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M-MAP, NIA&V 79. 1944


F~IfrAV. 1~TAV 1W 'H~IL

DeJong Recommends Cures
To Sufferers in Radio Talk

Dr. Russell N. DeJong recommend-
ed aspirin, black coffee or rest and
cold packs on the head for the relief
of recurring migraine headaches in a
broadcast over station WJR last
He estimated that approximately
eight million people in the United
States (two or three times as many
women as-men) are affected by these
headaches and he said that the suf-
ferers are usually tense, nervous, ov-
erly conscientious individuals who
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work hard but fatigue easily .
Dr. DeJong is an associate profes-
sor of neurology and a specialist in
this type of ailment. He was heard
on the "Medical Series" programs
which will be broadcast every Thurs-
day through June 29 at 11 p.m.
The first principle in treating an
attack of migraine is to start the
moment the first sign of trouble ap-
pears, he said. Aspirin is the safest
and probably the most effective drug
to use and it is the only drug that
may be used without a physician's
order. Some patients find black cof-
fee is an aid in relieving pain, ac-
cording to Dr. DeJong and, if the at-
tack is more severe, a period of rest
in a darkened room and the applica-
tion of cold packs to the head may
Heredity is a factor in such at-
tacks, he said, explaining that there
is a definite history of such attacks
in other members of the family in
almost all cases of migraine head-
All headaches, however, are not
necessarily migraine, he said, many
being caused by over-indulgence, lack
of sleep or dietary indiscretions.
These may be alleviated by aspirin
and rest.

Hillel To Hold
Disciied To iglhi
A symposium on the topic, "The
Arab Viewpoint versus Zionism" will
follow religious services, the latter
beginning at 7:45 p.m. today at the
Hillel Foundation.
Both the services and the sympo-
sium will be sponsored by Avukah,
student Zionist organization on cam-
pus. At the symposium, Prof. How-
ard B. Calderwood of the political
science department will present the
Arab viewpoint and Max Dresden of
the physics department will present
the Zionist view.
Benson Jaffee, '45, president of
Avukah, will preside at the sympo-
sium, which will be preceded by a
brief summary of current news of
Jewish interest by Sylvia Savin, '46,
vice-president of Avukah.
Refreshments will be served at the
conclusion of the evening.
VFW Members
To Meet Toda
Members of the local post and the{
auxiliary of Graf O'Hara 423, of the I
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold
joint memorial services at 8 p.m. to-
day in their clubrooms at 215 Fourth.
Prof. John H. Myskens of the
speech department will give the main
speech on "Reminiscences of My
Days in the Last War."
Marine Duane R. Bran aka, who
has spent a year in the South Pacific,
will take as his topic, "My Activities
in This War."
Due to the restricted facilities of
the clubrooms the services will not
be opened to the public.
Week-End Activities
To Feature Parties
The chapter house of Pi Beta Phi
sorority will hold an open house from
8 p.m. to midnight, today. Mrs. W.
B. Anicker and Mrs. Boaler Rawles
will chaperon.
Co. A, 3651st S.U., will hold a
party at the East Quadrangle and
University High Gym from 7 p.m.
to midnight, today. Capt. George
Spence and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Yamagiwa will chaperon.
Church To Hold Supper
Congregational Disciples Guild will
hold its first outdoor supper of the
year at 4 p.m. Sunday with the dead-
line for reservations set for noon


Directg Dwces Hoors To Be

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SI zi IU fP Tn T al Hiiei Tionoi-: Banquet
-wil l t-iii a 5:30 Ijn-i. S.anday at
_ -- fhe L11 llrl lFo;undation.
do ii~t hy Ietadis Awards and scholarships will be
Choreography of Play presented by Prof. Jacob Sacks of
the pharmacology department to stu-
Dorothy Hurzek or Simon Legree, dents who have performed meritori-
as the members of the dancing chorus ous service of various sorts for the
of Co. D's show call her, is the dance Foundation during the past year.

arranger and director of Rumor
Has It," a musical which will be pre-
sented June 1 and 2 in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
During rehearsals Miss Murzek
sometimes wears a sergeant's jacket'
so that she will outrank the men in

Appointments Are Made
Fifteen new Hillel student council
members elected last week and the
seven additional members to be ap-
pointed by the council at the Sun-
day morning's meeting will be sworn
into office at the meeting. Stan Wal-
lace, '44, and Faye Bronstein, '45, the
former reelected and the latter elect-

Given at Hillel Banquet

have donated outstanding service to
the Foundation, and the Milford
Stern Award of $10 which will be
presented to the! Hillel member who
has contributed most to the Founda-
tion through public speeches.
The Arnold Schiff Memorial Award
of $25, in honor of the University
student who died in an automobile
crash in 1941, wil be received by the
Hillel member who has made the most
significant contribution to the Jewish
cultural content of the Hillel pro-
gram during the past school year.
Scholarship Winners Announced
The winners of the Hillel scholar-
ships, awarded by the Pisgah Auxil-
iary of the B'nai B'rith of Detroit in
cooperation with the Women's Dis-
trict Lodge No. 6, will be announced
at the banquet. These scholarships,
extending, over a two-semester pe-
riod, are for sums ranging from $150
to $250. They are awarded to stu-
dents who will do hostess work, act

as student diectors, or do other jobs
around the. Foundation.
There will be some seats for those
people other than council members
and recipients of awards. Reserva-
tions may be made by telephoning
the Foundation, Sybil Kahn, '45, and
Muriel Kleinwaks, '46, co-directors of
the banquet, announced.
339 South Main
fPhone 2-4832

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the dancing choruses and have the ed to be council president and secre-
right to order them around. In ad- tary, respectively, will take the oath
dition to being choreographer, she of office as prescribed by the Hillel
will do a specialty number in thj constitution.
show. The awards which will be presented
Direct Four iays itWcfk include Hillel keys, given for meri-
Miss Murzek works un the eitl-_ tori' ots service to the Foundation,
ty numbers for the show four all er- the liel Cabinet Award, given to
noons a week and supervises rehear- eniors and graduate students who
sals of the various danc chorusasr-
four evenings a week. Dr. Poole To Be
She has been dancing since shevwi;s
four and has instructed for two year, I s elaker at I1auoiset
at Hartell School of Dance in Detroit
and had the lead in the Play Produc- Dr. Frederick G. Poole of Detroit
tion presentation .of "It's Up to You." will be the guest speaker at the an-
Mary Jean Winfield, who was Or- nual banquet honoring seniors in the
iginally cast as one of the members Wesleyan Foundation which will be
of the dance chorus, is leaving for the held at 6:15 p.m. today at the First
WAVES next week. She has been Metlhodist Church.
replaced in the ast, by Ilrrit Sfte While it is still possible for reser-
phen, sVations to be made, members and
Eight Couples ill+( li rus hries wishing to attend must call
There will be eight cotipfos mihif it 1e ofice. at 6881 this morning.
beguine chorus. Ihey will be Miss Members of the senior class who
Dingwall and Pfe. Lawerence Green- will present the program are Mercia
stein, Miss Wienberg and Pfc. Louis 1,ockyer, toastrmaster; Robert Wylie,
Scheinman, Miss Eisler and Pfc. Da- speaker; lois Moore, soloist, and Mar-
vid Evans, Mary Palmer and Pfc. jone Cavhus, who will give the invo-
Howard Levy, Mary Scott and Pfc .
Herman Thoben, June Lome and Cpl.I Chairman of the committee for the
Bill Brasko, Miss Rattleinan and Pfc; dinner is Ruth Duell with Priscilla
Wallace Chateaubert, and Miss Ste - Dunnan and Ruth Chandler as as=
phen and Phil Hand brook, who will
each dance in one performance with
Pfc. Richard Edelstein.


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The eight couples who will be in
the waltz chorus will be Jan Carter
and Sgt. Hickley Waguespack, Missj
Wiesberg and Pfc. Richard Edelstein,
Miss Kohr -and Pfc. Francis Kowalew-
ski, Pat DuPont and Pfc. Howard'
Levy, Miss Palmer and Cpl. Brasko,
Miss Lome and Pfc. John Hayes, Miss
Scott and Pfc. Herman Thoben, and
Miss Steven and Miss Branbrook who
wil leach appear in one performance!
with Pfc. David Evans.
Pat Burton, Catherine Cook, Kay,
Burton, Margaret Cook, Pfc. Green-
stein and Pfc. Louis Scheinman will
perform a specialty waltz nunmber.
Tutorial Coin n mitte To
Meet at League TIoday
There will be a meeting of the Tu-
torial Committee at 2 p.m. today in
the Undergraduate Office of the
Michigan League. All members of
the committee and anyone else who
would be interested in working on
it are urged to come to this meeting.
Those who are unable to attend the
meeting are requested to call Carol I
Rosenblatt, 24561, for further details.

hwtei,' chi t Speak here
Prof. Henry W. Taeusch of Weste
Reserve University will speak on "T1
Golden Chain of Concord" at 4:
p.m. today in the Rackham Amph
theatre under the auspices of the D
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