DNPSDAY, APRIL 1, 1931
THE MICHIGAN DATT.Y WEDNESDAY. APRIL P
AL pKER WA TERLOO'
What's Going on
THE VALUE OF PERIODIC Political Reformer Indicts New
EYork Mayor, Tammany at
Dr. Margaret seii. .
~ Dr.Margaet ~Socialist Meeting.
It still seems to be possible 1hat
there are many university students
who do not appreciate the import- NEW YORK, Mar. 31.--(IP)-May-
ance of the fact that they are en- or James J. Walker is given 100 days
titled to a yearly complete medical to enjoy in office by John Haynes.
examination on their health serv- IHolmes.
ice fees. "Then he will have come to his L
In this article I am thinking es- Waterloo and will have started on "Ec
pecially of the senior who is about his exile," said Mr. Holmes at an r o,
to go out into his life's work where overflow mass meeting at Carnegie bu
a great part of his progress, success Hall last night.I
and satisfaction are dependent up- The mayor is due from California o'c
on his nervous stability and his Saturday.
One has only to review data from . The metig was called by the au
the files of great insurance com- cRifrs commit Ghc as
panies to recognize the importance . es of
of careful periodic medical exami- lin D. Roosevelt against Mayor Mu
nations. With a system by which alker. Speakers were Mr. Holmes,
Ivery policy holder is examined chairman of the city affairs com- -
regularly and given clear advice in mittee; Norman Thomas, Socialist
regard to matters of iealth, these leader; Heywood Broun, columnist;
companies have been able to earn Dr. Sidney E. Goistein, associate
millions of dollars by increasing Irabbi of the Free Synagogue, and .
longevity and decreasing -the sick- Paul Blanshard, executive director
ness rate. When it comes to a mat- of the city affairs committee. t
ter of financial gain there is rela-y More than 3,000 persons cheered}
tively little that has to be left to indictments of Tammany.
- theory or imagination. Here the ----- - -- ---
evidence is convincing.
A medical examination given at
the health service is designed to
teach the student what an ideal
examination is -to set a standard
for the future. 5 % D
It takes time and costs the uni-
versity money to undertake this re-
sponsibility. The complete exami-
nation which includes only blood
and urine tests alone is expensiveOnte
and when special examinations'
such as eye, ear, nose, throat, teeth,
x-ray, etc., are indicated, the ex-
pense will reach anywhere from
two to twenty dollars here. In pri- J2
vate practice or in any organized
f clinic for the same class of patient,
_ I the fee would range from twenty
_ to over one hundred dollars.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-
Final overwhelming approval in the
state senate has been given to an Gt
anti-smoking bill for schools, which
especially affects the university.
.. i .r 4a.S
Majestic-Genevieve Tobin and
nrad Nagel in "Free Love."
Michigan-Constance Bennett in
he Easiest Way" with Robert
ntgomery, Adolphe Menjou, Ani-
Page, and Marjorie Rambeau.
Wuerth-Gary Cooper and Lily
mita in "Fighting Caravans."
Lecture-Abraham Herman on
douard Estaunie"; 4:15 o'clock,
o m 103, Romance Languages
Recital-Kate Keith Field; 4:15
lock, Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
Organ Recital-4:15 o'clock, Hill
Recital-Students of the School
Music, 7:45 o'clock, School of
ANN ARBOR CURB
Will Open Saturday
AR i4 h
Police Arrest Negro;
Sentenced to 30 Days"
Police yesterday arrested Frank
Burfitt, a vagrant Negro who gave
no home address, after complaints
had been turned in at police head-
quarters regarding theft of money
from milk bottles. Burfitt was ar-
raigned before Justice Jay H. Payne,
who sentenced him to 30 days in
Unable to Give Bond,
Detroit Driver Jailed
Arrested Monday on a charge of
reckless driving, Nick Papathera-
poulos, of Detroit, demanded an ex-
amination. Unable to furnish a
bond of $3,000, he was sent to Jail
Yesterday he was named defendant
in a $35,000 damage suit.
FELD FOR COURT
Texan Fined, Sentenced to Jail
for Drunken Driving.
Demanding examination yester-
day, two persons charged with vio-
lai ion of the prohibition laws were
held for court.
Jack Mangan, Dearborn, and Gil-
bort Plooi. of Ypsilanti, demanded
ex-.minations, but were ordered
held in the county jail on default
of $2,00 bond.
Raymond B. Waidner, Ardmore,
Tex., arrested last Saturday on
Washtenaw avenue, was fined $100
and costs and sentenced to 15 days
in jail for driving drunk.
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