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TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDY, JUE 25,1929 HE SUMER MCHIGA DAIL

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LONDON, June 24- Parliamentr
convenes Tuesday for the first time
since the general election of Mayi
30, which returned a Labor plural-s
Public Health Institutes Open With ity to the house of commons andj
Record Attendance On First brought the fall of the governmentv
Day Enrollment of Stanley Baldwin, Conservative,t
and the accession of that of Ram-E
say MacDonald, Laborite.
TO RESUME MEET FRIDAY The meeting Tuesday will be ac
more or less perfunctory matter,k
Seventy-three persons attended merely for the purpose of swearing
in member=, with interest centered
the first of six special Public on next Tuesday's session, whenf
Health Institutes held last Friday the speech from the throne, reads
and Saturday, thus setting a new by Lord John Sankey, new lordt
record for opening enrollment at chancellor, will be read.
these lectures. The next Institute This speech is awaited with un-
will be given next Friday and Sat- usual interest, since it almost sure-
ly will reveal a number of impor-
urday. tant subjects, such as Anglo-Amer-
Various phases of public health ican conversations, the RhinelandX
were introduced at the first ses- evacuation, relations with sovietc
sion. Health education and pub- Russia, unimployment measures,.
licity were discussed by Miss Mar- May Tackle Housingu
jorie Delavan; new public health Among other things, the new1
was treated by Dr. John Sundwall. Labor government is credited withE
In the- afternoon meeting, which the intention of tackling the wholeE
followed a luncheon at the Union, question of slums and housing, es-i
medical and public health work in pecially provisions enabling work-
ers to obtain houses within reach
disasters, the control of diphtheria of their incomes. This lack in the
and the importance of heart dis- past has long been a matter of
ease to health officers. complaint.
Saturday's meetings were devot- Reform of the present system of
ed to school health problems, ma- administering pensions will be an-
ternity and infant hygiene, the other item in the government's
control of scarlet fever, and other program, with the removal of cer-
community and social aspects of tain alleged anomalies and injus-
the public health officer. tices with regard to widows and or-
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reform to be followed by introduc-
tion of a more comprehensive pen-
sion scheme.
Unemployment in all its phases
will be a foremost subject facing
the new parliament, with the Lib-
erals of David Lloyd George cer-
tain to make a bid for their scheme
of reducing the number out of work:
by increasing public construction.
Eight-Hour Day Up
The matter of eight-hour days
for the miners also is under con-
sideration, and there possibly may
be some move toward temperance
legislation, although this probably
will be shelved in committee rooms
or with some special commission.
While various matters of foreign
policy are very much parliament's;
concern, in many cases the admin-
istration can act without special!
parliamentary authorization.
The program facing the legis-
lators is a big one, and there obvi-
ously cannot be much legislative
output before the body riss forI
its vacation at the end of July.

Physics Department
'Presents Symposium
Introducing something new in
the way of summer campus activi-
ties, the physics department offer-
ed the first lecture of an eight
weeks physics symposium yesterday
morning in the lecture room of
the East Physics building. These
lectures are being given by men
from universities all over the world
who have spent years in the study
of the special branches of physics
on which they speak, and are of
immediate interest to those whol
have done or are doing advanced
work in that science.
ADVERTISING
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rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
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FOR RENT-4 room furnished
apartment with bath in an at-
tractive home on west side with-
in walking distance of campus.
Dial 4661. No. 1, 2, 3

FOR RENT-4 room furnished
apartment with bath in an at-
tractive home on west side with-
in walking distance of campus.
Dial 4661. No. 1, 2, 31
WANTED TO RENT during sum-'
mer session furnished lower
apartment or small house. Reply
to Edwin M. Boyne, Muskegon
Junior College, Muskegon, Michi-
gan.
WANTED-Graduate student or
working woman to share small
apartment. Mrs. H. R. Jones,
No. 14 Jefferson apt.
No. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

WANTED-Married student couple
to keep house for an elderly man.
Phone 6541.
WANTED-Young man desires
roommate to share apartment
for summer. Convenient to cam-
pus. Dial 3671. No. 2, 3,
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment-Also large double room for
women. Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 E.
Washington. No. 2, 3, 4.
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-formerly on School of Music
Faculty. 610 E. Liberty. Phone
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