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THE MTCHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1950

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RAGWEED INTELLECTUALS:
Allergies Indicate Better Minds.

By BOB SOLT
Don't feel too sorry for your-
self if cat fur, ragweed, or cer-
tain foods bother you - chances
are that since you are sensitive
to these things you probably have
above average intelligence.
This conclusion isn't just a
guess to give hay fever and other
allergy sufferers some consola-
tion for their miseries, but is the
definite conviction, supported by
20 years of study with allergy
cases, of Dr. Buenaventura Jime-
nez, who is in charge of the
Health Service Allergy clinic.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

"I FIRST NOTICED about 20
years ago when the allergy clinic
opened that many of the students
coming, to the clinic wore pins of
honorary societies," Dr. Jimenez
explained as the clue that started
him on his study.
"So beginning in 1931, I have
been and still am collecting re-
sults of standard intelligence
tests given to thousands of uni-
versity. students," he continued.
"Without knowing at first
whether the students were allergic
or not, I compared each scholastic
record with the medical case his-
tory of each student. In most
cases and with few exceptions,
the results seem to show that stu-
dents with allergies have more
successful grades than those who
are non-allergic."
* * *
DR. JIMENEZ SAID this does-
n't mean that people with allergies
don't make poor grades. But in
cases where allergic students do
fali, his figures indicate they fail
less in proporton than those who
are non-allergic.
He doesn't believe it surpris-
ing or unusual that "sensitized"
students have higher grades
than average, since the brain
cells of allergic students are
naturally more sensitive and
hyperactive, making it possible

for them to learn easier or fast-
er.
The specialist emphatically dis-
counted an opinion that allergic
students have higher grades than
average because they remain in-
doors and study more instead of
engaging in a normal amount of
physical activity.
Dr. Jimenez also pointed out
that his figures show a well known
psychological fact that males gen-
erally do better in sciences, while
women do better in classic studies
like history, art, and languages.
Job Petitions
.For Hill el Due
Petitions for Hillel Executive
Council's four positions are due at
the Foundation offices tomorrow,
according to Lynn Gutenberg,
council member.
Elections for the offices, open
to any interested Hillel member,
will be held Monday. Petitions
must contain 25 valid signatures
of Hillel members to be eligible.
Candidates for the 10 openings
on the Student Council, for which
elections will be held in May,
should also file their petitions at
the Hillel office by Tuesday, Miss
Gutenberg added.

Nationalized
Theatre Aids
Arts -- Evans
State aid for the Arts has great-
ly helped the English theatre Prof.
B. Ifor Evans, Principal of Queen
Mary College in the University of
London, declared yesterday.
Tracing the growth of the thea-
tre during the war and post-war
periods, Prof. Evans noted that a
great change has taken place in
the English theatre productions in
the past ten years.
* * *
"BECAUSE the government
gives aid to non-profit educational
productions, many companies
have been able to exist which had
no means before," he said.
Prof. Evans also explained
that outstanding achievement
has been made in drama since
the war. "The security and con-
tinuity provided for the com-
panies through the aid has al-
lowed them to put on magnifi-
cent productions," he said.
Prof. Evans pointed out that
government help has also given
rise to a revival of verse drama.
"There has also been a definite
renewal of romanticism on the
English stage," he related.
Commenting on the compara-
tive lack of government inter-
ference in the productions, the
professor explained that some
controversy over the nature of an
educatiolal production sometimes
arises, but the theatre groups
have been generally left free to
expand.

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Publication in The Daily Official
Buletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
As istant to the President, Room 2552
AdmmiA~tration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
@n the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 135
Notices
Regents' Meeting: Sat., May 20,
at 0:00 a.m. Communications for
fqnideration at this meeting must
e ii the President's hands not
1Ater than May 11.
Herbert G. Watkins,
Secretary
Senior .Class Commencement
-Announcements will be sold
Thurs. and Fri., April 20 and 21,
for all schools except Law, Medi-
cine, and Dentistry, in the lobby
of the Administration Building.
The waiting list for the Univer-
uity Terrace Apartments and Vet-
erans' Housing Project will be op-
en in the Office of Student Affairs
on April 27 and 28, 1950. The fol-
lowing students are eligible to ap-
ely:
1. Only married veterans of
World War II who are at present
registered in the University may
apply. . -
2. Only Michigan residents may
apply. (The Regents' definition of
a Michigan resident follows: "No
one shall be deemed a resident of
Michigan for the purpose of regis-
tration in the University unless he
qr she has resided in this State six
months preceding the date of pro-
_,4enrollment.")
3. Only full-time students carry-
ing 12 hours of work or more, or
part - time student and
part - time teachers, whose total
hours of teaching and class hours
elected amount to an equivalent of
12 hours or more, may apply.
4. Veterans who have incurred
physical disability of a serious na-
ture will be given first considera-
tion. A written statement from Dr.
rorsythe of the University Health
Service concerning such disability
should be included in the appli-
cation.
5. Length of service, particularly
overseas service, will be an im-
portant determining factor. (In
considering an applicant's total
length of service, A.S.T.P., V-12,
and similar programs will be dis-
counted.)
6. If both husband and wife are
veterans of World War II and the
husband is a Michigan resident
and both are enrolled in the Uni-
vrsity, their combined applica-
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WOMAN'S riding boots size 8 2. Ex-
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BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-Reasonable rates. Accurate
work. Phone -4040. )25B
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