Association Of Professors
To Discuss Standards
Dean Clarence S. Yoakum of the
Graduate School will welcome dele-
gates from 34 universities and col-
leges tomorrow to the regional con-
ferences of the American Association
of University Professors&
Coming from schools throughout
Michigan and Ohio, the educators
will discuss ways to "increase the use-
fulness and advance the standards
and ideals of the profession."
They are to convene for the morn-
ing session at 10 a.m. in the ballroom
of the Union where they will hear
Prof. M. M. Knappen from Michigan
State College speak on "Tenure and
the Problem of the Instrutor."
A general discussion led by Prof.
Henry Owens of Michigan State Nor-
mal College is to follow the talk.
The principle address of the lunch-
eon meeting at 12:15 p.m.. also in th
ballroom of the Union, will be de-
livered by K. C. Pennebaker, Director
of Civil Service in Minnelsota on "The
General Principles of Personnel Eval-
President .of the association, Prof.
Frederick S. Deibler of Northwestern
University, is scheduled to lead off the
afternoon session with "A Message
He will be followed by Prof. Victor
D. Hill, of Ohio University, who will
discuss "The Evaluation of Faculty
A second general dcscussion is to
wind up the conference. It will be
directed by Prof. David L. Radall
of Albion College and Prof. Donovan
Most of the people who think that
they have sinusitis, popularly known
as "sinus," are mistaken, D'. David
DeWeese of Healt Service reports.
A though this is p generally ac-
cepted fact for medicl men, the pub-
lic still likes to label almost any
nasal disturbance as "sinus." Dr.
DeWeese estimated that more than
half of the freshman women given.
entrance examinations this fall voll-
.ntarily informed him that they had
"sinus trouble" but he failed to find
one real infected sinusitis.
Many of these imaginary sinusitis
cases -are in reality the results of
an alergy or rhinitis (chronic nose
A Los Angeles doctor reports that
his experiments have- shown rhinitis
can be cured by spraying a solution of
so'diumn-sulfathiazol into the nose.
Dr. DeWeese has been checking this
finding on a few rhinitis sufferers
who have volunteered.
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Holland Student Wins
State Slogan Contest
Rodicy Everhart, Holland high
chool student, wa, chosen the win-
ner of a state-wide secondary school
:ontest for the best watchword for
Vice-President Henry A. Wallace
chose the Michigan winning slogan
which will compete with those from
other states in a national contest.
The winning watchword was:
"In Freedorn There Is Cgurage,
In Prcduction There is Strength."
Everhart won a money prize and
Hclland High School a gold cup as
a result of the contest.
The Department of Commerce es-
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I T' S T H A T T I M E A C A I N-ski fans dreaming of lush slopes under snow blankets will
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D ON E W I T H A M I R R O R--Sprucing up in front of a
mirror at the end of clothes-distributing line at the New Cumber-
land, Pa., army center, Private Robert Charles Strouse of Kenner-
dell, Pa., proves a point in psychology that the sign over the
mirror seems to make.
I N T U N E--Music's in and
over the heart of smiling Vicki
Lester, a Hollywood film actress
who is changing her name back
to Dorothy Day. The musical
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C R I D I R O N A I D-M. B. Lamar, former George Washing-
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(left) at Washington. With it, Lamar "sights" the ball from side-
lines, helps determine ball's position on downs, call-back plays,
thus increasing accuracy and speed in gridiron officiating.
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Goodwin said: "My records show
the woman is 41. It's about time
she bad a few gray hairs."
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