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THIIURSDAY, DEICEMBER E 18, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. PAQI .. THREN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Li, 'JL~*

- Org hilizationi; (t -;b tFirsit
till Pro i'I i
OFFER MONTHLY TALK.
' iATIha Omega Alha, national lion-
crar y medical fraternityv will condlucf
R, a series (,J extra-mural lectures I1(13)e
r iven by members of the Medical
)chool on subjects concerning iiedi-,
' cal history, accordling to all an-
, nouncement made yesterday b y ,l-
Ster M. Simpson, p~resident of tac, so-
y' ciety. The purpose of the course i.
i 10t afford medical students an ofppor-
t unity to learn something about mcedi-
cAl history, and because there is no
g oom in the curriculum for such a
S course, despite of the demand for one(,
dite series of lectures was brought
l about.
il D,]eana Hugh Cabot of the Medical
a~ chool will give the first iectu re oii
li"I li Jtorical Development of Op era-
r. 4ons'*or Stone in the Bliadder" onl
TI rwlry, Jan. 8, at the west ainphi-
w thaT e of the Medical building.
° Prof. A. S. Warthin , P rof, Frederhisk
.: (ciller, P rof. G. Carl 11 uber, and
1 ,rot'. A°lbert Al. Barrett, all otr he
'k d;,.,-.1 school, have also coflseiite(1
1?) speak while rlegotiations are un-

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(icr way to obtain several ethers. It
is planned to have one lecture every
n. ;oh. fPach will take place at thy'
e ph tiii ri ad xvill last a p
: r: i:t ly oniahour.
': dw esetond l ecture course
E 11t. by Alphas Onwga Alpha
I~fe other one consists of
i.; i vfi by distinguishedl out-
0> i(oelors, Dr. 'Georg~e F. Dick I
of 1 e'Coa. '' k Institute for ln-
V~~~~~l a.> . ~i.e,11Chicago, sp)oke
I'a:, Ow, first doctor oni
" ho i'' 1 ic r( to be given.
,.:. ay for c lentU; oft'the inedlical I
.A ': oal LInd.3itrse ae in j

Life Sought
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Religious Census Indicates
Decrease In Church Rolls

Regents Rename
Campus BuildingI

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Results of this year's religious cenl-
sus made by the Student Christian as-.
sociation, announced yesterdlay, shows
that 7,137 students of 8,652 who reg-'
isteredl in September are memblers of
churelhes or have a definite prefer-
e nce. Methodists, Presbyterians, andl
!Congregationalists are the three high-
est in order' out of the 31 denonma-
leins representedI by students on the
campus.
Every church show a slight deC-
crease comparedl with the figures se-
cured in the Student Christian asso-
ciation's church census of ,last year,
with the exception of the Congrega-;.
tionalists, who have a total of 851.
compared with 839 of last year. The
nuimber of students who are mertbers
of churches and those who have mado
preferences is practically the same as
last year.

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Tfhe nine highest denominations in Layren B. Stokesberry, '24, and George
o~ del Zere: Methodist Presbyterian,'I C. Weitzel, '25.
f org ational Episcopal, Roman Coast Artillery-Durfee B. Apted,
ra . liolic, JIewish, BaItist,I Lutheran, '24E, Marvini lM. Burnside, '24, Paul
an.d ('b ristian Science. Students who IS. Calkins, '24E Leon C. Cooper, '24,1
are either ieinbeve or have a prefer- Herbert C. Curl, '24E, Naseeb G. Da-I
c nce fIr 1Iw ' Met odist denomination moose, '24E, Victor Gondos, Jr., '24E,j
number 1,5 17, x;'hue 201. have ton- IRobert A. Granger, '24E, Archibald C.
don :ies towarid the~ last chiurch men-. Gray, '24, Carlton M. Hanford '24,
tioiied above Clifton C. Hill, '24 E.
1 ny reig~ions .Wore common in for- Jacob W Hostrop, '24E, John W..
eignbons sch s Bdhim ad Hn- Hu mphrey, '24E, Paul G. Jacks, '24E,
Harry L. Kaiser, '24, John W. Kellogg,
duisni are repre ,etnted on the campuis. '2,4 Carl J Ketr'4 lrdR
v s iaof ti{csCtdoctrines are in Kese,'24,Afe
mat sesthe ioreign students of the Lewis, '24E, Mathew G. Markle, '24E,
~ ~. Louis A. Nack., '24L, Raymond S. Pow-
'i Is 1j1 iO[S ck1Ss i mae a- ers, '261L, Arnold E. Pratt, '24, Arno 0.
r'I los igio Sud ent uhistiade ans- Rudolph, '24E, Ro*bert XW. Seymour,,
c(h'i (;n, tie (lata hcng comp~iled by aid '24E, Lawrence C. Sheppard, '24E,j
of the registration cards of every st- Ralph K. Super, '25E Arthur R. Trus-
0cu~who egisersin tle fll.Cott '24, George F,. Wlcox, '24E, and
1-lernar{1 Yaviz, '24
Quartermaster C!p-oad D
IIEAD THLE 'dlI('jt(QA Y DAILY Wilson, '24.

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M lichig;anen sia n f;rint='orma I ko-
dak pictures shlowing the n~c-
tivities of women on the anp':
particularly athleti.Thley bouh
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B OOMS CHANGE
PHRIDEMORE SPAEi
i!rt) proavide nmore readling I 4"
i othio, space, several chang-
E cit ~ made in rooms in t~he
library. The room leading
e I rodical room, andl tormer-
ni as thme news papleir room, isI French secret service officials ore
:oz s,'.,-tO( into a medical read-1 trying to discover whether Miss Marie
xAn, and wvill lbe open for use Dickson, Russian writer, was carry-
11110 classes are resumedl 101- ing out part of a well-formed plot to
the ]iolid ays. slay Leonid Krassin, first soviet am-,
.~]vse an ba~iets have al- bassador to France. She was arrest-
)i en moved there from the ed before the Russian embassy in
.vi;ich formnerly served as med- Paris and is said to have admitted
ing roomsz . her intention to shoot the envoy.

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