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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1926
ARRANGEMENTS READY
FOR HEALTH MEETING
Record Number Of 2,000I fealt i Offic-
ers And Nurses Convene At
Lansing Today
DR. BAKERWILL SPEAK
Arrangements have been completed
for the reception of Michigan's 2,000
health officers and public health nurs-
es who will assemble at Lansing to-
day, tomorrow, and Friday for thej
1*xth annual public health conference
to be held under the direction of thel
Michigan Department of Health and
the Michigan Public Health associa-
tion. Preliminary feservations for the
opening dinner in honor of Surgeon
General Cumming of the United States!
Public Health Service indicate the
largest attendance yet recorded, with
representatives from every section of!
the state.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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New Chief IA THEISM IN UNDERGRADUATES IS AT THE DETROIT THEATRES1
NOT ON INCREASE, SURVEY SHOWS HUBERT LAFAYETTE
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ITat the undergraduate, far from chapelLfyteaShbytrt
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j being more atheistic or insensible to! "The investigation on the subject of CASTLES
religion today than he was 25 years compulsory chapel carried on by the
ago, has now a clearer perception of National Student Federation of Amer- IN THE AIR
the relation of religion to life and ica, has been conducted throughout in with Donald Brian, Roy Cropper,
social service, is the most striking an entirely impartial spirit, which has-1 virginiaOren
conclusion to be drawn from the na- aimed rather to discover the facts of
tionwide survey of compulsory chapel~, the situation than to foster a revolt THEATER
recently conducted by the National of youth or to assume an ultra-con- ICArSoIpT
Student Federation of America, which servative stand. With this end in Lafayette at Wayne cad. inoo
will hold its annual congress in Ann view, questionnaires were distributed "The Vagabond King "
Arbor beginning tomorrow. i to the number of 600 each to the col- Based on
The investigation, the result of lege presidents and to'the undergrad- I "IF I WERE KING"
which embraced every state but two uate editors of the country, in addi- Nights, $1 to $3; Sat. Mat,, 75c to $2.50.
in the country, included the sending tion to 25, which were sent to repre-
of questionnaires to the college pres- sentative college preachers. The rela-
idents, and the undergraduate news- tively large respopse received from
paper editors of the nation, as well as the college presidents seems to indi-
to a representative group of ministers cate, when compared to the scattering LA
who appear frequently before college student, replies, that the agitation I
assebblies of various types. Follow- among undergraduates on the subject *
ing is the report issued by H. C. of compulsory chapel is not so wide- his IS t
Rose, Princeton, '28, chairman of the spread as one might have been led to Ieek-And
Federation committee on compulsory believe." 1

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Prominent among the speakers, is
Dr. S. Josephine Baker, specialist in
child hygiene from the Children's bur-
eau at*Washington, and author of num-
erous books and magazine articles on
child care. Dr. Baker was formerly
director of the - Bureau of Child Hy-
giene of the New York City department
of health, and served as member from
the United States on the health'com-
mittee of the League of Nations. Her
topic will be "Saving Our Mothers and
Babies."
Rural and city health problems will
occupy equal space on the program,
with specialists leading the discus-
sions.Sewage disposal, the protection
of milk supplies, goiter, mouth hy-
giene, prenatal care, and the preven-
t4on of scarlet fever, smallpox and
diphtheria, are some of the topics list-!
ed.
All of the 15 Michigan cities havingj
full-time health officers will be repre-
sented as well as many of the villages
and townships with only part-time
health officials.
FISHER FO TALK
TO REALTY MEN
Professor Of Business Administration
School Will Be Honor Guest

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Charles P. Summerahl
Major general of the United States
army who has assumed his new post
as chief of staff. He has been in
charge of the Second Corps' area with
headquarters at Governor's island, New
York.
PASTORS ADDRESS
CHURCH LUNCHEON
Thanksgiving for religious tolerance
existing in this country at the present
time was the dominating tone of yes-
terday's "non-sectarian" luncheon at
the Chamber of Commerce. The Rev.
Herbert Jump presided and musical
entertainment was presented by Regi-
nald Eastlake.
Addresses were given by pastors
speaking for the various religious
groups in this city. The program in-
cluded the Rev. Kenneth B. Bowen,
and the Rev. R. A. Cromwell, Father
Command, and Rabbi Adolph H. Fink-
lestein.

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Prof. Ernest M. Fisher, of the
School of Business Administration,
will be the principal speaker and
guest of honor at a dinner meeting of
the Plymouth Real Estate board to be
held at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow at the
Masonic temple.
Professor Fisher came to the Uni-
versity this year as associate profes-
sor of realty management, after hav-
ing been instructor at the University1
of Beirut, Syria, and the University of
Wisconsin. He was director of edu-
cation and Research of the National
Association of Real Estate boards
from 1923 until coming to Ann Arbor.
Specializing in real estate and ad-
vertising, Professor Fisher received
his B. A. degree from Coe college in
1914, and his M. A. degree from the
University of Wisconsin in 1922. He
is the author of a number of books
and articles including "What is a
Farm Worth?", "Real Estate Finance,"
and "Educational Course for Real
Estate Dealers," and was editor of the
"Annals of Real Estate Practice" dnr-
ing 1925-26.
PROF. SCHMALZ'
RETAIL CLASS
VISITS DETAROIT,
Visiting the J. L. Hludson compaiy
in Detroit as part of the regular work
of the course in retail store rna::ge-
ment given 1)y Prof. C. N. Sclunals of I
the School of Business Administf atio-i.
the members of the class spent Monday
-afternoon touring the store.
The class was conducted on the tour
by two recent college graduat: s now
in junior executive positions, who gave
much helpful information a bout I hid-
son's methods. The students spent
sometime studying the store's non- sell-
ing activities, and visited a number cf
selling depaitments which were espe-
cially adapted in making clear import-
ant principles, including the receiving
and marketing of merchandise, stock
rooms, delivery, credits, adved ; ising,
display, manufacturing, and stores of
reserved stccl.
TILTON TO SPEAK
ON CORPOR A TONS'
Frederick A. Tilton, a c::nber of th,
firm of liaskins and Sells, will aQ I
dress the students of the Shool of
}Business Administration on the subl
ject "Public Reports of Coporntions'
,at 4:15 o'clock today in Natural Sci-
ence auditorium.
The talk will be in the nature of al
discussion of an artile on the san e
subject' matter by Prof. Willi=-n L).
Ripley which was published in the Sep-
* tember issue of the Atlantic Monthly
under the title "Stop, Look, Listen."
All interested in the subject, are ivit-
ed to attend.
ADELPHI HOLDS DEBATE
After a debate on the subject "Re-
solved: that the Western Conference
should adopt President Little's pro-
ntvscd nlan of hom ~nd~1 al iom foo-

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Sennett Comedy
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