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day. Thirty students chosen under
the Hare system of proportional rep-
resentation, constitute this body-the
only Michigan organization repre-
senting all campus groups. With
Todd as president, its other officers
are Vice-President Roger Kelly, '42,
and Treasurer Robert Krause,'42.
The Student Senate was first cre-
ated in 1935 in order to perpetuate
the annual Spring Parley. Since then
it has added the Winter Parley to the
list of University discussion forums.
Health Service Report Reveals Student Statistics I
By EDMUND J. GROJSSBERG
Health Service examined 4,810 stu-
dents during the school year 1940-
41, according to the annual statisti-
cal analysis, and found students af-
flicted with the usual crop of colds,
measles, appendicitis, cuts, bruises
and imaginative ailments.
German measles had a big year
with some 33 cases reported-most
of them coming during January and
February along with a number of
mild cases of influenza.
Athletic Michiganders succumbed
to 124 bone fractures, 454 sprains,
and 406 strains.
Despite the annual trichinosis bo-
gey only one case of the disease was
reported during the school year.
By far the most numerous cases
turned out to be what medicine
terms "acute respiratory infection"
better known as the "cold." Some
4516 of these cases were treated at
More serious respiratory infec-
tions resulted in 66 pneumonia cases,
with lesser disturbances such as
bronchitis accounting for 117 ill-
About 1300 sore throats turned up
among the students.
Appendicitis patients totaled 168
while some 553 gastrointestinally up-
set patients were reported-making
the odds about 5 to 1 that the stom-
achache you have may turn out to
This fact has caused the Health
Service staff to urge any student
who has what may seem to beonly
a harmless stomach upset to check
it with a competent physician.
Concussions of the brain sent 32
members of the student body to
Health Service. Migraine headaches
accounted for 35.
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rampant. Supporters of Louis Ayres
and Mrs. Flora Ward, anti-Haisley,
charged Haisley with "Russian meth-
ods," secrecy in regard to the bud-
get, and hinted at graft.
These charges were vigorously de-
nied by backers of candidates Mrs.
Alex Dow, Courtney Maulbetsch, in-
cumbent member, and Ashley Clague.
They appealed to the citizens for fair
play, searchingly questioned why the
board majority refused to grant a
hearing to the superintendent, and
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