THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ENDED FOR KEEPING ITau Be~t i uT PRITCHARD TALKS ON
MKS AFTR WARNINGI President Mairion L1. Burtoni and! REIGIDUS ED'UATION,
Service," "Bible Chair," and other
things of interest to the R. C. A.
SITIeken With AppeneltIs
Julan Joseph, '231,, was taken toC
the University hospital Saturday night
'Dr. H. 0. Pritchard, president of with an attack of appendicitis. Jo-
the National Council of Church Boards seph was captain of the cross-country
Eduction andseer team in 1919 and won the Harpham
ofI uainan general seeary Trophy that year. It is not yet cer r
of the National Board of Education tain whether anl operation is neces-,
of. Disciples of'Christ, spoke last night sary.
at the Union on the subject, "Prob-
lems of Religious Education, and its 11ndt Kills Anterlcau
Ovcrs:ght at the State Universities,"1 Ecirut, Nov. 20.--Hadjiali, notorious
in which he stressed the needs 'of re- Syrian bandit., believed to have led
ligious education at the tax-supported the gang billing James Lester Wright.
institution, and how it might best be Waukesha, Wis., Near East relief
mad~e possible, worker, has been caught, by Arab
Hobert E. Adams, '23, president of j police. Enoch R. Applegate, wounded
the S. C. A. and Rev. Charles T. Webb,E at the same time, is in a hospital.
of the Ann Arbor Epicopal church, __________
gave reports on the S. C. A. at the
banquet at which D.rthr pk You will be surprised at the large
and at which Prof. Victor" H., Lane,reutobandtIwcstfma
of the law school acted" as toastmas-; "Daily" classified ad.-Adv.
ter. Adams reported on "New Stu-$
dents," The Religious Institute," "U1n- Got a room to rent? A Daily class: 1
ivesiy-Services," ".Broader World fled ad will fina a roomer.--Adv.
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if ouar (clothes, are properly treated.
W~e are cxcaaners and pressers .for those
desiring their apptrel to receive the lest
An .1Arbor Steam Dye Wrs
GL~OVER RETURNt,.S FROM I'N. Y. as a memiber of the board of trustees
TEACIR2RS FNSURANCE MEETING to serve until. 1926, and Dr. Henry S. 1
Pritchett and Mr. Frank A. Vanderipn
Prof. James W. Glover, of the math- were reappointed. for thle sane tern L.
ematics department, has returned Professor Thomas S. Adams, of Yale,'1
from attendance at the meeting of the 1 a appointed as a new member cf s
board of trustees of the Teachers In- the board.
surance and Annuity Association in
New York City.
He, reports that many universities
and colleges have joined with their4
faculties and accepted the contribu- W E t
tory insurance and annuity plan of the
association. There are now eight nill- THEATRE
lions of insurance in force.,
Professor Glover was reappointed
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~Ia e~Fall at Wisconsin Gauze Many Dead Ini Chinese Tragedy
Tcnr!.porary bleachers placed at the Shanghai, Nov. 20.-The estimnate~ of
oc t(f West stand collapsed in the! 200, dead in the burning of the river
,. . c ,uArter of the game Saturday j steamer, T. A. Shing, may or may not
dr tr o the exciteme~nt and stampingj be correct. No records are kept of
o~th crowitid when Wisconsin was ap- passengers aboard such boats. The in-
prochuigthe Wolverin~e goal line,l cident is dismissed by the authorities
The blea-;hers were only five tiers with routine police reports. Vitrtually
hih won one was hurt in the sudden ! li the victims were coolies.
f,;l! to th:e ground.
R(A lhus mstitute to Aeet A ga in HILL AUDITORIUM
list uictrs of the Institute of Re-i
ligious d cucation will hold the third
gessi, r1 ;, 7 o'clock this evening at SCOREBOARD
Lane II, under the auspices of the NOVEMBER 25TH
S . 1C. A.