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October 17, 1920 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17,

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STUDENT INTEREST IN.
OLITICSRUNNING 11168
(Continued from page One)
the following: One, to authorize and
empower the legislature to fix the
compensation of certain state officers;
two, to empower the legislature to en-!
act laws relative to the hours and
conditions under which men may be
employed; three, empowering the
legislature to authorize municipali-
ties to condemn more land than is
necessary for parks, boulevards, etc.,
- and to issue bonds therefor; and last-
ly, the extension of the absent voters'
privileges to teachers in public
schools and the immediate family of
any member of the legislature during
sessions of this body.
The political situation.~ in Ohio is

one worthy of note; never before in
the history of our country have there
been three candidates from the same
state contesting the office of presi-
dent. That the candidates of the two
big parties live in Ohio is unique in
i-tself, while added to this is the fact
that the Prohibition candidate is also
from the Buckeye State. Such a situa-
tion will cause much interest among
the American people in watching the
outcome of the election. While Ohio
is the "Mother of Presidents," it is
quite unusual that she have twins to
fill a one-man position. She is play-
ing safe, at le.st.
Plan Rallies ,
Returning again to the campus, the
political program for the future is
bright. The Republican club has ar-
ranged. to have Attorney General
Groesbeck speak in the near future.
In addition to a few less importantI
speakers, there is a good possibility

of getting Taft and Theodore Roose, ber of students seeking its aid, it was
velt, Jr., this fall. It is extremely found necessary to build an addition
difficult to get noted Republicans to to the then small, inadequate building
come to Michigan this year, as the housing the eHalth service. This fall
state is considered so strongly Re- all construtcion work on the new sec-
publican. The University of Michi- tion was completed, and now the
gan is also unfortunate in not having building contains six well-equipped
an adequate hall, since political treatment rooms, five for men, with
speeches are not allowed in Hill Audi- I an equal number of men doctors in
torium. attendance, and one room on the sec-
ond floor for women, with a woman
1 physician, Dr. M. Eloise Walker, to
H H ,SEI CE P OYES attend to their wants.
Four new doctors have been added
to the Health service this year, so
that the present staff of physicians is
the largest in the history of the estab-
(Continued from Page One) lishment. Dr. W. P. Edmunds,. class
ular office hours, any Health service of '11, a former Varsity football play-
physician may be called to the pa- er; Dr. B. A. Ross, of the Rush Med-
tient's room. A small fee for the visit ical school of the University of Chi-
is collected by the University. cago; Dr. C. C. Wolcott, '17H, and Dr.
During the past year, in order to E. W. Sink, also a recent medical
meet the demands of the large num-1 graduate of the University-these

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four men, together with Dr. M. E.
Walker and Dr. W. E. Forsythe, com-
prise the present staff of the Univer-
sity Health service.
Phone White Swan Laundry-165.
We call for your clothes. We wash
in soft water; sew on buttons, and do
reasonable mending.-Adv.

The Kempf Music Studios -Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S Division St.
Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Dr. School's foot expert will be at
my store Friday, October 15. Consult-
ation free. Davis Toggery Shop, 119
S. ,Main St.-Adv.

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TODAY'S CHURCH SERVICES'
ANN ARBOR CHURCH OF CHRIST
BIBLE CHAIR DISCIPLES
Headquarters in Lane Hall. South Unhersity Ave.
F. P. ARTHUR, PASTOR
Classes meet in the "Upper
Room."
Upper Room Bible Class Sat-
urday evenings. University 9:30-Bible School.
.Men's Bible Class Sunday
morning.
10:30-The Cry of the Hebrew
Ask for printed circular an- People. - A Christian Jew
nouncing six courses. will spea.
Read the Upper Room Bulletin.
THOMAS M. IDEN, 7:30-Sermon. Subject: God's
Instructor. People Now. By the pastor.
F I R S T UNITARIANCHURCH
METHODIST CHURCH State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minsiter.
Cor. South State and East
Washington Sts. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, 9:45-School and Kindergarten
D.D, PASTOR. during Church.
10:45-Service: "Our Share in
the Cost of Religious Free-
10:30-Sermon by the pastor. dom."
[2:00-Student Bible classes. Hour.ns
6:00-Social half hour. 6:30-Mr. Thomas S. Evans,
Secretary of the University
6:30-Wesleyan Guild 'Devo- Students' Christian Associa-
tional meeting. Lovisa tion speaks on "The Differ-
Youngs, leader. ence in the Expression of
7:30-"The Church and the Religion at Princeton, Pa.,
Synagogue." Rev. Frank and Michigan."
Bernard Solin. All Seats Free; and a Welcome
PRESBYTERIAN a* -T r fu fpispa
CHURCH 1Turc
Cor. Huron and Division Cor. Catherine and Division Sts.
LEONARD A. BARRETT, Rev. Henry Tatlock, D.D., Rector
Rev. Charlis T. Webb, Curate
MINISTER
- 7:35 a.m.-Holy Communion.
10:30-Sermon. 10:30 a.m.-Morning Prayer.
Noon-Dr. Iden's Student Bible Sermon by the rector. "Prin-
class. ciples."
6:30-Christian Endeavor. Dis- 4:30 p.m.-Evening Service.
cuss New Plans for the Address by the curate. "Old
Winter. Stores with New Meanings."

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Swarms of Rare Bathing Beauties
Adventures on land and sea with greatest underwater scenes ever filmed.
ANNETTE'S 150-FOOT DIVE-THE BATTLE 20 FEET BELOW THE
SEE SURFACE! -- THE TERRIFIC FIGHT ON THE SCHOONER!
SPECIAL "The Art of Diving"
PROLOGUE ANNETTE KELLERMAN
IN SLOW MOTION PICTURES
FEATURE OF HER FAMOUS DIVES
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE
'Where laushs come faster
than the ocean waves
CAPTIVATING
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street, below State.
JOHN MASON WELLS, MINISTER

Edwin M. Poteat, D.D. (former Pres. Furman University)
Special Visitor and Preacher for the Day.
10:30 a.m.-Dr. Poteat on "The Temptation of Power."

11:50 a.m.-Students' Guild Bible Class.
"The Path Into the Will of God."

Dr. Poteat on

7:30 p.m.-Dr. Poteat on "The Call of the World."
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, STUDENT MINISTER

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHw
University Religiou, Forum meets promptly at 12:00
instead of 12:10 as formerly. This is conducted by Sec-
retary Thos. S. Evans of the Christian Association and is
open to all University men and women. Prof. John R.
Brumm will lead a discussion next Sunday on "The Stu-
dent and Orthodoxy."
The Congregational Students' Association meets at
m 6:30. All students of Congregational church preference O
or membership are members of this association. On Sun-
i day evening Clyde V. Nutten, '22 Law, will speak.

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