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TH-E MICHIGANDAILY

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BURTON TO LAIEND Religious Lecturer, WriterPHRAYR:ENT
I DAIT TB ATDFRINI Examines 1000 Here On BiblE)S ANNUL;IPH

1 Iresideiit a1111Fity ly embers Will
Itepresejit lUni versif y ati
ha laanazoo
1'lI111.1 IEAI/fII QU'ESTIO}NS
- SJ~TEI)FOR ISCUSSIONS
S President Ma'rion L. Burton, several
3;elnbers of the f)culty of the Medical
- rhcyol and a repreFsentative of the
I);,,ei'a.ity e tenson divisioii will at-
tend tj meting of th'e Joint coinmit-
teeofF~e1thEducation'in Kalamazoo,
April 16. The se mien are representa-
tives of the Unriversity of Michigan
which is a n-wniber of the conmmittee
which is com~posed of various oirganiz-
i .tions concerned with public health
in this state.
The Joint co-mmiittee is made up of
representatives of the Michigan State
wL: Medic-al society, state department of
~,health, the Detroit College of Medicine
and' Surgery, the University of Michi-
g7.n., and the state Dental society, At
fthe last ]neetlng of the Joint commit-
tee held last October, three new organ-
izations were admitted to membership.
These are tile state Tuberculosis As-
,ociation, The State Nurses associ4-
tion, and the J'tate conference of so-
cilIwork.
The member; of the University of
Mlichigan cmititee which i1,a art
of the whole Joint committee of Health
Education are President Marion L.
Burton, Dean Hugh Cabot, ,Prof..G. C.
Huber of the Medical school, prof.
John Sundo ll, director of stutdent ,'
diearc" znla il aW.D.Hnderson,c
diretoi f ;te Vivetsity extension.
Trhee',n wllbe present at the met
ingiz l a ti-~ao April 1f6. Presidentif
BUrtb i' idsgeera chairman of tli,,
Joint ojirn'ittee of Health Education).j
On thie' same day there wvill of! a
conference of' secretaries or co~tlnt
niedical ,dsocieti(es of MNichiga)n. Pror.
Warren' 1. Forsythe, secretaIry oft the
Wastu~naw Mledical society will reprf--
secnt the loc Al county society t t foo
E,)aamazoo nwcet71ng. D~r. Olin We~dsi.
.'ecreP .ry of the American Mledical ).,
ciety, will pre= :nt a paper onl "Orgmli-
Z ctionr'~l Oppnrtun iti s." Other spee'ch-
4 iinifl t~lcleatin i te
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Rev. C. M. Loomis, of GJreenvilleI . orde l Limu by that faculthy and stl-
Mich., who is in Ann Arbor for one' lvrit durIng; his st_. vc) the caliipils.
of the last stops on a lecture tourillii
which he is speaking on the "'Ph il. 'Way Run A New York
ogopbhy of Religion," yesterday an .
nounced the completion of an exainin-'
ation of more than 1,000 students or
the University here on the "use an l
abuse of the English Bible."
This is the second1 time that Rev-
Loomis has undertaken to learn the~f:
attitude of the students toyward the
Bible, having (lone. a similar wvorkc
here ten years ago. The exain~ation
Is given in the formi of a que dtil- " f.. .
naire to students of the carious cas
es° which are selected promniscuously. I '
Although it is too early to report ~~:
on the standard of.: scholarship of the
students in the test. Reverend Loomis " .J .JJ' .A'"
stated that the attitude and spirit oi
"Wt:,"".. J ... ...... . tj .
the students was a considerable imi-rt J :
provemient over the, examination con- ****.W r Jr{-.'~ .
ducted ten years ago, when a cony'i ...... .
erable number took the whole affar
in1 a comic light. f.
Revernd Loomis is the alither ofl #
several books on religion and a neiv
one, "The Religion of a Conion Man.
i s expected to goo to the pub tl?=Ishers iin vtl . '
the near future, 1lehas been here for
1almost a week and wvill Inave forI' IZ it~ ih r
Greenvie today. IHe expres ,,A muich FihJ.
satifacionwit th retmet M- Iri cscta~iire Ham-ilton Fish, Jr.~
____________________________a__ soni of t he fpriper trecaourer of the

IT en dollars Nvill he awarded Vt
bo-t4t tudent in the 1're ?hma n cla-
th1wPiharacy college by tei ,(
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local All st udents eligible for (lhe prizeI
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IAPRIAN.ANN .'AFIJI(WR S . 1.:14
Central Time (Skntw Time)
Leav~e Cha.urhor n£ Commnerce
Week bUags sufl53y;
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JAR H. ELLIOTT. Pr:oprietor
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I 1nh.:- witt ehs, has announ('ed is ini-
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7?- vii dnt~o for govern r of New York
l.:.t I-Te- served a.,>iameml: er of Cbhe
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MUSIC AND . T
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l.'aying before a scattered but ap-
preciative a.udlience, Palmer Christia'n,"
University organist, was heard in the
14th recital of the Twilight organ ser-
ies yesterda1y afternoon, in -M1llaudi-
toriuml.-
The program contained n~ovrhsof i
extraordiniary note, the chorale-pre-
lude, "Oh' S~acre'd Head Once -Wound-
ed." by Each, being perhaps the out-
standing nuniber< of' the afternoon. f
This composition which is full of re-I -
ligious fervior and mysticism lendin~g I
it a distinctive type of dignity, was
played with fine technical fluency, and
interpretative 'originality.
The Good Friday music from "Par-
sifal" was the Wagnerian composi-
tion on this week's program. The
ever-changing harmonies and drawn-'
mu iotives of the Ring opera music,
require all the technical skill and,;
all the i magi nation and Ingenuity of'
the player's orchestrative powers to
render them effective as compositions
for the organ. Ums. Christian's treat-
mnent of this piece exhibited charm,
I 'llhtful'r~gistrfiton and discrim-
ivating taste.
Hans H bor' ' "Fantasie" on Words
f-o£ on~he ~ Ioty Scrpt'was a ponderous
cr'mpo. ;iiion which brougbt out the
,. li a pason stops of -the instrument in
's al of their glory. The rendition was
powerfuil in accordance with the com-
position's dimensions. It .left noth-
iing to be desired.
Y- K. S.
TOCOUNGIL APPOINTED
TO CCOMMITTEE!
prof. William I-. Hobbs of the geo-
Slogy department, Prof. Herbert Sadler
(c t' e engijneering college' and Prof.
P-rand Bl.nshard of the philosophy
dep~ unnthave been appointed by
Pi-es;ident Marion. L. Burton to have
c-harge of arrangementsi for the next
n;<oeting of the University Senate corn- I
At this p-eetng a discussion of the
rjean of. looking after the interests
1f c .c(-_tionally grifted students will
b h~a 111,with cespecial Pefereuce to) the
Sproposed "honor courses.",
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