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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)

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State Park Excursion Spots - How To Get

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"Why People Do Not Get Jobs" will
.oe discussed by Dr. T. Luther Pur-
dom at the Michigan Union, Room
316, Thursday evening, July 21. at
7 p.m. The meeting will be open, to
a11 interested in securing jobs or pro-
mnotions.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information.
Linguistic Institute Luncheon Con-
ference, Thursday, 12:10 p.m., at the
Michigan Union. Dr. J. F. Rettger
and Prof. T. A. Knott will discuss
"Etymology and Semantics." All
persons interested are welcome.
Graduation Recital: Jeanice Byrne,
pianist, Du Quoin, Illinois, will give
a recital in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the Master of Music
,degree, Thursday evening, July 21,
at 8:15, School of Music Auditorium.
The general public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
Stalker Hall. Swimming party and
picnic leaving Stalker Hall at 5 p.m.
Thursday. ,Transportation will be
furnished. Small charge for food
and swimming. All Methodist stu-
dents and their friends are cordially
invited.

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-Summer Session French Club: The
next meeting of the club will take
place Thursday, July 21, at 8 p.m. at
"Le Foyer Francais," 1414 Washte-
naw. Mr. Abraham Herman of the
French department will speak. The
subject of his talk will be "L'Ameri-
que vue par quelques ecrivains fran-
cais." Songs, games, refreshments.
The regular luxicheon meeting of
physical education students and fac-
ulty will be held Thursday, July 21'
at 12:10 in Room 310 of the Michigan
Union. All are cordially invited and
urged to attend. The price of the
luncheon is $.57. Kindly make reser-
vations by calling 2-1939 between 8:30
and 5 p.m. daily.
German Table. Excursion to Cran-
brook, Thursday, July 21. Cars will
leave from the Michigan League at 1
o'clock (right after lunch). Dinner
at Devon Gables, 65 cents and up.
Everybody interested please register
not later than Wednesday noon with
Mr. Kellett, Mr. Birkman, or the sec-
retary of the German department, 204
U.H.
A luncheon of the Graduate Con-
ference on Renaissance Studies will
be held at the Michigan Union Thurs-
day, July 21, 12:15 p.m. Professor Al-
bert Hyma will speak on "Calvin and
the Rise of Capitalism." Make reser-
vations at the English Office, 322
Angell Hall'.
Kappa Phi Picnic Supper for Alum-
ni and Actives: Members from other
chapters who are on campus are cor-
dially invited. Leave Stalker Hall 5
p.m. Thursday, July 21. Phone 6881
for reservation before Thursday noon.
Physiology 120. The lectures in
Physiology 120 will begin Friday,
July 22.
Hillel Summer Session- Group will"
hold its second informal dance at the
Hillel Foundation, Oakland and East
University, on Saturday,July 23, at
9 p.m. All Jewish students are in-
vited.
The Bureau has received notice ofI
the following United States Civil
Service Examinations:
Social Worker (Psychiatric), $2,-
000 a year; Veterans' Administration.
Senior Attorney, $4,600 a year; At-
torney, $3,800 a year; Bureau of Mo-
(Continued on Page 4)

The above map is printed in answer to a request for such information on page 2. Seventy-five Michigan State parks are located in every section
of the State. The map, prepared for the Associated Press by the Michigan State Conservation Department and the Michigan State Highway Depart-
ment shows the location of parks and how to get there from any point in the state.

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Lie afOf Student Body Is Allergic Today there is an effective k~v
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Over half of the students at the
University of Michigan are susceptible
to hay fever or some other stage of:
human hypersensitivity, according to
statistics furnished The Daily last
night by Dr. Buenaventura Jimenez,
director of the allergy clinic at the
Health Service, who has been testing
students by the sensitization method
for the past eight years.
What is more important to all who
suffer from these ailments, a 90 to
95 per cent record of cures has
been established for all early forms
of allergy-infantile eczema, gastro-
intestinal upsets, hay fever and asth-
ma-while some relief can be given
for the latter conditions arising

lude some 180 substances ranging
from a great number of pollens
through various foods and furs to sev-
eral forms of dead bacteria have been
developed mainly through the pioneer
efforts of a Michigan man, Dr. D. M.
Cowie, head of the Pediatrics De-
partment at the University Hospital,
also owner of a private allergy hos-
pital in Ann Arbor.
The story of the observation of al-
lergic symptoms begins in 1565, but
it was not until 1856 that the true
cause of allergy became known. Dr.
Charles Harrison Blackley, after 14
years of delicate experimentation up-
on the conjunctiva of his own eyes

therefrom, bronchitis, bronchiectasis and on other parts of his body found,
and myocarditis. that its cause was the pollen of cer-

The sensitization tests, which in-

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tain plants, to which he himself was
sensitive. After these years of pain-
ful experiment, Dr. Blackley's dis-
covery was ignored and he himself
nearly hooted out of his profession
as an utter fool.
His discovery lay dormant for 47,
years, until Dr. W. P. Dunbar, in- 1903,
confirmed Blackley's work by repeat-
ing the experiments, on the conjunc-
tiva of the eye, also on the mucous
membrane of the nose and mouth and
on the skin. Dr. Cowie and other
scientists took up the burden of re-
search from that time on. It was
found that by injecting a tiny bit of

extract from the pollen of certain
plants into the skin of hypersensitive
persons, wheals would be raised in a
few minutes. A violent reaction would
often be accompanied by the com-
mon allergic symptoms - sneezing,
running nose, red eyes, etc. The
wheal redness and the other symp-
toms would only be observed when the
particular person was sensitive to the
particular pollen. Soon it was dis-
covered that many other substances
caused people to display these same
symptoms.
Today, these injections and the ob-
servation of the redness and wheals
which arise as a result of sensitivity
constitute the "sensitization test" as
it is administered at the Health Serv-
ice. Approximately 180 substances are
commonly tested for. An expert
medical assistant makes 90 scratches
on the student's back and daubs each
with a drop of extract from a dif-
ferent substance. The scratches are
arranged in orderly rows and are
made without pain or withdrawal of
blood. From 10 to 30 minutes later,
the results of the tests are observed
and the remaining 90 substances are
similarly tested for.
Another type of test is the "in-
tradermal" test, in which the sub-
stances are injected in the skin. The
latter is a much more delicate test
ENDING TODAY
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