THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ICT ATTORNEY IS SLAIN IN AMBUSH.
ity Physicians Complete
ysical Examination Of
GES MADE IN STAFF
Starting the present school year'
with several major changes in the
staff and a general alteration in,
program, the University Health
Service yesterday finished its latestI
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 any
previous year of the University.
Due to the confusion caused by
the unusually large number of
transfers demanding examinations,
Dr. Forsythe plans to have all the
transfers for 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 theI
University to organize a health
service at Oregon State College.
With him have gone Dr. Edith Sap-
pington and Erma Plagman, nurse,'
also of the Health Service.
Dr. Reynolds' place is now taken'
by Dr. Fopeano, a former graduate
of the University Medical School.
Dr. Fopeano's official' capacity' will
be Medical Adviser for the class of
MABEL NORMAND WORSE
"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-
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 incomipg
and outgoing messages for the hos-,
pital, is open to the general pub".
lic. Money orders, money trans-
fers, cables, day letters, night let-
ters, telegrams, in fact every type
of telegraphic and cable service is
rendered. The office iW open from
18 a. m. to 7 p. i. on week days and
from 9 a. i. to 5 p. mn. on Sun-
H. C. Baumgardner, Ann Arbor
manager ofther Western Union,
was instrumental in the installa-
tion of the unit.
LONDON, Oct. 3--Ambass
Charles G. Dawes and Mrs. Do
will 'sail for New York on
steamship Ile De France Oct.
was announced today.
Inquire at the Parrot
National Guard troops, ordered to Borger, Texas, by Governor Moody, are shown leaving thespecial
in which they Were rushed 'to the unruly panhandle oil town. Borger's troubles reached aX climax
District Attorney John Holmes was ambushed and slain.
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CHICAGO, Oct.. 3-"Hey;" yelled
Policeman Michael Cassidy as Jos-
eph Karsello emerged from' the
Armour packing 'plant with the tip
of a long and sinuous tail peeping
from under his bulging top coat.
Cassidy gave chase.
Karseilo tripped over his caudal
.appendage and fell. Around his
middle the policeman discovered a
Wreath of link sausages, one end
of which had become disengaged.
"Judge, I was hungry. That is
why I took 'them," explained Kar-
"Thirty days," replied Judge Im-
menhausen. He 'refrained from
telling the prisoner that the diet
,at the city jail is-sausage.
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LOS ANGELES,- Oct. 3- Mabel
Normand has reached a critical
stage ,in a fight against tuberculo-
sis, her physician, Dr. Francis M.
Pottenger, announced today. Miss
Normand is confined in a sanitor-
ium at Monrovia, Calif.
now a "A" TWO gosh
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