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r THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917

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Porter Cites
Spontaneous
Malaria Cure
Most GI Victims
Have Benign Type
(Continued from Page 1)

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Indiana Students Seek Relief
FromHeat by Guzzling Coke

cause the tissue parasites die
spontaneously in a few weeks.
Few of the returned veterans have
this form of illness.
"The patient may fall into a
coma, or contract a type of dysen-
tery, The infected red blood cells
appear to be sticky. Fatalities
occur because circulation to the
brain is damaged," Dr. Porter
said.
He pointed out that there is
no need .for any patient to die of
malaria because modern drugs are
very quick and effective.
People do not contract malaria
from each other. "We catch it
only by being bitten by the par-
ticular mosquito carrying the tiny
parasite that invades the human
blood stream," he commented.
Malignant spreading mosquitos
breed in the Mississippi Valley,
across the Gulf coast to northern
Florida and southern Georgia.
They are found across the whole
of the eastern coast in diminish-
ing numbers.
Early settlers in Michigan were
subject to malaria, but breeding
places have been cleaned out.
Tippling and recovery from ma-
laria do not go together. "There
is some evidence that alcohol de-
creases the effectiveness of our
parasite-destroying tissue cells,"
Dr. Porter advised.

The heat was on at other cam-
puses last week. At the University
of Indiana, the thermometer read
99 degrees one day. The Indiana
Daily Student reported the Union
Building the coolest place on cam-
pus and the Geology Library as the
hottest.
Approximately 4,000 bottles of
coke were used a day during the
wave, the official in charge of
cool drinks reported.
Hundreds of lemonade stands
sprang up around the campus.
Carl Sandburg, the Lincoln ex-
pert, told a convocation audience
that Lincoln's tolerance and pa-
tience "was like a ship cable of
high tensile strength, but in a
storm it could stretch to a far
point and then come back to nor-
mal."
* * *
Temperatures of 101 degrees
greeted students registering for
the fall at the University of Min-
nesota. Registration began Aug. 5
and will continue to September 26.
It is estimated that the school
will have an enrollment of 29,000
next semester.
Although over 10,000 students
registered the first day, the re-
corder said there was no hurry.
"Each student will get the courses
he wants," he said.
* * *
At the University of Illinois,
Robb Wilson, aviation editor of
the New York Herald Tribune, said
that nowhere had he seen aero-
nautics so closely integrated in a
training institute as at the Uni-
versity of Illinois.

He spoke at the second annual
convention of the Flying Farmers
of Prairie Farmland.
Gov. Dwight H. Green gave the
welcoming address to about 1,500
farmers who flew in with 750
planes.
-* * *
At Ohio State University, a com-
plete sellout of season books for
1947 home games was reported by
the director of ticket sales, as the
sale to the general public got
under way last week.
Only individual game seats re-
main, and few of them, he added.
An Ohio State socialist, Richard
A. Hennacy, said in a speech last
week that "I feel the headline
writers are passing premature
judgment when they claim 'Great
Britain's Socialist Experiment Is
Failure.,,
"So far, the Labor government
seems to have maintained the peo-
ple's confidence, and has gone for-
ward with its plans to transform
the nation into a socialist state."
* * *
At Michigan State College, the
six-week summer session ended
last week and 92 graduating sen-
iors will receive their diplomas
without ceremony.F
Graduating seniors were re-
quested to pick up their diplomas
at the registrar's office.
A frequency modulation radio
station (FM) has been authorized
for Michigan State, according to
R. J. Coleman, director of broad-
casting.

Dutch Settlers
Will Migrate
To Michigan
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Aug. 9
--(k-Imbued with the same
hopes that spurred on the pioneer-
ing Van Raalte group to settle
in western Michigan and found
the city of Holland 100 years ago,
24 native Dutch settlers will ar-
rive here under vastly changed
conditions.
Their travel route from the
Netherlands will occupy only 26
hours as compared with the three
months arduous journey made by
the Van Raalte colonizing group.
They are to reach here Tues-
day aboard the Royal Dutch Air-
lines Constellation plane, accom-
panied by Dr. Felco Van Keffens,
Netherlands ambassador at Wash-
ington. The event will inaugurate
the Holland centennial.
Of the three families compris-
ing the group, two will settle in
Grand Rapids and the other in
Muskegon. . All are seeking rela-
tives who have been here for
many.: years. The immigrants are
from Groningen.
The early morning fog hanging
over dough-nuts and coffee cups
has been noticeably thickened re-
cently by the gloomy prospect of
final exams.
After a long seige of midnight-
oil burning, the discouraged voice
of one over-burdened science stu-
dent cut through this fog the oth-
er day with the remark, "I don't
know enough about this stuff to
ask questions, let alone answers."
As he pushed his way wearily to
the door he was heard to mutter,
"I hope I make a D on the final-
I've just got to raise my mark."
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 5)
(Small Children will be cared for
in the Kindergarten).
6-8--Roger Williams Guild. "My
Favorites in Religious Prose and
Poetry" will be shared by the
group.
First' Methodist Church
10:45 a.m. Sermon 'God Gave
Him Another Heart.' Rev. Robert
H. Jongeward speaking.
5:00 Wesleyan Guild meet in the
Lounge to go to Campbell's at
Barton Pond. Picnic supper fol-
lowed by 'Let Your Light Shine'-
a personal consecration service.
Transportation furnished.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
409 South Division Street
Sunday morningpservice at
10:30. Subject: "Spirit." Sunday
school at 11:45. Wednesday eve-
ning at 8 p.m.
Lutheran Student Association-
Sunday at 5:00 p.m. at the Luth-
eran Student Center, 1304 Hill
Street. Supper will follow an in-
formal social hour of recreational
games and the meeting will close
with a short devotional service.
Bible Class will be at the usual
hour of 9:15 a.m. at the Center
and worship services in both Zion
and Trinity Lutheran churches
will be held at 10:30.

ASSOCIATED PRESS'
PUCTURE NEWSg

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Q U I N TS - The Dligenti
quintuplets of Buenos Aires pose
on their recent fourth birthday
at the home of their wealthy
father, Franco Diligenti. Top to
bottom: Franco, Jr., Carlos Al-
berto, Marie Esther, Maria Chris-
tina, Maria Fernanda.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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M O N T E C A R L O C E L E B R A T I O N '- Troops stand at attention at palace in Monte
Carlo during celebration marking 25th anniversary of accession of Prince Louis II to throne.

WANTED
COED TO EXCHANGE board and room
for part time housework. State ref-
erences Reply Box 25, Daily. )46
ROOMS FOR FOUR veterans for fall
term. Willing to pay for August if
necessary. Price is no object. Notify
Box 10, Michigan Daily. )50
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING TO NEW YORK CITY Aug.
15. Room for four passengers. Phone
Mike, 8470. )96
STUDENT couple desire ride to Mar-
quette, Mich., or vicinity Aug. '15
or shortly after. Contact A. W. Ny-
quist, 1217 Sudbury Ct., Willow Run
Village. )86
MALE GRADUATE student desires ride
to Miami, Fla. or general vicinity.
Will share expenses and driving.
Willing to leave on or about Aug.
16 or Aug. 23. Call 2-8218. )64
WANT TWO passengers to Washington,
D.C. Leaving Aug. 16. 1941 Buick.
Darnell Roaten, 2-7367.
DRIVING TO Brownsville Texas about
August 15 or 16. Room for two. Call
Mr. Ablin, 2-1604. )98
WANTED: Ride for two. Omaha or
Sioux City. Share driving, expenses
about Aug. 15. Mr. Haas,.IPh. 20236. )2
FOR SALE
5-SHELF unpainted bookcase; Davis
Cup racket used twice; desk lamp.
All excellent condition. Call Jordan
Hall, 590. )
FRATERNITY kitchen size gas stove,
6 burners, large oven, grill, broiler;
large table; fan; mop and mop wring-
er; baby grand piano; dinner chimes.
1001 E. Huron, 5-9 p.m. )9
ACCODIAN 120 bass "Moreschi," made
in Italy. Three treble and one bass
shift. Beautiful to see and hear.
Sacrifice by student $300.00. Phone
8-10 a.m. or 3-5 p.m. 2-2366. )97
RALEIGH ALL STEEL man's bike com-
plete. Accessories, dyna-hub, almost
new. Call between 12-6 p.m. 335 E.
Jefferson. )90
MATCHING PERIOD davenport and
chair. Old rose, carved walnut frame.
Almost new. Call after 3 p.m. 2655
Whitewood, Pittsfield Village. )89
BEAUTIFUL Diamond Wedding Ring-
left at the altar. Five matched full
cut registered blue white diamonds
(approximately % carot each). In
simple fish-tail type platinum set-
ting. Save $100 on present retail
price of $450. Reply box 12, Michi-
gan Daily. )92
CHAISE LOUNGE $15, gate leg table,
$15, large maple stand $10. Tele-
phone 2-2035. )85
BEAUTIFUL YOUNG PARAKEETS and
Canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
562 South 7th Street, Phone 5330. )93
ARGUS C-3 CAMERA complete, with
case and accessories. Call Ypsi 3596-
J5 or write R. L. Weiss, 1086 Goshen
Court, Willow Run. )98
GLOUCESTER Maple bedroom suite,
mahogany coffee table, overstuffed
chairs, maple desk and chair, single
box springs and mattress, maple side
table, maple occasional chair, maple
corner cupboard, Imperial candlewick
glassware. 2301 Pittsfield Blvd..
Pittsfield Village. )74
AIR FORCE surplus sun glasses. $2.95.
A4 base lens. Polished ground glass.
The best sun glass buy in the coun-
try. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)69
Read and Use
The Daily Classifieds
For that
Delicious Midnight Snack I

WANTED TO RENT
DOCTOR at University Hospital and
employed wife desire furnished
apartment. No children. No pets.
Phone 2-5192 after 5 p.m. )7
TWO VETERANS in need .of room for
fall term. Preferably near campus.
419 Lloyd House. 2-4401. )6
TWO ENGINEERING STUDENTS, vet-
erans, desperately need double room
for fall near campus. 416 Winchell
2-4401. )95
STUDENT VETERAN desires room for
fall-spring. Please contact Stuart
McLeod, 321 Adams House. Call 2-
4401. )91
TEACHING FELLOW and employed
wife need apartment. Call Mrs.
Bond, 4121 Ext. 2299 during day,
2-6779 evenings. )27
MALE GRADUATE student, veteran.
desires single or double room fall
semester. Paul Roten, 207 Winchell
House, 2-4401. )49
VETERAN GRADUATE student and
wife teaching in nursery school de-
sire apartment. Reply Box 9, Mich-
igan Daily. )51
WANTED-Furnished Apartment im-
mediately by reliable graduate stu-
dent and wife. No children or pets.
Have transportation. Call Ypsi. 3047-
W. ) 61
APT. close to campus wants exchange
with Detroit as soon as possible. 2
or 3 rooms. Call 6327, 3-5. )77
MIDDLE AGED graduate couple desire
apartment for year, preferably fur-
nished. Phone 4718. )83,

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Cordovan wallet. Contents: driv-
ers license, social security card and
other papers of importance to me
only. Contact J.. L. Popkin, 4187. )94
LOST-Baby's gold ring set with dia-
mond and tied with red string. Re-
ward. Phone 5839. ) 8
POSITION WANTED
ENGINEERING SENIOR with 5 years
experience in railroad automotive
and aviation drafting. Skilled in lay-
out design, illustration. Start Sep-
tember. Box 13, Michigan Daily. )87
MISCELLANEOUS
ALTERATIONS, custom-made clothes,
remodeling of clothes. Prompt serv-
ice. Hildegarde Shop, 116 E. Huron.
Phone 2-4669.
LEAVING SCHOOL. CALL 6449. We will
help move your baggage and trunks.
Collins Service. )76
HELP WANTED
CHILD CARE WANTED: Chemistry
teaching fellow wants 3 ,1-year girl
cared for by educated,srefined woman
in or near Ann Arbor. Probably 8-5,
5 days. About $40 monthly. Phone
25-7888 evenings and weekends. )88
MAGAZINE publisher is seeking secre-
tary who knows shorthand and type-
writing. Also seeking circulation as-
sistant with typing ability. Call
7205 for interview. )62
LADIES-Eearn good income, build
permanent business ' taking orders
for famous Sheba Ann Frocks. Lat-
est fall creations by America's top
designers-bonus-free portfolio. F.
W. Warrington, 423 Lafayette Bldg.,
Detroit 26. )73

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E N V 0 Y- Constantin Tsal-
daris, Greek foreign minister,
visited the United States in con-
nection with Greece's complaint
to United Nations on alleged aid
to guerrilla forces inside Greece
by Yugoslavia, Albania and
Bulgaria.

N I N C 1 1N T H E S U R F - Here are seven pretty reasons why summer visitors
Florida enjoy swimming in the gulf. The girls are kneeling in surf near St. Petersburg.

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H U S K Y Johnny.T.Mar
sigiler, Jr., 9 months old, gives
promise of developing into, a
trapeze artist even before learn-
ing to walk or talk. Here he
swings from a tree limb at the:
farm of his parents near Marl-
boro, N. Y.

M E M 0 R I A L T O B R I T I S H H E R O E S- This stained glass window in Westminster
Abbey, London, is a memorial to bravery of 1,500 Royal Air Force men who helped win Battle of
Britain. Left: A sergeant-pilot kneels before Christ crucified. Right: Our Lady with dead Christ
across her knees symbolizes sacrifice of mothers and widows. A flying officer-pilot kneels before them.

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