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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1936

U
U

Takes Strange 'Trip'

-Associated Press Phot.
Sir Joseph Bracroft (above),
University of Cambridge physiol-
ogy professor, told an audience at
Yale University, New Haven, of
freezing himself into the border-
land of insanity.

ggr y T p ktee. A definite date has not yet been Five Yo tls Arrested longing to the father o
aTset for Mr. Murphys appearance. when arrested on Ca
On The Loose-Only Here In Fortnight Democratic state headquarters al- For Numerous Thefts near the University H
soplan to have three of Mr. Murphy's Five Ann Arbor youths, ranging in -
Snake In The Gyrass Frank Murphy, Democratic can- running mates appear here with age from nine to 16, were taken into
didate for governor of Michigan, will him. They are Prentiss Brown, can- custody by police late Tuesday night Cooper's Hose, 4F
Finding a snake in the grass is not in Ann Arbor within two didate for United States senator, and linked with numerous petty Cooper's Shorts. 3
speak i n ro ihntoweeks,
is bad as coming across a snake in . Theodore Fry, state treasurer who is tlhefts. The boy,1llmebrs o aurn
he halls of the Natural Scienceit was announced yesterday by Wil- di reelctionanrGeorgeth oys, al membs of a K UH
Building!liath Waltz, chairman of the Wash- dry, the state's youngest county clerk "gang, were released.
The halls were dimly lighted-one tenaw County Democratic Commit- and candidate for auditor-general. The boys were riding in a car be- 205 East Lib
,,ay shone from the floor above. A -t- -- - - -
aote on the bulletin board near the
ntrance to the auditorium caught'
he eye of a Daily reporter, and he
lecided to investigate. He stepped
>ver to the board, when he heard a
sinister swish, and "Pfsst! Hisss!"
Glancing down, he leaped back so
ar and so suddenly that he almost
oppled down the top flight of stairs.
Standing on one of the lower steps-
tt a safe distance-he collected hisM
vits, and looked more closely at a -HC OT
.oiled up snake in front of the board,
resembling, in the gloom, a dragon
zuarding the gates of a castle. Being
Zeither the Siefried nor Frank Buck
type, he was content to survey the
cene from a distance, deciding that
,he note was probably not very im-
)ortant, anyways.
After a few tense moments, a wom-
in student came into the hall, and
ie chivalrously pointed out the snake
o her. She tenderly called it by
'lame, but it was clearly in a bad
mood, for it also spit at her. TheF0
calm you1ig lady explained that it was
only a harmless corn snake, and real-
ly nothing to be afraid of, but she
called a male member of her class to
restore the snake to its cage.
He went home to sleep, but also
to dream-ah, there was the rub.
Junior Chamber To
Hear C. A. Pacquin
C. A. Paquin of Lansing, head of
the education division of the State
Conservation Department, will ad-
dress members of the Junior Cham- (SEASON TICKETS)
ber of Commerce at its monthly meet-
ing at 6:30 p.m. today at the Union.
Edward Kennedy of Kalamazoo,
chairman of the State Committee on
Conservation of the Junior Chamber,
will be chairman of the meeting. NS
Franklin Forsythe, president of the
local organization, was chosen chair-
man of the resolutions committee at
the state convention of the organiza-
tion last week held at Battle Creek.
I WI TT 1 t T T' T

O

f one of them
therine Street
ospital.
pr. $1.00
for $1.00
N'S
erty

board; 'and Miss Dorothy Ketcham jThree new men have been added
social service director of the Uni- to the staff of the economics depart-
versity Hospital. ment this fall in the capacities of lec-
turer, assistant professor and in-
structor.
any M ethods Dr. Ralph L. Dewey of Ohio State,
24, will be a lecturer during the com-
ing year. A member of the American
UsedTo EvaOde Economic Association and the Sta-
tistical American Association, Dr.
Pure Food Act Dewey has served on the Federal
Power Commission, the Division of
Transportation and Communication
(Continued from Page 1) and the Bureau of Foreign and Dd-
mestic Commerce. He is a member
do nothing because the drug taken of Phi Beta Kanpa, and studied for
had not set up any standards of its his Ph.D. at Michigan.
own. Edgar M. Hoover, of Harvard, '29,
Cosmetics, too, Dr. Nelson said, are has been appointed to a position as
uncontrolled as to purity or toxicity assistant professor. He taught at
of ingredients. Harvard from 1930 to 1935, and held
Advertising of drugs is under no the Henry Russel Shaw Travelling
stress, as a whole, to be truthful, he Fellowship.
pointed out, although the Federal Edward C. Simmons has been ap-
Trade Commission, upon complaint pointed to an instructorship. He was
from a manufacturer, may issue graduated from Ohio State Univer-
"cease and desist" orders in regard to sity in 1931, and taught there in 1932.
a specific piece of advertising. He has taught at Wayne University
Still another defect in the law for the past two years. Simmons held
which Dr. Nelson listed was the light- the joint fellowship of the Brookings
ness of the penalties imposed in suc- Institute and Ohio State University,
cessful court actions against food or and he has worked with Dr. Jacob
drug manufacturers. Seizure of the Winer of the United States Treasury
misbranded or adulterated articles, or department. He is a member of Phi
criminal prosecution of the manufac- Beta Kappa.
turer are the only procedures open
to the Food and Drug Administration Royal S. Copeland of New York, it
when it detects the interstate passage was amended, finally passed, sent to
of such articles, he pointed out. the House for hearings, which Dr.1
Seizure, he added, usually means only Nelson stated were sensational, butl
a slight monetary loss to a manufac- never reported in the press and was
turer, and does not prevent immed- amended to give the Federal Trade
iate resumption of business; crim- Commission control over advertising
inal prosecution often is not success- provisions of the bill. Eventually, he
ful because witnesses can always be concluded', the Senate and House
found who will swear to the powers of could not agree over the House
the drug or patent medicine in ques- amendment and the bill died.
tion. Likewise, the Administration The pharmacological division
has no power to enjoin manufacturers which Dr. Nelson set up, however,
from putting out a mislabelled or has met with the approval of his
adulterated article. former superiors in the Department
Questioned about the Copeland- of Agriculture, and is now function-
Tugwell bill, Dr. Nelson declared that ing under the direction of Dr. Herbert
it would have been an improvement, O. Calvery, formerly of the physiolog-
but was killed by the opposition of ical chemistry department here and
various interested groups. After in- assistant to Dr. Nelson in the Admin-
troduction into the Senate by Sen. istration.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETD
(Continued from Page 4)
at 8 p.m. in the church recreation
hall. A score of games including
table tennis, shuffle board, quoits,
darts, monopoly and group singing of

at 8:30

A. M!.

favoritec
teresting
gardless
invited.

songs will provide an in-
evening. All students re-
of religious affiliation are
No charge.

ORDERS Received Up To Noon, Friday, Oct. 9, With Remittance To Cover,
Will Be Filled In Advance In Sequence - $10.00 - $8.50 - $7.00 - $5.00.

Congregational Students and their
friends are invited to a party in the
parlors of the Congregational Church,
Friday evening. Dancing from 9 to
12 p.m. Music furnished by Ray
Carry and his orchestra.
The Hillel Independents will hold
their opening meeting Sunday, Oct.
11, promptly at 8:30 p.m. There will
be a business meeting after which
Dr. Raphael Isaacs will address the
group. Everyone is cordially invited.

10-ALL-STAR CONCERT

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