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THE MICHIGAN .DAILY

WEDlNESDAY, J~V 5, 1-

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Five Fulbright
Scholarships
Announced
Five students and alumni have
been awarded Fulbright scholar-
ships for overseas study, it has
been announced by Dean Ralph
Sawyer of the graduate school.
Three recipients will study 'in
France and two in the Netherlands
during the 1950-1951 academic
year.
AWARDS went to:
Jacob J. Lamberts, Grad., who
will study middle English and
comparative linguistics at the
University- of Groningen, Gronin-
gen, Netherlands.
Alfred H. Slote, Grad., who will
study French literature at the Uni-
versity of Nancy, France.
John Brouwer, Grad. '47, who
will study history and sociology at
the Free University of Amsterdam,
Netherlands.
Homer Todd Keller, instructor
in the music school, who will study
musical composition at the Na-
tional Conservatory of Music,
Paris.
Anthony James Ostroff, Grad.
'49, who will study French litera-
ture at the University of Grenoble,
France.

HYPERVENTILATION HU RTS:
Breath Painful to Tense Minority

ASSOCIATED .PRESS

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POCTURE INEWS

By ALTON L. BLAKEISLEE

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NEW YORK-(AP)-Are you one
of the many people who breathe
themselves sick?
You can do it easily enough,
through bad habits of breathing,
sighing, yawning and swallowing
air. You over-breathe, get too
much air into your lungs or stom-
ach.
That can cause dizziness, chest
pains, tingling or numbness in
hands, feet or face, buzzing in the
head, bloating, muscular aches,
blurring of vision, dryness of the
mouth, even fainting.
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OVER-BREATHING - doctors
call it hyperventilation - seems
to be pretty common, Dr. Ray-
mond L. Rice, of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital and Marquette University
medical school, writes in t h e
American Journal of Medicine.
Perhaps one in every 10 per-
sons who go to see doctors suf-
fers from over-breathing. Most
people aren't aware of it. Even
some physicians and medical
students say they never heard
of hyperventilation, Dr. Rice
said.
Some people take deep gasps of

STARTING EARLY - It's not
the cigar snoke that may make
Junior ill; it's hyperventilation,
the disease of over-yawning,
-sighing, and/or -sniffing.

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GIRL'S RALEIGH-28-in., 3 speed shift,
light, good condition. $25. Ph. 6578.
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did not burn down. You can still get
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Ph. 3-1121. )10B

air, and then suffer. The gasp
with no reason to justify it causes
a sensation of smothering. Often
people gasp when they are sleep-
ing, or just waking. It is an ex-
plosive gasp, and often is an ex-
pression of anxiety or tension, Dr.
Rice said.
A second kind of over-breath-
ing is a deep breath or sigh taken
to relieve emotional tension; which
may occur in cycles during day or
night. Many attacks come when
a person is resting, or doing little
physical effort, the physician said.
Some people do it after finishing
raking a lawn or climbing stairs.
* * *
IN A TENSE or unhappy sit-
uation, some people reach -for a
cigarette or chocolate. Others sigh
or gasp, some yawn or sniff, or
indulge in other over-breathing
habits, Dr. Rice said. Some swal-
low too much, and with each swal-
low they swallow air. Swallowing
isn't a harmless habit.
Chest pains, the sharp kind,
or dull aches, were common
complaints. Often people with
these pains breathe just with
their upper chest muscles in-
stead of their abdomen. Their
chest muscles tire.
Too much air, and much loss
of carbon dioxide from the body,
were mainly responsible for giddi-
ness, numbness, tingling, fainting,
and other troubles. Getting air
into the stomach accounted for
many complaints of bloating, gas
pains. Dryness of mouth, fever,
palpitations, flushes or chills,
headaches, and irritability were
other signs of the over-breathing
trouble.
TREATMENT is to break the
habit of gasping, sighing, yawn-
ing or sniffing, Dr. Rice said. Just
recognizing that you're guilty of
it, and that it is causing trouble,
isn't enough. The gaspers and
sighers have to work at it to break
the habit, learning to suppress the
urge for a deep breath, and to
breathe normally.
A pitfall is that in breaking
himself of one bad breathing
habit, a person may fall into
another. A gasper may stop
gasping, but become a sigher,
or a sigher stop sighing, and
become a yawner or swallower.
The basis of the trouble is emo-
tional, and people may need psy-
chotherapy to solve emotional
problems after they cure them-
selves of over-breathing, Dr. Rice
said.
The pains and symptoms from
over-breathing have beenmistak-
en for real diseases of various
kinds, Dr. Rice said. The same
symptoms may actually signal
other diseases, and the doctor has
to rule out real illness before all
the trouble can be blamed on
wrong breathing.
French Club Picks
Summer Officers
Fernad Goudreau h a s been
elected president and Kathleen
Curry secretary of the summer
French Club.
The group will hold regular
meetings every Thursday in the
West Conference Room of the
Rackham Building and informal
conversation meetings on Monday
and Wednesday afternoons in the
Union Tap Room.

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P H E A S A N T«. C H I C K E N S-Dianne Wallace studies
chicks bred by crossing pheasant, Cornish chicken and New Hamp-
shire stock chicken, at Chicago Museum of Science and Industry.

TABLE T O P C I R C U S .- Mickey Grimm, of Long
Beach, Cal., checks equipment of wagons and cages outside the
"big top" of scale model miniature circus which he built as hobby.

THE STUDENT PERIODICAL AGENCY
did not burn down. You can still gel
your special rates by calling 2-8242. )2
BUSINESS
SERVICES

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PILOT AND CANDIDATE-Capt. J. A. Pegg
points out feature of 130-ton Bristol Brabazon plane to Miss Mary
Beryl Cooper. "Miss Airways, 1950," candidate at London Airport.

C O W B O Y - T O - B E-young Johnny Shaw displays his
skill h - a lariat to a juvenile audience at a western costume
party for children during Helidorado Week in Las Vegas, Nev.

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offers special rates to STUDENTS and
FACULTY members for TIME, LIFE,
and other magazines. Phone 2-8242.
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W A L C O T T ADVERT I S E D -Jersey Joe Walcott
(right) inspects a sign ainnouncing his May 28th boxing bout with
Ifeiur Ten Hoff, near Walcott's quarters, Schwetzingen, Germany.

C R Y B A B I E S-Little Jimmy Illig's mother was busy with
cleaning and couldn't devote much time to him. Jimmy wanted to
romp with his dog, Amos. Result, two crybabies in Edgewood, Pa.'s

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Ending Today

OPENS TONIGHT
Department of Speech presents
7e Cnt qeen
by EMLYN WILLIAMS
A N.Y. Drama Critics Circle Award Winner.
Wed.-Sat., July 5-8 ... 8 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)

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