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.RTT"AV_ JAN. 7. 1939

A l L' M " I (TA A 9t, xVx A %s A 71% L A 1 LY1I_ ,

OUigiltYl, JAREN. J i S"Y

Winter Pc
To Hold
(Continued from
Freedman, Grad., an
ertson, '40.
Faculty advisers in
George Benson of th
ence department; Mr.
berry and Prof. I. L.
the economics depart
Basil Edwards of the i
department; Prof. Ric
the sociology departm
Morgan, director of th
ligous Association and
Nelson of the English
Other faculty men
Prof. John Shepard of
department; Prof. Ar
of the economics dep
Howard Ehrmann of i
partment; Lt.-Col. Fo
tary science departm
Robert Hall of theg
Prof. Charles Davis
raphy department;
Dorr of the political s
ment; Prof. Harlan M
engineering college;
Slosson of the histo
and Prof. L. L. Watk
onomics departmenta
the faculty board.
Prof. Lowell J. Carl a
ard Meyers of the soc
ment: Prof. Wesley b
journalism departmen
Vander Velde of the h
ment and Prof. Ment
the English departm
the list of faculty advi
Debate Instr
Urges Ear
Men wishing to try
varsity debating teams
should start working o
question at once, A
coach, announced yeste
The question for d
"Resolved, That the Fe
ment Should Adopt a
Military and Economic
ward All Nations Not i
Hemisphere Which A
Armed Internationalc
Numerous debates h
ranged for the second
cluding four Big Tent
home .and six in Det
encounters a Michiga
in March and two tea
to Northwestern Unive
ton, Ill., in April.
The thirty-two mo
providing an intensi
experience in the var.
es of nursing, leads t
Master of N
A Bachelor's degree
ence or philosophy fr
of "approved standing
for admission. For
and information ad
NewHMven Conn

arley Water Samples Are Examined
Final By Michigan Pasteur Institute1DA ILY OF F I C IAL B U LLET I N
Today Dr. Emerson And Staff such water is considered unfit for
D et er mine Reliabilityhuman consumption. SATURDAY, Jan. 7, 1940 been in effect since September, 1926:
Page 1) In the event that no bacillus typho- VOL L. No 74 -
For Drinking Purposes sis microbes are found, there is still it wll hereafter be regarded as
d Daniel Rob- the possibility that the sample has contrary to University policy for any-
By WESLEY FIRST micro-organisms of the colon typhoid .N oces one to have in his or her possession
ncluded: .Prof. Any Michigan resident or munici- group, which is evidence of sewage President and Mrs. Ruthven will be any key to University buildings or
e political sci- pality may send water samples for contamination. Presence of this type at home to members of the faculty parts of buildmgs if such key is not
James Dusen- free testing to the University Pas- of organism also renders the water and other townspeople today from stamped as provided (i.s. by the
. Sharfnan Cof tear Institute, according to Dr. H. W. unfit for human consumption. 4 to 6 o'clock. Buildings and Grounds Department).
mnt; LtC Emerson, head of the Institute. The greatest number of samples If such unauthorized keys are
ilitary science come to the Pasteur Institute from Student Tea: President and Mrs. found the case shall be referred to
hard Fuller of Each water sample sent to the In-cm otePstu nttt R vnwl ea oetosuet h eno ohrpoe edo h
nent; Kenneth stitute is put through a series of tests individuals, Dr. Emerson said. When Ruthven will be at home to students the Dean or other proper head of the
e Student Re- .by Dr. Emerson and his staff to samples are sent from communities, on Wednesday, Jan. 10, from 4 to University division involved for his
ze Sudet Re hoever thy ar pu thrugha 6 ~m"action in accordance with this pi-
Prof. Norman determine its fitness for drinking pur hemical test inaddition to the two To the members of the University ciple. Any watchman or other proper
department, poses and the reliability of the water
soure.n htests above. This chemical test is Council: There will be no meeting of representative of the Buildings and
thresent were: The itial given to determine whether the source the University Council in January. Grounds Department, or any Dean,
the psychologysmhesinitialtesto erm erhofthecommuty'srwateresupply,soLouis A. Hopkins, Secretary department head or other proper
thur Smithies sample is put is to determine the oftec"ut' ae upy
t mt number of micro-organisms present called the "watershed" is safe or pol- University official shall have the
uartment; Prof.r ms s ted. If the chemical test shows Notice to all Members of the Uni- right to inspect keys believed to open
the history de- in the water. If the water contains a sanitary sur- versity: The following is an extract University buildings, at any reason-
tx of the mili- more than one hundred micro-organ- vey of the watershed should then be of a by-law of the Regents (Chapter able time or place.
ent and Prof. isms for every cubic centimeter, the made, Dr. Emerson said, and steps III-B, Sections 8 and 9) which has "-For any individual to order,
gthe water may not cause disease, it taken to make the water safe for have made, or permit to be ordered
hrinkingpurposes or made, any duplicate of his or her
of the geog- is not classified as satisfactory drink- Analyze Watershed IUniversity key, through unauthorized
Prof. Harold ing water by the Institute. channels, must be regarded as a spe-
cience depart- Bacteriological Sample When the Institute has all the cial and willful disregard of the safe-
cFarlan of the Second examination of the water data on a water sample which can ,,f/U
bacteriological This test be gathered from the bacteriological By JUNE McKEE ty of Unversity property."
ry department is to determine the number of micro- and the chemical tests, the next step These regulations are called to the
ins of the ec-) organisms which are usually found in is to analyze the watershed to deter- The Michigan University of the Air attention of all concerned, for their
also served on the intestinal tract present in the mine just where the pollution is com- again begins broadcasting with "Join information and guiannce. Any per.-
water. If the sample is found to con- ing from. This is found by repeated the Chir," music, and drama at 9v son having any key or keys to tni-
nd Prof. Rich- tamn these micro-organisms, it is not chemical analyses from the various a.mtoday Prof. JosephEMaddy versity buildings, doors, or t rother
:iology depart- deemed safe drinking water by the sources on the watershed, such as - P locks, contrary to the provisions re-
Maurer of the Institute, because among thesemicro- springs, rivers, and lakes, until the is.in-charge of the program which cided above, should promptly sur-
t; Prof. Lewis organisms may be lurking the bacillus pollution source is eventually located. Duane Nelson, Grad., will direct and render the same to the Key Clerk at
history depart- typhosis-the "germ" which causes Dr. Emerson emphasized that it announce, the office of the Department of
or Williams of typhoid fever. Other disease-causing generally costs a community very Prof. Preston W. Slosson, of the Buildings and Grounds.
ent completed microbes may also be present and little to purify its water wheh the history department, then continues
sers. test results show "dirty" water or his discussion of the foreign situation To Members of the University
Pure water is absolutely necessary at 12:30 p.m. Intense interest in Senate: The Senate Advisory Com-
uctor ptheseradio talks has been shown mittee will meet on Monday, Jan. 15.
to the general health of the individual through numerous letters received It is desirable that subjects be sug-
l W ork i' r tk l i hd and the community, Dr. Emerson since the broadcasts began last Octo- gested for the consideration of the
D[g u h e d pointed out, and it is only through a ber. WJR will carry both this pro- Committee a few days in advance
healthy community that a prosperous
for one of the A Tcommunity can bemade possible. gram and the earlier one. John
next semester ' L r om naaLon Thus the social and economic benefits Gelder, '40, is announcer.
net By _____n_,of the University Pasteur Institute .Tmorrow, a prison-break play will Sunday
In the isolation ,bnd tsporktouotedlyat 2:45 p.m.over WB.and
r thug Secord, Attorney General Frank Murphy's and its work to not only the individ- b rdcda :5pm vrWB.ad
rd , mAtonyoGeneralhFrankeMurphyas-ual who sends in a water sample, but Harrison Friend, '40, is author and Monday
rday. nomination to fill the present vacan-y'
Lebate will be cy on the Supreme Court of the also to the community who wishes Jerry Wiesner, Grad., director.
deral Govern- United States confers, the highesta test made of its drinking water, are Then the Communications Labora-
Poliy ofvStrict distinction upon a prominent gradu- far-reaching. tories will be explored in the Campus
Isolation To- ate of the University Law School, Research Tour that WJR broadcasts ON OUR
n the Western Dean E. Blythe Stason of the Law Hygiene TalksPlanned at 3:30 p.m.
~e Involved In School said yesterday. ygee____________STAGE !
or Civil Con- The Attorney General's rise to fame The amphitheatre of the Rackham BE E R -W N E
sfniam uilding will house a Conference on
has been accomplished in an un- Industrial Medicine and Hygiene this CHAMPAGN ES
have. been ar- usually short time, Dean- Stason Thursday, Friday and Saturday, it Coc fDmsi motdBad
semester, in- pointed out. Graduating from the hs d tU i choice of estic & iported Brands
debates, 12 at Law School in 1914, he was judge of sas been announced by the Univer- MARSHALL CUT-RATE
roit. Rutgers the Recorder's Court in Detroit from 2snsosHgStatesi Hd Phone 5933
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IOMAN torney General has elicited especial
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Stason explained, who has been clas-
sified among the more conservative
members of the Court. Murphy will
in arts, sci- bring to the Bench a philosophy of
om a college government different from that of
i catalogue his predecessor, Dean Stason pointed
dress: out. The originality, energy and zeal
for public welfare that have marked
his public career to date indicate that
NURSING he will become a vital figure on the
ectcut most important judicial tribunal inv
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of the meeting. Any imember of the
Committee or Ralph H.Sawyer, Sec-
retary, will receive suggestions, which
should be in by Friday, January 12.
Faculty, College of Engineering
will meet on Tuesday, January 9 at
4:15 p.m., in Room 348, West Engi-
neering Building. Agenda: Student
petition from decision of Discipline
Committee, and consideration of
Evaluation of Faculty Services.
A. H. Lovell, Sec'y.
Student Loan Committee neeting
will be held in Room 2, University
Hall, at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 9.
All applications to be considered for
the meeting must be filed in Room
2 before Monday noon, Jan. 8, and
appointments made with the Com-
Applications in Support of Re-
search Projects: To give the Eesearch
Committees and the Executive Board
adequate time for study of all pro-
posals, it is requested that faculty
members having projects needing sup-
port during 1940-1941 file their pro-
posals in the Office of,.the Graduate
Schooi by Jan. 12, 1940. Later re-
quests will, of course, be considered
toward the close of the second sem-
ester. Those wishing to renew pre-
vious requests whether now receiv-
ing support ornot should so indicate.
Application forms will be mailed or
can be obtained at.Secretary's Office,
Room 1508 Rackham Building. Tele-
phone 331.
C. S. Yoakum.
All Students, Registration for second
semester: Each student should plan
to register for himself during the
appointed hours. Registration by
proxy will not be accepted.
Robert L. Williams
Assistant Registrar -
Registration Material, Colleges of
L.S.&A., Education, and Music: Stu-
dents should call for second semester
registration material: at Room 4 Uni-

versity Hasl as soon as possible. Please
see your advisor and secure all nec-
essary signatures.
Robt. L. Williams,
Assistant Registrar.
Registration Material, College of
Architecture: Students should call
for second semester material at Room
4, University Hall, at once. The
College of Architecture will post an
announcement ° in the near future
giving the time of conferences with
your classifier. Please wait for this
notice before seeing your classifier.
Robt. L. Williams,
Assistant Registrar,
Notice to Men Students: For the
information of men students living
in approved rooming houses,:the
first semester shall end on Thurs
day, February 8, and the second
semester shall begin on the same
Students living in approved room-
ing houses, who intend to move to
different quarters for the second
semester, must give notice in writing
to the Dean of Students before 4:30
on Thursday, January 18, 1940. They
should also notify their householders
before this date. Permission to move
will be given only to students com-
plying with this requirement.
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