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THUR.SDAY, MAY 29,1917

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SEMESTER ROUND-iP: $40,000 OFFER
Political Emphasis Shown Professor,
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Students Compete
rout Design Contest

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an hour for "trowel trades" work-
ers on University building proj-
ects was announced by Vice-Presi-
dent Marvin L. Niehuss after more
than 100 workers walked out on
their jobs.
May 3: The state administra-
tion gave the go-ahead to the
State's $35,000,000 institutional
construction program, as long as
funds are available.
May 4: A student body of 20,-
500 was predicted by school offi-
cials . . . . top administration of-
ficials said that completion of the
present building program would
give the University a physical
plant adequate for only 12,500.
May 5: The University assumed
management of cafeteria and
snack bar at West Lodge in Wil-
low Village . . . the Engineering
College voted to make no change
in physical education require-
ments.
May 10: Two University appro-
prations bills-for current oper-
ating expenses and building con-
struction-were stalled in the Leg-
islature pending clarification of
state tax program.
May 8: An all-Wagnerian con-
cert by the Philadelphia Sym-
phony Orchestra opened this
year's May Festival. Guest ar-
tists who appeared at the four-day
festival included Helen Traubel,

Ezio Pinza, Isaac Stern and Rob-
ert Casadesus.
May 13: A labor dispute involv-
ing University phone operators
threatened to turn into a walkout
of 1,000 AFL construction men at
work on the multi-million dollar
building program.
May 15: Henry A. Wallace, edi-
tor of New Republic, spoke on his
program for world peace' at Hill
Auditorium. .. President Ruthven
said that the MYDA ban was a
"closed matter."
May 20: Dean Hayward Kenis-
ton said that no increase in en-
rollmept was expected in the liter-
ary college next fall. . . Office of
Student Affairs announced that
housing for men would again as-
sume "serious proportions" next
fall.
May 24: Michigan's first state-
wide conference on academic free-
dom biought delegates from cam-
puses, trade unions, veterans' or-
ganizatons and religious groups
to Ann Arbor.
May 25: The cornerstone for the
new School of Business Adminis-
tration Building was laid by Dean
Russell A. Stevenson in a cere-
mony attended by President Alex-
ander G. Ruthven and Provost
James P. Adams. . . . Nineteen
schools and departments will par-
ticipate in the first University
post-session to be held August 18
to September 13.

JOHN W. HOWARD JENNIFER STEVENS

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Relieve Students' Sensitivit y
By LIDA DAILES he receives a set of instructions
Students who suffer from the concerning specific treatment. A
more subtle aspects of summering special pollen recheck is made for
foliage have found that early trips the particular state in which the
to Health Service's Allergy Clinic student lives.
can insure relief from sneezes, Pollen antigens, prepared ac-
wheezes and rashes. cording to the individual's sensi-
The first step to relieve students tivity, are administered to increase
from the effects of their allergies tolerance to the offending aller-
is taken when their physical ex- gens. In order to get the most
aminations are checked in the benefit, the patient should start
freshman year. All entering stu- treatment sufficiently early in the
dents are classified into five sen- year to reach the last dose before
sitization groups. the hay fever season begins for
Sentization Groups him.
The first group consists of stu- Dr. Buenaventura Jimenez, Al-
dents who have checked eczema, lergy Clinic doctor, recommends
rose fever, hay fever or asthma. that the specific treatment should
These are the definitely sensitized continue throughout the year un-

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cases.
Those students who have
checked stomach upsets, food idio-
syncrasies, chronic nose condi-
tions, migraine headaches and
some skin conditions and who
have a positive family history of
sensitization are put into the sec-
ond group.
The third group consists of stu-
dents who have checked the above
symptoms who have no family his-
tory of sensitization.
Students who have none of these
symptoms but who have a family
history of sensitization belong in
the fourth group.
The fifth is a control group.
those students who have no sygnp-j
toms and no family sensitization
history.
Free Tests
Recommendations for lree sen -
sitization tests at, the Allergy
Clinic are made for the students of
groups one. two and four.
Two-hundred sensitization tests
are given to these students. If the
findings of ihe scratch test do not
fit clinically, a more reliable intra-I
dermal series of tests are given
which have more clear-cut reac-
Lions.
After the i tests have been .elassi-
fied, the student is then referred
to the Health Service dietician who
takes a sh.ort history of his eat-
ing habits and rechecks the intra -
dermals to insure that he gets
enough variejy in his frod and a
balanced diet.
Pollen Check
If the student is a hayfever cazse,

til the patient goes through two
or more seasons with very satisfac-
tory results. This usually requires
about five successive years of
treatment.
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Fordkam University
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW YORK
'hIrec-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
CO-EDUCATIONAL
MshEci ilr An. of American Law schools
Accredited College Degree Required
for Admission
Veraus Of World War I Ivhf) have
complet cdl two years of college work
toward accredited degree may natricu-
late within one year of honorable
discharge
Full trnnwript of record required
in every case.
FIVIsTl YEA 1I(LASS BEGINS
September 29, 1947
or furtfher information address
Registrar
Fordhamn University School of Law
3024 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y.

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