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WEATHER
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VOL. IX, No. 12. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1928 PRICE FIVE C NTS

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SPECIALISTS t
ON HEALTH SI
IN INSTITUTE

LECTURE
JBJECTS
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.... LEAVE HERE ON TRIP 'ESTABLISH NONSTOP
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SIX SPEAKERS PRESENT VIEWS
ON PUBLIC AND SCHOOL
HEALTH WORK
MANY PHASES TAKEN UP
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Doctors, Educators, And Pubile iHealth
Workers To Appear On Program
Arranged Today
Opening the third of the special
Public Health Institutes yesterday
different phases of the work in the
public health field were taken up in
lectures by six authorities. Dr. H.
S. Atkins spoke at 9 o'clock. On
"Principals and Practures by six
authorities. Dr. H. S. Atkins spoke
at 9 o'clock in the morning on "Prin-
cipals and Practices of Sanitary In-
spection By the City." Doctor Atkins
is a member of the Pontiac Health
department, and, consequently,, was
able to give a very comprehensive
survey of the city government's part
in building up and maintaining high
health standards.
"Mental Hygiene" was the subject
of the next lecture, which was de-
livered by Dr. Edward B. Greene of
the psychology department of the uni-
versity. This talk dealt with the in-
dividual's attitude toward health, and
with the personal factor in public
health work.
Mr. Theodore Werle of the Michi-
gan Tuberculosis association, who
was to, have delivered a talk on tu-
berculosis, was unable to appear, and
his place on the program was taken
by JDr. Warren E. Forsythe, Director
of the University Health Service, who
spoke on "Vital Statistics."
Hoad Addresses Group
After a luncheon at the Union, the
lectures were continued at 1:30
o'clock with a talk by Prof. W. Hoad
of the Seciool of - Engineering on
"Public Health Engineering." Pro-
fessor Hoad took up the environment-
al influence on health, and the ways
in which it could be regulated and
controlled by engineering. Following
this Arthur K Woodhead of the Zoo-
logy department lectured on the sub-
ject of "Animal Parasites in Rela-
tion to Disease." Mr. Woodhead, who
is a specialist on animal parasites,
showed the ways in which such para-
sites as the Ascaris and the Hook
Worm bring about conditions of dis-
ease in man, and pointed out ways
' in which they could be combatted.
The last speaker on the day's pro-
gram was Miss Sally Lucas Jean,
health consultant to the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company, and adviser
to several other national agencies.
Miss Jean spoke on "Child Hygiene,"
emphasing the work that has been
done and that still needs to be done
in the schools throughout the coun-
yet.
Will Meet Today
This morning at nine o'clock the
second section of the third Public
Health Institute will begin. The first
lecture will be delivered by Miss
Mabel C. Bragg, assistant superinten-
dent of schools in Newton, Mass. on
the subject of "Health Teaching and
Supervision in Public Schools. This
will be followed by "Principles and
Practices of Public Health Nursing"
by Professor Barbara Bartlett of the
Medical School. At 11 o'clock Dr.
Carl Buck, epidemiologist of the De-
troit department of health, will speak
on "Problems of Health Administra-
tion."
After the luncheon at the Unior
three of the speakers on yesterday's
program will again appear to con-
tinue their lectures Professor Hoad

will talk on public health engineer-
ing, Mr. Woodhead on the subject of
the relation of animal parasites and
public health, and Miss Sally Jean
will conclude this third Institute with
a lecture on child hygiene.
BASEBALL RESULTS
Ameriean League
Chicago 9, Washington 8.
Other games rain and wet grounds.
National League
New York 11, Pittsburgh- 7.
Chicago 14, Brooklyn 8.
Only games scheduled.

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TAKE ADVANTAKE OF LOW COS-
AND EXPERT GIIDANCE.
OFFERED THEM
PROF. HUSSEY IN CHARGE
Excursion To Xnelude Steamer Pa.ss
age Trip In Niagara Gorge, And
Ride Over Giant Whirlpool-
Forty-six Summer Session students
left Ann Arbor yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock on the annual Niagara
Falls excursion conducted this year
under the direction of Prof. R. C.
Hussey of the department of Geology.
A special electric railway car was
chartered to transport the party from
Ann Arbor to Detroit. After reach-
ing Detroit the party boarded a lake
boat which was scheduled to leave
the Detroit port at 5 o'clock. Leaving
Detroit the party was bound for
Buffalo, where it is planned to take
a trolley to Niagara Falls.
While visiting the Falls Prof. Hus-
sey will explain various character-
istics and historical development of
the Niagara region, he having devoted
much of his time to the study of the
history and geological significance of
the Niagara Falls vicinity.
Special trips approaching as near
as possible to the whirlpool, the base

The above photographs shows Presi-
dent Coolidge seated at the desk in
his executive office at Superior, Wis-
consin. The temporary offices of the
President are located in the Central
high school of that city. The Presi-
dent has -to traverse 35 miles on each
trip to the executive offices from Cedar
Island Lodge on the Brule river,
where he is spending his' vacation.
Forced by rain to stay close to his
summer residence on the Brule dur-
ing the first days of his vacation, he
spent several busy hours on his in-
itial trip to the offices recently.
NEIN'S CLUB TO HEAR
ADDREISS BY O'NEIL

iMarooned Members of Nobile's Crew.
Receive Provisions By Planes
From Sweden
ATTEMPTS TO SAVE FIVE
(By Associated Press)
STOCKHOLM, July 7.-Lieutenant
Eimar Paal Lundborg, the daring
Swedish aviator who rescued general
IUmberto Nobile on an ice ffoe of Fyon
Island, has himself been rescued bt
another Swedish airman, Lieutenant
Shyberg.
After Lundborg had carried General

Br. Julius Klein
Director of the fedeal bureau of
foreign and domestic commerce, is
! uggested to succeed his chief, Her-
bert Hoover, when the Republican
presidential nominee retires from the
secretaryship of commerce.
EXPLAINS MERITS OF
,
Practical Value Lies In Foundation
Provided By Campus Activity And
Classroom Training'

FLYING FROM EUROPE TO SOUTH
AMERICA, AIRMEN REMAIN
ALOFT l2i-HOURS
ROME IS STARTING POINT
Ferrarin And Del Prete Direct Plane
Toward R1o De Janeiro But Are
Forced Down Near Natal
(By Associated Press)
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 6- Two
Italian airmen today held the record
for the longest non-stop flight-4,417
miles.
Making the -first. continuous flight
from the mainland of Europe to the
mainland of South America, Captain
Arturo Ferrarin and Major Carlo P.
Del Prete brought their huge Savoia
plane to rest on the beach at Point
Genipabu, 10 miles north of Port Na-
tal, at 7:50 in the afternoon (5:50
eastern standard time) Thursday.
They had been in the air within
one minute of 52 hours, having hop-
ped off from Monticelio Field, Rome,
at 7:51, Rome time, (1:51 Eastern
Standard time) Tuesday afternoon.
They broke the distance flight re-
cord of 3,909 miles set by Clarence D.
Chamberlin and Charles A. Levine a
little more than a year ago in a iflight
from Roosevelt Field, New York, to
Eisleben, Germany. ,
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Speaker Is Authority On All Matters Nobile back to Kings Bay he met ,with'
Pertaining To Public Speaking disaster in an attempt to rescue others
And Speech Courses of the five men marooned on the icej
His plane was overturned and he had
SUBJECT NOT SELECTED to remain with them.
- The Swedish expedition set out to
Prof., James M.' ONejl; 'head of the search for the group of castaways)
department of Speech of the Univer- of the Nobile party, and particularly
sity of Michigan, will speak to mem.- to carry aid to the men left behind
bers of the Men's Education Club at near Foyn Island, to provision then
their next weekly meeting to be held and to make a landing if that v
at seven o'clock Monday evening at found possible. Two relief planes
the Unioi. It was announced yester- flew over this group and dropped
day that Professor O'Neil had not as supplies. Later they proceded along
yet selected a subject, but that it the coast of Northeast land and
would probably deal with some phase neighboring islands, continuing as far
of the work of his department. as latitude 79.40.
This occasion offers an opportunity At midnight the speed plane had
to all school men and women to gain j once more left their provisional base
a personal contact with Professor on the north of Northeast land on a
O'Neil, to learn something of the second flight, and it was on this flight
function of a speaking course in the that the rescue of Lundborg was ef-
modern educational scheme, and to fected.' Though details are meager
be told of the work that the Speech it is understood that Lieutenant Shy-
department of the university is do- berg selected open water not far from
ing. The speaker is an authority on where the marooned men were en-
all matters pertaining to public speak- camped, managed to come down safe-
ing and to speech courses. ly. He took Lundberg aboard and
The activities of the department of returned to the Quest, the vessel from
which Mr. O'Neil is the head vitally which the planes were operating.
concerns every school belonging to
the Michigan High Schools Debating, Receive More Provisions
League, and it is therefore expected (By Associated Press)
that all persons representing these KING'S BAY, Spitzbergen, July 7.--
schools on the campus will be pres- Five marooned members of the crew
ent. of the Italia today had enough pro-

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tere1 1t h 1e au Lso been rra g uxCapt. Ferrarin and MaJ. Del Prte
terest have also been arranged. COLLEGE WORK IS ASSET went to Port Natal by automobile to-
Among these will be a trip by trolley __day from Touros.
long the rivergthe Mist, boat ride on The practical value of college jour-- Follow Southwest Route
over the giant whirlpool in a specially nalism lies in the foundation pro- In their record-breaking flight they
constructed car suppended from f vided both through campus activity followed apmute past Gibraltar and
cable that stretches from one bank and through class training. From the over the Cape Verde islandsVand
southwest over the Atlantic before
to another. viewpoint of Donald Haines of the landingto erbeAnTicore
Enrollment Is Larger Journalism department in a recent 4 miles, but an airline is used
This student excursion Is part of a unofficial interview, the "cub" whe in determining the record.
series of student excursions to points has had such training is able to come Stormy weather with heavy clouds
outside of Ann Arbor which are open out of the novitiate period ead put the flyers in peril in tire last
to all students enrolled in the Sum- those who enter the work entirely hours of their long flight. They had
mer Session. The enrollment this unprepared. difficulty in getting their bearings
year in the Niagara excursion was The college training,hMr. Haines after reaching the coast of Brazil.
rather large as compared to that of believes, not only gives this added ad- Sighted over Port Natal at 4:05 they
former years. Much interest in the vantage, but also provides the back- were believed to be headed for Rio de
trip, however, was brought about as ground so often necessary to those .Janeiro. Preparations immediately
a result of a lecture that Prof. Hus- ivho would go beyond this first stage. were begun there to welcome the air-
sey gave several days ago regarding University courses offered here are men and special trains began to carry
various phenomena of the Falls. of that practical nature which gives enthusiasts to Affon'so Aviation Field
Plans have been made to have the tas nearly actual experience as is to greet the flyers.
party leave Niagara Falls Sunday possible, -and to which is added edu- Apparently the airmen became con-
morning, arrivingin Ann Arbor early cation along general lines. This fits fused, ifor three hours and forty-five
Mondymorning, the individual for the greater respon- minutes after being sighted at Port
Mondaymorning. _ _sibility of the better jobs. There i Natal they landedk on the beach 10
a mistake which is often made on this miles to the north. At 9:10 however,
REED INVITED TO score, states Mr. Haines, and one they took off again, resuming their
ALBANY BY SMITH which graduates fresh from suck flight toward Rio de Janeiro.
training are apt to fall into-that of All the landing fields along the
(By Associated Press) ; encouraging a feeling cf essential coast which are used by the mail
NEW YORK, July 7.-Governor Al- superiority to the elementary, work planes of the France-Argentina ser-
fred C. Smith has written Senator, inevitably offered them. This ide vice were lighted to guide the Ital-
James A. Reed of Missouri, his chief makes the job of street reporter irk- ;ans on their way during the night.
antagonist at the Democratic national some and provides one of the great- Those who had flocked to the Rio
convention, inviting him to go to Al- est stumbling blocks in the game, both, de Janeiro field in the afternoon re-
bany and discuss the coming cam- for the new initiate and those un- I mained there throughout the night to
paign. fortunate enough to follow him. welcome the Italians.

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Woman Flyer Given.
Ovation On Return
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, July 7.-Miss Amelia
Earhart, first woman to fly across
the Atlantic, and the two male mem-
bers of the crew of the monoplane{
Friendship 'were home today to re-
ceive the plaudits of their country-
men.
Aboard the United States liner]
President Roosevelt, the flyers spent
the night off quarantine as the shipf
awaited the change in tide to proceed
up the harbor.
All the fanfare that attended the
return of other trans-Atlantic flyers
awaited them-a trip up the bay on
the municipal tug Macom with Grover,
Whalen and the mayor's committee ofi
welcome, a landing at the Battery, a
ride up Broadway to city hall for a
formal welcome and then a motor-
cycle-escorted dash uptown to the
Hotel Biltmore.

visions to withstand the rigors of the
Arctic until rescued from their per-
ilous position on the ice.
"Swedish flyers dropped provisions,
medical supplies and new batteries
for the marooned men's radio. In the
meantime, there seemed little likeli-
hood that the Russian ice-breaker
Krassin would be able to effect their
rescue soon.
After battering its way through the
pack ice, the vessel was halted fifty
miles from the castaways with a
damaged propellor. While this was
being repaired the ship drifted with
the heavy and almost impenetrable
ice.
SURGEON WILL DELIVER
LECTURE SERIES HERE
Dr. L. L. Lumenden, senior surgeon
with the United States Public Health
Service, will deliver a series of four
lectures on "National Health Prob-
lems" on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day, and Thursday of next week at
4 o'clock in Natural Science auditor-
ium.

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Kramers Discusses Main Advance In The . ENJOY WELL EARNED REST
(By Associated Press)
Realm Of Physics In The Past Few Years RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, July 7
-A well earned rest was enjoyed to-
"Perhaps the main advan'ce in the to explain the details of the new dis- day at Natal by Captain Arturo Fer-
realm of physics during the last few covery, which are difficult for the rarin and Major Carlo T. Del Prete.
ordinary person to understand. He They were brought there by the Bra-
years has bee the discovery that endeavored to make the idea more zilian mail plane Torus, 50 miles north
the ultimate particles of matter under clear by stating that under the new of Natal, where they finally landed
the atomic theory have not all the theory the popular belief that in radio! after giving up their attempt to reacn
properties which hae. ben ascri tubes the electrons ya ssbetween the Rio de Janeiro on the second leg of
to them," said Professor H. A. Kran, three elements in certain paths and their record breaking flight from
ers of Utrecht, Holland in an inter- with definite velocities is not abso- Rome.
view yesterday. luetely correct. "We might better say The airmen reckoned that they had
Professor Kramers is on the com- they move like waves of water," he been in the air atotal of 59 hours,
pus during the summer to deliver a stated. excluding the brief rest at the two
series of lectures in the physics de- When asked to compare the uni- beaches north of Natal. They said
partment on various phhses of tb Iversities of this country with those that their average speed record break-
atomic theory, which has been his in Holland Professor Kramers said ing part of their flight was about 175
particular line of study in the fie1 that one big difference was in siz kilometers (108 2-' miles) an, hour.
of physics. He has been in this coun- and in the number of students at- Both men were in excellent spirits
try four months and during that time tending. To him it seemed as thou; and showed no adverse physical ef-
has lectured in many of the large everyone went to college in the United fects from their great effort.
universities of the United States, i States, while in Holland the number
cluding Columbia. He expects to re- able to enter was much smaller. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN
turn to his work In Utrecht in Au- "It appears to me from my work LEAVES ON AUTO TOUR
gust. in this country thus far that student,
"The discovery which changed our are not as well trained here before William Warner Bishop, University
ideas of atomic physics was that mad entering college as they are in Hol- librarian, left yesterday morning for
in 1924 by de Broglie, a Frenchman land. At least in the field of phys - an extended automobile trip through
that atomic movement in time auc' the high schools do not seem to have the North. He will follow no definite
space is more like recurring wave given the pupil the proper foundation route, but intends to drive straight
of water than separate and distine for the work he has to do when in north through the northern peninsula

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particles moving in deflinite orbits,"
said Professor Kramers. We went on

college," concluded Professor Kram- into Canda. His vacation will last
ers. I for about five weeks.

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