THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, tJY 2, 1951
Given Research Grants
Seven out of a total of 17 re-
search grants recently given by
the Michigan Heart Association
were awarded to University heart
Projects now under way in heart
research at the University will be
able to continue for the next
twelve months because of Heart
Of the seven grants received by
University doctors, one is a na-
tional award made to Dr. Anastas-
ius S. Dontas, instructor in the
University's department of phar-
macology. Dr. Dontas is studying
the changes in the size of blood
vessels when certain nerves are ex-
perimentally regulated. The na-
tional award is made by the Am-
erican Heart Association directly.
Those remaining six University
doctors whose heart projects re-
ceived financial support from the
Michigan Heart Association are:
Drs. David Bohr, Theodore M. Bro-
dy, Ivan F. Duff, Cameron Haight,
Sibley W. Hoobler, and James L.
In commemoration of the Uni-
versities pioneering research in
heart disease, Dr. Franklin D.
Johnston, chief of the University
Hospital's heart station, has pre-
pared for publication a complete
volume of the papers of the form-
er Dr. Frank N. Wilson. Dr. Wil-
son, who died in 1952, is interna-
tionally remembered as one of the
first and original heart specialists
in the field of electrocardiography.
LANSING WP) - The Michigan
Tourist council, meeting Thursday
at Lansing, adopted a resolution
indorsing construction of an in-
ternational bridge connecting the
United States and Canada at Sault
The three remaining linguistic
lectures will be presented next
week under auspices of the Lin-
Tuesday "The Program and Ac-
tivities of the International Center
of General Dialectology" will be
discussed in French by Sever Pop,
Catholic University of Louvain,
Belgium. He will spedk at 7:30
p.m. in the Rackham Assembly
"Sound Laws and Exceptions"
will be discussed Wednesday at 1
p.m. in the Michigan League by
Prof. Ernst Pulgram of the ro-
Next Thursday at 7:30 in the
Rackham Amphitheater, Roger W.
Brown, Harvard University pro-
fessor of social psychology, will
speak on "A Study in Language
AUBURN, Ind. (P)-An electri-
cal engineer escaped from his own
car yesterday and reported a 14-
year-old boy had forced him to
drive 100 miles with a shotgun
held at the back of his neck.
Robert B. Lehr, 32 years old,
Jackson, Mich., said the boy came
up behind him as he was smoking
a bedtime cigarette on his front
porch and forced him into his car
in the driveway.
Lehr said he finally managed to
overpower the boy when they stop-
ped for gasoline at a truck stop at
Waterloo, five miles north of here.
Sheriff Frank Carpenter said
the boy, who first refused to talk,
finally gave his name as Gary E.
Kintigh, son of a tool and die
maker at Holt, Mich. Carpenter
said the boy reported he had
hitch-hiked from Holt to Jackson
with the 16-gauge shotgun dis-
mantled in a suitcase,
Sheriff Carpenter said the boy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Kin-
tigh, told him the boy had been
having severe pains since a pipe
fell on his head at Holt in the
Youth Forces Jackson
Man To Go 'Joy Riding'
ON SALE TODAY
The University Education
School will hold a picnic and
swimming party at the new
women's pool at 4:30 p.m. to-
Transportation will be pro-
vided to go to the "Island."
Everyone is requested to bring
their own food. No admission
will be charged.
Separates and Ensembles
Second of this summer's high
school journalism workshops at
the University will open July 19
with high school publication edi-
tors from the Great Lakes area
attending the two-week event.
Presented by the journalism de-
partment, the workshops will be
devoted to the latest techniques in
newswriting, speech coverage and
Students will gain experience in
on-the-spot news coverage by at-
tending many of the University's
various summer lectures and then
reporting on them in class ses-
for your vacation, playtime or campus-
appear in poplin-sailcloth-seersucker
-chambray-tublin-silklin or denim
Summer Fun Days
Including names, home addresses
and Ann Arbor addresses
and phone numbers
of Summer Session students
BLOUSES, skirts, sweaters and fancy pants .,
just everything for unlimited fashion combinations.
And where could you find prices that are more
budget-conscious than those in our Separates Shop
at 11 I1 South University.
In front of Union
211 S. State
205 E. Liberty
for the Finest in Recorded Music
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Blouses . . . from 2.50
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Groups of Blouses,
Sweaters, Skirts 2.98
On Forest, Just off South U.
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