SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1950
AT LEAST BILLS DON'T HURT:
Drilling Pains Eased at Dental Clinic
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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A trip to the dentist usually in-
'#olves two types of pain-the one
experienced in the chair and the
other in paying the bill.
However at the dental clinic of
thi Dentistry School, at least the
pain Of paying the bill has been
MOST STUDENTS don't realize
h4 easy it is to secure dental aid
at the clinnic," Dr. Harold W. Held,
profEssor of dentistry remarked.
S in eases' that are not emer-
tncles, we usually ask the stu-
dents to make an appointment
#t'the second floor office of the
dental building," he continued.
"The preliminary examinations
are conducted by senior dental
students under the surveillance of
facwlty members. The patient
suwaAlly has some idea of what is
troubling him-for example, cavi-
ties, chipped teeth or a loose
plate," Dr. Held added.
"After the examination, the pa-
'tient is referred to junior or senior
dental students who do the actual
work," he pointed out. Dr. Held
,emphasized that each step 'in the
work done by the student dentists
is carefully checked by the facul-
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MANY STUDENTS wonder why
w# are not always able to accept
then in the clinic," Pr. Held said,
"Fr example, only'2,000 of the
5,000 people who came to the clin-
Ik for care last year were given
treatrent. This happens because
znany of the cases are beyond the
present ability of the dental stu-
dents," he added.
'When cases of this type come
to the clinic, we ususally refer
them to the Health Service or.
*:.rivate practitioner," he said.
"The expense of using the clinic
ordinarily includes a $.50 registra-
tion fee, good for a school year; a
$P chrge for two X-rays, which in
most cases can be used for more
,thao one year and other costs to
c0ver:the expense of materials,"
Central Michigan College
ALUMNI POW WOW
- . Itt Hotel -Ypsilanti
Sat., October. 28, 1950
1i et Supper after the game.
tO ?. raMr.at Price, $2.00
1hx; zeservations call 6897.
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In the Dorms
(ED._NOTE-Anysocial news or
other items of interest from any
men's or women's dorm, league
house, or co-operativehouse should
be reported to Jane Ellzey at the
Daily or 9319.)
There was a lot of buzzing
around connected with the rais-
ing of the Homecoming displays
this weekend, but even this was
equaled by the last minute rush
to get ready for the many social
events planned as entertainment
for out-of-towners on the campus.
Alumni, families, Wisconsinites
-all have poured into Ann Arbor
for the annual get-together and
the welcome mat' has been out in
a big way.
LEADING OFF on the list of
those holding after-the-game open
houses was Betsy Barbour, who
invited their class instructors to
drop in, in addition to other guests.
The center of the refreshment
table featured a miniature model
of their house, complete with
electric lights, and pipe-stem
cleaner figures in familiar "clos-
ing hour scenes."
Helen Newberry, Jordan and
Mosher also had open-houses fol-
lowing the game.
YESTERDAY was the annual
meeting of the Men of Lloyd House
Alumni Association, and a very
full schedule kept everyone busy.
After the game, an open-house
and dinner were on the agenda,
followed by a business meeting of
the Association at 7:30 p.m.
Ted Smith and his orchestra
provided the music later in the
evening as guests were enter-
tained at a dance held in the
Lloyd House dining room.
Earlier in the week Bob Leopold
and his band offered a program of
jazz renditions as advertisement
for last night's dance.
. t .
THE FIRST CO-OP party of the
year was held last night at Muriel
Lester House, for the purpose of
getting acquainted with the new
officers of the Inter-Cooperative
Council. Students from all six of
the residences in this league were
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OPEN WIDE-Nancy Rand, '51D, a dental hygienist in the Dental
School clinic, coerces a young patient into the proper position to
receive a flourtne treatment. Miss Rand is one of the many
dental students practicing her chairside manner in the clinic.
Holi-day extended at Minnesota
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fountain pens repaired
The University of Minnesota
has decided to excuse classes on
the Friday and Saturday after
Thanksgiving this year for the
first time, according to George
Roumell, president of the Student
Legislature here at the University.
Roumell said that he received
word of this new vacation from
IAIJ to Present
Tryouts are wanted by the In-
ter Arts Union for their new fall
Production of Jean Cocteau's "The
An announcement of the time
and place of the tryouts meeting
which will be held in a short while
will' befound in The Daily some-
time this week.
Jim Marvin, president of the All-
University Congress of Minnesota.
This action leaves the Uni-
versity of Michigan the last
Big Ten school holding classes
t h r a u g h the Thanksgiving
weekend, Roumell pointed out.
Earlier this week, the Univer-
sity's Conference of Deans denied
an .SL proposal to make the long
weekend legal in Ann Arbor..
The plan would have the class
time lost on the two day holiday
made up by holding classes on the
the Christmas and Spring re-
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Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 24
Petitions for the fall election for
Student Legislature, J-Hop Com-
mittee, Board in Control of Stu-
dent Publications student mem-
bers, and Engineering Senior Class
President may be obtained until
Tues., Oct. 24 at the Student Leg-
islature Office, 122 S. Forest from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Seniors: College of L.S.&A., and
Schools of Education, Music. and
Public Health: Tentative lists of
seniors for February graduation
have, been posted on the Regis-
trar's bulletin board in the first
floor corridor, Administration Bldg.
Any changes therefrom should be
requested of the Recorder at Reg-
istrar's window number 1, 1513 Ad-
Seniors and Graduate Students
in Mechanical & Industrial (Me-
chanical) Engineering: Students
are asked to fill out their Person-
nel Record Card immediately and
watch the Bulletin Board for fu-
ture interviews. These cards are
kept on file in the Mechanical
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