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16, 1923

THE MICHIGAN( DAILY

PAPER TO SERHIAL
"6EVERYDAY BIE'
Topeka State Journal Will Prin
Entire Book in "Continued
Story" Form

"Ar

KANSAN TRANSFORMS WORK
INTO NEWSPAPER ENGLISI

,Topeka, Kan., Nov. 15.-(By A. P.
-A test of more than a year havin
A r'oven' te' pbuliarity of. piblishIn
the New Testament in serial form a
a weekly feature, The Topeka Stat
Journal, among the few if not the firs
newspaper in the Unitd States to at
tempt ,.such an, .innovation, has an
nounced 'Its plan to continue:the ser
is by printing the entire Bile ina
"continued story form.
Sheldon Is Author
The compilation has been prepare
by Dr. Charles M. Sheldon, widel
known Topeka minister and author
.and editor of. the. Christian Herald o
New York. It was on Dr. Sheldon'
k suggestion that the New Testamen
soial was started by The Journal.
The new serial will be known a
"The Everyday Bible." It is a con
densed form, all passages of a contro-
versial nature or such as might be
c considered objectional for public
reading being eliminated. The main
historical data and teachings remain
"This form of the Bible is desgne
for the newspaper reader who has not
the time nor perhaps the inclination
to read theBible in its entirety," said
Arthur J. Carruth, Jr., manager of
The Journal. "It is really a busy
man's Bible, told in interesting story
form.
Many Comments
"The printing of the New Testament
f in serial form has aroused interest all
over the English speaking world. We
have letters from every state in the
Union; from many parts of Canada,
from Australia and from England
Several British newspapers not only
inquired about the success of the un-
dertaking but indicated their intention
;of adopting a like plan. A number of
newspapers in the United States took
up the serial.
"Our publication of the New Testa-
┬░ment will be completed next month.
We have used a 'newspaper English
version and are convinced that our
readers have taken a tremendous in-
terest in the plan."
Boycott On Beer
Fails In Germany
Bochum, Germany, Nov. 15.-(By A.
o P.)-Boycotts on beer to bring down
the pr'ce do not work in Germany be-
cause the public is not sufficiently self-
sacrificing.
Four hundred soloon keepers of
Bochum recently agreed to sell no
beer because the brewers fixed too
high a price. Thirsty cI ,tmer beg-
Sed 'or the liageiat auni price, and
wthin 24 hurs the strike was'ovr
and the Wurtbergei1,11owilg again.
FOME M CHIGAN
s SRGEON StCCU A1BS
aamazoNov 15.Dr La E al-
Kaaaoo o. 1.D.LEGlflup, for four years assistant in the
chair of surgery at Ann Arbor and for
43 years a practicing physician of Mar-
,shall, died yesterday in this city. He
-'succeeded his father as a practitioner
in Marshall and the two of them at-
tended to that city's medical needs for
nearly three quarters of a century.
New York, N. Y., Nov. 15-(By A.P.)
-Lillian Gish is to take the leading
art in the filming of "Jeanne d'Arc"
in Europe soon.
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Loam Needed Toa Save Germany, and not reay chaos by doing sob" He
added that Russia would not be so
badly off this winter, but that Germany
Says Famous Arctic Explorerfaced a famine. In his opinion the
Sconly thing to do to save Germany was
to float in some manner an interna-
tional loan, and to put the currency
on a firm 'basis. He dd not believe
It". that Germany would go soviet if the
S ..3 _worst happened and the country went
to pieces. Imperialism was not dead,
he said, annd if the separatist idea de-
veloped he believed that there would
be more German monarchies than sov-
iet states.
)N.
g ii g S cey
s May Be Organized
A meeting of the organiza;.ion com-
-mttee of the proposed Ann Arbor rid
ing club will be held at 5 o'clock this
afternoon at the Armory.
a At this meeting plans of organiza-
tion, electon of temporary oficers,
and consideration of proposed con-
d tracts for the supply of horses' and
y x ental of barns and a riding field will
be brought up.
f The formafon of winter classes for
s weekly lecture courses on horseman-
ship will also be discussed. Capt. I. C.
Hoin, of the United States cavalry,
who is in charge of the temporary ar-
rangements, urges that all interested.
in horsemanship attend this meeting.
Mcore, Sink Leave
For Mid-West Trip,
t" ": - -mw am Enmsi"
Dr. Frdtjof Naneen, Mrs. NauiPen and ther daughter, photographed since
their arrival in the U. S. Director Earl V. Moore and Sece-
New York, Nov. 15.-That Germany of addresses in the princ'pal cities un-- tary Chaol s A Sin of t Tuesday
faces a real famine this winter and der the auspices of the World Alli- night for a ten day trip through the
can only be saved by an international ance for International Friendship. middle west They are making a sur-
loan, is the opinion of Dr. Fridtjof If Germany goes to pieces there is vey of the music departments of the
Nansen, arctic explorer and winner of no telling what will happen," said Dr. middle west universities. They will
the Nobel Peace prize in 1922, who is Nansen. "You can't take an important visit the universities of Illinois, Wis-
now in this country to deliver a series industrial cog out of ndustrial Europe consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas and
Nebraska.
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Colorful Autos Isayin: as "Beat Wisconsin," "On to There was a profuse tooting of horns
Madison," "Yea, Michigan," and others and shouting of hoarse farewells as
Leave For Game covered the vehicles which varied from one car passed another on Main street;
'Foids of the distinctly open variety !most of the occupants peeped forth
Ann Arbor was the scene of a gay lto large Fmousines. from big overcoats and seemed to be
exodus of cars yesterday afternoon One car which never failed to get a expecting a very wintry trip.
headed for Madison, Wis. Blue and laugh as it toured the town prepara- The first contingent, it is expected,
yellow stripes interlined with such tory to heading west was labelled, will begin to arrive in Madison .some
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