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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bradbury Tells
Of Strange Sex
Records Here
Uiversity .Hospital DoctorE
Relates . Wierd Stories
Of Undetermined Sex

This Time It Is Wisconsin Cheese.

(Continued from Page 1)
nine-year-old child who came under
Dr. Bradbury's observation. After
having matriculated in school as a
girl, the child's parents decided she
was a boy, changed the style of her
clothing and rushed her back to the
same school, where her companions
continued using her feminine name
despite the new raiment and pro-
fessed sex. Examination showed the
child to be a girl who had been mas-
culinized to such an extent that her
sex was confusing. Dr. Bradbury was
unable to account positively for ther
masculine features but asserted that
records of medical literature include
cases of adrenal tumors which pro-
duce precocious development in boys
and masculine tendencies in girls.
Cases in which the tumor can be re-
moved always revert back to normal
he said, and there are also rare in- From sniff to whiff, Vice-Pres
stances in which tumors of certain Wisconsin cheese brought by Sen. F
glands produce feminization of the so recently Vice-President Garner a
male. Extreme cases of this nature President is usually honor guest
require meticulous handling to keep products.
the morbid disillusionment of the pa-
tient from causing suicide. Such ex-
aggerations, however, Dr. Bradbury
belives, are practically negligible in V
number,
The usual case, the case which an- n Tout Le M o
nually brings worried hundreds to the
hospital, is latent development. These
are consoled with reassuring pep Former Students Operate
talks, or in extreme cases the doctors;
advise the injection of sex hormones Bureau Of Information,
to hasten or increase the process. Making A Living - Just
Hormones, authorities now believe,.
are the sex determining agents of I By STANLEY U. WINTON
the body and the relative masculinity For the straight dope on everything
of feminity is directly dependent on o
the scarcity or profusion of these from horse races to the name of that
agents. The discovery of sex hor-: beautiful blond in your English class,
nmones, a spectacular achievement of call 3121.
organic chemistry since 1929, has Conceived by two former Michigan
joined the hands of biology and i students, Jim Mudge and George
chemistry in explaining the phenom- Marvin, "3121" is dedicated to the
enon cf the animal nervous system in proposition that anyone with a good
terms of chemical reactions. idea can make a living. The pair

Senior Class
Presidents To
Aliiiu- Aair Ac,,,()41fioi Nod
Class Officers' Council
Are To BeExplained
In an effort to acquaint under-I
graduates with the functions of the
Alumni Association and the Class
Officers' Council, presidents of senior
classes of schools on campus are this
week being interviewed by Robert O.
Morgan, secretary r; the Council.
Mr. Morgan has interviewed senior
class presidents of six of the 10 1
schools on campus to inform them of
Alumni functions and they in turn
pass on the information to the class
members in class meetings. The meet-
ings are designed to make the seniors
alumni conscious so that they can or-
ganize before they graduate and lose
their identity as classes.
Under the system of the Class Of-
ficers' Council, a class secretary is
appointed by the president to serve
during the first five years of alumni
life. Information pertaining to mem-
bers of the class is sent in to him by
the individual members and he sends
it to the Class Officers' Council in
Alumni Memorial Hall where it is
mimeographed and sent out as a class
letter to all class members, thus help-
ing to keep the class united.
Senior class presidents who have
been interviewed so far include: John
S. MacDonald of the architecture
school; Edward Slezak of the School
of Education; Marion Hoover of the
forestry school; Richard W. Ashley
of the Medical School; Maurice Ge-
row of the Music School; and Robert
Laitner of the Business Administra-
tion School. Still to be interviewed
are presidents of the senior classes

Rescued After Five Days In Ice

Used Car Dealers Report
Drive Opening A Success
Ann Arbor dealers report a good
Listed ar Exchange Week drive which
responrsv to the first, few days of thLe
oe atg celebrated throug'hout the
iation this week.
The two-fold purposie of the dlve
which is being sponsored by the auto-
mobile industry is to increase used car
sales which in turn will open the way
to sales of new cars, stimulate bus-
iness and help the employment sit-
uation and to bring about the removal
of obsolete, inefficient automobiles
from the highways to improve high-
way safety.
Conlined For 194 Days,
He Now Will Be Tried
After being confined in county jail
for 194 days while awaiting Circuit
Court arraignment, John Hackley, 52
years old, Detroit, finally went on
trial before Judge George W. Sample
yesterday.
The case, first to be heard by a
jury on the March docket, is de-
ciding whether Hackley is guilty of
larceny from a building.
WALTZ AND TAPPING SPEAK
Erie T. Hawley Tapping, general secre-
ree tary of the Alumni Association, and
ecil !Stanley G. Waltz, manager of the
Union, spoke last night at a dinner
ed. meeting of the University of Mich-
'igan Club of Saginaw.

The tu ' Cecil Wt. (in foreground) was trapped in the ice of Lake E
off Port Burwell, Ot.. for fire days bfore rescue boats arrived. Th
mercy tugs are shown here fi hting their way toward the craft. C(
Martin, 21, and his father. William, 52, apparently were unharmn
The picture was taken from the Detroit News airplane.

ident Garner gets acquainted with
. Ryan Duffy to Senate lunch where
ate Rhode Island oysters. The Vice-
t at feasts promoting home-state
Straight Dope
mnde - - And How-!

nership in June, with one continuingI
"3121." Mudge, who plans to return

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to school in September, remains op- of the pharmacy college, literary col-
timistlc about the whole affair, lge, Law School and engineering
college.
Mr. Morgan emphasized that col-
lection of class dues now going on
Atkinson Gives Report on campus is an important part of
On Cerro Petrified Forest preparation for alumni life as funds
now collected go to defray the ex-
A report by Eugene Atkinson on pense of sending out the letters to the
the Cerro. Cuadrado Petrified Forest class members.
featured this week's Botanical Club The system of interviewing class
officers was inaugurated by Mr. Mor-
meeting held last night in Room 1139 gan when he became Council secre-
Natural Science puilding. tary in 1935. Other officers of the
Other discussions on the program Council are: Harold S. Brown, '10,
were led by Harmon Dunham, Grad., Detroit, chairman; Mrs. Robert W.
Jean Bertram, '39, and Hoy Chatters, Sinclair, '08, Detroit, vice-chairman;{
Grad., Prof. C. A. Arnold of the bot- and H. Bruce Palmer, '31, Ann Arbor,
any department was chairman. treasurer.

STI"1"ONERY CLEARANCE
Several Hundred Boxes of Slightly
Soiled and Odd-Lot Stationery.....
WAHR'S BOOKSTORES

D ~A
BULLEIN
(Conthmued from Page 4)
Michigan Dames and their husbands
are invited. You must call Mrs.
Pierce Brodkorb, 21604, for reserva-3
tions by Friday.

heard of an information service in
Muskegon and decided to try one on
Ann Arbor. It was successful, they
maintain.
The phone in their tiny office at
Room 220, Nickels Arcade rings be-
tween 50 and 75 times during the
average day. When a Michigan team '
is competing the number will go as
high as 125. The seeker-after-infor-
inatiun is first barraged with a brief
advertisement and then told the exact
time. After that, if he desires, he

316 SOUTH STATE STREET

103 NORTH MAIN STREET

Ill

University Oratorical Contest: Pre- can ask other questions.
liminaries for the University Ora- A Western Union ticker tape for-
torieal Contest will be held Thursday, inerly provided immediate scores for
March 17, 4 p.m., 4003 Angell Hall. all types of sporting events. Last
A copy of the oration is to be handed week, however, it was removed
in at that time. A five minute talk ('they're very expensive") until the
given: Register in Speech Office, baseball season starts. Anyway, most
Room. 3211 Angell Hall Iof the requests are for theatre sched-
ules, with other popular questions be-
ing about game scores, the location
$twdr es interested in religious of streets, radio programs and the be-
work are invited to meet at Laneginghorfcnets Itrst
Hall' for lunch on Thursday. Kenneth ;inlyg hour of concerts. Interest-
Morgan t l 1speak. Call Lane Hall ingly enough, most inquiries about
Morgresaionsk. Cradio center around the Ford Sunday
for reservations. IEvening hour. After the Tommy Dor-
sey concert, "3121" was often asked
play of your athletic abilities this when Dorsey was on the air.
ay, yMarch 11 at the Roger Wil- In addition to their information
Hams Guild Indoor Track Meet. All center, Mudge and Marvin also fur-
track and meld events to participate nish "advertising ideas." Eventually
in-len's see you this Friday!r t they hope to work that business into
--' y h dsomething important and handle
Crop and Saddle: Ride Thursday at some of the class dance advertise-
5. Meet at Barbour Gymnasium. All ients.
those wishing to go, please call Dor- The pair are breaking up their part-
othy White at 2-2591 before Thurs- - -
day noon. ' meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the
League.
The Graduate Outing Club will The tickets committee will meet at
meet at Lane Hall at 7:45 Saturday 4:15 p.m. tomorrow at the League.
evening and will go to the Intramural There will be a meeting of the pub-
Building for Swimming. The group licity committee at' 5 p.m. tomorrow
will return to Lane Hall later in the at the League.
evening for games and refreshments.
All graduate students are welcome. Wednesday, 3-3:30 p.m. Class in
Stage and Radio Diction, taught by
Junior Girls Play Committee Meet- G. E. Densmore, Associate Professor
wngs: The properties committee will of Speech, (WJR).
Speed Graphic
Camera
A 4 x 5 Speed Graphic Camera, with
f 4.5 Zeiss Tessar lense and Compur
Shutter will be sold to the highest bidder.
List price $125.00. Cannot be distin-
guished from new camera. Leave name,
address and bid at Board office in Student

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