THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Crowd 'iSault Ste. Marie Railroad Bridge Collapses
A sizable Michigan contingent, in-
cluding both students and alumni,
will be in Dyche Stadium in Evans-
ton Oct. 18 to cheer for the, Micligan
team in their traditional Northwest-
ern football tilt.
Plans for the gala celebration in-
elude a special train to leave Detroit
Saturday morning, Oct. 18, and pick;
up passengers in Ann Arbor at 8:20
a.m., and a homecoming reception to
honor the visitors following the
Round trip tickets to Chicago are
available at the travel desk in the
Union, where they may be purchased
at a reduced rate of $7.83 including
the federal tax. There will be 150
tickets ii Ann Arbor and the same
number in Detroit, with no oppor-
tunity for obtaining more.
On the train round trip fares on
the Chicago North Shore elevated
line will be sold game goers at 35
cents each. These tickets will as-
sure transportation directly to the
The time of arrival in Chicago is
to be 11:40>a.m., and the return trip
will commence at 9 p.m. Saturday
and end in Ann Arbor at 1 a.m. Stu-
dents ai'e urged to purchase their
Ntickets as soon as possible to assure
their obtaining them.
Special guests at the reception to
be held at 5 p.m. at Scott Hall, the
Union Building on the Northwestern
campus, will be led by Michigan's
Gov. Murray D. Van Wagoner. Oth-
er guests will include President
Franklyn Bliss Snyder of Northwest-
ern University and Mrs. Snyder, and
Mayor Ingraham of Evanston.
William Dit 42, Arabic Society To Meet
A discussion of "Polygamy Before
Elected PJres idenitt Islam and After- led by native Arab
Of randnis House University students will take place
in eszIeat the meeting of A-Thaqafa, Arabic
culture society, at 7:30 p.m. 'Turs-
William Ditz, '42, wi elected pres- day, Oct. 16, in the'International
ident of the Brandeis Co-operative Center.
House, succeeding Erwin Clahassey,
'45M., Tuesday evening. Ditz is also
one of the house's delegates to the
Tile other officers chosen include:
purchasing agent. Daistro Luokkala, /
'44, assisted by Jesse Ostroff. '45E;
'ocial chairmnn, Louis Warner, 45E;
sports manager. Da stro Luokkala;
p-ersonnel committeo, Alvin Graham, }
Grad. and Erwin Clahassey: gift com-
mittee, Homer Welsh, Grad. and JohnL T
Church. Grad.; Inter-Co-operative LIGHT FOR
Council representative, Irving Jaffe,
'43; treasurer, David Zaron, '42; rep-
resentative to Inter-Co-operative
Council sanitation committee, Louis L!x
Ccte, '43; education chairman, Home). SIIOUUU Qetested t
Welsh; and secretary, John Church. Abuse of young eyes is often due to
_- poor lighting. Give your child "tested"
Field Course Starts light. ..hve your lighting measured
with the Light Meter. No charge. Phone
In Education Oct. 13 any Detroit Edison office.
The 1941-42 field course offered byj[4 -.
The railroad bridge at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., ac ross the St. Mary's Falls Canal, collapsed under a
freight train, blocking the channel and halting iron o re traffic on the Great Lakes vital to the defense pro-
gram. Two trainmen plunged to their deaths when t he span fell.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1941
VOL. LIL No. 10
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.
To the Members of the University
Council: There will be a meeting of
the University Council on Monday,
October 13, at 4:15 p.m. in Room
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
The Michigah Hospital Service has
given notice of a revision and liberal-
ization of its contracts as follows,
which will shortly be embodied in a
rider that will be sent to each con-
tract holder for attaching to his con-
"The revised certificate provides
coverage for every type of case admis-
sible to a hospital. This includes hos-
pitalization not only for those cases
ordinarily cared for in general *hos-
pitals, but also for hospital care of
contagious diseases, pulmonary tuber-
culosis, and nervous and mental dis-
eases. This means that every type of
case admitted to a hospital, with the
exception of maternity care, which is
available after the subscriber has
been enrolled for twelve consecutive
months, Will be covered immediately.
"The new certificate will not only
provide this full coverage for a period
of twenty-one days as heretofore but
additional protection will be provided
for a period of ninety days 'at a dis-
count of 50 per cent from the regular
hospital charges. The extension in
days applies to every enrolled sub-
criber, making it possible for each
meigber of the family included in the
subscribers' contract to be hospitalized
for as long as 11 days each year."
Shirley W. Smith
Instructions for Reporting Acci-
dents: ,(1) Report All Accidents oc-
curring in line of duty involving any
person on the University payroll in
whatever capacity; whether medical
care is required or not. Accidents
should be reported in writing or by
telephone to the Business Office of
the University Hospital (Hospital Ex-
tension 307). A supply of University
of Michigan accident report forms
(No. 3011) will be furnished on re-
quest by the Hospital Business Office.
(2) Medical Care. Injuries requir-
ing medical care will be treated only
at the University Hospital. Employees
receiving care elsewhere will be re-
sponsible for the expense of such
treatment. Whenever possible a
written report of any accident should
accompany the employee to the In-
DAILY at 2--4-7-9P.M.
formation Desk on the Main Floor of
the University Hospital. This report
will be authority for the Hospital to
render necessary medical care.
(3) Emergency Cases. Emergency
medical care will be given at the Hos-
pital without a written accident re-1
port. Ambulance cases should be
taken directly to the Ambulance En-
trance, at the rear of the Main Build-
ing of the University Hospital. In all
such cases the written accident re-
port should be forwarded as promptly
as possible to the Business Office of
The so-called Workmen's Compen-
sation law is for the mutual protec-
tion of employer and employee. In
order to enjoy the privileges provided
by the law all industrial accidents
must be reported promptly to the cor-
rect authorities. These reports en-
title each employee to compensation
for loss of time and free medical care'
as outlined in the law.
The Compensation Law covers any
industrial accident occurring while
aL employee is engaged in the activi-
ties of his employment which results:
in either a permanent or temporary
disability, or which might conceiv-
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the School of Education in coopera-
tion with the University Extension
,Service will begin October 13 at
Menominee in Michigan's Upper Pen-
Prof. Raleigh Schorling, head of
the mathematics department of the
University High School, will present
the first of a series of lecturesson
"The Guidance and Mental Hygiene
of the Adolescent."
Professor Schorling will then de-
liver the lecture on successive days
in Iron Mountain, Besseme , Han-
cock; Ishpeming, Newberry.
Classes in the, Lower Peninsula will
be held in Flint, Ionia, Jackson, Mid-
land, Grand Rapids, Niles, Sandusky
and Traverse City.
Attention Boys and Girls-
Now you don't have to go out of
town for a foot long hot dog a'la
Come to my sanitary place and try
a foot long a'la best for 10c. We also
serve delicious hamburgers with
fried onions as Elmer Stofflet used
to make at State St. 10c
Lunches done up in Boxes-30c up
Phone 4761 for free delivery
808 S. State St.
Open 6:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
We also serve regular meals at
Counter Noon Lunch-35c, Dinner
45c, Sunday Chicken or Steak
Ou-tstanldii4 Records . 194
Brahms: DOUBLE CONCERTO . . . . $4.72
HEIFETZ and FEI)ERMANN with the Philadelphia Symphony
*". .. they play this heroic work with a precision and brilliance seldom to be heard
in its rare concert performances."
TchtikovskJ: SYMPHONY NO. ~5 . . . p5.77
BEECHAM and the London Philharmonic
*"Beautifully played and recorded, this version will delight everyone . . .
...., .; }
5 ''t'i.' A" i ,N t
. . $6.82
*"1his reinarkably virile andwitty exam ple of youthful genius . . . powerful re-
cording . . . the performance is excellent."
B heh: The WiseVirgins ... Ballet Suite
Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire
Ra1el: La Valse
Beethoven: Quartet No. 13, Op. 130
Vinci: Flute aid Harpsichord Sonata
Our collection of CHAMBER MUSIC is now more complete than ever before.
If you are not already familiar with this most satisfying field of permanent music,
the musicians on our staff can give you capable assistance.
*QUOTATIONS, are from our own "Monthly Record Review" written by
R. D. Darrell. If you iv old care for a copy of the October issue, please pbmne
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