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October 31, 1957 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1957-10-31

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Accuse Hare
Of Ignoring
Wayne 'U'
Senior editors of the Wayne
State Collegian accused Secrtary
of (State James M. Hare, a Wayne
alumnus, of neglecting their uni-
versity in a front page edtitorial
last week.
Specifically, the editors claimed
Hare should have put Wayne's
colors, green and gold, on Michi-
gan's license plates.
In 1954, the Wayne students
pointed out, the University's
maize and blue adorned the
state's licenses. In 1955, Michigan
State's centennial, green and
white were on the plates, revers-
ing to white and green in 1956.
Since 1959 marks the 90th year
of Wayne's existence and since
the Detroit school is now a state
university, the Collegian editors
suggested green and gold '59
plates to alumnus Hare.
In a letter to Collegian Editor
John Husher, Hare agreed:
Wayne State's ^olors will be test-
ed for contrast and visibility on
license plates, he announced yes-
Later testing will consider the
colors of other state-supported

For Cancer
Improved methods of surgery
and X-rays have doubled man's
hope for cure of cancer of the
throat or mouth, according to two
medical experts.
These new methods, they said,
have spread across the entire
country, while only a generation
ago they were offered in only a
handful of medical centers.
Speaking before the American
Medical Society in New York, Dr.
John V. Brody and Dr. Milton T.
Edgerton, of Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity, noted the following signi-
ficant cancer decreases:
1) In cancer of the mouth cases,
figures show that 50 per cent of
those surviving five years or more
recover today. Twenty years ago,
only 25 per cent of the victims
lived tlat long.
2) Just eight years ago, less
than eight per cent of those suf-
fering from c a n c e r of the
pharynx, the back of the upper
throat, had any hope of surviving
five years. Today 35 per cent live
at least this period of time.

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