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II EALIH SERYICE OPENMARTIAL LAW DECLARED IN UNRULY TEXAS TOWN

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H[ATH ERVCEMART IAL EAW DECLARED IN UNRULYT EX AS T OWN
AFTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY IS SLAIN IN AMBUSH
FOR YEAR OF1SCHOOLf fe

University Hospital
Installs Two-Way

8 a. rn. to 7 p. . on week days and
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. on Sun-
dlays.

Telegraphic Service

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H. C. Baumgardner, Ann Arbor
mfanlager of the Western Union,
was instrumental in the installa-
tion of the unit.

DAWES TO RETURN
H~ Associated Press);.
LONDON, Oct. 3-Ambassador
Charles G. Dawes and Mrs. Dawes
will sail for New York on the
steamship Ile De France Oct. 9 it
was announced today.

University Physicians Complete
Physical Examination Of
Entering Students
CHANGES MADE IN STAFF
Starting the present school year
with several major changes in the
,taff and a general alteration inI
program, the University Health
Service yesterday finished its latest
large work in completing examina-
tion of over 3,400 newly enrolled
students. The number examined,
according to Dr. William Forsythe,
chief resident physician at the
Health Service, exceeds that in anyE
previous year of the University.
Due to the confusion caused by
the unusually large number ofr
transfers demanding examinations.
Dr. Forsythe plans to have all the
transfersyfor 1930 examined as a
single block immediately follow-
ing Freshman Week.
Students will find several chang-
es in staff at the Health Service.
Dr. Clyde Reynolds, long identifiedj
with the department, has left the

"Don't write- telegraph!" has
become a slogan at the University
hospital as well as elsewhere.
A regular two-way Western Un-
' ' ion branch office, completely
equipped with ultra-modern tele-
graphic instruments, has been in-
stalled in the lower lobby of the
hospital and began operation yes-
{ ' terday.;
Simplex machines, which made
their debut in Ann Arbor two years
ago, automatically receive and
transmit the messages.
The newly installed office, be-
sides handling all of the incoming
and outgoing messages for the hos-
.pital, is open to the general pub-
lic. Money orders, money trans-
fers, cables, day letters, night let-
Associated Press Photo ters, telegrams, in fact every type
shown leaving the special of telegraphic and cable service is
troubles reached a climax rendered. The office i-open from

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National Guard troops, ordere
train in which they were rushedt
when District Attorney John Holme
STEALS SAUSAGE,
GETS SAME DIET

d to Borger, Texas, by Governor Moody, are
to the unruly panhandle oil town. Borger's
es was ambushed and slain.

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University to organize a health ( By Assoziated Pre~s]
service at Oregon State College. 1 CHICAGO, Oct. 3-"Hey," yelled
With him have gone Dr. Edith Sap- Policeman Michael Cassidy as Jos-
pington and Erma Plagman, nurse, eph Karseilo emerged from the
also of the Health Service. Armour packing plant with the tip
Dr. Reynoltds' place is now taken of a long and sinuous tail peeping
by Dr. Fopeano, a former graduate from under his bulging top coat.
of the University Medical School. I Cassidy gave chase.
Dr. Fopeano's official capacity will (Krel rpe vrhscua
be Medical Adviser for the class ofapKnarseotrppd vellrohsudahi
<33. =middle the policeman discovered a
MAREL NORMAND WORSE wreath of linkbsausages, one end
_____ilof which had become disengaged.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3- Mabel I "Judge, I was hungry. That is
lormand has reached~ a critical why I took them," explained Kar-
stage in a fightagainst tuberculo- seilo. I
sis, her physician, Dr. Francis M. "Thirty days," replied Judge Im-
Pottenger, announced today. Miss menhausen. He refrained from
Normand is confined in a sanitor- telling the prisoner that the diet
ium at Monrovia, Calif. at the city jail is-sausage.
SALES TRAINING
FOR
LIFE INSURANCE SELLING
A practical course in the fundamentals of Life Insurance Selling will
be open to a limited number of men and women interested in this work.
It will be given without cost or obligation throughout the college year and
will require a total of about three hours per week. The course will be
practical in that it will permit the participants to earn while learning. The
purpose of the course is to provide training for those who want to take
up this work upon graduation. For those who qualify we will have attrac-
rive and remunative openings in June. We are interested in interviewing
only those who will be graduated this year.
Interviews will be given at room 306 Michigan Union Monday Oct.
7 from 3 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p. in.
John E. Crampton, General Agent
The Columbia National Life Insurance Co.
1006 Eaton Tower Detroit, Michigan

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