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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1932

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 7, A.932

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Two Youths Plan Flight to Norway

Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all tnembers of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
until 3:30, exceptIng Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOLUME 'XIII THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1932 NUMBER 9

Notice to Heads of Departments and All Others Interested: Somei
saving can be made by disconnecting telephones and having them recon-
nected in am le time for the opening of the University in the fall. If you
know of an telephone which can be disconnected during the summer
without interfering with the general efficiency of your department please
communicate. the fact to Mr. Frank Clever of the Business Office.
Shirley W. Smith
Excursion No. 4-Niagara Falls and Vicinity: The Department of
Geology will conduct the Summer Session excursion to Niagara Falls as it
has for many years. The trip is open to all students of the Summer Ses-
sion and their friends.d
This year total expenses may be kept under $15.00, including an, ade-
quate allowance for incidentals. This total provides for all the imprtant
features at the Falls as well as for round trip railroad fare, hotel accom-
modations, meals, and the like.
Further information concerning the itinerary, expenses for individual
items of the trip, and other details are available at the Summer Session
office, Room 9 University Hall. Round trip rail tickets must be secured
before Friday noon, July8. W. H. Hobbs

Medical Library
Given Valuable
]Book Collection
(Continued from Page 1)
be classified as a period of carica-
ture; and, 'lastly, is the modern
"Dance of Death," many ideas for
which arose from the World war.
In almost all of these representa-
tions, the physician plays a more
or less prominent part. It is to the
physician himself that Dr. Warthin
has directed his attention.
From the work of Holbein came
the Biblical verse which forms a
text for many of the representa-
tions. It is only "Physician, cure
thyself," and is to be found in Luke
iv, 23. Death is always the victor
except in a few recent works. In
one, a print designed in the early
19th century by Collings, the tables
ate turned and the physician dis-
charges the clyster full in the face
of the advancing skeleton. Even
this is only "ridicule towards the
medical profession," Dr. Warthin
explains.
In addition to the representations
of the physician with death, the
skeleton may be seen shaking hands
with the undertaker, riding out of
town on a ghastly car laden with
cholera victims, pouring out the
apothocary's medicines, lurking in
the closets of the insurance agency,
or mounting on the horse of the
quack doctor.
Death is to be.-seen leering at the
soldier through the barbed wire en-
tanglements or rising out of the bul-
warks in front of which awounded
soldier lies. Death is even to be
seen on the shell-torn battlefield,
standing awed at its own destruc-
tion._"

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Republicans Commence
'Campaign At Chicago
CHICAGO, July 6.-(AP)-The
Republicans formally opened t h e
campaign to re-elect President Her-
bert Hoover todays establishing na-
tional headquarters in the Palmer
House. Eyerett Sanders, chairman
of the National Committee and gen-
eralissimo of the field forces, con-
ferred with publicity director, for-
mer Gov. Henry Allen, of Kansas.'
The entire sixth floor of the hotel
was occupied by the campaign forces
which for the first time in the
party's history will be directed from
the West.
One of the first pronouncements
by Sanders was that whatever the
President had to say would cone di-
rect from the White House. All
speaking tours, other than the Pres-
ident's, would be planned ii$ Chi-
cago.

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Observatory Nights: The University Observatory will be open to stu-
dents of the Summer Session Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 11,
12, and 13, from 8:15 to 10 P. M. Admission will be by ticket. Tickets
may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session upon the presenta-
tion of the treasurer's receipt.
Summer Session University Band: Special 'Rehearsal tonight at 7:00
in Morris Hall. Open to all students of the University who play band in-
struments. Bring your own instrument, the Basses and Drums only are
furnished by the band. Nicholas D. Falcone
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Arthur 3Bramley, Assistant Director of the
Bartol Research Foundation, will talk on' "The Neutron" at 7:15 p. m.
tonight, in Room 2038, East Physics Building. All interested are cor-
dially invited to attend. S. Goudsmit
Lecture: Professor Edwin D. Dickinson will lecture on "The Enforce-
ment of International Law" Friday, July 8, at 8 p. m. in Room 1025 Angell
Hall. The lecture is open to the public.
Art Exhibition: A small collection of) water colors, prints, and etch-
chings, all by Assistant Professor Valerio, i now hung in the ground floor
corridor cases of the Architectural Buildidg. It may be seen daily from
9:00 to 5:00, excepting Sundays.
Brookhart-Fish Debate: Senator Smith W. Brookhart of Iowa and
Congressman Hamilton Fish, Jr., of New York will debate in Hill Auditor-
ium on' Monday evening, July 11, at 8:15. The subject for the debate
will be: "Shall the United States Recognize Soviet Russia?" Reservations
should be made now at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box office.
FACULTY CONCERT: James Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Voice
'in the School of Music, assisted, by Maud Okkelberg, Assistant Professor
of Piano, will give the following program Tuesday evening, July 12 at 8
o'clock in Hill Auditorium. The'general public with the exception of small
children is invited without admission charge: Haendel: Recitative Deeper
and Deeper Still from "Jephtha"; Air Waft Her Angels Through The Skies
"Jephtha"; Aria, "Sound An larm" from "Judas Maccabaeus"; Giordani:
Caro Mio Ben; Gaccini: Aarilli; Carissiini: Vittoria; Donizetti: Aria,,
"Una Furtiva Lagrima" from "L'Elisir d'Amore"; Strauss: Morgen; Schu-;
bert: Du Bist Die Ruh; Brahms: O Kuhler Wald; Brahms: Vergebliches
Standchen; Rachmaninoff : At Night; Moussorgsky: Little Star; Tchai-
kovsky: Pilgrim's Song. Charles A. Sink
The Liberal Student's Union of the Unitarian Church announces the'
first of a series of summer discussions for Sunday Night, July 10, 7:30 p. m.,
The Subject: "Economic Planning""Refreshments and social hour follow'
the discussion. The group will meet in the church parlors, corner State
and Huron.

Associa teadIPres~s kPoto
In a rebuilt monoplane these two youths planssoon io fly the
Atlantic to Oslo, Norway. Clyde Lee (right), 24, of Oshkosh, Wiscon-
sin, is -to pilot the ship and Julius Robertson (left), 19, of Oshkosh and
Negaunee, Michigan, is to be his navigator and relief pilot.
Hospital X-Ray Shows Lack of
'Padding' Clue to Back Aches

A new clew to cause of the array
of aches and pains in the back and
legs, which have tortured the humman
race from primitive to modern times,
and which physicians and layman
alike have been able to describe only
in such general terms as sciatica,
sciatic rheumatism or lumbago, has
been discovered by research at Uni-
versityl hospital. In, 70 pet cent of'
patients with sciatic rheumatism as-
sociated with "low back pain" and
similar symptoms, X-ray study re-
vealed that the padding which na-
ture provides between the bony
parts of the spine had degenerated,
allowing pressure on delicate nerves.
Between every . vertebra nature
has placed a cartilaginous pad, the
intervertebral disc, in the center of
which, is an oval sac filled with gela-
tinous matter and called the nucleus
pulposa, which 'acts as an hydraulic
shock absorber -for the jars and pres-
sures occurring, in the backbone.
The majority of sciatic patients ex-
amined by Dr. Paul Williams at Uni-
versity hospital were cases in which
the nucleus pulposa was apparently
damaged or completely destroyed' be-
tween the last lumbar vertebra 'and
the first sacral vertebra allowing the
two bones to come so close together
that pinching of the sciatic nerve re-
sulted. A segment of -the nerve
leaves the spine at this point and
provides feeling an motion in the
legs and feet. Pai from such a

Uniiversity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
seniors and graduate students interested in securing either business or
ching positions will please call at ---
office,. 201 Mason Hall, Tuesday
ough Friday, July 5 through' 8 in-
sive, for free registration. Hours
registration are from 9 to 12 a. m., H E
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Intramural Golf:'All faculty men
and men students who wish to play*
in the intramural golf tournament
this summer should play their quali-
fying round this week. It is advis-
able for each player to turn in more
than 9ne score in order that an
average may be taken from which a
handicap tournament may be con-
sta'ucted, if it Is found ex~pedient to
conduct the play in this way. Sign
the score cards and leave them at
the Club House.

Faculty and Students

SUMMER

situation may be felt throughout the' study have been presented to the
lower part of the back or legs. Univer ty by Mrs. Warthin. The
While man's ancestors were walk- list in ludes about 280 volumes and
Whil ma's ncetor wee wlk-more than 400 prints and woodcutsl
ing on all fours and lumbro-sacral dealing with the "Dance of Death."
joint probably made little trouble.
For an upright posture, however, it
is bad engineering by Mother Na-
ture. The sacrum is the portion of
the spinal column attached to the
rigid pelvis, whilethe fifth lumbar
vertebra is the last of the flexible
part of the spinal column. 4Iost
bending is done at this joint and
the greatest weight of the upper part
of the body falls upon it, says Dr.
Williams, so that it is especially
liable to injury. In man the joint
is not well suited to its work, how-
ever, since the top of the sacral
vertebra slants downward and out-
ward, placing a sliding or shearing
stress on the soft padding. Recog-
nition of this fact a careful X-ray
study of the region will allow the
physician to make a more under- We Close
standing diagnosis of many "lum-
bago" and "sciatica" cases.
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