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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rebuilt 95-Ton Atom-Smasher'

Future ,School
Is Considered

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Political Machines A. K. Stevens Will Lead Deutscher Verein To Meet
Influence Election, Cooperative Discussion The Deutscher Verein, student Ger-
A. K. Stevens of the English de- man organization, will hold it' regu-
Claims Muyskenslabiwelmetn at81pm.
partment will lead a group discus- lar bi-weekly meeting at 8:15 p.m.
sion of cooperatives to be held at 3 Tuesday in the Michigan Union. In-
By ELIZABETH M. SHAW formal talks, refreshments, singing
"Give me the political machine and p.m. today at the Rochdale House, of German songs and a demonstra-
which all members of campus co- k tion of German folkdances will be
you can have the press and radio, operatives are invited to attend.' featured at the meeting,
Prof. John H. Muyskens of the pho-oo

than to living tissues. In activated
table salt, doctors hope to find a cure
for leukemia, an incurable form of
cancer caused by an excess of white
blood cells.
The radio-active salt, when inject-
ed into the blood, will kill som. of
these surplus cells. Its 'superiority
over other methods lies in the fact
that it loses half of its power in 15
hours and disintigrates into harm-
less elements. Experiments are be-
ing conducted by the University Hos-
pital in conjunction with the Physics
department to investigate the possi-
bility of these treatments.
Radio-active phosphorus produced
by the cyclotron is being used by
Prof. Felix G. Gustafson of the Bot-
any department to investigate the
flow of minerals in plants. The phos-
phorus is placed in the soil sur-
rounding the plant, and its progress
and concentration is detected by
means of a Geiger counter, an instru-
ment which detects the presence of
radio-active radiations.

American Education

Week i

begins Today
"Education for Tomorrow's Ameri-

ca" is the theme of American Educa-'netics department commented when{
tion Week, beginning today and con- discussing campaign methods used by
tinuing through Saturday. politicians.
A nation-wide observance, Ameri- It doesn't make a bit of difference
can Education Week in sponsored by what the papers say about you, or
the National Education Association, how slanderous it may be, said Pro-I
the American Legion, and the United
States office of Education. It has been fessor Muyskens, the important thmg
an annual project since 1921. in getting votes is to see that they
Aside from the general theme, sub- say it.
themes for each day have been desig- In any election, the leaders of a
nated. The theme for today is community establish themselves with.
"Achieving the Golden Rule." To- the people who regularly vote. These
morrow's is "Developing Strong leaders then agree to back a certain
Bodies and Able Minds." Tuesday, candidate and we have political
"Mastering Skills and Knowledge"; I manipulating at an extremely low
Wednesday, "Attaining Values and level.
Standards"; Thursday, "Accepting "People often talk about the issues s
New Civic Responsibilities"; Friday, in a campaign. The only important c
"Holding Fast to Our Ideals of Free- issue is to get in office." To illus-
dom"; and Saturday, "Gaining Se- ' trate this, Professor Muyskens re-
curity for All." called how politicians appeal to emo-
Special programs are being held in tions and feelings. The candidate's 3
schools throughout the country in speech often changes before each
connection with this week. American group he talks to, depending on how
Education Week is annually looked he can get most votes.
rupon by educators as an opportunity In all political ciinpaigns, it i
for the rededication of the teaching necessary to deal with intangible
profession and the people to the qualities. It is always a picture of
cause of education. , ;interests-children, the home, the

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Where Old
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Program Includes Works
Of Bach And Handel

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Percival Price, guest carillonneur,
has prepared the following program
for the recital to be given at 3 p.m.
today. It has been announced that
no visitors will be allowed in the tower
during the concert.
The numbers to be offered are
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," by

Johann Sebastian Bach; the "Largo"
from Xerxes by Handel; "Sonata for
43 Bells by Percival Price, including
Allegro molto, Lento and Rondo Al-
legro movements; and five folk songs:
"Flee as a Bird." a Polish song; "The
Minstrel Boy, Irish; "Santa Lucia,"
Italian; "The Miller of Dee," Eng-
lish; and "Carry Me Back to Ole Vir-
ginny," the American number.

school, the church, etc. are very im-
portant in these appeals. Another';
prominent political phrase is that-- -
"the constitution is going to pieces."
"The great molders of public
opinion are not newspapers and not
radio, but the contacts the politicianLe
makes with his neighbors.''

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and ex-prime minister of Belgium"
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Tickets now on sale at Wahr's . . . . . . $1.00 and 75c
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