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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1930.

New York Waitress JIMENEZ REVIEWS
Gives Leisure Time EFFECTS OF FOOD

to Aviation StudyI

"Each person is an indJvidual
case. Chocolate may produce hives
on one person, headaches in an-
other, and gastro-intestinal dis-
turbances in still another," said
Dr. Bueneventura Jimenez of the
Sensitization Clinic of the Univer-
sity Health Service.
"Milk and bread, although gen-
erally considered healthful, are ac-
tual poisons to many people, man-
ifesting themselves as asthma, ec-
zema, headaches, hay fever, colds,
and many other ailments."
An enlarged inflamed area at
any of the scratches indicates to
what the person is sensitive. If
negative results are obtained, in-
tradermals or injections are given,
testing the foods. This final step
sometimes produces the particular
symptoms that the person suffers.
The clinic treated over 500
cases in 1929-30. Especially valu-
able as a working basis are statis-
tics relevant to the patient's past
health record, and that of his rel-
atives, for asthma, hay fever, and
eczema often run in the family.
"The Sensitization Clinic is one

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Former tuaent, min ian stan te unuee. ew sudents o fte skull. This is a brief description!
Summer Session and others in the vicinity of Ann Arbor who are grad given by Professor Adelbert Ford of
uates or former students of Michigan State College will meet after the
Men's Educational club meeting next Monday, July 21, to determine the the University of Michigan.I
date for a reunion and to confer on the program for the reunion. Every- Man's actions are determined by
one interested should make a special effort to attend. many factors in his nervous system,
instincts, emotional nature, and'
Summer Band: All male students interested in the formation of a natural intelligence, as well as the
summer band are requested to meet at Morris Hall tonight at 7:30. environment in which he lives.
Bring instruments. Nicholas Falcone. It involves a study of the asso- Beulah Uhruh,
ciation of ideas in the mind, the Waitress. a New York restaur-
The Women's Education Club will meet on Monday evening at 7:15 ways in which past experiences are at evte er re hours
at the League building. Mrs. Esther M. Cram, Regent of the University, recalled and habits formed. Finally ant, who devotes her leisurechours
will speak and meet the students informally following the meeting. it includes a treatment of the com- her limited commercial air pilot's
All women on the campus are invited to attend. plicated mental processes which go license and is shown slipping on
Con during imagining and reason- her flying suit over her waitress
Former Students, Central State Teachers College: A dinner has ing; how and why a person acts as c e at over feld.
been arranged for Thursday evening, July 24, in honor of President E. he does when facing a complex m Roosevelt field.
C. Warriner. All former students of Central State Teachers College are problem in his life.
urged to be present. The dinner will be held in the Women's League All of these aspects of human be-'Oath Bible' of angs
building at 6:30 o'clock. Those who expect to attend will report to hAior call for careful study and Becomes Museum Piece
Thomas Diamond at Room 4018 University High school before Sat- experiment before any laws of ac-
urday noon. The price of the dinner will be one dollar and twenty-ximeytbefdran (By Associated Press)
five cents. good in a majority of cases, said CHICAGO, July 17.-The "oath
Professor Ford. Bible" of the gangsters who once
Houses for Undergraduate W en: House heads are requested The value of knowing the laws of met in "Jim" Colosimo's famous
leave signing-out slips in the Undergraduate Office of the Women's thoughtsnd behaviourlisihe cafe was revealed today as teh-s!
League today. Isabelle Rayen, 'hutanbevirlesntei aewsrvae oa stnh
Summer Pres. Women's League use to aid education, to fit individ- century Greek manuscript of gos-
uals into proper vocations and pro- pel readings. It was once part of
fessions, and to enable people to the ritual equipment of the cathe-
Niagara Falls Excursion: Participants in the Niagara Falls Excur- live more suitable and successful dral of Argos, Greece.
sion leave East entrance of Natural Science Building by special motor- mental lives with fewer worries The manuscript, now in the Uni-
bus at 3 o'clock this afternoon. This motor-bus deposits passengers at and strains from bad mental ad- versity of Chicago's collection, is
the dock of the D. and C. line at the foot of Third Street. The steam- justments to the world in which a lectionary, or collection of the
er, Greater Detroit, departs for Buffalo at 5 p. m. William H. Hobbs. they live. gospel selections asigned to be
In commerce and industry mod-! read as part of the Greek orthodox
ern psychology is widely applied. ritual on various Sundays and holy
Some large institutions employing;days.
' many persons use physical and
mentalptests to place their em- PORTABLE
c4ployees in the positions to which TYPEWRITERS
they are temperamentally best fit-WE vk
We have all makes.
Bill McAfee, former ace of the It looks like the Indiana cage ted. Remington, Royals,
Wolverine pitching staff and a big team of next year is in for a lot of Corona, Underwood
cog in the Fisher-coached machines trouble if one may judge by the Californiareveals there is only one Cs
which won the 1928 and 1929 Con- formidable schedule that CoachI species of freshwater turtle native O. D. MORRILL
ference flags, is making good in Everett Dean has announced. Sev- to the Pacific Coast. 314 South State St. Phone 6615
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the most agreeable departments
the University Health Service.

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