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u rI~t 1t In.f tI tI E BIy 1IGHARD JIARMEL by Hippocrates in the fourth century But Monsieur Laennec's patient ha
! j Modern medicine has to thank a of learning his head against her chest. rolls of fat and no matter how har
SFootball H eroz "prudish fat woman" for the develop- I If her excessive fat had not prevent- he percussed, he could hear relative
inent of the stethoscope, according to ( ed him from doing so, Monsieur Laen- little. In desperation, he roller? u
By STAN SWINTON a new pamphlet entitled "A Health nec might have used the percussing a piece of paper and, in keeping wl
The idea is old; the theme song: Bulletin for Teachers." method developed by Leopold Auen- an old physical principle, placed
"You've Gotta Be A Football Hero." Near the end of the 18th century brugger in the early 18th century. on the area above the heart. Hie w
That was the only explanation Dr. Rene Theophile Hyacinthe Laen- Percussion, as Leopold Auenbrug-
friends would offer yesterday when nec was forced to use a tightly rolled ger developed it, is little changed to- delightea to hear the heart beat mo
it was announced that Marian ("Will: paper cylinder in order to hear the day. The chest is like a huge sound- distinctly than he had ever heard
I Hate Men In May As I Did In De- beating of her heart beneath layer ing board and Auenbrugger succeeded before,
cember?") Phillips, '42, had hinted upon layer of flesh. in charting it. He assumed that if he Experimentation resulted in his ne
broadly that she would like a date Monsieur Laennec's patient, it knew what a health chest sounded found instrument being made out c
with Ralph Heikkinen, '39, Michi- seemed, was so bound by the prudery like, it would be relatively easy to wood. He noted almost every soun
gan's All-American guard. The hint of the day that he was unable to use discover possible diseased portions by in the chest cavity and checked h
materialized later in the day with the accustomed system, as set forth their odd resonance. discoveries by dissection,
public announcement that Miss Phil-
lips would accompany Grid Hero -.------------------ - ---. .- - -- - - -- - - ----.
Heikkinen to Detroit for an evening
of riotous celebration and an=appear-A1E A D V E T USN
ante over Harry Wismer's celebrity C LSI IF D'
hour. '
An early appearance- at the Ice
Carnival didn't seem to cool the idea
and the couple, after posing for pho- FOR RENT TYPING at reasonable rates. Mrs. Orchestra. For further informati
tographers, left with Jack Brennan, --Howard, 613' Hill St., dial 5244. 176 call 5797. 21
'39, "Queen" of the Carnival, Doro- 4 FOR RENT-4 room furnished apart- -
thea Staebler, '39, Women's Editor of ment Electrically equipped, 1 block MISCELLANEOUS WANTED - Cook, experienced f(
The Daily, Bud lBenjamin. '39, Daily north Graduate school. Phone 3403, Sorority or Fraternity wants wo:
sports editor, and others for their 209 N. Ingalls. 292 WANTED-Apartment close to Law for 2nd Semester' Box 4. 2c
appearance on the air. .Club desired for J-Hop weekend.
So far as could be learned, Miss FOR RENT-One double room for Please address Box 10. 297 LAUNDRIES
Phillips decided that a girl might get men, $3.25 a week, clean and well WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive- AUDRY -2
a good deal of publicity listing 80 furnshed. Innerspring mattresses. way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins Careful work t lo44prices.
reasons wiy she hated men but an + Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
All-American was 81 on the other FOR RENT-Single room, very at- 1 SILVER LAUNDRY
side. tractive. clean and quiet, shower PAPERHANGER-Craftsman, cap- 307 Hoover Phone 5594
On the other hand, some observer s bath, good home. Call 7796. 293 able fine paper work. Dial 7209. 181 Free pickups and deliveries
declared that she did the whole thing__ -- Price List
in a fit of pique after Brennan beat FOR RENT-Rooms for rent: single SECOND SEMESTER of Evening All articles washed and ironed.
her out for the position as Queen of rooms with bath and large double School begins Jan. 16. New courses Shirt...................
the Carnival. Publicity value of the room. New inner-spring mattresses. offered are: Contract Bridge, Land- Shirts . ... . . . . . ...... . .14
date, it was said, obviously had noth- Near campus, 923 Olivia. Phone seape Gardening, Current Events, Undershirts.. .:.................04
ing to do with its arrangement. 21465. 295 and a Scout Leader Training Shorts .. . . .
----Course. Groups continued are: Ty Pajama Suits..............
WANTED -- TYPING Soks,pi.. . ......0
raE ct sAT --_TYPNGIing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Eng- ak e03
State Educators adecifs.........0
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, lish, Public Speaking, Mathemat- Bath Towels. . .
Meet Here Today 408 S. 5th Avenue, Phone 2-2935 i c s, Languages , Woodworking,
- or 2-141.6. 7rStagecraft, Cooking, Sewing, me- also special prices on Coed's laun-
-~Nursing, Painting , Drawing, Metal- dies. All bundles done separately.
(Continued from Page 1) TYPING-Reasonable rates. L. M. craft, Mechanical Drawing, Piano, dN markings. Sils, wools our
Heywood, 414 Maynard St., phone Gym Classes, Photography, Inter- Npemak . k o
riculum, a seminar in the guidance 5689. 271 ior Decorating, and Community specialty.
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dared to show itself on the campus
diagonal,.
Now, following close in the steps of
the exemplary. Michigan students,
Minnesota coeds are sponsoring a
posture campaign. Individual photo-
graphs, posture analyses and a dis-
play of sketches of good posture,
posed and drawn by two students, are
being featured in the drive.
Minnesota's More Sociable
There is one case, however, in;
which Minnesota takes the lead from

ana mental nygiene or the aaoiescent,
Michigan. The Union Coffee Hour Uc l ei teacinf
was installed at Minnesota three spEcial problems in the teaching of
English, problems in the organiza-
years ago and now has become an tion of high school music, and in-
institution where both men and struction of physical education.
women, faculty members and stu-
dents may participate in the gaiety All the roundtable conferences are
every Wednesday afternoon. to be conducted by members of the
The..Union Coffee Hour was first education school faculty. Arrange-
ments for the confernce have been
begun here two years ago, and not made by a faculty committee, under
until last October did the women the supervision of Dean Edmonson.
gamx admittance to these sacred gath- . .
erings Ihog h iedoo "This conference is arranged in ac-
course) (through the side door, of cordance with a state plan of con-
And-changing the subject a bit, it ferences in selected higher institu-
isn't until four weeks after the con- tions of Michigan," Dean Edmonson
cluding lecture in the course on mar- said yesterday. "The purpose of the
riage relations here that Minnesota is conference will be to acquaint teach-
announcing its program for a cor- ers and school officials with some of
responding marriage instruction the recent developments in theory and
class, sponsored by the Y.M.C.A.- practice in the elementary school
W.S.G.A. The course here, demand- curriculum as well as the curriculum
ed by popular student request, was of the secondary school," he ex-
presented by genealogists and ob- plained,
stetricians before a limited group of All meetings of the conference will
men and women. be held in the University High School
Has Sex Lectures, Too 'and Elementary School, and are open
At Minnesota the admission tickets to University students who wish to
will be issued to all who registered (attend.
last semester for the course, regard-
Jess of class rating. Lecturers will Band Schedule Announced
include professors, pastors, a home
economics instructor and a physician, Prof. William D. Revelli and Her-
some of the talks' being given to A bert G. Watkins, director and man-
mixed group, while other subjects are ager of the University band respec-
discussed before the men and the tively, announce the following sched-
women separately. ule of concerts to be presented by the
Michigan students, take heart. The University Concert Band within the
football score may have been a sore 1 next few months: Jan. 17, Pease Au-
point with you, but on the starting ditorium, Ypsilanti; Jan. 22, Hill Au-
lineup in these other campus activi- ditorium; Feb. 10, Pontiac; April 4,
ties Michigan carries off the honors Hill Auditorium; April 16, Michigan
with a two to one lead. Theatre; May 23; Hill Auditorium.

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