NVED\ESTDA.Y°, JULY 2, 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
End Of Tuberculosis In Sight I
As New Vaccine Is Discovered,
New York, July 1.-At last it ap-
pears that the medical world has
gained a permanent foothold in its up-
hill fight against the scourge of tub-
erculosis. While unwilling to commit
themselves definitely until more de-
tails are at hand, leading medicial
scientists here are of the belief that
the anti-tuberculosis serum developed
by Prof. Albert Calmette is the most
important advance in the war on Tb,
since the isolation of the bacilli of the
olation of the bacilli of the disease.
Calmette, assistant director of the
Pasteur institute in Paris, is looked,
upon as a man of eminence and dis-
cretion, and therefore it is considered
certain that his claims in behalf of
the efficacy of teh serum are well-
The vaccine, known as "BGG," is
not a cure but a preventative. It is
effective only when applied to persons
free from tubercular infection. Since
Jfw adults are perfectly free from in-E
fection the vaccine will have to be ad-
ministered to young children before
the disease has developed. It can be
given through the mouth.f
While stating that experiments can-
not be considered decisive until obser-
vations have been made over a period
of years, Calmette announced that the
results of experiments on consumptive
cattle and monkeys and on 217 new
born babies justify the hope that in-
oculation will prevent consumption.
The vaccine used is artifically re-
iduced in strength by 230 successive
cultures. Calves treated with it and
inoculated eighteen months later with
virulent tuberculosis bacilli which
would ordinarily. kill in eight weeks
remained alive and hearty.
With a preventative found, Doctors
see the beginning of the end for tub-
erculosis, the "great white plague."
CLUB IN CAIFORNIA
MAKES ANN-UAL REPORT
The University of l\hichigan club
of Pasadena, California shows itself
to very much alive according to the
annual report just sent to T. Haw-
ley Tapping by its secretary William
Five meetings have been held dur-
ing the past year and publicity con-
cerning these has been printed in both
local papers. The club has supplied
the public library and its five branch-
es with copies of Shaw's "University
of Michigan", and the main library
with the 1921 catalogue. It has secur-
ed and supplied both local papers with
reports of each varsity foot-ball game
and additional articles about "dope"
and individual men.
The Women's Alumnae council has
met regularly each month and had
charge of one of the meetings from
which the funds were turned over to
them to help the League. In addition
they raised more than $1600.00 toward
One of their solicitors, an under-
graduate women, solicited a gift for
Michigan from Mrs. Stinchfield of 341
Congress Place. She gave $10,000.00
HEALTH SERVICE OPEN
The privilege of the University
Health service will be extended
to all students of the University
Summer session. The Health
service is located at the corners
of Washtenaw and Volland ave-
nues and will be open from 9 to
12 o'clock daily except Sundays
and from 2 to 5 o'clock, Satur-
days and Sundays excepted. All
students who care to take ad-
vantage of it are given free med-
Physicians are available at all
times by calling the Health ser-
vice infirmary, University 186-M.
C H U B B
will be opei as usual
thruout the Summer
to be used for the purchase of 280
acres of land, fifteen miles from Dex-
ter to be reforested and used by the
Little investment - big
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.
C A R R I C K
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
61h Week 151h Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
A Thrilling and Beautiful Love Story
NEXT MONDAY-"YOU AND I"
"THE WAY OF A MAN"
By Emerson Hough, author of
"The covered Wagon."
"She Siipe:4 to Conquer"
A new comedy by H. C. Witwer
Thursday through Saturday
David Butler and Pauline Starke in
"THE ARIZONA EXPRESS"
The Yale Uuiversity Press pre-
sents "The Declaration of
"THE OLD FOOL."
"THE LAST WHITE MAN"
With an all-star cast.
Friday and Saturday
Gladys Hulette in
"THE NIGHT MESSAGE"
By Jaimes Fenimore Cooper
Charles Hutchison in "SURGING SEAS."
Prof. Albert Calmette
Hard Year Is
(Continued from Page One)
and McIntyre. Babcock and Kunow
are veterans at tackle, but Hall, 190
pound Ann Arbor candidate, Flora, of
Muskegon, Edwards, tampson, Goebel
and McCaffery look well also.
Loss of Curran and Neisch leaves
but one yeteran at end, Marion.
Witherspoon and Palmer from the
reserves, Munz, Moore, Keller and
Ryrholm, will be out for the berth.
The ends and tackles will give Coach
Little his biggest problem.
At quarter, Rockwell is a veteran.
He will be ably supported by Dum-
hoff, who comes from Waite high, To-
ledo. Other candidates are Hoffman,
Friedman, and Davis.
Captain Steger leads the field of
backfield candidates. Grube, Miller
and Herrnstein saw experience last
year. Last fall's freshman squad of-
fers promising material in Stamman,
former Waite fullback, Piekarski, and
Lovette. Heath, ho shoewd up well
in spring practice, Parker, Froemke,
Garber, Smith, Brackenberry, Fried-
man and Gegory are also showing
The Michigan team boas no
Granges. It has no Blott or Kipke,
But it should be well-balanced, with
power and a fair amount of speed
ONE double deck bed and Matresses.
2 double desks, 1 3-4 bed, 1 Bruns-
wich phonograph . (Console). 603
OLD TOWN canoe in excellent condi-
tion. Very reasonable price. Own-
er leaving town, must sell. Call
NEW GIBSON Mandolin. 324 E. Jef-
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SPECIAL summer rates at the "Y."
Three months Senior membership,
$3.50. All privileges.
MAH-JONGG lessona Miss Allen.
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
FIVE ROOM furnished apartment.
New, moderate rate, to right peo-
ple. Adults only. July, August or
permanently. 540 Walnut St.
WANTED at University Hospital
young and healthy men, weighing
about 150 lbs. for blood donors.
See Dr. Van Ornum, between 3 and
5 p. m., July 2.
SWIM at the "Y" Pool during the
summer months. Senior member-
ship, 3 months, $3.50.
Now is a good time to have your racket put in first class
All restringing done in our own shop-Excellent Serv-
ice and First Class Workmanship.
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