E OF IND. N s S REOTHIVDID. JUL 21 1910 HEALTH Before coming to Carlisle, all studen EIU efully examined by a physician, and after the arrive at the school their health is carefully safeguarded. During the past year there have been no epidemics and the general health of the student body was never better. The delicate students have been given careful attention in the well- appointed, splendidly- equipped, and thoroughly- manned hospital, The outdoor pavilions for students with a tendency toward tuberculosis have been the means of building up a number of these incipient cases. A report made by the resident physician indicates that out of a total of twenty- six cases that were treated, there was marked improvement in the health of twenty- one.