among students which were
traced to one large boarding house
serving raw milk."
Dr. Forsythe said that no cases as
yet have been traced to raw milk, but
remarked that the situation resembled
a "case of dynamite" unless it was
remedied. The most common diseases
traced to raw milk are septic sore
throat, typhoid, diphtheria, scarlet
fever, and undulant fever.
The physician said that the con-
trol of the source of milk is vested
in the city health department, but
because of the attitude of many in-
fluential people who believe that raw
milk is good for babies, and should be
available for them, enforcement of;
the ordinance against the sale of raw
milk has been hampered.
"Drinking raw milk is definitely;
dangerous," Dr. Forsythe remarked,
"and particularly so if the milk is
gathered from a number of different
farms.
Dr. Forsythe said that the number
of places where raw milk is served in
violation'of the ordinance is probably
not very large as yet. He added,
however, that it is up to students to
investigate the source of the milk
served to them, in order to protect
themselves from the danger, and to
insist that pasteurized milk be served.
Skiing Accidents
Put 2 In Hospital
Skiing, tobogganing, and coasting
accidents during the week-end re-
sulted in two serious injuries, at-
tendants at the Health Service stated
yesterday. One student suffered a
broken arm and another a head in-
jury and bruises about the face. Both
were confined to the University Hos-
pital.
A possible broken shoulder, minor
injuries and lacerations were treated
at the Health Service as a result of
other winter sport accidents.
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director
of the Health Service, when asked
about these accidents said that there1
always was a number of more or less
serious accidents resulting from
coasting, skiing, and tobogganing,
and that this number was not unus-
ual.

Probes Campus Reds

-Associated Press Photo.
Named to head a committee of five
of the Wisconsin state Senate to in-
vestigate alleged Communist activ-
ities at the University of Wisconsin
and the nine state teachers collegesI
was Senator E. R. Brunette (above) of
Green Bay.
TH E SCREEN
AT THE MICHIGAN
"WINGS IN THE DARK"
A Paramount picture starring Myrna
Loy and featuring Cary Grant, Roscoe
Karns, and Russell Hoptone Also a
Kiddiekolor Novelty - too sweetish; a
Candid Camera newsreel affair of some
of the "great" people of Europe; a,
finr; Color Cartoon of a radio program,
with some excellent imitations; and a
news reel.
Air films have had their first flush
of Hollywood glory. They came in a
sequence, much as did the first mu-
sicals. the gangster pictures, Dickens
revivals, "collegiate" pictures. and the
other "types." For this reason the ap-,
lpearance of another air film- blue:'int
s-it. . r o4 $ t n n rn 491 t 1/ic..

A.S.M.E. Group
Will Feature
Talks,_Movies
Picture On Suspension
. Bridges To Be Shown
Tomorrow Night
A seven-reel motion picture, "The
Span Supreme," which deals with the
construction of suspension bridges,
will feature the Wednesday meeting
of the American Society of Mechan-
ieal Engineers. The meeting will start
at 7:30 p.m., in'Room 348 West En-
gineering Building.
The first few minutes will be oc-
cupied with the reading of student
papers on technical and non-tech-
nical subjects. These papers will be
judged by a committee of three fac-
ulty members: Prof. J. E. Emswiler
of the department of mechanical en-
gineering; Prof. R. D. Brackett of the
engineering English department; and
one member of the aeronautical en-
gineering department
Papers will be judged on general
interest and presentation. The win-
ner of this contest will be the Uni-
versity representative at the Mid-
West Conference of the A.S.M.E. to
be held on April 29-30 in Chicago. The
Society . will furnish transportation
expenses.
A second contest will be held at
the Conference, and the best paper
will be awarded $50, the second paper
$25, and the third $10.
Debate Team Wins
Froml Northwestern
The affirmative women's debating
team won from Northwestern Uni-
versity's negative team in a debate
held at 7:45 p.m. last night at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The single critic judge, Prof. Nich-
olas Weiss of the speech departmenta
of Albion College, awarded the de-

with a star of the magnitude of Miss ciSion to the University team on the
Loy is mildly interesting, to say the basis of superior strategy, although he
least. jsid that the cases presented by both
Miss Loy is cast as a barnstorming teams were equal. Dr. Mary Van Tuyl
aviatrix who sacrifices herself for the of the psychology department was
good of a blind young flyer (Cary chairman of the debate.
Grant) whom she loves. "Wings in the The members of the team, coached
Dark" comes to an obvious climax by Floyd K. Riley of the speech de-
when Blindflyer Grant races to the partment, were Eleanor Blum, cap-
tescue of his girl, who is fog-bound tain, '35, Katherine Stoll, '35-'37L,
after nearly completing a Moscow- and Dorothy Saunders, '35. The ques-
New York hop. Photographers' flash- tion debated was "Resolved: That the
light bulbs flare, restore his sight. Several Nations Should Declare Gov-
"Wings in the Dark" is boring, quite ernment Monopolies on the Manufac-
unedifying, and relieved only by Miss ture and Sale of all Combat Instru-
Loy and Grant, a most gratifying ,ments of War."
pair. I The negative team, composed of
Typical of the Hearst-led anti- Betty Smith, '35Ed., captain, Barbara
Communist scare is a newsreelish fea- iLut ts, '36, and Esther Burns; '36, will
ture of the world's "leaders," which go to Columbus March 1 to debate
include such small-fry as Prajad- Ohio State University's affirmative
hipok, Haakon X, Gustav V, Michael team.
of Roumania, King Carol, and omits ---.-
entirely Russia and socialism-builder
Josef Stalin. NEW SUEDE JACKETS
On the right side of the Michigan in BROWN and GRAY.
program ledger may be cited the Pleated Backs - Zipper Front
color cartoon, which has laughable
caricatures of many idols of the Chas. Doukus - Haberdashery
straphanging class. 1319 South University
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