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THE MICHIGAN BAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1948

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COLDS TO CHOLERA:
Health Service Provides'
Care for Ailing Students
By JANET WATTS
If you've got a cold, poor vision, or tuberculosis, there is a place
in this community of 21,000 temporarily parentless students where
somebody will listen to your complaints about those aches and pains.
That place is the modern red brick building on Fletcher street
where a staff of about 100 trained people daily dispense advice and
help.
FIRST STEP IN GETTING n}edical care for any ailment is as-
signment to one of the seven medical advisors-three for women and
four for men whose offices are located on the first floor.
Their general check up may be followed by special examina-
tion in the X-ray, mental hygiene, allergy, physical therapy, or
surgical departments.4
If necessary there is room for 60 patients in the rooms on the
third floor. "But seldom more than half the beds are used at one
time, except during epidemics," said Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, direc-
tor of Health Service.
* * *
A STUDENT'S DEATH dramatized the needs for student health
aid in the winter of 1912 when there were no such facilities. A popu-
lar music student had contracted pneumonia and in his delirium
escaped from the hospital walked to the river and drowned.
This event coupled with agitation from a Sunday school class

Pre=Medical
Group Will
MeetToday
The University Pre-Medical So-
ciety will hold its first meeting of
the semester at 7:30 p.m. today
in Rm. 3-G of the Union.
Dr. Wayne L. Whitaker, Sec-
retary of the University Medical
School, will discuss applications
to the Medical School and answer'
questions from the floor concern-
ing applications.
* * *
THE PRE-MEDICAL Society of-
fers students a unified organiza-
tion designed to meet their social
and academic interests.
All students who have com-
pleted or who plan to complete
the entrance requirements for
admission to medical school are
eligible for membership in the
Pre-Medical Society.
Students may join the Society'
by attending today's meeting or
by contacting any of the Society's
officers: Fred Schelkun, presi-
dent; Gilbert M. Bazil, vice-
president; Winifred Morphett,
secretary; and Harry L. Snyder,
treasurer.
' * * *
THE SOCIETY'S plans for the
near future include the printing
of a pamphlet containing infor-
mation regarding the require-
ments of the various medical
schools.
* * *
THE GROUP also intends to ob-
tain a complete file of application
blanks of all medical schools for
reference purposes.

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Enrollment Figures Confuse Educators

Although fall enrollment broke
all previous records at Michigan,
the overall picture of collegiate
enrollment throughout the nation
presented a confused picture of
slight gains and vanishing schol-
ars.
University of Illinois broke no
attendance records, according to
the Daily Illini. Exactly 18,598
headed for Champaign-557 less
than last year's enrollment there.
But at the University of Indiana,
the situation was again reversed
as 14,627 arrived for fall registra-
tion, the Indiana Daily Student
reported.
WEARY University of Southern
California administrators sighed
as they watched their latest ex-
pansion program swamped by
1,200 more scholars than they had
figured on. The result, according
to the Daily Trojan, will be class-
rooms more crowded thanbever.
The University of West Virginia
hit 6,512, according to the Daily
Athenaeum. And so the story went.
Despite official predictions, al-
most every school broke its prev-
ious enrollment record by margins
of one to three per cent.
However, the "tide of veteran
enrollment is ebbing," at the Uni-
versity of Indiana, with G.I. bene-
fits running out on some and
other veterans graduating. Khaki-
clad scholars were a dwindling
race.
University of Illinois dropped
off 10 per cent on G.I. enrollment
-almost identical with that of
Michigan.
NEWEST AMONG campus or-
ganizations reactivating on the
University of California campus

is the SWF - Student Workers ganized "The Barbarian Society."
Federation.

"Good wages; job security and
job seniority; hiring without re-
gard to race, creed or political
beliefs" is their slogan.
Before the war, the SWF
claimed a 500 membership on
campus and was considered the
leading factor in doubling hourly
pay rates in the UC area within
five years.
* * *
MEANWHILE, students at the
University of West Virginia or-

Without mentioning the use
lof the term, they declared them-
selves to be a group of unaffil-
iated students.
They hoped to give all-campus
dances and mixers, plan entertain-
ment for parents on Homq Com-
ing Weekend and provi.e :more
social contacts between students
and faculty members.
The Daily Athenaeum reports
that several chapters have formed
in the West Virginia area.

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Chest Drive
Is Announced
The special gift division for the
University in the 1949 Community
Chest Fund Drive will be directed
by Everett J. Soop, Director of the
University Extension Service, it
was announced by Professor John
Arthos, University campaign di-1
rector.
The solicitation of special gifts
will begin on October 6.
The University quota for this
year has been increased by 15 per
cent,

led to the construction of a fore-
runner of the Health Service on
the spot where Burton Tower is
located now.
Later the present Museum An-
nex was used and in 1939 the
present Health Service building
was built from funds provided by
P.W.A. and a small residue of
student health fees and bonds.
* * *
THE UNIVERSITY health set
up is among the top twelve of its
kind in the nation, according to
Dr. Forsythe.
Though the facilities for stu-
dents are adequate, there is no
way to provide care for faculty
and University employees, accord-
ing to Dr. Forsythe.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN pauses during his recent speech-making
tour of California to chat with James Roosevelt, who is boosting
Truman's campaign in the "sunshine" state.
Reception Honors Newberry

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John S. Newberry, Jr. was hon-
ored yesterday at a reception and
tea which opened the exhibition
of "The Newberry Collection of
Drawings and Watercolors" at the
University of Michigan's Museum
of Art.
* * *
NEWBERRY, Curator of Graphic
Arts at the Detroit Institute of
Arts, started his collection while
studying at Harvard University

in 1930 with Degas' study after
Michelangelo's "Battle of Pisa."
Since then he has added
many works ranging .from an
Ingres pencil, "Portrait of a
Lady" to John Piper's "Setting
for Lucretia."
Extremely interested in ab-
stract art, Newberry has added to
his collection, Paul Klee's, "Sex-
tette of the Genii" and Lipchitz's
"Theseus."

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FOR SALF-Used Bicycle, 2-2819.

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CROSLEY - 1947, excellent condition.
Ph. 9559 after 6:30 p.m. )73
MODEL "A" FORD, 1930. Call 2-9431.
Ask for Bob Ford. )72
PAIR of Season Choral Union Tickets.
Main floor, section 5. Ph. 2-4309. )64
MAN'S English Bike. 3 speed gearshift.
Good condition. $30.00. Ph, 2-9527 )69
CAMERA-Perfex "55," 35 mm. coated
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and sunshade. Phone 8574. Al Ott. )71
'36 FORD TUDOR. Good motor, good
tires, fair body. $275 or best offer.
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WHIZZER Motor Bike. Good cond. New
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WEBSTER Record Changer. Ex. cond.
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2-5275. )66
NEW BICYCLE with basket. See John
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TWO REMINGTON Noiseless Typewrit-
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GOLF CLUBS and Bag, good condition.
Also man's Gladstone leather bag.
Phone 2-0928. )61
PAIR LADIES English Riding Boots.
Tan, size 7%. Pr. Ladies tan riding
pants, ripcord, leather reinforced. Ph.
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BABY PARAKEETS-Beautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
)18
1935 CHEVROLET 2-door Deluxe. Very
good condition, heater. Call Elkins,
2-3481 evenings. Make an offer. )20
TWO $75 MEN'S SUITS both for $65;
size 38 regular. Natural gabardine
and a Glen plaid. Any week night
from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 311
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PURE BRED GREAT DANE
6 mos. Broke. Handles well
Excellent Health. Dark Brindle.
Male. Call 8856 after 7 p.m.
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WHIZZER Motor Bike for Sale. In good
condition, approx. $90. Phone 2-5184;
615 E. U. )57
MICROSCOPE-Mechanical stage and
carrying case. English make-Good
price-$65. Afternoon or evenings
Ph. 2-2105 or Apt. 1, 714 S. State St.
)37
1946 FORD V-8 sup-deluxe 2-dr sedan.
Clean, excellent condition. Ph.
25-9545. )60
BINOCULARS-Brand new 6x30 Uni-
versals with coated optics-Best of-
fer over $66. M. Stilleman, 9179. )50
ENGLISH made Norton Motorcycle
Model 18, 500 cc., 1946. Excellent con-
dition. Very reasonable. Ph. 2-3385.
)58
ESTABLISHED Sandwich Service for
Fraternities, Sororities, and Dormi-
tories. Good profits. Call 7211 at
mealtimes. )50

FOR SALE
Need a Good Place to Live?
Louis trailer, 1946 24-ft. Admiral, is
ready to move into behind 1880 Pack-
ard. Reduced price. Terms )51
1937 FORD TUDOR; Clean. Dependable
transportation for $280.00. Call 4145,
Room D-36 Lawyers Club )52
DODGE 4-door--'37 - New Engine,
front end, tires. See at 1379 Juansea,
Willow Village or contact Gil Vickers
Sch. of Mus., 12:30 til 1:00.
)53
BOUSCH and Lomb Microscope. Good
condition. $70. 1630 Darien Gt., Wil-
low Village. Inquire after 6.
)54
CAMERA-35mm. Dollina-cpld. RF-f
2.9-Filters. Phone 8618. )55
CHROME 1948 "Servi-Cycle., Just
Checked A-1 condition. Call Bob
Schmunk, 236 Hinsdale, E. Q., 2-4591.
)56
1939 MERCURY Rebuilt motor. New
transmission, new tires. Lou Allen.
708 E. Kingsley. )26
FLY HOME WEEKENDS
Luscombe Silvaire Deluxe Completely
equipped. A 1 condition. Sacrifice
$850 Phone 2-0300
) 42
YOUR PRINTZESS ZIPTOPPER takes
the weather in its stride It's weath-
er wise for the Michigan campus.
Exclusively yours at The Elizabeth
Dillon Shop. )1
SCARVES
ACCORDIAN PLEATED
PURE SILK PRINTS
$2.95
SHADED AND SOLID COLORS
$1.95
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
COMPLETE HOSIERY LINES
newest shades - every size
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building
)15
BUSINESS SERVICES
MAKE RESERVATION now for care of
children during football games. Ph.
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ALTERATIONS - Restyling - Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )1B
D'RESSMAKING--Custom-mode suits,
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LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
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BOUGHT AND SOLD--Men's used
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Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS. Standards-
portables-Also Rented, Repaired. We
buy used Typewriters. Office Equip-
ment Service Co. 1116 S. Univ. Ph.
2-9409. 111 S 4th Ave )4B
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Student
rates, week days: $1.50 per hour. Also
horses boarded. Stable % mile south
of Ypsi Airport, corner of U.S. 23 and
U.S. 112 Phone A. W. Cowan, 2-2266 or
871W11 Ypsi )6B

WANTED TO RENT
WILL SWAP Apartment on campus for
one in Grand Rapids. Contact Box
134, Michigan Daily by Thursday
noon. )1M
PERSONAL
DID YOU know this about RANDALLS
on State Street?
We have Bobbie Brooks Personalized
monogram sweaters. Slip over-$4.95
or cardigan-$7.95. )2P
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221 S. 4th Ave Ph. 4834
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If you want your picture, degree,
hometown in the 1949 Michiganen-
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noon this week except Saturday at
Ensian Business Office. )1P
LOST AND FOUND
SLIDE RULE lost in vicinity of West
Engine. Finder please call 8257.
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LOST--Bfown zipper wallet. Sat. nite.
Urgently needed, belongs to friend.
Please call 310 Betsy Barbour. )5L
LOST-Pair glasses in leather case. Sat-
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Strickholm, 735 Haven, 2-1241. )4L
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MISCELLANEOUS
WILL TRADE six season tickets, Sec-
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Call Bo'b, 2-9552. )IM
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from Angell Hall. Call 7449 after 6:30
p.m. )1R
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Rooms available. Call Student Room
Bureau, 2-8827; 11-12 a.m., 6:30-8 p.m.
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Bring your overnight or
week-end guests to the
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1133 East Ann Phone 8144
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Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Admission 50c
All Seats RESERVED

Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 2
8:30 P.M.
- Phone 6300

Lydia Mendelssohn Theater
(Michigan League)

1949 LECTURE COURSE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
7 Distinguished Speakers

WANTED
COUPLE leaving Willow Village. Call
Whitmore Lake, 2021. )3W
FOUR TICKETS to Purdue game, or
one or two pairs. Murf, 512 Williams,
West Quad. )4W

WANTED-1000 HEADS!!
Be they square, round or flat
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
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7 MUSICAL STARS
Y SONG HITS
ROY ROGERS - DENNIS DAY
starng in"Pecos Bi as"Johnny Appleseed'
y N T //O ' ? THE ANDREWS SISTERS
Frances LANGFORD - Freddy MARTIN

OCT. 12-
Robert Mao idoff
Recent AP and NBC
Representative in Moscow
"WHY I WAS EXPELLED
FROM RUSSIA"

Also
"Man from New Orleans
Gnu Look - Sports - News

ETHEL SMITH - BUDDY CLARK
SONS OF THE PIONEERS R
ERED WARING'S Pennsylvanians A
THE DINNING SISTERS

NOV. 19-
John Mason Brown
Famous Critic and Author
"BROADWAY IN REVIEW"
FEB. 24-
Cornelia Otis
Skinner
Brilliant Actress and
Author
Solo -Drama:
"WIVES OF HENRY VII"

NOV. 1-
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Swing
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"HISTORY ON THE
MARCH"

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