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MONDAY, DEC. 13, 1937

Needy Persons In The University Hospital Will e Helped
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Goodfellow GiftsI
Reunite Families
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Goodfellow Money Aids Students
Through Deans' Goodwill Fund


I2 v Jo r1e 1 i.m e Students who are financially hard- kept from leaving school by a grant
recsed because of ill-health or tem- after she was injured and could not
The gifts to the Goodfellow drive >orary circumstances, may receive aid work.
The fund was first raised during
this year will probably help in bring- rm the Goodfellow money whic the depression years by students who
ltheadepression yearsnbyGstudentsFwho
Christmas, Everett R. Hames, direc- jonated to the Student Goodwill Fund campaigned for funds on the campus
tor of the Community Fund, stated )f the Dean of Students. and downtown.
in an interview recently. About one-fourth of the receipts The grants are in the form of out-
It is frequently found by the Fam- of the sale go to this fund which is right donations, to be repaid when the
ily Welfare Bureau that because of aken are of by voluntary donations student desires. They are made at
y W a u u trom class dances and other sources, the discretion of the dean upon ap-
various financial and family difficul-I and which has no regular endow- plication by the students in need.
ties that many parents desert their ment. The money received is di-
families to escape intolerable con- vided between the office of the Dean isrndeerative
'ditions or to put their families on of Students and the Offices of the~. i o p rtv
relief. Dean of Women. Dean Bursley and
Oftentimes a husband feels im- Dean Lloyd are in charge of making Starts Diet Table
pelled to flee from the relaties of a the grants.
bad home situation. The pregnancy The special purpose of the fund is Those worried parents who feared
of a mother who already has several to meet emergencies which make their offspring would not get suf-
children frequently causes a father thigs especially difficult for certain ficient nourishment at the Girls'
to leave home in desperation, he said. students and may force them to Cooperative can lay aside their ceres
The work of the Family Welfare leave school. Students who are in -the cooperative the, week initiated
Bureau is often to rehabilitate such ill-health and who do not have money a diet table.
families and teach them to help for medical care, or are forced to When 13 of the 20 girls discovered
themselves, or to prevent such situa- carry on board jobs, are usually given that co-op fare was playing havoc
tions from occuring. Iaid. In special cases others who need with their stylish-like figures, it was
By reaching these families the ethn books or other school articles democratically decided by the tra-
Biy reangese amilives tereaied.ditional one member-one vote meth-
Famly elfre urau ave goein IOne cease arose where a student , od that something should be done.
mental agencies thousands of dol-C with injured legs was forced to stand Wtih the aid of the Health Service
tars by helping readjust their family several hours each day washing diet sheets, slimming meals were
life and keeping them from going dishes. Near the end of the year he i ed ande13 sliying gls are
on relief. became worn .out and needed some n larranged and 13 selfpityng girls are
The funds contributed by the relief to keep going in his work. In nes ls.Tg o tuaeseen still
Goodfellows last year was instrumen- another case a woman student was less meals. The fortunate seven still
tal in reuniting at least a half dozen rat make the best ofruiandpi fbfhe
families and it is possible to do morert h euae
this year, Mr. Hames feels. . U.S. PASSENGERS SAVED
FeelsGerm anyA)-The Shanghi office of the Dollar TYPEWRITERS
Line announced today that the liner
N tPresident McKinley had reached the flI ED C
W ill Not Regain grounded President Hoover and was RI
taking the Hoover passengers off the 302 South State Street
Mo* island on which they were stranded.
(aone oloniesirm 2

University Hospital is the largest in the state and one of the medical centers of the United States. Funds to
aid patients in it exceed $34,000 including that made by the Goodfellow Drive.
Stokers Who Use University Hospital Trust Funds
Bituminous Coal Amount To More Than $34,000
M a y I n r e a s e lLargest Trust Is $21,500; Memorial and the King's Daughters
TheGoodfellow Daily To Give Assistance.
The number of automatic stokers The former was established in 1915
burning bituminous coal will prob- $150 For Needy Patients by Walter Gradle of Chicago in mem-
ably increase from 2,500 sold in 1931 ory of his wife. Income from it is
to 11,000 at the end of this winter, In giving $150 to the University used for the benefit of the children's
Prof. Ransom S. Hawley of the en- Hospital, the Goodfellow Daily is fol- ward in the University Hospital.
gineering college said in an interview lowing persons and organizations that The latter was established in 1931
yesterday. have contributed more than $34,000) by King's Daughters of Michigan. The
income is spent by the Social Service
Professor Hawley believes that the in the form of trust funds to that in- department of the hospital for bene-
most important thing in the develop- stitutioh for aid to children and needy fit of worthy patients. Contributions
ment of the automatic stoker and its patients. to patients will be in the nature of
application to home use is the dis- The largest fund is the Palmer ? loans, which, as repaid, will be re-
covery of producing dustless coal by Memorial Free Bed. This was estab- turned to the income portion of this
spraying it with oil or calcium chlor- lished in 1903 by request of Love M. fund.
ide. The old method of wetting coal Palmer of Ann Arbor and amounts to Three hundred and fifty dollars is
by water proved inefficient because $21,500. The income from this money in the Margaret Lordan fund, which
as soon as the water dried the dust is used to support and maintain free was established in 1925 by an anony-
began to accumulate again, but in beds in the Dr. A. B. Palmer Memorial mous donor. The income is used "for
the new method the coal may remain Ward of the hospital. the happiness of the children at the
untouched for as long as six months; The second largest amount is in the University Hospital."
and still remain dustless, he said. Anna M. Hendee Aid of $4,635.79,' The Sarah M. Brace Memorial
"Two of the greatest saving of the which was established in 1920 by be- Fund amounts to $75, and was estab-
stoker lie in the fact that it uses the quest of Anna M. Hendee of Portland, lished in 1933 by the University Hos-
smaller nut coal and can be attached Mich. The income is used to defray pital Circle of King's Daughters and
to almost any boiler or furnace. The medical and hospital expenses of poor the Educational Committee of the
ashes come out in the form of a clin- persons who are not county charges. King's Daughters of Ann Arbor as a
ker, which can easily be removed The Hannah E. Davis Hospital Fund memorial to Mrs. Sarah M. Brace.
with special tongs, instead of fine of $2,054.05 is the third largest trust The annual income is used to provide
ashes which would necessitate hours It was established in 1900 by bequest a subscription to the National Geo-
of needless cleaning and sweeping. of Hannah E. Davis of Newcastle, Ind. graphic Magazine for the- children's
These factors form two of the stok- The income from it is used at the dis- ward.
er's most important selling points," j cretion of the President to provide - 7._
Professor Hawley said. for the hospitalization of needy pa- Stalin Unannous
"People have been educated to tients in the University Hospital. .s
comfort, convenience and cleanliness Two thousand dollars is in the Choice OfIR ssians.
by advertisers of oil burners, electric Treadwell Free Bed Fund which was
refrigerators, washing machines and established in 1901 with the proviso MOSCOW, Dec. 12.-(A-With
radios with lazy tuning devices. that the sum be deposited by the
But the furnace and all the mess that University in the State treasury. In- bands playing and red banners fly-
goes with black, dirty, dusty coal had terest received is used to support a ing, the Soviet masses literally pa-'
been almost completely neglected un- free bed in the University Hospital for raded to the polls today and elected
til about 10 years ago. The stoker's some poor and deserving patient. a supreme Soviet with Joseph Stalin,
ability to improve these conditions The Lelia M. Coolidge Free Bed their undisputed leader, the unani-
in the home has been directly re- Fund, established in 1912 by bequest mous choice for one of the seats.
sponsible for its enormous increase in of Lelia M. Coolidge of Grand Rap- The first secret, direct election in
sales," he concluded. ids, amounts to $1,800. The income the history of Russia brought out1
is used to provide free beds at the most of the 90,000,000 qualified elec-
Refuses To Let Pull hospital for poor and deserving pa- tors. The voting for 1,143 members
tients. of the two chamber parliament vir-
Raise Student M arksThere are two hospital funds of tually was a ratification of nomina-
1$1,000 each, the Mary Skeels Gradle i tions made a month ago.

(Continued from page 2>
gold was recently discovered in the I
As far as the Pacific Islands are
'concerned, Professor Calderwood be-
lieves it is certain that Japan will not
give up her share.
Australia, too, has reiterated many'
times the feeling that she cannot be
expected to give up the tremendous
amount of capital invested in im-
provements for the benefit of her
New Zealand, at the present, a
strong advocate of collective security
arrangements, might have considered
the return of her mandates to the
Weimar Republic but not to the pres-
ent Nazi government with its totali-
tarian ideas, Professor Calderwood
The possibility of Germany obtain-
ing some of the Portuguese colonies
is not very great, Professor Calder-
wood said. An interesting occurrence
in connection with this development
is the publication of a Portuguese bul-
letin purporting to prove the superior-
ity of Portuguese administration over
that of all other colonial powers. This
might very well be an advance guard
against possible German charges of
maltreatment of natives such as those
preceding the Italian entrance into
Salvation Army Feeds
Homeless At Christmas
While most of Ann Arbor sits down
to its Christmas turkey, the local
branch of the Salvation Army will be
busily rushing bushel baskets cram-
med full of food to indigent families.
And those baskets will be the final
i fruition of weeks of work, accord-
ing to Major A. J. Robbins of the
local Salvation Army branch.
Already the "Salvation Army has
had its Christmas kettles on down-
town streets for two weeks.

Chris tmas Gifts
that Last .
She will always cherish the
beautiful linens that you give
her. Every girl has an import-
ant place for them in her home,
and the more she receives the
happier she will be.
- Always Reasonably Priced -


Each year fraternities bring Christ-
mas trees, toys and other gifts froml

their parties. Miss Ketcham said,
adding that the hospital appreciates MANILA, P.I. (Via Clipper) -
everything that is sent in for the pa- (Special to the Daily)--Resignation
tients that will help make their over violations of academic freedom
Chlristmas season more enjoyable are found all over the world-but the
and cheerful. funniest of recent months in the
war-striken Orient is that of Dr. R. C.
Randall Describes Yuson, assistant professor of ra-
diology of the University of Santo
Radiation Methodl Tomas here.
Dr. Yuson threatened resignation
recently because the president of
The development of apparatus for Santo Tomas attempted to make him
measuring heat radiations up to raise the grade of one Nora Diokno.
waves of .1 millimeter in length was f Yuson charged pressure was exerted:
described in i lecture, "Far Infra-red on the president and that there was
Experimental Methods, Spectromet- no real reason for the change.
ers, and Crystal Growing Technique," Finally he resigned because the
given recently by Prof. Harrison M. president demanded he present his
Randall at a meeting of the in- old class books to the, university say-
fra-red seminar in the Physics Staff ing, the old class books are not saved
Room. and could not be presented. tOher
"This is a field in which little university men here found the matter
work has been done, because there less funny than did the general public
are only minute amounts of energy and openly wished that standards
in a wave of that length," Professor "similar to those in the United
Randall stated. States" prevailed in the Islands

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